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Wednesday, February 22, 2017
  • From Jonam Obol on Mukthi - a Band Born from Monotony to Salvation!

    Dear Alfie,
    Thank you so much for the awesome write-up and pics.We will definitely try to live up to them.
    God bless.

    Jonam Obol
    For and on behalf of ‘Mukthi’.

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    2017/02/21 at 8:55 pm
  • From Rajesh on Mukthi - a Band Born from Monotony to Salvation!

    Good luck and best wishes Rajendra (chende) and the team.
    Regards
    Rajesh (Team mangalorean!)

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    2017/02/21 at 8:50 pm
  • From Merwyn and the gang on Hanv Saiba Carnivalak Voitha! Goa Carnival 2017 from 25 - 28 Feb

    We’ll surely call you Alfie- six of us will be in Panjim, Margao and Vasco carnival celebrations- Thanks for thinking of party Mangalureans at the Carnival. See you there buddy-let’s rock!

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    2017/02/21 at 5:02 pm
  • From drona on Hanv Saiba Carnivalak Voitha! Goa Carnival 2017 from 25 - 28 Feb

    Haanv Goincho saibaa la la la la laa.

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    2017/02/21 at 1:05 pm
  • From SAM on Siddaramaiah most corrupt CM of Karnataka - Mattar Rathankar Hegde

    oh dekho ye kaun bolrahai….yeddi shame on you, u destroyed Karnataka reputation under ur rule, now ur situation is like na gharka n ghatka and cannot survive without power…

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    2017/02/21 at 11:26 am
  • From Truth Seeker on 'We Oppose Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan Public Address in M'luru'- Sangh Parivar

    Well, who else is more qualified to lecture us on ‘communal harmony’ than the CM from a state where youth are joining ISIS?? Kerala is a success story in implementing communal harmony. Take a look at ISIS recruits, chopping of a Christian lecturer’s hand, murdering BJP activists and many such stories. These are a clear proof of the great tolerant society they have!! I am also very proud of our ‘brave’ media and political leaders who hide under desk and apologize to vote banks on regular basis. Great!!

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    2017/02/21 at 9:49 am
  • From Diwakar Shetty on MLA Lobo's Quote on Shivaji Misinterpreted, Lobo Clarifies

    As I have seen in these four years of Lobo’s tenure, I found him transparent, humble and a committed politician. Why are his own party men trying to defame him? We need such leaders for the development of the district. Congress party workers should appreciate his work and humbleness.

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    2017/02/21 at 8:56 am
  • From Truth Seeker on MLA Lobo's Quote on Shivaji Misinterpreted, Lobo Clarifies

    By the way, a direct question to our pandita.

    Do you respect Shivaji as an Indian hero? We would like to know!smiles…

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    2017/02/21 at 7:28 am
  • From Truth Seeker on MLA Lobo's Quote on Shivaji Misinterpreted, Lobo Clarifies

    LOL LOL LOL
    This is great. The vote bank politics has come full circle!! This incident shows how congress leaders will never dare to speak truth. If they ever dare to quote some historical facts or figures, they would be forced to apologize as we witnessed in this case!! How sad!! This is exactly what one ‘mathew’ tried to explain using ‘biriyaani’ example prior to 2014 elections. Many including joker failed to understand his point due to ignorance and generations of hatred towards Hindus. No wonder why these congress characters never dare to comment on pak based terrorism or ISIS.

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    2017/02/21 at 7:25 am
  • From Sheikh on 'We Oppose Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan Public Address in M'luru'- Sangh Parivar

    Kerala Chief Minister from ‘Somalia’ as described by PM Modi into smart city is not allowed.
    Whomsoever preach the hate is welcome with garland ‘like athithi devo bhava’.

    These fanatics don’t know how to utter single Shloka and mantra wearing Saffron shawl and thread wanted to impose restriction to movement of elected people’s representative.

    These people should know not allowing Kerala Chief Minister to participate in the programme is a blatant violation of the decorum of the federal system.
    Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan was unable to attend an event in Bhopal following protests by right-wing activists.
    http://www.thenewsminute.com/article/sangh-protest-prevents-kerala-cm-attending-event-bhopal-mp-govt-apologizes-54143
    Pinarayi Vijayan, who was in Bhopal on his maiden visit, was to attend an event organized by Malayali Association in Bhopal at 5.30 pm. However, minutes before the event was to begin, several activists from Bajrang Dal and other right-wing organizations protested against the increasing number of attacks on BJP/RSS workers in Kerala.

    “Generally when a Chief Minister visits another state, there are protocols. But since the RSS was behind the protests, the police remained silent. It reflects the culture of RSS,”.

    Jai Hind

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    2017/02/20 at 11:39 pm
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