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Mangaluru: Kadri Temple circle, Bhandary Builders' gift to city, inaugurated


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SB)

Mangaluru, May 24: A new circle near Kadri Temple Road, donated by one of the leading builders of the region, Bhandary Builders, was inaugurated in the presence of mayor Kavitha Sanil, local corporators and public on Tuesday, May 23.  

The mayor along with deputy mayor Rajaneesh, A J Shetty, member of managing committee of Kadri Manjunatha Temple; former mayor Shashidhar Hegde, MUDA chairman Suresh Ballal, and corporators Pratibha Kulai, Abdul Rauf, Nagaveni, Sabitha Misquith, Harinath, Ganesh Hosabettu and Ahmed Nazir inaugurated the circle with the traditional lamp lightning ceremony. Local corporator D K Ashok Kumar presided over the programme.























































Speaking on the occasion, the mayor Kavitha Sanil said, "I am very glad to see the beautiful circle inaugurated here. Bhandari Builders contacted us with an idea of a new circle here. Granted permission, they constructed the circle in a very short span of time. I thank Bhandary Builders for their wonderful gesture. We have already started to work to achieve our mission of a clean and beautiful city. I welcome all builders to come forward with innovative ideas to make Mangaluru a beautiful city."

Suresh Ballal said, "This circle will not only help to reduce traffic congestion, but will also be the landmark of this area. Bhandary Builders have done an excellent job. This circle will make it easy for the outsiders to reach Kadri temple. We are thankful to the owners of  Bhandary Builders."

Lakshmish Bhandari, director, Bhandari Builders also thanked the city corporation and the management of Kadri temple.

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  • Mohit, Mangalore

    Fri, May 26 2017

    Thanks to Bhadary Builders for their good gesture to humanity. Hope more and more builders will come up to build a beautiful round about in every corner of the city. Good no MLA, MP is invited to do the ribbon cutting.

    Why do we need MCC Then? They are like sleeping cells. Only collect money and no development? What is their use?

    Jai Hind.

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  • Cyril Dsouza, Mumbai

    Wed, May 24 2017

    I think all builders should come forward and build pavements, park, sitting chairs or bus stops etc which will make the city and mangalore look beautiful and clean . Thank you to Bhandary builders and the Mayor who has taken interest to make mangalore beautiful

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  • Raj, Mangalore

    Wed, May 24 2017

    Gud job , but circle has acquired more space roads around it is very narrow and not convenient for drive. Here personal interest is highlighted more than the social cause.

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  • prasad, mangalore

    Wed, May 24 2017

    is this a part of CSR?

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  • Rasjesh Bhat, Mangaluru, Duabi

    Wed, May 24 2017

    Why Kannada is missing in the Road sign Name Board and in Circle?
    Please mention the name in Kannada also.

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  • ricky, Udupi

    Thu, May 25 2017

    Need not be compulsory for us, as Kannada should be exempted from Udupi and Mangalore. Tulunadu were forced to add in Karnataka and now they are enforcing Kannada on us. Tulu should be our first language along with Hindi as National Language and English as Internationally widely spoken. And it is written beautifully in English

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  • Mahesh, Mangalore

    Wed, May 31 2017

    Kannada name plate is there At another side of the circle..

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  • Santosh, Mangalore

    Wed, May 24 2017

    One small circle looks like changing Mangalore for you ? Go and see Hampankatta Junction, roads approaching Mangalore Cetral Railway Station, Central Market, etc. Then you can feel the changes.

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  • Kishore N Rai, Mulki,Dubai

    Wed, May 24 2017

    Mangalore is changing. Going to be one of the best Smart city in India. Thanks to Bhandary builders for taking initiative in this beatification of Mangalore and showing others to come forward in similar projects which will help the people. I request all builders to come forward to build jointly well planned multi level parking with some shops at temple and Market area which generates some revenue to Government and the temple. Even Mujrahi temples have lot of money which can be used for right purpose so that people get benefitted.

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  • vivian, Dubai

    Wed, May 24 2017

    Please install CCTV who spoiling this circle. Some reckless drivers will not keep distance and will scratch the edges of the Circle. Those who spoiling or scratching the edges, MCC should recover money from them to maintain the beauty of Mangalore.

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  • G R PRABHUJI, Mangalore

    Wed, May 24 2017

    There are many builders in Mangalore, they must be encouraged by this. Mangalore will look beautiful.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Wed, May 24 2017

    Mangaluru is beautiful ...

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