Mangalore : They Wanted to End their Lives, But....


Editorial
Daijiworld Media Network

Mangalore, Apr 30: Time and again, we come across situations and individuals who inspire us to live, to achieve, and strive ahead without fear. There are also times when we insipire the same in others, though we may not even be aware of it.

Here is a story of a couple, who thought they had no reason to live, and had in fact contemplated ending their lives out of the misery of pain. But then something, or someone, made them change their minds, bringing a new ray of hope into their darkened fate.

So who was it that inspired them? None other than You, the esteemed readers of daijiworld.com, who have time and again made a difference in the lives of many. This time, your generosity has reached a new height, a new milestone, for, it is not just one life that you saved, but an an entire family.

Walter D'Souza from Modankap, Bantwal is a mason and is hardly able to make ends meet. His new born son had hernia and his urine bladder was outside the stomach (extropy bladder). Urine was passing through a hole, and later the child was operated.

Wallan's mother is a housewife, and for the past one year, the couple has left no stone unturned to get their child treated, spending all their meagre savings on him. Wallan is one year old now.

At one point of time, the frustration of not being able to give their child its precious life began eating into them, and they almost lost all hopes. They could not bear to live without Wallan, and neither could they see him in pain. But then, they needed a whopping Rs 6.5 lac for his treatment, which was way beyond their means. Still they tried their best, but in vain.

"Honestly, we thought we would end our lives. We did not want to be a burden on anyone, and also could not bear to see the pain of our little darling..." said Walter D'Souza with eyes brimming with tears when he visited daijiworld office last week to submit the bank statement to us.

"Someone suggested that I should visit daijiworld as they might help, as that person had heard of many people who had benefited through the website," he said.

When we scrutinized his appeal, we found it be genuine and recommended by many.

A simple appeal on daijiworld column has now enabled people to contribute nearly Rs one million (Rs 10 lac) towards the cause!  And that too within a gap of just 20 days !

"I have always heard of good people, but now I know how those good people can become God for you..." he said, referring to every donor as God, "For me, they are truly God, who came in the form of good Samaritans and helped me out my difficulty. The doctor has assured me that Wallan will be normal after his surgery. Soon he will be operated...."

"I want to thank each person individually, how can I do it? I do not have anyone's address, people only remitted money but never provided their contact details," Walter humbly says, "Sir, my son's surgery will cost around 6.5 lac, can I donate the rest to other people? There may be many kids with problems like Wallan, and their parents must be facing a similar situation like us...." When these words came from this gentleman, we knew we had helped the right cause.

As usual, being a responsible media, we want to say thank you to all those who contributed, prayed, supported and gave a new lease of life to little Wallan in every possible way.

As long as we have readers like you, who can stop us from extending a helping hand?

May God bless us all.

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Comment on this article

  • JENI, MANGALORE/DUBAI

    Mon, May 14 2012

    I have been reading many of them's comment and i dont think dat there is any point to disagree the comments.. Either these people are jobless who are keep in on disagreeing everyones comment or else these kind of people dont know to read english. There must be some sense to agree or disagree the comments.

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  • mumtaz arshad, mangalore / oman

    Tue, May 8 2012

    Well done! excellent job by the daijiworld staff. may the Almighty Allah shower his blessings on baba wallan and his parents.

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  • Herald, Kudla/Dubai

    Sun, May 6 2012

    It feels so nice to read these comments.I see only one religion, only one party, HUMANITY.

    Good to see all of us united under one feeling, one thought, one cause.

    This is the power of unity.
    God Bless all those who helped by sending money, (frankly speaking, I am not one of them)

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  • Shanthi Edward, Kateel/Dubai

    Sat, May 5 2012

    This is what the innocent heart, you all good samaritans u r truly following jesus commandments i.e., love one another and u all saved three soul of that family give and it shall given unto u, hats up daiji great job

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  • LeoVictor, Hubli/Mangalore

    Wed, May 2 2012

    GoD Bless the child and the wonderful people who have helped the cause.

    good work daijiworld

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  • Chris, Kuwait

    Tue, May 1 2012

    I am impressed by the compassionate deeds undertaken by Daiji staff. I commend each of you for your dedication and hard work. And yes above all a huge God bless to all the donors appearing in the form of kind Samaritans. Your help counts and may it be rewarding!!

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  • Pramitha Reena Pinto, Thannirbavi/Mangalore

    Tue, May 1 2012

    Good job done by Daiji.Keep it up ur good work. May god bless wallen n his parents.

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  • Abbas, Mangalore

    Tue, May 1 2012


    Mr.Siddiq, Saudi Arabia.

    Bcoz they are "INHUMAN"

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  • Clement Dmello, Udupi/UAE

    Tue, May 1 2012

    I am happy that a little contribution helped Wallen.Thank you daiji and keep up the good work.

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  • Siddiq, Saudi Arabia

    Tue, May 1 2012

    I dont know why some readers clicking disagree for such a Humanitarian comments.

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  • preema, mangalore

    Tue, May 1 2012

    Thank you Daijiworld. God bless dear child.

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  • leeda, Mangalore-Denmark

    Tue, May 1 2012

    Thanks a lot for Daijiworld for a great work,God bless all the good heart donors.And my daily prayers for Wallen and family

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  • Shwetha Kamath, Mangalore

    Tue, May 1 2012

    I have been following success story of daijworld for last few years, this kind of good job has taken you to the top level. Without show-off, without boasting yourself, and without blaming others you have reached to this pinacle.All we pray is, may God grand good health all members of your team to serve the needy people in the coming days. We pray for little baba Wallen and his parents.Please keep us update about his operation.

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  • Syed, Khobar/Saudi Arabia

    Tue, May 1 2012

    Great Work...Keep Doing...May Allah bless the Daijiworld and all the people who Contributed....

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  • pratap Naik, sj, Kundapur/Panaji, Goa

    Tue, May 1 2012

    Daijiworld is a unique website with dedicated commitment to the needy in the society irrespective of caste, creed, language and gender of coastal Karnataka. It is the voice of the voiceless. It brings hope and new life for those who have lost even a ray of hope in their lives. DW is the light, salt and yeast of our society. May Daijiworld's tribe increase.

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  • Fr.Wilfy Rodrigues OCD, Farla/Mysore

    Tue, May 1 2012

    Hats off to Daijiworld that makes possible what is impossible and to all the Good Samaritans!
    May the Risen Lord bless all of you. It will never be forgotten by the Merciful Lord! I appreciate the sincerity of Walter to re-channelize the extra amount, but I suggest that he keep some amount as surety for the future of the child as well as his poor family, if all the donors agree, although the Lord has told us not to worry about tomorrow! It's only a suggestion, I too strongly believe in the Providence of God!

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  • Reshma Cutinha, Muscat

    Tue, May 1 2012

    Please continue your good work daijiworld, our prayers and support always with you. You made real changes in journalism.

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  • S.M. Nawaz Kukkikatte, udupi

    Tue, May 1 2012

    Great! Thanks to contributors and daiji.

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  • Leonida, Jeddah/Mangalore

    Tue, May 1 2012

    Thank you Daijiworld... God bless dear Wallan , get well soon.

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  • Lavina, Mangalore

    Tue, May 1 2012

    Surely baba Wallen's operation is succeeding. May God bless him & his parents abundantly.

    Thank you Daijiworld for publishing this type of articles.

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  • Vidya D'souza, Bahrain / Mudarangadi

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    We are proud of daijiworld....

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  • maria, mangalore

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Great to have intimation on your site so that genuine people are helped by great benefactors. If these people go the the so called medical funds of the church, they get max Rs 10,000 after many attempts and pleading. What can the poor people do with Rs 10,000 for medication. It is as good as nothing.
    Great Walter you are God sent to help the poor and needy. Keep up your good work. God will bless you hundred fold and let your site give more sight to the poor and needy.

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  • haneef, mali

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    God already decided to save wallan, but through daijiworld! great work.May god return you a pleasant bounty!

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  • lavina, mlore/dubai

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    God bless you baba Wallan

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  • Anitha D'souza, Shankerpura/K.S.A

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Thanks Daiji for saving life.Wonderful work.Wish you a very speedy recovery baba wallen.God bless Daiji.

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  • Dr Dhananjaya Bhatt, Udupi

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    May God bless Daijiworld.

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  • Ida Pinto and fly , Muscat

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    May God bless dear walty and your entire team for their good work.

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  • AMAR NATHAL, MANGALORE

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Hats Off Daijiwolrd. You make Mangalore a shining example through your website. What makes you greater is the honesty and sincerity with which you receive and distribute funds. Can the distructive communal forces learn from this esteemed website?

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  • Suleman, Udupi

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Good Job done for Noble Cause. Best wishes to Daiji and Wallan.

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  • Edwin Nazareth., Shankerpura.Pangla

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    'Daijiworld' you are great, no words to express my feelings, I can say only 'God bless you and your team' keepit up we are all with you.

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  • paul d`souza, balakunje

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Wonderfull job/work done by daijiworld. It is always feel nice & you see god in you when you offer help/support to helpless. No words to praise for daijiworld for saving child & family.The future belongs to those who really believe in the beauty of their dreams. Walter, you are simply great.Some one should not give up in life whatever cause or situation front of you. Must challenge. thats the beauty of life. Not to lose hope & not to run away from the fact. Deffinately you will be the winner. Dont give up.PROBLEMS ARE ALSO NOT PERMANENT.Thank you daijiworld.

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  • Priya Pai, Mangalore/ London

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    I'm so pleased that you have received funds to treat your little boy. I'm glad that I contributed to this worthy cause.

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  • Roshan braganza, udyavara

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    well done daijiworld. Its just one of the cases , there r lot of them with even bigger problems. As far as the money left , parents can keep the money for child future marriage and other expenses. Case of senior citizens getting abandoned by their family , forces them to come on streets begging. Its sad and somthing has to be done about this!

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  • prakash, udupi

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    thanks Daiji. May God bless wallan & his family and all the donators.

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  • Dr.Thinker, Mangalore/London

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Dear daijiworld editor & staff, it's really good to read articles like this and shows that there are lot of people out their with great human values.I appreciate your initiative in this regard and my sincere heartfelt thanks to the donors who have made this possible.
    My sincere thanks to you all

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  • vijay Nair, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Keep it up Daijiworld.......

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  • ras, dubai

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    May god bless wallen and his family.It is through gods blessing you have got 10lacs instead of 6.5.So i wish u to put the rest of the money in his bank account for his studies.And its good that you thought of other needy children.Have Trust in infant jesus

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  • FLORA DSOUZA, KALMADY (JERIMERI-MUMBAI)

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Daijiworld you are like good SAMARITAN to many familes. Congrats,God bless and keep this spirit.

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  • asiya, kundapur

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    wonderful job, keep it up may god bless u

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  • Ranjith, Mangalore, KSA

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    God Bless the child & the Fly. And thanks to all who donated. May God Almighty bless them abduntly.

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  • JRM, Bahrain

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    As I’m one of the contributor, I feel happy and pray for speedy recovery of child.

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  • SP, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Thanks to daijiworld for the showing us the way to help the needy. We may not have much money with us to donate. But still a rupee makes a big difference to the needy.
    No words to say.....

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  • Ashok, Udupi/Duabi

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Thanks Daiji. May God bless wallan & his family and all the donators.

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  • Alan, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Humanity still does exists and it will.. God Bless All

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  • Tony Francis, Udupi

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Its a great helping hand extended by people in their miserable condition of their abnormal child. May God bless "Daiji" for creating a special column for the poor needy people.

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  • Babu, Mangalore.dubai

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    What a incident and what a great help from all the daijiworld. Readers who have contributed to this family. Hats of to all the donors and god bless you all. The parents are really touched.

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  • Gladys V. A, Noronha, kORAKAMBLA

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Great Gesture by daiji dubai. Walty i once met you during one marriage function along with my dad in mangalore. You are very simple person. We pray almighty to give good health ....
    Gladys Noronha (bayya)
    Kuwait

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  • Sridhar, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Excellent job to the people in need... Keep it up Daijiworld for the cause of mankind..

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  • Srikanth Shenoy, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Reading this article gives me goosebumps, really wonderful and outstanding support form the entire the readers Wonderful.

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  • KRPrabhu, Kudla/Bengaluru

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    In todays situation one can not believe the press or person/s but daijiworld has done a unique humanitarian job by reaching out to the needy and savinsg a family which was in dispair.Great job indeed worth emulating by others in the line.

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  • Kenneth D'Souza, Udupi/Goa

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Thanks daiji and donors for your noble support. God bless you.

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  • satish, kundapur

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Great job done by Daiji..keep doing such kind of help ,God bless you..

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  • Siddiq BK, Baikamapdy/Saudi Arabia

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    No "WORDS" to express.
    Well done Daijiworld.Keep up your social responsibility.

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  • Rafael Rodrigues, Goa/Dubai

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Salute to all of youll and daijiworld is doing great job and Mr,Walter god bless you.

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  • Ahmed, Mangalore / Doha

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    God bless the child. May the Almighty bless the parents provide him with good education. The poor have the rights in whatever we earn. The more you give charity (sadaqa) the more it will help poor.

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  • Rafael Rodrigues, Goa/Dubai

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Salute to all of youll and daijiworld is doing great job and Mr,Walter god bless you.

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  • reshma, mangalore

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Praise the lord!!! wallan & his family and all the donators.Thank you jesus!

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  • Arshad Kadli, Bhatkal/ Al Khobar

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Keep it up Daiji and all donors. As Allah revealed in Quraan "By no means shall you attain righteousness unless you give (freely) of that which you love and whatever you give of a truth Allah knows it well." Q3:92 similarly all the religious scrptures teach charity.
    Let us continue the good deed to bring change in corrupted society.

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  • Herrick Kunder, Mangalore/ Mumbai

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Hello Mr & Mrs Water Dsouza.
    I commented last time saying that GOD will perform miracle in your life. See how merciful and powerful our Almighty GOD is. You trusted him and he gave you 10 Lakhs instead of 6.5 Lakhs using all these donors as his instruments. Please be close to GOD because he loves and cares for you. Praise the Lord. Daijiworld please convey this message to Mr Walter Dsouza.

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  • Christopher D'Cunha, M'lore/AUH

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Great job Daijiworld team...keep doing....god will bless you all...

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  • Jossie Mascarenhas, Bajpe / Dubai

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    May Walter (Daijiworld) live for 100 years of healthy and happy life. It was really a touching story. Thanks

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  • Ratan, Sullia

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Commendable effort by Daiji and its readers..great work..keep it up!!

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  • RDSouza, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    This amount was remitted to Wallans operation ,Whatever balance remains should be put in this child's name in the bank and used for his studies.

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  • K. Fernandes, Mudarangadi/Dubai.

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Daiji team, you are doing wonderful job. God Bless the Daiji family. God Bless all the donors. The statement of Mr.walter D'souza made me to cry (“….Rest money pay to the needy”). I wish and pray, for the successful surgery of the kid and speedy recovery.

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  • Lydia Lobo, Kadri

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    The hero is you DW, none other than you. We the readers will be there with you. You go ahead and save people, serve those in need. Let many more like baba Wallan live their precious life !

    May God bless you !

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  • Daisy.A. Monterio, permude / Muscat

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Thanks to Walty who's is always there in everybody's need ,We are always there for u to help, Pls continue ur good work
    Daisy
    Permude/ Muscat

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  • Wilfred and Noreen, Modankap/Kuwait

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Wonderful job done by daijiworld. Keep it up. Get well soon,Wallen.
    Wish u good health and may almighty god bless u and ur family
    Mr. Walty and Voni keep faith in infant jesus everything wiil be ok.
    Thankyou for entire daijiworld team.

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  • Sunil,

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    God Bless Baby Wallan , Get well soon , God is indeed living in this world .

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  • Naveen Shetty, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    I have one suggestion. Daijiworld should open a dedicated bank account through which monies for the noble causes like the above can be collected and channeled. This will ensure two things
    1. Daiji will ensure only needy people get the money and this channel is not misused.
    2. Effective use of funds among the needy - the payments from Daiji can be made directly to the Hospital or to the end use.

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  • Seetharama Gundibail, Udupi / Salalah,Oman

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Thanks dajiworld and all the readers for your noble timely support. May the Almighty God bless the contributors.

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  • Janet Avil Dalmeida, Moodubelle Dubai

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Praise the Lord... God bless little baba Wallan, We always remembering you in our daily prayers to Almighty to grant you normal life soon.
    May God Bless all those who have contributed generously to the various cause of the needy. May God bless Daijiworld and their entire team for their good work. God Bless.

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  • Uday Shetty, Shirva/Doha

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Thanks daijiworld team and readers for your noble support. United we can overcome all sorrows and greif. May the Almighty God bless the contributors.

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  • Alban D' Souza, Udyavara Mumbai Doha Qatar

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Good social work from Daiji. Really generosity of people and humanity saved the lives of this family. Where there is a good will God lives among us. This is and inspirational live story well narrated. Daiji helping the needy people and this is one of the great example. Daiji is for everyone. Great help.Also we must thank the genours /good people who are in our society .

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  • Alice D, Udupi/Dubai

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Hope mainstream media like daijiworld initiate similar campaign to make this worl more beauitful...I salute both Walters....The beneficiary as well as Nandalike !

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  • Juliet D'souza, Kuwait

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Always like to inspirational stories. Walter's generous mind to help other needy people is truly inspiring us.

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  • Vincent Rego, Derebail / Kuwait

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Daijiworld you are great, really a noble cause. A salute to Walter who thought of other children besides his own thats a great thought.

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  • Gerald O F Fernandes, Mangalore/Ireland

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Very much pleased with the narration by the parents of pretty Wallan baba. We will hope and pray to Almighty to grant him normal life soon.

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  • Liza D'Souza, Mangalore-Dubai

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    May God Bless all those who have contributed generosly to the various cause of the needy. May God bless Daijiworld and their entire team for their good work they continue,for the pour and to the charities. And may God bless you readers you who help and reachout to the pour and needy.May Lord God bless you and your families and may you all prosper and flourish.
    May God bless those who have received this great help from the contributors and sponsers keep on praying for them through your life experiences.

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  • Prashanth, Mangalore/Dubai

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Praise the Lord... God bless wallan & his family and all the donators....

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  • Liza D'Souza, Mangalore-Dubai

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    May God Bless all those who have contributed generosly to the various cause of the needy. May God bless Daijiworld and their entire team for their good work they continue,for the pour and to the charities. And may God bless you readers you who help and reachout to the pour and needy.May Lord God bless you and your families and may you all prosper and flourish.
    May God bless those who have received this greate help from the contributors and sponsers keep on praying for them through your life experiences.

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  • ISMAIL.K.PERINJE, PERINJE-YANBU/KSA

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Beside responsible media,Daijiworld's yeomen service for the noble cause is always appreciated.Daijiworld, keep going your social responsibilities and we are always with you.By the by good luck to Mr and Mrs Walter for new lease of life through DAIJIWORLD.

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  • Henry Misquith/Mangalore, Bahrain

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Thanks daijiworld and readers for your noble support. May the Almighty God bless the contributors.

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  • Henry Misquith/Mangalore, Bahrain

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Thanks daijiworld and readers for your noble support. May the Almighty God bless the contributors.

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  • Rudy D' Souza & Family Kuwait, Omzoor/Kuwait

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    I did not contribute to your case. But after reading your case a thought came of contributing. Any how Walter your heart spoken to us and it is good to know your good gesture to help others who are in similar situvation. God bless you and wish you Long live & your family.

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  • John, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Commendable efforts of daiji and thanks to all who have genrously contributed to this noble cause.

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  • Veera, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    "Sir, my son's surgery will cost around 6.5 lac, can I donate the rest to other people? There may be many kids with problems like Wallan, and their parents must be facing a similar situation like us...."

    The above sentence made me cry.

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  • VAN, BAHRAIN

    Mon, Apr 30 2012

    Inspirational story. Daiji rescued a family which was supposed to end life. Thanks walty for your contribution towards needy people .........
    van
    bahrain

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