Monday , 25 March 2019

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Cong lists out series of corruption cases of BJP Govt in Panaji rally

For the first time since BJP government came to power in Goa, the opposition Congress held a huge rally in Panaji, listing out cases of corruption by the BJP-led coalition government. Calling it Jagor Against Corruption, Congress leaders said this anti-corruption campaign would be intensified further. Please like & share: Read More »

TCP meeting postponed amidst speculations of fate of Calangute, Candolim

The much awaited TCP board meeting which was scheduled for Wednesday has been postponed. Date for the new meeting is not yet been finalized.This meeting is very crucial as it was supposed to discuss the fate of Calangute and Candolim viz a viz the PDA. Please like & share: Read More »

GSL work causing damage to buildings: Vaddem residents

Residents of Vaddem in Vasco have complained to Vasco Police and Mormugao Municipal Council that the construction work being carried out by Goa Shipyard Limited has damaged their residences.They allege that their complaints to the police have fallen on deaf ears.In sharp contrast when GSL complained to the police against locals, a posse of police was posted near the construction ... Read More »

Cong alleges Parrikar is directly involved in 132-crore SEZ interest-scam

The Congress has now come out with more documentary evidence to justify how paying interest of 123 crore rupees to the SEZ promoters is a scandal. And chief minister Manohar Parrikar is directly involved in it.According to the Congress, the decision was taken by the IDC by reversing its own guidelines. Please like & share: Read More »

Cong alleged scam in Alvaro land regularization, sale

The Congress has demanded a white paper on how much of alvaro lands are being sought to be regularized and how much money is come in after the recent amendment by the BJP led government allowing these lands to be sold Congress alleges that these lands are being sold to outsiders, and calls it a scam.It says it will protest ... Read More »

Formalin issue: Foreign agency initiative comes under attack

Social activist Tara Kerkar says that the decision to appoint an international agency was a conspiracy to protect fish mafia.The Congress also attacked the FDA registration process pokimg holes int their submitted turnovers.She has demanded to stop export of Goan fish and increase subsidy being given if needed. Please like & share: Read More »

Vijay trying barter system, drop Vinod as a minister & get better portfolios: Cong

Congress has made a public allegation that Goa Forward minister Vijai Sardesai is trying to drop his own minister Vinod Palayekar to accommodate a minister from the BJP.Calling this act anti-Bahujan Samaj, the opposition party has also made it clear that Congress will neither form alternate government with Vijai nor welcome him back into Congress. Please like & share: Read More »

Clash between friends turns into an attempt to murder

Over heated argument between two friends, one friend tried to kill other with rod in Madgao.Yes on Saturday, one man was admitted to Goa Medical College and Hospital after he was brutally hit by his friend. Please like & share: Read More »

Salvador do Mundo Sarpanch denies he assaulted a lawyer

Porvorim Rising has refuted all the allegations made by Porvorim Citizens Forum on Salvador-Do-Mundo Sarpanch Sandeep Salgaonkar.Porvorim citizen’s forum had earlier accused Salvador-Do-Mundo Sarpanch for assaulting an advocate.Forum had said a villager John Menezes had raised the issue of illegal constructions in panchayat jurisdiction. Please like & share: Read More »

Michael blasts Parrikar Govt, offers to quit, predicts mid-term poll

After the cabinet reshuffle, Mapusa councilors spoke against dropping Francisco D’Souza.Sarpanchas of Aldona spoke for not inducting Glenn Ticlo in the cabinet.And now BJP’s Calangute MLA Michael Lobo has spoken for himself.He has literally blasted ailing chief minister Manohar Parrikar, for not filling 3000 government vacancies. Please like & share: Read More »