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Crime and Crash
Education & Career
Mangalore: A Passing Glimpse Of Change
Love it or Hate it, but you cannot sideline it. Mangalore is making the Headlines more frequently than ever before. A transformation of a larger mag...
A month on, Mangalore crash families’ battle for justice continues
The failure and escapist policy of the administration and Air India in consoling the 158 families of the victims of India’s worst ever aviation...
Bhopal to BP: A saga of US double standards
After the gruelling, seven-hour long grilling at the hands of US senators, BP chief executive Tony Hayward might have thought for a moment, 'Warr...
Mangalore Air Crash: Reinforcing 9/11 was an inside job?
It was fire all around. The scene of towering flames almost appearing to be kissing the sky unfolded in front of the eyes of the very first people who...
Meet Muhammad Qamar: the talented little 'Haafiz Saab'
Memorising the Qur’an hardly makes news these days, especially with Hifz courses prevailing in almost all Qur’anic schools and major Islamic insti...
Hostel life: A must venture
Hostel is a place totally different from home. If you've never stayed at a hostel before and you're planning to essentially live in hostels for weeks ...
Mangalore gripped by World Cup frenzy
Mangalore, June 10: With the world’s biggest football carnival just hours away, the hardcore fans of the game in Mangalore are racing against time t...
Inappropriate bus ticket bookings: A complicating factor for legal probes
The ATS team, following the arrest of Abdul Samad Siddibappa aka Abdul Samad Bhatkal, had visited his hometown Bhatkal recently to lay their hands on ...
Far away from his home in UP, he makes Paanipuris for Mangaloreans
Life has been defined by many scholars. But life is in living, not in definitions. Struggle is a part of everyone’s life. For some, it may be for a ...
Divided in Life, United by Death
October 4-7, 2006 - Hindu-Muslim Riots: Curfew from dawn to dusk for a week, shoot at sight, tear gas thrown to dismiss the unruly mob and lathi cha...
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