Wednesday, July 26, 2017
DEAR GOANS & ALL READERS ------- Mr. Floriano Lobo is in ICU again after a bypass. He started bleeding so they pulled him back into OT at 2.30 am and opened him again to remove several clots. Meantime his BP and pulse was so low they had to revive him by electric shocks. His condition is still critical though he is better now. Blood arranged. 10 donors gave blood. He is out of danger now. Let's us pray for speedy recovery - Editor
Saturday - Aug 31, 2013
PANJIM: The hearing of the mining case of Goa is scheduled for 17 September 2013. Mining in Goa was banned after the Shah Commission submitted its report to the government. The supreme court of India thereafter slammed a total ban on mining in Goa
Saturday - Aug 31, 2013
PANJIM: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) accused Union Finance Minister P Chidambaram on Friday of supporting the cause of Goa mining only after the Centre realised that the ban on exports led to the fall of the rupee. "Union Finance Minister P Chidambaram realised that the economy of the country is in doldrums. It is time that the Finance Minister realised that exports
Saturday - Aug 31, 2013
PANJIM: The Goa government has begun a process of identifying rogue officials in the state-run industrial development corporation who had during the previous Congress rule allegedly allotted industrial plots to their relatives by misusing official powers. A sub-committee headed by Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar met this evening to chalk out a list of officials from the Industrial Development Corporation
Saturday - Aug 31, 2013
NEW DELHI: Government today opposed a resolution to provide special status to Goa for regulating the influx of foreigners and migrants to the state and protecting the economic and cultural interests of its citizens. The private member resolution, which was later withdrawn after the Government's reply, was moved by Shantaram Naik (Cong) from Goa
Friday - Aug 30, 2013
PANJIM: Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar who has been struggling to get the mining started in Goa has said that it would resume probably by November if the Supreme Court lifts the ban on mining in Goa imposed by it after the Shah Commission Report was handed over. Ever since he came to power, he changed his whole theme and approaches towards the mining over which he used
Friday - Aug 30, 2013
MARGAO: After pushing for land acquisition proposal during its rule, there’s a sudden change in stance over the airport issue by the Congress party. AICC General Secretary Luizinho Faleiro’s stand on the airport row questioning Mopa’s financial viability and feasibility for the next 20-30 years are all indications of the Congress party’s changing stance on the issue.
Friday - Aug 30, 2013
PANJIM: The Supreme Court is to be blamed for the current rupee crisis, Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar said on Thursday. Addressing a public meeting demanding resumption of mining operations, Parrikar said bans on mining in India and the subsequent ore export slump had resulted in the rupee's weakening against the dollar. "The Supreme Court is to be blamed for the rupee crisis
Friday - Aug 30, 2013
PANJIM: Panjim police are investigating the offshore casino angle in the recent crackdown on an alleged illegal dance bar in the city where four time Samajwadi party MLA Mahendra Kumar Singh was arrested. During the investigations, police have found that hotel owner Babu Baburajendra Prasad Ghanta, who is arrested in the raid, is a frequent casino visitor and that he used to get customers to his hotel from the casinos
Thursday - Aug 29, 2013
PANJIM: The high court of Bombay at Goa has held that the issue of citizenship of two MLAs and two police officers in the state is first required to be decided by a competent authority. The court disposed of a criminal writ petition seeking a direction to the police to register an FIR against them
Thursday - Aug 29, 2013
PANJIM: Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar on Thursday charged the Centre with adopting double standards towards solving the crisis arising out of current ban on the state mining industry. While Union Finance Minister P Chidambaram acknowledges the fact that the ban on mining has contributed to the economic meltdown, his own Cabinet colleagues are behaving differently
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