Mangaluru: 18-year-old student Shawn Patrao ends life


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru 

Mangaluru, Oct 6: A student ended his life on Sunday, October 6 at Darbar Hill in Padil here. 

Shawn Patrao (18) is the deceased person. 

He was studying in first degree in a college in city. 

Shawn was the son of Ronson and Olivia Patrao couple. 

 

As per details available, Shawn hanged from the ceiling fan when parents had gone out. 

The body has been shifted to a hospital for post-mortem. 

Kankanady police have registered a case. 

The reason for the extreme step is not known.

More details are awaited.

 

  

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  • Jyothi prakash dsouza, Nick surathkal

    Mon, Oct 7 2019

    RIP

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  • John Crasta, Mangaluru

    Mon, Oct 7 2019

    My heartfelt condolences to his family. May his soul rest in peace.
    Parents please pay to Jesus to cover your children with His precious blood and protect them.
    Blood of Christ is is the the most effective weapon to protect ourselves and our children from all evil forces .Also make your children to say prayer to the gaurdian angel daily .

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  • KS Mayya, Mangalore/Bangalore

    Mon, Oct 7 2019

    Heartfelt condolences and any amount of solace and comfort will be insufficient to the bereaved family. One of the best families in the community and this tragic loss is unexplainable and unfathomable. May the almighty provide all the strength to his family at this hour of grief and extreme difficulty.

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Mon, Oct 7 2019

    RIP Sunny!

    "MAN IS A VICTIM OF TIME CIRCUMSTANCES"!!!

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  • BIMLESH CHANDR SINGH, MANGALORE

    Mon, Oct 7 2019

    Very sad RIP

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  • Viraj Saldanha, Karkala/Dubai

    Mon, Oct 7 2019

    Rest in Peace Shawn

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  • Geralyn Pinto, Mangalore

    Mon, Oct 7 2019

    Dearest Olivia, Ronson and Sharon,

    My deep and sincere sympathies to you in your sorrow. Olivia, my former and dear student, please remember that I am there for you - anytime that you may need me.

    May Shawn Rest in Jesus' arms.

    Love and Prayers,
    Geralyn Pinto

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  • nitin, kodagu

    Mon, Oct 7 2019

    i advise parents to keep their children away from internet. nowadays children use 24 hours internet and become extreme

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  • VNR, Mangalore.

    Mon, Oct 7 2019

    Dear people,

    Life is a test, everyone has problems in life.. Please dont make any Financial Credit to raise the standard of living.. it will back fire you....

    Live as per want you have.. be satisfied wat you have... Interest is surely Sin as god told in religious holy books.. i think almost all religion tells this.... but no one cares.

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  • Vishu, Udupi

    Mon, Oct 7 2019

    Dear children,

    We beg you all, please stop doing this. Let us talk and settle the issues.

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  • Cynthia, Kirem

    Mon, Oct 7 2019

    Good comment Vishu... Beautiful gesture! Please give the address of your counseling centre, place to contact and timings... Otherwise Where and how children can approach to settle the issues?? Very sad indeed! Rest in peace dear Shawn... Condolences to the bereaved family...

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  • Vishu, Udpui

    Mon, Oct 7 2019

    Cynthia, I believe parents and the teachers are the best counseling experts.
    RIP Shawn.

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  • J.F.D SOUZA, Attavar, Mangalore

    Mon, Oct 7 2019

    Whats wrong with this young generation. For small matters they commits suicide. Students should be properly guided and counselling done in Schools/colleges.

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  • Louis Sunitha Dsouza, Angelore

    Mon, Oct 7 2019

    Extremely sorry to hear this news. Our heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family. May his soul rest in peace.

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  • Jessy Pinto, Kulshekar/Kananjar

    Mon, Oct 7 2019

    OMG 😮 what’s going on with our teenagers these days. It’s so pity such a young boy ended his life. RIP

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  • NDS, Mangalore

    Mon, Oct 7 2019

    Suicidal thoughts at this age is common and nothing else comes to mind at that point of time. Can't blame anyone and it's no use also. What he was going through no one knows.
    We can avoid such incidents
    * Someone who have experienced and failed in suicidal attempts can speak to students and parents in schools and colleges
    * Parents can try to be close and be as best friends to kids
    * One person whom a depressed person can approach when such thoughts comes in mind - Parent, friend, teacher etc who can bring them out of situation.
    * When such thoughts comes in mind, drink a glass of water and try thinking positive side of it.
    * Every problem has a solution.

    Rest In Peace Shawn. You'll be dearly missed.

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  • Joe Gonsalves, Mangalore

    Sun, Oct 6 2019

    A very sad episode in the life and history a young boy - a student. The parents are very respectable people and it is sad to observe that Shawn took this extreme step.

    The Lord knows best. I join several people in offering my condolences to parents of the young man and his close relatives and friends.

    May His Soul Rest in Peace

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  • H. Almeida., Bendur/Andheri

    Sun, Oct 6 2019

    What is happening to our youth, middle aged ??? Why has life become a scourge, a curse, rather than a blessing !!!! Hope this festival of Dassera and Deepavali, cast away, this darkness, gloom, fear..... bring joy, happiness and peace to all..... Shawn, rest in peace.....

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  • Pamy, Mangalore

    Sun, Oct 6 2019

    RIP.. . God please take of his parents n siblings .....Children please think about your parents who give their whole life in taking care of their children..

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  • Melba, Mangaluru

    Sun, Oct 6 2019

    A very sad incident ...what made the young mind to take extreme step ..,very charming boy ...active every time .
    May your soul Rest in Peace and may the almighty give courage to your parents and sibling to bear the loss.

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  • Praveen, Dakshina Kannada

    Sun, Oct 6 2019

    Rip .....

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  • Laetitia Hazel Tauro, Padil, Mangalore.

    Sun, Oct 6 2019

    Extremely sorry to hear the news. Our heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family. May his soul rest in peace.

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  • Howdy, Mangalore

    Sun, Oct 6 2019

    Sad to note this type of incidents. Life hasn't promised bed of roses at every step of the way. If there is happiness then there are challenges too which we don't see or don't want to see but it comes along with happiness no matter what. There is no happiness without sad moments like there is no good without bad then how would you measure good if there is no comparison with bad. Just like destruction like the grain of wheat falls and dies it gives rise to many lives. So don't be discouraged by failures and challenges they are necessary part of life and learning experiences to make stronger and wiser.

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  • VISHUKIRAN FERNANDES, Kalasa

    Sun, Oct 6 2019

    RIP... children at this age are very delicate and parents/teachers should talk with them time and again to know their problems and what pressures they are facing. Our whole life has now become running after money to lead a lavish life. Parents dont have time for their kids. Cant blame parents also because life itself has become expensive that both parents have to work for sake of children and run the house, fees etc. Life was better back then when husband used to work and wife take care of house. That way there was time for kids.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Mon, Oct 7 2019

    Vishu fernandes kalasa,Vishu you are right but with a little change now.That time children too had not much wishes and problems.Now fees ,dresses,education in english schools,,food etc from kids have more weight on parents purse.Travel ,methods too are different.when they dont dress with marked dresses other children make fun of them.parents have to adjust to it whether they want or not.You have to go with time.Where were mobiles that time.?Which child would kill his parent suppose mother or father tells he should put off mobile or take out from his hand?No child would suecide suppose he doesnt get a first rank.yes times have changed.what made this so young boy to suecide is not yet known but he was too young ,to take off his life,Heartfelt sympathies to his family.may his soul rest in peace.

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  • George, Mangalore

    Sun, Oct 6 2019

    Sad n very sad.

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  • Ina Mina Diga, Valencia , Mangalore

    Sun, Oct 6 2019

    Prayer at this juncture:
    God save our youngsters from such kind of stupidity!
    They don’t know what they do !

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Atlanta

    Sun, Oct 6 2019

    The Government should set up an Enquiry for Suicides.
    Rest in Peace Shawn ...

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  • Dinesh Kumar, Hejamady/Mumbai

    Mon, Oct 7 2019

    And the Govt. is Modi's

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  • Prashant Karkera, Hejamady/Mumbai

    Mon, Oct 7 2019

    Why enquiry ?? you have already given conclusion many a times that suicides take place because of GST, demonetisation, economy downfall, unemployment, rupee fall, rise of gold price, cost of onion etc ....
    Rest in Peace Shawn ....

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  • Ravi,, Udyavara

    Mon, Oct 7 2019

    Mr. Jossey, This is not Government's duty.... but Parents who shouldn't pressurize too much to their children...

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