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Mangalore now getting ‘Corn’ivorous
Corn-roast, which is a very popular seasonal delight in many parts of the world, is attracting people these days in the city of Mangalore. Vendors sel...
Muslim political leadership: An endangered breed in Karnataka
It is a well-known fact that Muslims have never been able to get proportionate representation either in Assembly or in Council in the post-independenc...
Mangalore: A home away from home for a Keralite from Gujarat!
The urban landscape of India is dotted with a wide variety of cities and towns, each of which stand out for some peculiar quality, a flavour, an aura ...
Mangalore’s tryst with media history
How many of us know that July 1 is a very significant day in the history of Mangalore?It is quite likely that apart from a few journalists and a few d...
Hidayah Foundation to organise Coastal Muslims' Educational Conference on Aug 7,8
Hidayah Foundation, a Mangalore based philanthropic organization, which came into existence with the aim of empowering women and development of chi...
Kode riperi: Making hay when the sun’s not shining…
Mangalore June 20: Mangalore has been hit by rains bringing many a person here to ‘adjustment’ mode. The impact is visible with house repairs, pre...
Kalam Chacha remembered his promise that he had made to me…
Can a great personality remember a little promise given to a small child even after 5 years?!! Yes! A great personality has kept his word even after ...
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...
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