Entry for Visitors Banned at Mangalore Airport

Entry for Visitors Banned at Mangalore Airport

Following the bomb attack on Istanbul airport days back, the security at Mangalore International Airport has been tightened. Entry of visitors to the terminal building at the Mangaluru International Airport has been banned for seven days, effective from July 1 to July 8.

Mangaluru: Speaking to Mangalorean.com over the phone Mahesh Chengappa from Madikeri said, ” I was really upset when I came to know that visitors are not allowed to enter the Mangalore International Airport and this came into effect on Friday. My family and I rushed from Madikeri to say goodbye to a family friend who was flying to Mumbai, on his way to a job assignment in San Jose, California-USA. But when we reached the airport entrance gate, we were not allowed to enter since the authorities had restricted entry for visitors for security reasons. Only if we had known about this, we wouldn’t have travelled so far to meet our friend. We would have wished him over the phone. Waste of time and waste of money.”


Clarifying this issue with the MIA authorities, Team Mangalorean found out that the entry of visitors to the terminal building at the Mangaluru International Airport has been banned for seven days since Friday, July 1, and will be in force until July 8. As per JT Radhakrishna, the Airport Director, the ban has come in place following a security alert in view of the attack on Ataturk Airport, Turkey. At present, airport entry tickets would not be issued for visitors until further notice.

In the recent suicide bombing at Istanbul Airport in Turkey, 44 persons died and hundreds were injured. Two of the three bombers were identified as suspected ISIS representatives of Russian nationality.


  1. Banned only for 7 days? LOL I love how Indian officials operate as if terrorists follow certain schedule and somehow give up their plan after 7 days!! LOL It’s scary how easy it is for them to attack soft targets in India due to lack of good security management. In reality, it’s the fear of backlash from sangha parivaara that has kept a lid on those who want to do harm to bharateeya society.

    Frankly speaking, mangalooru vimaana nildaana will be safe for reasons I can’t mention on this forum due to unwritten laws of journalism. So are the airports in Kerala. I would be more worried about other airports in other parts of India!

    • …its the backlash from Sangha Parivaaaara that has kept a lid on those who want to do harm to Bharateeeeeeyaaaa society… … I would be more worried other airports in other parts of INDIA. – Namma Rampe.. andh ye.. Yumreekada..

      Say, ottijj thish “Bharateeeeyaaa society”?

      And ‘ottijj thish’ strange ‘flace’ called India? ‘Ijj da Bharateeeeyaaa’ society staying in India or in ‘phoreen’ like YOU? I’m confused. Does it require a PM nonetheless – to REMIND you’ll to – “MACK in India.. MACK in INDIA”? Does he say MACK in BHARATHA? Lol…

      Rampa…. irna Rapidex baijji. onchooru kaapule.

  2. Banned only for 7 days? – Rampe.

    Say, wasn’t the war in Iraq supposed to be OVER in a week or 10 days or say a month MAX? Awe and shock, eh?

    10 yrs to nail the chief of 9/11.. cough.. cough….. with u chaps kotowing to 7th century “tribals”… U kidding me? Wake up rampu.

  3. Why did joker Pinto post two separate responses to my single post, that too in his unique gibberish? More importantly, why is he bringing up Iraq war, 9/11 and 7th century in response to security at Indian airports? smiles…No wonder he couldn’t clear any interviews including the one for Doddanna-visa!!

  4. “No wonder he couldn’t clear any interviews incl the one for Boddanna’s visa” – Murudu joker.. rampaNNA

    Well, actually, since you are DETERMINED to make me ‘confess’ to your allegation that my goddamned Yumreeki visa was “rejected”(Like in Indian Police Stations.. they beat one so much that the poor bloke will EVEN confess to shooting Mahatma Gandhi, Indira Gandhi and EVEN blowing up Rajiv Gandhi.. ya man… ALL 3G’s), let me humor you. Maybe then, your Athma will find some peace. See, this is what happened.

    In the early 80’s, Yumreeki visa interviews were ALL conducted on Skype. C’mon….. back then, there was a MUCH BETTER version of what is called ‘Skype’ now. (Don’t believe it? Well, remember, the 1st test-tube was born in hastinapura, Dritarashtra watched TV, the first head transplant was done in ANCIENT India…. remember those ‘FACTS’ as perpetrated by your RSS chaddis?? So why NOT have Skype in some Somalian city back in the 80’s? Huh?)

    Anyway…. before I forget…. on Skype, back then, one could see things crystal clear… you new-fangled TV’s PALE in comparison to the ones back then. The audio was better than Bose or Klipsch surround sound speakers. Anyway, to cut a short story long…… this is what happened when some Yumreeki joker “interviewed” me for my alleged Yumreeki Visa interview.

    There I was sleeping… late on a Monday morning…. and some Joker calls me on my iPhone 8 on skype and says –

    “Hey.. Mr. Praveenaaaa Pintoooo……may I call you ‘Pint’ for short?…. this is Jim Beam, from the US consulate in Madras”.. or was his name – Jack Daniels or..Johnny Walker or Makenna Goldman or Dunkin Donuts? “And I’m gonna interview you for your US visa application. K?”

    Me: Thinking to myself….Kon re vo bekup? Sakalin pode…. Somara sakalin? and say to him…. “Yo man… call me ‘Pint’ or quarter or litre….just shoot”.

    Jim Beam – “Well, APPARENTLY we have received an application for your Job in the US. Your pal Original RampaNNA, your sponsor has applied for your visa. I just need to verify a few facts, k?”

    Me: “Job? In the US? You wanking me silly early morning… pullya kaande and that too on Somavaara when my thare is dunna’?”

    JB: Mr. Pint…. err, I don’t speak Tamil.

    Me: Makai gotthu na re bekupa.

    JB: Good. So we are on the same page.

    Me: Yup… so it seems….

    JB: So, I’m gonna send you a few 100 sheets of paper. You gotta fill them out and once done, scan and send them to me on Whatsapp, plz. And you’re good to go to the US.

    Me: What? Paper? Some 100 sheets? C’mon JB, I ONLY use water after nature’s call. So, what will I do with unc Sam’s 100 sheets of papyrus? Rewrite the Iliad and Odyssey on it? Distribute it to my all-Indian neighbors? c’mon… they are all geriatrics. they use adult pampers.

    JB: Hmm… so you don’t wanna come to the land of Makennas Gold, eh? Or, is your pal, RampaNNA, playing a prank with you?

    Me: Damn right, Monday morn is Sunday night for that Jobless chap….Prank… gotcha.. it’s one, you CRANK! Itthe Poya vora! rattlaya!

    JB: VanaKKAM saar…. we respect your wishes.

    CLICK…. I disconnect JB’s Skype call… utter a few expletives and sleep till noon.
    See, THAT is exactly how I DECLINED my Yumreeki ‘eeza’. At least now, I hope you will shut up and put up. Cheers. 🙂

  5. OMG!!! Look at the gibberish posted by ‘rapidex’ Praveena Pinto!!! Hope he got a full refund from rapidex publisher!! LOL LOL

  6. OMG!!! Look at the gibberish posted by ‘rapidex’ praveena Pinto!!!

    Lololl! It looks like our Rapidex has finally reached our Rampa. And the v first word he has learned is ‘RAPIDEX’. That’s why before almost every he word he used the word ‘Rapidex.

    Now look, don’t waste time here. Open your Rapidex and TRY and read it as much as you can. Learn as much as you can…. read-up ‘Idioms” and how one does NOT put a number to it, and probably in some 5 years or so, I can have an intelligent convo with you.

    Good going ya, Rapidex Rampais. 🙂

  7. ‘idioms’ writes Joker Praveena Pinto

    Clearly, Rapidex hasn’t helped you, has it? You bought Rapidex even before you bought your first ‘maggi pustaka’!! LOL Still, why so much gibberish in every post? Please return your rapidex and use those rupaayess for getting yourself a nice haircut so that you can make a good impression in your pilikula job interview!! smiles…

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