Mangaluru: Nearly eight months after all the educational institutions halted their operations owing to the COVID-19 lockdown in the country, various degree colleges in Dakshina Kannada resumed offline classes in the campuses. The move to resume colleges comes on the back of guidelines issued by the state government that allowed degree colleges to resume offline classes from November 17.

Several colleges in Mangaluru including Government First Grade College in Car Street, resumed offline classes amidst arrangements of SOPs issued by the government.

Only the students with COVID-19 negative report are allowed to take the offline classes. The students are also required to present consent letter from their parents to attend classes.

Sanitization, wearing of mask and social distancing, one student on one desk are among the many SOPs issued by the government.

Let the Truth be known. If you read VB and like VB, please be a VB Supporter and Help us deliver the Truth to one and all.



Hyderabad: All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen President and MP Asaduddin Owaisi on Monday reacted to Karnataka Minister and BJP leader Eshwarappa’s statement wherein he noted that his party will give tickets to anyone but Muslims.

Taking to his Twitter account Owaisi noted that although it was disgusting and shameful for the BJP Minister to give such a statement, adding that it was not surprising.

He further added that Hindutva only believes only one community has the right to political power and all others are subservient.

Owaisi also said this ideology cannot co-exist with our Constitution.

“Disgusting & shameful, but not surprising. Hindutva believes that only 1 community has the right to political power & all others are subservient. This ideology cannot co-exist with our Constitution, which talks about liberty, fraternity, equality & justice” he wrote in the tweet.