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Fr. Dancy: The Young Man who Walked the Path Shown by St. Francis of Assisi - 5/16/2010


Moodubelle: Fr. Dancy Martis who heard the voice of his conscience and followed the path shown by St. Francis of Assisi and had joined the Capuchin Order was ordained a priest on 29th April 2010 at Our Lady of Pompeii Church, Gurpur by Most Rev. Dr. Aloysius Paul D’Souza along with three other deacons of the same Order. He offered his first solemn Holy Mass in St. Lawrence Church, Moodubelle on 6th May 2010.

Fr. Dancy was born on 16th December 1981 as the third among six children of Baptist and Celestine Martis. His other siblings are Nancy, Vincy, Maxy, Felcy and Lancy. Fr. Dancy’s mother, Mrs. Celestine Martis has been active in social service and is presently the member of the Udupi Taluk Panchayat.

Dancy had his education up to 10th standard in St. Lawrence High School, Moodubelle and passed the SSLC examination in 1997. As a student he was a member of the Altar Servers’ Sodality. While in Higher Primary, Dancy was a member of the school parliament and acted as minister of communication in the school cabinet.

Fr. Dancy says that he owes his vocation to Fr. Peter Cyprian (Capuchin) who was in Moodubelle for three and half months to assist late Fr. J.J. Saldanha who was indisposed and recovering from an illness. During these few months, Dancy who was studying in 10th standard came in contact with Fr. Cyprian and was quite impressed by his simple lifestyle and spirituality. Being convinced that he had a divine call, Dancy decided to join the Capuchin Order. After getting the results of SSLC, Dancy approached Fr. Joachim D’Souza, then vocation promoter for the Capuchin Order in Mangalore region.

Having made up his mind to join the Capuchin Order and exploring ways and means to join it, Dancy told his mother about his decision as his father was abroad. Having secured the permission from his parents, Dancy went to Dayalbagh Ashram, Ujire for the orientation programme and PUC studies for two years.  After PUC, Dancy was sent to Pre-Novitiate training at the Assisi House at Bijai, Mangalore where he spent one year.

Having finally decided to continue in the Capuchin Order, Br. Dancy entered the Novitiate House at Monte Mariano at Farangipet for a year and took his first vows on 16th May 2000 at Farangipet. Later, he was sent to post-Novitiate programme for a year to Clara Vihar, Potnal in Raichur.

For his philosophy and graduate studies, Br. Dancy went to Deena Seva Ashram, Bangalore. While, studying philosophy as regular course, Br. Dancy completed the graduate studies through correspondence course of the Mysore University in 2004.  For one year Regency, Br. Dancy proceeded to St. Francis of Assisi School at Mizoram where he taught up to 7th standard. After returning from Mizoram, Br. Dancy underwent Theological studies and priestly formation at Kripalya, at Bogadi in Mysore and partly in Bangalore. At the end of the second year theological studies, Br. Dancy took the final vows. After rigorous four years of training in priestly formation, Br. Dancy was elected to the Order of Diaconate on 3rd July 2009. After securing Bachelor of Theology degree, Br. Dancy was posted at Infant Mary’s Church at Katipalla for practical training in priestly ministry up to Easter of 2010.

Br. Dancy was ordained a priest on 29th April 2010 at Our Lady of Pompeii Church, Gurpur by Most Rev. Dr. Aloysius Paul D’Souza along with three other deacons. He offered his first solemn Holy Mass in St. Lawrence Church, Moodubelle on 6th May 2010 which was concelebrated by 30 priests. Following the Mass, a felicitation programme was organised in St. Lawrence Parish Hall Moodubelle. The programme began with Prayer Dance. Fr. Sunil D’Souza, Parish Priest of Tannirbhavi anchored the programme. Fr. Maxim Misquith, Parish Priest of Stella Maris Church, Kalmady raised the toast in honour of Fr. Dancy. On this occasion, Fr. Peter Cyprian who had inspired Fr. Dancy to join the Capuchin Order spoke as provincial representative and Provincial Councillor.  Fr. Joswey Fernandes, Parish Priest of Moodubelle and Fr. Joseph Mascarenhas, parish priest of Katipalla also gave their best wishes to Fr. Dancy on this occasion.

At the end, Fr. Dancy expressed gratitude to his parents, brothers and sisters, relatives, benefactors and all those who had directly and indirectly helped him to ascend the Holy Altar in the service of Christ and the Church. The people who had gathered for the felicitation programme individually congratulated Fr. Dancy and kissed his consecrated hands. Nearly 800 people were present for the First Holy Mass and felicitation programme of Fr. Dancy.

Sfxkutam congratulates Fr. Dancy on being ordained a priest in the Capuchin Order and wishes him all the best in his priestly ministry.

Udupi: Drunken driving by advocate lands family in hospital - 5/16/2010


UDUPI: An advocate from Udupi who resorted to drunken driving caused a series of accidents on the National Highway 17 at Puttur Hanumanthnagar and at Kodankur on Friday. The advocate meanwhile abandoned his car and has fled from the scene of the accident.

The accused has been identified as Ashok Kumar Gulvady resident of Hanumanthnagar.It has been alleged that the advocate who was driving his Toyota Car towards Santhekatte from Udupi, hit his car against a bike heading towards Udupi at the Kodankur Automatrix showroom, injuring Ganesh Acharya of Kukkunje, his wife Sumangala and their son Sujan. They have been admitted to the KMC Hospital at Manipal in a critical state.

Meanwhile, Ashok Kumar who was escaping without stopping at the scene of the accident, dashed against another vehicle that was smuggling cattle at Santhekatte. The two persons who were in the vehicle escaped. Five cattle including a dead calf were found in the vehicle. The police have registered a case against Ashok Kumar for drunken driving and causing accidents and also against the persons who were smuggling cattle.

Mangalore: New terminal opened amid fan fare- Patel announces more sops - 5/16/2010

MC/RD-PKMangalore : The Union minister of civil aviation Mr. Praful Patel has said flying will not be a luxury anymore to the Indian people, the sops given to the Civil aviation Industry by the UPA government has ensured that yet again. He was making the inaugural address at the newly commissioned Integrated Terminal building (ITB) here on 15 May.

He said the International aviation industry has recognized Indian civil aviation market as the ninth largest in the world but it was all set to become the fifth largest due to the sops given to the industry by the UPA government he added
Mr. Patel said he was happy to notice that the Mangalore’s integrated terminal building had lived upto the expectation of the international tourism needs and soon he will release another Rs. 100 crores for further extension of the runway which appear to be smaller for the wide bodied planes to land.
He said the financial thrust given by the UPA had been well spent by the AAI and soon Mangalore will join many more airports in the country that will operate larger planes. He said the UPA government was keen on developing aviation infrastructure further in the country and Mangalore features prominently in the scheme of things. He said this will bring a number of classes of people into the aviation net where flying will be easier and affordable to the people, he added.

Mr. Patel said the progress of  aviation sector had been linked to the economic progress of the country where more affluence of people will mean more flying and more efficiency. Mr. Patel said the airports are now glorified railway stations where people can be seen flocking to their destination in large numbers, ten years back this was not the scene as flying was still a rich man’s game he added.

Stating that the terminal building was built in a record time Mr. Patel said Mangalore airport deserved more as it had 28 flights per day and in coming days due to developments in the Mangalore city more people are expected to fly in and fly out of the city on a daily basis. This needs the airline companies to fly more flights to more destinations not just in India but also all over the globe he said. He said it was his wish that Mangalore becomes an international aviation destination on its own strengths.
 Speaking to the presspersons later Mr. Patel told that though Mangalore had all the characteristics of the international airport already the proposal to grant international airport status to Mangalore would be placed before the union cabinet. It was already a customs airport he added. He said just because the Mangalore airport does not have an international tag it does not mean that all its international operations were not recognized. It was just it needs an official seal of international tag he added.

Mr. Patel said there are few other requirements that will have to be fulfilled to further upgrade the airport to the international standard. The foremost was the availability of availability of a 9,000 ft runway and for this AAI has a pre sanctioned fund already to this effect.

He said Rs. 180 Crores have been spent on the new integrated terminal building and another Rs 12 crore on fire tenders and other fire safety measures were also on the cards. In addition the AAI will also have a cargo centralized facility.

Chairman of Airports Authority of India (AAI) V P Agarwal said an additional amount of Rs 50 crore would be spent on the new runway. He said the Bajpe Airport at present was functioning as a customs airport and with new facilities the airport was ready to be recognised as an international airport.

Replying to a query he said the authority was intended to introduce service development fee like the one already introduced at Bengaluru International Airport. However, it has to be approved by the government, Mr Agarwal said. Mr Agarwal said the Mangalore international airport was considered as a promising one having a growth rate of 9 per cent.

With the introduction of better facilities more airlines would come forward to operate. ’’We expect new airlines to utilise the new services for their advantage,’’ he added.

The AAI is also planning to take up expansion of Hubli and Belgaum airports in future, he informed. Replying to another query, Mr Agarwal said once the new integrated terminal building became fully operational for both domestic and international flights, the authorities plan to utilise the existing airport for belly cargo service and use it as dedicated cargo handling airport.

Besides this, there are plans to use the airport for aviation education purpose, he noted.  He also informed that the Kingfisher Airlines has come forward to introduce Mysore-Bangalore-Mysore air service. We expect other airlines to introduce their flight services as well from Mysore, he added.
Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa, BJP leader K.S. Eshwarappa, Tourism minister Mr. Janardhana Reddy, Union Law minister Mr. Veerappa Moily, Rajya Sabha member Mr. Oscar Fernandes, state Environment and Ecology minister Mr. Krishna Palemar, Mayor Mangalore Ms. Rajani Dugganna were also present.


Indian shooters harassed in Dorset ISSF World Cup - 5/16/2010

NEW DELHI: In a shocking incident, the Indian shooting contingent was harassed by the organisers of the ISSF World Cup in Dorset, UK which forced the team manager M Padmanabhan to shoot off a letter to the High Commission in London.

In his letter to the Indian High Commissioner in London, Padmanabhan brought to light the frequent harassment the shooters encountered.

He said ace trap shooter and Commonwealth Games gold medallist Manavjit Singh Sandhu was insulted by the transport supervisor Mike, who asked the Olympian to get off the bus.

"Our Indian shooters were in the process of boarding the bus from the ranges to the official hotel when the driver slammed the door shut on the Indian shooter waiting outside and left him at the range. When the other shooters on the bus strongly objected, the driver turned back and went to the supervisor of the transport dept, Mr Mike.

"Mr Mike then returned to the bus and yelled and screamed at our shooters and insulted them. He was very very rude and threatened the team with dire circumstances. He then addressed our Indian World Champion and Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna, Mr Manavjit Singh and told him to get off the bus. He refused saying that the bus was the official transport and not his personal vehicle. Mr. Mike then threatened him by saying that the Indian Team will not be allowed to take the bus tomorrow morning," Padmanabhan wrote in his letter to the High Commission.

"Two days earlier the same transport department had forced our two women shooters, Ms Shreyasi and Ms Shagun to get off the bus. They were humiliated thus in front of all other competing nations," the letter, released by NRAI, said.

Padmanabhan requested the High Commission to take up the matter with the Organizing Committee so that Indian shooters do not have to face more embarrassment.

"We are feeling very harassed and cannot believe that we are being treated this way. We request that you may take this matter up with the Organising Committee of the ISSF World Cup, Dorset. We are feeling very insecure, insulted and threatened in the current atmosphere and the shooters will be unable to give their best at their events," Padmanabhan signed off.

Bangkok battle: Troops fire on rioting protesters - 5/16/2010

Gulf News-PK

Bangkok: Shots and an explosion were heard in Bangkok on Saturday as the death toll from the latest clashes between the Thai army and anti-government "Red Shirt" protesters hit 16.

Tyres, apparently set alight by demonstrators, were burning in an area where troops opened fire on protesters on Friday near their vast fortified encampment.

It was not clear who was doing the shooting, said an AFP reporter at the scene, as soldiers ran to take up positions after an explosion near the Suan Lum Night Bazaar, a market and dining area normally popular with tourists.

Government troops have blocked roads and set up checkpoints to seal off the area around the wider protest site, which extends for several square kilometres (miles).

The protesters, who are trying to bring down the government of Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva, threw stones, used slingshots and launched fireworks at the troops as the two-month standoff descended into more violence.

UAE issues travel warning

UAE citizens have been advised to avoid travel to Thailand until the situation improves in Bangkok, WAM reported quoting Sultan Al Ali, head of media affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He added that the ministry is in contact with the UAE embassy in Bangkok to maintain contact with nationals who are already there.

Death toll

A total of 16 people - all of them Thais - were known to have died since the fresh wave of violence began, according to the official Erawan emergency centre.

The centre said 141 people had been injured, three of them foreigners, whom it identified as being from Canada, Myanmar and Poland. No details were given of their condition.

The France 24 television station said one of its journalists - a Canadian - had been shot and wounded covering the arrest, while two Thai reporters were also amongst the injured. A Japanese cameraman was killed in Bangkok last month.

Government spokesman Panitan Wattanayagorn said troops had come under attack as they moved to seal off the rally area to prevent more Red Shirts from entering.

"The soldiers... had no choice but to respond to these attacks," Panitan told reporters Friday. Troops were authorised to use live ammunition in self-defence, for warning shots or against armed gunmen, he added.

Troops would step up security measures in the coming days to search for weapons and reduce the number of people entering the area, he said, warning of the risk of more instability in the capital.

The United States called for restraint on all sides.

"We are deeply concerned about the situation on the ground in Thailand," State Department spokesman Philip Crowley told reporters.

"We continue to strongly encourage everyone involved... to show restraint and to find a way to work peacefully through these differences and do so in a way that strengthens democratic institutions," Crowley added.

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said he was following the rapidly mounting violence and tensions in Thailand with "growing concern".

"He appeals to both the protesters and the Thai authorities to do all in their power to avoid further violence and loss of life," Ban's press service said in a statement.

"He strongly encourages them to urgently return to dialogue in order to de-escalate the situation and resolve matters peacefully," it said.

The violence came after Abhisit shelved a plan to hold early elections in November after reconciliation efforts broke down.

The mostly poor and working class Reds consider Abhisit's government illegitimate because it came to power in a 2008 parliamentary vote after a court ruling ousted elected allies of their hero, former premier Thaksin Shinawatra.

Thaksin, who was unseated in a 2006 coup and now lives in self-imposed exile to avoid a jail term for corruption, called on the government to pull back troops and restart negotiations with the demonstrators.
"The government's actions clearly constitute grave infringement of human rights and criminal offences," he said in a statement.

Defence Minister General Prawit Wongsuwon said the military operation was meant to force the movement's leaders back to talks with the government.

At least 46 people have been killed and about 1,100 injured in Bangkok in a series of confrontations and attacks since the protests began in mid-March.

Almost one-third of Thailand, including Bangkok, is now under emergency rule.

Gulbarga sizzles in record breaking heat - 5/15/2010


Gulbarga/Bangalore : The Sun City of Karnataka - Gulbarga - true to its reputation has recorded the Highest maximum temperature of 46.1 degree celsius in the plains of the State which exceeded the previous 119 years record.

The unprecedented hot conditions prevailing for a week in the northern Karnataka region culminated in the mercury soaring to a never-before high in the history of the city. With this, Gulbarga registered itself as the hottest city of Karnataka. The minimum temperature recorded for the day - 29.6 degrees Celsius - is also a record in terms of the highest night temperature.

The maximum temperature recorded by the city hitherto was 45.4 degrees Celsius on May 17, 1989, that broke the previous record of 45 degrees Celsius set on May 18, 1912, and equalled on June 1, 1923. The latest temperature has set a new record, which this city has not seen in last 119 years.







Heat wave conditions prevailed in some parts of North Interior Karnataka, though rainfall occurred at isolated places over South Interior Karnataka while dry weather prevailed over Coastal Karnataka and North Interior Karnataka.

According to the forecast which is valid until Sunday morning, Rain and thundershowers would occur at a few places over South Interior Karnataka and at isolated places over Coastal Karnataka and North Interior Karnataka.  Light to moderate rain would also occur at a few places over all the districts of South Interior Karnataka and at isolated places over all the districts of Coastal Karnataka and Bidar, Gulbarga, Raichur districts of North Interior Karnataka.

Mainly dry weather will prevail over the remaining districts of North Interior Karnataka.  And Heat wave conditions would prevail at isolated places over North Interior Karnataka during next 24 hours.

May, the hottest month of the summer season beginning mid-February and lasting up to the first week of June, has a mean daily maximum temperature of 40.6 degrees Celsius while the mean daily minimum temperature is 26.3 degrees Celsius.

The maximum temperature for the current season is 5.5 degrees more than the mean temperature and the minimum temperature was 3.3 degrees more than the mean minimum. In the northern region, the unbearable temperatures affected normal life as Churu in Rajasthan sizzled at a high of 45.8 degrees Celsius. In Jodhpur, the mercury settled at 43.4 degrees, the meteorological department said.

 In Punjab and Haryana, the heat wave intensified with daytime temperature going up to five degrees above normal forcing people to stay indoors. Hisar was the hottest in the region at a high of 45 degrees.

In the national capital, residents had to face another hot day with the maximum temperature being recorded at 43.2 degrees.

Former Vice-President Bhairon Singh Shekhawat passes away - 5/15/2010


Jaipur ,  Saturday, May 15, 2010 :  Former Vice President Bhairon Singh Shekhawat died today, two days after he was admitted to a hospital here complaining of uneasiness and breathing problems.

87-year-old Shekhawat breathed his last at 11.10 AM at the Swai Man Singh Hospital, Dr Narpat Singh, Superintendent of the hospital, said.

Shekhawat's condition deteriorated this morning and he was put on ventilator, another doctor at the hospital, Ashok Pangaria, told PTI.

The former Vice President was admitted to the ICU of the SMS hospital on the night of May 13 and doctors had said he was suffering from lung and chest infection.

Local News in Brief :- 15/05/2010 - 5/14/2010

Compiled by Richard Dsouza (Kenja Bail)

Local News in Brief :-

Maximum yield by limited land

Brahmaver : Shri Kshetra Dharmasthala Rural Development Project Co-ordinator Navin Bhat advised several farmers to get maximum yield with minimum land.

He participated as a resource person in a farmer’s training workshop held at Bandimath. Any scientist can’t create paddy, cow or vegetables. Farmer has greater knowledge than that of scientist, he added.

Udupi Agriculture Officer Gunakar, Brahmavar Zone Supervisor Mahesh Kumar and several farmers of the village took part.

18kg gold ornaments offering to Mumbai Ganapathi

Udupi : Mumbai kings circle GSB service committee is offering 18 kg of gold ornaments to Ganapathi. This contract has been given to Udupi Swrna jewellery shop. In the presence of managing committee trustee, chief priest Krishna S Bhat offered prayed and handed over the responsibility to partner of Swrana Gujjady Ramdas Nayak.

They will start preparing of gold ornaments during Chauthi. For this preparation they are using 18kg of gold and 50kg of silver. Swrna jewelry is famous in preparing of traditional gold ornaments. They will prepare the gold ornaments of king circle Ganapathi with honesty and faith, Ramdas said.





Gold polishing cheats

Kaup : Public have caught a group of Bihari youths who deceives the people in the guise of polishing gold ornaments.

The accused are Akhilesh (22), Ganga Kumar (24) and Jeevan Kumar (21). Public caught them red handed when they are washing the mangalsootra saying they make it glitter in the house of Madhav Poojary near Pangal . Three persons went to Poojary’s house and ask them to order the powder which makes gold shining. During this local people caught them red handed and handed over to police.

They are visiting houses by donning bags like college student. They select the houses where the men had gone for work only women were there in the house. After visiting jewel shop the house owners came to know that the gold has melted.

Married woman waits for her 'absconding' husband - 5/15/2010


Mangalore : Rekha (23), a Christian girl, had married Kishore Kumar as per the Hindu Marriage Act 1955 on July 13, 2007. But they could not live together even after nearly three years, for a simple reason that both belong to different religions.

Explaining her woes to mediapersons, Rekha said that she wants Kumar back. I want to live with him in a separate house. But I do not want to live with his family. I am willing to accept his religion and practice all rituals, she says pointing out that Kumar’s parents and relatives are not happy with their relation.

In fact, parents of Kumar and Rekha had decided to solemnise their marriage at the Kateel Sri Durgaparameshwari Temple on March 29, 2010. But the marriage was not solemnised as per plan as the groom and their relatives did not reach the venue even after the Muhurtha. I came to know from the temple authorities that Kumar's sister and another relative had cancelled the marriage ceremony on March 28. They even lied before the temple authorities that marriage has been cancelled because of my father's death. Still, we were waiting for the groom and his relatives from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm on that day. As the groom did not reach the venue even after the Muhurtha of 11.25 am, I went to Mangalore Rural Police Station and filed a complaint against him and his 10 relatives including his mother, she explained. The Kateel Temple authorities too assert the above fact in a letter written to Rekha.

In the FIR dated March 29, 2010, Rekha alleged that Kumar, his mother Sunitha, close relatives Kiran, Rohi, Bhaskara, Raju, Arathi, Bharathi, Chandravathi, Prema Kotian and Chandravathi had tortured her mentally and physically demanding Rs 2 lakh dowry and 50 pawans of gold.

But it is unfortunate that the police could not arrest Kumar so far, even though cases of cheating and dowry menace were filed against him and his relatives.

Mangalore Rural Sub Inspector Prakash said that they tried to convince Kumar's parents to solve the case. However, he said, since he has cheated the girl by not tying nuptial knot, we have to take action against him as well. We will arrest and produce before the court the accused, who is absconding now.

Iraq: 25 killed, 100 hurt in blasts at Iraq football match - 5/15/2010

Gulf News-PKThe attacks struck at around 6:00 pm as two local teams were playing in an unprotected ground in the predominantly Shiite Turkmen town of Tal Afar, 380 km north of Baghdad, a local police officer said, speaking on condition of anonymity.

Baghdad: A car bomb and a suicide blast ripped through a football match in north Iraq on Friday, killing 25 people and leaving around 100 wounded, an interior ministry official said.

The attacks struck at around 6:00 pm as two local teams were playing in an unprotected ground in the predominantly Shiite Turkmen town of Tal Afar, 380 km north of Baghdad, a local police officer said, speaking on condition of anonymity.

Initial reports from Tal Afar said 10 people were killed when a suicide car bomb ripped through the football ground.

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