Thank You : Plenty of Helping Hands for Suraksha (7) and Sushma (8)


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangalore

Mangalore, Jul 11: An unfortunate incident that made two little kids Suraksha (7) and Sushma (8) orphans, touched the hearts of Daijiworld readers worldwide as soon as it was published in the month of May.

Daijiworld had carried an appeal, narrating the sad story of their mother who was stabbed by their own father, who in turn committed suicide near Karkala taluk of Udupi district.

The kids who are looked after by their 76-year-old grandmother were facing extreme financial difficulties, and in addition was the burden of meeting their school needs. Now the kids along with their grandmother are staying in their mother's sister's place. The family is taking care of the two kids.


Approximately Rs 3 lac has been deposited in the bank account ever since the appeal was made public during the month of May.

"We are grateful to the people who supported us during our time of need. A few people had expressed doubt over how the donated money will be managed, as the grandmother is old, and the kids are minors. But we have decided to use the full amount on the betterment of the kids, and no other family member will use the money. It is public money, and we know the importance of such funds," said the kids' aunt Shantha while thanking all the readers who contributed for the cause.

"More than the money, we are touched by the consoling words of people from different parts of the world, some of the countries we have never even heard of. Atleast 20 individuals from abroad, 8 from Mangalore, Bangalore and Mumbai and a few associations have approached us and offered to help by expressing their will to adopt both the kids."

"But we had to humbly refuse the request to adopt, as we do not want to see them going away from us. For our mother (kids' grandmother), these two kids are everything. If she is living today, it is only because of them. She has gone through intense and deep pain after the unfortunate incident, and she has suffered a lot," Shantha said.

"Through Daijiworld, we thank all of them with folded hands for such a wonderful thought. Just the blessings of people make us feel that everyone is with us."

"We promise and assure in the name of God that the entire sum will be used only for the children, absolutely no doubt about it," she assured.

We at Daijiworld thank each and everyone who helped the family directly or indirectly during their time of need.

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  • Ashok Bhat, Mangalore

    Wed, Jul 18 2012

    Thanks Daiji for informing the status of Donation and acknowledgments to all those Donors.

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  • raj, mangalore

    Tue, Jul 17 2012

    vry tks a lot of daiji, realy iam proud of u,,,,,,,god bls for ur good job,,,,,,

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  • Amitha, Mangalore

    Mon, Jul 16 2012

    Good Job, Thank you Daijiworld.

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  • NITHESHVAS, MANGLORE

    Mon, Jul 16 2012

    GREAT DAIJI

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  • a.v.a, mlore

    Mon, Jul 16 2012

    The collection should have atleast reached 30 lakhs to give the children a good life.

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  • Judith L, Mumbai

    Sun, Jul 15 2012

    Great work by Daiji, no words to express the good work done and for people who have helped these two kids. Yes, Mr. Paul D'souza, I too agree with you those who receive help in their difficult times should remember and repay the society in their better times. This way a balance will be maintained so that everyone receives help in the end. otherwise it is like a pot with a big hole how much ever you try to fill, it will remain empty.

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  • paul d`souza, balakunje

    Sat, Jul 14 2012

    Today they remember daijiworld recieving help, God only knows if they remeber tomorrow. GREAT JOB BY DAIJIWORLD AGAIN.

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  • Konkan Ghar, Riyadh,K.S.A

    Sat, Jul 14 2012

    Daiji,You did a great Job ! keep up the good work.God bless you.

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  • Jayant Shetty, Mumbai

    Sat, Jul 14 2012

    Someone should adopt these children, after their grandmother who will take care of them. These children will get a new life. Thanx Daijiworld for your wonderful job.

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  • Shankarnarayanan Aiyar T.A.S, Mangalore/Ramewshwaram

    Thu, Jul 12 2012

    Good gesture by Daiji World - as long as suraksha n sushma pray for same god as earlier.

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  • Ritesh Castelino, Mangalore

    Thu, Jul 12 2012

    Indeed great work by Daijiworld. Please highlight more of such cases. commendable...

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  • RK, Karkala/USA

    Thu, Jul 12 2012

    I am very happy that grandma and aunt didn't give them up for adoption. I became grandma recently and its like god gives 2nd chance in life. I wish them best always and let God give energy to grandma

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  • Prakash saldanha, mangalore riyadh

    Thu, Jul 12 2012

    This is what the power of media, Great work Daiji.Thanks.....

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  • Ramesh Babu, Dubai

    Wed, Jul 11 2012

    Jai Ho....Daiji..

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  • Tony Francis, Udupi

    Wed, Jul 11 2012

    Great job by Daiji. Long live Daiji and help the poor and needy people.

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  • Uday Shetty, Shirva/Doha

    Wed, Jul 11 2012

    Hats off to Daiji. This is a great way to support our people back at home.

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  • Thomas, mlore

    Wed, Jul 11 2012

    Sachidanand Shetty: What UAE Exchange do is correct, we cannot stop them from doing this as lot illegal funds are tranferred for reasons such as Donations, NGO and other things but once they reach the destination the purpose changes and this happens throughout India
    I guess there should not be any problem if you take all your documents like print out of the Article , Address proof, ID proof and the source of funds. You can also do a swift wired tranfer through any bank ( 24 to 48 hours money is tranferred to the beneficiary's account.( if you have the print out of the article and a ID and Adress proof) i guess there shud not be any problem

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  • neeta dsouza, mangalore

    Wed, Jul 11 2012

    Thanks daiji for helping that kids

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  • Harish, Shetty

    Wed, Jul 11 2012

    Really Good Job from Daiji

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  • Shettigar, Brahmavar/Dubai

    Wed, Jul 11 2012

    Thank you Daiji, keep up the good work.

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  • Max, Mangalore

    Wed, Jul 11 2012

    This is one subject all the Daiji readers agree with each other. Indeed this is a great way to utilise the platform.

    yet.............I don't know why some people dislike the coments? I fail to understand.

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  • Mohd , ABU DHABI

    Wed, Jul 11 2012

    THANKS DAIJI................

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  • Reshmi Salian, Mangalore

    Wed, Jul 11 2012

    Great work Daiji.

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  • Sourya Prakasha, PERMUDE

    Wed, Jul 11 2012

    Great Daiji.

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  • Sachidanand Shetty, Mundkur/Dubai

    Wed, Jul 11 2012

    Thank you Daiji, your effort will never go in vain. Same time I have to share my experience while sending money from Dubai through UAE Exchange Centre that there was a call from Exchange Centre checking for my relationship with the beneficiary since my surname does not match with theirs. Then I narrated the Daiji World Article regarding their plight and I believe they might have sent the message and money was transferred successfully. And Now UAE Exchange Centre in Dubai – Al-Qusais Area completely stopped accepting this kind of transaction. But surprisingly, Al Ansari Exchange Centre accepted the transfer without asking any questions. Since B R Shetty, the owner of UAE Exchange Centre is also from our region, I would request “Daiji” to get in touch with him to accept the donations like this without any hassles for transfer to beneficiary

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  • Henry Misquith, Bahrain

    Wed, Jul 11 2012

    Thanks daiji, keep up the good work.

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  • Kshama Shetty, Abu Dhabi / Mangalore

    Wed, Jul 11 2012

    This is what the power of media..I am proud of daijiworld. Not only for this, but several news impacts...

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  • Rakesh shetty, mangalore

    Wed, Jul 11 2012


    HATS OFF TO DAIJI.

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