UTK blames BJP for fall of coalition govt
Mangaluru: "The leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party have succeeded in toppling the coalition government after multiple attempts. However, if they give a stable and pro-people governance, the Congress party is ready to extend its support", said MLA and former minister U T Khader here on Wednesday, July 24.
Mangaluru-Bengaluru rail services to remain closed for 3 days
Mangaluru: The Mysuru division of the South Western Railways in its release, here on Tuesday, July 23, has clarified that owing to the process of clearing huge boulders and rocks on the rail lines between Subramanya-Sakleshpur trains services will not be operated between Hassan and Mangaluru for three days.
Ex-servicemen assn to observe 'Kargil diwas' at Kadri Hills on Jul 26
Mangaluru: The Dakshina Kannada Ex-Servicemen's Association (DKESA), in association with Shastavu Bhootanatheshwara Temple Trust and Lions Clubs International District 317 D, will be organising 'Kargil Diwas' commemoration ceremony by offering candle lights and floral homage to the soldiers who have sacrificed their lives in the true tradition of Indian Armed Forces, at the War Memorial in Kadri Hills on July 26 at around 6.30 PM.
Dr. Krishna Vedula, Executive Director of IUCEE visits SJEC
Mangaluru: Dr. Krishna Vedula, Executive Director of Indo Universal Collaboration for Engineering Education (IUCEE) and Professor & Dean Emeritus at the University of Massachusetts, USA, visited St. Joseph Engineering College (SJEC) for a short visit to interact with the management and faculty of the college July 22. On this occasion, the SJEC management held a press meet in the Board Room of the college which was attended by Dr. Krishna Vedula, Rev. Fr. Wilfred Prakash D’Souza, Director of SJEC, Dr. Rio D’Souza, Principal of SJEC, Rakesh Lobo, HR Manager of SJEC and the heads of all the departments of the college.
Don't wait for others to clean your premises, do it yourself, says physician
Mangaluru: In connection with the increasing number of dengue cases in Dakshina Kannada district, physician Dr. Srinivas Kakkillaya asked people not to expect the officials of either health department or Mangaluru City Corporation (MCC) to take the precautionary measures to prevent dengue, but take initiative to keep their surroundings clean and give maximum priority to cleanliness.