Garbage Free Beaches on Int'l Coastal Clean Up Day


Mangalore: Garbage Free Beaches on Int'l Coastal Clean Up Day

Pics: Dayanand Kukkaje
Daijiworld Media Network- Mangalore (SR/SB)

Mangalore Sep 25: Beach cleaning programme was organized as part of International Coastal Clean Up Day in the beaches here in the city on Saturday September 25.

The beach cleaning was held on the sea shore at Panambur beach wherein Coast Guards, NCC 6 Karnataka Air Squadron, Rotary Club, Baikampady and Corporation Bank held the meaningful event. NCC Airwing cadets, coast guard cadets and students gathered in large numbers to clean the garbage and plastic waste among others to ensure clean beach.

The programme was organized in order to create awareness among the public that sea coast is one of the tourist spot and a beautiful place to spend a relaxing time and thus there is a need to keep the place clean and tidy.

  

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  • Rammohan, Puttur

    Mon, Sep 27 2010

    Good job. This should inspire the locals to keep their beach clean as well and teach visitors not to dump waste materials

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  • stephan, mangalore/saudi arabia

    Mon, Sep 27 2010

    Really great job keep it up

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  • Patrick , Mangalore

    Mon, Sep 27 2010

    Creating awareness is one, but developing awareness is the key. Let these youngsters be first taught to keep their houses and surroundings clean. The whole of Mangalore and the beaches would be clean. The sponsors could better train their money to improving the standards of the poor and suffeing masses.

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  • Kateel Ramesh Prabhu, Mangalore/Bangalore

    Mon, Sep 27 2010

    Congratulations sponsors of the Garbage free movement in Mangalore beache.Last week I had been to Mangalore and was surprised to see all over the city despoit of garbages(papers,plastic bags,empty water bottles etc)in all parts of the city/lodges etc up to 10 a.m in the morning when the city life is active.It gives a very bad ambience to the city.It was worst scene through V.T Road where huge amount of garbage is filled on road sides with dirty smell creating lot of inconvenience to commuters which makes to feel that whethger our MCC is so much blind for city's cleaniliness.MCC should concentrate on this point.

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  • GK, Mangalore

    Mon, Sep 27 2010

    Indeed this is a good work... We should not just stop by to praise such wonderful people for their good work , but also contribute to keep the city clean by not dirtying our surroundings with filth and garbage...

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  • Wilson D'Souza, Kuwait

    Sun, Sep 26 2010

    Keep up the good work, hopes this Cleanliness will be maintained in the days to come. Thanks & Regards Wilson

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  • Sayad Imran, Shirva / Kuwait

    Sun, Sep 26 2010

    Great Job had done all. who ever ther behind this all God Bless you and Whole team.

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  • Leslie Kalpane, Kulshekar/Mangalore

    Sun, Sep 26 2010

    I would like to congratulate the whole team who is doing such wonderful job, keep up the spirit & hope to see Cleaner & eco friendly beaches in Mangalore , Well done , You guys are great regards Leslie

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  • M.R., belthangady/Dubai

    Sat, Sep 25 2010

    Really,its a great job.appriciated.Thanks to everyone for cleaning our Environment.lets make this place as ECO friendly.

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  • Ramesh Baliga, Mangalore/Mangalore

    Sat, Sep 25 2010

    Two side of Mangalore: Beach: MANASIDDARE MARGAVIDE...Roads: MARGAVIDDARU HOGALU MANSILLA...

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  • Antony Herbert Crasta, Mangalore/Sydney,Australia

    Sat, Sep 25 2010

    It is pleasing to see that once a year beach cleaning programme has caught up so well in Mangalore on the International Beach Clean up Day, and good on you all Coach Guards, young NCC cadets, and other voluntary social workers, for your enthusiastic and whole-hearted efforts. I feel this exercise should be carried out more often. Nothing more will please a person or a family to visit a prestine clean beach or a sea-shore in evening hours or during the weekends, to get away from their busy working schedules, just to relax and watch the sea waves and the surrounding natural beauty, also so nicely described by A.S.Mathew in his comments above.

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  • Antony, Belthangady/dubai

    Sat, Sep 25 2010

    I appreciate for the work done but what about black plastic used for the garbage collection.It creates more pollution.

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  • Peter,Gurunja,shirva, Gurunja

    Sat, Sep 25 2010

    Beautiful pictures,meaningful coverage for a dedicated day.Good job Dayananda K,Welldone Daiji.

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  • STALIN MISQUITH, M'LORE\BAHRAIN

    Sat, Sep 25 2010

    Beautiful pictures, keep it up Daiji. Today is the day of garbage free....what about tomorrow??

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  • STALIN MISQUITH, MANGALORE/BAHRAIN

    Sat, Sep 25 2010

    Beautiful pictures....keep it up daiji. Today is the day of garbage free beaches...., but about tomorrow?

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  • Antony Fernandes, Mangalore / USA

    Sat, Sep 25 2010

    Excellent job volunteers. This job should have done by the township or government should have given to some private agency to take care of the cleanness,neatness and safety of our beautiful beach. This cleaning is required at Malpe beach also.

    On August 7th I was there with my family at Malpe beach. Sea was rough. Couple of young students swimming, playing in the sea in almost neck level water. Unfortunately one student was drowned in the sea. His colleagues brought him to the shore shortly and at that time he was alive and they were giving him first aid but nothing come out. There were no emergency services at the beach to rush such cases to the hospital quickly. If they took him to the hospital immediately he may not have died. I saw the police people also on the beach but their action was slow in such emergencies.

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  • Bulsam, Mangalore

    Sat, Sep 25 2010

    Good work well done. God bless!

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  • A.S.Mathew, U.S.A.

    Sat, Sep 25 2010

    God has created a beautiful earth
    for human habitation, and if we
    make it dirty due to our carelessness and irresponsibility,
    then God is not going to send
    the angels to do the clean up job.

    These photos are inspiring
    pictures. We need to get this
    habit of cleaning the dirty public
    places, so that we all can enjoy
    the real beauty of the nature in a clean environment.

    Thought leads to word-word
    leads to action-action leads to
    habit-habit leads to character
    and character leads to destiny.

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  • Lancelot N Tauro, Mangalore/Doha Qatar

    Sat, Sep 25 2010

    Waww... Daiji... what a beautiful picure sir ji...

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  • ibrahim, mangalore/dubai

    Sat, Sep 25 2010

    Really great job by children, every sanga,samspte should make thier aim should be clean city.not fighting for cast.

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