Mrs. Theresa DAlmeida:  Amazing journey from clinical and administrative nursing to an accomplished Counselor

Mrs. Theresa DAlmeida: Amazing journey from clinical and administrative nursing to an accomplished Counselor

After successful career as Head Nurse in the Hamad Medical Corporation’s Rumailah Hospital in Doha-Qatar and settling two of her daughters, Mrs. Theresa D’Almeida along with her husband, Lawrence, a successful business administrator returned to her home village-Belle a year ago even before attaining the age of retirement. Though had an opportunity to migrate either to the United States or Canada where her services were very much sought after and even after signing the documents for immigration to Canada, Theresa on the advice of her husband gave up the dream of serving in Canada..[Women’s Day Special]

Moodubelle: Nomad fishermen from Chikmagalur in search of livelihood

Moodubelle: Nomad fishermen from Chikmagalur in search of livelihood

I had seen them last year and even year before last camping at the ground on the northern bank of Belle River at Poydapadi closer to the bridge. A band of around twenty persons, distributed in five families cooking their food under the open sky and making one of the corners of the open ground as their temporary home. I was under the impression that they were part of a nomadic tribe moving from place to place, may be in search of temporary employment and..[By Eugene DSouza]

A worthy visit to the land of risen giant – CHINA

A worthy visit to the land of risen giant – CHINA

Once known as the sleeping giant, but now rapidly growing with its giant leaps towards progress The People’s Republic of China has accomplished what most of other developing nations are dreaming of. I had the opportunity to visit this great land on 10th September 2012. After 8 hours 35 minutes journey from Muscat where I reside via Qatar, it was the afternoon of the 11th by the time I arrived in Hong Kong. From airport to my stay hotel Island-Shangri-La is about 45 minutes journey by car. On my way to the hotel, The lush green hills, the tall modern sky-scrapers lined up for miles and miles.. [By Anil Pernal]

ICYM Modankap enjoys an Amazing picnic at Sita Falls

ICYM Modankap enjoys an Amazing picnic at Sita Falls

To go to Sita Falls either we should have our own vehicle, car is better if small crowd or bus preferably for the large crowd, family get-together or picnics. Prior to reaching Sita Falls there is a small creek to cross and if the water is less then you must consider yourself lucky to cross if not, we must walk round the creek in a mud road for about 4 km rough road but it is worth to walk in group enjoying the beautiful nature, chirping birds, blue skies, wonderful nature. We reached Hebri at about 11am. But luckily since the water was less, our bus could cross the creek easily and that not only saved our time..[By Wilma Lavina]

The Future Development Plan of Kuwait International Airport

The Future Development Plan of Kuwait International Airport

The plan to expand Kuwait international airport is to enhance its capacity to serve 25 million passengers per year by 2024, up from the current 8 million passengers.The new Kuwait International Airport terminal will be located south of the existing terminal, between the two existing runways, but with all road and public transport links gained from the south via a new highway connecting to the Sabhan Road and the new 7th Ring Road..[By John Tauro]

With Ash Wednesday Starts Lenten penitence

With Ash Wednesday Starts Lenten penitence

Christians throng churches to mark Ash Wednesday. Ash Wednesday can be anytime between February 4 and March 10. It is the first day of Lent, a period of fasting, abstinence and penance, which lasts forty days ending with Holy Saturday – this year on March 30. Ash Wednesday is called so due to the custom of imposing ashes on the head of the faithful in the churches. While imposing ashes on the head, in earlier times the priest used to say: “Remember, man, that thou art dust and unto dust thou shall return.” This is now replaced by: “Turn away from sin and be faithful to the Gospel.”[By John Monteiro]

Modern Kuwait: The changing Times

Modern Kuwait: The changing Times

Kuwait nowadays is dotted with many high-rise buildings, ornamented structures and a network of highways due to enormous efforts exerted throughout years of hard work by its citizens. Today, construction works are visible in and outside the capital, including the building of new highways and facilities for the public. But the full-scale construction process got high pace particularly in the 70s and 80s, when roaring bulldozers removed scores of old and randomly built houses..

Hiroshima: My visit to the historical site of Atomic bombings in the city of Japan

Hiroshima: My visit to the historical site of Atomic bombings in the city of Japan

During my recent visit to Hiroshima, a city of Japan that remains to be known for the Second World War nuclear bombings by the United States, I was left with mixed feelings on learning about the place that was before the destruction, the destruction itself and reconstruction of the city thereafter.

Tokyo: History of automobiles recreated through Toyota Museum

Tokyo: History of automobiles recreated through Toyota Museum

The Toyota Automobile Museum was built to commemorate the history of automobiles. On my recent trip to this site, I was fascinated to see different types of cars. The museum has accumulated a world-class collection of prominent cars from around the world, which are maintained and showcased to highlight the historical transitions of automotive cultures

A tete-a-tete with Spoorthi Dhama founders Keshav and Pramila Vaz

A tete-a-tete with Spoorthi Dhama founders Keshav and Pramila Vaz

I had hardly known about Spoorthi organization that there is an organization existed who helped the under-privileged children somewhere in Kundapur. That is exactly what I said yesterday morning while I was driving to my office when my good friend Conrad D’Souza called me. His next question was do you want to meet the founders of the Spoorthi ?? and would like to interview them for your site Bellevision?? . I was a little hesitant as I was totally unprepared to meet the people whom I hardly knew and even their organization. I was in two minds but Conrad requested and I obliged and promised to meet them after my work in the evening.

Chikmagalur: Feast of Infant Jesus celebrated at Bala Yesu Niwasa, Parvatipura

Chikmagalur: Feast of Infant Jesus celebrated at Bala Yesu Niwasa, Parvatipura

The feast of Infant Jesus was celebrated with great fervor and devotion at the Infant Jesus Shrine (Bala Yesu Niwasa) at Parvatipura, Chikmagalur on Monday, January 14, 2013 at 5.30 pm. Nearly 4,000 devotees of Infant Jesus assembled in the open ground in front of a magnificently decorated altar to pay respect to the Divine Child. Most Rev. Dr. T. Antony Swamy, Bishop of Chikmagalur concelebrated the solemn Feast Mass along with other priests from Chikmagalur diocese.

Minor Irrigation Follow Up: Ankudru Dam and a Near Reality

Minor Irrigation Follow Up: Ankudru Dam and a Near Reality

Recently after the Sunday mass I happened to meet Jerry my good old buddy who knows my passion about irrigation, landscaping and so on. After a quick tea in the hotel opposite to Koradkal’s dispensary we headed out for some excitement. Later I realized it is Ankudru Dam. I was amazed at the beauty. I tried capturing some of it. Pictures may do better talking. Quickly my mind scrolled through few articles written by Dr. Eugene D’Souza about the same. [By Ronald Saby DSouza]

Udupi: Grand finale of the Decennial Celebration of Bellevision.com

Udupi: Grand finale of the Decennial Celebration of Bellevision.com

Bellevision.com celebrated its tenth anniversary with the distribution of prizes to the winners of ‘Cute Kid Photo Contest” organized by the web portal on the occasion of its tenth anniversary on December 28, 2012 at 4.15 pm in the Lions Bhavan, Brahmagiri, Udupi. Most of the parents whose children had won the contest attended the function and collected the awards from the hands of dignitaries on the dais . There was great excitement among the parent and children as they collected the mementos, certificates and cash awards. [Video]

M’belle: Christmas celebrated with devotion and spirit of joy and happiness

M’belle: Christmas celebrated with devotion and spirit of joy and happiness

As the parishioners passed through the main entrance of the church premises on their way to Christmas celebration in the late evening of Monday, December 24, 2012 on the eve of the Christmas Day, the decorative lights of the facade of the magnificent church inspired awe and created an excitement that pervaded the entire celebration. Parishioners in their selected festive dress were seen occupying vantage seats so that they would be able to see the main altar. [Video]

Bryden Stephen Lewis: The youth icon in Music

Bryden Stephen Lewis: The youth icon in Music

Prior to some four or five months if any of you have attended the 9.15 am English Mass at Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Ulsoor-Bangalore, you might have witnessed a dynamic, sturdy, multi-talented youngster with his group of friends leading the choir – playing the guitar and singing along during service. He is none other than Bryden Lewis, a Mangalorean lad who has made music his way of life. He is a Guitarist and also plays Banjo, Ukulele and Mandolin. Moreover he is Music Composer

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