Wednesday, July 26, 2017
DEAR GOANS & ALL READERS ------- Mr. Floriano Lobo is in ICU again after a bypass. He started bleeding so they pulled him back into OT at 2.30 am and opened him again to remove several clots. Meantime his BP and pulse was so low they had to revive him by electric shocks. His condition is still critical though he is better now. Blood arranged. 10 donors gave blood. He is out of danger now. Let's us pray for speedy recovery - Editor
Tuesday - Dec 2, 2014
PANJIM: Enforcement directorate (ED) will question Radha Timblo for the second time on Tuesday. Timblo has been named for allegedly stashing black money abroad. On November 18, ED quizzed Timblo for nearly eight hours in the alleged illegal mining case registered under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act. ED said that Timblo had sought a week's time, which was granted to her, to submit documents
Tuesday - Dec 2, 2014
PANJIM: National green tribunal (NGT) has directed the Union ministry of environment and forests (MoEF), the state of Goa and Goa coastal zone management authority (GCZMA) to file their affidavits in the issue of construction of the Keri-Tiracol bridge. NGT has also ordered the forest department to inspect the site
Monday - Dec 1, 2014
OLD GOA: A contractor, Vasu K Shet, was arrested on Friday in connection with the destruction of mangroves in the Goltim-Navelim Panchayat area in Divar, along the banks of the River Mandovi, while 88 labourers who were rounded by Old Goa police earlier in the day were released after interrogation. The action from the police comes after directives from the Goa Coastal Zone Management Authority
Sunday - Nov 30, 2014
PANJIM: Goa's multi-million dollar iron ore mining industry will be operational within "two to three months", Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar said on Friday after conducting his first cabinet meeting. "Mining will start in Goa after two to three months," Parsekar said in response to a query from reporters. Mining had been banned in Goa by the Supreme Court for over 18 months, before
Sunday - Nov 30, 2014
PANJIM: India's interests will be primary during arms purchases, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said on Sunday, but added he was willing to consider "other issues", when asked about objections from the Left against military deals with Israel. Parrikar, in Goa on a non-official visit, was speaking to reporters when he was asked about Communist Party of India-Marxist leader Sitaram Yechury's demand
G S R P Election Manifesto For Goa Legislative Assembly Elections, 2017.
Friday - Nov 28, 2014
PANJIM: The GOA SU-RAJ PARTY [GSRP], the GREEN REVOLUTIONARY PARTY of Goa of 14 years standing, through this early release of its manifesto, makes it known to Goans at large and lovers of Goa, that it is serious about contesting the next GOA LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS scheduled to take place in 2017
Friday - Nov 28, 2014
PANJIM: The government, in its reply to the queries raised by bidders for the Mopa Greenfield Airport Project, said that the Dabolim airport capacity would saturate within five years if it maintains its present growth and there was limited scope for further expansion due to non-availability of land. It also said that the EIA report has been put up for public hearing and it expects to receive
Friday - Nov 28, 2014
PANJIM: The anti-corruption branch (ACB) of the directorate of vigilance has arrested former Sancoale sarpanch Ramakant Borkar for allegedly demanding and accepting a bribe of 2 lakh cash for an occupancy certificate. Borkar has been remanded to seven days police custody on Thursday. ACB on Wednesday night arrested Borkar after he was discharged from Goa medical college (GMC) and hospital
Friday - Nov 28, 2014
PANJIM: St Cruz Congress MLA Atanasio 'Babush' Monserrate is firm on contesting the by election from Panjim as an independent, is committed to fielding a candidate in St Cruz to fill the vacuum he is creating and is equally committed to preventing the mummy-son duo (Victoria and Rudolf Fernandes) from winning there. Monserrate said he is in the final stages of completing his election
Thursday - Nov 27, 2014
PANJIM: Massage parlours can't be wished away in a tourist state, said Goa Police chief TN Mohan, who thinks "police raj checking everybody" would be counterproductive to an industry on which the state's economy is so dependent. Mohan said on the sidelines of a function organised by a women's rights group that extreme action against massage parlours, a booming almost unregulated
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