Mangaluru: 71st Republic Day celebrated with patriotic fervour


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Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (AM)

Mangaluru, Jan 26: The 71st Republic Day celebration was held with patriotic fervour and eye-catching display of culture at Nehru Maidan here on Sunday, January 26.

District-in-charge minister Kota Srinivas Poojary hoisted the Indian Tri-colour after receiving the guard of honour.

Deputy commissioner Sindhu B Rupesh, IGP J Arun Chakravarthy, MLAs UT Khader, Vedavyasa Kamath, and Dr Bharath Shetty, MLCs Bhojegowda and Ivan D’Souza, Tulu Sahitya Academy president Dayananda Kattalsar and others were present.

Achievers including Padma Shri awardee Harekala Hajabba, who have excelled in various fields were felicitated on the occasion.

Many teams comprising NCC wings, police personnel and students participated in the march past. Various cultural programmes depicting the rich Indian heritage were presented.

  

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  • Max and Jessie Rasquinha, Mangalore, Houston/Dallas, Texas, U.S.A

    Sun, Jan 26 2020

    Very colorful yet very patriotic occasion to witness from a long distance, more than 14000 miles away from Mangalore. Still vividly remember the first Republic of 1950 in Mangalore. Life was simple but life was still filled with basket full of proud feelings that we had the First President, Mr. Rajendra Prasad was sworn in at New Delhi. We had no televisions in those days, but we had good radio broadcasts that brought us the fresh news from New Delhi.

    May the feelings of pride and joy of being a Republic continue to prevail at all times, and may peace and progress also prevail at all times.

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  • James, Bendur

    Sun, Jan 26 2020

    The common comment is found that.... nice to see all the political parties on one stage.... Reason..... all the political leaders are good friends and we are the big fools who believe them and support them when they fight each other.

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  • G O F Fernandes, Mangalore/ Ireland

    Sun, Jan 26 2020

    Long live Janaab H Hajabba! Your hard work and dedication pays off....God bless you and your family!

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  • Navneeth, Mangalore

    Sun, Jan 26 2020

    Despite being under BJP rule, we see all parties on the same dais. This sort of solidarity is required . Nation first, In the past when Cong ruled, such platform was used by their leaders to announce 'Jayanthis' . Any ways Happy Republic day to all,

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  • Anwar, Mangaluru

    Sun, Jan 26 2020

    Have you been there ? !!

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  • Mohit, Mangalore

    Sun, Jan 26 2020

    Lovely Mangalore. Jai Hind. Nice to see all political parties in the same forum.

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  • nitin, bidar

    Sun, Jan 26 2020

    We have been safe in our country for the past 70 years because of our Constitution,

    our constitution has protected our Rights and today when our Constitution is in danger then it is our duty to protect our Constitution.

    This Republic day lets take an oath that we will safeguard our Constitution till our last breath.

    Chief Justice of India (CJI) & Supreme court supposed to be Gurdian of Indian Constitution
    & watchdog of Indian Democracy. if it fails to be what it is supposed to be then WE THE PEOPLE OF INDIA, Progressive thinkers, writers, Educated Personalities, unsold journalists, Economists, students will definitely become Gurdian of Constitution & Watchdog of Democracy.

    happy republic day to all.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Sun, Jan 26 2020

    I love my Mangaluru ...

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