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Friday - Mar 13, 2015
PANJIM: Panjim Chief Judicial Magistrate Ashley Noronha will on March 13th at 10 am hear the cheating case filed by Adv. Aires Rodrigues against former Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar and Nilesh Amonker Managing Partner of Apex Computer and Engineering Services. At the last hearing the police had sought more time to conduct the preliminary inquiry
Friday - Mar 13, 2015
MARGAO: If there’s one single issue literally giving sleepless nights for the Goa Vikas Party candidates contesting the Zilla Panchayat elections in minority Salcete, it is the contentious issues such as Ghar Vapsi, beef shortage and the attacks by the fanatics against Mother Tereza and the Churches across the country. Visit any of the constituencies in Colva, Nuvem, Curtorim or Raia
Friday - Mar 13, 2015
PANJIM: The Congress party finally announced that its MLA and former minister Atanasio (Babush) Monserrate has been expelled for indulging in ‘anti-party activities’ during the recently-held Panjim constituency bypoll. Goa Congress spokesman Sunil Kawathankar told the media: ‘Congress president Sonia Gandhi, considering the conduct and acts of indiscipline of Santa Cruz MLA Atanasio Monserratte, has decided to expel him from the party for six years’.
Thursday - Mar 12, 2015
MARGAO: Firmly opposed to the zilla panchayat (ZP) polls being conducted on party lines as well as upset with the BJP-GVP alliance remaining mum on various incidents of communal violence reported in the country, the independent Colva ZP candidate Marcus D'Souza and his supporters on Wednesday accused the GVP candidate and outgoing South Goa chairperson Nelly R
Thursday - Mar 12, 2015
PANJIM: The All India Congress Committee has finally acted with a heavy hand on dissidence within its Goa unit, by expelling belligerent St Cruz legislator and former State Education Minister Atanasio ‘Babush’ Monserrate for a period of six years, for anti-party activities during the recently held Panjim by-election and his utterances thereafter. With this the Congress is left with
Thursday - Mar 12, 2015
PANJIM: It is finally official that Goa offers more than just sun, sand and surf to get high on. Admitting for the first time that some tourists visit the state to consume party drugs, the Goa police said the drug trade is linked to the tourism industry. Karthik Kashyap, SP, anti-narcotics cell (ANC), said drug-pushers are more active when tourism is doing well—that is when there are more rave and other kinds of parties
Thursday - Mar 12, 2015
VASCO: People from different communities in the port town have set an ultimatum to officials of Goa Meat Complex (GMC) to start slaughtering of cattle from Monday, failing which they have threatened to stage a protest rally. Speaking to Herald, senior citizen Alfred D’Costa said the government is playing into the hands of a few fanatics, who claim to be members of animal welfare groups
Demand To Suspend Tainted Judge Dvijple Patkar
Wednesday - Mar 11, 2015
PANJIM: Adv Aires Rodrigues has today in a letter petition to the Bombay High Court at Goa demanded that Judge Ms Dvijple Patkar be placed under immediate suspension as she has been charge sheeted by the Margao Police. Adv. Rodrigues has in his letter drawn the attention of the High court that the Margao Police on
Wednesday - Mar 11, 2015
PANJIM: Nine months after going on an unofficial week-long jaunt to witness the football World Cup in Brazil, in June last year, Fisheries Minister Avertano Furtado, Aldona legislator Glenn Ticlo, Vasco legislator Carlos Almeida and Velim legislator Benjamin Silva, are still to pay their dues to the Sports Authority of Goa (SAG) despite four reminders. The exasperated SAG, which paid for the trip
Wednesday - Mar 11, 2015
PANJIM: On an application filed by social activists against Shilpi Construction for allegedly cutting mangroves between St Cruz-Merces highway junction and Panjim circle, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) has directed the respondents to maintain a status quo on the ongoing work. An NGT bench headed by Justice V R Kingaonkar said, "Status quo to be maintained, which shall
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