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Philip Mudartha, Qatar
24/05/2012 06:22:38

I share in their temporal grief knowing Gracy-bai has peacefully moved on to eternal life. Eternal Rest grant her, Lord. Amen

24/05/2012 05:10:46


Charles D Mello, Pangala
23/05/2012 14:32:05

Cogratulations Little Flower School, Kanajar...to succeed in one life...medium of education is not important...!!??? It is important how much you learn from the school.....language is not important at all...if you see many of the Germans, Japanese, Italians can not speak English but they are on top. It is our attitude makes us great. For example, I studied in kannada medium and now I can face any English Guy s...need not be in language but in Engineering...!!??

Charles D Mello, Pangala
23/05/2012 14:14:12

Kuwait d itthinakul poora sapoora kaddilakka aaperaa..???? Anyway it is a good competition by Tulu koota.

Charles D Mello, Pangala
23/05/2012 13:54:47

In my previous comment I forgot to agree with my freind Ronald Sabi s comment....I agree with him whole heartedly.

Charles D Mello, Pangala
23/05/2012 13:51:17

I am surprised to see this news on Belle Vision. I was thinking the water shortage is in big Cities like Bangalore or towns like Mangalore. But our Udipi is surrounded by villages whereby still farming is going on and there are open wells, fields, ponds and bunds which can help in rain water harvesting by default. I am wrong in my thinking...unless we take drastic measures towards rain water harvesting in our villages like Belle, Pangala, Shirva, Bantakal, Kanajar, perdoor, Karkal, Nitte..etc. etc..we are heading for a famine.

Charles D Mello, Pangala
23/05/2012 13:34:24

Dr. Austin Prabhu was a leader and is leader and will be a leader. Congratulations Dr. Austin Prabhu

Charles D Mello, Pangala
23/05/2012 13:27:33

Chanting Mantra s wont help in getting rain. s long as we kill our greenery in the name of development and not planting any trees in replacement...one day we will be like Gulf countries whereby rain is not seen very much. Gulf countries have fossil fuel from which they can turn sea water into potable water..!!!???? But we can not afford such a expenditure..!!!???

Charles D Mello, Pangala
23/05/2012 13:16:40

I disagree with Mr.Philip Mudartha, Qatar .... BV is equally good as DW but we (including me) have been glued to DW because of the news -ve and ve......My blood group is also AB ve and I have also moved to the country where u live in. Although BV was the first media I saw,when I started my internet viewing way back in 1997or 1996, I am glued to DW. ve and -Ve news is part and parcel of our life. We can not expect everything must be ve in life.BV is doing a good job..it is only a matter of time.

Charles D Mello, Pangala
23/05/2012 12:53:25

I am very sad that our childhood is wasted....we could not enjoy like this..!!! I still don t know what a rave party is.....BUT I KNOW HAVING FUN IN RENV (SAND)...!!?????

Charles D Mello, Pangala
23/05/2012 12:45:22

Which is better if we consider Humanity...Selling the child (or giving the child away) or Widower lady and two children dying in poverty..???? I feel the lady has taken a difficult decision but the right one.

Florine, US
23/05/2012 12:12:00

Congratulations Terry and Austin!

Philomena Pereira,, Bangalore/Dubai
23/05/2012 12:04:51

Dear Alphonse, I read the Article many times and eagerly waiting for the second edition. History is my favourate subject and all the more because it is about us Konkanas. I did not know that our ancestors actually migrated from Goa and was always under the impression that the Canara Brahmins were conveted forcefully. Thank you for bringing the facts to our knowledge. I have forwarded this to all my friends and all Association members in Bangalore. Knowing you closely, following all your articles, hats off to you. You have dedicated a large amount of your time for our Konkani community.

Joy lobo, moodubelle/mangalore
23/05/2012 11:28:36

It is a excellent result from St. Lawrence PU College. Congrats to the Principal Fr. Paul, to all students and also to all the faculty.

Florine, US
23/05/2012 09:46:07

Mr. Philip I disagree with your comment advising the webmaster not to post certain facets of the society. What you like to read may not interest everyone. People have different tastes and interests so the BV site caters to everyone what is the problem? If there is a robbery in the town by the publishing in the media, the purpose of the news is to inform the people to be cautious and vigilant and not giving them ideas to rob. Even by highlighting on the crime it increases people's awareness and thus come together to find a solution how the crime could be stopped. I was watching a 'crime petrol' episode focused on human trafficking. This 16 year old was able to stop her neighbor from getting into their hands since some NGO's had come to her school and briefed these girls on how to look out for these social evils. It is not something to be considered as low or high value as everything cannot be measured in respect of appreciating or depreciating value. It's learning through awareness and bringing a change in the society.

Jennifer, Urwa / Dubai
23/05/2012 06:54:26

Congratulations and God bless you adn yoru family with all your endeavours!

Natasha, Shivabagh
23/05/2012 06:14:38

This is indeed a relief for all of us, I hope authorities do not neglect other areas of Shivabagh which are also in need of such roads. Old people are suffering with back pain with improper roads and lots of pot holes along the path. I hope the corporator concretes the entire road.

Philip Mudartha, Qatar
23/05/2012 04:40:45

A apt, timely and well written feature on hobbies. One of my hobbies is to comment here, elsewhere and anywhere..:D

Philip Mudartha, Qatar
23/05/2012 04:38:16

@Sabi, I belong to group on Facebook that we call B ve, though my blood group is AB . The members write original or share ve articles, news, comments etc. I first got this story there and sent it to BV as a commment. Later, I was pleased to see BV posting the story from original source. I thank and congratulate BV for the ve approach. My request to BV is to increase ve stories of relevance to social change and political reform, and give least or no publicity to -ve aspects such as crime, theft, squabbles, celebrity gossips, elite controversies and such low value but high eyeball capturing ones.
As for leadership, Belle has has good leaders; only they have to learn. As the saying goes, one has to come out of a painting to take a look at it and evaluate it. Our leaders will learn to come out of their silos only with continued pressure from those outside the silo. Such as you, I and others..:D

vivian, dubai
23/05/2012 02:56:30

Now a days Face Book killing all our hobbies...Nice Article Mr Francis Saldanha

Alphonse Mendonsa, Pangla/Abu Dhabi
23/05/2012 02:16:46

It is very interesting article on pursuing Hobbies. yeah, we don t need a big investment to start a hobby and most of us have certain hobbies like collecting stamps, reading books, writing articles, etc. Some do prefer like fishing and hunting which involves a lot of time if one can afford. Thanks Mr. Francis, is good reminder for us to continue our hobbies with a little more dedication and interest.

Francis J. Saldanha, Moodubelle / Bahrain
23/05/2012 01:57:18

KKR s long wait for reaching the final of India s prestigious Cricket Tournament IPL is over when they beat Delhi Daredevils convincingly, though the process was not easy. At one stage when KKR were struggling to put up a decent score on the board, it appeared, DD had the match in their pocket but the blitzkrieg of Yusuf Pathan came in at the right time to pose a very competitive total. However, the bowlers - Kallis Sunil in particular very well supported by Balaji, Abdullah and Shakib did the trick for KKR. KKR s Bowling has been quite good throughout this tournament and yesterday perhaps it touched the peak. Kudos to KKR's bowling Coach Wasim Akram. It was good to watch Gambhir marshalling the bowlers. What I feel is it was a mistake to send Pawan Negi before Ross Taylor and Irfan. Some of the wrong decisions made by DD were appalling; especially Irfan Pathan was the best option @ No 6. But V.Sehwag didn’t send him up in the batting order. One more spinner might have been handy for DD. Hope DD will beat MI or CSK and reaches the final on Sunday.

Ronald Sabi, Moodubelle
23/05/2012 01:35:39

What a modern village. Looking at the potential if there is dedication...Moodubelle can measure upto this level if not more. Who will take the leadership?
A copy of this news clip is a must read for all the villages.

Benedict Noronha, Udupi
22/05/2012 22:21:38

Very good advise to the working people Mr Francis Saldanha. This kind of hobbies can be taken up by any one and help keep up good health and reduce tension and Medical bills. Keep it up.

Eugene DSouza, Moodubelle
22/05/2012 16:14:58

As a follow-up of an earlier article on his experience of growing Cherry tomatoes, Francis Saldanha has presented another useful and thought provoking write-up.

Stany Martis, Moodubelle / Kuwait
22/05/2012 10:34:30

Honestly I knew this kind man since 1989. Very simple, he is a real model and true samaritian. God bless Mr. Nityanand and keep the good work towards to the modern society.

Ronald Sabi, Moodubelle
22/05/2012 07:58:08

I would say we lack in terms of conservation of water. If we can save 3 to 5% of rain water flowing into the sea, some of such damage can be minimized. Effective planning of water resources is playing a major role here. Otherwise 'as the number of houses and apartments on the rise we will be thirsty more and more for water in future' while the politicians and rich will get away with money power and their stinking advise! There are several Anekatta in Udupi district not functioning at all!! What a waste of public money!! Harvesting with such water will elevate the water table levels. Until people unite and raise voice, situation will go from bad to worse with each passing year. Yes, we have no control over rain. But working towards a solution is certainly under our control.

Prasad, Mumbai
22/05/2012 02:19:28

Every individual should be given equal treatment if Sharukh Khan is guilty then he should be punished even if he is bollywood star.

Francis J. Saldanha, Moodubelle / Bahrain
21/05/2012 02:46:56

The IPL has been dogged by controversies in recent days, be it the spot-fixing scandal, the SRK brawl at the Wankhede or the Pomersbach arrest. All is not well with the IPL – 5 or its players. It should end soon enough! Whose birth-day they were celebrating why with the drugs girls? The Indian youth will be misled by the young players like Rahul Sharma and would believe that the drugs

Noel Francis Lewis, Kinnigoli/Dubai
21/05/2012 00:37:33

Few people are very special in this world. Shahrukh s fame is not just because of his movies. His personal life is crystal clear unlike other movie stars of Bollywood/Hollywood. I support him as a good human being. I am not at all a fan of SRK, i admire him as a person. If you say it was media who made him this big star or given fame, Then sorry, i would like to say that, IT WAS MEDIA WHO MADE THIS INCIDENT HUGE!!!

Philip Mudartha, Qatar
21/05/2012 00:23:59

Our reverse osmosis plant supplies 20-litre cans to houses for a token cost of Rs 4. These are bare essentials for a standard life today and why should our village be behind,” claims the village sarpanch Hemant Patel, 29. The village panchayat had a capital of Rs 25,000 five years ago. Today, the deposits have soared to Rs 75 lakh. “The turn-around happened when we sold part of our grazing land as plotted schemes to various communities. The money is deposited in government coffers,” says Patel. The village received rewards from the central government and the state governments recently.
District development officer Ravi Arora told TOI, “There is not a single family in Punsari which has an NRI family member. The village has just managed its accounts well and villagers here agreed on a co-operative approach to development.”
Jascinta Aranha, Ida Gibba D Souza, Devdas Hebbar, Harish Shetty, and or any other person resident in our Grama who wants to put propserity and peaceful living as the sole purpose, may do well to explore or research this model. If required, a trip to the panchayat will not cost heavens. The GP can afford that trip, as long as results are shown after that!

Philip Mudartha, Qatar
21/05/2012 00:19:00

A village that puts metros to shame! Sans NRI Funds, Punsari Has Wi-fi, RO, CCTVs And Insurance For All by Bharat Yagnik | TNN
Ahmedabad:Think of an Indian village and what comes to mind are images of mooing cows, open drains and children playing ants and frog games. But, Punsari, a motley village in Himmatnagar, talks about wifi and optical fiber broadband network, its children spend best of their times in air-conditioned classrooms with CCTV cameras. The village also boasts of its own mini-bus transport system and there are 25-odd CCTVs located on important junctions to spot litterbugs.
If you think this village is drenched in NRI funds, think again. Not a single rupee has come from across the seven seas, instead the village managed its funds over the last five years that it received from central and state sponsored developmental schemes.
“The village panchayat pays an annual premium of Rs 25 lakh against insurance for each of the 6,000 villagers who have a cover of Rs 1 lakh and a mediclaim policy of Rs 25,000. Our schools have zero dropout rates, CCTV cameras in classrooms help us keep watch on teachers in classrooms. Our reverse osmosis plant(continued)

Florine, Moodubelle/US
20/05/2012 18:16:36

Why do you support this actor when he is totally on the wrong side of the fence? SRK would not have been anything without the media hype and Cricket/movie crazy fans. How could you be sure that the characters he portrays in movies, he lives in real life too? Movies are fiction and for entertainment, its better to forget once you're out of the movie theater. It's clear in the picture that SRK was totally drunk and screeching his lungs out at the poor security guard who was just doing his duty. As per the rules it seems that nobody should be allowed to the ground whether he's an owner or some celebrity, then is he above the law of the land? As a public figure he needs to behave in public. In recent months how many times he's been abusive towards others? He slapped Shirish Kunder, then he smoked publicly while in Jaipur, he was detained by the immigration authorities in US and made huge hue and cry about it. How many times have we heard US authorities detaining people with "Khan" last name? There are millions of people with that last name but not a single incidence. He was detained as his shows were sponsored by those who are linked with terrorist organizations.

Shivakumar G K, Bahrain
20/05/2012 15:04:42

Thank you Mr. Joel for the report, I take this opportunity to thank one and all for making this event a grand success, may lord basavesha bless all with good health,peace,harmony and prosperity

Ajmal, Kasaragod
20/05/2012 13:47:51


Philip Mudartha, Qatar
20/05/2012 13:26:27

#2. Another engineer, 42, paid 45 lakh rupees to acquire 50 cents dry-land in Permude touching Bajpe-Kateel road. It will remain vacant, hoping it will appreciate. This is anti-thesis of story #1..not what I recommend, but to each his own!

Philip Mudartha, Qatar
20/05/2012 13:22:10

I have two stories today:
1. An engineer, 39, returns to manage a 100-acre plus agro-farm in Jarkhand. He invested 1.5 crore to acquire farms and equip with agro-machinery, borewells, pumps, and first crop seeds. These lands were left fallow by previous owners who emigrated to cities-based jobs. He tells me that the farm will focus on vegetables, grains, pulses and fruits. Workforce: not a problem! he will manange!!

Philip Mudartha, Qatar
20/05/2012 13:14:14

Wishing the prodigy well.

Noel Francis Lewis, Kinnigoli/Dubai
20/05/2012 11:52:58

I am almost sure about this case. It was very natural situation. Myself have witnessed these kind of fights a lot many times in several occassions. Since i have not witnessed this scene in my eyes i will not talk more on this. But indeed when our loved ones fall into such trouble (turned political/legal now)it really bothers us.

Mervin D souza, Belman / Abudhabi
20/05/2012 09:22:19

Hearty congratulations to President and all the members of vamanjooreans, UAE for delivering a wonderful program. It was entertainment all the way with superb music and songs also mixed with meaningful message by Msgr. Edwin Pinto.At the same time it was a fantastic effort by Bellevision to webcast the whole program for the viewers all over the world.

H M Pernal, Mangalore
20/05/2012 05:29:27

The crisp report , photos and Slides - Very nice presentation. All the best to Vamanjooreans UAE.

Francis J. Saldanha, Moodubelle / Bahrain
20/05/2012 05:25:59

It hurts when you like someone and he gets into some trouble for bad behavior in public. This is one side of the story but nobody is looking at the other side of it!!(Security personnel)!
We in India have many legends in their respective fields who have gone through difficulties in their public and professional lives, but pride themselves on their public behavior. So it is high time that people should read the biographies of these people and in turn worship them as opposed to supporting wrong doing.

President and Committee members,, Belle Vision,UAE, Dubai
20/05/2012 03:39:55

Dear President and comm.members, Very very fantastic and memorable program. we enjoyed a lot with songs,dance and mimicry. Rony D cunha was at his usual best. Presence of V.Rev. Fr. Msgn Edvin and Religious sisters presence made the function more gracious. Well done. Keep it up.

President and Committee members,, Vamanjooreans,UAE
20/05/2012 01:15:52

We would like to say a big Thank you to all the sponsors, parishioners, musicians, singers, dancers, Actors, Mc, media and guests for supporting, attending and volunteering our family day event Tunes in Dunes". Special thanks to our Guests Msgr Edwin Pinto, Sr Maria Goretti and Rohan Monterio. We treasure the enthusiasm, effort and talent you have put into the event to make it a huge success. Your contribution shall definitely make a difference to help the needy back home. I hope you would continue to support us on all our future endeavors. "We thank God every time we remember you. In all our prayers for all of you, we always pray with joy."

Noel Francis Lewis, Kinnigoli/Dubai
20/05/2012 00:44:20

Franky uncle, believe me, most of the times SRK forgets that he is a celebrity. He is really a family man. He was just a common man on that day. A angry father. Just imagine some security guards pushing your 2 daughters, or behaving rude with children in any function. I bet you, you would question them. And if it is a CELEBRATION time, In excitement you also might abuse them a little. Trust me uncle!!! He was right..Since I am well versed with SRK s biography, I could tell this much..

Benedict Noronha, Udupi
20/05/2012 00:12:35

One of the excellent programmes put up Bellevision for the benefit of its viewers. Tunes and Dunes is a fine piece to watch. Audio could not be enjoyed for some constraints. Yet what we saw is sweet but unseen and heard must be sweetr. Well done Vamanjooreans. V.Rev. Fr. Msgn Edvin s presence is indeed made the function gracious. Well done. Keep it up.

Bhavani natraj, Australia
19/05/2012 22:43:41

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Philip Mudartha, Qatar
19/05/2012 14:56:51

A news story is requested on this vented dam.
Construction of Vented dam t Kattingeri Dindottu of Belle Village Taluk District.
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Charles D Mello, Pangala
19/05/2012 13:18:13

I feel there must not be any talks with these pilots until they resume work. Even after hey resume work enquiry must be conducted and any erring pilot must be sacked.

Philip Mudartha, Qatar
19/05/2012 12:14:00

At this minute, 47 congratulatory comments and 107 likes endorsing your emotions of pride on the occasion. I am among one among 47; yet, I thought it fit to publicly reinforce your vision for Kanajar. I have personal happiness at this moment of your success. There are a handful of students in this school, whose future is my own mission. Under Seona and UC Paulose, may your brainchild bring greater glory to this tiny rural community.

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