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Saturday - Feb 21, 2015
MARGAO: Expressing serious concern over the government’s move to censor tiatr, the Tiatristancho Ekvott on Thursday has demanded that the government give a written assurance to the tiatr fraternity within 15 days that the popular tiatr will not be brought under the censor board. The forum has said that it would chalk out its future course of action if the government goes ahead with the move to censor tiatr
Friday - Feb 20, 2015
PANJIM: Adv. Aires Rodrigues has today appealed to President Pranab Mukherjee and Chief Justice of India H.L.Dattu not to elevate the Bombay High Court Chief Justice Mohit Shah to the Supreme Court. In a joint letter faxed to President Mukherjee and Chief Justice Dattu, Adv. Rodrigues has stated that it was disturbing and extremely distressing that the very controversial and politically tilted
Menino ‘Bakhia’ Fernandes Assaults RTI Activist In Colva
Thursday - Feb 19, 2015
MARGAO: RTI activist Jowett D’Souza was hospitalised after he was allegedly beaten by Colva panch member Menino Fernandes and others at a Colva restaurant on Tuesday. Colva PI Uttam Raut Desai told the media that Menino has been arrested by the police in connection with the incident. He was later released on bail. Jowett is still convalescing at the Hospicio hospital
Thursday - Feb 19, 2015
PANJIM: Reacting to this shocking incident, Inspector General of Police Sunil Garg, said “This is really shocking. Whoever is guilty will be punished. We will not shy away from taking action.” He has called for a prompt inquiry into the incident after meeting the family including the boy himself. The IGP said he has directed North SP Priyanka Kashyap to personally inquire into the incident and
Calangute Police Beat Almost To Death 19 Year Old John
Thursday - Feb 19, 2015
PANJIM: In a horrific incident that has dragged the Goa police under the spotlight for all the wrong reasons, the Calangute police have been accused of mercilessly beating up a 19- year- old male student, John Fernandes, in the women’s lock up, and then trying to hush up the case. The boy was picked up by the Calangute police on Sunday last for being allegedly involved in a theft in a hotel
Thursday - Feb 19, 2015
NEW DELHI: A senior Coast Guard official, who contradicted the Defence Ministry's claim by saying he had ordered blowing up an intruding Pakistani boat off Porbandar coast on new year eve, today made a U-turn, claiming he was misquoted
Thursday - Feb 19, 2015
NEW DELHI: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar Wednesday said he would hold an inquiry and possibly take "disciplinary" action against a Coast Guard officer who sparked off controversy with his remarks - captured on video - that he ordered a Pakistani boat allegedly trying to sneak into Indian waters be blown up. Parrikar also said the government "stands by its statement" that the boat
Modi’s Stern Warning Of Strict Action Against Those Perpetrating Communal Acts
Thursday - Feb 19, 2015
NEW DELHI: Breaking his silence on the recent church attacks, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Tuesday said his government will not allow any religious group to incite hatred and will strongly act against any religious violence. The Prime Minister, who has been accused by opposition and Christian groups of turning a blind eye to a string of recent attacks on five churches and a Christian school in Delhi, said his government “gives equal respect to all religions.”
Wednesday - Feb 18, 2015
PANJIM: Tiatrists say: Mr Parsekar, we challenge you to form a censor board to gag tiatrists and other playwrights. Do not underestimate the people's power. No one can stop tiatrists from speaking the truth This government has decided to go against its own people by exploring possibilities of forming a censor board-- officially for all stage productions but targeted completely at gagging tiatrs
Wednesday - Feb 18, 2015
MARGAO: Asserting that the BJP is part and parcel of the RSS, member of the All India Secular Forum Ram Puniyani on Tuesday said that the RSS and its organisations such as the Vishwa Hindu Parishad and Bajrang Dal and others are out to divide the country on communal lines
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