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  • List of important documents required to be furnished by families of victims to claim compensation

    Mangalore, May 27: Air India authorities have listed the important documents that need to be furnished by the claimants of the compensation announced by Air India for the victims of the tragic air crash that took place on Saturday, May 22: Proof of R...
  • Girl’s death not due to foam

    Mangalore, May, 27 : The allegation from certain quarters that a 4-year-old victim of Saturday’s air crash died because of the fire fighting foam that had covered her, turns baseless. According to Dr Kadam of A J Hospital, who had declared her ...
  • I don’t know how I got out of the wreck and flames: Sabrina

    Mangalore, May, 26 : Looking back after she managed to get out of the ill-fated Air India Express Flight IX 812, Sabrina Nasrin Haq, 23, now remembers having seen flames at the tail-end of the plane, which crashed on landing at the airport here on May 22....
  • 4-yr-old Viola bids final goodbye to mum, father

    Mangalore, May, 26 : Four-year-old Viola was waiting to shower petals on her parents when they arrived by the Air India flight from Dubai on Saturday. She did that on Monday, but in a heart-rending way, she strewed them at the funeral service of her paren...
  • Mangalore Air Crash : Eyewitnesses went from smiles to tears

    Dubai, May, 23 : "One minute we were happy and the very next minute we were in tears," said an eyewitness who saw the plane burst into flame after it touched down at Mangalore airport. "For a second there was silence at the airport and the next minute...
  • Mangalore: Police Constable arrested

    Mangalore, April 28: A policeman, who was serving as a constable at Mangalore Rural Police station since February 2009, has been arrested by the police of the same station for allegedly involving in a forgery case. The disgraced constable has bee...
  • Mangalore: Patrao family resorts to hunger strike to protest demolition of their dwelling

    Mangalore, April 30: The officials of Karnataka Industrial Area Development Board (KIADB) forcefully evicted a farmer’s family, and took into possession 6.9 acres of land located near Kalavar under Bala Gram Panchayat near Suratkal, by demolishing their...
  • CRPF men held for selling arms to Naxals

    Lucknow, April, 30 : In a shocking development, the Uttar Pradesh Special task Force (STF) on Friday arrested two CRPF jawans and two others on charges of stealing arms and ammunitions from the armoury to allegedly supply them to Naxals. The arrest...
  • Disaster looms as oil slick reaches US coast

    Venice, Louisiana, April 30 : Oil from a giant slick washed ashore in Louisiana Friday, threatening a catastrophe for the US Gulf Coast as the government called a national diasaster and mulled sending in the military. With up to 200,000 gallons o...
  • Mangalore Taluk Sahitya Sammelana kicks off

    Mangalore April 30: Amidst sounds of Kahale and Vaadya, the Mangalore Taluk Sahitya Sammelana kicked off with an attractive procession to begin with from the Deputy Commissioner’s office to Town Hall, on Friday, April 30. The procession also saw Bol...
  • Teaching without research is of no value: Varsity Vice Chancellor

    Mangalore, April 30: Promising the uplifting of quality of education in Mangalore University, Prof. TC Shivashnakar Murthy, new Vice Chancellor of Mangalore University said that teaching and learning should go hand in hand with research. He was delive...
  • Seemant Kumar Singh takes over as Commissioner of Mangalore

    Mangalore, April 30: More than three months after the inception of a new Police Commissionerate in Mangalore, senior IPS officer Seemant Kumar Singh took charge as its first official Commissioner on Friday, April 30. Gopal B Hosur, the Inspector Gener...
  • Kannada film by youngest filmmaker Master Kishan to be screened at Loyola University, Chicago

    Bangalore, April 30 : Youngest filmmaker and Guinness world record holder Master Kishan's directorial debut "Care of Footpath" will be screened at an ongoing symposium at Loyola University, Chicago. The 14-year-old has been invited by India Devel...
  • Buntara Sangha, Kuwait organises 'Bunts Get Together - 2010' in Kuwait

    Kuwait, April, 23 : Buntara Sangha – Kuwait organized Bunts Get-Together 2010 on 23rd April 2010 at Indian Community School, Khaitan. The program started at 03:30 pm with illuminating of traditional lamp by Honorable chief guest Sri. Nagaraj Shetty (cha...
  • Ajmer blast: Closing in on radical Hindu link

    Ajmer, April, 30 : The Rajasthan Anti-Terror Squad (ATS) have picked up one person named Devendra Gupta from Ajmer's Bihariganj area for his alleged involvement in the Ajmer Dargah blast in October 2007. Three people were killed and at least 30 inj...
  • Elephant attacks mahout in Mysore zoo

    Mysore, April 30: A mahout was badly injured when an elephant attacked him in the Mysore zoo here on Thursday, April 30. The incident took place in the evening when the zoo was shutting down and the visitors were on their way out. Ramu, the elephant,...
  • Belgian parliament moves against burqas despite crisis

    Brussels, April, 30 : The lower house of the Belgian parliament approved a draft law Thursday banning the wearing of burqa in public and other types of Islamic veils, the Belga news agency reported. However, the law criminalising Muslim women who...
  • Manmohan Singh, Tendulkar among 10 Indians in "Time 100"

    Washington, April, 30 : Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar and economist Amartya Sen are among nine Indians figuring in Time magazine's annual list of 100 most influential people while Bollywood sensation Aishwarya Rai-Bac...
  • Identity for all: Nilekani project gathers pace

    Mumbai, April, 29 : As the country gears up to build the largest biometric database in the world with the aim of providing most of its 1.2 billion citizens a Unique Identification (UID), perhaps the biggest challenge is smudged fingerprints. The ...
  • Pakistan Taliban chief now believed alive

    Islamabad, April, 29 : Pakistani Taliban chief Hakimullah Mehsud is now believed to have survived a U.S. missile strike earlier this year, but has lost clout within the militant network. The revelation contradicts initial confidence among U.S....
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