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Police stage road march in city following High Court verdict on Hijab Row

Police stage road march in city following High Court verdict on Hijab Row Mangaluru: Mangaluru City Police held a march on Tuesday, March 15, 2022 following the Karnataka High Court verdict on HIJAB ROW. With Route March crossing a bunch of major city roads, there was chaos due to traffic …

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row hijab | Government First Grade College at Car Street in Mangaluru declares vacation

As a result, the college postponed its ongoing internal reviews that had started on March 3. As a result, the college postponed its ongoing internal reviews that had started on March 3. The dispute over allowing the hijab in the classroom has impacted another college in the coastal belt, with …

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Mangalore University: Mu’s Visiting Faculty Will Receive Salary of ₹40,000 | Mangaluru News

Mangaluru: Mangalore University has increased the remuneration of its visiting professors. In accordance with the revised salary scale applicable from February, Visiting Professors who have completed NET/PhD or KSET will be paid around Rs 40,000 and the rest Rs 35,000. This is the second highest remuneration paid by a state …

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Police closely monitor community-sensitive social media content

A technically strong six-member police team monitors the social media monitoring cell A technically strong six-member police team monitors the social media monitoring cell A day after the murder of activist Bajrang Dal Harsha in Shivamogga on Sunday evening, the police social media monitoring cell here noticed social media posts …

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Police are holding a road march in the city as a preventive measure following tensions between Hijab Row

Police are holding a road march in the city as a preventive measure following tensions between Hijab Row Mangaluru: It was not a great start on a busy Monday morning on February 21 with motorists and commuters heading to work, institutions and other commitments, as a slew of the city’s …

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Udupi Government College high school girls take off hijab to go to class (For Mangaluru City Edition)

With restraining orders in place, high schools are reopening without any disruptions in the Twin Districts With restraining orders in place, high schools are reopening without any disruptions in the Twin Districts With restraining orders in place within 200 meters of high schools, classes resumed Monday in Dakshina Kannada and …

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Dakshina Kannada Public School decides not to allow namaz on premises

The School Development and Monitoring Committee (SDMC) of a public upper primary school in Dakshina Kannada district, which met on February 12 to discuss an incident involving some students namaz in a classroom on February 11, decided not to allow such incidents to happen again. The meeting also decided that …

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Launch of the 2022 Police Commissioner’s Cup for Uniformed Forces

Launch of the 2022 Police Commissioner’s Cup for Uniformed Forces Mangaluru: The Police Commissioner Cup – 2022 for Uniformed Forces was launched at the Nehru Maidan here on February 12. Police Commissioner N Shashi Kumar and SBI Deputy Director General Rajesh Gupta launched the Police Commissioner’s Cup – 2022 for …

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Rotary club: A renovated government school in Belthangady Taluk | Mangaluru News

Mangaluru: The former student, a lawyer and members of the Rotary Club have pooled funds to give Dakshina Kannada Zilla Panchayat Muguli Upper Government Primary School, Belthangady taluk a facelift. The 60-year-old school was in a dilapidated state. The school which has 52 children admitted, is located in a remote …

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“Use the right to vote prudently to elect a responsible government”

Election Commission of India has made registration easier by facilitating online registration and correction As the Election Commission celebrates National Voters Day across the country, Deputy Commissioner of Dakshina Kannada KV Rajendra said on Tuesday that voting is a constitutionally guaranteed right of every citizen that should be used with …

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Bangalore: Preventing the Police from Carrying Out Their Duties – FIR v Nalin Overturned

Daijiworld Media Network – Bangalore (SP) Bangalore, January 11: The state high court has issued an order quashing a first information report (FIR) filed against Dakshina Kannada MP and BJP state chairman Nalin Kumar Kateel accusing him of preventing police to discharge his duties. This complaint had been registered by …

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‘All’s well That ends well’! Annual two-day police sports meet ends on a grand note

‘All’s well That ends well’! The two-day annual police sports meet ends on a grand note at the District Armed Reserve Police Ground here on January 7, 2022 Mangaluru: “All’s well That ends well!” – It’s true. Quoting Shakespeare’s words, “But with the word, the weather will bring summer, When …

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Civic group urges police to curb moral policing and self-defense

The Mangalore Civic Group urged police in Dakshina Kannada City and District to take immediate action to reduce the moral police threat in the region, given the growing incidence of attacks on citizens by groups of people. self-defense. A delegation, including Prathapchandra Kedilaya, Suresh Nayak, Bhaskar Kiran and Oswald Pereira, …

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Mangalore University to offer Masters in Kodava language

The University of Mangalore, at its third Academic Council meeting (for the year 2021-2022), approved the masters course in Kodava on Friday. The program and guidelines were also approved by the board. University Vice Chancellor Prof. PS Yadapadithaya, chairing the meeting, said the course would be launched at the Jnana …

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Strict measures against those who attack the police: Araga Jnanendra

Belagavi (Karnataka), December 15 (IANS): Karnataka Interior Minister Araga Jnanendra said on Wednesday that strict action would be taken against those who attacked police personnel in Uppinangady, Dakshina Kannada district. He also told the Assembly that the police would have carte blanche to deal with forces fomenting communal tensions in …

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Arson at Uppinangady police station, nine people injured

Hundreds of PFI activists gathered outside to demand the release of suspects in assault case As many as nine policemen, including Puttur’s Deputy Superintendent of Police, Gana P. Kumar, were injured on December 14 when hundreds of Indian Popular Front (PFI) activists rampaged outside the Uppinangady police station. to demand …

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Mangaluru: SDPI urges police department and district administrator to take Sangh Parivar action following untoward incidents

Photos: Spoorthi Ullal Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (ANK) Mangaluru, December 11: The Indian Social Democratic Party (SDPI) urged the police department and the district administration to take strict action against Sangh Parivar and alleged that he was involved in unfortunate incidents in the district. Speaking to the media here …

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Anwar Manippadi urges Karnataka government to alleviate suffering of Muslim community

Muslim brothers tell him about government abuse, harassment and threats, he says BJP leader and former chairman of the Karnataka State Minorities Commission and Minority Development Corporation, Anwar Manippadi, urged the government to alleviate the suffering of the minority Muslim community in Karnataka, saying it was mistreated. In a letter …

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Leprosy government official arrested – the Hindu

City police on Saturday arrested Dakshina Kannada district leprosy officer Rathnakar on charges of sexually harassing women contract workers in his office. Women’s Police on Friday registered an activist’s complaint against Dr Rathnakar under section 354 of the IPC and questioned him. Police Commissioner N. Shashi Kumar said on Saturday …

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Mangaluru: police return stolen goods worth Rs 2.9 crore to their rightful owners

Photos: Spoorthi Ullal Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (SP) Mangaluru, November 25: The police returned to their true owners valuables worth Rs 2.9 crore which were stolen under the jurisdiction of the city police station and which were found during the investigation. This was done on Thursday, November 25 after …

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Mangaluru: public schools suffer from lack of teachers

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (SP) Mangaluru, November 20: Schools in Dakshina Kannada district are now fully functioning. However, many parents expressed their anger that academic activities are negatively affected due to the shortage of teaching staff in these schools. Schools reopened after a hiatus of about 18 months. The …

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DC allows government buses to run between Mangaluru and Kasargod

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (SP) Mangaluru, November 19: Dakshina Kannada District Deputy Commissioner Dr Rajendra KV has authorized interstate buses to operate between Kerala and Karnataka. By an order, he authorized Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation buses to run from Mangaluru and Puttur depots to destinations in Kerala, duly …

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“The police are the backbone of the district administration”

They have actively participated in the effective implementation of lockdown standards, said Deputy Commissioner Rajendra Welcoming the police’s continued support to the district administration in combating COVID-19 and other essential tasks, Dakshina Kannada Deputy Commissioner KV Rajendra said on Thursday that the district police force was remained the backbone of …

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The “Martyrs’ Day” observed by the Mangaluru police, the sacrifice of officers recalled

Photos: Spoorthi Ullal Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (ANK) Mangaluru, October 21: Mangaluru Town Police Station, Dakshina Kannada District Police and 7th Karnataka State Reserve Police Battalion celebrated “Martyrs Day” here at the Armed Reserve Police premises of the district on Thursday, October 21, to commemorate the sacrifices of the …

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Bengaluru: Bharat bandh September 27 against agricultural laws; buses, hotels will not be affected

Daijiworld Media Network – Bangalore (MS / SP) Bangalore, September 26: Samyukta Kissan Morcha launched a nationwide appeal in Bharat Bandh on Monday September 27 to protest controversial agricultural laws, rising commodity prices and other issues. Karnataka farmers associations and various other organizations expressed their solidarity with the bandh. In …

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Mangalore University plans to establish a Center for Coastal Development Studies

The University of Mangalore plans to establish a center for studies on coastal development, according to PS Yadapadithaya, vice-chancellor of the university. Speaking during the celebration of the 42nd day of the founding of the university on Wednesday, he said the leadership would submit a proposal to the government of …

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Rescued from Afghanistan, the inhabitants of Dakshina Kannada thank the government

Having missed the company of his family members for 11 long years, Desmond D’souza, from Kinnigoli here, takes a break and wants to enjoy this festive season with his family members. Shravan Anchan, from Bejai in the city, is trying to find a job here and keep earning money. Both …

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Kaup: Belapu will have the very first government polytechnic institute approved by AICTE

Daijiworld Media Network – Kaup (SP) Kaup, August 7: Preparations are underway for the very first AICTE-approved Kaup Taluk government polytechnic college to start operating in Devinagar, Belapu village, starting this school year. The college will offer two diploma courses that are new to the district. The higher education department …

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Government releases guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19

Government releases guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19 Bengaluru: The State Government Secretariat issued containment measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in Karnataka on August 6. . Guidelines for surveillance, containment and caution issued by decree even number of July 3, 2021. Order of …

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University of Mangalore to introduce online exams

The Vice Chancellor of the University of Mangalore, P. Subrahmanya Yadapadithaya, said on Wednesday that the university, despite the challenges, is preparing to introduce an online exam system if the COVID-19 situation warrants it. He told the Academic Council at its meeting that the university was forced to postpone its …

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Mangalore University postpones exams and offline classes

Mangalore University postpones exams and offline classes MU had first postponed the exams in March this year due to the KSRTC staff strike DHNS, Mangaluru, 04 August 2021, 00:29 updated: 04 Aug 2021, 03:41 ist Mangalore University (MU) on Tuesday for the second time postponed all exams scheduled from Wednesday. …

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The University of Mangalore will organize the exams according to the schedule

The University of Mangalore will organize the exams according to the schedule DHNS, Mangaluru, 01 August 2021, 22:23 is updated: 02 Aug 2021, 01:25 ist The University of Mangalore will organize the UG exams for the students of the first, third and fifth semesters according to the schedule from August …

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Dakshina Kannada government doctors widely consulted in teleconsultation

While Dakshina Kannada government doctors are among those widely consulted on the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare’s eSanjeevaniOPD app, the number of people in the district taking advantage of the service continues. to be lower than that of neighboring Chikkamagaluru. , Hassan and Udupi Districts. As many as …

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Few takers for temporary doctor positions in government hospitals in Dakshina Kannada – The New Indian Express

Express press service MANGALURU: Even as Dakshina Kannada strives to flatten the curve of Covid-19, the poor response to the campaign to recruit temporary doctors, nurses and Group D staff to work at the hospital in Wenlock district and taluk hospitals add to the authorities’ woes. The Health Department and …

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Mangalore University implements plan for digital assessment of response scripts

Government to come. the approval of the new method among the reasons for abandoning the idea The University of Mangalore, which previously planned to digitally assess nearly 2.50 lakhs of response scripts from its 2019-20 final semester exams, has put the decision on hold. Now he continues the process in …

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University of Mangalore’s decision to stop admission to its First Grade College clashed | Mangaluru News

MANGALURU: The Dakshina Kannada District Unit of the National Students Union of India (NSUI) has urged the University of Mangalore to reconsider its decision to stop admissions to its University First Grade College (FGC). NSUI General Secretary Sawad Sullia said the university’s decision to shut down FGC University, which was …

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Mangaluru: hotels and restaurants suffer from labor shortage

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (SP) Mangaluru, June 8: Hotels and restaurants on the Karnataka coast are preparing to open for guests on Monday, June 8. But medium and large hotels can run into problems if they fail to recruit enough kitchen and cleaning staff at the last minute. A …

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Puttur: the inter collegiate football tournament of the University of Mangalore inaugurated at the SPC

Press release Puttur, September 24: The University of Mangalore Inter-Collegiate Football Tournament ‘B Sadananda & Vamana’ jointly organized by the Department of Physical Education of the University of Mangalore and St Philomena College (SPC) Puttur was inaugurated on the playing fields from St Philomena on Monday September 23. Puttur Constituency …

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Some hotels use plantain leaves for primary food packaging

In response to a call from D. Vedavyasa Kamath, MP for Mangaluru City South, a few hotels and restaurants in the city have now started using plantain leaves for the primary packaging of food delivered for online orders. The MP recently took to social media twice to urge hotels, restaurants, …

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