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  • Change in attitude needed to manage waste, says Udupi DC

    Manipal: Deputy Commissioner of Udupi, Priyanka Mary Francis stressed on the need for a change in attitude towards waste management at the grass-roots level while addressing the gathering at the three-day Indo-US workshop and training course on Principles, Practice and Regulations of Hazardous ...

  • MIT students win innovation trophy, study trip to New Zealand

    Manipal: Manipal Institute of Technology's Team VaxiBead comprising Dhruv Suri and Saisri Akondi and Nicholas Steyn from University of Canterbury won the 'New Zealand-India Sustainability Challenge 2017' trophy for their invention -- A mobile healthcare programme to ensure complete vaccination for ...

  • Time India promotes its technologies abroad: Jaishankar

    Bengaluru: Referring to key initiatives like Digital India, Skill India and Start-up India, Foreign S.Jaishankar on Thursday called for promoting indigenous technologies abroad. "Technology challenge has shifted from access now to absorption, generation and deployment," he said in his address ...

  • Ochki-driven rains lash Mumbai, coastal Maharashtra

    Mumbai: Rains driven by Cyclone Ochki lashed most parts of coastal Konkan in Maharashtra, including Mumbai, as the state remained wary of a potential fallout of the stormy weather here on Tuesday. The state government, as a precautionary measure, has declared a holiday for all schools here on ...

  • RSS chief raises temple pitch ahead of Gujarat polls

    Udupi: Ahead of Gujarat elections, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat on Friday raised the pitch for a grand Ram temple in Ayodhya, saying it will be constructed only at the disputed site and "nothing else" will be built there. "The Ram temple will be constructed at the site of Ramjanmabhoomi and nothing ...

  • Christmas cake fruit mixing ceremony in Manipal

    Manipal: The traditional dry fruit mixing ceremony for the Christmas cake was held at the new WACA building here on Thursday. Jointly done by Welcomgroup Graduate School of Hotel Administration and Fortune Inn Valley View, the fruits were mixed with liquor to be put away four a couple of weeks to ...

  • Tirthak Saha, ICAS alumnus figures in Energy category list of Forbes

    Manipal: Tirthak Saha, an alumnus of International Center For Applied Sciences (ICAS), Manipal Academy of Higher Education of the 2011-13 batch of B.S. in Electrical and Electronics Engineering has brought laurels to his alma mater by figuring in the prestigious 2018 Forbes 30 Under 30 global list ...

  • Pneumonia bigger killer than many infectious diseases

    Manipal: "Pneumonia, an infection of the lungs that can cause mild to severe illness in people of all ages can be prevented with vaccines," said Dr Kavitha Saravu, Joint Coordinator of Manipal McGill Center for Infectious Diseases at the CME held on the occasion of World Pneumonia Day on Wednesday. ...

  • New PETA investigation of Kambala shows cruelty to buffalo bulls

    Mangaluru: Armed with brand-new video and photographic evidence revealing rampant cruelty to buffalo bulls recorded by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) India during a kambala (buffalo race) event on 11 November in Moodabidri, Dakshina Kannada, PETA is ready for the Supreme Court ...

  • Colonial rule did not impact Indian languages, says Devy

    Manipal: The Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) Resource and Training Centre of CLIL@India Project, led by Manipal University, was inaugurated here at the Edu Building here on Monday. The initiative, aimed at developing an alternate bilingual model for primary and secondary ...

  • Sahitya Akademi to hold lit-fest, book exhibition in Mangaluru

    Mangaluru: Sahitya Akademi in association with St Aloysious College, Mangaluru, will be holding a lit fest along with a book exhibition from Nov 14-20 as part of National Book Week. The festival and exhibition will be held at St Aloysius College premises, Kodialbail, Mangaluru. The event will ...

  • Five teens drown in Phalguni river in Bantwal

    Bengaluru: In a tragic incident, five teenagers drowned in the Phalguni river in Mularapatna, Bantwal taluk, on Monday evening. The deceased have been identified as Aslam 17, Ramiz, 17, Azmat, 18, Mubasheer, 17, and Samad, 17. According to reports, the five lied to their parents that they were ...