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Bantwal: Missing Venisha Reema Menezes traced in Bengaluru, safe


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Bantwal, Jun 26: Venisha Reema Menezes (19) who was reported missing since Tuesday was traced in Bengaluru on Wednesday, June 25. She is safe.

As per details available presently, she was found at Majectic bus stand and was planning to travel to Ballari.

Police personnel and parents from here have left for Bengaluru to bring back Venisha Reema Menezes.


Earlier report

Venisha Reema Menezes from Bantwal goes missing leaving note behind

Bantwal, Jun 26: Student of a college at Modankap here, identified as Venisha Reema Menezes (19), a native of Poitaje, Bantwal taluk has gone missing. In a complaint filed at Bantwal police station, the girl's family said that the girl is missing since Tuesday, June 25.

Venisha reportedly has kept a note seeking blessings from her parents. In the note, she has also requested her sister to take care of their parents.

According to sources, Reema was good in studies and very jovial with her friends and neighbours.

Venisha is the daughter of Vincent and Rita Menezes. Sources from the family stated that Venisha left for college in the morning wearing uniform. Initial search in the surroundings and familiar places has not yielded any result.

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  • Roland Noronha, Mumbai/Mangalore

    Thu, Jun 27 2019

    Poor Girl must be going through depression and needs help. Her Aunt has put it rightly. I am happy that her aunt says she is a good girl and they will try to help her. Why give negative comments and make the situation worse for the girl. Have mercy on this girl who may be going through heavy depression.

    Mangalore is supposed to smart city, smart people and smart talents. Use them for the benefit of everyone and try to enhance the reputation of Mangalore. Please, I repeat Please, do not harass the girl or her family people especially her parents with your negative comments.

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  • J P James, Bajpe / Puchall

    Thu, Jun 27 2019

    Good that she safe and in safe hands of Police, Majestic is very hotel i been stayed so many times , good customer service ,

    J P James
    Bajpe / Puchall

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  • SAMAD, MANGALORE

    Thu, Jun 27 2019

    Please read the content of the text of News and then comment.
    Its the time to guide the youngsters. Hope you too have grown up children!

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  • Vincent Rodrigues, Katapadi/Bangaluru

    Thu, Jun 27 2019

    Good news to trace her safe in Bengaluru.

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  • Virat Monteiro, Kaikamba , Bahrain

    Thu, Jun 27 2019

    Good that the story end peacefully , Praise the lord, Thanks God ,we need to good counseling our young teens for their future ,I know the pain when the same thing happened to my brother and my parents were against their marriage but he was stubborn and want to go against my parents and marry her but she was very poor and don't have proper house also , but at the end after consulting and counseling both agree to part away ,

    Virat Monteiro
    Kaikamba

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  • jdalbvr, bvr

    Thu, Jun 27 2019

    Counselling is mostly needed for parents,too....

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  • Flavian, Mangaluru/Kuwait

    Thu, Jun 27 2019

    @ Shankar,
    Your logic sounds bit strange!
    When we attain the age of being a major means we have full liberty to act do whatever we wish and that too going against the morals and principles laid down by our elders especially our parents. Not at all.
    I do not want to contradict your lines but would ask you a question whether you would have been so liberal and sat quiet if such situation if at all arises in the family.
    I am not digging personal matter only as a contention of your thought.

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  • Shankar, Mangaluru

    Thu, Jun 27 2019

    I preach what I act.
    But not shying away from the responsibilities back at home while living life of your choice is condemnable, however that too is on one's own prerogative.

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  • Flavian, Mangaluru/Kuwait

    Thu, Jun 27 2019

    There seems to be a third person involved in planning all dramatics and future plans. Real secrets will be extracted by the police after further investigation in the incident.

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  • Shankar, Mangaluru

    Thu, Jun 27 2019

    She is a major and she has all rights to wherever she want to go and live.

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  • NFS Rodrigues, mangalore/Bangalore

    Thu, Jun 27 2019

    Glad that she has been found. Appreciate the effort of our police force, family and all concerned.

    Saddened reading comments passed here. We just do not make any attempt to rise above religion & politics. People have forgotten humanity.

    Its very easy to write a stupid & a silly comment without knowing the facts, the situation of the child, parents, and members of the family that they are going through. In these days many are clued to relate to incidents that they see in movies and social media forwards. Lets take a moment to think if we were in the place of the parents in this situation then would we like to read comments posted here by some fools & sick people. they are yet to grow up in life.

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  • Roshan Braganza, Mumbai

    Thu, Jun 27 2019

    Its better after puberty , after 15 to 18 age parents leave their children on their own .

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Thu, Jun 27 2019

    Praise the Lord ...

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  • Rakesh, Pune

    Thu, Jun 27 2019

    It seems Failed Love Jihad.....

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  • Joe Gonsalves, Mangalore

    Wed, Jun 26 2019

    May The Good Lord bless and protect Venisha Reema.

    It is a question of time before the reason for her leaving her home will be revealed.

    I join others in saying a prayer for the anxious parents.

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  • PEDDA GUNDOO, MANGALURU

    Wed, Jun 26 2019

    Coeducation top of that social sites WHATSapp in the house !! FATHER AND MOTHER gaya tel lene !! Me, My Freedom whatever I do it as per me its correct and I will do it whatsoever !

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  • Rita, Germany

    Wed, Jun 26 2019

    Dear Venisha Reema ,why didnt you ask your parents blessings personally instaed of in your Note?Were your parents so bad ?Asking your sister to take care of them.means you love them.Let not burden on your sister,comeback whatever the situation is, ask to forgive you.They too are humans and your parents will certainly forgive you.And do one thing ,please dont do any silly things .whatever the situation is,keep in mind that parents brought you up sacrifying many things.education and so.Now simply walkaway?No .please give some hint if you are in difficult situation and dont know way out.They can help you .Dont have any fear from anybody.Do your education complete.
    May be this new wave of falling in love with someone and follow one?Hope she comes back safely.Ask her college friends.

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Wed, Jun 26 2019

    Cyber police will track her if she uses the same old mobile no or uses the internet to use FB, email, etc.

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  • Laaqi, Mangalore

    Wed, Jun 26 2019

    Please don't panic ..! within 2 days or 3 our police force trace her down

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  • Allen, Mangalore

    Wed, Jun 26 2019

    Since she left on her own, she will be return on her own. May be she will appear as newly married couple. Now a days children do not go to College for studies but just for entertainment!

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  • Mary menezes, New york

    Thu, Jun 27 2019

    This is my brothers daughter. Before you place any blame on her for going to school for enjoyment or coming back married, understand her situation before you give your stupid input. She has beautiful parents, she did not run away with anyone as she was found alone. Unfortunately, she suffers from a case of depression and we will do our best to help her. She is a very good girl god bless and would never do such for the wrong reason.

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  • Maria Pinto, Oakville

    Thu, Jun 27 2019

    Praise to lord Mary. Doesnt matter what people think of the girl but you don't need to say that girl has depression. Don't pay attention to the silly commemts. I'm glad they have found her.

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  • Jennifer, Mangalore

    Thu, Jun 27 2019

    True Mary Menezes .

    Some readers without knowing the real fact and issue , they comment like any thing .

    Other day somebody using name of JP James was advising senior citizen to count his days ! These kind of attitudes higłly intolerable.

    God has to forgive these people .

    But I am happy that Venishas disappearances ended happily and she reunited with her parents and loved ones

    God bless Venisha
    God bless us all

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  • Francis, Mumbai/Dubai

    Thu, Jun 27 2019

    Dear MV, Mangalore, Mangalore, Anand, Mangalore, Stanley D'Souza, Kuwait, Allen, Mangalore, Pedda Gundoo, Mangalore, Roshan Braganza, Mumbai,

    May I request you all to restrain from giving your verdict before you verify the true facts please?

    Please read her aunt, Ms. Mary Menezes, New York's an open and painful statement that Venisha is suffering from a case of depression….
    Let us all be kind and compassionate towards the case. It is none of our business to comment anything, which hurts the family.

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  • Preetham Kirem, Sharjah

    Thu, Jun 27 2019

    It’s really heartenibg to see the pains of the parents of this little girl, Venisha Reema Menezes, and the thoughtless comments made there upon.
    If at all in the news item , if there was a mention of She was suffering from depression, the comments box would have been entirely different.
    God bless the Menezes family and especially Venisha with good health.

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  • Francis, Mumbai/Dubai

    Thu, Jun 27 2019

    Dear Mary,

    I am very sorry for your dear niece, Venisha and her parents, who are going through during this difficult times. I know what 'depression' is and its impact on human beings. For some , depression could be due to some personal situations and for some due to major / terminal disease.

    Hope and pray that Venisha will be alright very soon and healthy.

    Wish you and all the family members all the best. God bless.

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  • XAVIER, KUWAIT

    Thu, Jun 27 2019

    Allen, please don't give foolish comments in public forum. None of us know the reason, it appears that the girl was in depression so she left a note. If it was your own child how would you feel when someone gave a silly comment? First know the fact and then talk! Everyone faces situation such as hers at least once in lifetime

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  • stanley Dsouza, kuwait

    Wed, Jun 26 2019

    disaster is at our door step wake up parents and please keep an eye on your teenage children

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  • Anand, Mangalore

    Wed, Jun 26 2019

    After two days she will appear from pure vegetarian restaurant or you can find her at shopping place near kulyadikars reductions sale.

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  • Augustine Daniel DSouza, Udupi Mumbai STATE OF KUWAIT.

    Wed, Jun 26 2019

    Lord Jesus bring back home Miss. Venisha Reema Menezes as soon as possible.

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  • Ephrin Noronha, Kelarai , Mangalore

    Wed, Jun 26 2019

    Now a days parents duties are same like helping them (childredn) to do their Home work given by class teacher.

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  • Chatty Shetty, mangalore

    Wed, Jun 26 2019

    Very shocking. Now the situation is such that the parents just cannot expect their children to come back from school also. Hope the young girl changes her mind and comes back home safely.
    Lord Brahma have mercy on her

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  • Lokesh Shetty, Mangalore/Abu Dhabi

    Wed, Jun 26 2019

    Venisha Reema Menezes, Request you to please return home immidiately. Remember one thing Nothing is more important and precious in this world then your Father & Mother who have sacrificed everything for their children's happiness. by the time you will realize this it may be too late. you can still speak to your parents and get their blessings if you like someone.

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Wed, Jun 26 2019

    If the birth year mentioned in her FB A/C is correct then she will be in trouble as she would not be mature enough to take care of herself wherever she has planned to go!!

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Wed, Jun 26 2019

    Mysterious indeed! BTW, her FB A/C mentions 2004 as year of birth; minor???

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  • Jembar Bappu, BAJPE

    Wed, Jun 26 2019

    We pray almighty to bring back vinisha safely

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  • Jembar Bappu, Bajpe

    Thu, Jun 27 2019

    Lord thanks for hearing our prayers

    Praise the lord

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  • MV, Mangalore, Mangalore

    Wed, Jun 26 2019

    Love jihad?

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