The government has an 'integrated approach to energy planning and our energy agenda is all-inclusive', said the prime minister on Tuesday
The total project cost around Rs 3,000 crore and its construction created over 12 lakh man-days of employment, the PMO said in a statement
Manta rays belong to the genus Mobula and have triangular pectoral fins, two horn-shaped fins, forward-facing mouths. The manta rays caught on Wednesday weigh 750 kg and 250 kg each.
Manchi Shrinivas Achar, eminent agriculture journalist and editor of Adike Patrike, passes away at 74 after brief illness
Achar, 74, who died on Saturday at a Mangaluru hospital, is survived by his wife, son and daughter
Mangaluru court convicts serial killer 'Cyanide' Mohan in 20th murder case; quantum of punishment to be announced on 24 June
A local court has convicted serial killer ''Cyanide'' Mohan, holding him guilty in the rape and murder of a young woman from Kasaragod in Kerala in 2009. This is the 20th and last of the murder cases registered against the criminal, who has killed several women using cyanide after befriending and raping them.
Coronavirus crisis spotlights Kasargod's poor health facilities after border battle cuts off patients from Mangaluru hospitals
While the Kerala government is receiving global acclaim for its efforts at fighting the coronavirus and its excellent health facilities, the border blockade imposed by Karnataka has shone a spotlight on the woeful healthcare infrastructure in Kasargod district.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Supreme Court seeks Centre's intervention for settlement of Karnataka-Kerala border battle
Seeking an amicable settlement of the row between Kerala and Karnataka, the Supreme Court on Friday told the Centre to discuss the matter with the states and formulate parameters for passage of patients for urgent medical treatment, according to several media reports.
Kasaragod residents suffer as Karnataka closes access to Mangaluru hospitals; Kerala HC asks who will take responsibility if someone dies
Kerala has accused neighbouring Karnataka to have sealed its borders with Kasaragod town, where a large number of people are under home quarantine amid coronavirus spread.
Thousands join anti-CAA, NRC rally in Karnataka’s Mangaluru; Harsh Mander, ex-IAS officer Kannan Gopinathan address crowd
Thousands of people marched through the streets of Adyar on Wednesday evening to protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act and National Register of Citizens in a rally organised by the Muslim central committees of Dakshina Kannada and Udupi districts. The protest rally was inaugurated by Udupi district Khazi Alhaj Bekala Ibrahim Musliyar.
Security tightened in Mangaluru ahead of anti-CAA protest by Muslim committees of Dakshin Kannada, Udupi districts at Adyar-Kannur
Mangaluru police commissioner PS Harsha requested the public to extend their full co-operation in maintaining peace.
HD Kumaraswamy demands formation of House Committee to probe violence during anti-CAA protest in Mangaluru
Demanding the setting up of a House Committee to probe the Mangaluru violence, former chief minister HD Kumaraswamy on Friday released multiple videos of the clashes that broke out during the anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protest that claimed two lives on 19 December.
Internet shutdowns due to CAA protests cost mobile operators around 24.5 million rupees in revenue every hour
Indian mobile operators are losing around 24.5 million rupees ($350,000) in revenue every hour they are forced to suspend internet services on government orders to control protests against a new citizenship law, a top lobby group said on Friday
'CAA, NRC are not only against Muslims, but whole country': Student leaders lead charge against 'divisive' policy at Mumbai's Azad Maidan
Students, activists, and citizens gathered in south Mumbai's Azad Maidan for another large-scale protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and National Register for Citizens (NRC) on Friday. Named 'Inquilaab Morcha', the gathering was one of the many nationwide protests in resistance to the CAA since the contentious law was passed by Parliament on 11 December.
Citizenship Amendment Act protests Updates: 'Has the Shiv Sena govt lost its head?' says Devendra Fadnavis at pro-CAA rally in Mumbai
Citizenship Amendment Act protests LIVE Updates: Addressing a rally organised by Sanvidan Sanman Manch at the historic August Kranti Maidan in Mumbai in support of the Citizenship Amendment Act 2019, Devendra Fadnavis said the CAA is not a "law", but a process for giving citizenship to those who were displaced from the neighbouring countries.
Who is an Indian citizen? Should all immigrants be naturalised? The problem of citizenship is a knot too hard to untie
In India today, the topic of citizenship has become a hot button issue thanks to the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019, (CAA) and the National Register of Citizens (NRC).
Anti-CAA protests: Activists, lawyers write to Karnataka human rights panel seeking action against Mangaluru Police for two deaths on 19 Dec
A group of activists and lawyers wrote to the Karnataka human rights commission on Thursday, demanding action against Mangaluru City commissioner of police and other officials for police action that led to the deaths of two people during anti-Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) protests in the city on 19 December.
Opposition steps up protests against CAA: DMK leads massive rally in Chennai, Congress holds 'satyagraha' at Rajghat; Uttar Pradesh PFI chief arrested
The opposition on Monday stepped up protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act 2019 with the Congress holding a 'Satyagraha for unity' at Mahatma Gandhi's memorial Rajghat and its ally DMK leading a massive rally in Chennai, while scattered demonstration were held against the contentious law in several states by students and others
CAA protest: Binoy Viswam, five other CPI workers detained for defying curfew in Mangaluru; police bars Siddaramaiah from entering city till Sunday midnight
Mangaluru police commissioner PS Harsha has served notice on Siddaramaiah restraining the latter from entering the city limits till Sunday midnight, police said.
Anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protests: Thousands take to streets across country; clashes reported in UP, Karnataka
Simultaneous protests raged in multiple cities on Thursday with thousands-strong crowds of students, activists and others defying prohibitory orders to voice their dissent against the Citizenship Amendment Act.
Daily Bulletin: Phase 5 of Jharkhand Assembly polls, quantum of punishment against Kuldeep Sengar; day's top stories
Here are today's top stories: Jharkhand Assembly elections: Polling begins for last phase; Karnataka HC to hear PIL challenging Section 144 in Bengaluru today; and more