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Old building of MCC lays abandoned

Mangaluru: A nearly one and a half century old building in Bunder area which once housed the erstwhile Mangaluru Municipality today stands dilapidated and is also facing fears of encroachment. This 152 year old building lies unused ever since the MCC office was shifted to the present building at Lalbagh in 1986. This spacious but dilapidated structure whic is...

Panel to be formed to study feasibility of Spl. Agricultural Zone

Mangaluru : Dakshina Kannada Deputy Commissioner K G Jagadeesha has said that the setting up of a Special Agricultural Zone on the lines of a Special Economic Zone is under consideration. The Deputy Commissioner who was addressing a meeting of farmers held at his office was responding to an appeal by farmer leaders on setting up of a...

Rai- Malli seen together after a long gap

Mangaluru : DK District in-charge Minister Ramanatha Rai and State INTUC President B Rakesh Malli sprang a surpise by rubbing shoulders with each other after a long time at a private function held in the city on July 16, Sunday. The two leaders belonging to the Bunt community had a strained relationship for the past several years...

66,991 HR violation cases in state in past 10 yrs : Meera Saxena

A total of 66,991 complaints of human rights violations have been registered in the state since the formation of the State Human Rights Commission ten years ago, said Commission Chairperson Meera Saxena.

All control rooms must quickly respond to monsoon grievances : Addl DC

The control rooms operating at all taluk offices in Dakshina Kannada should function continuously to assist people in distress in the wake of the heavy downpour the district has been experiencing since the past few days, said Additional DC Kumar.

Toll booth staff face complaints of assault on commuters

Toll gates have been a subject matter of controversies prior to their commencement and even after they commenced operations. Recently, the Sasthan toll gate staff in Udupi district were accused of assaulting a commuter who picked up a quarrel after the gate at the toll gate fell on his car.

A new bridge for Kumaradhara is ready

The Kumaradhara Bridge which links the famous pilgrim place Kukke Sri Subrahmanya shine has been famous in many ways as it gets submerged at least a few times every monsoon whenever Kumaradhara overflows. Every time the bridge submerged people on either sides remained stranded for hours and sometimes for even a day and had to wait for the water to recede. There have been instances of mishaps too.

Mangaluru may soon get 11 bus bays

If everything goes as per plans, Mangaluru city will get full-fledged bus bays at as many as 11 locations. Already survey has been completed at several places including Ballalbagh, PVS, Bunts Hostel, Jyothi, Balmatta, Kankanady, Shivabagh, Nantur, near Canara College etc in this regard.

Kukke Subrahmanya’s Kumaradhara is highly polluted

Kukke Shree Subrahmanya Temple is one of the famous pilgrim shrines considered as the richest temple of the state. Thousands of devotees descend to this place every day to have darshan of Lord Subrahmanya. During the summer vacations the number of devotees visiting this pilgrim shrine increases substantially, in turn also posing cleanliness problems in the town.

Water shortage drama to assist pvt tankers, alleges Muneer Katipalla

DYFI leader Muneer Katipalla has accused the Mangaluru City Corporation of creating unnecessary fears in the minds of Mangalureans about water shortage in the city.