Mangaluru, Mar 3: Three persons who were visiting the Panamboor beach on Sunday are reported to have gone missing and presumed to have been washed out into the sea.

They have been identified as Milan (20), Likhit (18) and Nagaraj (24).

All of them were working in different private companies in Mangaluru city.

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Milan was a distributor of Meesho e-commerce company, Likhit was a student in the Rosa Mystica PU college in Kaikamba and Nagaraj was a supervisor in the MMR company in the Baikampady industrial area in Mangaluru.

According to the Panambur police, the incident took place at 6 pm on Sunday.

On receiving information, the police, along with the help of the local fishermen and other rescue workers, launched search operations.

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Mangaluru: The Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC) has appointed Anwar Manila as the social media committee coordinator of the Dakshina Kannada District Non-Resident Indian (NRI) cell of the KPCC. The appointments were made through an order issued by KPCC President DK Shivakumar on Saturday.

In addition, the party has also appointed Vice President of non-resident Indians forum and All India Congress Committee’s Indian Overseas Congress (IOC) secretary in-charge Dr. Arati Krishna as the chairperson of the KPCC NRI Cell.

Anwar, a non-resident Kannadiga residing in Dubai for the past 18 years, has been an active member of the Congress party for a decade, particularly within its social media unit. He is also serving as the member of the social media unit of INCAS. In 2019, he served as a member of the publicity committee for the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, attended by former AICC president Rahul Gandhi in the UAE.

Alongside, Anwar has also been actively serving in social, religious and educational fields and is also recognised by several non-resident Kannadiga organisations.