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MIT overcome KMC Mangalore, clinch Inter MAHE Handball

Manipal: Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT) took the field by storm as they defeated Kasturba Medical College (KMC), Mangalore in a score-line that read 9-5 to clinch the men’s handball title in the Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE) inter-collegiate handball tournament held here on...

Kalamanch spreading awareness

Mangalore: SOC students and members of the club Kala Manch  put up a street play on Sunday, April 3 on the Panambur and Tannirbhavi Beach to spread awareness about beach cleanliness. The Street Play was performed for Abharan Jewellers....

Reviewing The3HungryMen

Started after a casual conversation about food, ‘3 Hungry Men’ have caused quite a stir among food critics in India. Filling the vacuum of food reviewers in Mangalore, Colin D’souza and Nikhil Pai have made it their sole mission to review as many restaurants as...

KMC Mangalore sets record for largest heartbeat simulation

Mangalore: On the occasion of World Heart Day on September 28, Kasturba Medical College (KMC) Mangalore entered the Asia Book of Records for attempting the largest heartbeat simulation at the TMA Pai International Convention Centre. ‘When we conducted a mock simulation yesterday, it was well coordinated,...

Behind the bars with Naveen Soorinje

Even in the gloomy bustle of Mangalore jail, Naveen Soorinje transcends a strange sense of confidence and enthusiasm onto you.  Three months in jail fighting high fever and dealing with other problems, his biggest concern still remains his inability to report the six incidents of moral...

St. Aloysius to organise Media Manthan’13

Mangalore: The Department of Mass Communication(MCMS), St. Aloysius College, Mangalore will be organising a two day National  fiesta ,on the theme ‘Celebrating 100 years of Indian Cinema’ on January 21 and 22, 2013 in the college. Various competitions, media workshops and panel discussions, film screening and photography exhibition based on the theme will be held...

Mangalore airport granted international status

Bajpe: The Bajpe Domestic Airport in Mangalore was granted international status on October 4. The status was given to airport by the Union Cabinet headed by finance minister P. Chidambaram. Earlier this month, Union Minister for Power and Corporate Affairs Veerappa Moily had announced the possibility...

BJP responds aggressively to Sonia Gandhi’s remarks

Mangalore: On October 18, a rather aggressive Congress President Sonia Gandhi openly launched frontal attacks on the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) in an address to her party workers in an All India Congress Committee (AICC) meeting in Mangalore. She accused the BJP for several issues...

Sonia Gandhi lashes out at BJP on Mangalore visit

Mangalore: The political scenario heated up in the region when United Progressive Alliance (UPA) Chairperson Sonia Gandhi lashed out at the Karnataka government attacking the Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP).  She was addressing a crowd of 30,000 Congress workers on October 19 at Nehru Grounds in...