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Mangalore: MCC budget focuses on development, waste management

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  • GERALD, MODANKAP

    Sat, Feb 16 2013

    JAI HOO MADAM BHANU !! SHE IS A WISE LEADER !!!

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  • GuruPrasad, M'lore

    Sat, Feb 16 2013

    MCC budget focuses on development, waste management.... my goodness! Shame on you dirty creatures. You wear boarderd ambrioidary saries or with Jeans and other show-offs sitting on luxury thrones, what you think of yourself. A proper investigation has to be done on the exploitation of Monetary system in MCC very soon. Our Mangalore both Urban and rural area stinks so badly with unscientific roads, no footpaths, no proper drainage or cannels to carry out waste, no proper bins at the road side. No strict rules made so far to avoid wastage, smoking, spitting, peeing in public places, no social awareness regarding the initiatives. how dare you could appraise yourself so much. Just come out and snif the garbage in and around the City atleast and peep out of your cars whether Pedastrians have to walk on the roads or footpaths? Shame on MCC once again. Let your achievements be seen crystal clear. Then, you may boast of yourself.

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  • G R PRABHU, BEJAI ,MANGALORE

    Fri, Feb 15 2013

    In other words we can call it as WASTE BUDGET.

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  • RAJESH, MULKI

    Fri, Feb 15 2013

    Anyone who knows how the waste collected is further processed in mangalore???pls enlighten ..is the waste properly managed or just dumped in some remote place..

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  • Rohan, kadri / mangalore

    Fri, Feb 15 2013

    Development works pathetic. Nobody cares about traffic or footpath problem. Walking or driving along Mangalore city roads is worst nightmare for citizen or foreigner. Please work on this matter first and then do other development work.

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  • Prem, Mangalore

    Fri, Feb 15 2013

    Mariam Thomas forget about Thali Bhagya. Some people are dur Bhagya for the nation. Try making foot path and nice roads. people are dieing because of no proper foot path. Waste dumping area on the road side has become stinking hell. Rain water canals are flowing with dirty water which breeds mosquitos.

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