Karnataka

Udupi: BBM Student Blanche D’Souza (20) Caught Copying in Exam Ends Life


Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (SP)

Udupi, Apr 14: A second year BBM student of Madhava Pai Memorial College, Manipal, committed suicide after having been caught while copying in the examination. Out of guilt and shame she reportedly felt because of the said humiliating experience, Blanche D’Souza (20), committed suicide on Friday April 13.

The parents of the girl, Benedict D’Souza, and Jacinta D’Souza, are employed in Dubai. Blanche attended college by staying in rented accommodation at B B D’Souza Compund, Eshwar Nagar, Manipal, along with her elder sister, Brial D’Souza.

On Thursday, Blanche had been caught red-handed while copying in the examination. The principal had summoned Brial, and sent Blanche home with her. Out of insult caused by this incident, it is said, Blanche hanged herself from the ceiling fan at her room on Thursday night. Brial, after getting up on Friday morning, saw what had happened, and took steps to take her younger sister to hospital. But the doctors there declared that Blanche was brought dead.

Brial, who collapsed and became unconscious at this unexpected turn of events, had not regained consciousness till Friday night. Parents of the victim are expected to arrive here today. On a complaint filed by Alphonse Cutinho, maternal uncle of the victim, a case was registered at Manipal police station.

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  • John Leo Dmello, Sharjah

    Thu, Apr 19 2012

    It was very shocking to hear that Blanch Dsouza is no more. She was an Altar Girl Server in St. Michael's Church, Sharjah, UAE before she went for higher studies to Mangalore. She was very active, helping nature, quiet and had a pleasing personality. When students are caught in exams they should be given counselling and at the same time diciplinary action should be taken. May God grant peace to her soul. We are deeply grieved at the loss of Blanch and offer our condolences to her family.

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  • Cheryl D'Souza, Mumbai

    Thu, Apr 19 2012

    Cheryl,Mumbai
    My humble sympathies to Blanch's family.Its easy to blame others when we are not in that situation. What about student's committing suicide when their parents are there 24/7.As a parent and teacher we should always advice our kids specially in this competitive world to do their best and its not the end of the world for their failure.

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  • prakash, manipal

    Tue, Apr 17 2012

    Dear parents dont take addmission to your ward in this college.The principal is very rude and gives tension to students.The lecturers are also not trained to teach in degree level.I request the colleage management to dismiss the principal

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  • Alwyn Maxim, Mangalore/UAE

    Mon, Apr 16 2012

    The comment of nagesh nayak, bangalore, is completely wrong. Because being a girl (Blanch, the authority of the Collage would have considered n handle the case with care n am sure the mistake is completely from the Collage management. Let Brayal, recover n the truth will come out.

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  • Alwyn Maxim, Mangalore/UAE

    Mon, Apr 16 2012

    One of the Great shock towards Blanch case, Can't believe n it is difficult to digest. Many comments regarding the suicide by Blanch, but totally I disagree on the issue. From my point of view, the great mistake of the Principal n the Exam hall supervisor. Both would have acted in a smart way being a Girl, there no difference between their own child n the others (Blanch) ! The real thing is that D'ling Blanch n Brayal, both are wonderful n very sweet Girls. Really their parents are lucky to have them, but the way Blanch is did is wrong and by mistake also can't imagine that she will do n I shocked my self to read the story or hear the news. She is So much dedicated towards to Church activities n good in sports also helpful girl. But the way the tragedy happened I can't believe, just praying to Almighty to give currage to her Sister Brayal n her parents Jessy Bai, Benna , to bear the lose. But I am sure that she (Blanch) will have eternal life n there is no mercy towards to the Principal n the supervisor, the way they handle the case, what-so-ever. In human being there is mercy towards to each other but why did Blanch did not get mercy in her coping case, it is not a criminal, the school authority would have made Blanch to appear for the same exam for the mistake. So humble girl she is n the way it's ends so sad, All of us in Dubai n Sharjah, shock to hear the sad news. May her soul rest in peace. A M E N

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  • Stella, Bombay, Sharjah

    Mon, Apr 16 2012

    We knew Blanch as a smiling and loving child when she was here. She was involved in so many Church activities. All adults are a pillar of support to every child, no matter what the situation is! The world is often harsh to the little ones :(
    Can't believe Blanch did it. Our Heavenly Father is so loving, lets cry to Him to have mercy on her innocent soul :(
    Sincere condolences to the bereaved family. May you experience Jesus's true love at this difficult time, God Bless.

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  • CM Fernandes, Dxb, UAE

    Sun, Apr 15 2012

    Mr. Nayak i understand you may think self righteous and donot have any human compassion. I know this family and Blanche. Fear and humiliation can drive you to do many things and also the fact that your parents are struggling in foreign lands and you fail to keep up with thier expectations. You are a retard and shouldnt be allowed to express your self. I hope her soul rests and in peace and brail and her family may have the courage to face this.

    Also Mr. Nayak try to be a little more human if you cant help try not to do any thing.

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  • Evans Christopher Sumitra, Udupi/New York, USAS

    Sun, Apr 15 2012

    It is very unfortunate that Blanche D'Souza at this tender age of 20 had to take this drastic step to end your life just because you were caught copying. I do not think she had to take this drastic step as her parents were in the gulf working hard for the well being of their children. Well after that I have no reason why she took such a drastic step to kill herself and also bring sadness to her parents,sister and the family members/friends. May her rest in peace and console her all the bereaved family.

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  • Ronald D, Udupi

    Sun, Apr 15 2012

    Nagesh Nayak, First time I am seeing a comment from you without political reference No Italy...no BJP.... Keep it up mate!!! Be Good!!

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  • vijay, Mangalore

    Sun, Apr 15 2012

    Poor Girl...Eternal Rest Grant to Her Soul......
    why SHOULD THE PARENTS BE BLAMED?....
    Because they want the Best for their children?
    Those who have no Experience of What Most Indians have to undergo in the Gulf cannot Understand and put the Blame on the Parents
    The Parents can also open Pharmacy shops or something like Grocery Stores, but then with the Rising COSTS IN OUR GREAT country, there is an alternative for both skilled and semi skilled workers in Gulf Nations. The need to provide something better for the children....so that they can have a better life than them.....

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  • grettanoronha, manipal

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    Unbelievable, and shocking news for us. blancha was a nice girl and very friendly with us. why she has taken such decision. i and my family knows her very well. she is very helpful and social , she used to help my mom. may her soul rest in peace. may god give courage toher sister brial and her parents,i canot believe and express my feelings to her. she was very sweet.we miss u blancha. children should share their feelings and difficulties with their parents. failure and successis the part of life . may the risen lord take care of her .

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  • Vishal, Mangalore/Bangalore

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    I can understand what went through the mind of this child when caught red handed. One of my close friends faced the similar situation in St. Aloysius College in early 80's. He took the rope and climbed the coconut tree and about to be hanged himself. Luckily for him, his Aunt grew suspicious and followed him and persuaded him to climb down and now this friend is settled very well in life.

    It is very easy to blame. But when you confront such situation, for some sensitive persons, it is next to impossible to show their face in the society. Society is very cruel indeed.

    Please don't blame any one. It has just happened. It is her bad time. At any cost, please don't blame the parents whose status is not known to us. No parent will expect a suicide from their loving children.

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  • peter dsouza, belvai sharjah

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    college is responsible for the girls sucide. the police should take strict action on the principal and also the lecturer. the police should do yhe investigation with the students then only will come to know the fact of madhava pai memorial college manipal. i request each and every parents before taking admission in the college we should check hot the lecturer and listening to this nobody should take admission in this college.

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  • GABRIAL DSOUZA, SHIRVA

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    It is sad and sympahy for the parents and the family. Just keep in mind that by blaming we will not hurt anyone. All the world is our brothers and sisters. let us share our grief and sadness. It is all God's will we face all sacrifices in our loved ones.

    To the parents, keep faith to God and continue praying for her soul.

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  • Eric Coelho, Mangalore

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    For the first time NN has written very sensible piece of comment. I fully hold the parents responsible as counselling starts from home and not from school. Just like we say Charity starts at home, we need to make parents understand that they have to bring every issue negative and positive impact to the knowledge of their kids. Today we are living in a world where information is at our finger tips (especially counselling information) and it was important for the parents to be there with their kids at the time of exams for good guidance, encouragement, moral support and so on which they have totally failed to do so. I am a parent and I ensure that one parent i.e., mother or father is there with our kids at the time of their exams to give them encouragement and moral support. During exams many issues comes into the picture - good health, timely healthy food, guidance, advice, little bit of entertainment will help them to have their mind fresh to answer the exams. Holding the school responsible is absolute not acceptable and I feel in all "The parents are responsible for the Child's negative action". What is important to understand whether the parents were aware of the childs exam copying and if so the school action and thereafter the parents action must have taken the toll on that poor child. School did its duty for copying but the parents failed to perform their duty properly. Were the parents aware of the childs copying action needs to be probed before she committed suicide and if they have shouted at her also then they should be held responsible for abetment to suicide. Thorough probe is required.

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  • Silvia, Mangalore

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    Judge not others, because you will be judged. Why increase the agony of those concerned? If you are so interested and concerned, pls pray for the soul of the dead or for the parents and sisters and the Principal, who must be really feeling terrible at this moment.

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  • PRANITHA PINTO, VALENCIA MANGALORE

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    May her soul rest in peace… Don’t blame the parents. Teachers must undergo training on management of adolescent problems. Don’t point out the mistake in front of others correct them secretly in friendly manner.

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  • Ashrian Dsouza , Mlore/Doha

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    Very sad to hear this, let her soul rest in peace.

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  • Anitha D'Souza, Moodubelle/Sharjah

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    Dear Bendicta,Jacintha&Brial,
    very sad to hear this news.As a teacher i know personally Blanch.very good althelt she was ashigh school student.and you were very happy parents we dont know gods will what it is.really it is a shocking news to us as we are decided to send our child to study back in m'lore.we know here in gulf the education is only money making process.so we will advice our children how the parents are working very hard here only there purpuse is to give agood eductionto their kids.so my advice is dont write the negative comments to the parents.we all will find out what's wrong?we pray that her soul rest in peace and we also pray for the family.

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  • Bangalore boy, Bangalore

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    girl was responsible for this incident.pray lord to give courage,strenght and support to her sister and family.

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  • MELVIN PINTO, MANGALORE/ BANGALORE

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    MR NAGESH NAYAK , BEFORE COMENTING YOU TRY TO UNDERSTAND THE REAL STORY , THIS GIRLS PARENTS WORKS IN DUBAI BECAUSE THEY CANT MINT MONEY HERE LIKE YOU,MAY HER SOUL REST IN PEACE AND THE GOOD GOD GIVE YOU BETTER THOUGHTS.

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  • Percy Noronha, Mangalore, Muscat

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    Though both the parents are working abroad to support the children, sometimes it is necessary that one of them take care of the children by staying together,instead of leaving them in the hands of the relatives. After all relatives cannot give the same attention and love what the parents could give. There could be various reasons to take this drastic step besides copying. May her soul rest in peace.

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  • Girish Kumar, Mangalore

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    What as happen to this girl is real sad, what abdul samad, Mangalore said is right too, coz i have an experience too... Nagesh nayak, bangalore you are right, that is what your parents have not taught you what is right and what is wrong and who is right person and who is wrong person....beside that i guess you call your parents HEY father and Hey mother?

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  • Jaimini P.B., Manipal,Sharjah

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    Dear Joseph D'souza..Thank you.I received Plus & Minus marks from Daiji readers many times. My policy is that analyse the thing properly.Truth will come out.Simple example..Shankar Bidari case.Most of the readers called him Rapist like Muthulakshmi.But when I analysed the things properly,people started favoring Shankar Bidari.

    In this suicide case also..I don't blame neither Principal nor Parents. I BLAME SYSTEM. At the same time I request all parents not to leave your children alone because of some Dhs or Dollors. I am happy that my wife who worked in prestigious school in Dubai resigned to her job 7 years back...and settled in India..FOR CHILDREN..It is a hard and painful decision but very good decision at the end.

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  • Wilfred Rego, Siddakatte/ Oman

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    It is very shocking news indeed. Present competitive world each and every parent desire good future of their children and they compell them to perform well in examination. See that all are not good in studies but they will perform in other areas. As a parent we have give all moral support atleast by their availability by staying with them during examination.

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  • Shaleen, Mangalore

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    There are many solution for every problem .......keep trust on God. People who commit suicide are cowards. May her soul rest in peace.

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  • Ram Shetty, mangalore/udupi/mumbai

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    Why you publish nagesh nayak's comment which as no sense it hurts some of the persons, can you imagine how the Parents of this girl feels if they read this guy's comment?

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  • Rajesh, mangalore

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    MR do u know the parents personally?? how many children listen to their GOOD parents nowadays so dont preach , ur message spills with venom towards our religion stop hate preaching

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  • Hariprasad Hegde, mangalore/udupi

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    Nobody over here know's how was the things handled over there how much she was humiliated, which made her to take this steps.

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  • Robert Tauro, Kadri, Mangalore

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    Very sad. Heartfelt sympathies to the parents and sister.
    My sincere request to fellow writers who are quick in drawing conclusions.
    Nobody can justify copying, but by blaming parents at this juncture, you are adding salt to the injury. Be sensitive to parents feelings. If times are bad anything can happen to anyone. Tomorrow it could be me or you. So do not be too presumptuous, instead pray for the well being of all.

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  • Hariprasad Hegde, mangalore/udupi

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    nobody over here know's how was the things handled over there how much she was humiliated, which made her to take this steps.

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  • Ram Shetty, Mangalore/Udupi

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    PARENTS ARE THE MAIN CULPRITS. LOL the guy is a joke He is forgeting that it is pointing him too.

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  • Joseph D'Souza, Managlore

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    Well said Mr.Jaimini PB.I agree with you.I fail to understand why atlease mother unable to stay with the children.Is money important than children.Principal could have handled the situation in better way.My sympathies are witht the family.Let all parents and educational institutions be vigilant.Mr.Jaimini after watching your comments on various subjects and number of times I feel you make most sensible comments to the point.

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  • Felix D' Souza, Udupi

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    If committing suicide is the fruit of insult, humiliation, then why can’t we look at our three great elected leaders who were recently in the news for some reason’s. Still they face media and attend public meetings…!!! A short-cut to solve a problem will not bring long term solution.

    If either of the parent was with the teenage girl, to provide moral and emotional support during this critical time, I think, this incident would not have happened. Generally parents employ maximum pressure on kids during their studies to get maximum marks to secure a bright future leaving the present in dark !

    The rest of us need to look into the future, safety and security of our kids seriously. Often we must remind / encourage our kids to take positive steps with strong mind against emotional feelings. Let us all reassure ourselves that ‘whatever will be the difficulties / problems in my/our life, I will fight and will not find ways to run away from the difficulties / problems.’

    May the soul of Blanche D’Souza rest in eternal peace and her family get the Heavenly blessings to bear the great loss, Amen.

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  • Rajkumar Kotian, Udupi

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    Some one is keen to blame parents for childs mistake.Then most of the readers including me have to think how the parents of So and so brought up them without any basic human abilities.Just blame and make fun of someone for no reasons .What ever goes up and down,just point out based on religion and hurt others emotions.
    IF possible comfort someone.If you have nothing to do with it sit quietly holding a holy book and read and refresh your mind.May your kids will learn good from you.Vidye ullavana muka muthu biruvantikku,vidye yilladavana muka haalura haddinanthikku Sarvajna.

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  • Ektha D, Bahrain

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    This is really upsetting.

    Our failure to accept failure is our biggest failure as children, as parents, as relatives and as society.

    Like an author said, there is no ideal parent there is no ideal child.

    Condolences to the family on the loss of precious one.

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  • abdul samad, Mangalore

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    Dont blame the parents. This happens because of the stress, pressure. How many good lecturer the colleges possess'. They donno to teach properly and ultimate the students suffers.In some of the colleges if students asks doubts or fails to answer the questions, the lecturers simply cut off their attendance causing students to suffer owing to shortage of attendance. Principals of some colleges doesn't even know wht happens inside the class room. Only students have to bear all this.I request the management of colleges to build up good relationship between student and mgt.

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  • nagesh nayak, bangalore

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    hey,JULIET RUDOLPH DSILVA, brahamavar/mumbai,

    STRESS IS THERE IN ALL THE FIELDS.

    STRESS STARTS FROM MORNING WAKE UP & ENDS AT NIGHT SLEEP.

    TO BEAT THE STRESS PARENTS SHOULD GIVE PROPER ADVICE, MORAL SUUPORT ETC,,..

    NOWADAYS POLITICIANS, OFFICE GOERS, ATHLETES, ACTORS , STUDENTS EACH & EVERY ONE LIVES UNDER THE STRESS DUE TO COMPETITION, EGO,FALSE PRESTIGES.

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  • n. v. , yekkar, permude

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    Now a days sucide becomes regular in udupi and mangalore districts....
    Parents are real culprits for this incident... parents should monitor and councel their children properly.... otherwise this will be the result.
    May her soul rest in peace
    N. V.(v2r1)
    YEKKAR
    PERMUDE

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  • JULIET RUDOLPH DSILVA, brahamavar/mumbai

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    very sad no use blaming parents now a days education stress kills the child and to top this shame and humilation in front of other is toomuch to bear may her sould rest in peace

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  • nagesh nayak, bangalore

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    hey, ruchi, udupi,

    DO NOT BLAME PRINCIPAL WITHOUT KNOWING THE REAL FACTS.

    PARENTS HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ACTIVITIES OF THEIR KIDS.

    IF PARENTS ARE GOOD THEIR CHILDRENS ALSO GOOD.

    WE BELIEVE IN :

    THAAYIYE MODALA DEVARU.

    MANEYE MODALA PAATASHAALE.

    KIDS FUTURE DEPENDS ON THEIR PARENTS & HOUSE SITUATION.

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  • VIVAN DSA, DUBAI

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    What to say? I’ll be strong, I’ll be wrong, oh but life goes on.

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  • tresa , Mangalore

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    It is an age where close monitoring is necessary. And that too during exams, stress is more and proper guidance is necessary. This should have been understood by parents. Blaming the girl will not do justice because their mindset is not right at this stage. May her sould rest in peace.

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  • capt.cornelio, udyavar

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    I fully agree with you.My kids studied in manipal and i have found faculty is never student friendly always trying to throw their weight around helpless students.they will fabricate false stories against a student and call for parents.this kind of behavior from the faculty can also send these kids to commit suicide. Hope KMC,MIT, Wagsha and other colleges will learn a lesson from this incident.

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  • shahnawaz kukkikatte, dubai/udupi

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    I hold the parents responsible...I have heard news of children of overseas parents committing suicide. Its due to lack of parental love, high expectation and lack of counselling..She is teenaged girl and humiliation and phobia has driven her to take extreme step... She shud have changed her college.. May her soul rest in peace...Parents need to stay with their children until they are settled in their life... Parental sacrifice is need of the hour and there is no gain without pain and sacrifice..Sad and disturbing news..

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  • capt.cornelio, udyavar

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    What a shame a young life is lost.i feel principal could have dealt this kind of problems in abetter manner.he must have insulted and humiliated in front of every one least he could have warned privately.these things happens in most of the educational institutes as our school authorities are not trained to deal with. May her soul rest in peace.this incident has bought shame to the institute.

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  • Mervin, SVD, Mangalore (Nairobi, Kenya)

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    What a shocking and painful thing. What is happening to our young ones in Mangalore? Where is their resilience? What is our church doing and other religious institutions doing about this perennial and recurring problem? These young people need guidance and counselling. Also every institution of learning should have well trained counsellors to guide students in crises situations. Even in a country like Kenya every school and institution of learning has a counsellor who accompanies students and guides them. This is so shameful, frustrating and painful. Young ones ending lives for so silly a reason. The principal may have condemned or badly dealt with the girl. Police should check it out properly and establish the real cause. This is too much. May God rest the girl in eternal peace and confort and consolation to the bereaved family. I heart goes out to the parents and sister of the girl. God, give them strength and courage to bear the pain and loss. God bless one and all.
    Prayers & kind regards,
    Fr. Mervin, SVD
    Nairobi Kenya.

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  • Raviprabha, Udupi, Udupi

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    It is very sad. May her soul rest in peace.

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  • MA, Kateel

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    May soul rest in peace, I think may be this happen coz somebody thought her to do so that she will get good marks, One more innocent left us , god please save from this
    MA
    Kateel

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  • THERESA LOBO, Mukamar-Sharjah

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    Very sad news. Girls need their parents when they are in teens.They require love and support. May her soul rest in peace. I feel very sad for her sister..she will feel the loneliness...Take care of your daughter...do not leave her alone.
    May God give strength and courage to bear this loss.

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  • ruchi, udupi

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    Please dont blame the parents without knowing the facts, there must be a reason for them to be there , the greed part is not the issue, here first the counselling is need for the principal out of seniority or other reasons they have been given the responsiblity, and they try to prove a point to see their presence felt, the principal should have taken proper step, who knows what he said, he should be questioned and held responsible for this, as mentioned by people who knew her that she was a good girl, and knowing her background the principal should have handled in a proper manner, where a innocent life could have been saved, the principal is equally responsible for this innocent girls death, there are various reasons why parents go and work Greed is not the issue, we should not jump into to conclusion not knowing the facts, as is the principal is concerned, knowing the man, who is a totally a incompetent person is why I say this? he was never a good lecturer and never a good principal all students without any bias opinion will agree to this, may the girl rest in peace, and may god give enough strength for the family to over come this loss may the elder sister come back to proper senses, please see that proper counsilling is given to her to lead a decent life.

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  • nagesh nayak, bangalore

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    PARENTS ARE THE MAIN CULPRITS.

    PARENTS ARE INTERESTED ONLY IN MINTING MONEY .

    LACK OF COORDINATION BETWEEN PARENTS & CHILDRENS LEADS TO SUICIDES.

    PARENTS SHOULD BE WITH CHILDRENS DURING EXAMS FOR MORAL SUPPORT.



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  • Arman, Mangalore

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    One more innocent life is gone……..irresponsible parents and irresponsible principal is responsible for this, how can parents leave their children alone at their 20 when they need the guidance the most. Very Sad to hear these incidents which should not happen.

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  • Jaimini P.B., Manipal,Sharjah

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    Extremely sorry to hear this news. One thing everyone should realize that there are millions of people who undergo difficult period or shame at least once in their life time. Suicide is the not the solution.One has to face it,that is the real challenge in life.Just getting degree of BBM or BE is not a great thing.Unfortunately,schools and colleges don't teach students how to survive in difficult time and face life.They teach PUSTAKADA BADANE KAI..

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  • Aneesh, manipal

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    Blanche was a very sweet person, well obedient and very childish heart, she talks just like a kid and all her behavior is so. She did the bible reading for Easter mass in the church.Don't know y parents left them alone here. Its difficult to believe she is no more.

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  • Felix, Udupi

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    When the children grow, they need emotional and moral support from parents. The greed for richness and accumulating more and more money became fashion now-a-days. Parents don't have time to stay with their growing children. Anyhow a sad incident and may the Almighty Lord grant courage to the parents of Ms. Blanche D’Souza to our come this grief. A great loss to the society and to the parents in particular. Let this incident be an eye-opener to all of us.

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  • Dinesh Gras, Dubai(Byndoor)

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    Very sad incident.May her soul rest in peace.

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  • Nischal Ferrao & fly, Belman / Muscat

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    Dear Parents, It is too sad to hear and cannot digest this news. Our heartfelt condolences on her sad demise. May God give enough courage and strength to bear the loss of your daughter. May her soul rest in peace.

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  • Ashok Pinto, moodibidri/kuwait

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    May her soul rest in peace..!suicide is not a solution of any problem.

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  • Joseph, Doha, Qatar

    Sat, Apr 14 2012

    Very sad indeed.
    Guess she must have been provoked to resort to copying tactics due to various pressures (academic, household or allied) which must have been difficult to cope with for a girl of her age. Additionally, the apparent scolding she may have received from her principal could be another reason to have pushed herself to the limit.

    All the more surprising is the fact that her parents are working overseas ... can understand it can be for the betterment of the family .. but children in their teens need love and affection from their parents at this age and certainly not recommended to leave them at the care of their near and dear relatives ... no matter what. ..

    One wonders how her maternal uncle may have been taking care of both the girls..nothing can be said at this point. All angles will surely be probed and everything will come out after a detailed enquiry. May her soul rest in peace.

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