New office of MLC Ivan D'Souza inaugurated in Mangalore

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September 6, 2014

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Mangalore, Sep 6: On Saturday, the inaugural ceremony of MLC Ivan Souza's office and website was held at the office situated at Mangalore City Corporation building in the city.

Rajeevi, caretaker of the district Congress office, inaugurated the office by lighting the lamp on the occasion.

Priest of Kateel temple Ravi Santhosh Kamath blessed the inaugural ceremony.

Speaking on the occasion, Ivan D'Souza said that the office was a means for people to express their problems and assured them of responding to their needs.

MLA J R Lobo, Mayor Mahabala Marla, deputy mayor Kavita, district Congress president in-charge Ibrahim Kodichal and others were present on the occasion.

For the convenience of the people, online pages have been created – www.ivandsouza.com, www.facebook.com/ivandsouzamlc on Facebook, Ivan_MLC as user name on Twitter.

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Wishing you all the best.

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October 10,2020

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Mysuru, Oct 10: The Technical Committee, headed by Dr M K Sudharan, has issued guidelines with restriction for the 'Dasara festival beginning from Oct 17 this year.

As per guidelines, the festival, including culture programmes, will be held only at Sri Chamundeshwari temple, atop of the Chamundi hills and at Mysuru Palace only.

The team led by Dr Sudharshan, Dr Hamood Sheriff, Member Secretary and Dr Lokesh Alahari member of TAC visited both the places on Friday. After consultation with Deputy Commissioner Rohini Sinduri, decided to strictly limit the entry up to 200 persons only.

Whereas in Mysuru Palace, cultural programmes in the evening for 8 days from October 17 to 24 with limitation to just two hours per day by local artists only and not exceeding 50 persons.

The Committee also recommended that the illumination –selected areas- in the evening 1900 hours to 2100 hours for ten days only.

On the finale of the 'Dasara festivities', the famous 'Dasara' procession (jamboo savari) was only limited palace premises, with 300 persons shall be allowed with all covid precautions.

The team said in view of the ongoing Covid pandemic with fatality, it is strongly recommended making "Dasara" 2020 celebrations virtual for the public. Consequently, the public is not allowed this year for all the events.

The number of persons to be allowed for the events shall be strictly adhered to RT-PCR negative test report done after October 14 shall be mandatory for all those attending the events this includes officials, staff, security personnel media personnel and others.

The artists are other performers shall be local artists preferably from Mysuru and other districts of Karnataka only.

The district administration shall organise adequate and appropriate publicity well in advance this year following restrictions due to Covid-19.

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October 10,2020

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Mangaluru, Oct 10: A ten-year-old boy, showing courage and presence of mind, scared away a large python after being bitten by it while he was walking to a temple at Mannagudda here.

Sankalp G Pai, a Class V student of Canara school at Urwa, was on his way to the temple near his house on Wednesday evening, when the snake that came out from a sewage pipeline caught hold of his right leg.

Without losing his cool, the boy kicked the snake's head with the other leg shaking it off after a struggle, getting a bite in between.

He then alerted the people in the neighbourhood.

The local people brought a snake catcher who rescued the python which was still hiding inside the pipe.

The snake was later taken to the Pilikula biological park.

The boy's father Gopalakrishna Pai said his son's snake bite wound is healing.

The boy's presence of mind has become a topic of discussion on social media.

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October 10,2020

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Udupi, Oct 5: Zainul Ulama M Abdul Hameed Musliyar Mani, general secretary of Karnataka Sunni Jamiyatul Ulama, today took over as the Qadhi of Samyukta Jamaat (combined mosque committees) of Udupi. More than 100 mosques in the district fall under his jurisdiction.

The Qadhi post was vacant following the demise of Bekal Ibraheem Musliyar last month. Zainul Ulama was chosen as the successor to Ibrahim Musliyar on October 5 in special general meeting of the Samyukta Jamaat held under the leadership of its president Haji P Aboobakar Nejar.

Today’s swearing in ceremony was held on the premises of Mulur Central Mosque under the supervision of Edappal Mahmood Musliyar.

Dr Muhammad Fazil Razvi Kavalkatte inaugurated the programme. Aboobakar Nejar presided over. K P Husain Saadi of K C Road delivered the keynote address.

S P Hamza Saqafi Bantwal, P P Ahmed Saqafi Kashipatna, K N M Shafi Saadi, Usman Saadi Pattori among others were present.

The swearing in ceremony was followed by a programme to commemorate former Qadhi Marhoom Bekal Ibraheem Musliyar under the leadership of Sayyid Mukhtar Tangal.

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