Mangaluru: 29-year-old BE and MBA graduate ends life by jumping into Arabian Sea

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June 24, 2021

Mangaluru, June 24: A 29-year-old youth reportedly ended his life by jumping into the Arabian Sea at Rudrapade, Someshwar on the outskirts of the city yesterday.

The deceased has been identified as Pavan Bhat (29), son of Ganesh Prasanna, living near Someshwar municipal office.

After completing his Bachelor of Engineering (BE) in Mysuru, Bhat had come back to his native place and completed his MBA in Mangaluru. He was working in a private company and was working from home for the last few months.

Reportedly, Bhat used to regularly visit the Someshwar temple, but on Wednesday he scaled the Rudrapade on the seashore and unexpectedly jumped into the sea.

Though the lifeguards tried to save him they failed as the sea near the Rudrapade is very deep and the waves were high. The reason behind Bhat’s extreme step is yet to be ascertained.

After some time on noticing that the body of the youth was floating in the sea a little while later, home guard volunteers Prasad Suvarna, fisherman Sagar, Mohan and Sujith of the Coastal Security Force, as well as the staff of Someshwar temple struggled with the waves and succeeded in retrieving the body and bringing it to the seashore.

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Ramesh Mishra
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Saturday, 26 Jun 2021

YOUTH OF INDIA

I was born in India, I have studied, worked and travelled the whole world for over 50, years, since 1975, I am residing in Canada. I frequently visit India, sadly I have discovered that the educated youth are futureless, they suffer the Human Right Abuse, Atrocities and Crimes Against Humanity, their Human dignity is frequently arbitrarily stripped by the Subordinate Courts Justices, the Public Authorities, the youth become helpless and end up their life. Most of the politicians, IAS, IPS and PCS are reckless, unskilled, uneducated, uncivilized, barbarians, incompetent and wanton disregard for human life. Due to the highly populated country of India life is worthless. India uses draconian law to arbitrarily strip human dignity. Covid-19, the pandemic is not handled by skilled professionals causing massive death which has doomed India. India has become the most dangerous nation in the world in the year 2021.

Ramesh Mishra

Victoria, BC, CANADA

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August 3,2021

Bengaluru, Aug 3: Karnataka on Tuesday logged 1,674 fresh COVID-19 cases, taking the tally to 29.09 lakh, while 38 deaths took the toll to 36,650. 

The day also saw 1,376 discharges, taking the total number of recoveries to 28,49,003, leaving 24,280 active cases. Bengaluru Urban district reported the highest number of infections (477) and seven deaths, a health department bulletin said. 

Dakshina Kannada logged 307 cases and eight fatalities, the highest among districts. Mysuru district recorded 147 cases, Udupi and Hassan (104 each) Kodagu 94 and Tumakuru 80. Thirteen districts reported zero fatalities, the bulletin said Yadgir and Raichur districts did not report any fresh cases. 

On Tuesday, 1,21,021 COVID tests were conducted, taking the cumulative number of specimens examined so far to 3.90 crore. 

A total of 1,05,378 people were vaccinated, taking the overall number to 3.16 crore. The positivity rate stood at 1.38 per cent and the Case Fatality Rate at 2.27 per cent.

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August 1,2021

Bengaluru, Aug 1: The Karnataka government has notified an order prohibiting diversion of funds from Hindu temples to non-Hindu religious institutions.

The government has barred deviation of funds from either the 'tastik' amount or the annual grants.

As many as 757 religious centres and 111 prayer centres in the state receive 'tastik' and annual grant from Muzrai department. The order instructs that such grants be given to the concerned institutions through the Department of Minority Welfare, Hajj and Waqf.

A notification in this regard was released by the Karnataka Hindu religious institutions and charitable endowments department, popularly known as muzrai department, dated 23 July. It restricts diversion of funds from Muzrai department controlled Hindu temples to any other non-Hindu causes.

The decision was taken after members of the state and district Dharmic Parishads opposed the diversion of funds from Hindu temples to other religious institutions.

Diversion of the funds from the muzrai department to imams of mosques were recently opposed by Hindu organisations.

The Vishwa Hindu Parishad had opposed the decision of the government to provide Covid pandemic relief to the imams of 41 mosques and madrasas of Dakshina Kannada district from the funds of the muzrai department.

The VHP, instead, had urged the government to use the funds from 'devasthanams and temples' for the Hindu community.

In reply, Muzrai Minister Kota Shrinivas Poojary had assured the Hindu organisation to stop the financial aid from the department to non-Hindu religious institutions.

The Muzrai department had earlier distributed food kits worth Rs 1,500 each to all archakas of C-grade temples in May this year.

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July 24,2021

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Puttur, July 24: Mansoor, proprietor of Bolwar Aman Traders, has been chosen president of Rotary Puttur Elite, a social club in Dakshina Kannada. Abdul Razzak, Ranjit Mathias, Naveen Hans were chosen as vice president, secretary and treasurer respectively. 

The other office bearers and members are: Dr Peter Wilson Prabhakar, designated president; Maunesh Vishwakarma, Club Service Director; Abdul Azeez, community director; Karyappa PV, occasional director; Ashwin L Shetty, international director; Laveena Hans, youth director; Dr Vikhyat, polio section; Sudhir B, TRF; Eshwar Bedekar, district project; Shameeruddeen, membership; Rama K, TEACH; Johnson CM, wins; Supreet Manoraj, web; Joyal J Kutinha, CLCC; Muhammad Ansaf, water and sensation; Oscar Anand, rotaract; Padmavati, interact.

The swearing in ceremony of the new office bearers will take place on July 25 at 5 p.m. at Sudana School, Puttur. Vikram Datt, Rotary district secretary, will administer the oath of office. Saif Sultan Syed will be among the guests. 

Founded in 2020, Rotary Puttur Elite has been serving in the fielding for health, education and information under the leadership of founder president Vijay Harwin. 

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