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  • Rain creats havoc in part of the UAE

    UAE : Heavy rains and strong winds lashed the country on Saturday. Four people died in freak accidents during Saturday night's deluge as traffic came to a standstill on arterial roads, police said. The weather bureau warned of heavy rain and st...
  • Lethal drug killed Hamas commander: Police

    According to Dubai Police, the operatives involved in the murder of killing of Hamas commander Mabhouh used Succinylcholine to first paralyse and then kill him eventually.   Speaking to Khaleej Times, Major General Khamis Mattar Al Mazeina, D...
  • Saudi Arabia lauds contributions of Indian expats

    Riyadh, Feb 28 (IANS) The Saudi Arabian leadership Sunday lauded the contributions of 1.8-million strong expatriate Indian population to the development of their nation during the course of their engagements with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh here. ...
  • Fighting the Khan-terror link - for real

    New Delhi, Feb 28 (IANS) His name is Khan. And he, like the protagonist of a recent blockbuster, is also fighting the system to establish his innocence after he was dismissed from the Indian Army, which alleged that his late father had links with Osa...
  • Belthangady: Yediyurappa distributes cheques to Endosulfan victims

    Belthangady, February 28: It was a rare event in Kokkada, an isolated and neglected village of Belthangady Taluk. Dozens of social activists and political leaders including B.S. Yeddyurappa, the Chief Minister of Karnataka came together to console the vic...
  • Mangalore: Government ITI commemorates Golden Jubilee Celebrations

    Mangalore, February 28: The Government Industrial Training Institute, Kadri Hills, had a reason to rejoice as the institution commemorated its Golden Jubilee on attaining 50 glorious years of educating thousands in Industrial Training, on Sunday, February...
  • Mangalore runs ‘Mini Marathon’ on a Sunday morning

    Mangalore, February 28: Mangalore saw another Marathon, gaining impressive impulsion from the earlier marathon that drew crowds and athletes of all ages on Sunday, February 28. The early morning chill did not deter participants from taking part in the 'M...
  • Kannada Actor B K Shankar passes away

    Bangalore, February 28: Kannada comedian B.K. Shankar died after a brief illness on Saturday, February 27, but sadly hardly any from the state's film industry paid their last respects to the actor who has worked in over 200 movies, industry sources said o...
  • Mangalore: 'Nurturing Life' Art Exhibition inaugurated

    Mangalore, February 27: ‘Nurturing Life’, a solo art exhibition by Vasanth Rao , Udupi, was inaugurated at the Orchid Art Gallery in Balmatta, Mangalore, on Saturday, February 27. Loretta Rebello, President, Ladies Club, Mangalore inaugurated the ...
  • Indian PM gets an unprecedented welcome in Riyadh

    RIYADH - Indian Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh was given an unprecedented reception in Riyadh, as he kick started his three-day state visit to Saudi Arabia on Saturday. Dr. Singh was personally received by Crown Prince Sultan Abdul Aziz, who is the...
  • Went to Kabul to earn for daughter's marriage, his body arrived instead

    New Delhi, February, 27 : He went to Kabul to perform and earn some good money for his eldest daughter's marriage, but little did Delhi-based tabla player Nawab Khan know that it would be his last journey. Khan is one of the Indians who died in the K...
  • Mangalore to get a swimming pool of international standard

    Mangalore, February 27: State Sports Minister Goulli Hatti speaking to media persons, after inspecting the Mangala Stadium here on Saturday, February 27, said that he has directed the authorities concerned to identify a suitable site to build a swimming ...
  • Mangalore: Public Consultation on CRZ held

    Mangalore, February 27: Many speakers especially fishermen representatives, at the public meeting called to discuss the Coastal Regulatory Zone held at Fisheries College at Yekkur, Mangalore, on Saturday, February 27, were of the opinion that Industries ...
  • Mangalore: Yenepoya Varsity hosts international meet on Genetics

    Mangalore, February 27: The Bhabha Atomic Research Centre has developed Tele ECG wherein data transfer and monitoring can be done through cell phones, disclosed Dr. J.V. Yakhmi, Associate Director, Physics Group, BARC, and Adviser to Chairman, Atomic Ene...
  • Massive 8.8-magnitude earthquake strikes Chile

    Santiago,February, 27 : President elect declares "state of catastrophe". Death toll at 122 and rising, tsunami set off by quake threatens nations around Pacific Ocean. Chilean authorities reported that at least 122 pe...
  • Billawas Dubai & N.E. concluded a grand Annual Sports Meet 2010

    Dubai, Feb 26: Billawas Dubai & Northern Emirates a registered active organization for Billawas in UAE concluded their Annual Sports Meet 2010 held at Sharjah Wanderers Sports Club, Sharjah on Friday the 26th February, 2010. There were more than 450 acti...
  • ‘Love Jihad’ is Fake, claims Police Department

    Mangalore 27, Feb: The police department in their final report has claimed that ‘Love Jihad’ that caused turmoil all over the state is baseless and none of the eloping pairs resorted to ‘Love Jihad’. The High Court had earlier directed...
  • Mangalore: Dalita Samithi stages Dharna

    Mangalore, February 26: Karnataka Dalita Sangharsha Samithi staged a Dharna in front of the District Commissioner’s office in Mangalore on Friday, February 26. Rohitaksha K, State Convener, S P Anand, District Convener and Chandu L, Vice District C...
  • Mangalore: Shreshta '10 Management Fest concludes

    Mangalore, February 26: ‘Shreshta – 2010’, a National level management festival conducted by the SDM College of Business Management concluded on Friday, February 26. Shreshta – 2010 was organised to provide students with a launch pad to portr...
  • America’s suicide bomber not termed "Terrorist"

    Joseph Stack, frustrated American, flew his airplane into an Austin, Texas, office building. He was one of the 79 percent of Americans who have given up on “their” government. The government and its propaganda ministry do not want to call Sta...
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