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Saturday - Oct 5, 2013
MARGAO: Independent MLA Vijai Sardesai expressed concern about speculation that the government is trying to avoid legislative assembly questions (LAQ) that could embarrass them in the forthcoming assembly session. Addressing the media on Friday, Sardesai said, "I hope those who are trying to do so are better advised. The move of restricting the number of un-starred
Saturday - Oct 5, 2013
PANJIM: The state government in its affidavit filed before the National Green Tribunal (NGT) has requested the court to exempt Goa from the ban on sand extraction as an effective regulatory mechanism for sand removal has been put in place. The affidavit filed by science, technology and environment director Levinson Martins assured NGT that sand will be removed strictly in
Saturday - Oct 5, 2013
PANJIM: After chief minister Manohar Parrikar opposed a proposal for a tiger reserve in Madei wildlife sanctuary, forest minister Alina Saldanha chose the wildlife week to send across a message about the need to protect the big cat. "This year also saw the magnificent national animal, tiger marking its presence in the state. Let us therefore make every effort to preserve our wildlife
SC BAN IGNORED, HC DIRECTIONS IGNORED, CRZ ACT IGNORED BY GOA GOVT
Saturday - Oct 5, 2013
GOA: 21 months after SC Order in 2012, no mining leases identified, no EIA done | 59 boats granted licences in 2009, expired in 2010. 642 boats carry out operations illegally now | Licences given to operate boats, not extract sand If one expression sums up Goa’s thriving illegal sand mining, it is “no rules apply”. Check the shocking statistics, 59 boats have been granted licences
Saturday - Oct 5, 2013
PANJIM: Justice R.M.Savant of the Bombay High Court at Panjim has adjourned to 10th October hearing of the petition filed by Adv. Aires Rodrigues challenging the appointment of Senior Counsel Saresh Lotlikar to appear for the Anti Corruption branch in the corruption case against Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar. Adv. Aires Rodrigues in his petition before the High Court has challenged
Saturday - Oct 5, 2013
MARGAO: Goans for Dabolim Only on Friday said the people of Goa will be reluctantly compelled to assume that Mopa airport is a huge real estate scam pushed through by Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar and his government at the cost of Dabolim airport if the government does not release all the relevant information and justifications for the second airport at Mopa within one month
Saturday - Oct 5, 2013
PANJIM: Goa government has listed 122 properties owned by Pakistani nationals in the state and taken over their management while proposing to collect rent from their occupiers. The list, submitted to Union Ministry of Home Affairs by the state administration, has located 122 properties, categorised as 'enemy property', whose owners have Pakistani citizenship
SARDINHA AGREES TO BUILD WALLS FOR TWO MUSLIM SCHOOLS IN SALCETE
Friday - Oct 4, 2013
MARGAO: Following a plea from representatives of the Muslim community, South Goa MP Francisco Sardinha agreed to build a compound wall for two schools - one in Navelim and the other in Pajifond, Margao. The representatives, on Thursday, held a meeting with district collector N D Agrawal and Sardinha and also sought an update on various pending proposals.
Friday - Oct 4, 2013
PANJIM: The archdiocese of Goa and Daman has stated that Fr James Silva had requested to be relieved of his duties as the parish priest of Sanvordem church, and had not been forced to resign, as believed by the parishioners of the church. Responding to the demand of the parishioners for reinstatement of the priest, a statement issued by the diocesan centre for social
Friday - Oct 4, 2013
PANJIM: A solution to the long-standing and contentious issue of the medium of instruction (MoI) at the primary school-level seems further away as the state government's MoI committee held its first meeting on Thursday. "It was decided that the committee will begin its consultations after the state assembly sessions are scheduled to end," a source said. Sources termed
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