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Tuesday - Apr 26, 2016
Panjim: The Goa Human Rights Commission (GHRC) will on April 27th hear final arguments on the complaint filed by a retired Goan NRI Francis de Souza who was dispossessed of his house in Siolim by a Mumbai based gang. The 73 year old Francis de Souza represented by Adv. Aires Rodrigues filed a petition before the GHRC as the Police have been dragging their feet in taking
Monday - Apr 25, 2016
Margao: Demanding the immediate scrapping of the draft Regional Plan (RP) 2021 that is expected to be notified by the state government soon Goans for Sustainable Development, a citizens' group, on Friday cautioned that if the government continues to avoid fulfilling its pre-election promise of scrapping the RP and drafting a new one, the electorate will be left with no option
Monday - Apr 25, 2016
Panjim: The state government has decided to approach the Supreme Court through the ministry of environment, forest and climate change (MoEFCC) to seek relaxation in criteria for identifying private forests in the state. As per the criteria adopted in identifying a 'forest', the area should have 75% of tree composition of forestry species, should be contiguous to the government
Monday - Apr 25, 2016
Vasco: The Cansaulim- Arossim- Cuelim gram sabha has unanimously passed a resolution to demand the immediate suspension of panchayat secretary Pradeep Tamankar and a departmental inquiry into the lapses during his tenure. The gram sabha also resolved to condemn the “ irresponsible” behavior of Sarpanch Filomena D’Mello, Deputy Sarpanch Jose Marie Furtado
Friday - Apr 22, 2016
Margao: An abandoned pontoon 'Bhageerath' which has been grounded at the Arossim beach, South Goa, for four days now, has become a cause of concern for local fishermen. The Captain of Ports (CoP) was attempting to organise Tow vessels to move the grounded dumb barge, which has infuriated fishermen and locals alike, who raised apprehensions of another River Princess-type disaster
Friday - Apr 22, 2016
Vasco: The grounded pontoon at Arossim beach has triggered anger among the villagers as well as the local civic forum. From the removal of the pontoon to issuing of permission, the villagers are highlighting the illegalities to ensure that the culprits are taken to task
Thursday - Apr 21, 2016
Panjim: Over 17 years, Sr Mary Jane Pinto and the prison ministry have brought a touch of compassion, love and sense of purpose in inmates' lives. As a result, depression, violence and hatred no longer reign supreme in prisons in the state. At 74, paying little heed to her aching bones, Mary Jane insists on interacting with the inmates "no matter how low they have sunk and
Illegal Iron Ore Transportation Is Taking Place From Caurem Village
Thursday - Apr 21, 2016
Caurem: Villagers of Caurem held Dharna at Azad Moidan, Panjim yesterday on 18.04.2016. A delegation of Caurem villagers also met the Director of Mines & Geology Shri. Prasanna Acharya and explained about the illegal Iron ore transportation that is taking place from the village and requested him to seize the unaccounted ore which is not on official record
Thursday - Apr 21, 2016
Panjim: Goa chief minister Laxmikant Parsekar is still at the receiving end for the comments he made comparing 'casinos' to 'pregnant women'. He had come under strong criticism from different quarters for 'demeaning womanhood' and the latest one to pick on his case is the NGO Bailancho Ekvott. Auda Viegas of Bailancho Ekvott has come down severely on Parsecar
Goan Welfare Association To Host 16th May Queen Ball On May 5
Thursday - Apr 21, 2016
Doha: Goan Welfare Association in collaboration with Link Marketing is gearing up for its 16th Annual May Queen Ball that is scheduled for May 5, at the Radisson Blu Doha Hotel from 7.30 pm onwards. The highlight of the event will be crowning of the 16th May Queen by popular Bollywood celebrities
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