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  • From Nilesh on Website Impact! 'Unmarked' Speed Humps are NOW 'Marked' for Motorists Safety

    Good job team mangalorean.com
    Appreciate if you could bring up the matter of having lane discipline among the drivers.

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    2017/05/27 at 7:42 pm
  • From Truth Seeker on Pakistan condemns commendation to Indian Army officer Gogoi

    It’s not just Pakistan, there are many living in India who always peddle anti-India talking points. This includes many political parties, most of media, intellectual circle and many leaders from minority groups. See how they always lecture Hindus and never utter a word on terrorism. These are the same people who returned their awards by citing imaginary attacks on minorities as soon as Modi came to power. These are the same people who use ‘hate speech’ of ‘defamatory speech’ threat to silence truth.

    Look how Mani Shankar Ayyar from one particular political party is shamelessly meeting with pak-funded Kashmiri separatists. The same party replaced an Indian lawyer with a Pakistani Lawyer to represent India in at international Court of justice!! Watch this and weep!!

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    2017/05/27 at 6:10 pm
  • From Shruthi Sharma on Danish Diaries - Boarding Sun and Fun!

    Very well narrated.. Keep writing Atmika!

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    2017/05/27 at 9:08 am
  • From Truth Seeker on Will scale up Congress footprint on social media: Ramya

    “I do believe that our presence (on social media) is much much lower than the BJP” – Report quoting an individual from a political party on its deathbed.

    Well, she is right. BJP supporters outnumber all others by a huge margin. This is not by design. This is simply because educated, tech-savvy part of our society is fed up with vote bank politics and lies coming from pseudo-secular parties. The current mood is very anti-corruption, anti-votebank and anti-establishment.

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    2017/05/27 at 1:57 am
  • From Truth Seeker on Website Impact! 'Unmarked' Speed Humps are NOW 'Marked' for Motorists Safety

    Congratulations! Keep up the good work.

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    2017/05/27 at 1:46 am
  • From Truth Seeker on Youth Stabbed in Kalladka while Returning from Mosque

    Glad to see the names published in this report. We encourage the same standards being applied in other cases as well.

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    2017/05/27 at 1:40 am
  • From Max and Jessie Rasquinha on List of Mangalore Diocesan Transfers and New Appointments Announced

    Transfer of Priests from one Parish to another is a difficult and painful task on many occasions. As much as the Priests become acclamatized with the parish the people of the Parish also become adjusted and the life of the parish becomes a pleasant place. But we have to take the transfers in a positive sense and must appreciate that a timely transfer of a good priest to another Parish can bring multitudes of positive benefits to each Parish. Priests moving to different parishes bring added benefits of their individual talents and expertise. A Catholic Diocese has an important role to play in India due to so many genuine reasons, and we wish each and every Priest best of luck in their new assignments. A Parish Priest is as important as a LEADER of any society, especially in the secular country such as India where a Parish priest is closely integrated into a mulli-cultural where his Leadership is equally valued.

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    2017/05/27 at 12:38 am
  • From Rudolph Joyer Noronha on Demise of Mangalorean Engineer in Gulf Leaves fellow Nitteiites in Tears

    Lesly Satheesh was a cheerful person. Took life as it came and was always a friendly person. He valued friends and friendship more than anything else in life.

    I have seen him from Class 1 to our engineering days in Nitte and have seen him living a life of cheerfulness and he was extremely helpful to people in need.

    His cheerfulness, friendly and helping nature and our collective memories will always remain in my heart.

    My sincere prayer is that may God grant strength and courage to his wife, siblings, mother, child and all his near and dear ones to face this situation.

    Rudolph Joyer Noronha, Kinnigoli, MRPL

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    2017/05/26 at 10:37 am
  • From Nelson Lewis on Pakistan condemns commendation to Indian Army officer Gogoi

    Pakistan has no credibility left on the international scene. Look, how their Prime Minister was treated in Saudi Arabia when heads of all Islamic countries were invited. Certain heads of states were invited to pose for a group photo with the Saudi Monarch and the American President, including the Bangladesh Prime Minister. Nawaz Sharif was left out and he was sitting on a sofa and twiddling his thumb. This corrupt rascal was given a royal snub.

    Let Pakistan clean up their country of terrorists, introduce a genuine democracy where the armed forces come under the civilian administration and stop atrocities in Baluchistan and elsewhere. Let them stop meddling into the internal affairs of India.

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    2017/05/25 at 11:54 pm
  • From F M Lobo on Obituary-Albert Joseph Coelho

    Heartfelt sympathies to Barbara & all members of the family. Our association with dear Albert is more than 4 – 5 decades. May his soul rest in Eternal Peace.

    F M Lobo & Fly.,
    “Sangeeth Vihar”

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    2017/05/25 at 3:33 pm