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Muhammad Naseer, Alain
17/08/2012 13:08:36

I hope this eid we are enjoy here in alain.I like to work here .All people here very good .i love this country and my pakistan too much.

arun, blore
17/08/2012 10:43:56

It must be panicking!!

arun, gonikoppal
17/08/2012 09:05:07

Sir plz give us 10carry over. we all are should go to be in final year just bcoz of 1 suject v have lost 1 year plz plz plz offer us 10 carry over!!

Philip Mudartha, Qatar
17/08/2012 06:00:44

Read a story, Arise Mangalore http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/business/india-business/Lured-by-cheaper-cost-many-Indians-opt-for-Chinese-medical-colleges/articleshow/15527391.cms

Louis Lobo, Mangalore
17/08/2012 04:48:13

Hi Saby You have reminded our trip to chamonix Mont-Blanc in 2003. The place is awesome. Feel like to go again in this summer. Nice photographs and write up.

Charles D Mello, Pangala
17/08/2012 03:46:20

Hi Ronald Saby...Nice photographs...even I enjoyed Switzerland as you enjoyed by going through photographs.

Alphonse Mendonsa, Pangla/Abu Dhabi
17/08/2012 01:45:14

I knew this was going on for several years but none could act as he is minister in UPA. I hope some one will be able to strict action now on this issue and remove Praful from cabinet. It is all done to favour Private Operators and putting the National Airliner to a huge loss. Our National Leaders are great.. Salute our National Leaders?????? or .....??? it is up to you reader.

Srinivas Bangera, Mumbai
16/08/2012 23:43:19

Congrats!! great celebration. Nice to see you all in picture. love u all!!

Benedict Noronha, Udupi
16/08/2012 23:30:48

Very grand celebrations of St Lawrence Institutions. I am very glad to see Ronald Sabi and his beloved as chief guests at the Junior college Function. it is a great event and now we must try to keep up our Independence from the clutches of the bad economy. Let us pray for that.

Adnan, Bagerhat
16/08/2012 15:36:28

Just devil!!!

16/08/2012 12:39:15

wow.,, very nice to see the indepedence day function.. hats off to you,,jai hind,,

amrut, ilkal
16/08/2012 11:34:03

sir plz give 15 subject carry over sir plz ..its my humble request

veena pinto, mangalore
16/08/2012 07:51:25

Very nice to see the Independence day functions celebrated in schools and college and specially at St. Lawrence English Medium High School, Moodubelle and the chief guest Mrs.Roshini Saldanha hoisted the national flag and the independence day message is symbolise national unity and progress of out nation.

Amith, Abu dhabi
16/08/2012 02:19:33

Mr Philip , its true i have your genes and i always regarded you as a bench mark for youngsters like me to achieve success in whatever we do with sheer persistance , Iam proud of you and Wish we could as pamboorians can do something to our village , it has lost all the glory of the past . the fields have long dried up and urge to shout QOOOOOO for the pump to start and to attract attention from across the river has long dried up . the buffaloes have gone.. the cows are scarce ..the spirit is diminishing , the walks to the church through the fields , rocks ,are a distant memory , walking to belle just to get some golibajes , the wait for the grandfather to return from his belle trip knowing he will bring golibajes , running upto him when we spot him far off walking among the lush green fields , the smell of the fertiliser , the morning gruel with lonche and home made curds , the mangoes , the palponos , the jackfruits ..all are a distant memory.. continue your good work and reviving our memories..

Ivan, Moodubelle
16/08/2012 02:17:42

Mr. Sabi you have now become Yash Chopra of Moodubelle. :)

Lavina Nazareth, Permude
16/08/2012 02:03:01

Nice one...

Francis J. Saldanha, Moodubelle / Bahrain
16/08/2012 01:27:17

Another side of the STORY!! How interesting¦.I for one is definitely very much interested Sir, so please go-ahead¦ Thanks.

Dr. B.M. Prakash, Bandekodigenahalli, Bangalore north tq
15/08/2012 23:45:59

Dear Sir/madam
I have applied for ration card on 25th Dec 2011, application no. is 1350094, name B. M. Prakash, I got a message 2 month back, but I dont know where to go and how to produce my biometric documents, please tel me in this regard at the earliest and oblige.
B.M. Prakash

Melwyn D Souza, Dubai
15/08/2012 22:49:25

Dear Philip, please go ahead and write series of articles on these host cities. Wish you nice weekend.

Philip Mudartha, Qatar
15/08/2012 15:50:22

I would like to comment again on the oft-repeated SPOILING NAME AND FAME emotions. This is called the IMAGE CURSE. We are conscious of our image, how we are perceived, how it will affect Mangalore BRAND. It is marketing, money and profits that is lurking in our sub-conscious. But,if we pause a while and ask WHAT ABOUT THE PEOPLE? What is the use of name and fame for a tea-boy, bartender, lift-man, auto driver, police constable, and such ordinary folks if their lives do not get better? That UPA government guided by Sonia Gandhi coined a slogan for it: INCLUSIVE growth. Like her mother-in-law did: GARIBI HATAO. But, a disconnect between sloganeering and implementing. It is tragic that a LESS inclusive party is given an opportunity to play its games which helps it to capture governmental power by playing up the emotions.

Philip Mudartha, Qatar
15/08/2012 15:35:48

Beyond the glitz and glamour of Olympics as the greatest sporting event, the individual, team and national glory and pride, is another story. Having been to Athens, London and Rio a couple of times, the cities that have hosted Olympic editions, I have an urge to write that OTHER story. A extended weekend due to Eid awaits me with lots of spare time on hands..are you interested?

Theresa Lobo, Kattingeri / Mumbai
15/08/2012 11:22:52

Great article! Its a joy to have known Mr. Clement. To have reached where he has with humility and courage is something that deserves respect.
We are proud of you and congratulate you Mr. Clement!

THERESA LOBO, Belle.Mumbai
15/08/2012 11:06:23

Good to know the development.Keep it up.

Manoj, Moodubelle/Dubai
15/08/2012 10:44:53

Good One Sabi, After reading and seeing those amazing picture felt like we had a virtual tour to Europe.

ashok, bagalakot
15/08/2012 07:34:35

sir plz give 15 subject carry over sir plz its a humble requst plzz plz plz plz

Francis J. Saldanha, Moodubelle / Bahrain
15/08/2012 07:34:21

Mudartha Sir, Thanks for the compliment. The hills are still around, but the will is to be cultivated , very true!!! I still have my small house in Red hill¦but sadly no energy left in me to cultivate my will now at this age except that a game of cricket on week-end, hence only to do the write up with little sports knowledge. As I mentioned in my article It's time we backed our Olympic sports and Olympians as the only way to go for India is up and realistically aims to bring its medal tally into at least double digits in 2016! In India, every parent wants their sons or daughters to be a doctor and an engineer, IIM graduate or even to be in US or UK. (no offense here for you and me!) No one considers sports an alternative. I have seen a lot of people leaving sports for IT careers. We do have lot of talent but unless we change this attitude of ours, we won't get¦.. Kudos! To all the Indian Olympians who participated in the London games. Hope that they will again give their best in 2016 and bring glory to the country.

Benedict Noronha, Udupi
15/08/2012 06:26:21

Dear Sabi, I was lookig for you at Belle and you were far away. Any way you gave us a feast of scenes of wonderful natural beauties by photography and rich food of information. I felt I travelled with you to all the vallies mountains. But for your sharing it with B.V. the viewers could not have seen these beautiful Places. wonderful job. keep it up. Thank you for your fine work.

Edward Barboza, Kanajar / Auckland
15/08/2012 05:55:52

Hi Saby Porbu,

Thank you for spending your valuable time and publishing such a interesting article and excellent pictures.

Edward Barboza

Alphonse Mendonsa, Pangla/abu Dhabi
15/08/2012 05:28:52

I was expecting your beautiful pic dear Francis. I tried to upload mine but unfortunately message appeared. Old man Out!!!!!

I am telling you this site is genius, it recognizes, age, face and person...new technology...

Gananath B Shetty, Nandikur/ Mumbai
15/08/2012 05:00:12

We must appreciate the courage of Baba Ramdev for taking the challenge to expose the deep corruption,Black money in the present Govt. other politicians.
Baba Ramdev is doing a great job, as a responsible citizen of India we should support him demand Govt. to come clean on these issues

Fr Paul Sequeira, Moodubelle
15/08/2012 04:50:35

Mr Ronald Sabi,Congratulations for making the trip to Switzerland other parts of Europe.The Photos express nature s bounty capturing them is marvellous.

Alphonse Mendonsa, Pangla/Abu Dhabi
15/08/2012 03:18:06

Wow Sabi, breath-taking photographs. yes, even after another 100 years our roads will remain same. Politics-corruption go hand in hand and only greedy are filling their stomachs. good naration of Mont-Blanc with a past history. Wonderful photographs of high altitude bridges and roads a marvelous to watch and enjoy. Hats off to the photographers??? Great job guys. One of the best travelogue i read recently..

Philip Mudartha, Qatar
15/08/2012 02:07:11

..activist against western culture. He has no children and has not remarried. For him, I have become an untouchable enemy of sorts, because the woman he hates and I worship a common God, who is the cause of his misfortune. Sadly, he misses the central point that a marriage is not a one-way street compromise.

Values-Indian or American, Hindu or Christian, Traditional or Modern- may contribute to successful marriage, but two hearts that beat for each other holds the key. External manifestations and rituals of culture are not necessary to define the soul; there is lot more to the character of a soul than a jug of bhang, a twig of grass and a bite into clandestine buffalo-meat.

Every Indian political intellectual, the new clergy of political fundamentalism describing themselves as true secularists and saviors of our great universal culture, have a wounded soul harboring a bruised ego from a personal experience. They are exalted high priests with feet of clay.

This rambling story is to stress again, ad nauseum, the central theme. Change must come from within. Blame game, pointing fingers, wanting to kill and maim each other, teaching lessons to each other are fear and hate

Philip Mudartha, Qatar
15/08/2012 02:02:58

Francis, My best friend and I lived in adjacent rooms joined with an interconnecting door. We cooked and ate together to the dismay of caste conscious Brahmins. He belonged to highest echelon of Kota Brahmins, but became an untouchable as a favor to me. That was forty years ago in Udupi. Occasionally, we ate at a Bunt restaurant. The Shetty fed us buffalo (zoon mataro reddo) meat labeled as mutton with steamed ukdo red rice. When we did not have a rupees, cost of two buffalo meals, we trespassed into Advocate Rego's compound, and hang around until kind old Mrs. Rego spotted us and fed real beef. We graduated, went our ways, and ran into each other in New York after five years, both of us twenty-five years old. He had a young wife, a native blonde pretty woman. I was single but would not mingle. I had promised marriage to a na've, dusky, homely Bombay girl from my own Mangalorean Catholic Community, whom I would marry two years later. I am still married to the old hag and have grown-up sons in their early thirties who refuse to fall for girls, blonde or MCC. My jyati-bhrashta Kota Brahmin is cuckolded and divorced. He has returned home to become a born again activist

Eugene DSouza, Moodubelle
14/08/2012 20:45:07

Thanks Sabi for great write up and excellent pictures of beautiful place and mountains.

Philip Mudartha, Qatar
14/08/2012 14:30:02

Great Visuals, Sabi. Now, don t tell em you need warm wine a minus 5, chilled beer tastes just too good!

Francis J. Saldanha, Moodubelle / Bahrain
14/08/2012 11:28:15

So most of them (these days) at least convey their objections/opinions and sometimes on a very rare occasion some support only on electronic media which is nothing but…a temporary gesture! So it is always going to be- all noise and heat but little light¦.

Francis J. Saldanha, Moodubelle / Bahrain
14/08/2012 11:27:01

The article written by Mr. Philip is giving us an inside views of our real happenings of this historically very well known Mangalore to know how it was then and it is now. As we all know seeing all these difficult but yet avoidable clashes between the so called self proclaimed groups, who are spoiling the name and fame of this city to disturb the peaceful atmosphere. Now then, when all of a sudden these sort unforeseen and politically motivated incidents takes place suddenly everyone try to sympathize with the victims to show that they are very much concerned but after a while nobody is there to carry on with the investigations to the higher level to find a legal solution and punish the culprits. The damages caused by these unimaginable incidents will definitely expose the law and order of the government machinery and it will instill a fear factor on each and everyone. When we see the Indian judiciary system which is only effective in the long run will not help either to bring back the confidence for a peaceful living at the earliest.

Charles D Mello, Pangala
14/08/2012 10:44:04

Nana Enchina Madmeye..???

Francis J. Saldanha, Moodubelle / Bahrain
14/08/2012 09:44:02

Congratulations! B.V. for this novel idea of Cute-kid photo contest on the occasion of celebrating a decade of service to some of the worthy causes especially the support extended to the needy children in Moodubelle educational institutions and the needy families but also in the field information, with the latest news, views and advertisements. Now with this Cute-kid photo contest it will reach out to all the Kannadiga families all round the world to participate and would evoke good response from the readers for sure. Thanks BV for this new venture and wish you all the very best, in the mean time looking forward to the cute Kannadiga baby who will eventually win this coveted prize. Good Luck to all the participating Kiddies¦. BTW sorry, I and Mudartha Sir are not in the fray but not so¦. sure about Alphs!!!

wrestlingroots, USA
14/08/2012 09:36:22

Great photo essay! Looking forward to seeing more in Rio 2016. - wrestlingroots. org

Veronica Alick, New Delhi
14/08/2012 06:18:39

Nice coverage of the closing ceremony,and thank you for giving information to all the viewers .
Keep up the good work. All the best.

Philip Mudartha, Qatar
14/08/2012 03:31:25

Mangalore and its neighborhood is experiencing a DEVELOPMENT CURSE akin to the RESOURCE CURSE of Bellary district.
In Bellary the people who FEEL exploited do not have the elected government on their side. In Mangalore, the elected government is FEELING that their vote bank is the people who have not benefitted from the fruits of development. Culture, religion and future of civilization are nice apealing words. So, also arise, unite against hooliganism are of the other camp. Both camps should leave the police alone, if only they did that, the police will ACT impartially. they are PARALYSED because of conflicting pressures.

Philip Mudartha, Qatar
14/08/2012 02:27:28

..that today world is controlled by power of communication. It is important to develop knowledge, skills and positive attitudes to achieve success..
That sums it all.It is important not to treat young as intelligent to grasp complex concepts, articulate in catchy language (words and body) and exhuberant style laced with self-confidence. Good workshop

Philip Mudartha, Qatar
14/08/2012 02:20:43

We have begun to not awe-struck by cricket and films to a diverse field of entertainment. In fact, the dismal performance in hockey should be veiwed in positive light, as the non-traditional sports are attracting sponsors and viewers, cheerleaders and fans. It is like Ouur late Abrose in Belle giving up frog race and sack race and introduing volleyball, kho-kho, track events, pull-ups, and a lot more while I was still at the high school.
Our region should produce some sprinters, for this to happen, the hills are still around, but the will is to be cultivated. In my time hills and will were there, but opportunity was not.
Francis, you have done well, to compile and add personal touch. That is why I too add a little more of personal touch, though at risk of being a couch potato for now..

Philip Mudartha, Qatar
14/08/2012 02:12:45

At the beginning of this year, being there in London to watch and cheer was on mind, the plans for which had to be shelved. I chose bread, butter and more over the pleasure such events bring us.

I am a Samba afficianado. I lo-o-o-ve girls too; spicier the better. both dancing and crooning ones. I am also a Carioca, an honorary one, bestowed on me ten years ago for my love of Caipirinha cocktails and carefree love of life (and death. So, I must preserve myself till 2016 for Rio, my favorite city in the world. It is time I begin looking for a girlfriend earnestly from today to house me since hotels are going to be crazily priced. Unless, I plan on camping out on Copacabana or Maracona. Which is not a bad idea. One does not need too many clothes and does not need to bathe much anyways while in Brazil..:D

About Indian Olympics future, Indians have woken up t the glamor, money and prestige the competetion brings. It is my hope India will bid at least for 2028 edition and prepare for it from now, though 2032 seems a possibility. From London, India can only look forward; not backwards. The money is there, our focus is shifting from roti, kapda and makaan.

Robert Castelino, Moodubelle/Bahrain
14/08/2012 01:58:35

Hi Francis,
Nice report on the event LONDON OLYMPIC 2012.Very informative narrated well.Looking forward to view more articles from you in this website.Wish all the best keep writing.

Lucy Rodrigues, Moodubelle/Andheri, Mumbai
14/08/2012 01:30:45

Great job. I wish you all the best dear BV team. Thank you and God bless you.

Eugene DSouza, Moodubelle
13/08/2012 20:07:17

Dear Francis Saldanha, your coverage of Olympic Games 2012 was excellent.It is indeed heartening to know that your participation in games while in school and college helped you to appreciate and compile articles of the Olympic Games 2012. Keep it up... all the best...

dawood, mangalore
13/08/2012 17:52:42

it wil be a very big help if u increase the carryover to 10backs..i have 9 backs please make it to 10backs atleast..its a humble request..please please

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