BY SHAIKH JAMALUDDIN | NT NETWORK
PANAJI: The chairperson of Goa State Commission for Women, Ms Ezilda Sapeco and a member of the commission, Ms Beena Shantaram Naik have said that domestic violence against women is prevalent in all strata of Goan society, despite the existence of the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005.
PANAJI: Following marked improvement in the supply of power after good rainfall in various parts of the country that supply power to the state, the state government has decided to lift a ban on giving power connections to the industry and commercial houses above 50 horsepower.Read More »
PANAJI: Around 10,000 workers from various government, semi government and private organisations will participate in a rally from the KTC bus stand in the city to the Customs House, on September 7, at 9 a.m.Read More »
PANAJI: The Governor, Dr S S Sidhu, has extended warm greetings to the teaching community in Goa. The Governor in his message says, “On the occasion of the Teachers’ Day, I convey my warm greetings and best wishes to all members of the teaching community in Goa.”Read More »
MAPUSA: A month has passed by since the Chief Minister, Mr Digambar Kamat, along with Mr Vishwajeet Rane, the Minister for Health, the Mapusa MLA, Mr Francis D'Souza and the Director of Health Services, Dr Rajnanda Dessai, had visited the dilapidated Mapusa Asilo hospital.Read More »
VASCO: Vasco police have recovered the stolen laptop and a mobile handset from Snehal Dias, who was arrested on the charges of murdering Naresh Dourado (26), on August 2, in the flat of his (Dourado’s) brother at Chicalim.Read More »
PANAJI: Timely tip off by the management of a car showroom in Pune to the Goa police force, led to recovery of a new Mercedes E350 CDI car, worth Rs 60 lakh, just a day after it was stolen from the showroom.Read More »
POINGUINNIM: St Anthony’s High School, Galgibaga, Canacona, celebrated Teachers’ Day on September 4, and as a token of love, appreciation and gratitude to their teachers, the students put up an entertainment programme that included songs, skits, dance, speeches, etc.Read More »
BY FR ANTHONY CORREIA, SAC
Fr Xavier Diego D’Souza passed away at midday of September 3, 2010, at Pallotti Home, Chicalim. He was 58 years old, 36 years a member of the Pallottine Fathers and Brothers and 32 years a priest.