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Modi’s rally brings an immense crowd at Mangaluru

MANGALURU: On April 13, coincidentally falling on the auspicious day of Rama Navami, scores of supporters crossing over a lakh congregated at Nehru Maidan in Mangaluru to witness the current Prime Minister (PM) Narendra Modi’s election rally. Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Dakshina Kannada candidate Nalin Kumar...

Kambala goes Jallikattu way; PETA plans to challenge

Moodbidri: When thousands of people lead by 200 buffalo owners chanting ‘’Kambala Ulisi’’ (Save Kambala) gathered in Moodbidri’s Kadalakere Nisargadhama grounds two weeks ago protesting the ban on Kambala, the State Government of Karnataka knew it had to act soon. After two weeks of discussions,...

Students, Activists protest Kambala ban in Mangaluru

Coastal Karnataka’s growing demand for a legislation supporting traditional buffalo racing sport of Kambala intensified into a mass protest here on Friday.  The rally, which saw the participation of thousands, mainly college students, started as part of a human chain from Hampankatta Circle in Mangaluru...