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Sunday - Dec 7, 2014
VASCO: With an increase in the number of dacoities in the state, Vasco police have sought the assistance of motorcycle pilots in the port town to fight the menace. On Saturday evening the pilots were called to the police station to help identify the criminals. DySP Lawrence D'Souza said, "Before striking their target, thieves normally do a good amount of study of the locations and it is here
Sunday - Dec 7, 2014
MAPUSA: Alleged accused Cleophas Fernandes, who attacked Calangute MLA Michael Lobo, is still not traceable, say police who have launched a massive manhunt for him. Fernandes, who was booked for an attempt to murder by Anjuna police, has not reported home after the incident and his cellphone was not traceable, police said. He had fled after the attack. Police teams have
Saturday - Dec 6, 2014
PANJIM: The clash between traditional fishermen and star hoteliers is rooted in on shores of Zuari river. Number of villages on Zuari bank near Bambolim are occupied historically by ST, OBC people. Yet they do not have legal control over the land that they inhabited and cultivated. From the time of 1972 land survey most of the land of traditional fishermen has been recorded as owned by Brahmins
Saturday - Dec 6, 2014
NEW DELHI: Union minister of state Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti described the choice for voters in Delhi as one between “Ramzaadon” (those born of Ram) and “haramzaadon” (the illegitimately born). The comment — made in the national capital, barely a few weeks after the communal violence in east Delhi’s Trilokpuri had simmered down — deservedly provoked wide outrage, including in Parliament
Stupid Goa Governor Wants Hindi To Be The Language Of Livelihood Of Goa
Saturday - Dec 6, 2014
PANJIM: Hindi continues to be the language of our heart but we have failed to make it the 'language of livelihood' (pet ki bhasha), Goa Governor Mridula Sinha has said. “Unless we dispel a popular perception that English is the only language of livelihood and make concerted efforts to make Hindi a language
Friday - Dec 5, 2014
PANJIM: Goa Bachao Abhiyan (GBA) is hoping that the new cabinet will reactivate RP 2021 in the context of planning to stop the spate of illegalities and clearing of large projects on a case-by-case basis. GBA stated that even as guidelines are yet to be worked on, the controversial Querim golf course received permissions for lakhs of square metres of tenanted land, just months after
Friday - Dec 5, 2014
PANJIM: Even as the preliminary Environment Impact Assessment (EIA) study on the Greenfield International Airport at Mopa indicates that water requirement for the construction and maintenance of the project would be sourced from the canal network of the Tillari Irrigation project, the Goa Tillari Irrigation Development Corporation (GTIDC) is unaware of any such proposal
Friday - Dec 5, 2014
PANJIM: The process of granting a prior Environmental Clearance for the controversial Golf Course and Resort Villas project for which the entire village of Tiracol was “bought”, is riddled with missing links, missing minutes and false declarations
Thursday - Dec 4, 2014
TIRACOL: One of Goa's most controversial projects, the 'PGA standard 18 hole golf course and Eco Resort' at Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar's constituency, will now face a series of legal challenges which threaten to expose the manner in which the entire village of Tiracol has been literally usurped by the project proponents with the active connivance of the state authorities
Thousands And Thousands Of Devotees Flock For The Feast Of St. Francis Xavier
Thursday - Dec 4, 2014
OLD GOA: Archbishop of Mumbai Cardinal Oswald Gracias was not wrong when on Wednesday he hailed the harmony among people of various religions in Goa. Even as he said this in his homily at the feast mass of St Francis Xavier, the scene outside the pandal was proving him right. Old Goa was a riot of colours and a babel of tongues as people from across the State, country and world, and of other faiths came to venerate St Francis Xavier
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