Thank You : In 24 hours, readers assure home for this couple...


Thank You : In 24 hours, readers assure home for this couple...

Mangalore, Jun 11

Dear readers,

We at daijiworld are delighted and truly touched that the our generous readers once again rose to the occasion to help a deserving family, this time the much in need, homeless couple Padmanabha Moolya and Nagamma of Bajpe

The couple lost their house in an accidental fire, and ever since then, living with much difficulty, pain and sorrow. Now, all of sudden they have found a new hope in the form of daijiworld readers world-wide who responded to the online appeal positively, assuring about Rs four lac within 24 hours of the appeal being published.

The couple own 3-4 cents of land. The local gram panchayat members have assured speedy beginning and progress of work. Eric Correa will support in the supervision of building, while Tulu cine actor Bhojaraj Vamanjoor has assured to take up fabrication work at minimum cost.

Daijiworld's Brijesh Garodi who initiated the step to support this couple will follow up the work. Sahul Hameed of Bajpe also pledged his support in the supervision of construction work.

We will involve bank officials also to see that the money from account goes at the right time for the right purpose.

This is another proud moment for all of us, and brings enormous satisfaction. Perhaps, there is no greater satisfaction than reaching out to the needy people around us.

We thank you for keeping faith on us and supporting this cause without even a second thought. Like in the past, your support which gave life to hundreds of individuals, institutions, and families, this too will go down in annals of history.

Below is the list of donors which speaks volume of the height humanity has reached to. Several people have already transferred the amount online, the rest have assured to do so in due course.

With this note of gratitude we close this appeal, with a promise to keep you updated on further progress.

Thank You

Walter Nandalike
Editor-in-chief
Daijiworld.com

Donors' list.....


K K Pinto - Kuwait - Rs 4,000
Om Sai Ram - Saudi Arabia - Rs 3,000
Natasha Pais Urwa - Mangalore - Rs 1,000
V F - UAE - Rs 2,000
S K - Dubai - Rs 3,000
Hycinth Concessao - Dubai - Rs 3,000
Cyril - Mumbai - Rs 1,000
L Menezes - Dubai - 1,500
Wellwisher - Dubai - Rs 1,000
Ganesh Kinnigoly - Rs 3,000
Ahritha - Bangalore - Rs 5,000 
Daya Kiriodian - Dubai - Rs 5,000
A Dsilva - Dubai - Rs 1,000
Roshan Moodbidri -Rs, 1000
AS- Mangalore - Rs 1,000
Sujay Pinto - Bahrain- Rs 2,000
DVD Dsouza - Dubai - Rs 2,000
L M Pinto - Doha - Rs 1,000
Wellwisher - Kuwait - Rs 1,000
Wellwisher - Abu Dhabi - Rs 5,000
Wellwisher - Qatar - Rs 10,000
R D - Dubai - Rs 2,000
K M Prasad - Saudi Arabia - Rs 1,000
David Prakash D'Souza - UAE - Rs 2,000
Ronald Sequeira - Abu Dhabi - Rs 5,000
G S A - Doha - Rs 2,000
Dhanpal Shetty - Abu Dhabi - Rs 1,000
W D - Abu Dhabi - Rs 10,000
Wellwisher - Bangalore - Rs 2,000
P D'Souza - Dubai - Rs 1,000
Anand Melwin D'Souza - Saudi Arabia - Rs 2,500
V M - Dubai - Rs 2,000
Wellwisher - Dubai - Rs 2,000
Aubrey Sequeira - Kuwait - Rs 1,000
Manohar Veigas - Udupi - Rs 2,000
Francis & Sarita D'Souza - Kuwait - Rs 5,000
S Lobo - Abu Dhabi - Rs 1,500
Kian Baretto - Doha - Rs 5,000
Vijay D'Souza - Doha - Rs 2,000
Nellu Karla - Dubai - 2,000
B A Sudhakar - RAK, UAE - Rs 2,000
A L - Dubai - Rs 5,000
Anonymous - Doha - Rs 2,000
R K - Mangalore - Rs 2,000
Maxim Saldanha - Udupi - Rs 2,000
Anitha D'Souza - Pangla - Rs 5,000
Ashok Bailur - Dubai - Rs 2,500
Ismail K Perinje - Yanbu, Saudi Arabia - Rs 2,000
Sean - Siberia - Rs 5,000
Pascal Monteiro - Mangalore - Rs 1,000
Wellwisher - Kuwait - Rs 1,000
Wellwisher - Bahrain - Rs 3,000
R M - Mangalore - Rs 2,000
M M Chitrap - Dubai - Rs 1,000
Paul D'Souza - Dubai - Rs 2,000
Alfred D'Silva - Doha - Rs 2,000
Usha Raghuram - Kuwait - Rs 5,000
S M - Dubai - Rs 500
Chris - Kuwait - Rs 3,000
G Mendonca - Dubai - Rs 1,500
Heri Fernandes - UK - Rs 3,000
Jerome - Dammam - Rs 2,000
Wellwisher - Qatar - Rs 1,000
JGD - UAE - Rs 3,000
Nithin, Angel - Kuwait - Rs 1,000
Wellwisher - Dubai - Rs 5,000
Peter D'Souza - Gurunja/Dubai - Rs 500
R Noronha - Dubai - Rs 2,000
Wellwisher - Dubai - Rs 2,000
J P Nayak - Muscat - Rs 2,000
Wellwisher - UAE - Rs 1,500
Wilfred - Dammam - Rs 2,500
R Fernandes - Dubai - Rs 10,000
Irene - Kuwait - Rs 5,000
Praveen B C - Suratkal - Rs 2,000
Avinash - Udupi - Rs 500
Kerwin Cyril Rony - Abu Dhabi - Rs 1,500
Lancy - Fujairah - Rs 2,500
Manohar Ullal - Saudi Arabia - Rs 3,000
R D S - Permude/Bahrain - Rs 5,000
S D - Mangalore - Rs 5,000
Yessly - Brahmavar - Rs 1,500
Natasha - Urwa - Rs 1,000
Wellwisher - Dubai - Rs 2,000
L D - Nashik/UAE - Rs 10,000
Wellwisher - Mangalore - Rs 2,000
Lancy Ganjimutt - Abu Dhabi - Rs 2,000
Wellwisher - Dubai - Rs 5,000
Oslee D'Souza - Mangalore - Rs 1,000
G F - Dubai - Rs 5,000
S D - Omzoor/Arkula - Rs 500
Wellwisher Mudrangadi - Sharjah - Rs 5,000
M M - Bangalore - Rs 3,000
John Anthony - Qatar - Rs 25,000
Joy Lobo - Moodubelle - Rs 1,000
Wellwisher - Bangalore - Rs 1,000
Irfan - Saudi Arabia - Rs 3,000
C P - Dubai - Rs 5,000
Alwyn - Dubai - Rs 5,000
Mahir - Jubail, Saudi Arabia - Rs 2,980
L Moras Doha - Doha - Rs 2,500
Sudhir Pais - Dubai - Rs 5,000
J D - Bangalore - Rs 500
Wellwisher - Dubai - Rs 2,000
Jossie Crasta - Abu Dhabi - Rs 5,000
C J D - Sharjah - Rs 5,000
V C - Kuwait - Rs 3,000
Philip Monica D'Souza - Yellur - Rs 5,000
S K - Dubai - Rs 2,000
V D S - Dubai - Rs 3,000
Wellwisher - Doha - Rs 5,000
Jaimini P B - Sharjah - Rs 3,000
R L P - Mumbai - Rs 1,000
Sankappanna M - Bahrain - Rs 5,000
D P S - Mangalore - Rs 2,000
Sylvester Moras - Farla - Rs 1,000
Wellwisher - Abu Dhabi - Rs 10,000
Benny - Mangalore, Doha - Rs 2,000
Asha Dias - Bahrain - Rs 2,000
Wellwisher - Qatar - Rs 2,000
N D - Dubai - Rs 3,000
Gloria - Bahrain - Rs 5,000
A M - Dubai - 5,000
Vijay - Abu Dhabi - Rs 1,000
J C - Mangalore - Rs 1,000
Fernandes - Dubai - Rs 1,000
K F - Dubai - Rs 3,000
Wellwisher - Nitte - Rs 1,000
A C - Canada - Rs 2,000
Vincent Prakash - Dubai - Rs 5,000
Caroline D - Dubai - Rs 10,000

 

Come, let us build a home for this needy couple

Brijesh Garodi
Daijiworld Media Network - Mangalore

Mangalore, Jun 10: When tragedy befell this couple at Bajpe, it was almost like the end of the world for them, for it not only ruined their hard-earned savings, it snatches away their shelter and reduced it to ashes.

Padmanabha Moolya (52) and Nagamma (45), married 22 years ago, were residing in Bajpe Baalike, Moolyara Kodi, 6th ward of Bajpe gram panchayat. The couple have no children and Padmanabh is a coolie worker while Nagamma helps him by rolling bidis. Their monthly income comes to around Rs 2,500 to Rs 3,000 per month.

From their meagre but hard-earned income, they saved every little penny they could, and about 10 years ago, built a small thatched hut for themselves.































 

Leading their life together with what they little had, the couple had lived happily until May 15 this year, when fate turned against them. It was at around 4 pm that day that tragedy struck.

Their hut was surrounded by fields where the grass dries up during the summer. A small, accidental fire that broke out in a corner of the field, spread in no time and reached their hut.

Padmanabh and Nagamma who were nearby, noticed the fire and rushed to douse it with water and mud, but all their efforts were in vain. In a matter of seconds, their hut was gutted in the fire, leaving behind just ashes and pain.

All the items inside, including their ration card and a few other valuable documents, along with their hard earned Rs 1,500, kept for emergency purposes, turned to ashes.

The financial position of the couple is such that they have nothing left now. All they need is a roof over their heads. The couple currently cook their food out in the open, store their food and other things under a tarpaulin, and sleep in a neighbour’s house at night.

Speaking to Daijiworld, Padmanabh and Nagamma say that they want nothing except a house to live in. It was their hard earned money that they had invested in their hut, but now they are left with just pain and sorrow.

Sahul Hameed, former president and sitting member of Bajpe gram panchayat, says that he has known the couple for nearly 20 years and that their present financial status is pitiful. “We are very sad to know of this incident. From the panchayat, only Rs 300 will be sanctioned and with special recommendations, it can be increased to Rs 500,” he said.

Surendra Pergade, former president and sitting member, Bajpe gram panchayat and a neighbor of the couple, says that he knows them since birth. “Theirs is a hard working family. We have personally helped them with Rs 1,000-odd sum, but that is not sufficient. The family is indeed in need of help,” he said.

When Daijiworld contacted Eric Correa, the brain behind Souharda Nagara which has provided housing to several needy families, he happily agreed to assist in this project. Eric has built more than 60 houses for the shelterless poor, and another 30-plus houses are under construction.

Eric, who has a practical knowledge about construction of small houses has estimated the total area of the house to be approx 400 sq ft. The total cost of the construction and finishing of the house has been estimated at Rs 3.5 lac, he said.

With regard to the fabrication work required for the house, especially the roof, Bhojaraj Vamanjoor, well-known Tulu drama artiste and movie actor, who is also the proprietor of Shivanugraha fabrications, Kaikamba, has agreed to join hands with this project at low cost and profitless margin.

The entire team would consist of Eric Correa, Bhojaraj Vamanjur, Surendra Pergade, Sahul Hameed and the daijiworld team, who will begin the project soon after the necessary funds are collected.

Individuals, philanthropists and organizations and others are requested to contribute towards this cause.


Dear readers,

We will keep this appeal open until a contribution of Rs 4 lac is assured towards this cause. We will also supervise the house construction, with the help of Eric Correa, Bhojaraj Vamanjoor and other like-minded persons as mentiond in the above article.

Those who would like to contribute, please fill the simple form and pledge your support. You can make an instant bank tranfer (or do so even at a later date), or send a crossed cheque to the bank directly (address given above & below), or even can pay cash by convienent arrangements.

We will be happy to publish the name of the donor, so that it will inspire others. If you do not wish your name to be published, we will put initials or any given name.

Nagamma
SB A/c No: 143601011003229
Vijay Bank
Bajpe branch
Mangalore - 575001
IFSC Code: VIJB001436
MICR Code: 575029035


Postal Address:

Padmanabha Moolya
Baalike Moolyara Kodi House
Post Pejavara via Bajpe
Mangalore - 574142

 

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  • saleh, bangladesh

    Thu, Jul 25 2013

    praiseworthy deeds!

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  • sushma, mangalore/qatar

    Tue, Jul 2 2013

    Good job and hats of daiji. . keep it going...

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  • Raghu L Poojary, Santhoor / Borivli (W)

    Mon, Jun 24 2013

    Dear Daiji, I had deposited Rs.1000/- in favour of Nagamma on 23-06-2013 (Sunday) in Vijay Bank, Borivli (W) Branch, Mumbai 400 092.

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  • Abdul Nazir, Mangalore

    Sun, Jun 16 2013

    Daijiworld and its readers have brought light into the hearts of this couple. May Almighty God bless all these donors and their families (besides Walter) for this honourable move and gesture.You are all "God sent" to this poor couple.

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  • AMAR NATHAL, MANGALORE

    Sat, Jun 15 2013

    Mr. Walter you challenge silently all to live a spirituality that transcends all barriers of religion, caste and creed. May God bless you and all those who generously contributed.

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  • Prem, Mnagalore

    Thu, Jun 13 2013

    Great Job Mr Walter.I salute you for your kind help for this needy people.Good job has to be appreciated always.

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  • Dr Kiran VSA, Udupi

    Thu, Jun 13 2013

    Excellent initiative by Team Daiji World and Walty maam. I suggest to start Daijyworld Trust / Society and collect funds and extend to the needy, whether health issues, Education or Destitute. Annual collections can be distributed. Such social responsibility is the need of the hour. DW readers are generous.

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  • Urban/Anita Sequeira, Bendore - Mangalore

    Thu, Jun 13 2013

    Excellent work by the famous Daijiworld... Hats off to you Walty and your team, who always reach out to such people. God bless you and your team.

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  • K.K.Pinto, Kuwait / Shirva

    Thu, Jun 13 2013

    I do hope that some more donors adorn this list.

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  • Ravi Kotian, Padubidri

    Wed, Jun 12 2013

    Please make sure that a building licence is secured from the Panchayat / Authority. If not some Govt. agency will come and demolish it rendering them homeless again. These things happen so one has to be extra careful. The courts too do not run on sympathy but by the rule of law.

    It is something great to see the number of donors and philanthropists. Special thanks to Daijiworld for this effort. May God bless the families of these donors.

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  • KRPrabhu, Kudla/Bangalore

    Wed, Jun 12 2013

    Reconstruction in the place of burnt house does not require a licence for building again.And also many Panchayath members are involved in rehabilitation work it may not pose any such problem.

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  • Mukesh Kulal, mangalore

    Wed, Jun 12 2013

    Great work by Daiji team and the kind readers. My eyes are filled with tears for your wonderful support, Honestly i coludn't able to help, but soon my little contribution will be given. Once again thank you all for so kind hearted.

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  • Dayanand Bangera , Katapady / Abu dhabi

    Tue, Jun 11 2013

    Great job daiji.....Walter.....

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  • Deepak , Paladka/Dubai

    Tue, Jun 11 2013

    Great work Daijiworld. May god bless team Daijiworld to reach out needy more and more.

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  • Rosaline, Mangalore

    Tue, Jun 11 2013

     I wish Walter Nandalike enter into public life to serve more poor people. he has the capacity. His good thoughts given lives to many families. I cannot forget Lingappa Poojary and this house building one. I regret, i contributed very small amount compared to many others. But i have great happiness. Thanks Walty dattu

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  • Jaimini P.B., Manipal,Sharjah

    Wed, Jun 12 2013

    Dear Rosaline..Contribution of small amount or big amount is not a issue or subject here. Subject is whether you are of water which is part of big ocean !!

    Dear Editor..Divine work...Abhinandanegalu..

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  • Shanthi Monteiro, UK

    Wed, Jun 12 2013

    I agree with Jaimini. One should have willingness to help others, does not matter its big or small help. We learn lots of good things through this website. This is great source information from mangalore for us living in UK

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  • Ramchandra Kini, Mangalore

    Tue, Jun 11 2013

    How considerate, generous & loving are the people of South Kanara, wherever they are. Yes, thanks to our ancestors for this character in us. May God bless Daijiworld, the generous people in the list , Eric Correa and others who have brought light and hope into this humble family.

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  • Lizzy Mendonca, Bangalore

    Tue, Jun 11 2013

    tears fell down from my eyes while going through this article. I could not send money, because appeal is closed. I will do it for next cause for sure. I pray tonight specially to give long life and good health to Walter nandalike and his team. I love daijiworld

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  • Rita, Omzoor/Germany

    Tue, Jun 11 2013

    thank you Daiji,they have lost not only Roof over the head, but also other nothings .So lets join together and extend them some necessary clothes or cooking utensils etc.hope it will be a better Chance for them.

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  • Karthik, shakthinagar

    Tue, Jun 11 2013

    it was a great news........im extremely happy after hearing this massage.........god bless them...and also daijiworld team .......

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  • chandra, mangalore

    Tue, Jun 11 2013

    hi
    great thanks daiji have done great job

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  • Aloysius Dsouza, Mangalore

    Tue, Jun 11 2013

    Daijiworld not only quickest media to report news from mangalore, but also quickest in reaching out needy people. I am proud of you. Media should be like you people.

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  • Karan, Katapadi/Dubai

    Tue, Jun 11 2013

    Appreciate the good work of Daiji. I wish daiji starts a new column called "Daiji Helping Hand" under which they can publish needy peoples name and other details. Daiji has so many readers and generous people will always support . All the Best for your future projects.

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  • Glan Mendonca, Tallur/Dubai

    Tue, Jun 11 2013

    Dear Mr. Karan, your requested column already there in Daiji world, if you find extreme right in the main page you could able to find your request.

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  • Karan Pinto, Katapadi/Dubai

    Thu, Jun 13 2013

    Glan Mendonca, Tallur/Dubai - Thank you. You are right. My apology I did not notice this section earlier!

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  • THERESA LOBO, Mukamar-Sharjah

    Tue, Jun 11 2013

    Weldone Daijiworld. Your initiative and people's support was really great. May God bless you Watibab in abundance.

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  • Clement Dmello, Udupi/UAE

    Tue, Jun 11 2013

    Thanks for the bank details.My contribution should reach ASAP.

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  • Roshan Monteiro, Manjeshwar/Kuwait

    Tue, Jun 11 2013

    I Appreicate the "Great Service of Daiji" God bless you...........

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  • benny, Mangalore,Doha,Qatar

    Tue, Jun 11 2013

    It is proven that daiji readers are the asset of Our Country& the Society. Great job by Daiji .Thank you one & all.

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  • SANDRA MENDONCA, belman,mumbai

    Tue, Jun 11 2013

    Hatts off to the daijiworld..
    Great work of daiji...
    May God Bless You...

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  • Antony Pereira, Mangalore

    Tue, Jun 11 2013

    I appreciate the initiative taken by Daijiworld, Eric Correa & others for a good cause. As a token of my contribution today morning I deposited Rs.2000/- to the S.B.A/c of Smt.Nagamma by cheque. Since you have closed the appeal. Please utilize the amount for building a house for this deserving family.

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  • Mangalore Meri Jaan, Mangalore

    Tue, Jun 11 2013

    DW!! #Hats Off! This is unbelievable.! This wouldn't be successful unless it is DaijiWorld and its reader! Good Work!! Keep it up!! God Bless you all!

    Admin - Mangalore Meri Jaan
    Facebook Page

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  • Aqib ahmed, bajpe

    Tue, Jun 11 2013

    Thats great of u daiji..#respect..

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  • Sarita D'Souza, Valencia / Kuwait

    Tue, Jun 11 2013

    Longlive Daijiworld and God bless all the Donors and the Moolya couple.

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  • Charles D'Mello, Pangala

    Tue, Jun 11 2013

    This is the power of the media. Welldone daijiworld and donors.

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  • Dr Prakash Harischandra, Surathkal

    Tue, Jun 11 2013

    No words and thanks for this act of KIndness. Once Again it has been proved Mangalore has kind hearted people, irrespective of Religion. I had a wonderfull experience when fellow mangaloreans helped my friend recover from a Girder fall in Mangalore who has hailed healthy. Thank you daijiworld. Keep the Good work.

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  • Proud Indian , Mlore

    Tue, Jun 11 2013

    Amazing work by DW and the donors.
    This should be the sort of India we need, where we are a superpower in helping our citizens and looking after each other! We don't want superiority with weapons or any other stupid things!

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  • K.Fernandes, Mudarangadi/Dubai

    Tue, Jun 11 2013

    WOW. Daiji you have achieved target within 24 Hrs. This is what real humanitarian work. God Bless Daiji team and all donors and welwishers

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  • Chris, Kuwait

    Tue, Jun 11 2013

    Daiji, I salute your commitment, your dedication and your values of helping the needy. You are chosen by God to call out to people to come together. Keep up the good work Daiji and may you always be blessed. And to all the good Samaritans, multiple blessings on you and your family.

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  • Naiem, Uchila

    Tue, Jun 11 2013

    Great effort Daiji , really appreciable !!! Please when the construction of house is completed , do upload the pictures and the smile on Couples faces !!

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  • kushal, UAE

    Tue, Jun 11 2013

    I Salute Daijiworld and the readers for the gesture

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  • Lancy, Mangalore

    Tue, Jun 11 2013

    A triple salute to Daijiworld for this wonderful job, by taking the initiative to help the most needy persons in our society. May God Bless you and all the donors to this worthy cause.

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  • Well Wisher, Bahrain

    Tue, Jun 11 2013

    Well Done Daiji For A GOOd Cause ..Hats Off To You. This Is the Real Humanitarian Work. Keep up The good Work You Done It In past May God Bless DAIJIWORLD Team .. Thank You ..

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  • vincent fernandes-mogachi lahran, cascia/dubai

    Tue, Jun 11 2013

    DAIJIWORLD-i salute good work, well done sir,may god bless all donors

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  • HENRY MISQUITH, Bahrain

    Mon, Jun 10 2013

    Commendable job done daiji.

    Service to Mankind is the greatest service to God. Let everyone start this service as per their eligibility & strength. God's love will start flows in abundance to one & all.
    I am impressed with Waltyab!!
    We are proud of you. May you see more success in your life.
    May Almighty bless all the donors.

    Henry Misquith/Bahrain

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  • AVINASH, MANGALORE

    Mon, Jun 10 2013

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

    A grand Salute to you!!! I read dailji daily and i see your comments along with others comments.. I happy to see your name in Donor's list.. There are some people always talk about upliftment of society.. But when things comes forget about donating, there are no one to give supporting words or congratulating the people who have done good job.

    You are simply superb!! May Allah bless u!!

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  • HENRY MISQUITH, Bahrain

    Mon, Jun 10 2013

    Mr. Ismail K. Perinje, true hero in today's times. Let the Almighty Allah protect & bless him.

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  • sundari ashoknagar, Mangalore

    Mon, Jun 10 2013

    Long live daiji and team. The new house will be built not only by hands but hearts full of compassion of daiji readers. Let Nagamma and Padmanabh live happily in their new home.

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  • MARGARET, UDUPI/KUWAIT

    Mon, Jun 10 2013

    Hats off to Daijiworld and special salute to Walter Nandalike.Its indeed a great efforts from daiji to help out the needy people.

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  • Allen, Mangalore

    Mon, Jun 10 2013

    A person’s most useful asset is not a head full of knowledge, but a heart full of love, an ear ready to listen and a hand willing to help others...God bless you DW and all the well wishers.

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  • Stany Dsouza, Mumbai / Miyar

    Mon, Jun 10 2013

    Good work done Daijiworld. God bless you.

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

    Mon, Jun 10 2013

    DAIJIWORLD,KEEP GOOD WORK GOING.WELL DONE SIR,MAY GOD BLESS ALL DONORS.

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  • Lynel, Pushpa, Bellore, Kuwait

    Mon, Jun 10 2013

    Let's join hands together to see smile on the face of this poor & needy couple.

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  • kiran, mangalore

    Mon, Jun 10 2013

    Much Apreciated work Daijiworld guys... really great work..

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  • SRIDHAR SHETTY, DOHA /BARKUR

    Mon, Jun 10 2013

    great work daiji...........looking forward for house warming pics soon....

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  • SM, Mangalore

    Mon, Jun 10 2013

    I believe that every drop of water makes a Ocean. Shall deposit into their account before Wednesday 11th June 2013. I dont want my name to be published. Thank you .

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  • C Sharath, Mangalore

    Mon, Jun 10 2013

    Good response by far, well done daiji in showcasing the plight of the victims and Kudos to the donors.

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  • Desi Jawan, Mangalore

    Mon, Jun 10 2013

    This noble cause of work is highly appreciated.

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  • J.F.D'SOUZA, ATTAVAR,MANGALORE

    Mon, Jun 10 2013

    With unexpected fire occurrence the poor couple have lost everything and we should feel pity on them. Many good hearted persons have donated money to this good cause which shows their humanity and generosity in helping for the noble cause to provide a new shelter to them Of course Daijiworld has also helped the needy in many previous such occassions which deserved to be praised. Eric correa has also done a good job in this regard. God bless you all specially daijiworld and team.

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  • J.F.D'SOUZA, ATTAVAR,MANGALORE

    Mon, Jun 10 2013

    With unexpected fire occurrence the poor couple have lost everything and we should feel pity on them. Many good hearted persons have donated money to this good cause which shows their humanity and generosity in helping for the noble cause to provide a new shelter to them Of courseDaijiworld has also helped the needy in many previous such occassions which deserved to be praised. Eric correa has also done a good job in this regard. God bless you all specially daijiworld and team.

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  • Tom Cat , Mangalore/ saudi arabia

    Mon, Jun 10 2013

    Hats off to Daiji and All donors.. God bless you all.

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  • Murali, Bantwal

    Mon, Jun 10 2013

    Hatts off to Daiji and All donors.. God bless you all

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  • Antony Lewis, Mangalore

    Mon, Jun 10 2013

    I hope more websites follow the good work done by Daijiworld. In today's world we spend time blaming others, talking jealous, doing and thinking bad to others. Sometimes we all have to do some good work also.

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  • Achhu, Mlore

    Mon, Jun 10 2013

    Great work by Daiji... May god bless u all..

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  • Sarita D'Souza, Valencia / Kuwait

    Mon, Jun 10 2013

    Hats off to Daijiworld and Walter Nandalike for brining us together to help in this noble cause. A small suggestion. It would be nice if a little more money is collected to purchase some basic needs such as furniture, clothes, kitchen utensils etc. God bless all the kind hearted people. May their tribe prosper.

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  • CYRIL MASCARENHAS, KIREM/MIRA ROAD/DUBAI

    Mon, Jun 10 2013

    VERY SAD ABOUT THEM.GOOD JOB FROM DAIJI WORLD

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  • Rahil, Mangalore

    Mon, Jun 10 2013

    Well done Daiji....May God bless.

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  • VLM, Shankerpura/Kuwait

    Mon, Jun 10 2013

    Will credit Rs.5000/- in the SB/Vijay Bank account during this week end.

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  • juliet mascarenhas, bejai mangalore

    Mon, Jun 10 2013

    Hats off to Eric, Bhojraj,Surendra, sahul and Daiji team for their humanity in lending a helping hand to Padmanabha and nagamma , in their pathetic condition.
    First and foremost make sure that they are the true owners of the land so that the question of unauthorised construction may not creep up later.
    Secondly the couple have no children.After their death who will possess this property.This issue has to be solved simultaneously.
    Let them live happily with the generosity of the hundrends and may god bless the donors abundantly.

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  • S.M. Nawaz Kukkikatte, udupi

    Mon, Jun 10 2013

    Well done Daiji, really really appreciate

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  • Alexander Prashanth Menezes, Karkala/Dubai

    Mon, Jun 10 2013

    Dear Brijesh Garodi and Entire Daiji Team, I am really touched by your kind gesture and your sincere efforts in providing a roof for this destitute couple who have lost everything in an accident. I also would like to appreciate the good work done by the like minded people who are currently helping this couple to build a roof above their head. May God bless you all.

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  • Vijay, Mangalore / Abu Dhabi

    Mon, Jun 10 2013

    Dear Friends,
    I am a resident of UAE, I am not so well to do, but this news story really made me think and made me decide to donate for a just cause.
    The total cost expected is 3.5 Lakhs, so if 350 people of us donate 1000 rupees each, the purpose is served and the Good Lord will definitely bless us all.
    In todays conversion rate, it is only 65 Dirhams ( 1000 rupees ) to help them !!
    I just now transferred 1000 Rupees to the account of Nagamma using internet banking, and now I feel so happy, proud and content that I am part of their home, stability in life and Happiness.
    Come on brothers and sisters, just count our blessings that how lucky we have been and that God has blessed us with good jobs and homes. Let us share our joy and happiness of life with this poor couple, and let us make them happy too.
    It takes a few moments and ONLY 349 People more to make their dream come true.
    God bless us all.

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  • Alwyn, bajpe

    Mon, Jun 10 2013

    I know this family. They are in dire need. I know govt can do this job, but they have to wait for another year. Thanks Brijesh garodi for studying this case and putting in daijiworld. Big thanks for Mr Walter Nandalike - a true leader of our community

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  • Arun Dsouza, Mangalore

    Mon, Jun 10 2013

    Dear Walter Sir and Daiji Team ...Hats of your your hard work.

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  • Stany dsa, Mangalore

    Mon, Jun 10 2013

    Eric Correa, Bojaraj Vamanjoor and Sahul Hameed..with Daijiworld !
    What a great humanity...hope our politicians will learn from this something. Thanks daijiworld you are always there for needy. Extremely proud of you Walter nandalike

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  • Prithvi Kumar, Bangalore

    Mon, Jun 10 2013

    Daijiworld - simply superb initiative

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  • Vincent Prakash, Dubai / Mangalore

    Mon, Jun 10 2013

    This is what real humanitarian work by daijiworld. I always respect and love daijiworld for this reason. Hope all our media like you. I am pledging my support. Hope this family will get a decent shelter, which they truly deserve

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