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Sunday - Nov 3, 2013
MAPUSA: A collective of rent-a-bike operators in Goa resolved to boycott Nigerians and not accept their business, two days after a mob of Nigerians blocked a national highway and attacked locals and policemen. Spokesperson for the rent-a-bike operators in north Goa, Jalesh Raut, said that they had also put up signs all over Mapusa, a town 12 kms from Panjim, which says "No to drugs and No to Nigerians"
Sunday - Nov 3, 2013
PANJIM: The Catholic community in Goa observed All Souls Day, spending a day or more intermittently in prayer, remembering their dear departed ones, as part of a long-time tradition. Devout Catholics attended Eucharistic service in the church on Friday, which is observed as All Saints Day. On Saturday morning, all churches held masses in the cemeteries as well as churches
Sunday - Nov 3, 2013
PANJIM: RTI activist and GPCC spokesperson Sudip Tamankar has written to governor B V Wanchoo to dismiss the BJP government for failing to maintain law and order on Thursday. Tamankar, who was arrested and bailed out recently for alleged misconduct with an undersecretary of law in connection with an RTI matter, also slammed the government for arresting him on false charges
Sunday - Nov 3, 2013
PANJIM: Porvorim police have registered two cases against 200 to 250 unidentified persons. One case is in connection with an attempt to murder two Nigerian nationals and the second with blocking of NH 17. No arrests have been made in the cases. Filing a case on behalf of the state, Porvorim police have registered it for unlawful assembly, rioting armed with deadly weapons
Sunday - Nov 3, 2013
PANJIM: Police have booked two separate cases of attempts to murder and rioting against Nigerians in Parra and Porvorim in connection with Thursday's clashes between Nigerians and locals. The 52 Nigerians arrested have been sent to 14 days judicial custody. Porvorim police have booked all 52 arrested Nigerians for attempts to murder police personnel and for rioting
Saturday - Nov 2, 2013
PANJIM: Will Thursday’s ugly incident involving Nigerian nationals have any negative impact on the tourism season? Just as the tourism season kicks off, yesterday’s acts of brutality and violence in the coastal belt of North Goa has the tourism ministry in the State worried. It is now keeping its fingers crossed and praying that the incident will not have any bearing on the charter- cum- foreign tourist
Saturday - Nov 2, 2013
PANJIM: While the Goa police gave a poor account of their handling of yesterday’s clash between police- locals and Nigerians, personnel of the India Reserve Battalion, which is a paramilitary force well- trained in handling mobs, were conspicuous by their absence. The reason: They were reportedly wasted on guard duty at some of the politicians’ and senior police officers’ houses
Saturday - Nov 2, 2013
PANJIM: Adv. Aires Rodrigues has today filed an F.I.R at the Porvorim Police Station against Goa’s Tourism Minister Dilip Parulekar in connection with the 599 sq mts of prime land on the CHOGM road at Porvorim alleged to have been fraudulently and illegally grabbed by Dilip Parulekar.
Thursday - Oct 31, 2013
PANJIM: Following the murder of a Nigerian national at Parra and the ensuing riots at Porvorim on Thursday, chief minister Manohar Parrikar assured an immediate crackdown and deportation of foreigners staying illegally in Goa. Briefing the media in the evening, Parrikar, who is also the home minister, said the incident has served as a trigger for a major crackdown on illegal
Thursday - Oct 31, 2013
PANJIM: A bench of the Supreme Court comprising of Justice K.S. Radhakrishnan and Justice A.K.Sikri will on Friday 1st November take up for final hearing the Special Leave Petition filed by Adv. Aires Rodrigues against Goa’s then Health Minister Mr. Vishwajit Rane in the threat to kill case. In his petition before the Supreme Court, Adv. Aires Rodrigues has challenged
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