Karnataka

Mangalore: Fifth National Consumer Fair Opens in City


Daijiworld Media Network – Mangalore (VM)

Mangalore, Sep 10: MLA Krishna J Palemar inaugurated the fifth National Consumer Fair at Karavali Utsav Grounds here on Sunday September 9.

Cine stars of Tulu Movie 'Sompa' Ajatha Shatru and Namratha Hegde also accompanied Palemar during the inauguration.

Speaking after the inauguration, Palemar said that it was a happy moment for the people in the city as they could spend some time here with their family and friends. "The National Consumer fair is being organized for five consecutive years and has kept its standards by attracting people," he added.

"I am sure the fair will also do its best for the people in the city by providing various kinds of entertainment," he said, adding that he wished to see the fair continue in the coming years also and appreciated the efforts made by the organizers.

The exhibition will consist of around 100 stalls offering huge discounts and offers – including automobiles, home appliances, kitchen appliances, chimneys, hobs, solar products, handlooms, handicrafts, dress materials, fashion, footwear, health and fitness equipment, toys, books, stationary, FMCG, food products, and many more exhibits from all over India.

For entertainment, the exhibition has over 25 amusement rides including an artificial boating lake, break dance, dragon train, Italian tora-tora, jumping frog, dashing car, aero plane, titanic, horse merry-go-grounds, fish merry-go-grounds etc.

A large boating pool for the visitors, children’s boating pool, latest amusement rides from Europe like dragon slide, country car, battery car have also been lined up for the enthusiasts.
The exhibition will be remain open from 4 pm to 9 pm every evening for 45 days.

Gautham A, director of National Consumer fair, Anand K, assistant vice-president of Udayavani media network, Manjunath from Nisarga publicity were present.

Comment on this article

  • Judith L, Mumbai

    Wed, Sep 12 2012

    It would be nice if this exhibition cum fair was held during Diwali vacations so that we too could visit with children. Orangisers pls. make a note for next year.

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  • M.SHAMEEM ANSARI, BANGALORE

    Mon, Sep 10 2012

    Ravi Bhaskar Shenava, MANGALORE/
    YOU ARE ABSOLUTLEY RIGHT.

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  • R.Fernandes, Dubai

    Mon, Sep 10 2012

    Blue boy is shining.
    May be next tulu movie will be produced by him.

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  • Rakesh shetty, mangalore

    Mon, Sep 10 2012


    VERY GOOD EVENT. NICE COVERAGE.

    SPECIAL THANKS TO PALEMARJI.

    YOU HAVE CHANGED ENTIRE MANGALORE LOOK. WE WANT TO SEE YOU BACK AGAIN AS YOUR PREVIOUS POST. KEEP DOING GOOD WORK. JAI HO.

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  • Venzil Fernandes, Mangalore

    Mon, Sep 10 2012

    @ Ravi Bhaskar Shenava, MANGALORE,
    i agree with your statement frnd. this incident has taken place with me many times. and evn my relatives. Dear citizens of mangalore plzz b careful and draw ur number at your own risk.

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  • Ravi Bhaskar Shenava, MANGALORE

    Mon, Sep 10 2012

    Whoever visits to this consumer fair should not give their Phone numbers to any one or should not write their mobile number on the counterfoil of entry ticket and put in the box at entrance, because these phone numbers will ultimately reach a resort agent of County-Club and their callers will tell you that you have won a lottary and come and take it with your spouse only even if you are a bachelor or widow/widower. If you go to that fixed place you will be asked to sign many forms and pay Rs.25,000/- to become member of County club and given gift of Rs.50/-. So be careful.

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