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Prasad Naik, Bhatkal
05/07/2012 06:50:25

It’s good.

shashi kumar, bangalore
05/07/2012 05:15:40

Congrats Pritviraj

Ronald Sabi, Moodubelle
05/07/2012 01:30:21

Compared to our politicians...they are far far better! They possess simple and humble attitude! In India...chelas show off more than ministers! Had they ruled India 20 years moreŚwe would have had better roads and trains and less corruption!

saleem, mangalore
05/07/2012 00:59:06

i like to join u r website

Pramila Roshan Madtha, mudubelle
05/07/2012 00:10:25

Buddys Good to see the cause Keep the spirit. We need to promote this social service Via our Wards at least if each of the ward plants 10 saplings it will creat a new Era

wavettore, Italy
04/07/2012 23:27:44

The Progressive Science of Wavevolution reveals the existence of One God as it was not possible until now for Religions and traditional science. Wavevolution shows how the energy movement in atoms and in waves is identical. Thus, the Creation is revealed by one same movement. We can now define this behavior as One Law, or One Direction or also One Will since It remains unchanged from the beginning. The source of attraction between two opposite and complementary elements is the same Law or Will that provides for the existence of One Order in the Universe. All forms of energy in the Universe are orchestrated by a constant rearrangement of their magnetic fields as if they were the many pawns moving mechanically in One eternal Chess Game played by the same Hand. The discovery of the existence of One Universal Law and One Order in the Universe that had one beginning (Big Bang) not caused by Humankind confirm as a consequence the existence of One Creator. Erroneously, traditional science explains that all energy existing in the Universe converged in One Point about 14 billion years ago It is time for a new Science to hold hand with Religion.

Benedict Noronha, Udupi
04/07/2012 22:49:12

It is God s wrath that is working against Mr Gowda. His Government has denied the Phgysically handicapped their due pension for 10 moths @ a rate of Rs. 1000 a month for no good reason thant corruption at lover levels of officers. His secretariate has not been responding to representations for months together. The Old and ailing pensioners must be praying for a change and God , it is said, hears the prayers of the unfortunate. These selfish leadrs must be dealth with like this only. BSY also faced Challenging God. God is balancing every body every thing.

Raja Govinda M, Jalsur
04/07/2012 13:55:24

Congrats Frieda mam, we the people of jalsur are very proud of your achievement... keep it up....

Philip Mudartha, Qatar
04/07/2012 12:52:35

Even if our priests are honorable, having checks and balances are essential.
I am more comfortable with direct support to the needy students than through trusts. For me, a social security FD in student as first name, a corpus of 1.50 lakh generates annual schooling expenses of a student, while the corpus remains with me for rolling over to others once the students graduate.
I also feel those students who got the charity benefits should return the favors by instituting similar funds to sponsor.

Since these are my personal choices, I request readers not to be influenced my these and do according to their conscience and goodwill. But do charity for sure.

Fr.Valerian Castelino, Moodubelle/Infant Jesus Shrine Chikmagalur
04/07/2012 12:51:36

Wonderful Photos of the flood in Moodubelle River.The made me recall my childhood days spent viewing the flood waters and fishing.Congratulations Dr.Eugene for the timely publication in Bellevision.

Philip Mudartha, Qatar
04/07/2012 12:41:23

Individuals and parishioners associations in the Middle East are generous in contributing to causes at home. Priests from our diocese visit gulf capitals frequently to solicit funds for church and school buildings infrastructure. Lay trustees of orphanages and other charitable trusts knock on our doors too. Saying NO is a tough act. Emotions and dakxetnn matter. Frequent calls for contributions has caused donor fatigue. The lukewarm response to fundraising attempt for building homes for poor in commemoration of 125 year jubilee of the diocese is an example. I can understand predicament of BV committee. We, Pamboorians in Doha had to shelve our own initiative to create a Needy Students Fund due to poor response. Hence, I wish BV good luck because the 5 million target is stupendous. I urge wide participation by BV readers. There already exists a Needy Students Fund in High school raised two years ago, my opinion is that fund should be refurbished and administered transparently, publishing its audited books of accounts.

Fr.Valerian Castelino, Moodubelle/Infant Jesus Shrine Chikmagalur
04/07/2012 12:40:53

The feast of St.Thomas the Apostle of India the Patron of St.Thomas Ward II was beautifully organized by Commodore Jerome Castelino at his residence.I congratulate Commodore Jerome Castelino for his efforts to bring together all the people to have meaningful celebration of the Ward Feast.The photos published speak about the wonderful arrangements done for the feast.I avail this opportunity to wish everyone a Happy Feast.May St.Thomas give you faith and courage to spread the Word of God as he did.

Alphonse Mendonsa, Pangla/Abu Dhabi
04/07/2012 10:01:22

Here I quote the beautiful words of Mother Teresa" If we cannot love the person whom we see, how can we love God, whom we cannot see " Yes God has given us enough to use and plenty to share and what we need is our kind heart. It is also said that in giving we find more happiness than receiving. Education is a basic need of us all and due to unavoidable circumstances many cannot afford to educate their children. Please let us not ask parents for reasons WHY but let us say to ourselves Yes, I must do something these unprivileged children, my little support will lift them and make them stand on their own feet. let us unite and contribute to this Devine cause be it small or big, give and we will receive abundantly from above. Let us join our hands with Bellevision and bring smiles on many faces. Bellevision you are quietly doing many charities and this is one is more noble one. I am sure our supporters/readers will not leave us helpless. All the best

Francis J. Saldanha, Moodubelle / Bahrain
04/07/2012 09:09:25

Project 50: Education Support Fund to support the less fortunate. I think it is an awesome idea that Bellevision is becoming involved in this noble cause to raise funds to the needy children to support them for higher education and shape their future in terms of providing the "right to a good education" for a bright future. Funding student's fees for a year in part, or in whole or for that matter any amount of donation for this fund, You will be helping them change their life and connecting those under privileged ones to prepare them for a bright future. I am sure all of us should contribute for this noble cause to help Bellevision to achieve the target to help the needy students of our Institutions in Moodubelle.

Francis J. Saldanha, Moodubelle / Bahrain
04/07/2012 09:08:23

Education is best gift in life. Ever since I was a little boy growing up in Moodubelle my parents instilled in me a desire to help those less fortunate than myself. I have been very lucky enough to take advantage of opportunities for a good education and it is the key to my success in life so far. I believe whoever is educated; finds life simpler than those who are not educated; and an educated person can be a job creator and not a job seeker. Whoever gets it must use it effectively because there are many people who need your support. By doing that you are helping a needy student to get better education and make him a better person. contd...

Edward Barboza, Kanajar / Auckland
04/07/2012 03:51:47

Congratulations and best wishes

Edward Barboza, Kanajar / Auckland
04/07/2012 03:47:47

Congratulations and best wishes

Anil, Dubai
04/07/2012 02:17:52

Bellevision, you are doing a good job. Our contribution today can change some lives forever. By creating this fund, you people are making sure that the support never stops. I am for this project and assure you my support. Long live Bellevision! I Wish all the best to the initiative.

Norbert Lobo, Kattingere/ Mangalore
04/07/2012 01:25:01

Dear ALL thank you very much for your kind and warm wishes and compliments.It is a great feeling to hear it from our own people. Thank you each one of you.

Natasha, Shivabagh
04/07/2012 00:49:28

Very good pictures and article

Reginald Fernandes, Mumbai
04/07/2012 00:28:18

Great initiative by Bellevision guys, I have heard about your contribution to Belle parish, schools and to the needy irrespective of caste, religion. May God bless you and I assure my support and contribution to this cause.

Simon Castelino, belle]kalmady]jeddaha.
04/07/2012 00:17:45

Nice to see all ward members wish u all happy ward feast.keep unity cooperation allways thanks all.

Gilbert, Kattingere/Singapore
04/07/2012 00:15:19

Congratulations Nobbu, Wish you all the best

Anil Dsouza, Moodubelle
03/07/2012 23:57:04

Please catch the culprits. This is known users who does the loading. In mangalore similar incident happend.

Thomas Fernandes, Udupi
03/07/2012 23:26:25

It is a good initiative by bellevision.Wish you all the success.

Arun Castelino, belle Bahrain
03/07/2012 15:24:51

Congratulations dear DR Norbert. WE are very proud of you. All the best and God bless you all.

Philip Mudartha, Qatar
03/07/2012 13:16:15

With due to respect to editorial policies, I do not submit to same contributions to Bellevision and Udupitoday. BV and UT both provide links on their home pages to each other. Readers can subscribe or set alerts both on websites or Facebook pages of these websites and access my articles on politics, current issues, economics etc. My travelogue to Greece is already published on UT.
Other exclusives to BV will be submitted in due course..

Victor Castelino, Boliye/Dubai
03/07/2012 13:10:47

In a democracy only time when all the elected members whole heartedly agree is when there is a suggestion of raising their allowances and perks. Other times "tutu me me me".

susheela, uk
03/07/2012 12:57:30

may his soul rest in peace and god will give his family strenght to cope with situation

Ronald Sabi, Udupi
03/07/2012 12:45:05

Dr.Eugene you are a star though your lenses!

Remous D souza, padubelle
03/07/2012 11:02:48

congratulations Dr. Norbert lobo.we are proud of you,wish you all the best.

Francis J. Saldanha, Moodubelle / Bahrain
03/07/2012 09:32:12

It was nice to read all the detailed comments made by our own Mudartha Sir. I am a novice in subjects like economic growth, politics. Etc. After reading your valuable comments on BV, it gives me some idea about the realities in these two fields especially the political scenario in India and the so called India's political system. I have no doubt in my mind that democracy in India is still alive and kicking but the so called uneducated and power hungry politicians some time (if not always) making a mockery of our democracy which is very unfortunate. Am sure The Indian constitution is so strong that any politician might play his dirty game for a while and accumulate wealth and money as much as he wants but when a crunch situation comes he will realize that is it really worth for Ś.( already enough examples are there in front of us) . Only time will tell! But your comments are spot on. By the way Sir, any more information or for that matter any travelogue from your trip down to Greece. (Olympic city Athens) do share with BV readers if you can.

Mala, Kinnigoli Kuwait
03/07/2012 09:18:43

Good article, well written our History and struggle of our ancestors.

Lucy Rodrigues, Moodubelle/Andheri, Mumbai
03/07/2012 04:48:19

Congratulations Dr. Nobbu. I wish you all the very best.

Richard Castelino, Moodubelle/Dubai
03/07/2012 04:28:03

Congratulations Norbert.

Philip Mudartha, Qatar
03/07/2012 02:51:22

5. Time gave India the chance to finish Nehru-Gandhi dynasty several times. The leaders lost every opportunity by stupidity, crude publicly displayed greed for power.
6. In our backyard, likely oligarchy of Madhvaraj family is challenged within the parties involved, and a meritorious MP in JP Hegde has been elected.
7. The enactment of PRI three tier people s administrations have empowered commoners like never before. Our own Fernandes, DSouza, Hebbar, Shetty and others might nurture their own oligarchies sooner. But, they will always be challenged and defeated unless results are delivered.
8. Money is not a problem. Why are we where we are if not for making money and empower our children to make more money? Money and greed is good, without which growth and development is not possible. But, money is not enough. A fool soon loses his money. Money goes to those who are intelligent, clever and passionate. Not to the lazy and no-sayers. The politicians after securing power may become tyrannical, which is what money does to the unwise. Because it sows the seeds of destruction by pride and vanity.
9. The Gandhi dynasty has survived because their public behavior is of humility..

Simon Castelino, Belle [kalmady ] Jeddaha
03/07/2012 02:49:47

Nice pics and report. Thaks to Dr Eugene D’souza, i miss this rainy season.

Philip Mudartha, Qatar
03/07/2012 02:32:54

1. Let us not be disheartened by dynasties trying to emerge in India. History is proof that they rise and fall. Sixty years is too short a span to make seeping judgement on Indian democracy.
2. 7 out of 10 Chinese top bosses are princelings. They are descendants of people s liberation war heroes.
3. The phenomenon of political power concentrating in a few hands has a name: Oligarchy. It is not a new name. After aristocracy gave way to rise of broad based governing systems, oligarchs emerged. They were challenged by revolts, the oldest we can read in the history of democratic city-state of Athens millenniums ago.
4. Let us not forget that Mulayam Singh Yadav, a nukkad-ka-balwaan, muscled his way from humble origins to build his dynasty. Akilesh and Dimple will bite dust if they do not deliver just as many have done before them.
4. Jawaharlal always wanted his daughter to inherit his position after his death. But LB Shastri was no saint. he saw to it that he became PM. Eventually upon his death, power struggles within Congress gave Indira the PM chair. She had to wage Machiavellian wars against her rivals, which she did with uncanny and admirable political instincts.

Melwyn Castelino, Boliye/Mumbai
03/07/2012 01:48:48

Dear Dr. Norbert, Dr. Denis and Prof Vincent Congratulations.Wish you all the Best.

Arun, Mattar/Dubai
03/07/2012 00:49:49

Really missing rainy season....

BESARA, Padubelle,Dubai
02/07/2012 23:06:24

Heartfelt Congratulations to Nobby,Denis and Vincy and all other office bearers.

Florine Rodrigues, Kattingeri/US
02/07/2012 17:04:27

Congratulations Norbert! You're a wonderful role model and you are the window through which many children will see their future. I personally know couple of your students here who speak highly of you. You make all Belleans proud.

Sonia Teena, Mangalore
02/07/2012 13:32:20

Congratulations Dear Sir

Benedicta Lobo, Udupi/Dubai
02/07/2012 12:46:20

Dr Norbert Lobo (Daiji)
Hearty congratulations on being elected as the President of AMUCT. Also congratulations to Mr Vincent Alva.
Best wishes
Boniface Benny

Baptist Sequeira, Belle
02/07/2012 12:17:03

Dear Philip Sir, I am a total supporter of Indian Democracy and Constitution of Dr. Ambedkar. As you have detailed, the outcome of democracy is a wonderful fruit. It happens only if every participant of democracy is active. But when money rules the democracy, again only the powerful will try to get the ruling and fill their barns. Example Akhilesh Yadav wife will become MP, because she will get first chance, then some body else, Mr. Rahul Gandhi will be a contestant for PM post, even if intelligent leaders exist in party. Why like this? Also in case of Karnataka, today does a common man has voice to speak against what is happening, does common man can file a grievance to anybody when a state limping in development in today s situation? May be if all citizens raise theirs voice in some or other ways so that electoral system gets refined may be the butter will surface in the Democracy.

Canute D Souza, Shirva/UAE
02/07/2012 11:42:04

Dear Dr.Norbert Lobo Congratulations !Under you leadership AMUCT will achieve new milestones, Sorry Amcho NOBBU wish you all the best Dr. Nobbu

Simon D souza, Thirlapalke/Muscat
02/07/2012 11:36:22

Congratulations to Nobby, Dennis and Vincy and Wish you all the best

Baptist Sequeira, Belle
02/07/2012 11:26:32

Dear Dr. Norbert, Dr. Denis and Prof Vincent Congratulations.

John Peter Fernandes, Moodubelle/Nottingham U.K
02/07/2012 10:40:22

Congratulations to Dr. Norbert Lobo, Prof. Vincent Alva and Dr. Denis Fernandes on being elected as the President, Vice President and Editor of -Association of Mangalore University College Teachers.

Valerian Menezes, Moodubelle/Melbourne
02/07/2012 10:19:30

Congratulations dear Nobbu,Denis and Vincy.keep up the good work.wish u all the best.

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