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Saturday - Sep 15, 2012
PANJIM: In the backdrop of the union government decision to suspend environmental clearances of 93 mines, delegations from the Goa barge owners association (GBOA) and the shipyards association of Goa met chief minister Manohar Parrikar on Friday evening and submitted a memorandum to him. The state government had in an order dated September 10 suspended mining activity
Saturday - Sep 15, 2012
PANJIM: Goa state horticulture corporation chairman Kiran Kandolkar on Thursday lashed out at former sports minister Manohar 'Babu' Azgaonkar, saying that Azgaonkar's tirade against the corporation is for political reasons and to favour non-Goans. Kandolkar said that Azgaonkar took out a morcha in Margao complaining that the outlets of the GSHC are violating a High Court order
Saturday - Sep 15, 2012
PANJIM: Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar on Friday met mining stakeholders on the ongoing mining controversy and assured companies that they will be allowed to export the iron ore which is lying in jetties, said Shivanand Salgaoncar, president of the Goa mineral ore exporters' association. This decision of the government has brought some relief to the mining sector
Saturday - Sep 15, 2012
PANJIM: A routine day's work turned momentarily dramatic for chief minister Manohar Parrikar when Intelligence Bureau (IB) raised a false alarm of a massive explosion in Goa. The call saw Parrikar rush out of a BJP legislative party meeting at the assembly complex, and run towards his car that sped him towards the suspected explosion site. He returned within minutes on learning that the explosion was a hoax
Saturday - Sep 15, 2012
PANJIM: After more than the promised 100 days during the election campaign Manohar Parrikar government of BJP has decided to give Goa a very crippled Lokayukta. The CM who has backed out on every promise he made to get himself elected has now refused to give a strong Lokayukta to the state. From the information received the Goa Lokayukta Rules approved by the Cabinet on Wednesday
Saturday - Sep 15, 2012
PONDA: In what appears to be a deliberate sabotage of documents which would lead to some exposure of the corrupts in the Panchayat, fire was set to panchayat files which appears to be connected to the mining permissions. The incident occurred at the Kirlapal-Dabal Panchayat at about midnight on Thursday
Saturday - Sep 15, 2012
PANJIM: Having been beaten up badly in the March elections with a zero win, Sharad Pawar the leader of the Nationalist Congress party has demanded that the Goa government reopen the mines in the state. Likely that the loss during the elections has to be recovered the extinguished (in Goa) party leader is trying a make pretence to gain sympathy from the mining lobby
Saturday - Sep 15, 2012
PANJIM: Pegging revenue losses from mining to the tune of Rs 400- 500 crore during the current financial year, Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar stated that he had anticipated a ‘ Karnataka like situation’ in Goa’s mining industry, and had considered a possible dip in revenues while draft- ing State Budget 2012- 13. Talking to reporters after a meeting with Goa Mineral Ore Exporters Association
Saturday - Sep 15, 2012
PANJIM: Soft-pedaling his earlier stand, Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar on Wednesday claimed that almost 50- 60 per cent of the mines in Goa are working "within reasonable compliance" of environment norms. “The Public Accounts Committee ( PAC) report on illegal mining and the Shah Commission report is based on figures and facts which are one or two years old.
Friday - Sep 14, 2012
PANJIM: World-renowned fashioned signed Wendell Rodricks has closed down his fashion boutique in a hotel co-operated by a mining company in protest against the illegal mining in Goa. In a press release issued here Friday, the ace designer who also hails from the picturesque riverside village of Colvale, 20 kms from here,
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