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Mangalore varsity degree rank list out - 12/27/2011


Mangalore : Mangalore University has announced the Degree results. The rank list is as follows.


B A: Sam David (First rank), Jyothsna David Jacob Mathew (Second rank), Bijwayi K P (Third rank). All are from Brahmavara Crossland College.

B Com: Seethalakshmi from Mulki Sundararam Shetty College Shirva (First rank), Shilpa Bhandari from Canara College Mangalore (Second rank), Rashmi R Shenoy from Puttur Vivekananda College (Third rank)

B Sc: Meera from Karkala Bhuvanendra College (First rank), Ashwini Bhat from Mulki Vijaya College (Second rank), Shridevi K Hegde from Puttur St Philomena College (Third rank).

BASLP: Anuradha Shastri from Mangalore Father Mullers College (First rank), Hezal Diona Mendonsa (Second rank), B N Jayasena from Mangalore Dr M V Shetty Speech and Hearing College (Third rank)

BBM: Aparna Malya from SDM Business Management College Mangalore (First rank), Nuthan B S from St Annamma Degree College Virajpet (Second rank), Manjunath N Ingalaki from Manjunath Pai Memorial College Karkala (Third rank).

BCA: Krutika from Vijaya College Mulki (First rank), Salitha D Almeda from MGM College Udupi (Second rank), Anjali from Vijaya College Mulki (Third rank).

B Sc- Fashion Design: Justin V Thomas from Gloria College Puttur (First rank), Shyam Ravindran from Shridevi College Mangalore (Second rank), Chilambarasan from Gloria College Puttur (Third rank)

BHM: Rohit Castoline from Moti Mahal College of Management (First rank), Anurag Sharma from Sarosh Institute of Hotel Administration Mangalore (Second rank), Fernandes Dan Charles from Sarosh Institute of Hotel Administration Mangalore (Third rank).  

BHS: Vinodh Vital Prabhakar from Institute of Hotel Tourism and Science College Udupi (First rank), Ashok Kumar Pundit from Moti Mahal College of Hotel Management (Second rank), Mithesh Nayor from Moti Mahal College of Hotel Management (Third rank)

B Sc (Interior Design and Decoration): Chethan Patil from Shridevi College Mangalore (First rank), Thesniya V P from Shridevi College (Second rank), Josline Mary from Sridevi College (Third rank).   

BPEd: John Houthan H H from Physical Teachers’ Education Department, Mangalore University (First rank), Usha K R from Alva’s College Moodbidri (Second rank), Anand Kumar Mopagur from Alva’s College (Third rank).

Social Work (BSW): Athmiya Kadamba from Alva’s College Moodbidri (First rank), Sangeetha Hegde from Alva’s College (Second rank), Akshatha Rai from St Philomena College Puttur (Third rank)

B Sc (FND): Anjusha Ramachandran from Alva’s College Moodbidri (First rank), Ayisha Nada Khaji from Besant Women’s College Mangalore (Second rank), Giran Patiran Helage from Besant Women’s College (Third rank).

Human Resource Development (HRD): Shanthi S from Alva’s College (First rank), Archana N from Alva’s College (Second rank), Shaila D Jain from Alva’s College (Third rank).

LLB (three years): Abhijith V Shet from SDM Law College (First rank), Varsha from SDM Law College (Second rank), Vasudeva Kamath from SDM Law College (Third rank).

BA Law (five years): Gorgy Bose (First rank), Greeshma Rai (Second rank), An Alexander (Third rank). All are from SDM Law College Mangalore.

LLB (five years): Preethika Philinja (First rank), Prakruti Kalyanpur (Second rank), Sanoobar Fatima (Third rank). All students are from SDM Law College.

B.Ed: Dipul K P from Leelavati Shetty College Kavur (First rank), Prameela from T M A Pai College Udupi (Second rank),Mrudula M Hegde from Vivekananda College Puttur (Third Rank).


Moodubelle: NSS Camp of St. Mary’s College, Shirva Inaugurated in St. Lawrence PU College - 12/26/2011


Moodubelle: The seven day long camp of NSS volunteers from St. Marys College, Shirva was inaugurated in St. Lawrence PU College Hall on Monday, December 26, 2011 at 3 pm. Fr. Joswey Fernandes, Correspondent of St. Lawrence Educational Institutions presided over the programme. Devdas Hebbar, President of  Udupi Taluk Panchayat formally  inaugurated the camp by lighting the lamp along with other dignitaries on the dais who included Fr. Lancy Saldanha-Principal of St. Lawrence English Medium High School, Raphael Aranha-Headmaster of Chruch Aided Higher Primary School and winner of Rashtra Prashasthi, Dr. John Clarence Miranda-Principal of St. Marys College, Prof. Ronald Joseph Moras-Chief Camp Officer and NSS leaders- Deepak and Jennifer Alva.


In his introductory and welcome address, Prof. Moras traced the growth of NSS at the national level since its inception in 1969 and explained the aims and objectives of this premier  organisation and its role in shaping the personality and developing a sense of service among the students. 

After formally inaugurating the NSS Camp, Devdas Hebbar as the past students and NSS volunteer of St. Mary’s College recalled his own days  in various camps at local and national level and reminded the students what all advantages that he could obtain from those camps. He further said that if he had achieved some success in social work and political field, it chiefly due to the discipline and the sense of service that he had imbibed in himself as NSS student. He appealed the NSS volunteers to take full advantage of the camp and achieve success in life.


Fr. Lancy Saldanha, Raphael Aranha and Dr. J.C. Miranda speaking at this occasion wished success to the camp.  In his presidential address, Fr. Joswey Fernandes highlighted the need to develop an attitude of live and let others also live peacefully. He said that living in camps help students to understand each other and live in harmony and cooperation.


Ms. Rajashri Nayak, lecturer and NSS Camp officer  proposed the vote of thanks and  Ms. Pramita Rodrigues compeered the programme.


The NSS camp with 52 volunteers will continue up to January1, 2012. Besides the regular routine and social service, the students will have awareness lectures from knowledgeable resource persons. The students will also present cultural programmes in the evening.


Dr. Rajeshwari Koradkal of Aruna Clinic Moodubelle is the medical officer for the NSS Camp.

ZP member takes U-turn on UPCL issue - 12/26/2011


PADUBIDRI: The electorate who elected us to power is more important for us than our party or

its leader. I will not allow the electorate to suffer in any way due to the UPCL Company. This

was what the BJP backed Zilla Panchayat member Geetanjali Suvarna used to thunder on several

earlier occasions. Now the very same member has taken a u-turn. Geetanjali was recently seen

participating in a UPCL programme. She not only inaugurated the programme but also wished

success to the company.

Presently speculations are rife over the possible reasons for the u-turn of the ZP member.

According to one source, no sooner the ZP member plunged into the anti-UPCL agitation, the

UPCL spokesperson had contacted her and had lured her with a contract pertaining to disposal of

UPCL effluents.

Mudarangady: Joy of Christmas everywhere. - 12/25/2011

william mendoncaThe birthday of Jesus Christ, our Lord - Christmas - was celebrated in Mudarangady in a grand manner with devotion and enthusiasm to the satisfaction of everyone.  Christmas is celebrated throughout the world as it symbolizes universal brotherhood, love and peace.
On the Christmas Eve, the stage was set for the celebration.  A huge stage was erected at the church ground to serve the purpose of an alter, with 1,200 chairs to accommodate the huge crowd. The celebration was switched on with the singing of Christmas Carols at 6:30 p.m.  At 7:00 p.m., the festive solemn high mass began with the concelebration of Holy Eucharist with Rev. Abraham DSouza, S.V.D., as the chief celebrant with Rev. Denis DSouza, a retired priest from this locality and Rev. Louis DSa, parish priest.
After the holy mass, variety entertainment program was arranged.  Rev. Louis DSa, parish priest conducted the whole program and gave away prizes to the winners of various competitions, lucky draw and housi-housi.  Earlier, light refreshment – kuswar and malt - was served to all the people.
Various persons came forward as sponsors for the events of the evening and they were instrumental in making the whole celebration a grand success.

St. Francis English Medium School, Mudarangady celebrates Talents Day - 2011. - 12/23/2011

william mendonca
The school celebrated a three-day Talent Day proceedings from Wednesday, 21st to Friday, 23rd December 2011.  The celebrations started at 9:30 a.m. and ended at 4:00 p.m. each day, with stage function to start with.  On the opening day, Rev. Louis DSa, parish priest and Correspondent of the school, Rev. Henry Fernandes, parish priest of Kalathur parish, Mrs. Janet Barboza, Secretary of the Parish Pastoral Parishad, Mudarangady, Smt. Benedicta Mendonca. Headmistress of the Kannada Medium School, and Sr. Helen Mathias, Headmistress of the English Medium School were seated on the dais.  Festive atmosphere was prevailing throughout these days in the school campus with the active participation by the young students of the school.

The Talents Day celebration was inaugurated by Rev. Louis DSa, parish priest and Correspondent of St. Francis Educational Institutions at 9:30 a.m. on the school premises with a prayer song followed by Welcome speech by Mr. Renaulf Noronha, a student.  Rev. Henry Fernandes, parish priest of Kalathur parish was the chief guest.  Both the priests on the dais spoke on the occasion.

Prizes were distributed to students from LKG to IV Std. who had excelled in Proficiency, Sports, and Games arena.  Ms. Afnan, a student, proposed a vote of thanks.
Fancy dress competitions for students from LKG to IV Std. were then conducted, followed by competitions in science models, clay models, drawing, Rangoli, glass painting and craft.  Other completions included Bharathanatyam, mimicry, solo singing in Janapadageethe, Bhagavathgeethe, in Tulu and Konkani languages for students from LKG to IV Std.  At the end, there were Solo Dance competition for students from LKG to II Std.
Ms. Vijetha Jain was the comparer of the days programme.
In the other two days, competitions  were held for Fancy dress (for students V - X Std.), Solo dance (for students III - X Std.), and group singing (for students I - X Std), besides Yoga.  Other competitions for the day included Instrumental Music, Shastriya Sangeetha, and Yakshagaana. To wind up, there was an English drama - The Merchant of Venice - played by the students of the school.
Prizes were distributed to the students from VIII - X Std., who had excelled in Proficiency, and Sports and Games arena. Talents were shown by the students of I - X Std. in group dance, LKG - IV Std. in story telling, Ghazals, Dharmika Patana (in Sanskrit, Arabic, English, Konkani and Kannada), Quawwali, Solo Singing (Janapadageethe, Bhavageethe both in Tulu and Konkani for students from V - X Std.
Finally, prizes were distributed to students who have displayed their talents undisputedly during all these three days.  ...............................

Jodu Katte-Ambalapady road shut for vehicular traffic - 12/23/2011


Udupi : The Jodu Katte-Brahmagiri-Ambalpady Road will be temporarily closed for vehicular traffic for 18 days from December 22 to January 8 to facilitate widening of the road.

In a press to a release issued on Wednesday Deputy Commissioner M.T. Reju said that buses and Mangalore-bound light vehicles from Service and City Bus Stands should use the Diana Circle-Jodu Katte-Kinnimulki-Swagat Gopura-Nayarkere NGO Colony 4th Cross Road and reach National Highway 66.

The Nayarkere NGO Colony 4th Cross Road will be converted into a one-way during this period.

All shuttle and city buses coming from Mangalore, Kaup, Manchakal, Katapady and Udyavar on National Highway 66 should use Kannarpady NGO Colony 3rd Cross Road-Nayarkere Road-Swagat Gopura-Kinnimulky Road to reach Udupi. The Nayarkere NGO Colony 3rd Cross Road will be a one-way during this period.

All city buses coming from Malpe, Santhekatte, and Hoode should use the Karavali-Ambalpady Junction-Kannarpady NGO 3rd Cross Road-Swagat Gopura-Kinnimulki Road to enter Udupi.

All city buses going to Ambalpady should use the Diana Circle-Taluk Office-Kinnimulki-Swagat Gopura-Nayarkere NGO Colony 4th Cross Road-NH 66 and reach Ambalpady, the release added.

Pamboor: Christmas Get-together celebrated at Bantakal - 12/22/2011


Pamboor: Catholic Sabha Mangalore’s Holy Cross Church Pamboor Unit conducted Christmas friendly get-together at Bantakal Ganeshotsava Vedike on Tuesday. The program was presided over by Pamboor Unit President Naveen Quadros. Chief Guests present on the occasion include Karkala Jnanasudha P.U. College Lecturer Adarsha Gokhale, Udupi Minority Vedike Former President Qatib Abdul Rashid and Pamboor Church Parish Priest Rev. Fr. Charles Luis.


Inaugurating the occasion Adarsha Ghokale said that, the feeling of equality among all the religion should start at home. India is popular for peace and cooperation even from the ancient time. The principles of all the religions are the same, which is to live with peace, love and cooperation. There are many similarities between the lives of Krishna and Christ. Our children should admire the heroism of patriotic citizens, the solder who watch the border of our country and not the film stars or politicians, he said.



Qatib Abdul Rashid in his speech said that, the root of all the religions is the same and it is unfortunate that the people without studying the religious scriptures just fight with each other without actually knowing others. India is a country of cooperation and everyone should work together in building the country through social work. During the festivals, conducting this kind of friendly get together is very important, he said.


Speaking on the occasion Fr. Charles Luis gave the message of the Christ and said that, Jesus Christ who served the people who were poor and rejected by the society, which should be ideal thing to adopt in our lives. Naveen Prakash welcomed the guests and the gathering. Parish Pastoral Council Vice President Frdrick Menezes proposed vote of thanks. Secretary John D’Souza was present on the dias. Lucas D’Souza compeered the program.


The students of Bantakal Durgaparameshwari School, Pamboor Catholic School, Pamboor Manasa Centre and the members of Catholic Women’s Unit conducted various cultural programs.

Brahmavar may become new taluk: MLA - 12/21/2011


Udupi : Raghupati Bhat, MLA, said on Monday that a proposal for creation of new taluks was before the Government and Brahmavar was likely to become a new taluk headquarters in Udupi district next year.

Udupi MLA K. Raghupathi Bhat

He was speaking at an interaction programme titled 'Jago Shasak Jago' organised by the Udupi Consumers' Forum here. Some officers from the district administration participated in the programme.

Mr. Bhat said that the process of forming the new taluk hedadquarters at Brahmavar had been delayed because of problems relating to demarcation of boundaries and certain other procedures. The process of creating a new taluk headquarters at Brahmavar would begin next year. If everything went as planned, Brahmavar would become a taluk, he said.

Forum trustee A.P. Kodancha said that fee was being collected from vehicle owners even in free-parking areas in Udupi city and the time was not mentioned in the coupons given in the parking areas.

Udupi City Municipal Council (CMC) Commissioner Gokuldas Nayak said that fee was not being collected to generate revenue to the CMC, it was done to discourage vehicle owners from parking vehicles for long hours.

Bajpe police arrest Bank clerk for burglary - 12/21/2011


Mangalore : The Bajpe police have arrested a person for allegedly stealing the gold from the Bank locker on December 20, Tuesday.

The arrested is Dayakar Shetty, who is said to be the working as the clerk at Vijaya Bank of Bajpe Branch who has stolen the 500 gms of gold from the Bank Locker.

Bajpe police arrest Bank clerk

Speaking at the press meet Police Commissioner Seemanth Kumar Singh said that the Deputy General Manager of the Bank Sudhakar Shetty has given a written complaint on Dec 12 that the gold deposited in the locker between January 4, 2011 to November 5, 2011 belonged to Athika Banu, Lawrence Fernandes and Mohammed Hussain have been stolen.

Reportedly Branch Manager Harishchandra and Assistant Manager Anusuya have collected their personal amount of Rs 3,75,000 and gave to the customers to maintain their reputation.

The police officials have seized the around 460 gm of gold worth 13,50,000 from the accused.

The Bajpe police team comprising of Inspector Dinakar Shetty, Sub Inspector Ananth Murudeshwar and Assistant SI K Sitaram Gowda and Shankar Nayari, H C Prakash Murthy, P C Rama, Rajesh, Satish, Basavaraj, Santhosh, Jabbar and Jeep Driver Balachandra participated in the operation as directed by Police Commissioner Seemanth Kumar Singh, DCP Dharmayya and assistant commissioner Puttamadayya.

Bajpe police arrest Bank clerk

Udupi: Padur Residents Stage Protest against ISPRL Second Phase - 12/20/2011

MCUdupi: Leaders and members of different  parties staged a protest in front of deputy commissioner's office here on Monday December 19, against the second phase and related land acquisition process of ISPRL Padur unit.

The work on Phase One Padur ISPRL crude oil project is in completion state. Padur is a village situated near Kaup, off the national highway. The villagers have given up 200 acres of land for this union government project. But a survey process for acquision of another 700 acres for Phase II is in progress, and not many details are available. The survey began from the beginning of December, without informing the owners. The survey personnel said that this land was already acquired for the company.

The residents of Kalattur, Padur and Kutyar, under the the leadership of Janajagruti Samiti, staged a protest in front of DC office against the second phase project. Earlier, a big rally was also conducted by the people from the city bus stand to the DC office.

Kalattur Janajagruti Samiti's Prasad Shetty told the government and officials "not to test the patience of Tulunadu people. They canot tolerate injustice and have prolonged patience. We provided 200 acre land for first phase for the purpose of security. We would not agree to give 700 acres more for the extension process of second phase. If the second phase is introduced, we will stage very aggressive protests".

"If the land acquisition by the state government for the union government project would discontinue, the project would not start. With unity, we can stop the project, which is in no way going to not help for rural development," said Deviprasad Shetty, president of JDS. Former MLA Vasant V Salian, Kaup MLA Lalaji R Mendon and Udupi MLA Raghupathi Bhat also expressed their vebal suppot. were also supported by their words.

ZP president Katpady Shankar Poojary, BJP district president Uday Kumar Shetty B, Lion Jayakar Shetty Indrali, taluk panchayat president president Devdas Hebbar, Kalattur Janjagruti president Gurme Suresh Shetty Bellary, Mattar Ratnakara Hegde, former zilla panchayat president Gladys Almeida and other people were present in the protest.


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