Saturday , 20 October 2018

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Death for Child rapists, Cabinet approves ordinance

The cabinet has given approval to the promulgation of the Criminal Law Ordinance, 2018.As India seethes with anger over several rape cases that have come to light in past week, A four-month-old infact was brutally raped and murdered in Indore. Please like & share: Read More »

When will Ponda Market get a facelift?

From past several years, the locals of Ponda have been promised a facelift of their market but till date, there has been no progress on the ground.As the town faces municipal poll on April 29th will the new elected civic body make a difference this time? Please like & share: Read More »

Warning of the rough sea: Fishing trawlers stay put

Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services has issued warning that the sea off Goa ’s coast line will be rough on Saturday and Sunday.Small fishing vessels and pleasure craft are advised not to venture into the sea. The advisory says that the sea could become rough intermittently from 21st April and continue till the 21st of April.The advisory warns ... Read More »

Only GMC will transplant organs, cancer OPD from Wed: Vishwajeet

Health Minister Vishwajeet Rane said Goa Medical College will be the only institution to transplant organs from now on.The GMC has also decided to set up its own department of oncology for cancer patients. Meanwhile, it starting OPD for cancer patients in the GMC, in association with KLE’s hospital in Belgaum it will start from Wednesday. Please like & share: Read More »

Not we; BJP MLAs are trying to destabilise the Govt: Cong

The opposition Congress has thrown a bombshell on the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party.It says those who are trying to destabilize the government are neither the opposition nor the coalition partners. They are their own BJP MLAs who are not happy with the present government led by Manohar Parrikar. Please like & share: Read More »

Kenneth bailed out in FB post case, activists protest in Panaji

The arrest of budding politician Kenneth Silveira has raised a furor. Some welcome it and some say it is a fascist decision.On Friday Kenneth’s social activists protested in Panaji against this arrest.They met the DGP & argued that it’s not a major crime. In the meantime Kenneth was granted a bail by the JMFC, Panaji. Please like & share: Read More »

BJP admits attempt to destabilise Parrikar Govt, condemns Opposition

The Bharatiya Janata Party has finally admitted that attempts are going on to destabilise the coalition government.And obviously, it has condemned the opposition for creating tension when Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar is not in town.It has also announced that Parrikar will be back in May while party’s national president Amit Shah is also visiting Goa on 13th of May. Please ... Read More »

Re-train cops to tackle sexual-abuse cases: Maneka Gandhi

Union Minister for Women and Child Development Maneka Gandhi has written to all Chief minister to make sure that cases related to sexual offences against women & children are completed “as per the timelines of law” for speedy justice to the victims and their families. Please like & share: Read More »

WISL workers refuse to vacate yard till their dues settled

The workers union of Western Indian Shipyard Limited has threatened not to leave the WISL premises until their pending dues are settled.They have also threatened to commit suicide if MPT forces them to vacate the yard.Union leader Ajit Singh Rane addressed media after WISL union leaders met MPT chairman I Jeyakumar at MPT administration office. Please like & share: Read More »

HC orders X-ray of Fr Bismarque’s body, will the case reopen?

The controversial case of the death of social activist Fr Bismarque Dias took a dramatic turn on Tuesday.While the police closed the case as accidental drowning, the Mumbai high court at Panaji has ordered to conduct X ray of the full body.The findings of this report would decide whether the case should be reopened once again for further investigation. Please ... Read More »