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Friday - Oct 4, 2013
GOA: We celebrate the feast of St Francis of Assisi on October 4 every year. The figure of Francis of Assisi (1181-1226) has always captured the imagination of people from all walks of life: Christians and Muslims, royalty and prime ministers, rich and poor, intellectuals and workers, philosophers and theologians, poets and novelists, artists and filmmakers, historians and sociologists, peacemakers and environmentalists
Friday - Oct 4, 2013
OLD GOA: Leaders cutting across party lines have criticised statements attributed to a senior police official regarding the legalisation of prostitution in the State. Denouncing such statements as derogatory, leaders from three major parties unanimously insisted that prostitution should never be legalized in the State. Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar sought to distance himself from
Friday - Oct 4, 2013
PANJIM: Nationalist Congress party (NCP) has criticized the Goa Konkani Akademi (GKA) for opposing a separate award for works in Romi (Roman) Konkani given by Kala Academy and has called for chief minister Manohar Parrikar's intervention in the matter
15 DAY DEADLINE TO GOVT BY MAINA CURTORIM VILLAGES
Thursday - Oct 3, 2013
CURTORIM: The villagers of Maina Curtorim have given a 15-day deadline to the government to solve the garbage issue, as they have alleged that the Ramnagri housing society in Sao Jose de Areal has been dumping garbage haphazardly and of late has started dumping garbage in their panchayat area. The Ramnagri
Thursday - Oct 3, 2013
PANJIM: Even as the Supreme Court is hearing the Goa illegal mining case thrice a week, the Congress lost no opportunity at a press conference Wednesday to ‘ curse’ the Manohar Parrikarled coalition for stopping mining activities. “It is so unfortunate that this subject ( mining) is lingering… Once again, I curse this government which was the architect in stopping mining,” MP Francisco Sardinha said
Thursday - Oct 3, 2013
PANJIM: At the on-going summary revision of Goa's electoral rolls, 2,200 voter names have been deleted from the state's electoral records as these Goans have acquired citizenships in other countries. Joint chief electoral officer at Goa office of the chief election commission Narayan Navti, said that the number has gone up over the last couple of years. "Over the last one year, 2,200 persons
Thursday - Oct 3, 2013
PANJIM: Panaji: Goa government has towed away the casino ship of a firm belonging to former Haryana Minister Gopal Kanda, accused of abetting suicide of an ex-airhostess, for failing to pay Rs 12 crore fees to authorities. State Ports department recently shifted the ship from Mandovi River near Panaji to South Goa in a yard, after officially confiscating it for failure to pay fees of Rs 12 crore to the state government
Thursday - Oct 3, 2013
PANJIM: The first chief secretary of Madhya Pradesh was Ron Noronha, a Goan. Fifty years later another Goan, Anthony de Sa, has assumed charge of the top post in MP administration. Noronha had also served as the first civilian administrator of Goa after its liberation. Speaking from Bhopal de Sa said, "In a democracy the bureaucracy does not have separate priorities, but the priorities
Thursday - Oct 3, 2013
BICHOLIM: Tension prevailed in Maulinguem village on the state's border with Maharashtra, as a discussion over a property matter sparked off heated arguments between the stakeholders. The heirs of the local landlord, late Babasaheb Rane, had called some villagers from a ward for discussion to settle a property dispute
Thursday - Oct 3, 2013
CANSAULIM: Members of a garbage committee and the Cansaulim-Arossim-Cuelim action committee, on Wednesday, traced the garbage dumping grounds of a hotel in the village during a clean-up drive after a special village gram sabha session. Items including hotel's stationery of paper files with the hotel letterheads, menu cards, toll naka coupons, tissue papers, used sugar
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