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Monday - Oct 7, 2013
MARGAO: The gram sabha of the Colva village panchayat held on Sunday failed to discuss the controversial issue of the proposed playground, after sarpanch Snowkon Gonsalves adjourned the meeting no sooner the issue came up for discussion. Trouble began when the panchayat secretary who attempted to read out the minutes of the last gram sabha found the handwritten
Monday - Oct 7, 2013
PANJIM: The Mapusa-based advocate and notary whose notarial services had been suspended last month has been reinstated. Official sources said that notary Domick B Nazareth had been temporarily placed under suspension from carrying out notarial work on the grounds that the certificate of practice and chart of fees was not found exhibited in the chamber which is mandatory
GOA CM NEEDS TO SACK TAINTED TOURISM MINISTER DILIP PARULEKAR by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Oct 7, 2013
On 7th October, Our Chief Minister Mr. Manohar Parrikar will conduct the long overdue re-look at his Cabinet. It is imperative that the now tainted Tourism Minister Dilip Parulekar is axed. A person who has fraudulently grabbed 599 sq mts of public land cannot be allowed to continue as a Minister. He has forfeited that right
Monday - Oct 7, 2013
GOA: Two seemingly disparate reports released earlier this week, converge in pointing to a troubling new direction with important implications for Goa's future. First came then-chief economic advisor (now RBI governor), Raghuram Rajan's development survey according to a new methodology, 'Multi-Dimensional Index' (MDI). It listed Goa among the most developed states in the country
PARRIKAR WANTS TO HOLD ALL THE MAJOR PORTFOLIOS FOR HIMSELF
Sunday - Oct 6, 2013
PANJIM: The first reshuffle of portfolios, coming up after 19 months since the BJP led government came to power in the state, is expected to strip at least two to three ministers of their major portfolios. However Parrikar is unwilling to let go any of the major portfolios that he is holding himself. Manohar
Sunday - Oct 6, 2013
PANJIM: A Division bench of the Bombay High Court at Goa comprising of Justice N.H.Patil and Justice F.M.Reis will on Monday 7th October at 2.30 pm continue with the further hearing on the petition filed by Adv. Aires Rodrigues challenging Goa government’s selection and appointment of Leena Mehendale as the Chief Information Commissioner (CIC)
Sunday - Oct 6, 2013
PANJIM: It's official. One in every four houses in Goa is vacant. Data in Census 2011 shows 1.25 lakh homes in the state are unoccupied-a jump of close to 50,000 since Census 2001. While over 72,000 of these houses are in north Goa, the figure is nearly 20,000 lower in south Goa. The numbers could well be higher as the data collection began in April 2010. The data reveals that
Sunday - Oct 6, 2013
PANJIM: The high court of Bombay at Goa has rejected the bail applications filed by four accused, who were arrested by the police for allegedly causing damage to the property of LPK Waterfront Night Club at Nerul in August. Umesh Pujari, Parimal Gurudas Pandit, Rupesh Gadekar and Domnic Nazareth had approached the high court seeking their release
Saturday - Oct 5, 2013
premises in the village. Villagers suspect that the Nigerians are involved in the illegal narcotics drug trade and other criminal activities. "It's scary. They've started staying in Siolim now because it's close to Anjuna, Calangute and also to Morjim and the Pernem coastal belt. People have built huge residential complexes in Siolim and just so that they can get some rent,
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
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