Mangaluru, Mar 21: Tourism Minister C P Yogeeshwara was urged by the stakeholders in the tourism sector in the region to create a tourist-friendly atmosphere in the coastal district of Dakshina Kannada and promote tourism-related activities.
Mangaluru, Mar 20: The Karnataka Tourism Department is working on building aerodromes and heliports to promote seaplane services and heli tourism in the State, Tourism Department Secretary Pankaj Kumar Pandey said.
Mangaluru, Mar 20: Dr A K Kasim, an NRI general physician and social worker, passed away at his residence in Saudi Arabia’s holy city of Makkah following a heart attack in the wee hours of Friday, March 19. He was 51.
Mangaluru, Mar 19: Dr D N Chandrashekar has set a universal record in Three Minute Challenging Thrikonasan yoga event conducted by the Varshini Yoga and Cultural Sports Trust at Shivamogga on March 7. He is a yoga instructor based in Mangaluru with 20 years of experience in the yoga field. He takes yoga classes in Mangaluru as well as other parts of Karnataka in 30 institutions. He has won State
Udupi, Mar 18: In a moving incident, Hindus and Muslims got together to arrange a decent funeral for an elderly Hindu woman, whose body was lying abandoned for five days at the mortuary of the District Hospital at In Udupi’s Ajjarakad where she died after one-and-a-half months of treatment.
Kasargod, Mar 17: A man and his two children were found dead at Chervathur in Kasaragod district today.
Mangaluru, Mar 16: Dakshina Kannada District Deputy Commissioner Dr K V Rajendra has said that RT-PCR negative reports of not older than 72 hours are mandatory for everyone entering the district from Kerala.
Udupi, Mar 16: People in Udupi have been warned by the district administration of criminal cases apart from penalty in case of violation of covid-19 restrictions, especially not wearing masks in public places.
Bengaluru, Mar 15: Expressing concern over the possibilities of second wave covid-19 in Karnataka, experts from the technical committee on Monday recommended the state government to keep Covid Care Centres (CCCs) on standby and hold talks with private medical establishments for providing free treatment to patients as it was followed previously.
Udupi, Mar 15: A member of Hindu Jagarana Vedike is undergoing treatment at a hospital after being assaulted by a group of activists belonging to Bajrang Dal in Karkala taluk of Udupi district.