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    Kashaya doesn’t cure Nipah: Doctors

    Kashaya doesn’t cure Nipah: Doctors


    Boil six leaves of night-blooming jasmine (parijatha) in 200ml of water and prepare a 100ml kashaya. Add black pepper powder and three drops of lime juice. Consume the mixture thrice or four times a day; consume honey with onion extract regularly. These...

    Boil six leaves of night-blooming jasmine (parijatha) in 200ml of water and prepare a 100ml kashaya. Add black pepper powder and three drops of lime juice. Consume the mixture thrice or four times a day; consume honey with onion extract regularly. These are some of the ‘home remedies’ against the Nipah virus (NiV) doing the rounds on social media.
    Pro-Pak slogans: Police serve notice to four

    Pro-Pak slogans: Police serve notice to four


    The Mangaluru City Police have intensified their investigation into a Facebook live video, purportedly showing a person raising pro-Pakistan slogans during a celebration by Congress supporters in the city. They have served notices to four people in this...

    The Mangaluru City Police have intensified their investigation into a Facebook live video, purportedly showing a person raising pro-Pakistan slogans during a celebration by Congress supporters in the city. They have served notices to four people in this regard. Meanwhile, to verify voices of the people in the live video, the footage has been sent to Truth Labs, an independent forensic science lab.
    Study on new spider genus gets global recognition

    Study on new spider genus gets global recognition


    Three researchers, including one from Dakshina Kannada, have discovered a new spider genus that jumps, raids nests of spiders of its own species and gobbles up their eggs. It was previously spotted in only parts of South and South-East...

    Three researchers, including one from Dakshina Kannada, have discovered a new spider genus that jumps, raids nests of spiders of its own species and gobbles up their eggs. It was previously spotted in only parts of South and South-East Asia.
    6 held in connection with Vittal clashes

    6 held in connection with Vittal clashes


    District police have arrested six people in connection with the clashes that took place in Vittal on Saturday after the resignation of BS Yeddyurappa as the chief...

    District police have arrested six people in connection with the clashes that took place in Vittal on Saturday after the resignation of BS Yeddyurappa as the chief minister.

    Parties back to wooing voters, this time for council elections


    There is no respite for political parties from elections. Even as the dust from the May 12 verdict for the state assembly is yet to settle, parties are girding up their loins for the biennial polls to three teachers' and as many graduates' constituencies...

    There is no respite for political parties from elections. Even as the dust from the May 12 verdict for the state assembly is yet to settle, parties are girding up their loins for the biennial polls to three teachers' and as many graduates' constituencies to the legislative council that will be held on June 8.
    District administration gears up to tackle monsoon adversities

    District administration gears up to tackle monsoon adversities


    With parts of the district started receiving rain, the district administration has directed officials to take necessary measures to deal with the problems arising during...

    With parts of the district started receiving rain, the district administration has directed officials to take necessary measures to deal with the problems arising during monsoon.
    Congress workers shout 'Kumaraswamy ki jai'

    Congress workers shout 'Kumaraswamy ki jai'


    Political developments in Vidhan Soudha on Saturday led to the onset of a new bonhomie in the coastal city with Congress workers shouting the slogan 'Kumaraswamy ki...

    Political developments in Vidhan Soudha on Saturday led to the onset of a new bonhomie in the coastal city with Congress workers shouting the slogan 'Kumaraswamy ki jai'.
    8 displaced Koraga families will get new houses today

    8 displaced Koraga families will get new houses today


    After the election, the Communist Party of India (Marxist) and Karnataka Adivasi Hakkugala Samanvaya Samiti are now busy giving the final touches to the houses being constructed for eight Koraga families who lost their homes when National Highway...

    After the election, the Communist Party of India (Marxist) and Karnataka Adivasi Hakkugala Samanvaya Samiti are now busy giving the final touches to the houses being constructed for eight Koraga families who lost their homes when National Highway Authority of India acquired their land.