Experience divinity at Our Lady of Dolours Church,

The Church, which was built in 1892, is not only a tourist destination but also is a serene prayer centre for those who have faith in god. Devotees and tourists visit the place as the Church has already been in the world tourism map. The pre-British period Church and the Parochial House, which is situated near Seethangoli, has its own glory to tell the visitors.

Karnataka consumers to shell out more for electricity

Electricity charges went up between five and 60 paise a unit in Karnataka from Tuesday with the average hike for Bangalore residents at around 31 paise per unit. This was announced by Karnataka Electricity Regulatory Commission chairman M. R. Sreenivasa Murthy. In villages, the increase is between 10 and 30 paise per unit. The new tariff will come into effect immediately.

Coldest day of the season in Delhi

NEW DELHI: Delhiites pulled out more woollens to fight the sliding mercury which has touched the season’s lowest on Tuesday even as a fog cover shrunk visibility in the morning hours. However as the day progressed, the fog cover lifted and the skies opened up.

Blast at Varanasi’s Dashashwamedh Ghat, 20 injured

NEW DELHI: At least 20 people including four foreigners were injured in a blast at the Dashashwamedh Ghat here during the Ganga arati around 6.30pm on Tuesday. Many others were injured in the ensuing stampede. According to official sources, an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) has been recovered from a dustbin at the Varanasi blast site

Israel upset by Argentina’s recognition of Palestine

Israel expressed disappointment on Tuesday with Argentina’s recognition of a Palestinian state in territories Israel occupied in 1967, saying they undercut American-led efforts to create such a state through negotiations with Israel. Argentina said its move, announced on Monday just days after Brazil took a similar step, reflected the country’s deep frustration with gridlocked peace efforts. But Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesman Yigal Palmor said unilateral recognition was “counterproductive” to peacemaking.

Anti Cow: Government trying to change food habits of people - Manur

Udupi: Dalit thinker Narayan Manur said on Monday that the State Government was trying to change the food habits of people by bringing in the Anti-Cow Slaughter law. Mr. Manur was speaking at the Constitution Protection Day function to mark the 54th death anniversary of the Father of Constitution B.R. Ambedkar, organised by the Karnataka Dalit Sangharsha Samiti (B. Krishnappa) here.

Coming up in Bandra’s Palli Hill: Anil Ambani’s new house

Mukesh Ambani’s Altamount Road residence, Antillia , billed as the world’s most expensive family home, will soon have competition. Its rival, and this should be easy to guess, is being built by his younger brother, Anil. Just a few months back, as Mukesh and Nita Ambani’s Rs 4,500-crore dream home was getting its finishing touches, construction began on Anil and Tina Ambani’s new house at Bandra’s Pali Hill. The work, has since progressed and reached the plinth level.

Facebook offers Rs 38 lakh package for IIT Madras students

Chennai, Dec 5 (PTI) Social networking site Facebook has offered a package of Rs 38 lakh (USD 85,000) for IIT Madras students during the ongoing placement season, a top official of the institute said. Companies selecting prospective candidates from the country’’s premier educational institute IIT Madras began on December 1.

Buses should install GPS by Dec 31: DC

Deputy Commissioner Subodh Yadav has said that all the buses plying in the district should install Global Positioning System (GPS) by December 31. Speaking at a meeting, he said that the installation of GPS would help in checking traffic violations, route diversion and cancellation, overspeed, time management by the buses. Route diversion and cancellation of some buses cause severe inconvenience to the public. He urged RTO and police to convene a meeting of bus owners on the installation of GPS.

Mosque saves over 15,000 gallons of water in a month

Dubai: A huge amount of water has been saved from one Dubai mosque after self-stopping taps were installed in the ablution area. The consumption of water dropped by more than 15,000 gallons of water in one month — an overall saving of 30 per cent. German bathroom fixtures company, Grohe, donated 20 self-closing mixers to the Abu Hamed Al Gazali Mosque in Dubai and recorded instant water savings compared to a similar period the year before.

Qatar would ’welcome’ Israel in 2022

DOHA // Qatar would let Israel take part in a World Cup on their territory despite not recognising the Jewish state, the head of the Gulf nation’s bid to stage the 2022 event said yesterday. Such an invitation would be unprecedented in the Arab world, in which most countries shun Israel. Hassan Abdulla al Thawadi, chief executive of the Qatar 2022 World Cup bid, said the Muslim state would also permit alcohol consumption during the world’s most watched sporting event.

Summit will boost joint action, GCC chief says

Abu Dhabi: The annual Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) summit begins here on Monday amid security concerns over Iran’s nuclear ambitions in the wake of the WikiLeaks revelations. The meeting also follows the Manama Dialogue security conference where Iran was the central theme.

India, France ink framework pact to build two n-power plants

India and France today signed a framework agreement for construction of two 1650 MW nuclear power reactors in Maharashtra and price and technical issues were being negotiated.

Krishna defends denial of VISA to Musharraf

Mandya (Karnataka),Dec 3 (PTI) India today said time was not conducive to grant visa to former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf to visit the country. "Time is not conducive at this point of time to grant visa to the former Pakistan president Pervez Musharraf. The government, after weighing all options and taking into consideration various issues, took a decision to deny the visa", External Affairs Minister S M Krishna told reporters here.

Govt may quash steep airfare hikes

Domestic flights during the forthcoming Christmas- New Year period could surge to a staggering Rs 35,000 one way, airlines have warned. Reacting to a public outcry over a sudden surge in domestic airfares last month, civil aviation minister Praful Patel had ordered domestic airlines to inform aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation ( DGCA) of their proposed price bands. Patel is unlikely to be amused by the result.

Rs 10 gets man stabbed in neck

PANAJI: A 30-year-old man was stabbed in the neck while he was asleep by an acquaintance for non-payment of a debt ofRs10, but survived the attack luckily. Investigations by Bicholim police revealed that Vakil Yadav was stabbed by Bechan Sahani, 32, on Saturday night. Yadav was admitted to Goa Medical College and Hospital in a critical condition and was operated upon on Sunday.

Degree only if autonomous colleges follow rules

MANGALORE: Degree and postgraduate students of autonomous colleges under Mangalore University, who will be completing their courses in 2010-11 and onwards, will get degree certificates as per the regulations and scheme of examinations of the university and not according to those of . colleges.

Yeddyurappa cracks whip on ’moles’

BANGALORE: For Karnataka’s crisis-ridden BJP government, damage control is amounting to information control. It has unleashed a witch-hunt against officials "helping" opposition leaders with vital information. This comes after the government’s attempt to target opposition leaders for their "misdemeanours" during their tenure. The government’s aggression is seen as a fallout of Lokayukta probe into land scams.

Michael Jackson glove brings $330,000 at auction

BEVERLY HILLS: Items from Michael Jackson’s stage wardrobe, including one of the King of Pop’s famous gloves, attracted furious bidding at an auction of celebrity memorabilia in Beverly Hills. Julien’s Auctions says a lone glove worn by Jackson during the "Bad" tour in the late 1980s sold for $330,000 at the "Icons & Idols" auction Saturday night. A jacket signed by Jackson brought in $96,000 and a fedora he wore on stage went for $72,000 at the Julien’s Auctions event.

Iran declares nuclear ’self-sufficiency’ ahead of talks

TEHRAN: Iran said Sunday it has produced a first batch of uranium yellowcake, the raw material for enrichment, insisting the new step "strengthens" its position in upcoming talks with world powers on its controversial nuclear programme. Atomic chief Ali Akbar Salehi said that having previously been obliged to import yellowcake from abroad, Iran was now "self-sufficient" in the entire nuclear fuel cycle.

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