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Shirva: Kota honors Chittani in 'Yakshotsava' - 8/24/2012

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Shirva, 24 August 2012: The contribution of the senior artists towards the coastal art ‘Yakshagana’ is enormous. Attracting the yakshakala fans through the special acting ability artist Chittani Ramachandra Hegde has created revolution in the field of Yakshagana, said Udupi district In charge and Mujrai Minister Kota Srinivasa Poojary.

 

He was speaking upon inaugurating the 3 days ‘Yakshotsava’ and felicitating the senior Yakshagana artist Padmashree Chittani Ramachandra Hegde. Yakshagana is a special art and once someone likes this, it will remain in him forever he said and reminded Shivarama Karanth who used to be on stage even at the age of 90. Kota congratulated the office bearers of the Yuvakamandala for organizing this event.

 

 

 

The program was presided over by Kaup MLA Lalaji R. Mendon, who in his presidential address said that, the root reason for the exemplars of Indian cultures such as Ramayana, Mahabharatha, Bhagavatha, histories to be well known at every home are this Yakshagana. The Yuvakamandala needs to be appreciated for their efforts , he said. On this occasion the Minister was felicitated.

 

Arun Kulal read the felicitation letter. Hon President Kenja Shridhara Tantri in his introductory note welcomed the guests and the gathering. Thonse Jayanth Kumar led the prayers. Shirva Lecturer K.G. Manjunath conducted introduction. Janapad Scholar K.L. Kudanthaya and Anantha Mudithaya coordinated the program. Kutyaru Naveen Shetty proposed vote of thanks. Earlier Chittani was received by the Yuvakamandala with poornakumbha welcome.

 

The three day ‘Yakshotsava’ program ended on Monday. The concluding program was presided over by Udupi Taluk Panchayath President K. Devadasa Hebbar, who felicitated Bhagavatha Thonse Jayanth Kumar and said that, in the olden days people learned the values of Ramayana and Mahabharatha and adopted them in their lives. But today the younger generation does not have interest in it, he said.


SKPA Kaup Zone observes World Photography Day at Manasa - 8/22/2012

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Pamboor, 22 August 2012: As part of the World Photography Day on August 19, 2012, the South Kanara Photographers’ Association (SKPA) Kaup Zone spent their valuable time in a meaningful manner at Manasa Rehabilitation Centre at Pamboor on Tuesday, August 21, 2012. Remedia D’Souza, Director of the Manasa Centre inaugurated the programme at 11.45 am. Guests of honour included, Ravi Kumar, President of SKPA, Bakta Prasad, honorary President, Vinod Kaup, Chief Secretary, Naveen Paniyoor, Treasurer and the Principal of Manasa, Muriel Premlatha.

 

The members of the SKPA, Kaup Zone organized various games for the mentally challenged children of Manasa. They also arranged Magic Show by Pangala Shenoy which was appreciated by the children. Thereafter the children were treated with sumptuous lunch provided by the SKPA, Kaup Zone.

 

 

The morning programme was compeered by Pramod Suvarna, Ravi Kumar welcomed the gathering and vote of thanks was given by Srinivas Aithal.

 

The afternoon programme was arranged at 2 pm. Geetanjali Suvarna, member of Udupi Zilla Panchayat presided over the programme. Guests of honour included Rakesh Kunjoor, Reporter from Udayavani, Remedia D’Souza, Director of Manasa, Ravi Kumar, Vasudeva Rao, Bakta Prasad, Vinod Kaup, Navin Paniyoor and Mahesh Suvarna.

 

Speaking at this occasion Rakesh Kunjoor thanked the SKPA, Kaup Zone for giving an opportunity to interact with the mentally challenged children of Manasa.  He appreciated the service that is being rendered by Remedia D’Souza in providing education and other facilities to the mentally challenged children in Manasa.

 

Geethanjali Suvarna in her message said that she considered herself fortunate for being able to participate in the programme along with the children who are the reflection of God. Remedia D’Souza said that each and every child of Manasa is like her own child. She further said that it is a matter of pride that those children who have completed their studies in Manasa have been able to stand on their own legs. Vasudeva Rao appreciated the fact that the SKPA, Kaup Zone thought it fit to observe the World Photography Day at Manasa.

 

Srinivas Ithal compeered the afternoon programme, Krishna Rao welcomed the gathering and Muriel Premalatha proposed the vote of thanks.

 

 


An illegal cable racket in Kundapur - 8/22/2012

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KUNDAPUR : An illegal cable racket is operative throughout Kundapur taluk wherein cable operators have no hesitation in making use of electric poles and telephone poles to provide cable connections to TVs.

People are wondering why the authorities have turned a blind eye when they have no hesitation in questioning a poor man even if he tied his cattle to some telephone pole. In some places, it has also been noticed that the cable operators were using even the side drain system to lay cables, in turn resulting in clogging and creating problems during monsoon.

The residents of the town are hoping the authorities would take note of this problem seriously and do the needful.


M'lore: Rumours of poison in milk trigger panic - 8/21/2012

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Mangalore, 21 August 2012: Rumours of poison in Nandini milk triggered panic in the coastal district on Monday. People woke up to phone calls from friends and relatives and news on the television that their milk was poisoned. Initially rumours spread via SMSes that some people had died and a few more were hospitalised after consuming Nandini milk in various parts of Dakshina Kannada.

 

Many children were reported affected in Ullal, Bengre, Mulki, Moodbidri and other places.

 

No truth

 

Dakshina Kannada Co-operative Milk Union Ltd (DKMUL) president Raviraj Hegde said there was no truth in rumours about milk poisoning and no deaths were reported.

 

 

Speaking to mediapersons, he said DKMUL, which produces Nandini milk at its unit in Kulshekhar in Mangalore, had tested and ensured that no contaminated elements were present in Nandini milk packets.

 

The rumour is spread by a few anti-social elements who wish to cause unrest in society. Nobody has died or fallen ill in the district after consuming the milk. The milk and milk products produced at DKMUL unit have undergone quality tests and no poisonous substance is detected, he said.

 

Hegde said it was for the first time in the last 25 years since DKMUL came into existence that such a rumour was spread. The DKMUL has supplied 3.33 lakh litres of milk on the eve of Eid and no consumers have complained of any illness.

 

Consumers and dealers are now apprehensive about the quality of the milk because of rumours. But I would like to ensure that it is safe to use Nandini milk, Hegde said.

 

Hegde and DKMUL Board of Directors consumed the milk from the packet manufactured on August 19, before the media, as a gesture to assure consumers about the quality of milk.

 

Police investigation

 

City Police Commissioner Seemanth Kumar Singh said the police have started tracing the source of the rumour.

 

We are after the mobile numbers from which SMSes were sent spreading the rumour. We are hopeful of catching the culprits within a day or two, he said.

 


Shirva: Night Vigil organized on the anniversary of the visit of Don Bosco's Relic - 8/20/2012

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Shirva: On the occasion of the Year of Faith and the anniversary of the visit of Don Bosco's Relic to Shirva Youth Night Vigil was organised on August18, 2012.The program started sharp at 9 pm.Fr Maxim Director of Don Bosco Youth Centre welcome the gathering. Parish Priest of Shirva, Rev. Fr. Stany Tauro addressed the youth.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Night Vigil service was conducted by Br. Rony Amembal and his team. Fr. Alban,   Fr. Anil SVD and Br. Elias later on conduced the prayer service.  Anusha and Vinod gave their testimonies.The night vigil ended with mass.Fr Anil was the main celebrant of the mass. He is presently at the Divine Call Centre at Mulki. He conducted the inner healing and stressed on the importance confession. The Night Vigil ended at 6.30 am. Fr. Joe and Fr. Augustine  were  also present for the Night Vigil.


 
Music and Singing was provided by Br. Rony Amembal and his team.The Night Vigil was organized by the Salesian Fathers and Brothers and Don Bosco Youth.

 


Udupi: Plastic bags Banned - 8/20/2012

milagreans dupi : Consumer Forum CMC President Kiran Kumar said that plastic carry bags will be banned from Udupi with effect from Sep 1, 2012, and Rs. 80 lakhs have been earmarked to take up management of solid waste.

 
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“We collected as many as 315kgs of plastic recently when we raided the shops and other outlets in the city. The CMC has plans to set up bio methodology and waste energy plants to make use of solid and wet waste. Door-to-door collection of waste by the members of SHG's will be made strict and only a nominal amount will be charged, he said

 
Regarding the shortage of water in summer, Mr. Kumar said, “The deputy commissioner is informed about the mechanized desilting of the Swarna River in the catchment area. This will help in providing water to the people in the city during summer when there is water shortage.

 
Replying to another query over several manhole openings in the midst of the stretches, Mr. Kumar assures of the measures to cover up the manholes that causes problem to the people.

 
Steps will be taken over the lack of maintenance of public toilets especially in the government bus stop and whoever does not follow the hygienic norms will be penalized heavily.

5 year old girl dies in tragic mishap at Parkala - 8/19/2012

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Manipal : A five year old girl met a tragic end  when her father’s bike in which she was travelling was involved in an accident at Parkala on the morning of August 18, Saturday.

The deceased has been identified as Kavana (5), daughter of Karunaker and Geetha Patil of Herga Shettybettu.
The accident took place when her father was taking her to school in his bike. The bike was hit by a car and the seriously injured girl died while being taken to hospital.

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The entire town of Parkala observed a hartal  following the incident.  Hundreds of people gathered in front of the Manipal police station demanding the arrest of the car driver. Local MLA Raghupathi Bhat and SP Boralingaiah  tried to pacify the agitating public.


Legal protection on inter caste marriages - 8/18/2012

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Udupi : There is legal and constitutional protection for getting rid of the caste system, so even the police will have to give protection. Therefore, ending of caste system can be celebrated without any fear, said High court Lawyer Prof. Ravivarma Kumar. He was speaking upon inaugurating the establishment of state level inter caste marriage forum on Sunday.

 

Speaking further he said that, the Supreme Court in its instruction has mentioned that, if adult male and female get married with their mutual consent, then there is no provision for the police to interfere in it. Court has said to police that, instead they should stop who are objecting it and give protection to the couple. So there is freedom in our country for the inter caste and inter linguistic marriages. But still there are people in the society who violate the law against this freedom. So it is important to have the forums, he said.

 

 

On the inter caste marriages there are strong examples of Kota Shivarama Karantha, Poornachandra Tejaswi, Prof. Ramdas, Prof. B. Krishnappa and Prof. M.D. Nanjundaswamy. Also in the history we can see the examples of Krishna, Rama, Shiva, Valmiki, Varista for inter caste marriages, said Prof. Ravivarma Kumar.

 

The program was presided over by writer Prof. H.L. Keshavamurthy. Guests of the occasion Dr. U. Vanajakshi, Girija Balakrishna and Shashidhara Hemmadi were present on the dias. Forum Committee Member Dr. Udaya Barkur welcomed the guests and the gathering. Convener Hayavadana Moodusagri gave an introductory speech. Members Suma S. compeered the program and Nagaraja G.S. proposed vote of thanks.


Mangalore: Bishop lays foundation for 28 houses - 8/16/2012

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Mangalore: Bishop of Mangalore, Rev Dr Aloysius Paul D’Souza blessed and laid foundation for the project of constructing 28 houses at Mariashram church in Talapady on Wednesday.

 

 

The houses will be constructed for the landless poor people. The project is taken up as part of Post-Centenary Silver Jubilee celebrations of the diocese of Mangalore where 165 houses will be constructed.

 

Each house will be constructed at a cost of Rs 3.60 lakhs on a plot of 4.15 cents of land donated by the diocese.

 

Marian Project Pvt Ltd Naveen Cardoza has come forward to construct the houses at zero profit, informed a press release.


Mudarangady: Assumption Day and Independence Day celebrated. - 8/15/2012

william mendonca -sfxkutam.com The assumption of our heavenly mother was celebrated in St. Francis Xavier's Church, Kenha-Mudarangady with offering of holy mass at 8:00 a.m. today, the 15th August 2012, with a houseful congregation participating in the holy mass. Rev. Louis DSa, the parish priest, was the chief celebrant of the mass. Rev. Denis DSouza and Rev. Walter Mendonca were the other priests who joined the concelebration.

The Assumption is important to many Catholic and Orthodox Christians as the Virgin Mary's heavenly birthday (the day that Mary was received into Heaven). Her acceptance into the glory of Heaven is seen by them as the symbol of the promise made by Jesus to all enduring Christians that they too will be received into paradise.

Incidentally, India's Independence Day is celebrated on the same day to commemorate its independence from British rule and its birth as a sovereign nation on that day in 1947. The day is a national holiday in India. All over the country, flag-hoisting ceremonies are conducted by the local administration in attendance. The main event takes place in New Delhi, where the Prime Minister hoists the national flag at the Red Fort and delivers a nationally televised speech from its ramparts. In his speech, he highlights the achievements of his government during the past year, raises important issues and gives a call for further development. The Prime Minister also pays his tribute to leaders of the freedom struggle.

Accordingly, and as was being celebrated every year, the Independence Day was celebrated in St. Francis Xavier's Educational Institutions with the hoisting the flag at 9:00 a.m.  Students from both the schools participated in the celebration with attractive march fast and dances.  The correspondent of the Schools, Rev. Louis D’Sa, presided over the short-and-sweet function and hoisted the flag together with other two guest priests.  The Head Mistresses of both Kannada and English Medium Schools, the Secretary of the Parish Pastoral Parishad were present on this occasion.  In his address, Rev. Louis D’Sa called upon the students to be discipline-constious in order to build up the nation.












































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