Mumbai: Veteran Hotelier Anand N Shetty Passes Away

By Rons Bantwal
Daijiworld Media Network—Mumbai (RD/CN)

Mumbai, Jul 21: Sixty-eight-year-old Anand N Shetty, veteran hotelier of suburban Mulund (West), passed away at Brahma Kumari Hospital here on Monday July 18, following a cardiac arrest.

He hailed from Heroor, near Kaup in Udupi district.  Shetty is survived by his mother Padma, wife Jayanti, and two sons Sunil and Ashwin.


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  • jaykishen, udipi

    Fri, Jul 22 2011

    TO..Robert... why such importance over the death of a Mangalore born? What u mean by this?Daijiworld is fair enough to announce his death as they know the value of a human in his life time as well as his death.Instead of praying for his soul to rest in are just trying to belittle a hard working mangalorean.

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  • Peter, Udupi

    Fri, Jul 22 2011

    My dear brother Robert.
    He is our Tulunaadu brother and friend who passed away in a distant land. That is why it is important for him to have been announced on Daiji world. May his soul rest in peace.

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  • robert, bangalore/mangalore

    Thu, Jul 21 2011

    why such a importance over the death of a mangalore born hotelier,who probably has made a fortune,over his decison to make a fast buck elsewhere.

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  • Joseph, Doha, Qatar

    Thu, Jul 21 2011

    Remember having seen this guy, but can't remember very well as to which hotel he was catering to. There are many hotels bang outside Mulund railway station on the West ... i.e. Vishwa Bharati, Vishwa Mahal, Vishwa Samrat, Sandeep Hotel and many more. Have eaten in all these hotels umpteen number of times. Was he in one of these above-mentioned hotels? Can somebody kindly advise which one he catered to?

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