Friday , 16 November 2018

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TCP dept slow, needs to upgrade: Vijai

TCP Minister Vijai Sardesai has once again reiterated that the controversy over RP 2021 is because large sections of the masses have been misled.Vijai also took on his own department arguing that it had failed to keep up the times.He also acknowledged that government has failed to make people aware of certain issues.TCP Minister Vijai Sardesai has blamed his own ... Read More »

Rs 48 lakh missing from Calangute panchayat coffers; FIR filed

Rs. 49.16 lakh has gone missing from Calangute panchayat coffers. The newly elected body which recently took over had appointed a CA to audit the accounts.The panchayat has registered a complaint & has written to the director of panchayats to conduct an inquiry into the alleged scam.The FIR was filed by panchayat secretary Raghuvir Bhagkar with the Calangute police. Please ... Read More »

Mining Ban: Vijai pitches for ordinance route

Central Government should come out with an ordinance to restart mining in the state, TCP Minister Vijai Sardesai said on Thursday.Vijai is part of the Cabinet Advisory Committee appointed by Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar to guide the cabinet till he returns to the state.He was addressing media during a public event at Mayem. Please like & share: Read More »

I am being targetted: Kenneth

Kenneth Silveira the man who was arrested last Wednesday and then released for a post on the Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar is now out and alleged that government is targeting him.And he was arrested to defame him and on orders of higher-ups. On 18th April he was arrested for allegedly claiming on Facebook that the chief minister Manohar Parrikar was ... Read More »

Formento workers upset over retrenchments; allege bias

After Sesa and Chowgule now Fomento has terminated workers from the mining business.The company says that they have been compensated. But workers say it is a nothing.They also prefer their jobs back instead of this compensation they say.Workers have threatened to agitate with their families in front of the company door if they are not taken back. Please like & ... Read More »

App-taxis profitable; but taxi owners should run it, not Govt: George

App-based taxi service and meters will benefit the taxi operators more than the present system.But this app should not be run by the government.The taxi operators should form their own cooperative and run it. And government should come down heavily on illegal taxi business.This is the suggestion of Goa’s former president of Taxi Operators’ Association George Fernandes. Please like & ... Read More »

Minister, traders meet: Online licenses, fee rollback on the anvil

The Urban development Minister Francisco D’ Souza directed the Corporation of the City of Panaji to work out mechanism to place the Trade licenses renewals online and try and reduce their taxes.This is likely to take a couple of months to become operational. Please like & share: Read More »

Govt may not file review petition on mining, Cong calls it betrayal

Goa government may not go with a review petition before Supreme Court on the mining issue. Because legal experts have advised the government it would not garner any result.The Congress said that the government had gone back on its promise of filing a review petition on the premise that that legal opinion obtained had said that the petition did not ... Read More »

Fr Bismarque will finally be buried; Is there more truth to come out?

The Fr Bismarque saga could finally end. But whether the truth will ever be unravelled is a million dollar question.Now the family has decided that they will bury the social worker who died under suspicious circumstances once the radiology and other test results are handed over to them. Please like & share: Read More »

Petrol, Diesel, LPG at all-time high, Oppn blames Govt

With global crude prices going up petrol & diesel prices are at all-time high. Prices in the state and the rest of the country have been raised for the fifth consecutive day. It was in 2012, that the BJP-led government of Manohar Parrikar had slashed VAT to 0.1 percent as part of a promise made in the party’s election manifesto. ... Read More »