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Thursday - Nov 1, 2012
MARGAO: Former PWD Minister Churchill Alemao’s outbursts against Congress leaders at Tuesday’s workers meeting in Navelim, while advising party leaders not to disturb the Parrikar government, has sent confusing signals within and outside the party.
Thursday - Nov 1, 2012
MARGAO: Ravindra Bhavan, Margao, on Wednesday evicted a group of families putting up in the rest room meant for artists under police protection. While the five families bitterly protested over their eviction, without any alternate rehabilitation, Ravindra Bhavan Vice- chairman Chandan Nayak said, “ All along these people were staying in the rest room after they were shifted during the IFFI festival
Wednesday - Oct 31, 2012
PANJIM: Mining in Goa is worse than in Bellary and the government has not done much to control mining activity, these, sources said, are observations of the Supreme Court's central empowered committee's (CEC) after it visited mines in Goa and interacted with NGOs. Sources said CEC members made these observations while interacting with NGO's. The CEC had also inspected mining in B
Wednesday - Oct 31, 2012
PANJIM: Ruling party representatives along with their alliance partner MGP on Wednesday made an impassionate plea to Supreme Court appointed central empowered committee chairman P V Jayakrishnan to restart legal mining in the state. Making a case for resumption of mining, BJP and MGP leaders submitted a memorandum expressing its "serious concern over the present ban" imposed by the Supreme Court
Wednesday - Oct 31, 2012
MARGAO: Former PWD minister Churchill Alemao is planning his return to power. Barely eight months after suffering a humiliating defeat at the assembly elections, he announced his emergence from political hibernation at a meeting of his supporters at Navelim on Tuesday, leaving political analysts guessing over the timing of the move
Wednesday - Oct 31, 2012
PANAJI: The BJP on Wednesday claimed that six Congress MLAs were "begging for favours, forgiveness and entry into the BJP", but that the BJP would not accept them. While slamming Congress observer Sudhakar Reddy for his utterances in Goa on Tuesday, BJP vice president Dr Wilfred Mesquita said that the Congress convention of Tuesday was a "colourless exercise meant to divert the attention of the people of Goa from the boycott of this meeting by six Congress MLAs."

Mesquita declined to name the six MLAs saying that they would come forward to reveal themselves. The BJP also expressed disappointment with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for failing to "honour Goa and Goans by appointing a Goan as a union minister in the last reshuffle of the union cabinet." Mesquita said that "failure to do so is a clear sign that the Congress party has given up both the Lok Sabha seats (in Goa), even before the election race has started
Wednesday - Oct 31, 2012
PANJIM: Old Goa police arrested Arbaj Pepari, 18, resident of St Cruz, on Wednesday for allegedly threatening to rape and molest a girl in public. The complaint was lodged by the father of the girl. Police sources said that two days ago, the father of the victim complained about two boys from the neighborhood for alleged harassment. Because of this, their friend Pepari threatened the girl
Wednesday - Oct 31, 2012
MARGAO: Taking cognizance of the illegalities concerning the kiosks/shops allotted to people under the welfare schemes by various government agencies and corporations, the Margao Municipal Council (MMC) has written to four such bodies. They have been asked to ensure that the beneficiaries have obtained the NOC from the MMC before they are allotted any unit within the jurisdiction of the municipality
27 YEAR OLD LADY LECTURER KILLED IN A BUS TANKER COLLISION
Wednesday - Oct 31, 2012
PONDA: A 27-year-old lady lecturer, Pratiksha Shamba Desai, was killed and 28 others were injured in a collision between a passenger bus and a tanker at Conem-Priol in Ponda on Wednesday afternoon. Among the 28 injured persons, 13 were admitted to Goa Medical College (GMC), Bambolim
Wednesday - Oct 31, 2012
PANJIM: The Goa government has reiterated its stand on the buffer zone issue and is likely to pitch in for an eco sensitive zone (ESZ) of one km only, pleading that Goa is the third-smallest state in the country and a bigger area will further limit the scope for the already restricted development. The government's stance assumes significance as a public interest litigation on buffer zones around protected areas
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