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Wednesday, June 28, 2017
Thursday - May 30, 2013
PANJIM: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) vice president Smriti Irani said on Wednesday she would take up with the Goa government the case of a minor rape victim, who is awaiting justice for the last four months as the accused is yet to be arrested. "I will enquire about it and find out the status (of the case)," Irani said while responding to a question as to why the BJP government
Wednesday - May 29, 2013
PANJIM: Goa government has filed a case with Lokayukta for irregularities in job recruitments in the state allegedly involving former agriculture and health minister Vishwajit Rane. A senior government official said that three cases, two related to job recruitments in agriculture and health departments, have been filed with Lokayukta. "Rane has been named as an accused in the entire (job recruitment)
Wednesday - May 29, 2013
MARGAO: Police are yet to identify the accused in the case of the alleged rape of the 13-year-old girl in Margao. Police investigations have now revealed that the girl was taken to a place near Azad Nagar in Margao, by a rickshaw, where she was raped. Interrogation of the victim by the police revealed that it was not the rickshaw driver, as earlier believed, but the person who had hired
Wednesday - May 29, 2013
PANJIM: The AamAuratAdmi Against Gambling (AAAAG) has decided to hold a one-day dharna outside the Captain of Port's office on Goa's statehood day, May 30, to protest the government decision to allow entry of casino Horseshoe in the river Mandovi. AAAAG held a meeting in Panjim on Tuesday condemning the state's decision to allow a new casino in the river.
Wednesday - May 29, 2013
PANJIM: The Aam Aurat Admi Against Gambling (AAAAG) has strongly condemned the government for the proliferation of casinos in river Mandovi and demanded immediate removal of all casino vessels from the river. AAAAG convenor Sabina Martins said that the purchase of huge land, properties, helipad and the jetty being built by the government on the riverfront and Goa
Tuesday - May 28, 2013
PANJIM: Adv. Aires Rodrigues has today demanded that the process currently initiated by the Goa Government to fill the posts of Chief Information Commissioner (CIC) and State Information Commissioner (SIC) should be strictly in accordance with law and in a very transparent manner. Accusing Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar of accommodating his friends and family
Tuesday - May 28, 2013
PANJIM: While Delta Corporation Limited has applied for change in licences of Casino Kings to Casino Horseshoe; NGO's have criticized chief minister Manohar Parrikar for allowing a new casino vessel in the River Mandovi. The Aam Aurat Admi Against Gambling (AAAAG) on Monday strongly condemned the government for proliferation of Casinos in the Mandovi river
Tuesday - May 28, 2013
PANJIM: Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar on Monday vowed to eliminate offshore casinos from the state's waterfronts before he completes his tenure, in four years. "By the time I complete four years, there will be no casino boat in Goa's waters," Parrikar said, adding that he might require one more year to complete get them out if there are any licencing obligations.
Monday - May 27, 2013
PANJIM: Sesa Goa Limited is always focused on restoration and reclamation of mining land as a part of its sustainable development approach in its operations and community initiatives. Sesa has been in the forefront in introducing new techniques of mine land reclamation. This year, Sesa Goa introduced a new hybrid variety of coconut, the Deejay, which offers unique benefits
Monday - May 27, 2013
PANAJI: While the department of health services has succeeded in controlling the spread of malaria to a large extent in the state during the last three years, its aim to bring down the number of cases to a negligible level remains a distant dream. Its aggressive drive and regular screening of people, has not helped to contain the spread of malaria beyond a certain point due to continuous flow of migrant labourers
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