Wednesday, July 26, 2017
DEAR GOANS & ALL READERS ------- Mr. Floriano Lobo is in ICU again after a bypass. He started bleeding so they pulled him back into OT at 2.30 am and opened him again to remove several clots. Meantime his BP and pulse was so low they had to revive him by electric shocks. His condition is still critical though he is better now. Blood arranged. 10 donors gave blood. He is out of danger now. Let's us pray for speedy recovery - Editor

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Wednesday - Sep 19, 2012
PANJIM: The Kadamba transport corporation (KTC) board of directors has resolved to purchase 159 big and small buses to phase out old buses and start operations on new routes. KTC is awaiting release of share capital by the government for the purpose KTC managing director Derrick Netto said the corporation will procure 100 mini buses
Wednesday - Sep 19, 2012
PANJIM: Ramakant Khalap has asked the BJP government to allow mines that are legally operating and to subdivide the rest of the mines into blocks of suitable sizes and auction them to the highest bidder. It is imminent that Khalap wants by all means to destroy Goa or what is left of it said one anti mining activist on learning of Khalap’s request to the government.
Wednesday - Sep 19, 2012
PANJIM: Refusing to step off the accelerator, activists seeking action based on the Shah Commission report besides turning the heat on the forest department are also seeking support of each individual to ‘ boycott’ the mining industry in their own way. “The Shah Commission has established that all mining leases within one kilometre are in violation of the Supreme Court’s order
Tuesday - Sep 18, 2012
PANJIM: Even as the shockwaves of an estimated Rs.35,000-crore illegal mining scam continue to rock Goa, Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar has claimed that the state "occupies a position of pride in the iron ore mining sector" in the country.
Tuesday - Sep 18, 2012
PANJIM: The job aspirants who were on a dharna at Azad Maidan called off their two-week-long strike a day before Ganesh Chaturthi. A delegation of the youth met chief minister Manohar Parrikar on Monday at a meeting arranged by Fatorda MLA Vijai Sardesai. The job aspirants were on a dharna as they had received appointment letters under the previous Congress-led government
Tuesday - Sep 18, 2012
PANJIM: Stating that dump mining has been taking place in Goa, Union ministry of environment and forest (MoEF) issued notices to 46 lease holders asking them to show cause within 15 days as to why environmental clearances (EC) granted to them should not be revoked and their mines closed. In the order dated September
Tuesday - Sep 18, 2012
QUERIM: Taking advantage of the family going out for the purchase of essential goods and commodities in the Sanquelim market, burglars looted gold jewellery worth around 3 lakh from the residence of a policeman in Ravan, Satari, on Monday. Eknath Gawas of Dhatwaddo-Ravan along with his wife had gone to Sanquelim market to purchase the things required for Ganesh Chaturthi after attending his duty hours at Mapusa police station.
Tuesday - Sep 18, 2012
PANJIM: The Goa Peoples Forum has demanded that Section 10(1)(iii) be deleted from Goa Lokayukta Act, 2011, by way of amendment to enable investigation of corruption committed earlier than the five year's time period restriction in the Goa Lokayukta, Act, 2011
Tuesday - Sep 18, 2012
MARGAO: The Goa police have geared up to meet the security requirements in the state ahead of the Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations. "Those travelling to their native places are requested to inform the nearest police station and keep their gold and other valuables in lockers," police RPO John Aguiar said. He said that police patrolling will be intensified and requested people to keep some of their lights on, preferably of their balcony.
Monday - Sep 17, 2012
PANJIM: The Goa barge owners' association (GBOA) on Sunday accused the previous government of failing to stop the excess export of iron ore in 2008. GBOA secretary William D'Costa said that "The government permitted the industry to exceed the environment clearances (EC) limit of 36 million and did not take any steps to stop excess production or iron ore, which resulted in an increase in the number of barges."
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