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Jan 17, 2022
Inner Circle »» Rising Starz
Rising Starz is dedicated in introducing the budding youth of our community, an effort to reveal those hidden talents to our community. So if you would like to appear in this column or if you know of someone who can appear in this column, please Post the profile now.
  •  Bryden Stephen Lewis
  • Mangalorean gem among us, whom I am pleased and excited to introduce to the readers of, so that he may not blush unseen

  •  Ashvithi and Adhvithi Shetty - Achievements Galore in Dance
  • These are not Double Trouble, but a Twin Delight. Silently working their way to suffice their passion, they are today the darling of the crowds and cynosure of all eyes wherever they go. The famed `Shetty Sisters’ are a talk of the town when it comes to the world of Dance… From performing in their school and college, the duo have come a long way to shoot to fame at the national level with synchronous steps that leaves the audiences awe struck.This is the pair of Ashvithi and Adhvithi Shetty from Mangalore is an example for what passion can

  •  Kevin Misquith – New Generation Musical Talent!
  • Mangalore is a place that has given birth to a number of talented artists, be it Musicians, Writers or Dramatists. There is no dearth of talent, but when it comes to Konkani, most of this talent is concentrated in the older age bracket. But recently, there has been a welcome trend in Mangalore among the younger generation to promote Konkani in various ways. This includes a few youth bands which have mushroomed over the past few years, bringing in a welcome flavor of mixing Konkani music with English and other languages

  •  Local Lad aiming Olympic medal for India!
  • Ehsan Hassan Ibrahim from our own Kudla is aiming to be Indian Carl Lewis at Olympics as he wins the super champion award in UAE. Ibrahim a class 12th student from Dubai Indian High School made a new record in 100 meters and 200 meters meet at the UAE Our Own Inter School Athletics meet at the Dubai Police stadium. The success paved

  •  Rovita D'souza
  • In a generation where most young children are addicted to computer games, chatting and such other activities, it's definitely a great feeling when we hear that someone still is interested in “pure entertainment”. The feeling gets even better when such an individual excels not just in one field but is definitely a multifaceted person. Today, we take great pleasure

  •  Qatar: Dylan D'Souza – Scrabbling is a passion!
  • He is not the first to have excelled at such a young age, neither will he be the last, yet every time you see glimpses of a great sportsman in a talented kid like Dylan D'Souza, you tend to wonder as to what makes him tick. At 11 years Dylan D'Souza has already tried his hand at Cricket, Tennis, Badminton, Football, Table Tennis and Chess and excelled at most of them

  •  Athena Saldanha - Young Achiever!
  • Being a writer and an orator at the same time would take a handful out of any adult but Athena Saldanha at the age of fifteen has managed to do both and that too with much aplomb. Named after the Greek Goddess of Wisdom, Athena was born in Dubai

  •  Kumari Shreya - On her way to stardom
  • Shreya performed her "Rangapravesha" or "Arangetram" after almost a decade of learning the art in Bangalore. This is a very special and an important test for a Bharatanatyam dancer to prove her prowess in the field. She performed for about three hours effortlessly and was immensely appreciated by everyone

  •  Poovamma - Youngest Indian athlete in Beijing
  • "It was a great pride to represent India. In fact I was more proud because I was the youngest athlete to represent India in Beijing Olympics 2008" says Poovamma, Mangalore's promising athlete who is back home from Beijing. Poovamma was a member of the India's women's 4x400 metre relay squad.

  •  Neilroy Miranda - Drumming his way to the Top!
  • Music has always been the universal language of mankind and it is said when a group of people are entertained by the same piece of music, their souls somehow connect in joyful melody. Well, Neilroy Isaac Miranda, our talented Mangalorean youngster in Oman, definitely knows how to connect people with his music

  •  Kum. Bhavna Shetty
  • Kum. Bhavna Shetty, belonging to the Bunts Community, is the blessed daughter of highly artistic parents, Shri Shankar .T.Shetty who hails from Kalladi, Bantwal and Shrimati Mallika Shetty from Thonse, Udupi. Both her parents are renowned for their various talents and skills

  •  Anusha U. Rao
  • The boogie woogie is not a walk over dance competition, that too the international edition. Aired on one of the popular Television networks this dance competition is one of the toughest to conquer even for the accomplished dancer. But the Little Anusha U. Rao won it with considerable ease

  •  Shibani Kunjathbail
  • Some people are born great. On some greatness is thrust. But the real greats are those who achieve greatness by hard work or by using their mind for creative positive thinking or by their talents. Shibani is one such young talent who has achieved success at a very tender age.

  •  Ester Valerie Noronha
  • Every intelligent person is bound to have some aspirations, aims and ambitions in life. A life without an ambition can very well be compared to a ship without a rudder which falters and flounders on a tumultuous sea. Ambition infuses discipline and makes life meaningful. Ester who is studying in 10th Std. in St. Jerosa High School, Jeppu is blessed with a lot of talents

  •  Musically Inclined Rupesh D'Souza
  • Rupesh was one of the two contestants selected from Qatar for the Saregama Middle East Pakistan Challenge 2007. The next stepping stone was Dubai. In Dubai, Rupesh and the 44 participants from Qatar, UAE, Bahrain, Oman and Pakistan were put through the grind in the nuances of singing under the tutelage of Mr. Sanjay Shrivastav, music director for Saregama India. 16

  •  Aniketh D'Souza - Swimming his way to the top
  • To follow one's dreams, one needs not only talent and perseverance but also the support of loving family members and Aniketh Albert D'Souza seems to be blessed with both. Coming from a family that has always encouraged his pursuits for excellence, it is no wonder that he has managed to win swimming accolades at a rapid pace.

  •  Reshma D'Souza - Doing Mangaloreans Proud
  • Multi-faceted Reshma Angeline D'souza, hailing from the Kulshekar Parish, has every reason to be proud. She has just been informed that she has secured the third rank in the MBA examinations 2005 – 06. Reshma belongs to the first batch of students that have passed out from St. Aloysius Institute of Business Administration. Her field of specialization was Finance. After having completed her primary schooling in Sacred Hearts School, Kulshekar, Reshma completed..

  •  Tejaswini Hegde
  • Popularly known as the 'Star of ISM' (Indian School Muscat), Tejaswini Hegde is a multi-talented personality who has made an unparalleled name for herself on the Muscat cultural circuit. Tejaswini or Teju as she is fondly called by family and friends is all of 11 years old and unlike most girls her age, shows an uncanny ability to manage a multitude of extra curricular activities within an extremely tight academic schedule.

  •  Ryan Dias
  • "If Music be the Food of Love, Play On……." This phrase from Shakespeare's 'Twelfth Night' has been made immortal over time and sometimes in our lives we come across people who live their lives by this motto. Our 'Rising Star' today is definitely one of them...

  •  Bhavna Shetty
  • Bhavna Shetty, who is only 17 years old, is the number one female golfer in South India. At such a young age, she has represented India at the National as well as International levels and has won many championships to her credit. Bhavna was selected to represent the Country in The Asia Pacific Junior Golf Championship in Indonesia in 2004. She shot a round of level par 72 on day 2 which has been the best ever score by an Indian woman golfer in prestigious event abroad so far...

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