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12 candidates lock horns for 2 LS seats

Panaji: Twelve candidates, including four Independents, are in the fray for the two parliamentary constituencies in the state. As per the final list released by the office of the chief electoral officer, six candidates in each parliamentary seat are fighting the election. Please like & share: Read More »

Congress looks to form govt after May 23

Panaji: Expecting positive outcome of the April 23 bypolls to the Mandrem, Mapusa and Shiroda assembly constituencies, the Congress has been working to bring together regional parties to form government in Goa. Please like & share: Read More »

State has 11.35 lakh voters

Panaji: The office of the chief electoral officer on Monday said that final elector   count has been pegged at  11.35 lakh  in the state. These voters   will decide on April 23 the fate of the candidates contesting  the Lok Sabha elections and  the bypolls to three assembly segments. Please like & share: Read More »

‘EPIC applications of most casino staffers rejected’

Panaji: The office of the chief electoral officer on Monday said  the majority of  applications from  casino staffers for registering themselves as voters in the Porvorim constituency have been rejected as they failed to furnish required documents. Please like & share: Read More »

Kandolkar vows to create history for Congress in Mapusa

Q: How has been people’s response to your campaigning  in Mapusa?   Are  you facing  any problem as the  Congress candidate? I am  focusing  on door-to-door canvassing. I am happy that voters are welcoming me, and have assured me their support… I am not facing any problem as the Congress nominee.  In fact,  party workers and my supporters are accompanying me ... Read More »

Provide burial ground for all Muslims: GHRC to CCP

Panaji: Goa Human Rights Commission (GHRC) has directed the Corporation of City of Panaji (CCP) to allow burial of bodies of deceased Muslims from outside Panaji at St Inez kabrastan and complete the required land acquisition process for having a spacious burial ground. Please like & share: Read More »

Sawant: no need for taking up programme like ‘Mission Salcete’

Panaji: Chief Minister Pramod Sawant, on Monday, said that there is no need for the Bharatiya Janata Party to take up any programme like ‘Mission Salcete’ for attracting Catholic voters, as the BJP does not treat and consider literate and well-informed people from Salcete any different from others. Please like & share: Read More »