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Monday - Sep 22, 2014
PANJIM: Transparency is good, but it has limitations and the media should be kept out of processes and deliberations because it tends to create confusion, Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar said Sunday. Parrikar, who was speaking at Confederation of Indian Industries' (CII) 'Knowledge Connect' project, also said the media should be used only to communicate final outcomes and decisions
Sunday - Sep 21, 2014
MANDREM: Sawantawadddo an interior ward in Mandrem village of Pernem taluka, saw some tense moments from Thursday night to Friday afternoon after 5-6 Nigerians got into a heated argument with the owner of the rooms they were renting, and then, in a fit of rage, set fire to a two-wheeler they had hired. While the issue was settled after the Nigerians agreed to pay for the damaged bike
Sunday - Sep 21, 2014
MARGAO: Goans For Dabolim Only (GFDO) has accused the state government of trying to mislead the public by delaying announcements regarding the planned national highway expansion across Goa which is a pre-requisite condition for Mopa airport. At a meeting on Saturday, GFDO convenor Fr Eremito Rebelo expressed his fear that entire villages will be detrimentally changed
Saturday - Sep 20, 2014
PANJIM: Claiming that drug consumption by students is an issue of grave concern, IGP Sunil Garg assured the Ponda citizens that the police would crack down on drug consumption by students in schools and colleges. Garg also stressed the need of proper guidance at home to deter students from drug consumption
Saturday - Sep 20, 2014
PANJIM: Has Prime Minister Narendra Modi realised the worth of Indian Muslims only after the bashing the BJP took in the recently concluded by-polls, Urfan Mulla, a Congress spokesperson and the head of the state Urdu Academy asked on Friday. "Modi has realised this now, what Indian Muslims are about, after the drubbing received by the party in by-polls," Mulla said, on a day when Modi
Saturday - Sep 20, 2014
PANJIM: Judge PV Sawaikar of the CBI Court today adjourned to 8th October the trial of former Director of Prosecution Mrs. Shobha Dhumaskar on corruption charges under Section 13 (2) read with Sections 13 (1) (d) (i) & (ii) of the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988. Shobha Dhumaskar who is being represented by Adv. Saresh Lotlikar today sought exemption from appearing for today’s hearing
POLICE INSPECTOR TUSHAR VERNEKAR ENCOURAGES RAPE OF MOTHER-IN-LAW & SISTER IN LAW?
Saturday - Sep 20, 2014
PANJIM: For the second time in recent memory the Mapusa police led by Tushar Vernekar has allowed the repeated sexual assault and rape by men known to them, refusing to register cognizable cases and make arrests, allowing the rapists to continue to terrorise and brutalise them. In the most recent case where a man from Mapusa raped his mother and sister in- law and unleashed
Friday - Sep 19, 2014
PANJIM: The women's police station arrested a 30-year-old man for allegedly raping his mother-in-law, sister-in-law and minor daughter over a period of six months. Police said the man, a native of Maharashtra, is married to a Goan, is unemployed and is living off his wife's earnings. Police said that a year ago, he along with his wife, son and daughter moved to his sister-in-law's residence in North Goa
Friday - Sep 19, 2014
PANJIM: A Division Bench of the Bombay High Court at Goa comprising of Justice B.P.Dharmadhikari and Justice A.S.Gadkari has adjourned to September 24th further hearing of the Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed by Adv. Aires Rodrigues against the squandering of public funds by the Goa Government on the concretization of Miramar- Dona Paula Road at a whopping cost
SCOTLAND VOTES - RESULTS ON SEPARATION FROM BRITAIN
Friday - Sep 19, 2014
GLASGOW: Scotland has voted against ending its 307-year-old union with England and Wales, with the Scottish National party conceding defeat in the historic referendum. The result was mathematically certain to be a victory for the Better Together campaign after 30 of Scotland's 32 local authorities declared, including the major cities of Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen.
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