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Thursday - Aug 8, 2013
MARGAO: The craze among the people of Salcete taluka to seek Portuguese nationality is evident from the fact that 150 marriage certificates and teors are obtained from the office of civil registrar cum sub-registrar, Salcete every day. The civil registrar cum sub-registrar, Salcete, Suraj Vernekar informed that these two certificates are compulsorily used for the purpose of documentation
Wednesday - Aug 7, 2013
SWINDON: TWO men have been arrested on suspicion of unrelated sexual offences on buses in Swindon. Juliao Luis Pereira, 45, of High Street, Shrivenham, has been charged with sexual assault on a female and will appear at Swindon Magistrates’ Court on September 18. He has been released on bail.
Wednesday - Aug 7, 2013
SATARI: Residents of the Bondanwaddo hamlet in Satari area are waiting for a leopardess to take away her cub. The big cat had given birth to two cubs Monday at an abandoned stone crusher site in the hilly northern region of Satari. Hours after the mother leopard ferried one cub to a safe hideout in the forested hills late in the night, residents are waiting for her to take away the second one.
Tuesday - Aug 6, 2013
MARGAO: Valanka Alemao surpassed the odds stacked against her candidature by winning the state Youth Congress president polls to script a significant comeback after her defeat at the March 2012 assembly elections. Alemao, who went about her campaign with a guarded silence, aware of how her electoral battle to the same post had prematurely ended in 2011 when she was disqualified
Tuesday - Aug 6, 2013
PANJIM: The Supreme Court forest bench headed by Justice T S Thakur on Monday declined to hear the Goa mining case and directed that the matter be placed before the Chief Justice of the apex court for constitution of an approval bench at the earliest. State advocate general Atmaram Nadkarni was in SC appearing on behalf of the state when the petition filed by Goa Foundation came up for hearing
Tuesday - Aug 6, 2013
MARGAO: The axe will finally fall on the illegal structures atop the migrant-inhabited Monte Dongor. The South Goa Administrator of Comunidades, Sangeeta Naik on Monday ordered demolition of the illegal structures belonging to the 210 petitioners on land owned by the Aquem Comunidade and restoration of the land to its original condition. The Administrator has further directed
KONKAN RAILWAY DISMANTLES THE SKY-BUS TEST RACK
Tuesday - Aug 6, 2013
GOA: With the Konkan Railway deciding to dismantle the sky-bus test rack and sold it off as scrap, former Konkan Railway managing director and the inventor of the project said that with this decision India had lost the technology for a derailment-free railway. "Any other nation would have grabbed the opportunity to be a tough competitor in lucrative metro transport business. In fact it happened to be Prime Minister Malaysia who wrote a personally addressed letter to our respected PM in 2007
Monday - Aug 5, 2013
PANJIM: Arguments commenced today before the Bombay High Court at Panjim on 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. Justice R.C.Chavan today adjourned the further arguments to
Monday - Aug 5, 2013
PANJIM: Aggressive use of the Right to Information (RTI) Act led to his exoneration in a graft case being probed by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar said. Making a Facebook update late Sunday, Parrikar also dismissed allegations of local RTI activists who said he had tried to scuttle the act in Goa. "Conspiracy, if any, to defame the Government
Monday - Aug 5, 2013
PANJIM: Frequent instances of food poisoning through mid-day meal schemes in Goa were due to lack of coordination among departments, Congress on Monday charged. The non-coordination between state education department and food and drugs administration has led to such instances affecting the school students, Goa Pradesh Congress Committee working president Francis Sardinha told reporters here.
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