Wednesday , 24 April 2019

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Did Vijai compared Parrikar to Jesus, or misquoted?

There in an uproar in public and social media, claiming that Goa Forward minister Vijai Sardesai compared chief minister Manohar Parrikar with Jesus Christ.Congress even had a press conference on it on Friday, alleging that Vijai is bringing religion into politics and comparing Parrikar to Lord Christ. Please like & share: Read More »

Mapusa traders seek nod for night market

Members of Mapusa Market Association met chairperson of Mapusa Municipal Council Ryan Braganza.Besides raising the issue of illegal vendors, they have proposed to start night market activity in the town and sought the nod of the chairperson. Please like & share: Read More »

No debate on IT Park, ask questions online: Rohan Khaunte

IT Minister Rohan Khaunte has refused to have a public debate on the issue of the IT park that is supposed to come up at Chimbel.Instead, he has asked the protesters to submit their queries on the web portal. Social activist Claude Alvares had challenged Rohan Khaunte to have open debate on IT park with the people and activists. Please ... Read More »

Traffic sentinel scheme to be reviewed, assures Dhavlikar

There was uproar in assembly session held on Thursday over traffic sentinels.Sections of the ruling as well as opposition forced the transport minister to agree to review the scheme. The traffic sentinel involved the public in policing.The app based scheme enabled the public to click the violations and send them to traffic police. Please like & share: Read More »

Budget is Parrikar’s surgical strike on Goans: Cong

Manohar Parrikar’s budget is without vision. Public debt is a matter of concern because market debt is almost 70 per cent.Taxes are not imposed today due to election, but will be hiked later.These are the observations made by GPCC President Girish Chodankar.Ramakant Khalap terms it as a surgical strike made on the people of Goa.Girish Chodankar doubts if ministers in ... Read More »

Parrikar leaves for check up at AIIMS

The chief minister Manhar Parrikar left for Delhi on Thursday evening.He will undergo a medical checkup at AIIMS.The chief minister attended the assembly session during the day.The chief minister had also presented the budget on Wednesday Please like & share: Read More »

Parrikar presents budget of revenue surplus, fiscal deficit

For the second consecutive year, Chief minister Manohar Parrikar presented the budget without a proper budget speech and spelling out his policies or schemes.With a 14 per cent rise in the budgetary expenditure, he presented a budget of 19 thousand five hundred crore rupees.The budget of revenue surplus and fiscal deficit. And without any taxation measures to mobilise additional resources.There ... Read More »

Citizens propose acceptable Cong candidates to defeat BJP in LS poll

The Lok Sabha election would primarily be fought between the BJP and the Congress in Goa.And time has come to elect a MP who is committed to the basic values of the Constitution.A section of citizens want all the parties, and especially the Congress, to field such common candidate acceptable to all.This was the demand made at an all-party meeting ... Read More »

Zero Hour: BJP MLA upset over noise pollution, marina policy

The Zero Hour in the legislative assembly on Wednesday saw various issues being raised by MLAs.There were some important calling attention motions that were brought up on this the second day of the session.Cortalim MLA Alina Saldanha alleged that the police officials have been misusing their powers as far as noise pollution is concerned as they have been acting against ... Read More »

Session of 7th Legislative Assembly begins amidst opposition walk out

Session of 7th Legislative Assembly begins amidst òpposition walk outHowever, the opposition MLAs were wearing black bands in protest over the Governor’s alleged partisan behaviour.The budget will be presented on Wednesday.The Chief Minister is expected to present the budget in the afternoon session. Please like & share: Read More »