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Saturday - Oct 12, 2013
CALANGUTE: A history-sheeter couple from Udupi, with crimes including break-ins to their names in Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Andhra Pradesh, have been arrested by Calangute police for breaking into the house of Adolph D'Souza in Saligao on September 13. On October 3, alert neighbours caught and handed over to the police Nagaraj alias Gopal Shetty as he tried to break
Friday - Oct 11, 2013
PORVORIM: The opposition on Thursday put the government on the mat over the issue of the government allowing large casino vessels in the river Mandovi. Responding, during question hour, chief minister Manohar Parrikar, who is also the home minister, said all casino vessels would be out of river Mandovi within two years, failing which their licenses would not be renewed
Friday - Oct 11, 2013
PORVORIM: While five persons accused in the vandalism of the LPK waterfront nightclub are already in judicial custody, four are absconding and the government will leave no stone unturned to bring them to justice, chief minister Manohar Parrikar told the Goa legislative assembly on Thursday. Replying to a starred question by Fatorda MLA Vijai Sardesai on crimes by masked men
Friday - Oct 11, 2013
PANJIM: One hundred and eighty two molestation cases, 71 drug cases and 441 assault cases were registered during 17 months since the BJP-run coalition government took over in the state. The cases were booked between April 2012 and September 20, 2013. Of the 182 molestation cases, 116 cases were booked in North Goa, 61 in the south, four at the women's police station
Friday - Oct 11, 2013
PANJIM: From April to September 20, 2013, 46 rape cases were registered in the state. Home department statistics revealed that of the 46 rape cases, 20 were reported within three days of the occurrence of offence, 20 were reported within four days to six months of the occurrence of offence and six cases were reported after a period of six months and above, up to two years of the
Friday - Oct 11, 2013
PANJIM: Goa earned Rs.189 crore from offshore casinos over the last three years, Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar told the legislative assembly Thursday. The biggest contributors to the state government kitty are the offshore casinos run by Highstreet Cruises and Entertainment Private Limited, operated by a business group promoted by casino tycoon Jaydev Mody.
Friday - Oct 11, 2013
PANJIM: Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar on Thursday admitted on the floor of the House that the coastal state was being used as a "resting place" by unwanted elements. Parrikar was responding to a question related to recent revelation that Indian Mujahideen co-founder Yasin Bhatkal had lived in Goa during 2011-12, which went unnoticed by state police. "I agree that Goa is
Friday - Oct 11, 2013
PANJIM: A ship that was stranded at Goa's beach for over 12 years caused erosion of 5,000 squarHe metres resulting in a loss of around Rs 21 crore, according to a CAG report tabled in the state Assembly on Thursday. The grounding of MV River Princess, charted by M/s Salgaoncar Mining Industries Limited, at Sinquerim beach since June 2000 affected the coastline upto Calangute
CM PARRIKAR: GOA IS A RESTING PLACE FOR ALL UNWANTED ELEMENTS, TERRORISTS AND CRIMINALS
Friday - Oct 11, 2013
PANJIM: Goa is used as a "resting place" for unwanted elements and terrorists, Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar told the legislative assembly Thursday. The remark came as the assembly discussed the ease with which terror suspects Yasin Bhatkal and David Headley reconnoitered terror-targets in the tourist state
Thursday - Oct 10, 2013
PANJIM: A Public Interest Litigation petition has been today filed before the Bombay High Court at Goa by Adv. Aires Rodrigues seeking directions that the 599 sq mts of prime land on the Chogm road at Porvorim alleged to have been fraudulently and illegally grabbed by Tourism Minister Dilip Parulekar be immediately restored back to the Communidade of Serula
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