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Monday - Nov 19, 2012
PANJIM: Adv. Aires Rodrigues has demanded that the Right to Information Act should be included in the curriculum for High School and College students. Speaking at an interactive session with students of BITS Pilani at Zuarinagar last evening, Adv. Aires Rodrigues stated that Goa could take the lead to be a model state in creating awareness and implementation of the transparency law
Sunday - Nov 18, 2012
MARGAO: Voicing concern that abolition of house tax will badly hit the functioning of village panchayats and hinder development in villages, the president of Goa Pradesh Congress Committee (GPCC), Mr Subhash Shirodkar on Saturday said that he will take up the matter with the government through the Rajiv Gandhi Panchayat Raj Sangathna.
Sunday - Nov 18, 2012
PANJIM: The Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Parrikar on Saturday condoled the death of Shiv Sena patriarch, Mr Bal Thackeray saying that Goa has lost a true friend. In his message to the bereaved family, Mr Parrikar said that Mr Thackeray was a great patriot and Hindu national leader who shaped the political history of Maharashtra. Fighter throughout his life, who fought for the betterment of the people
Sunday - Nov 18, 2012
MARGAO: Margao police have arrested two persons from Monte Dongor in connection with an alleged murder reported in Hubli, Karnataka. Police disclosed the names of the duo as Daval Shaikh, 40 and his friend, Rafiq Kagadger, aged 23. It may be noted that Daval’s wife, Fatima Shaikh, 27, was found murdered on the Hubli bypass on November 4
Sunday - Nov 18, 2012
PANJIM: China continues to remain the top importer of iron ore from Goa. Statistics complied by the Goa mineral ore exporters' association (GMOEA) indicate that over 89% of Goa's registered ore was exported to China in 2011-2012. Over 38 million tonnes of Goa's registered iron ore was exported in 2011-2012, out of which over 34 million tonnes was exported to China
Sunday - Nov 18, 2012
MARGAO: Congress party spokesperson Aleixo Reginaldo Lourenco accused chief minister of taking another 'U-turn' on policy matters concerning Goa and Goans, for not having intervened in the denotification of land acquired for parking at Dabolim, despite having spoken against it when he was the leader of the opposition. Addressing media on Saturday, Lourenco accused Parrikar of fooling Goans on Dabolim
Sunday - Nov 18, 2012
MARGAO: The battle for a market complex in Chinchinim took another turn after a group of villagers came out and voiced their opposition to the project stating that the villagers did not want the same. This comes against the backdrop of the recent uproar at the Chinchinim gram sabha held in the first week of November, where a group of residents under the banner of Chinchinim citizens committee
Sunday - Nov 18, 2012
QUERIM: Vivekanand environment awareness brigade, Querim Satari, in association with Goa Sudharop, successfully organized a two-day basic naturalist training workshop at Madei research centre, which is nestled on top of Chorlem ghat on the borders of Goa, Maharashtra and Karnataka. Director of Madei research centre Nirmal Kulkarni provided practical experience in handling instruments
Saturday - Nov 17, 2012
MARGAO: Situated about six kilometers from Margao city, the commercial capital of Goa, is the village of Colva - the pride of Salcete also known as Saxtti. Tourists from all over the world as well as other states of India flock to its shores in large numbers, as Colva is a popular tourist destination. Besides Colva, Salcete is blessed with other coastal beaches in the villages of Benaulim, Varca, Seraulim
Saturday - Nov 17, 2012
PANJIM: The entire Goan coastline comes within the CRZ and there is a sand mining ban in the state with the state not issuing sand mining license in the past two years. However, allegations and instances of blatant sand mining abound with authorities preferring to fine truckers transporting sand instead of closing sand extraction operations, confiscating equipment including boats
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