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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September 16,2020

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Bengaluru, Sept 16: Karnataka Home Minister Basavaraj Bommai was tested positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday and was in home isolation.

In a tweet in Kannada, the Minister stated that he is asymptomatic. As per the doctors advise he will be on home isolation. He also asked those who contact him recent times go for test and take precautionary measures.

Animal Husbandry Minister Prabhu Chavan, Labour Minister A Shivaram Hebbar, Rural Development and Panchayat Raj Minister K S Eshwarappa and Women and Child Development Minister Shashikala Jolle had tested positive for COVID-19.

Last month, Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa, Health Minister B Sriramulu, Tourism Minister C T Ravi, Agriculture Minister B C Patil, Forest Minister Anand Singh were among those who had tested positive and have now recovered.

Even the Leader of the Opposition Siddaramiah and KPCC chief D K Shivakumar were also tested positive and recovered completely.

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September 17,2020

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Bengaluru, Sept 16: Deputy Chief Minister of Karnataka CN Ashwatha Narayana on Wednesday announced that India's first-ever COVID Modular ICU Unit will start functioning in the next 10 days at the KC General Hospital at Malleshwaram.

"The new unit comprises of an ICU with 50 beds which have been made using of containers of goods vehicles and ships, and a remote ICU of 50 beds set up in the IPP building located in the hospital premises," Narayana said during his visit to the hospital to inspect the units.

A Bengaluru based company known for developing surgery units and clean rooms has developed this modular ICU.

"This modular ICU unit has been established with the funds generously donated by 11 donors. This set up would help to resolve the shortage of ICU systems of the hospital. Liquid oxygen has been facilitated to all the patients who will be put on ventilators. State of the art monitors will also be installed on each ventilator, now that the government has also given its approval," he added.

Calling it a 'novel' concept, the Deputy chief minister further said that each ICU could be easily carried from one place to another and the maintenance of the unit was easy and adaptable to any sort of climate.

"This has oxygen supply and air condition facilities along with a camera and other features that are essential to enable online treatment. This also includes pure air, sewage, and water facilities. This novel concept of creating an ICU by making use of the containers is in itself a very innovative idea. This ICU module is a testimony to the creativity of our researchers and experts".

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September 20,2020

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Udupi, Sept 20: The State Government has deployed life-saving boats and a Helicopter in the flood-hit Udupi town in the state, for relief and rescue operations, which is experiencing incessant rains in the last two days.

According to official sources, following incessant rains since last 24-hours in the district several low-level areas in the Temple town had been marooned and the district administration had kept SDRF as well as NDRF personnel on alert to meet any emergency situations.

The Chief minister B S Yediyurappa, spoke to the Deputy Commissioner of Udupi district and took stock of the flood situation and directed to take immediate remedial measures and save people.

According to official sources, the Suvarnavathi river was on spate and its water had entered into the Temple town.

Udupi Lok Sabha member Shobha Karandlaje, also spoke to Karnataka Chief Secretary Vijay Bhaskar and appealed to take immediate remedial measures and take relief works.

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