Shepherds’ International Academy holds Graduation Day for Montessori–3 Students

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March 21, 2022

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Mangaluru: The Shepherds’ International Academy, Attavar, Mangaluru (Unit of Hikmah Educational Trust), a Nursery amd Primary School in the city, celebrated Graduation Day for their Montessori-3 students on Monday 19th March 2022 at HIF INDIA Auditorium in Vaslane filled with grandeur, fun and fervor marching ahead from Baby steps to first leap.

Dr. Roshan Shetty MBBS, MS, DNB (G.I. Surg), FACS (US), Director, Consutant Surgical Gastroenterologist & Bariatric Surgeon at City Hospital graced the event as Chief Guest and appreciated the efforts of the Shepheerds’ Int’l Academy and the teachers observing the performance by the students. Chairman of the school Ar. Mohammed Nisar, Principal Lubna Banu and CAO Hasan Yusuf participated in the event.  The programme was hosted by Miss. Aliza Khalid of Mont-3, welcoming the gathering was done by Mrs. Sajida Fathima. Programme was convened by Mrs. Sumayya Shaikh and Mrs. Sameera Sharief. 

Mehreen Mujeeb Shaikh of Mont-2 along with the friends felicitated her seniors. Mrs. Sana Mariam, one of the parent spoke few words of her experience about the Shepherds International Academy. Vote of thanks was delivered by Master. Mohammed Feliz. 

It was fun filled Graduation Day Celebration put up by the children with energy, passion and gratitude. Graduation Certificates and Medals were distributed by the Chief Guest, Chairman, Principal and CAO to Mont-3 students as the little stars take a leap to the next step. Children enjoyed taking the selfies in the selfie frame. The whole programme was supported by the teaching staff and non-teaching staff.   

The correspondent of the school announced that Admission in Shepherds’ is open for 2022-23 for Nursery & Primary Classes (MONTESSORI – 1, 2 & 3 and Grade – 1, 2, 3 & 4.  

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May 7,2022

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Udupi: Now, you can walk over waves at Malpe beach in Udupi district as Karnataka’s first floating bridge has come up here. The 100-metre-long and 3-metre-wide bridge can be easily relocated as it is not a permanently attached structure. 

Udupi MLA K Raghupathi Bhat inaugurated the bridge on Friday. At a time, 100 visitors will be allowed to walk on the bridge and 10 lifeguards will be deputed to provide security to tourists.

Each tourist will be allowed to stay on the bridge for 15 minutes. Bhat said the floating bridge will attract tourists as it gives the unique feeling of the movement of the sea under their feet. “A team from Hanuman Vittoba Bhajan Mandali took up this project and the priority has been given to the security of visitors,” he said.

Following recent tragedies at St Mary’s Island, Deputy Commissioner M Kurma Rao and other officials held a meeting and reviewed the security of the bridge. To avoid any tragedies, the government will buy two jet skis and station one each at St Mary’s Island and Malpe beach. 

They will patrol the area to avoid any tragedies, he said. Sudesh Shetty, leaseholder, Malpe beach, said the floating bridge has been introduced here as they are crowd pullers abroad.

The bridge has been put up at a cost of Rs 80 lakh and will be open from 9 am to 6 pm, he said. “Those above five years of age can pay Rs 100 and have the experience of the sea for 15 minutes. A boat will always be near the bridge and also 30 lifebuoy rings will be on the bridge,” Sudesh added.

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May 16,2022

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Bengaluru, May 16: The Karnataka Police have arrested an accused in connection with a brutal attack on a woman lawyer in Bagalkot district, the police said on Monday.

The video clip of the attack containing disturbing images of the culprit kicking, slapping, and assaulting the lawyer in full public view went viral on social media.

Biocon Chief Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw has also reacted to the incident through social media, saying that the man must be arrested for such abhorrent behaviour. "He is an animal not a civilised human," she said, sharing the video.

Social media describes this incident as shameful for Karnataka. The police have arrested the accused, 40-year-old Mahantesh Cholachagudda.

After the video went viral, the police arrested the accused. According to police, Mahantesh, a trader and a photographer at Bagalkot University assaulted the woman with respect to a property dispute. The victim, Sangeetha Sikkeri, was admitted to a hospital after the attack.

Advocate Sangeetha explained that her uncle, without informing her or her family, had sold the house they are residing in. The matter was in the court and the buyer of the property was forcing them to vacate the house. The person was influential and she suspected his role behind the attack.

Meanwhile, advocates in Bagalkot decided to not appear for the accused and were planning a dharna on Monday. Further investigation is on. 

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May 6,2022

Mangaluru, May 6: The custom officers at Mangaluru International Airport seized 848.54 grams of gold worth Rs 43,69,981 in two separate incidents from passengers.

The officials seized 732 grams of 24 carat gold worth Rs 37,69,800 from a passenger who arrived from Dubai. The gold was extracted in the form of one rectangular-shaped gold bar, concealed in his rectum.

In another case, 116.540 grams of gold worth Rs 6,00,181 was seized. The gold was smuggled in the form of four small square-shaped metallic objects concealed in between the bottom portion of two tins of dairy cream. Further investigation is in progress. 

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