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Govt recovers Rs 25 crore from bogus beneficiaries of schemes

It could be a major scam with indications showing that public money has been literally going down the proverbial drain.So far twenty-five crore rupees has already been recovered from the bogus beneficiaries availing the scheme of the Social Welfare Department. The government has promised that still more recoveries would be done. Please like & share: Read More »

Calconda desecration case: final order on 12th Dec

Hearing in another case of desecrations involving Francis Pereira was held on Tuesday. The Final hearing will be held on 12th of this month.Meanwhile Kavish Gosavi who was earlier acquitted by the Court has also now questioned the investigation process of the Police. Please like & share: Read More »

BJP-Cong Dhiryo over stray cattle, arrest of Sarpanch demanded

Politicians don’t require larger issues to fight their petty battles. In Tivim, former BJP MLA Kiran Kandolkar has made the issue of stray cattle to hit out at sitting Congress MLA Nilkanth Halarnkar.Since the local panchayat is with the Congress, the BJP leader has even called the sarpanch and his panchas ‘goondas’. And he wants them to be arrested. Please ... Read More »

Fatorpa locals threaten to hold rasta roko over bridge issue

Goa government boasts of good infrastructure and new bridges connecting major towns.However, the rural infrastructure is a huge matter of concern in the state.A small bridge in Fatorpa is in a dilapidated state and the locals have threatened to hold rasta roko if the issue is not addressed within one week. Please like & share: Read More »

Will Govt recommend mercy to the police officer for custody death?

After 23 years, Supreme Court has finally punished two policemen, who had killed goonda of Madgao, Abdul Gaffer, in the police custody.But a new controversy has arisen even after the final verdict.Retired police inspector Sebestian Cairo has petitioned the Goa government for mercy. Please like & share: Read More »

Mauvin should apologise for degrading Gram Sabhas: Cong

The Congress party has demanded that the panchayat minister should apologise to the people for stating that the resolutions passed at gram sabhas have no bearing on the government. Panchayats Minister Mauvin Godinho had recently said that the resolutions passed by the gram sabhas have no bearing on the government. Please like & share: Read More »

Baina-Panaji ferry to start from Fri

Ferry operations from Baina to Panaji would start on Friday. The boat would also travel to Badga, Fort Aguada in Sinquerim and Old Goa. It would also pick up passengers from Dabolim air port to the Baina jetty and dropped at these points. There would be two such ferries daily. Please like & share: Read More »

Aires appears before Anjuna police, Palayekar denies hand

The accused in the defamation and outraging of modesty case social activist Aires Rodrigues appeared before the Anjuna police station on Thursday morning.Aires claimed that the case was an act of political vendetta while the person in the centre of the whole controversy Fisheries Minister Vinoda Paliencar rubbished the whole issue saying he did not have time to dwell on ... Read More »

GFDO warns of exposing Mopa scam if airport is not withdrawn

Goans for Dabolim Only has threatened to expose the scam related to Mopa airport if the project is not scrapped. The organization has also charged that demolishing homes of villagers living on the Mopa plateau is completely illegal. These houses are not included in the master plan of the proposed greenfield airport. Please like & share: Read More »