Independence Day Cup football tourney concludes on a high note

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August 15,2014

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Mangalore, Aug 15: The annual Independence Day cup organized by Dakshina Kannada Football Association (DKDFA) came to a close on August 15 on the occasion of Independence Day at District Football Grounds adjacent to Nehru Maidan here.

Delivering the presidential address at the valedictory ceremony Deputy Commissioner A B Ibrahim insisted the administration of Mangalore City Corporation to convert football grounds into full-fledged stadium.

Later, Mr Ibrahim and Sadananda Shetty of Sridevi Group of Colleges distributed prizes to the winners.

Mr Shetty appreciated the efforts of the Association in organizing a mega fest of football.

Association chairman D M Aslam said the tournament provided a platform for many students from various colleges.

Senior Manager of Karnataka Bank Jayaram Hande and Anand of Mangalore Press Club also spoke on the occasion.

Mangalore Mayor Mahabala Marla, Deputy Mayor Kavita, Amaco CEO Muhammad Asif, KCCI President Muhammad Ameen, Corporators Latheef, Mohan Bengre, A K Niyaz and others were present.

There was a huge pool of people who watched all the three final matches in different categories back-to-back. The weather, keeping in tune with the mood of the audience, was bright and sunny, and grew hotter as the matches progressed.

As many as 231 teams from schools and colleges from across Dakshina Kannada, Udupi, Kodagu districts, 2,800 players, matches were conducted under seven categories-higher primary school (boys and girls), high school (boys and girls), P.U.C. boys, college boys, and P.U.C and college girls- were organized  through the 17 days of the competition.

Results:

Primary School boys' section

First: Sri Rama School, Kalladka

Second: Milagres School Mangalore

 

Primary School girls' section

First: Morning Star Bajpe

Second: Sacred Heart School Kulshekhar

 

Highschool boys' section

First: Bharat Highschool Ullal

Second: St. Joseph Bajpe

 

Highschool girls' section

First: St. Joseph Bajpe

Second: Sacred Heart School, Kulshekhar

 

PU Boys' section

First: St. Aloysius Mangalore

Second: Rosario College Mangalore

 

PU Girls' section

First: St. Joseph Bajpe

Second: St. Aloysius Mangalore

College section

First: Meridian College

Second: Rosario College Mangalore

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Yediyurappa directs private hospitals to provide 50% beds for COVID-19 treatment from Sunday

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July 19,2020

Bengaluru, Jul 19: Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa convened a meeting with Private Medical College Hospitals on Saturday to assess COVID-19 management and directed them to provide 50 per cent of the beds, as promised, with effect from Sunday.

The chief minister said that private medical college hospitals need to cooperate as there is a sharp rise in COVID-10 cases in the city. He further said that it has come to the notice of the government that some institutes are denying treatment of COVID-19 as well as non-COVID patients.

The chief minister expressed his concerns over media reports stating several people died as they didn't get timely treatment due to denial from the hospitals. He said that Bengaluru should continue to lead the country as a role model in COVID-19 management.

During previous meetings, private medical colleges had agreed upon providing around 4,500 beds, which would make the total beds available in government and private medical colleges 6,500.

The chief minister expressed dismay over some colleges not providing the number of beds as promised and also about certain lacunae which were noticed by ministers during their visit.
During this emergency situation, we should show humanity. COVID and non-COVID patients shall not be denied treatment and the balance in healthcare system shall be maintained, he advised.

He assured them of all support, including providing doctors and nurses if need be.
The private medical colleges had assured to provide 50 per cent of beds and some colleges offered 80 per cent of the beds for COVID treatment.

Nodal officers have already been appointed to monitor the availability of beds in these medical colleges.

It was decided to issue a notice to Vaidehi Medical College for their absence in the meeting.

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Parents kill 40-day-old girl child by throwing her into well

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August 6,2020

Karwar, Aug 6: In a shocking incident, a 40-day-old girl child was murdered by her own parents in Sirsi town in Karnataka’s Uttara Kannada district.

The accused are Priyanka (21) and her husband Chandrashekhar Bhat (42), residents of Ramanakoppa in Sahasrahalli in Yellapur.

According to police, the couple did not want a girl child and hence threw it into a well. The couple was arrested by the police the very next day.

The incident came to light after the child’s maternal uncle, Abhishek Jagadeesh Singh Choudhari, a resident of Rajeev Nagar in Sirsi, lodge a complaint with Yellapur police station. 

He had claimed that his sister Priyanka’s baby had been kidnapped and subsequently killed. 

Priyanka had claimed that she woke up around 2.30am on August 2 to find that her baby, Tanushri, was not in her cradle. Her husband’s family subsequently started searching for the baby, which they found dead inside a well. 

Choudhari suspected that Tanushri had been kidnapped, and had been killed by her abductors to erase any evidence of their crime.

Uttara Kannada superintendent of police Shivaprakash Devaraju constituted a team to crack the crime, and the cops, who subjected the parents to an interrogation, found that they were the culprits.

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Eminent theatre personality Dr Subhadramma Mansur dies at 81

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July 16,2020

Bengaluru, Jul 16: Eminent theatre personality and renowned vocalist Dr Subhadramma Mansur who had won many awards including the prestigious Karnataka Rajyotsava award died on Wednesday night, according to her family.

She was 81 and is survived by two sons and a daughter.

The family said she developed severe respiratory problems last night following which she was rushed to hospital, but died on the way.

Condoling her death, Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa said Dr Mansur had contributed to the theatre world for five decades. He also recalled her devotion to music as an eminent vocalist.

"I pray for her soul to rest in peace and strength to the family to bear the irreparable loss," the Chief Minister said in his message posted on Twitter.

The veteran theatre personality from Ballari earned recognition for her roles in mythology-based dramas.

Connoisseurs of stage performances recall her memorable portrayal of Draupadi, a character from the Mahabharata.

Her depiction of Hemareddy Mallamma left a deep imprint on the audience.

Many awards were bestowed on her including the Rajyotsava Award, Nataka Akademi and Gubbi Veeranna Award and an honorary doctorate by the Srikrishna Devaraya University

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