The Diamond Factory, the renowned jewellery brand, is delighted to announce the inauguration of its upcoming grand jewellery exhibition at the Ocean Pearl Hotel in Mangalore. The event is scheduled to take place on the 18th and 19th of March, from 11.00 am to 7.30 pm.

The inauguration will be done by the hands of three distinguished guests, The inauguration ceremony will be graced by esteemed guests including Mrs. Maina S Shetty, the wife of Shri A Sadanand Shetty, the chairman of Shree Devi Education Trust Mangalore. Mrs. Myna Shetty has been serving as the secretary of Shree Devi Education Trust Mangalore for the past 18 years. Also gracing us with their presence will be Mrs. Vaishali Suvarna, the managing partner of Hotel Roopa, Mangalore, Mrs. Seema Singhvi, the wife of Mr. Abhay Singhvi, the Managing Director of Mandeep Marbles and NAIYARA SIRAJ , Wife of Mr.Siraj Ahmed - Chairman of Inland Group of Companies leaders in construction, hospitality ,interiors and engineering.

On public demand, TDF has decided to hold the exhibition at the Ocean Pearl Hotel in Mangalore. This season, TDF is excited to offer a never before heard offer of 100% off on Making Charges for Selected Gold and Diamond Jewellery. This limited time offer is a great opportunity for customers to purchase high-quality jewellery at an unbeatable price.

TDF will also be showcasing its latest collections, featuring the season's hottest trends and designs. Customers can expect to see a wide variety of styles, from classic to contemporary, with something for every taste and occasion.

Furthermore, TDF's internal "Brides Pride" team is offering special bridal packages for customers looking for the perfect jewellery for their big day. The team is composed of experienced professionals who can provide personalized recommendations and guidance to help customers choose the ideal pieces for their wedding.

"We are thrilled to be back in Mangalore for our grand jewellery exhibition," said the spokesperson for TDF. "We are excited to offer our customers the chance to shop our latest collections and take advantage of our special offers. Our team is looking forward to welcoming everyone to the event and providing a unique and memorable shopping experience."

Don't miss this opportunity to see TDF's latest collections and take advantage of their incredible offer. Head to the Ocean Pearl Hotel in Mangalore on the 18th and 19th of March, from 11.00 am to 7.30 pm, and experience the glamour and elegance of TDF's exquisite jewellery.

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Davanagere: Two sanitation workers died after exposure to toxic air while they were cleaning a municipality drainagein Basavanakote village of Jagaluru taluk on Monday evening.

The deceased sanitation workers have been identified as Sathyappa (45) and Mailappa (42).

The duo is said to have been working without taking precautionary measures, as ordered by the panchayat development officer (PDO).

The workers were admitted to the government hospital in Arasikere on having fallen ill after breathing the toxic air of the drainage. Since their condition worsened, they were shifted to the Davanagere district government hospital, but the workers died, having failed to respond to the treatment.

The locals have blamed the government officer for the workers’ death, saying, “The sanitation workers went ahead with their work as ordered by the PDO, without any masks and gloves. The negligible attitude and lapse on the part of the PDO has caused the death of the workers.”

Bilichodu Police have filed a case in this regard and the investigation is underway.