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MAHE gets strict on animal cruelty

MANIPAL: In a bid to prevent animal cruelty in its campus, Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE) released a circular dated December 17, 2018, informing its students and staff to refrain from any acts of cruelty against animals including stray dogs. According to Section 11 (1)...

A World without Waste: AIESEC Celebrates World Cleanup Day

MANIPAL: World Cleanup Day, organised by AIESEC met with a strength of more than 450 volunteers on September 15 to promote the motto ‘a world without waste' across Manipal, Udupi and Malpe. Started in 2008 in Estonia, World Cleanup Day began with a humble organisation...

Free WiFi at Malpe Beach

Malpe: Keeping in focus the development of tourism and enhancement, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd.(BSNL) started the facility of free WiFi in Malpe Beach on 15 January. The WiFi service is scheduled to run for one hour per day per number with speeds expected to be up to 4...

New wave of tourism

Malpe: The Shaka Surf Club showcased a surfing demo here at Malpe Beach on Sunday evening to promote tourism in a sustainable manner by joining hands with the Association of Coastal Tourism (ACT) on the occasion of World Tourism Day. Surfers took to the sea...

Karnataka Congress holds second padayatra in the state

Malpe: The members of the Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee concluded the second phase of the Padayathra (Walkathon), from Ullall to Malpe on February 1. This walkathon is the second ‘theme-based’ rally conducted by the KPCC in Karnataka. The first rally; a 140km march from Hospet to...

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