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Mangalore: Raheja Waterfront Launch Star-studded Affair


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Daijiworld Media Network – Mangalore (SP)

Mangalore, Mar 29: Bhoomipuja for Raheja Water Front, a residential complex, which will come up at a sprawling site in Kulai Chitrapur near here, was performed on Monday March 28. The project, which will be located within a walking distance from the sea, is being executed by Raheja Universal and Asha City Builders and Developers.

State higher education minister, Dr V S Acharya, who participated as the chief guest of the function, hailed the project, which he said, is an excellent combination of comprehensive ideas, foresight and impeccable facilities, as a model concept in the area of residential housing. “Both these concerns have a tradition of prestigious projects and trustworthiness. This project will be an invaluable contribution to Karnataka coast,” he remarked. At the same time, Acharya revealed that the state government has made recommendations to the central government to bring some amendments to Coastal Regulatory Zone policy for paving way for the integrated progress of the coast. He felt that if the recommendations are accepted, coastal Karnataka will witness a number of development initiatives.













































Sri Vidyavallabhateertha Swamiji of Chitrapur Mutt delivered benedictory address. He wished that the new project will prove to be a great contribution not only to the coastal belt but also to the country as a whole.

State housing minister, V Somanna, industries minister, Murugesh Nirani, Dakshina Kannada district in-charge minister, Krishna Palemar, assembly deputy speaker, N Yogish Bhat, MPs, Nalin Kumar Kateel and Cheluvaraya Swamy, MLAs, Abhaychandra Jain, U T Khader, C T Ravi and Ashwathnarayan, MLC, Basavaraj Horatti, city mayor, Pravin, Mangalore Urban Development Authority chairman, Dr B Madhava Bhandary, Dr Kalladka Prabhakar Bhat, former minister, K Amarnath Shetty, corporator, Ganesh Hosabettu and several other dignitaries were present.

Bollywood and Sandalwood stars like Suniel Shetty, Ramesh, Murali, Ravichandran, Darshan, Bhavana, Pooja Gandhi, Ragini, Yash, Sudeep and director, Venkatesh, added glitter to the function.  Because of the presence of popular dignitaries and cine stars, a sea of humanity was witnessed at the Chitrapur beach.

Managing partner of Asha City Developers and chairman of MRG Hospitality Infrastructure Private Ltd, K Prakash Shetty, welcomed. He explained that his company has taken up this prestigious project in association with Raheja, in a 50-acre plot on the beach front. He added that the residential complex, which will be equipped with all modern amenities and ultra modern design, will be his gift to his native place. The project will have a number of multi-storied residential complexes, to be built at a cost of Rs 1,200 crore.

Vice chairman of Raheja Group of Concerns, Rahul Raheja, delivered introductory address. He said that this new project will provide a boost not only to employment opportunities, but also tourism in the region. He said he was proud to be associated with Prakash Shetty and Suniel Shetty. Managing director of Raheja Group, Ashish Raheja, and others were present.

Manohar Prasad and Mahesh Nayak presented the programme. Sameeksha Shetty proposed votre of thanks.

Comment on this article

  • Shammi, Karnataka

    Wed, Mar 30 2011

    Its gr8!!! But i donot understand y some actress come to ceremonies like as if it is any award fuction or oscars.Bhavana should have worn saree or salwar.And later it will be the same actress complaining that fans molested them etc.Same thing happen to katrina kaif when she visited ahmedabad.
    Pooja Gandhi looks more respectful,dignified lady in the traditional saree.

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  • Shashi Shetty, Santhoor/Manipal

    Tue, Mar 29 2011

    At the scale this project is been inaugrated and all the pomp and show?? snif snif snif.....I am smelling something not good. Citizens beware.. something unto uncover. Now lets see who will bell the cat.

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  • William, Mangalore

    Tue, Mar 29 2011

    All poor native villagers are chased away with pittiance amount. This is the glaring example how people with money and black money can play a role to further their interest and you can see how the politicians support them for their cause not simply but for some thing in handsome return. But to construct a small house for a common citizen there is endless procedures at last he ends up with non construction. Godman and dirty politicains are solely responsible for this poor state of our common man. The entire curse will be on them. Jai Bharath Matha.

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  • manoj, mangalore

    Tue, Mar 29 2011

    know igot it right mangalore is second capital of karnataka.

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  • Anniyan, Mangalore

    Tue, Mar 29 2011

    It seems that Ravichandran have lost his first of 3 buttons.

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  • prasanna, mangalore

    Tue, Mar 29 2011

    Looks like crazy star needs to tighten his belly:)
    guys beware. what about godrej. news is that they have shelved the project and are going for a new one.

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  • vasanth, puttur

    Tue, Mar 29 2011

    Is there anything for a poor man ?. Money moves in a vicious circle, politics-realty-celebities. Law abiding poor man toils and law breaking by the moneyed people continues. All fanfare looks like a drama

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  • rajesh kumar, mangalore

    Tue, Mar 29 2011

    mangalore always rocks thanks for the Promoters of this

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  • Patrick, Mangalore

    Tue, Mar 29 2011

    Mangalore does not need such towers, neither it can sustain them. No power, no sanitation, no water, you name it and Mangalore has it all. What we need for development is "manufacturing industries" first and not concrete towers.

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  • Ronnie, Karnataka

    Tue, Mar 29 2011

    It's all looks like film promo.

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  • Reema Shetty, Mangalore

    Tue, Mar 29 2011

    Good to see Bhavana... :) Geate actress. Ignored by Kananda Film Industry. Thanks Daiji.

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  • Richard, Dubai

    Tue, Mar 29 2011

    That is the reason you can see all politicians on the stage

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  • jayant s, suratkal/riyadh

    Tue, Mar 29 2011

    This is a good news for all of us, but to build a small house near the sea side in suratkal you will not get door number because you have no permission to build any house upto 500 meters from the sea. Here they are building a tower

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