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Obituary : Senorita Theresa DSouza (76), Santhekette, Kallianpur - 4/28/2010

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Kallianpur : Obituary : Senorita Theresa D’Souza (76), Santhekette, Kallianpur wife of late George DSouza expired at 6am on Monday 26th April, 2010 due to prolonged illness.

The deceased left children Arthur/Olinda - Andrea, Luke/Geneview - Sheryl, Collin/Richard Raylen,Royden, Freeda/Archibald - Alisha,Adora,Fayne, Jane/Dr.Irnish - Gavin, and Darwin

 

 

 

Funeral cortege leaves from residence Theresa Cottage, Santhekette to Mount Rosary Church, Kallianpur on Tuesday, 27th April, 2010 at 4pm followed by mass at 4.30pm.  

Contact : Darwin +91 9880922548, Luke +91 9886592081 Richard +91 9880085096

 



Two die of H1N1 in Udupi - 4/28/2010

Udayavani-pkUdupi : Two persons died of H1N1 flu in Udupi. A 42-year-old woman Neelamma and 40-year-old Renuka from Davanagere fell victim to the virus.

They were admitted at Manipal hospital with critical condition after being suffered from fever since 15 days.

Brief Mumbai news with Pictures 27-04-2010 - 4/28/2010

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BCCI committee meeting held today in mumbai bcci headquarter.

BCCI COMMITTEE MEETING HELD TODAY IN MUMBAI BCCI HEADQUARTER

FOR ANNOUNCE DECISION SUSPENSION OF LALIT MODI FROM ALL POST OF BCCI

AND IPL GOVERNING BODY,ALSO ATTEND MEETING ARUN JAITLEY, MANSOOR ALI KHAN

PATAUDI,RAJIV SHUKLA ON OCCASION IN MUMBAI.

 

MAHENDRA SINGH DHONI ,Indian cricket team captain, addressing press

conference before living West Indies For T20 World Cup Tournament,pc

in Mumbai today evening

Mr. M Sivasankar, Director, Kerala Tourism address to media.

 

Invitation: Kerala Tourism- Film screening and Cultural show on Monday, April 26, 2010,Time: 7.00 pm

 

INVITATION

Dr. Venu V                              M Shivshankar

Secretary,                 &           Director,

Kerala Tourism                       Kerala Tourism

 

Cordially invites you

For Film screening and Cultural show

Venue: The Club, 197, D.N Nagar Road,

Andheri (W), Mumbai-53

Mumbai, April 27: 26 International saling yachts set off from Alanya Marina in Turkey on 10th October 2009 with their sights set on India. The Yachts varying in size from 9 Metres from Holland France, USA, Italy, UK, Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, Italy and France have covered a total 5,266 nautical miles and are now at their mooning off the Royal Bombay Yacht Club as part of the Vasco Da Gama Rally 2009-10.



Canada: Manipal Alumni holds annual meet - 4/27/2010

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Mississauga: Manipal Alumni Association Canada celebrated their 3rd annual get together on the 17th of April at Natraj Banquet hall in Mississauga. 125 Alumni of Manipal University representing all the faculties attended the event with family and friends.

The event was kicked of by Dr. Vikas Soota who delivered the welcome speech and highlighted the activities planned for the evening. This was followed by the service of delicious authentic South Indian snacks sponsored by Vijay Dante of Udupi Madras Cafe, Mississauga.

A riveting video and slide show which brought back fond memories of Manipal was presented by Nav Bubber of Scotiabank who is also a Manipal University Alumni, followed by a quiz competition. Live DJ music kept the crowd rocking and various games and activities ensured that the party didn't end till well past midnight. Over a dozen prizes were awarded to participants, from movie tickets to gift hampers.

Mr. Renuk Dsouza spoke about the need for networking among the alumnus and strongly recommended a mentoring program be initiated to help and guide new immigrant alumni who arrive in Canada with little knowledge of the local landscape.  

The main sponsor for the event was Scotiabank who in addition to providing monetary assistance, arranged decorations and gifts. Other sponsors included Jose Azavado of Fast signs, Vijay Dante of Udupi Madras Café and Mr. Satya Agarwal  a financial and investment consultant. Renuk Dsouza sponsored custom printed beverage glasses for each alumni which were a real hit!

 



Mlore: HIGH COURT JUDGE JUSTICE B.V. PINTO HONOURED BY THE DIOCESE OF MANGALORE - 4/27/2010

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HIGH COURT JUDGE JUSTICE B.V. PINTO HONOURED BY THE DIOCESE OF MANGALORE

 

The newly appointed Justice of the Karnataka High Court Justice Benedict Victor Pinto was honoured on the 26th of April in the Bishop’s House on behalf of the Diocese of Mangalore by Most Rev. Dr Aloysius Paul D’Souza, the Bishop of the Diocese of Mangalore.

 

Responding to the honour he said: “I am chosen to impart justice to those who are in the darkness of injustice, especially  those who belong to our own community.  I cherish my initial associations with the Catholic Sabha in its initial stages. Then, Mr Blasius M. D’Souza had said once  that ‘there is always a vacancy at the top.’  This  original concept and the initial acquaintances with the Catholic Sabha has taken me from the little village of Kelmbet to the heights of the High  Court of  Karnataka.  I am aware of my responsibility, as today the justice has become the property of the rich alone. I cherish the inspiration given by number  of priests, leaders and institutions especially where I had my studies in undivided South Kanara. I will try my best to respond to the needs of our community with regard to the field of justice.  Bless me so that I may impart real justice to the people.”

 

Mr M. P. Noronha, one of the senior lawyers of the city and a Christian leader introduced Justice Pinto to the gathering.  He was born in Kelmbet in 1956. In 1980 he was the Joint Secretary of the Mangalore Catholic Sabha and later Vice President for 7 years.  In 1986 established Legal Assistance Cell.  From 1987 to 1990 was the member of the Diocesan Pastoral Council.  After moving to Bangalore in 1990, he still remained a community and Church oriented lawyer.  Till to this date he is the member of the Parish Pastoral Council of Madivala Church.  He was the founder Secretary of Konkani Catholic Sangh of Koramangala.  After practicing criminal law in Mangalore and Bangalore he was appointed the Additional Prosecutor and on the 12th of March 2010 he took oath as the Judge of the High Court of Karnataka. In spite of his great position he still remains a person of simplicity.

 

The Bishop of the Diocese of Mangalore honoured him, prayed for the seven gifts of the Holy Spirit on him so that he may bestow real justice and wished that he would reach the Supreme Court in the years to come.  Representing the Diocese, the heads of the different Diocesan Institutions and Associations greeted the new Justice.

 

Sr Assumpta B.S. led the prayer service. Fr J.B. Crasta welcomed the gathering. Advocate Mr Ivan D’Souza proposed vote of thanks.  PRO Fr William Menezes compeer the programme.  Chancellor Fr Henry Sequeira and Mrs Maria pinto, wife of Justice B.V. Pinto were on the dais. 

 



Opposition calls nationwide strike against price rise - 4/27/2010

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NEW DELHI: Altogether 13 political parties, including the Samajwadi Party (SP), Left parties, Telugu Desam Party (TDP), Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD), Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) and the Lok Janshakti Party (LJP), have called for a nationwide strike on April 27 to oppose the hike in prices of petroleum, fertilizers and other essential commodities.

Air and rail services were hit and normal life disrupted in the city and elsewhere in West Bengal as the 12-hour nationwide strike called by Left and some other non-BJP opposition parties to protest Centre's "failure" to check price rise got underway.

Two train passengers were injured as a clash broke out between the passengers of Ganga Sagar Express and bandh supporters at Pandua station in Hoogly district this morning.

Abdul Razzak and Shanti Devi were injured when they along with other passengers tried to stop bandh supporters from stopping the train and putting up a banner.

The bandh shut businesses and disrupted transport services by road, rail and flight operations. Metro railways spokesperson said their services were normal.

Airport sources said ten out of 25 domestic and international flights took off this morning. While fights of Air-India, Jet Airways and Jetlite took off as scheduled in the morning, services of other private airlines were badly hit with many passengers stranded at the airport.

CPI-M's workers's union CITU affiliated-Airports Authority of India Employees Union office-bearers had said that they would impose strike in the airport.

Eastern Railway spokesperson told PTI that due obstructions put up by bandh supporters at several stations, train services were disrupted at Howrah and Sealdah division. Long-distance trains were stranded at various stations as bandh supporters sat on the railway tracks.

The streets in Kolkata wore a deserted look with state-run buses, private vehicles, taxis, auto-rickshaws remaining off the road since 6 am as the bandh began. Shops and educational institutions were closed, officials said.

Left Front Chairman Biman Bose said the bandh has been a spontaneous protest against price rise.

Leader of the Opposition and senior Trinamool Congress leader Partha Chatterjee said the Left Front government itself had failed to control price rise and take action against hoarding and black marketing in the state.

State Transport Minister Ranjit Kundu said buses and trams would run if drivers and conductors report for duty. "I cannot give any assurance. It depends on the employees and do not feel any extra arrangement needs to be made," he said.

In UP, several Samajwadi Party (SP) activists on Tuesday hit the streets, disrupted a rail route and stopped a train in Allahabad district while observing the nationwide general strike.

Shouting slogans against the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) and the state government, SP activists stopped the Ganga Gomti train near the Prayag railway station in Allahabad, about 200 km from here.

SP activists also tried to damage a rail track and destroy public property near the Chaudhary Mahadev Prasad (CMP) Degree College in Allahabad.

"Around 50 SP activists have been arrested in the morning. Additional security has been deployed taking into account the series of protests expected later in the day," said Superintendent of Police S.S. Bhaghel.

In Kerala, the dawn-to-dusk bandh called by the Left and their allies today to protest the Government's "failure" to check price rise disrupted rail and road traffic, throwing normal life out of gear.

Bandh supporters stopped trains at different stations. Both private and state-run bus services, taxis, auto-rickshaws and commercial vehicles kept off the roads, police said.

The Left parties and their allies have called for a nationwide hartal to protest the government's economic policies which they blamed for the spiralling price rise. Trade union wings of these parties have also extended support to the protest.

In the wake of the bandh, universities have postponed exams scheduled for the day.

Trinamool Congress, Congress and BJP have opposed the bandh.

Udupi: ICYM Udupi Unit Celebrates Annual Day - 4/27/2010

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Udupi, 27 April 2010: The Udupi Unit of the Indian Catholic Youth Movement (ICYM) celebrated the annual day in the evening of Sunday, 25th April 2010. During this occasion, the ICYM had organised a cultural evening. The parish priest of Our Lady of Sorrows, Rev. Fr. Mathew Vaz presided over the programme. The chief guest of the function was the Episcopal Vicar of Udupi District, Rev. Dr. Baptist Menezes. Other guests of honour included Dr. Gerald Pinto, Head of the Department of Physics in the Milagres College and also a prominent writer in Konkani under the pen name Jery Niddodi, Miss Saritha Mendonca, president of ICYM Udupi Varado, Mr. Arvin Alva, vice president of the parish pastoral council.

The cultural programme was started with prayer song followed by welcome dance. Following these preliminaries, Nitin D’Souza, president and Vinita Saldanha, secretary of ICYM, Udupi Unit conducted the president, chief guest and guests of honour to the stage. Nitin D’Souza welcomed the guests and all the people those who were attending the cultural programme organised by the ICYM.

Secretary of the ICYM, Udupi Unit presented the annual report of the various activities conducted by the ICYM during 2009-10. Dr. Gerald Pinto distributed prizes to the winners of various sporting events that were conducted by the ICYM on Sunday, 18th April 2010. Addressing the youth, Dr. Gerald Pinto appreciated the good work that is being done by the ICYM in various fields of activity.

The Episcopal Vicar of the Udupi District, Rev. Dr. Baptist Menezes gave away prizes to the winners of parish teams who had won the tournaments in Cricket, Volleyball and Throw ball. In his speech, Dr. Baptist Menezes congratulated the winners of the various team competitions and encouraged the ICYM to carry on the good work that they have been doing in the parish.

One of the important programme of the function was felicitation of Miss Manisha DSouza for her achievement at the state and national level competitions in Shuttle Badminton. The 9th standard student of St. Marys English School, Udupi, Manisha is being recognised as the national level Badminton player. She has been winning a number of medals in various competitions held in different parts of the state and country. Besides being an accomplished Badminton player, Manisha is also proficient in music, elocution and also in studies. Rev. Fr. Mathew Vaz felicitated Manisha by placing the shawl on her shoulders and Dr. Baptist Menezes offered her memento.

In his presidential message to the ICYM, Rev. Fr. Mathew Vaz said that in any organization, the youth are always ahead. It is important that youth should take a leading part in social and political activities. The youth are like the pillar of the society and the parents have greater responsibility in shaping the future of the youth who in turn will shape the future of our society and the nation.

Following the end of the stage programme, the animator of the ICYM, Udupi Unit, mr. Alphonse DCosta, Headmaster of St. Marys English School proposed the vote of thanks. As part of the entertainment programme the ICYM members presented a play named “End Point.

 



Brief Mumbai news with Pictures 26-04-2010 - 4/27/2010

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I.I.T.C Fashion Show in Mumbai

 

Governor Sankaranarayanan grieves demise of Smt. Prabha Rau.

 

Governor of Rajasthan Smt Prabha Rau was in Mumbai in the second week of this month. Maharashtra Governor K. Sankaranarayanan had a breakfast meeting with Smt Rau on Sunday (11 April 2010) at Raj Bhavan, Mumbai. Smt. Radha Sankaranarayanan was also present on the occasion. The photographs of this meeting are enclosed.

 

 

Governor Sankaranarayanan grieves demise of Smt. Prabha Rau 

 

The Governor of Maharashtra K. Sankaranarayanan has expressed ‘shock and disbelief’ at the sudden demise of Smt Prabha Rau, the Governor of Rajasthan in New Delhi on Monday, 26 April 2010. In a condolence message, the Governor has said:

 

“The news of the passing of Smt Prabha Rau is indeed shocking. Only a fortnight ago, on 11th April, we had met in Raj Bhavan, Mumbai and had a long discussion on various issues. Little did I realise that this would be our last meeting.

 

Smt. Prabha Rau had dominated the political firmament of Maharashtra for almost three decades. I had known Smt. Rau as a respectable leader from Maharashtra even before I came to Maharashtra. She was a dedicated organisation person and had done remarkable work of building the Party.  She had represented the people of Maharashtra, both in the State Legislature and in Parliament with distinction. During the last two years, she had been discharging the gubernatorial responsibilities first in Himachal Pradesh and for the last 3 months, in Rajasthan with great dedication. Her demise is a great loss to the State.

 

At the personal level, Smt. Prabha Rau came across as a humble and a straight forward person always willing to help people in whatever way she could.

 

On behalf of the people of Maharashtra, I pay my respects to the fond memories of Smt. Prabha Rau and convey my heartfelt condolences to the members of the bereaved family.”

 



No cricket stars at Sania-Shoaib reception - 4/26/2010

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Sialkot (Pakistan), April 26 (IANS) No cricket star attended the reception here of Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik and Indian tennis star Sania Mirza who got married a fortnight ago, a media report said Monday.

SAMAA TV said the function was held at a hockey ground Sunday in the hometown of the cricketer. It quoted guests as saying that no cricket star attended the party.

Shoaib and Sania were married in India's Hyderabad city April 12.



BIllwara Fashion Show, Miss and Mr. Billawara, Billwara couples 2010 - 4/27/2010

kemmannu.com-pk8ths Anniversary celebration by Billawara Association Mumbai with Billawara Fashion Show, Billawara Couples and Miss and Mr. Billawar 2010 in Mumbai Sunday the 25th April 2010 at the Sri Narayana guru auditorium in Santhcruz west, Mumbai. L. V. Amin, vice president of Billawara Association, Mumbai presided over the function; Ragu L. Shetty was the chief guest and was attended by Ganesh Bangera of G. B. Builders, Mangalore, Indu Kumar Amin of Kenstro A Builders and developers, Mumbai, K Sadashiva Santhi, Y. Nagesh, Nityananda D. Kotian, Jyothi K. Suvarana, Udaya S. Salian, C. T. Salian, R. D. Poojaray, Jayanthi V. Ullal and many others.

MISS. RUNNER 1

MISS RUNNER 2

MISS WINNER

RUNNER 1

RUNNER 2

WINNER, RUNNER 1 AND 2

RUNNER 1

RUNNER 2

THE WINNERS

THE WINNER

COUPLE RUNNER 1

COUPLE RUNNER 2

COUPLE WINNERS



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