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Tuesday - Jul 23, 2013
MARGAO: Reaching out to people is an integral part of any democracy. And chief minister Manohar Parrikar may be doing well on this count if his frequent visits to Salcete are any indicators. But, what has made his Salcete rendezvous stand apart is that his visits are invariably embellished with grandiose assurances announced from public pulpits, every time he comes calling to the heartland of South Goa's politics.
Tuesday - Jul 23, 2013
PANJIM: Colem police on Monday filed a 325-page chargesheet before the Goa children's court, naming Merces resident Osban Lucas Fernandes, 28, and Sindhudurg resident Ramesh Tayaji Bagve, 42, in the murder of Sujata Nayak at Anmod and the attempt to murder her children.
Tuesday - Jul 23, 2013
OLD GOA: "Protect our livelihood" was the overwhelming feedback the archaeological survey of India (ASI) received on Monday as it met with stakeholders to discuss draft heritage bylaws to protect the World Heritage Site's churches and convents. Prepared by the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage way back in 2010, the bylaws were presented to Old Goa residents
Tuesday - Jul 23, 2013
PANJIM: Stray cattle ambling or squatting on the streets in Sancoale, Margao and Curchorem areas of South Goa were the first to be taken to the government farm at Calay as a private party engaged by the Corporation of the City of Panjim kicked off the scheme recently. "A total of 58 cattle, including 28 bulls and 30 cows were impounded within a fortnight in June 2013," a CCP source said.
Monday - Jul 22, 2013
PONDA: A 34-year-old man from Mardol was arrested on Sunday afternoon for allegedly molesting a 38-year-old woman from Marcela. The woman had lodged a complaint with Ponda police about the crime. Police arrested the alleged accused Amar Prabhu, who was then remanded by the Ponda JMFC to police custody for one day.
Monday - Jul 22, 2013
PANJIM: "If there are rats in the house, you shouldn't burn the entire house down," said chief minister Manohar Parrikar, pointing out that the Indian economy has lost out on business of over $25 billion due to the ban on mining in Goa and Karnataka. "The solution lies in flushing out the culprits-the people behind the mining violations and coal scams, and not in shutting down
GOANS WILL BECOME AN ALIENATED MICROSCOPIC MINORITY WITHIN THEIR OWN STATE
Sunday - Jul 21, 2013
GOA: “The apprehension is that Goans will become an alienated microscopic minority within their own state.” Politics apart, Goa Government’s worry in Memorandum on Special Status given by Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh five weeks ago is not quite unfounded.
Sunday - Jul 21, 2013
MARGAO: Alleging that the chief minister was sabotaging the Right to Information Act (RTI) to withhold information to protect Casinos in the state, Congress party spokesperson Reginaldo Lourenco said the administration is cheating the people of Goa by giving false and malicious replies to queries under the Act. "On May 29, we had asked the Captain of Ports for information under the RTI Act
Sunday - Jul 21, 2013
PANJIM: The farmers affected by the proposed Mopa airport project have hit out against alleged vested political interests behind the airport proposal and vowed not to part with their land. Addressing mediapersons, Sandeep Kambli, secretary of Mopa Vimantal Pidit Xetkari Samiti, criticized a rival group that is supporting the project and "fooling the people".
IMPROPER PLANNING IN VALPOI NEW PROJECTS
Sunday - Jul 21, 2013
VALPOI: Town planning takes a whole new definition in the kingdom of the Rane’s. While town planning in the rest of Goa isn’t really a subject of international awe and envy, in Valpoi, planning as a concept of daily living itself takes a new meaning. Look at this. In the name of development and planning a new market complex and fish market are being built/ rebuilt and guess where- exactly
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