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Victor Castelino, Moodubelle/Dubai
24/02/2010 19:44:33

The numerous and beautiful photographs show us how enriching the festival is. This should encourage the people plan their trip to Dubai next year.

Thomas, Moodubelle/ Dubai
24/02/2010 19:03:02

Global Village is the focal point of Dubai Shopping Festival. One can really enjoy the heritage stalls those have been set up in the global village. Since only few days have left for the closure of the festival, fun lovers can make use of all the facilities .

Francis Noronha, Mumbai
24/02/2010 18:56:50

Welcome Mr. Shankar Patwal. Over the years the service providing by Syndicate Bank has improved drastically. The friendly nature of all staff approaching the customers is created good image about bank among all the Belleans. Hope the same will continue during the tenure of present Manager.

RTN MICHAEL MATHIAS gurkar pilar lower ward shirva, PILAR SHIRVA
24/02/2010 18:47:14

very sad news .may his soul rest in peace

Philip Mudartha, Mesaieed, Qatar
24/02/2010 01:00:31

Capitvating pictures tell the glittering story

Victor Castelino, Moodubelle/Dubai
23/02/2010 22:53:09

Beautiful choreography. The dancers have done very well. I felt as if I was watching a TV show. Very good work. Keep it up.

joel D sa, Moodubelle, Bahrain
23/02/2010 22:28:58

Nice to see the co-ordination between students and teachers. I pray for all the students appearing for the coming examinations, may the lord lead them to success and make our college proud. I have full faith in our teachers and also students. under the able guidence hard work of Pricipal Fr.Paul our college has achieved so much. Students go and make your future a bright one. good luck to all.

Alban D souza, Kunthal nagar
23/02/2010 19:48:15

May the sufferings of Jesus,lead us to live a better life and let us do something for his sake as he suffers for our sins..Have a blessed LENT season to all

Fr Francis Crasta, Nityadarnagar
23/02/2010 12:01:24

All the best all the students. we hope that this year we get 100 percent in Science section. May God bless you all.

Fr Francis Crasta, Nityadarnagar
23/02/2010 11:56:24

I wish all the best for all the parishioners of belle as well as the devotees of St Lawrence. The Church of St Lawrence has grown under the inspiration and intercession of St. Lawrence. The peoples life has been shaped through his intercession. May this jubilee year be a precious opportunity for all of us to follow more closely Our Lord Jesus Christ as St Lawrence did. All the best to all parishioners.

Thomas, Moodubelle/ Dubai
23/02/2010 11:50:51

St.Lawrence pray for us.Wish and pray all the programmes those planned during for the centinary year be successful one .Almighty god keep all of us united and bind us spiritually.

Victor D Souza, Moodubelle / Doha
23/02/2010 11:26:24

Best way to start the centenary year of the parish of St. Lawrence of Moodubelle with the journey of the ‘Pilgrim Statue’ of St. Lawrence to all 22 Wards of the parish. This spiritual program will also bring unity and peace among the parishioners. Thank you Fr. Joswey for the nice report.

Vijay Dsouza, Moodubelle
23/02/2010 10:54:44

This is a good move by the parish priest on the occasion of Church centenary. With the able leadership of previous priests with the help of parishioners, today Belle is having best of infrastructure like church, schools … etc. Hence in this centenary year it is better to concentrate much on spiritual social aspects than going for new buildings

Ronald Sabi, Moodubelle
23/02/2010 10:51:22

Congratulations and All The Best to our future Engineers, doctors, technologists and scientists! May God bless you and may you score high in the qualifying examinations.

Victor D Souza, Moodubelle / Doha
23/02/2010 10:35:13

All the best to the outgoing P.U. Science students in their forthcoming exams and also in their future studies / career.

Celine, Muscat
23/02/2010 00:09:13

Hi Bavoji, I also have a dream after my retirement to follow your foot steps - grow all possible vegetables, fruits and flowers. This way we can avoid buying from the shop which contains more of chemicals. God bless and keep up the good work !!! Congrats to Bai also ....your efforts are really paid off.

Nandanan, Kerala/Qatar
22/02/2010 19:58:30

That is great!
I also grow similar vegetables, but in very small quantity, in my small piece of land back in Kerala. Someday I will also publish a small article on it. Till that time, let me be envious of you.
Best regards…..

Kudoes!

Asha Dony Correa, Pernal / Dubai
22/02/2010 18:32:46

Wow!! Amazing stuff, loved the article and lovely pics. Its a wonderful experience to cultivate a land and grow vegetables, fruits etc. But my observation is that people are no longer wanting to grow vegetables in their garden rather love to fetch them from the market. I think Eugene, u r a true role model for all of us. I hope many more will be enlightened after reading your article. I am completely nostalgic after looking at the pics (specially VAINGEN)....... AWESOME!!!!

Victor Castelino, Moodubelle/Dubai
22/02/2010 16:45:39

"Bende, badane, alasande; hirekai, kumbala; modalada beejagallu; mollakege bandavu" was the first song I learnt from (late) Duje Master in my first standard. I think, Dr Eugene also sang this song during his early school days and now he is ejoying it in reality. I too have a few pots in my balcony here in Dubai, one with "valchibhaji", another with curry leaves (bevaso) plant, another with "thimaro" (kareno), another with "Jidde" flowers and another with a lemon (limboo) plant! I would have done more but for my better half who wants place to dry laundry! Earlier, I had rose plants and "bende" plants. It all boils down to: "Huttu guna gatta hattidare....". Of course, Mr Puranik should take at least some credit for it.

Victor DSouza, Moodubelle / Doha
22/02/2010 16:33:53

Rightly said Mr. Valerian. Mr. Eugene is truly a role model. As Mr. Eugene and Mrs. Benny DSouza are celebrating their 39th Wedding Anniversary today, Best wishes to them from all the Bellevision.com Readers.

Ronald sabi, Moodubelle
22/02/2010 15:56:16

Dr. Eugene, It was pleasent to read the narration of home grown vegetables. You are more than a poet! Great work!!

Valerian Alva, Kattingeri
22/02/2010 15:33:40

One should learn the art of Time Management from Dr.Eugene.
He is a busy person. He devotes much of his time to Bellevision.com. Also he is having several other social commitments such as church school issues. Still he manages to spare time and able to grow the vegetables at home. Its not an easy job.

He is a real role model. One who knows him personally will accept this. Nothing is impossible to our dear Dr.Eugene. Wishing you all the best sir

ALWYN DANTHY, PERNAL/shirva
22/02/2010 15:22:05

TO SEE ITS NICE PHOTOS...!! BUT NOW A DAYS ITS DIFFICULT TO GROW THEM HITAL MAYAK JALA.....

zita, New Delhi
22/02/2010 14:55:06

Once again well done Dr. Eugene, I ve heard a lot about His Grace Archbishop Albert from many of our Delhi priests, and i feel so happy and proud that he is from Moodubelle. I wish him all the best and pray for God s Blessings. Bellevision rocks!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Franky D Souza, Bonnajalay mattar
22/02/2010 13:31:52

Kethlay bore distath phote dudiyache, vangche, boblache, tomatoche, thanks Dr. Eugene

jessy, manipal
22/02/2010 12:31:05

dear reymond sir,i personally met you in dubai.you are such gem of a crown. i heard many people are saying,whoever got so much in their life they are very good in their sorroundings.thats true. i was just 2 hours with you and i pound what a simplisity and care for others.really great sir .hats off to you and all very best to great job.jessy dubai.

Shaun, Jeddah
22/02/2010 11:36:16

hey there. im your dad s work mate. i just went thru your art and i must say they r beautiful. u r really blessed with a gifted tallent, i really need to see more so do upload some more of your work but do keep studies in mind too, i wish u all the best and ur always gonna be in my prayers to reach the highest success in life god bless u. keep showing the world ur tallent u never know when things would click ;) take care Shernon, good luck.

Nirmala, Moodubelle
22/02/2010 11:34:33

Congratulations!Sir
It was really great to hear your speech Sir.Wish u good health and all the happiness in life.

Suraj-Belle, Moodubelle/Dubai
22/02/2010 09:03:54

It does not matter if your parish is Big and Small, Old or New but most important is that the Respect what you give to the elderly people of the parish….I am obliged and I must congratulate the parish priest and the organizers for conducting such a wonderful day. Thank you Sanjay Andrade for your nice pictures and updates.

Philip Mudartha, Mesaieed, Qatar
22/02/2010 00:47:43

To celebrate Eugene s bountiful crop, and the eye-catching pictures, I will write about them at my blog www.cplash.com/lostpatrol. I hope you approve.

Joel D sa, Moodubelle, Bahrain
21/02/2010 20:35:58

Marvellous pictures seems like real in front of you, thanks to Dr.Eugine for this article, which made me remember my younger school college days in belle . I used to do this vegitable gardening with my father in our fields. we used grow many types of vegitables it was fun to see these grow day by day. inspite of warning from father we used to eat tender cucumbers plucked from the plant, I miss those days, but to day after reading this article all the memories came back and had a good laugh.
thanks bellevision for publishing this.

Anil Martis, Moodubelle/ Dubai
21/02/2010 14:33:51

How somebody can insult other religion and thier sentiments. This is rediculous. It should be condemned strongly .

Naveen M., Moodubelle
21/02/2010 10:33:07

I feel very happy to hear the tulu speech of my most favourite teacher Mr. P.D.Kamath. He was teaching us English and Biology in the high school. And the speeches he is to give those days, i still remember. He was one of the best teacher and good orator of high school of those days. Still i can see same style speech even today. Thank you very much sir, wish you good health and peaceful retired life.

Victor D Souza, Moodubelle / Doha
21/02/2010 10:31:30

Dr. Eugene, thank you for sharing your gardening experience. It is a wonderful feeling. I think everyone should have a kitchen garden. Eating our own grown greens is the way to health and happiness. Whenever we take up any creative activity we are bound to be happy and gardening is one of them. Kitchen gardening adds so much spice to ones life. Our elders laid much emphasis on the importance of garden produce for good diet, well before doctors started advising us about vitamins, minerals, and fiber.

Francis Noronha, Mumbai
21/02/2010 10:24:15

The article is eye opener for all of us . There are many advantages of growing vegetables at our place. We can contribute to the economy, helping the nature to generate more oxygen, physical exercise to body and moreover mental happiness.
So let us give a serious thought on this and start working.

Thomas, Moodubelle/ Dubai
21/02/2010 10:04:17

Very nice article about mother language. We all love our mother tongue konkani. Long live Konkani.

Naveen Joel, Kuwait / Belle
21/02/2010 09:57:02

Beautiful pictures, nice to see thanks Dr Eugene

Joseph Maris, Kattingery
21/02/2010 08:29:49

Dear Eugene Really superb Picture and a great news, your a Star of Belle, Nowdays we feel like a we are in native place, These all credit goes to you and Bellevision

Thanks for giving us great feelings

Ronald Sabi, Moodubelle
20/02/2010 23:34:32

Anil, fantastic coverage! This is one of the most important issues in social life! Keep it up!! Eventually more people will be aware of such programmes and more people will attend such awareness programmes. You have done your contribution to the social cause and sure will keep doing so!!

Victor D Souza, Moodubelle / Doha
20/02/2010 17:03:02

Skin care and hair care were in practice in India from ancient times, so it cannot be against Indian culture. The beauty secrets of Indian women have fascinated the West for ages. Indian beauty treatments based on the ancient principles of Ayurveda are being practiced all over the world.

Vijay Dsouza, Moodubelle
20/02/2010 16:20:27

What is the use of such programs if they are attended by only 50 odd people ? Also by looking into the pictures published, it is very clear that the majority of people attended are well educated people then what result these street plays will have.

There is no doubt such street plays are very informative effective, but there need to be enough people to witness such acts. The local authorities should have made enough publicity so that much more people could have attended and the real results could have been achieved.
What say local authorities ??

Benedict Barboza, Sorkala, Shirva/Bristol UK
20/02/2010 16:10:26

Thanks Bellevision for bringing this news. Hi Mario, thank you too, for covering this news with pictures and all your help at home during this tragady. The timely action and help from all the kind people of Sorkala, saved our home from total distruction. May Almighty Bless you all.

RTN MICHAEL MATHIAS, PILAR SHIRVA
20/02/2010 11:59:06

very sad news heard from bellevision

Victor D Souza, Moodubelle / Doha
20/02/2010 11:14:46

The article is informative and gives important message. Thank you Dr. Eugene.

Vikas Castelino, Moodubelle,Deveragudde
20/02/2010 02:47:25

Dear Robert Belle,i agree with your comment Is it not against Indian culture but "Kya karega bhai Kuch pane keliye kuch khona padhta hai,issliye unka madhad karna haar insaan ka faarz hotha hai....

Wilfred Menezes, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
20/02/2010 00:42:53

Really nice painting, good talent, keep it up.

Alex, Edmer/Dubai
20/02/2010 00:17:18

Dear pundlika,tusi great ho! keep goin.....
Dear Eugene thanks for the good work

Alan Sunil Mathias, Gundry / Dubai
19/02/2010 12:15:40

Nice Article Eugene. his friendly nature, smiling face attracts every one. off course he is doing good today, its just because of his hard work. Pundlika keep it up and keep smiling always.

Philip, Mesaieed, Qatar
19/02/2010 02:44:13

I found this article informative and belonging to the class of positive reporting.

The proliferation of coconut plantations may be one of the reasons for lower prices of copra (inflation adjusted), but the propaganda against its consumption may be another.

In my view coconut oil is healthier than most mufa-pufa oils we use these days in cities.

Victor D almeida, Moodubelle/Bahrain
18/02/2010 23:59:26

Dear Vikas I saw Mr Pundalik driving his Rickshaw Moodubelle to Deveragudde This is the part of his carrier business, I agree what you said, if you know something more about his hardwork please do write, I appreciate it, please don t wait for somebody to write and you to comment on that.

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