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GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
22 Oct 2003

GOVT GETS GOING ON FILM FETE VENUE: The State government is all set to
plunge into activity in preparing for the International Film Festival of
India 2004, having had the brain storming session with Cannes International
Film Festival Managing Director Veronica Kayla and the Ministry of
Information and Broadcasting Joint Secretary Anjali Duggal yesterday and on
Monday.A Liaison Office will begin functioning from the old GMC premises and
will cater to inquiries coming from people interested to contribute their
talents, efforts and time towards the event. (GT)

MELODY KING, ALFRED ROSE DEAD: Alfred Rose, beloved of Goans the world over
for his Konkani songs as well as his melodious voice, is no more. He died at
his residence at Mahim, Mumbai, around 5 pm yesterday. With his death, a
long and glorious chapter in Goan Konkani music comes to an end. Alfred's
superb voice, his brilliant composing skills and songs with myriad themes,
all of which showed his love of his homeland Goa, got a rude jolt when
around 2000, he suffered a paralytic stroke that not only incapacitated his
entire side but also took away his most prized asset, his voice. (NT)
Alfred Rose was born on August 5, 1932 to AMB Rose and Dolorosa Fernandes
in Calvim, Aldona. He leaves behind his wife Rita, sons Schubert and
Engelbert and daughter Alria. You can hear a bit of Alfie's melodious voice
at http://www.goacom.com/goanow/2003/sep/Music.htm#top

MOU FOR SKY BUS VENTURE: The Goa government yesterday signed a Memorandum of
Understanding with the Konkan Railway Corporation to form a joint venture
company for the proposed Sky Bus project. According to the MoU, 50 per cent
of the equity capital of the company will be by the Goa government nominee
agency and the remaining 50 per cent will be by the KRC in kind as the
consideration towards licensing the technology to the company. (GT)

'HC ORDERS ENFORCED': Town and Country Planning Minister Atanasio Monserrate
justified the action of demolishing the gate built by the Cidade de Goa
management at Dona Paula, stating that it was to implement an order by the
Bombay High Court. (GT)

GOVT TEACHERS WARNED: The Department of Education, in a very strongly worded
notice issued yesterday, has urged government teachers to refrain from
engaging themselves in managements of profit and private businesses with
immediate effect. (H)

'BABUSH VIOLATED HC ORDER': Cidade de Goa Beach Resort chairman Audhoot
Timblo yesterday stated that Town and Country Planning Minister Babush
Monserrate had violated the High Court order and that he would seek legal
recourse for clarification of the order. (GT)

INDIA REFUSES VISAS TO PAK FOR SECURITY MEET IN GOA: India yesterday almost
confirmed that visas were denied to Pakistani delegates for a conference on
"South Asian security" to be held in Goa later this month since a few
foreigners were also going to participate in the meet. "The issue of third
parties getting involved (in India-Pakistan matters) has not found favour
with us," an External Affairs ministry spokesman told reporters in New
Delhi. (UNI report in H)

MINOR DERAILMENT AT TALPONA: A minor derailment of the 2617 Up
Ernakulam-Nizamuddin Mangala Express occurred at Talpona, Galigbaga, due to
a landslide on account of the heavy downpour recently. With nearly 2000
passengers on board the train at the time of the incident, no casualties
were, however, reported. (GT)

PANJIM, VASCO POTENTIAL AREAS FOR 'HEPATITIS E' OUTBREAK: A detailed study
done by the medical cell of the Goa Pradesh Congress Committee, has warned
that Panjim and Vasco are two potential areas for a possible 'Hepatitis E'
outbreak in the future, party general secretary, Dr Wilfred Mesquita, said
yesterday. (H)

GUJ TO SEEK LEGAL ADVICE: The executive committee of Goa Union of
Journalists which met in Panaji yesterday decided to seek legal advice on
the statement issued by Rajesh Singh, Press Liaison Officer to the Chief
Minister Manohar Parrikar, in connection with the meeting of GUJ delegation
with the Chief Minister. The executive committee after discussion felt that
the statement issued by the Liaison Officer appears to be ambiguous and
there was a need of its interpretation by a legal expert. (GT)

HOARDINGS FACE AXE: All hoardings-within 75 mts along the highways are
likely to get the axe from the authorities. A decision to crack a whip
against these hoardings was taken at a meeting convened by Chief Secretary
DS Negi with senior officials. (H)

BARS FOUND OPEN BEYOND 11 PM...: If the district authorities are to be
believed, than most bars in Margao will be forced to down shutters by 11 pm
on Thursday, on the eve of Diwali festival. The suggestion for the closure
of all bars by 11 pm was mooted by the Margao police on the eve of the
festival to maintain law and order during the Narkasura competitions. (H)

QUACK CONVICTED: A man (Anthony Fernandes of Cortalim), who ran a clinic
posing as an allopathic doctor, prescribed and also dispensed medicines and
was even visited by roving medical representatives, has now been convicted
for his illegal practice. (GT)

'CLOSE DOWN RED-LIGHT AREA': The Citizens Forum for Public Consciousness
(Vasco) has in a press release demanded that the authorities totally close
the red light area at Baina, Vasco, as soon as possible. It may be recalled
that recently the judiciary had directed that the 250 cubicles used for
carrying out the sex trade at Baina be closed. (H)

PLAN TO INCLUDE ALDONA IN MAPUSA PDA CONDEMNED: The Aldona Congress Block
Committee has condemned the government decision to include Aldona, Pomburpa
and Ecoxim in the Mapusa PDA.Similarly when the rates of all telephone
services are going down BSNL is increasing rental and decreasing free calls
thinking that every body is rich in Goa, MLA Dayanand Narvekar said. (H)

ROMAN SCRIPT GOOD FOR KONKANI: Director of Thomas Stephens Konkani Kendra Fr
Pratap Naik has stated that adopting the Roman script would be more
practical and viable for the standardization of Konkani. He was addressing
the one-day workshop for Roman Script Konkani Writers held at Pilar on
Sunday. This workshop was the first of its kind jointly organised by the Goa
Konkani Academy and "Vauraddeancho Ixtt" weekly. (H)

RESTRICTION AT OLD GOA BASILICA: The annual festivities of St Francis Xavier
begin on November 24 and end on December 3. In view of this, the religious
services will be continually held in the Basilica complex, and therefore no
guiding shall be allowed inside the Basilica (from November 23 to December
4) and silence is to be maintained by the tourists. Their bags and luggage
are also subject to inspection. (H)

SAMSUNG DIGITALL HOME LAUNCHED: Goa is a fast developing state in India and
as such Samsung India strives to provide the best quality services to its
customers in the State, said MB Lee, Vice President, marketing Samsung
India, who was in the city to inaugurate the first Samsung DigitAll home in
Goa. At the DigitAll Home the company's complete range of products are
displayed in an interactive manner. (GT)

AIRTEL PAINTING CONTEST: Airtel organised "Airtel Magic Aur Aap-The Club"
painting competition for children at the Children's Park, Campal, Panjim,
recently. (H)

S P O R T S

PY MORJIM AHEAD: Parish Youth, Morjim, scored a well deserved 2-0 victory
over Saligao United in the Siolim Parish Youth Cup, organised by Parish
Youth Siolim, at St Anthony's Church grounds, Siolim. (H)

PHADKE FOR ASSAM ODI: Mapusa-based Mr Vinod Phadke, Goa Cricket Association'
s general secretary, has been appointed observer for the One-Day
International (ODI) match between Australia and New Zealand to be played on
November 9 in Assam. (NT)

D E A T H S
21 Oct: Mumbai-Mahim: ALFRED ROSE: husband of Rita, son of late AMB
Rose/late Dolarosa, son-in-law of late AR Pais/Angela Pais, brother of
Elsie, Marshall and Albert, father of Schubert/Stephenie, Engelbert and
Alria/Pravin, brother-in-law of Tommy, John, Cressie, grandfather of
Shardae, Sachia and Ethan. Funeral on 23 October at 4 pm (St Michael's
Church, Mahim).
21 Oct: Ucassaim: EPIFANIA ROSARIA D'SOUZA: wife of late Sebastian,
mother of John/Merle (Canada), Theona/late Cupertino (Bombay), Cajie/Libby,
Ivy/late Ronnie (USA), Amy/late Paul, Allan/Susan (Canada) and Frank/Agnes
(Canada). Funeral on 22nd October at 4.00 pm at St Elizabeth Church,
Ucassaim.
20 Oct: Curtorim: ESPECIOSA NORONHA: wife of Vincent Augustin.
20 Oct: Siridao: ANTONIO MARQUES: husband of Lepoldin, Brother of
Joanita, Ruzai, father of Dalin, Jacklin, Minin and Arcanj.
21 Oct: Chandor-Cavorim: EULALIA DIAS: wife of Lourence, mother of
Agnes/Michael, Livia/Paul, Santana/Vincy and Inacio/Raquel.
21 Oct: Verna: RITA INACIA BARRETTO: wife of Antonio, mother of late
Domnick, Francis, Joaquim, Prudencia, Esperance, Fr Mariano (sfx), Sr Andrea
(sfn).
20 Oct: Carmona: ANTONIO LIBERADO PINTO: husband of Rosada, father of
Jacklina/Cassiano (Dubai).

G O A W E A T H E R
Temp: 29.6 degC (85.3 degF) at 9.30 am in Assagao-Goa.
Max Temp: 33.7 deg C; Min Temp: 26.3 deg C; Humidity: 74% (Official
figures for yesterday)
Rainfall so far: 2700.8 mm
Weather: After a lapse of three days, some sunlight shows up this morning
in Goa.

Courtesy: H=Herald, NT=The Navhind Times, GT= Gomantak Times

JOEL D'SOUZA, Assagao-Goa-India.
Website: www.goacom.com
Goacom News Clippings at: http://www.goacom.com/news
Webzine "GoaNOW": http://www.goacom.com/goanow
Bosco - Goanet Volunteer
2003-10-23 02:50:37 UTC
Permalink
On Thu, 23 Oct 2003 02:20:18 +0000, "tom carvalho" <carvalhotom at hotmail.com>
wrote:

Re: Late Alfred Rose.

To the best of my knowledge Alfred Rose was born in Lankdem, Carona and not in
Calvim.

T.J.Carvalho.
From: "Joel D'Souza"
Subject: [Goanet-news]22 OCT 2003: GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
Date: Wed, 22 Oct 2003 11:29:36 +0530
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
22 Oct 2003
MELODY KING, ALFRED ROSE DEAD: Alfred Rose, beloved of Goans the world over
for his Konkani songs as well as his melodious voice, is no more. He died at
his residence at Mahim, Mumbai, around 5 pm yesterday. With his death, a
long and glorious chapter in Goan Konkani music comes to an end. Alfred's
superb voice, his brilliant composing skills and songs with myriad themes,
all of which showed his love of his homeland Goa, got a rude jolt when
around 2000, he suffered a paralytic stroke that not only incapacitated his
entire side but also took away his most prized asset, his voice. (NT)
Alfred Rose was born on August 5, 1932 to AMB Rose and Dolorosa Fernandes
in Calvim, Aldona. He leaves behind his wife Rita, sons Schubert and
Engelbert and daughter Alria. You can hear a bit of Alfie's melodious voice
at http://www.goacom.com/goanow/2003/sep/Music.htm#top
October 16, 2003 - Silver Jubilee of the papacy of John Paul II
Joel D'Souza
2003-10-22 05:59:26 UTC
Permalink
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
22 Oct 2003

GOVT GETS GOING ON FILM FETE VENUE: The State government is all set to
plunge into activity in preparing for the International Film Festival of
India 2004, having had the brain storming session with Cannes International
Film Festival Managing Director Veronica Kayla and the Ministry of
Information and Broadcasting Joint Secretary Anjali Duggal yesterday and on
Monday.A Liaison Office will begin functioning from the old GMC premises and
will cater to inquiries coming from people interested to contribute their
talents, efforts and time towards the event. (GT)

MELODY KING, ALFRED ROSE DEAD: Alfred Rose, beloved of Goans the world over
for his Konkani songs as well as his melodious voice, is no more. He died at
his residence at Mahim, Mumbai, around 5 pm yesterday. With his death, a
long and glorious chapter in Goan Konkani music comes to an end. Alfred's
superb voice, his brilliant composing skills and songs with myriad themes,
all of which showed his love of his homeland Goa, got a rude jolt when
around 2000, he suffered a paralytic stroke that not only incapacitated his
entire side but also took away his most prized asset, his voice. (NT)
Alfred Rose was born on August 5, 1932 to AMB Rose and Dolorosa Fernandes
in Calvim, Aldona. He leaves behind his wife Rita, sons Schubert and
Engelbert and daughter Alria. You can hear a bit of Alfie's melodious voice
at http://www.goacom.com/goanow/2003/sep/Music.htm#top

MOU FOR SKY BUS VENTURE: The Goa government yesterday signed a Memorandum of
Understanding with the Konkan Railway Corporation to form a joint venture
company for the proposed Sky Bus project. According to the MoU, 50 per cent
of the equity capital of the company will be by the Goa government nominee
agency and the remaining 50 per cent will be by the KRC in kind as the
consideration towards licensing the technology to the company. (GT)

'HC ORDERS ENFORCED': Town and Country Planning Minister Atanasio Monserrate
justified the action of demolishing the gate built by the Cidade de Goa
management at Dona Paula, stating that it was to implement an order by the
Bombay High Court. (GT)

GOVT TEACHERS WARNED: The Department of Education, in a very strongly worded
notice issued yesterday, has urged government teachers to refrain from
engaging themselves in managements of profit and private businesses with
immediate effect. (H)

'BABUSH VIOLATED HC ORDER': Cidade de Goa Beach Resort chairman Audhoot
Timblo yesterday stated that Town and Country Planning Minister Babush
Monserrate had violated the High Court order and that he would seek legal
recourse for clarification of the order. (GT)

INDIA REFUSES VISAS TO PAK FOR SECURITY MEET IN GOA: India yesterday almost
confirmed that visas were denied to Pakistani delegates for a conference on
"South Asian security" to be held in Goa later this month since a few
foreigners were also going to participate in the meet. "The issue of third
parties getting involved (in India-Pakistan matters) has not found favour
with us," an External Affairs ministry spokesman told reporters in New
Delhi. (UNI report in H)

MINOR DERAILMENT AT TALPONA: A minor derailment of the 2617 Up
Ernakulam-Nizamuddin Mangala Express occurred at Talpona, Galigbaga, due to
a landslide on account of the heavy downpour recently. With nearly 2000
passengers on board the train at the time of the incident, no casualties
were, however, reported. (GT)

PANJIM, VASCO POTENTIAL AREAS FOR 'HEPATITIS E' OUTBREAK: A detailed study
done by the medical cell of the Goa Pradesh Congress Committee, has warned
that Panjim and Vasco are two potential areas for a possible 'Hepatitis E'
outbreak in the future, party general secretary, Dr Wilfred Mesquita, said
yesterday. (H)

GUJ TO SEEK LEGAL ADVICE: The executive committee of Goa Union of
Journalists which met in Panaji yesterday decided to seek legal advice on
the statement issued by Rajesh Singh, Press Liaison Officer to the Chief
Minister Manohar Parrikar, in connection with the meeting of GUJ delegation
with the Chief Minister. The executive committee after discussion felt that
the statement issued by the Liaison Officer appears to be ambiguous and
there was a need of its interpretation by a legal expert. (GT)

HOARDINGS FACE AXE: All hoardings-within 75 mts along the highways are
likely to get the axe from the authorities. A decision to crack a whip
against these hoardings was taken at a meeting convened by Chief Secretary
DS Negi with senior officials. (H)

BARS FOUND OPEN BEYOND 11 PM...: If the district authorities are to be
believed, than most bars in Margao will be forced to down shutters by 11 pm
on Thursday, on the eve of Diwali festival. The suggestion for the closure
of all bars by 11 pm was mooted by the Margao police on the eve of the
festival to maintain law and order during the Narkasura competitions. (H)

QUACK CONVICTED: A man (Anthony Fernandes of Cortalim), who ran a clinic
posing as an allopathic doctor, prescribed and also dispensed medicines and
was even visited by roving medical representatives, has now been convicted
for his illegal practice. (GT)

'CLOSE DOWN RED-LIGHT AREA': The Citizens Forum for Public Consciousness
(Vasco) has in a press release demanded that the authorities totally close
the red light area at Baina, Vasco, as soon as possible. It may be recalled
that recently the judiciary had directed that the 250 cubicles used for
carrying out the sex trade at Baina be closed. (H)

PLAN TO INCLUDE ALDONA IN MAPUSA PDA CONDEMNED: The Aldona Congress Block
Committee has condemned the government decision to include Aldona, Pomburpa
and Ecoxim in the Mapusa PDA.Similarly when the rates of all telephone
services are going down BSNL is increasing rental and decreasing free calls
thinking that every body is rich in Goa, MLA Dayanand Narvekar said. (H)

ROMAN SCRIPT GOOD FOR KONKANI: Director of Thomas Stephens Konkani Kendra Fr
Pratap Naik has stated that adopting the Roman script would be more
practical and viable for the standardization of Konkani. He was addressing
the one-day workshop for Roman Script Konkani Writers held at Pilar on
Sunday. This workshop was the first of its kind jointly organised by the Goa
Konkani Academy and "Vauraddeancho Ixtt" weekly. (H)

RESTRICTION AT OLD GOA BASILICA: The annual festivities of St Francis Xavier
begin on November 24 and end on December 3. In view of this, the religious
services will be continually held in the Basilica complex, and therefore no
guiding shall be allowed inside the Basilica (from November 23 to December
4) and silence is to be maintained by the tourists. Their bags and luggage
are also subject to inspection. (H)

SAMSUNG DIGITALL HOME LAUNCHED: Goa is a fast developing state in India and
as such Samsung India strives to provide the best quality services to its
customers in the State, said MB Lee, Vice President, marketing Samsung
India, who was in the city to inaugurate the first Samsung DigitAll home in
Goa. At the DigitAll Home the company's complete range of products are
displayed in an interactive manner. (GT)

AIRTEL PAINTING CONTEST: Airtel organised "Airtel Magic Aur Aap-The Club"
painting competition for children at the Children's Park, Campal, Panjim,
recently. (H)

S P O R T S

PY MORJIM AHEAD: Parish Youth, Morjim, scored a well deserved 2-0 victory
over Saligao United in the Siolim Parish Youth Cup, organised by Parish
Youth Siolim, at St Anthony's Church grounds, Siolim. (H)

PHADKE FOR ASSAM ODI: Mapusa-based Mr Vinod Phadke, Goa Cricket Association'
s general secretary, has been appointed observer for the One-Day
International (ODI) match between Australia and New Zealand to be played on
November 9 in Assam. (NT)

D E A T H S
21 Oct: Mumbai-Mahim: ALFRED ROSE: husband of Rita, son of late AMB
Rose/late Dolarosa, son-in-law of late AR Pais/Angela Pais, brother of
Elsie, Marshall and Albert, father of Schubert/Stephenie, Engelbert and
Alria/Pravin, brother-in-law of Tommy, John, Cressie, grandfather of
Shardae, Sachia and Ethan. Funeral on 23 October at 4 pm (St Michael's
Church, Mahim).
21 Oct: Ucassaim: EPIFANIA ROSARIA D'SOUZA: wife of late Sebastian,
mother of John/Merle (Canada), Theona/late Cupertino (Bombay), Cajie/Libby,
Ivy/late Ronnie (USA), Amy/late Paul, Allan/Susan (Canada) and Frank/Agnes
(Canada). Funeral on 22nd October at 4.00 pm at St Elizabeth Church,
Ucassaim.
20 Oct: Curtorim: ESPECIOSA NORONHA: wife of Vincent Augustin.
20 Oct: Siridao: ANTONIO MARQUES: husband of Lepoldin, Brother of
Joanita, Ruzai, father of Dalin, Jacklin, Minin and Arcanj.
21 Oct: Chandor-Cavorim: EULALIA DIAS: wife of Lourence, mother of
Agnes/Michael, Livia/Paul, Santana/Vincy and Inacio/Raquel.
21 Oct: Verna: RITA INACIA BARRETTO: wife of Antonio, mother of late
Domnick, Francis, Joaquim, Prudencia, Esperance, Fr Mariano (sfx), Sr Andrea
(sfn).
20 Oct: Carmona: ANTONIO LIBERADO PINTO: husband of Rosada, father of
Jacklina/Cassiano (Dubai).

G O A W E A T H E R
Temp: 29.6 degC (85.3 degF) at 9.30 am in Assagao-Goa.
Max Temp: 33.7 deg C; Min Temp: 26.3 deg C; Humidity: 74% (Official
figures for yesterday)
Rainfall so far: 2700.8 mm
Weather: After a lapse of three days, some sunlight shows up this morning
in Goa.

Courtesy: H=Herald, NT=The Navhind Times, GT= Gomantak Times

JOEL D'SOUZA, Assagao-Goa-India.
Website: www.goacom.com
Goacom News Clippings at: http://www.goacom.com/news
Webzine "GoaNOW": http://www.goacom.com/goanow
Bosco - Goanet Volunteer
2003-10-23 02:50:37 UTC
Permalink
On Thu, 23 Oct 2003 02:20:18 +0000, "tom carvalho" <carvalhotom at hotmail.com>
wrote:

Re: Late Alfred Rose.

To the best of my knowledge Alfred Rose was born in Lankdem, Carona and not in
Calvim.

T.J.Carvalho.
From: "Joel D'Souza"
Subject: [Goanet-news]22 OCT 2003: GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
Date: Wed, 22 Oct 2003 11:29:36 +0530
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
22 Oct 2003
MELODY KING, ALFRED ROSE DEAD: Alfred Rose, beloved of Goans the world over
for his Konkani songs as well as his melodious voice, is no more. He died at
his residence at Mahim, Mumbai, around 5 pm yesterday. With his death, a
long and glorious chapter in Goan Konkani music comes to an end. Alfred's
superb voice, his brilliant composing skills and songs with myriad themes,
all of which showed his love of his homeland Goa, got a rude jolt when
around 2000, he suffered a paralytic stroke that not only incapacitated his
entire side but also took away his most prized asset, his voice. (NT)
Alfred Rose was born on August 5, 1932 to AMB Rose and Dolorosa Fernandes
in Calvim, Aldona. He leaves behind his wife Rita, sons Schubert and
Engelbert and daughter Alria. You can hear a bit of Alfie's melodious voice
at http://www.goacom.com/goanow/2003/sep/Music.htm#top
October 16, 2003 - Silver Jubilee of the papacy of John Paul II
Joel D'Souza
2003-10-22 05:59:26 UTC
Permalink
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
22 Oct 2003

GOVT GETS GOING ON FILM FETE VENUE: The State government is all set to
plunge into activity in preparing for the International Film Festival of
India 2004, having had the brain storming session with Cannes International
Film Festival Managing Director Veronica Kayla and the Ministry of
Information and Broadcasting Joint Secretary Anjali Duggal yesterday and on
Monday.A Liaison Office will begin functioning from the old GMC premises and
will cater to inquiries coming from people interested to contribute their
talents, efforts and time towards the event. (GT)

MELODY KING, ALFRED ROSE DEAD: Alfred Rose, beloved of Goans the world over
for his Konkani songs as well as his melodious voice, is no more. He died at
his residence at Mahim, Mumbai, around 5 pm yesterday. With his death, a
long and glorious chapter in Goan Konkani music comes to an end. Alfred's
superb voice, his brilliant composing skills and songs with myriad themes,
all of which showed his love of his homeland Goa, got a rude jolt when
around 2000, he suffered a paralytic stroke that not only incapacitated his
entire side but also took away his most prized asset, his voice. (NT)
Alfred Rose was born on August 5, 1932 to AMB Rose and Dolorosa Fernandes
in Calvim, Aldona. He leaves behind his wife Rita, sons Schubert and
Engelbert and daughter Alria. You can hear a bit of Alfie's melodious voice
at http://www.goacom.com/goanow/2003/sep/Music.htm#top

MOU FOR SKY BUS VENTURE: The Goa government yesterday signed a Memorandum of
Understanding with the Konkan Railway Corporation to form a joint venture
company for the proposed Sky Bus project. According to the MoU, 50 per cent
of the equity capital of the company will be by the Goa government nominee
agency and the remaining 50 per cent will be by the KRC in kind as the
consideration towards licensing the technology to the company. (GT)

'HC ORDERS ENFORCED': Town and Country Planning Minister Atanasio Monserrate
justified the action of demolishing the gate built by the Cidade de Goa
management at Dona Paula, stating that it was to implement an order by the
Bombay High Court. (GT)

GOVT TEACHERS WARNED: The Department of Education, in a very strongly worded
notice issued yesterday, has urged government teachers to refrain from
engaging themselves in managements of profit and private businesses with
immediate effect. (H)

'BABUSH VIOLATED HC ORDER': Cidade de Goa Beach Resort chairman Audhoot
Timblo yesterday stated that Town and Country Planning Minister Babush
Monserrate had violated the High Court order and that he would seek legal
recourse for clarification of the order. (GT)

INDIA REFUSES VISAS TO PAK FOR SECURITY MEET IN GOA: India yesterday almost
confirmed that visas were denied to Pakistani delegates for a conference on
"South Asian security" to be held in Goa later this month since a few
foreigners were also going to participate in the meet. "The issue of third
parties getting involved (in India-Pakistan matters) has not found favour
with us," an External Affairs ministry spokesman told reporters in New
Delhi. (UNI report in H)

MINOR DERAILMENT AT TALPONA: A minor derailment of the 2617 Up
Ernakulam-Nizamuddin Mangala Express occurred at Talpona, Galigbaga, due to
a landslide on account of the heavy downpour recently. With nearly 2000
passengers on board the train at the time of the incident, no casualties
were, however, reported. (GT)

PANJIM, VASCO POTENTIAL AREAS FOR 'HEPATITIS E' OUTBREAK: A detailed study
done by the medical cell of the Goa Pradesh Congress Committee, has warned
that Panjim and Vasco are two potential areas for a possible 'Hepatitis E'
outbreak in the future, party general secretary, Dr Wilfred Mesquita, said
yesterday. (H)

GUJ TO SEEK LEGAL ADVICE: The executive committee of Goa Union of
Journalists which met in Panaji yesterday decided to seek legal advice on
the statement issued by Rajesh Singh, Press Liaison Officer to the Chief
Minister Manohar Parrikar, in connection with the meeting of GUJ delegation
with the Chief Minister. The executive committee after discussion felt that
the statement issued by the Liaison Officer appears to be ambiguous and
there was a need of its interpretation by a legal expert. (GT)

HOARDINGS FACE AXE: All hoardings-within 75 mts along the highways are
likely to get the axe from the authorities. A decision to crack a whip
against these hoardings was taken at a meeting convened by Chief Secretary
DS Negi with senior officials. (H)

BARS FOUND OPEN BEYOND 11 PM...: If the district authorities are to be
believed, than most bars in Margao will be forced to down shutters by 11 pm
on Thursday, on the eve of Diwali festival. The suggestion for the closure
of all bars by 11 pm was mooted by the Margao police on the eve of the
festival to maintain law and order during the Narkasura competitions. (H)

QUACK CONVICTED: A man (Anthony Fernandes of Cortalim), who ran a clinic
posing as an allopathic doctor, prescribed and also dispensed medicines and
was even visited by roving medical representatives, has now been convicted
for his illegal practice. (GT)

'CLOSE DOWN RED-LIGHT AREA': The Citizens Forum for Public Consciousness
(Vasco) has in a press release demanded that the authorities totally close
the red light area at Baina, Vasco, as soon as possible. It may be recalled
that recently the judiciary had directed that the 250 cubicles used for
carrying out the sex trade at Baina be closed. (H)

PLAN TO INCLUDE ALDONA IN MAPUSA PDA CONDEMNED: The Aldona Congress Block
Committee has condemned the government decision to include Aldona, Pomburpa
and Ecoxim in the Mapusa PDA.Similarly when the rates of all telephone
services are going down BSNL is increasing rental and decreasing free calls
thinking that every body is rich in Goa, MLA Dayanand Narvekar said. (H)

ROMAN SCRIPT GOOD FOR KONKANI: Director of Thomas Stephens Konkani Kendra Fr
Pratap Naik has stated that adopting the Roman script would be more
practical and viable for the standardization of Konkani. He was addressing
the one-day workshop for Roman Script Konkani Writers held at Pilar on
Sunday. This workshop was the first of its kind jointly organised by the Goa
Konkani Academy and "Vauraddeancho Ixtt" weekly. (H)

RESTRICTION AT OLD GOA BASILICA: The annual festivities of St Francis Xavier
begin on November 24 and end on December 3. In view of this, the religious
services will be continually held in the Basilica complex, and therefore no
guiding shall be allowed inside the Basilica (from November 23 to December
4) and silence is to be maintained by the tourists. Their bags and luggage
are also subject to inspection. (H)

SAMSUNG DIGITALL HOME LAUNCHED: Goa is a fast developing state in India and
as such Samsung India strives to provide the best quality services to its
customers in the State, said MB Lee, Vice President, marketing Samsung
India, who was in the city to inaugurate the first Samsung DigitAll home in
Goa. At the DigitAll Home the company's complete range of products are
displayed in an interactive manner. (GT)

AIRTEL PAINTING CONTEST: Airtel organised "Airtel Magic Aur Aap-The Club"
painting competition for children at the Children's Park, Campal, Panjim,
recently. (H)

S P O R T S

PY MORJIM AHEAD: Parish Youth, Morjim, scored a well deserved 2-0 victory
over Saligao United in the Siolim Parish Youth Cup, organised by Parish
Youth Siolim, at St Anthony's Church grounds, Siolim. (H)

PHADKE FOR ASSAM ODI: Mapusa-based Mr Vinod Phadke, Goa Cricket Association'
s general secretary, has been appointed observer for the One-Day
International (ODI) match between Australia and New Zealand to be played on
November 9 in Assam. (NT)

D E A T H S
21 Oct: Mumbai-Mahim: ALFRED ROSE: husband of Rita, son of late AMB
Rose/late Dolarosa, son-in-law of late AR Pais/Angela Pais, brother of
Elsie, Marshall and Albert, father of Schubert/Stephenie, Engelbert and
Alria/Pravin, brother-in-law of Tommy, John, Cressie, grandfather of
Shardae, Sachia and Ethan. Funeral on 23 October at 4 pm (St Michael's
Church, Mahim).
21 Oct: Ucassaim: EPIFANIA ROSARIA D'SOUZA: wife of late Sebastian,
mother of John/Merle (Canada), Theona/late Cupertino (Bombay), Cajie/Libby,
Ivy/late Ronnie (USA), Amy/late Paul, Allan/Susan (Canada) and Frank/Agnes
(Canada). Funeral on 22nd October at 4.00 pm at St Elizabeth Church,
Ucassaim.
20 Oct: Curtorim: ESPECIOSA NORONHA: wife of Vincent Augustin.
20 Oct: Siridao: ANTONIO MARQUES: husband of Lepoldin, Brother of
Joanita, Ruzai, father of Dalin, Jacklin, Minin and Arcanj.
21 Oct: Chandor-Cavorim: EULALIA DIAS: wife of Lourence, mother of
Agnes/Michael, Livia/Paul, Santana/Vincy and Inacio/Raquel.
21 Oct: Verna: RITA INACIA BARRETTO: wife of Antonio, mother of late
Domnick, Francis, Joaquim, Prudencia, Esperance, Fr Mariano (sfx), Sr Andrea
(sfn).
20 Oct: Carmona: ANTONIO LIBERADO PINTO: husband of Rosada, father of
Jacklina/Cassiano (Dubai).

G O A W E A T H E R
Temp: 29.6 degC (85.3 degF) at 9.30 am in Assagao-Goa.
Max Temp: 33.7 deg C; Min Temp: 26.3 deg C; Humidity: 74% (Official
figures for yesterday)
Rainfall so far: 2700.8 mm
Weather: After a lapse of three days, some sunlight shows up this morning
in Goa.

Courtesy: H=Herald, NT=The Navhind Times, GT= Gomantak Times

JOEL D'SOUZA, Assagao-Goa-India.
Website: www.goacom.com
Goacom News Clippings at: http://www.goacom.com/news
Webzine "GoaNOW": http://www.goacom.com/goanow
Bosco - Goanet Volunteer
2003-10-23 02:50:37 UTC
Permalink
On Thu, 23 Oct 2003 02:20:18 +0000, "tom carvalho" <carvalhotom at hotmail.com>
wrote:

Re: Late Alfred Rose.

To the best of my knowledge Alfred Rose was born in Lankdem, Carona and not in
Calvim.

T.J.Carvalho.
From: "Joel D'Souza"
Subject: [Goanet-news]22 OCT 2003: GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
Date: Wed, 22 Oct 2003 11:29:36 +0530
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
22 Oct 2003
MELODY KING, ALFRED ROSE DEAD: Alfred Rose, beloved of Goans the world over
for his Konkani songs as well as his melodious voice, is no more. He died at
his residence at Mahim, Mumbai, around 5 pm yesterday. With his death, a
long and glorious chapter in Goan Konkani music comes to an end. Alfred's
superb voice, his brilliant composing skills and songs with myriad themes,
all of which showed his love of his homeland Goa, got a rude jolt when
around 2000, he suffered a paralytic stroke that not only incapacitated his
entire side but also took away his most prized asset, his voice. (NT)
Alfred Rose was born on August 5, 1932 to AMB Rose and Dolorosa Fernandes
in Calvim, Aldona. He leaves behind his wife Rita, sons Schubert and
Engelbert and daughter Alria. You can hear a bit of Alfie's melodious voice
at http://www.goacom.com/goanow/2003/sep/Music.htm#top
October 16, 2003 - Silver Jubilee of the papacy of John Paul II
Joel D'Souza
2003-10-22 05:59:26 UTC
Permalink
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
22 Oct 2003

GOVT GETS GOING ON FILM FETE VENUE: The State government is all set to
plunge into activity in preparing for the International Film Festival of
India 2004, having had the brain storming session with Cannes International
Film Festival Managing Director Veronica Kayla and the Ministry of
Information and Broadcasting Joint Secretary Anjali Duggal yesterday and on
Monday.A Liaison Office will begin functioning from the old GMC premises and
will cater to inquiries coming from people interested to contribute their
talents, efforts and time towards the event. (GT)

MELODY KING, ALFRED ROSE DEAD: Alfred Rose, beloved of Goans the world over
for his Konkani songs as well as his melodious voice, is no more. He died at
his residence at Mahim, Mumbai, around 5 pm yesterday. With his death, a
long and glorious chapter in Goan Konkani music comes to an end. Alfred's
superb voice, his brilliant composing skills and songs with myriad themes,
all of which showed his love of his homeland Goa, got a rude jolt when
around 2000, he suffered a paralytic stroke that not only incapacitated his
entire side but also took away his most prized asset, his voice. (NT)
Alfred Rose was born on August 5, 1932 to AMB Rose and Dolorosa Fernandes
in Calvim, Aldona. He leaves behind his wife Rita, sons Schubert and
Engelbert and daughter Alria. You can hear a bit of Alfie's melodious voice
at http://www.goacom.com/goanow/2003/sep/Music.htm#top

MOU FOR SKY BUS VENTURE: The Goa government yesterday signed a Memorandum of
Understanding with the Konkan Railway Corporation to form a joint venture
company for the proposed Sky Bus project. According to the MoU, 50 per cent
of the equity capital of the company will be by the Goa government nominee
agency and the remaining 50 per cent will be by the KRC in kind as the
consideration towards licensing the technology to the company. (GT)

'HC ORDERS ENFORCED': Town and Country Planning Minister Atanasio Monserrate
justified the action of demolishing the gate built by the Cidade de Goa
management at Dona Paula, stating that it was to implement an order by the
Bombay High Court. (GT)

GOVT TEACHERS WARNED: The Department of Education, in a very strongly worded
notice issued yesterday, has urged government teachers to refrain from
engaging themselves in managements of profit and private businesses with
immediate effect. (H)

'BABUSH VIOLATED HC ORDER': Cidade de Goa Beach Resort chairman Audhoot
Timblo yesterday stated that Town and Country Planning Minister Babush
Monserrate had violated the High Court order and that he would seek legal
recourse for clarification of the order. (GT)

INDIA REFUSES VISAS TO PAK FOR SECURITY MEET IN GOA: India yesterday almost
confirmed that visas were denied to Pakistani delegates for a conference on
"South Asian security" to be held in Goa later this month since a few
foreigners were also going to participate in the meet. "The issue of third
parties getting involved (in India-Pakistan matters) has not found favour
with us," an External Affairs ministry spokesman told reporters in New
Delhi. (UNI report in H)

MINOR DERAILMENT AT TALPONA: A minor derailment of the 2617 Up
Ernakulam-Nizamuddin Mangala Express occurred at Talpona, Galigbaga, due to
a landslide on account of the heavy downpour recently. With nearly 2000
passengers on board the train at the time of the incident, no casualties
were, however, reported. (GT)

PANJIM, VASCO POTENTIAL AREAS FOR 'HEPATITIS E' OUTBREAK: A detailed study
done by the medical cell of the Goa Pradesh Congress Committee, has warned
that Panjim and Vasco are two potential areas for a possible 'Hepatitis E'
outbreak in the future, party general secretary, Dr Wilfred Mesquita, said
yesterday. (H)

GUJ TO SEEK LEGAL ADVICE: The executive committee of Goa Union of
Journalists which met in Panaji yesterday decided to seek legal advice on
the statement issued by Rajesh Singh, Press Liaison Officer to the Chief
Minister Manohar Parrikar, in connection with the meeting of GUJ delegation
with the Chief Minister. The executive committee after discussion felt that
the statement issued by the Liaison Officer appears to be ambiguous and
there was a need of its interpretation by a legal expert. (GT)

HOARDINGS FACE AXE: All hoardings-within 75 mts along the highways are
likely to get the axe from the authorities. A decision to crack a whip
against these hoardings was taken at a meeting convened by Chief Secretary
DS Negi with senior officials. (H)

BARS FOUND OPEN BEYOND 11 PM...: If the district authorities are to be
believed, than most bars in Margao will be forced to down shutters by 11 pm
on Thursday, on the eve of Diwali festival. The suggestion for the closure
of all bars by 11 pm was mooted by the Margao police on the eve of the
festival to maintain law and order during the Narkasura competitions. (H)

QUACK CONVICTED: A man (Anthony Fernandes of Cortalim), who ran a clinic
posing as an allopathic doctor, prescribed and also dispensed medicines and
was even visited by roving medical representatives, has now been convicted
for his illegal practice. (GT)

'CLOSE DOWN RED-LIGHT AREA': The Citizens Forum for Public Consciousness
(Vasco) has in a press release demanded that the authorities totally close
the red light area at Baina, Vasco, as soon as possible. It may be recalled
that recently the judiciary had directed that the 250 cubicles used for
carrying out the sex trade at Baina be closed. (H)

PLAN TO INCLUDE ALDONA IN MAPUSA PDA CONDEMNED: The Aldona Congress Block
Committee has condemned the government decision to include Aldona, Pomburpa
and Ecoxim in the Mapusa PDA.Similarly when the rates of all telephone
services are going down BSNL is increasing rental and decreasing free calls
thinking that every body is rich in Goa, MLA Dayanand Narvekar said. (H)

ROMAN SCRIPT GOOD FOR KONKANI: Director of Thomas Stephens Konkani Kendra Fr
Pratap Naik has stated that adopting the Roman script would be more
practical and viable for the standardization of Konkani. He was addressing
the one-day workshop for Roman Script Konkani Writers held at Pilar on
Sunday. This workshop was the first of its kind jointly organised by the Goa
Konkani Academy and "Vauraddeancho Ixtt" weekly. (H)

RESTRICTION AT OLD GOA BASILICA: The annual festivities of St Francis Xavier
begin on November 24 and end on December 3. In view of this, the religious
services will be continually held in the Basilica complex, and therefore no
guiding shall be allowed inside the Basilica (from November 23 to December
4) and silence is to be maintained by the tourists. Their bags and luggage
are also subject to inspection. (H)

SAMSUNG DIGITALL HOME LAUNCHED: Goa is a fast developing state in India and
as such Samsung India strives to provide the best quality services to its
customers in the State, said MB Lee, Vice President, marketing Samsung
India, who was in the city to inaugurate the first Samsung DigitAll home in
Goa. At the DigitAll Home the company's complete range of products are
displayed in an interactive manner. (GT)

AIRTEL PAINTING CONTEST: Airtel organised "Airtel Magic Aur Aap-The Club"
painting competition for children at the Children's Park, Campal, Panjim,
recently. (H)

S P O R T S

PY MORJIM AHEAD: Parish Youth, Morjim, scored a well deserved 2-0 victory
over Saligao United in the Siolim Parish Youth Cup, organised by Parish
Youth Siolim, at St Anthony's Church grounds, Siolim. (H)

PHADKE FOR ASSAM ODI: Mapusa-based Mr Vinod Phadke, Goa Cricket Association'
s general secretary, has been appointed observer for the One-Day
International (ODI) match between Australia and New Zealand to be played on
November 9 in Assam. (NT)

D E A T H S
21 Oct: Mumbai-Mahim: ALFRED ROSE: husband of Rita, son of late AMB
Rose/late Dolarosa, son-in-law of late AR Pais/Angela Pais, brother of
Elsie, Marshall and Albert, father of Schubert/Stephenie, Engelbert and
Alria/Pravin, brother-in-law of Tommy, John, Cressie, grandfather of
Shardae, Sachia and Ethan. Funeral on 23 October at 4 pm (St Michael's
Church, Mahim).
21 Oct: Ucassaim: EPIFANIA ROSARIA D'SOUZA: wife of late Sebastian,
mother of John/Merle (Canada), Theona/late Cupertino (Bombay), Cajie/Libby,
Ivy/late Ronnie (USA), Amy/late Paul, Allan/Susan (Canada) and Frank/Agnes
(Canada). Funeral on 22nd October at 4.00 pm at St Elizabeth Church,
Ucassaim.
20 Oct: Curtorim: ESPECIOSA NORONHA: wife of Vincent Augustin.
20 Oct: Siridao: ANTONIO MARQUES: husband of Lepoldin, Brother of
Joanita, Ruzai, father of Dalin, Jacklin, Minin and Arcanj.
21 Oct: Chandor-Cavorim: EULALIA DIAS: wife of Lourence, mother of
Agnes/Michael, Livia/Paul, Santana/Vincy and Inacio/Raquel.
21 Oct: Verna: RITA INACIA BARRETTO: wife of Antonio, mother of late
Domnick, Francis, Joaquim, Prudencia, Esperance, Fr Mariano (sfx), Sr Andrea
(sfn).
20 Oct: Carmona: ANTONIO LIBERADO PINTO: husband of Rosada, father of
Jacklina/Cassiano (Dubai).

G O A W E A T H E R
Temp: 29.6 degC (85.3 degF) at 9.30 am in Assagao-Goa.
Max Temp: 33.7 deg C; Min Temp: 26.3 deg C; Humidity: 74% (Official
figures for yesterday)
Rainfall so far: 2700.8 mm
Weather: After a lapse of three days, some sunlight shows up this morning
in Goa.

Courtesy: H=Herald, NT=The Navhind Times, GT= Gomantak Times

JOEL D'SOUZA, Assagao-Goa-India.
Website: www.goacom.com
Goacom News Clippings at: http://www.goacom.com/news
Webzine "GoaNOW": http://www.goacom.com/goanow
Bosco - Goanet Volunteer
2003-10-23 02:50:37 UTC
Permalink
On Thu, 23 Oct 2003 02:20:18 +0000, "tom carvalho" <carvalhotom at hotmail.com>
wrote:

Re: Late Alfred Rose.

To the best of my knowledge Alfred Rose was born in Lankdem, Carona and not in
Calvim.

T.J.Carvalho.
From: "Joel D'Souza"
Subject: [Goanet-news]22 OCT 2003: GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
Date: Wed, 22 Oct 2003 11:29:36 +0530
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
22 Oct 2003
MELODY KING, ALFRED ROSE DEAD: Alfred Rose, beloved of Goans the world over
for his Konkani songs as well as his melodious voice, is no more. He died at
his residence at Mahim, Mumbai, around 5 pm yesterday. With his death, a
long and glorious chapter in Goan Konkani music comes to an end. Alfred's
superb voice, his brilliant composing skills and songs with myriad themes,
all of which showed his love of his homeland Goa, got a rude jolt when
around 2000, he suffered a paralytic stroke that not only incapacitated his
entire side but also took away his most prized asset, his voice. (NT)
Alfred Rose was born on August 5, 1932 to AMB Rose and Dolorosa Fernandes
in Calvim, Aldona. He leaves behind his wife Rita, sons Schubert and
Engelbert and daughter Alria. You can hear a bit of Alfie's melodious voice
at http://www.goacom.com/goanow/2003/sep/Music.htm#top
October 16, 2003 - Silver Jubilee of the papacy of John Paul II
Joel D'Souza
2003-10-22 05:59:26 UTC
Permalink
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
22 Oct 2003

GOVT GETS GOING ON FILM FETE VENUE: The State government is all set to
plunge into activity in preparing for the International Film Festival of
India 2004, having had the brain storming session with Cannes International
Film Festival Managing Director Veronica Kayla and the Ministry of
Information and Broadcasting Joint Secretary Anjali Duggal yesterday and on
Monday.A Liaison Office will begin functioning from the old GMC premises and
will cater to inquiries coming from people interested to contribute their
talents, efforts and time towards the event. (GT)

MELODY KING, ALFRED ROSE DEAD: Alfred Rose, beloved of Goans the world over
for his Konkani songs as well as his melodious voice, is no more. He died at
his residence at Mahim, Mumbai, around 5 pm yesterday. With his death, a
long and glorious chapter in Goan Konkani music comes to an end. Alfred's
superb voice, his brilliant composing skills and songs with myriad themes,
all of which showed his love of his homeland Goa, got a rude jolt when
around 2000, he suffered a paralytic stroke that not only incapacitated his
entire side but also took away his most prized asset, his voice. (NT)
Alfred Rose was born on August 5, 1932 to AMB Rose and Dolorosa Fernandes
in Calvim, Aldona. He leaves behind his wife Rita, sons Schubert and
Engelbert and daughter Alria. You can hear a bit of Alfie's melodious voice
at http://www.goacom.com/goanow/2003/sep/Music.htm#top

MOU FOR SKY BUS VENTURE: The Goa government yesterday signed a Memorandum of
Understanding with the Konkan Railway Corporation to form a joint venture
company for the proposed Sky Bus project. According to the MoU, 50 per cent
of the equity capital of the company will be by the Goa government nominee
agency and the remaining 50 per cent will be by the KRC in kind as the
consideration towards licensing the technology to the company. (GT)

'HC ORDERS ENFORCED': Town and Country Planning Minister Atanasio Monserrate
justified the action of demolishing the gate built by the Cidade de Goa
management at Dona Paula, stating that it was to implement an order by the
Bombay High Court. (GT)

GOVT TEACHERS WARNED: The Department of Education, in a very strongly worded
notice issued yesterday, has urged government teachers to refrain from
engaging themselves in managements of profit and private businesses with
immediate effect. (H)

'BABUSH VIOLATED HC ORDER': Cidade de Goa Beach Resort chairman Audhoot
Timblo yesterday stated that Town and Country Planning Minister Babush
Monserrate had violated the High Court order and that he would seek legal
recourse for clarification of the order. (GT)

INDIA REFUSES VISAS TO PAK FOR SECURITY MEET IN GOA: India yesterday almost
confirmed that visas were denied to Pakistani delegates for a conference on
"South Asian security" to be held in Goa later this month since a few
foreigners were also going to participate in the meet. "The issue of third
parties getting involved (in India-Pakistan matters) has not found favour
with us," an External Affairs ministry spokesman told reporters in New
Delhi. (UNI report in H)

MINOR DERAILMENT AT TALPONA: A minor derailment of the 2617 Up
Ernakulam-Nizamuddin Mangala Express occurred at Talpona, Galigbaga, due to
a landslide on account of the heavy downpour recently. With nearly 2000
passengers on board the train at the time of the incident, no casualties
were, however, reported. (GT)

PANJIM, VASCO POTENTIAL AREAS FOR 'HEPATITIS E' OUTBREAK: A detailed study
done by the medical cell of the Goa Pradesh Congress Committee, has warned
that Panjim and Vasco are two potential areas for a possible 'Hepatitis E'
outbreak in the future, party general secretary, Dr Wilfred Mesquita, said
yesterday. (H)

GUJ TO SEEK LEGAL ADVICE: The executive committee of Goa Union of
Journalists which met in Panaji yesterday decided to seek legal advice on
the statement issued by Rajesh Singh, Press Liaison Officer to the Chief
Minister Manohar Parrikar, in connection with the meeting of GUJ delegation
with the Chief Minister. The executive committee after discussion felt that
the statement issued by the Liaison Officer appears to be ambiguous and
there was a need of its interpretation by a legal expert. (GT)

HOARDINGS FACE AXE: All hoardings-within 75 mts along the highways are
likely to get the axe from the authorities. A decision to crack a whip
against these hoardings was taken at a meeting convened by Chief Secretary
DS Negi with senior officials. (H)

BARS FOUND OPEN BEYOND 11 PM...: If the district authorities are to be
believed, than most bars in Margao will be forced to down shutters by 11 pm
on Thursday, on the eve of Diwali festival. The suggestion for the closure
of all bars by 11 pm was mooted by the Margao police on the eve of the
festival to maintain law and order during the Narkasura competitions. (H)

QUACK CONVICTED: A man (Anthony Fernandes of Cortalim), who ran a clinic
posing as an allopathic doctor, prescribed and also dispensed medicines and
was even visited by roving medical representatives, has now been convicted
for his illegal practice. (GT)

'CLOSE DOWN RED-LIGHT AREA': The Citizens Forum for Public Consciousness
(Vasco) has in a press release demanded that the authorities totally close
the red light area at Baina, Vasco, as soon as possible. It may be recalled
that recently the judiciary had directed that the 250 cubicles used for
carrying out the sex trade at Baina be closed. (H)

PLAN TO INCLUDE ALDONA IN MAPUSA PDA CONDEMNED: The Aldona Congress Block
Committee has condemned the government decision to include Aldona, Pomburpa
and Ecoxim in the Mapusa PDA.Similarly when the rates of all telephone
services are going down BSNL is increasing rental and decreasing free calls
thinking that every body is rich in Goa, MLA Dayanand Narvekar said. (H)

ROMAN SCRIPT GOOD FOR KONKANI: Director of Thomas Stephens Konkani Kendra Fr
Pratap Naik has stated that adopting the Roman script would be more
practical and viable for the standardization of Konkani. He was addressing
the one-day workshop for Roman Script Konkani Writers held at Pilar on
Sunday. This workshop was the first of its kind jointly organised by the Goa
Konkani Academy and "Vauraddeancho Ixtt" weekly. (H)

RESTRICTION AT OLD GOA BASILICA: The annual festivities of St Francis Xavier
begin on November 24 and end on December 3. In view of this, the religious
services will be continually held in the Basilica complex, and therefore no
guiding shall be allowed inside the Basilica (from November 23 to December
4) and silence is to be maintained by the tourists. Their bags and luggage
are also subject to inspection. (H)

SAMSUNG DIGITALL HOME LAUNCHED: Goa is a fast developing state in India and
as such Samsung India strives to provide the best quality services to its
customers in the State, said MB Lee, Vice President, marketing Samsung
India, who was in the city to inaugurate the first Samsung DigitAll home in
Goa. At the DigitAll Home the company's complete range of products are
displayed in an interactive manner. (GT)

AIRTEL PAINTING CONTEST: Airtel organised "Airtel Magic Aur Aap-The Club"
painting competition for children at the Children's Park, Campal, Panjim,
recently. (H)

S P O R T S

PY MORJIM AHEAD: Parish Youth, Morjim, scored a well deserved 2-0 victory
over Saligao United in the Siolim Parish Youth Cup, organised by Parish
Youth Siolim, at St Anthony's Church grounds, Siolim. (H)

PHADKE FOR ASSAM ODI: Mapusa-based Mr Vinod Phadke, Goa Cricket Association'
s general secretary, has been appointed observer for the One-Day
International (ODI) match between Australia and New Zealand to be played on
November 9 in Assam. (NT)

D E A T H S
21 Oct: Mumbai-Mahim: ALFRED ROSE: husband of Rita, son of late AMB
Rose/late Dolarosa, son-in-law of late AR Pais/Angela Pais, brother of
Elsie, Marshall and Albert, father of Schubert/Stephenie, Engelbert and
Alria/Pravin, brother-in-law of Tommy, John, Cressie, grandfather of
Shardae, Sachia and Ethan. Funeral on 23 October at 4 pm (St Michael's
Church, Mahim).
21 Oct: Ucassaim: EPIFANIA ROSARIA D'SOUZA: wife of late Sebastian,
mother of John/Merle (Canada), Theona/late Cupertino (Bombay), Cajie/Libby,
Ivy/late Ronnie (USA), Amy/late Paul, Allan/Susan (Canada) and Frank/Agnes
(Canada). Funeral on 22nd October at 4.00 pm at St Elizabeth Church,
Ucassaim.
20 Oct: Curtorim: ESPECIOSA NORONHA: wife of Vincent Augustin.
20 Oct: Siridao: ANTONIO MARQUES: husband of Lepoldin, Brother of
Joanita, Ruzai, father of Dalin, Jacklin, Minin and Arcanj.
21 Oct: Chandor-Cavorim: EULALIA DIAS: wife of Lourence, mother of
Agnes/Michael, Livia/Paul, Santana/Vincy and Inacio/Raquel.
21 Oct: Verna: RITA INACIA BARRETTO: wife of Antonio, mother of late
Domnick, Francis, Joaquim, Prudencia, Esperance, Fr Mariano (sfx), Sr Andrea
(sfn).
20 Oct: Carmona: ANTONIO LIBERADO PINTO: husband of Rosada, father of
Jacklina/Cassiano (Dubai).

G O A W E A T H E R
Temp: 29.6 degC (85.3 degF) at 9.30 am in Assagao-Goa.
Max Temp: 33.7 deg C; Min Temp: 26.3 deg C; Humidity: 74% (Official
figures for yesterday)
Rainfall so far: 2700.8 mm
Weather: After a lapse of three days, some sunlight shows up this morning
in Goa.

Courtesy: H=Herald, NT=The Navhind Times, GT= Gomantak Times

JOEL D'SOUZA, Assagao-Goa-India.
Website: www.goacom.com
Goacom News Clippings at: http://www.goacom.com/news
Webzine "GoaNOW": http://www.goacom.com/goanow
Bosco - Goanet Volunteer
2003-10-23 02:50:37 UTC
Permalink
On Thu, 23 Oct 2003 02:20:18 +0000, "tom carvalho" <carvalhotom at hotmail.com>
wrote:

Re: Late Alfred Rose.

To the best of my knowledge Alfred Rose was born in Lankdem, Carona and not in
Calvim.

T.J.Carvalho.
From: "Joel D'Souza"
Subject: [Goanet-news]22 OCT 2003: GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
Date: Wed, 22 Oct 2003 11:29:36 +0530
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
22 Oct 2003
MELODY KING, ALFRED ROSE DEAD: Alfred Rose, beloved of Goans the world over
for his Konkani songs as well as his melodious voice, is no more. He died at
his residence at Mahim, Mumbai, around 5 pm yesterday. With his death, a
long and glorious chapter in Goan Konkani music comes to an end. Alfred's
superb voice, his brilliant composing skills and songs with myriad themes,
all of which showed his love of his homeland Goa, got a rude jolt when
around 2000, he suffered a paralytic stroke that not only incapacitated his
entire side but also took away his most prized asset, his voice. (NT)
Alfred Rose was born on August 5, 1932 to AMB Rose and Dolorosa Fernandes
in Calvim, Aldona. He leaves behind his wife Rita, sons Schubert and
Engelbert and daughter Alria. You can hear a bit of Alfie's melodious voice
at http://www.goacom.com/goanow/2003/sep/Music.htm#top
October 16, 2003 - Silver Jubilee of the papacy of John Paul II
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2003-10-22 05:59:26 UTC
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GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
22 Oct 2003

GOVT GETS GOING ON FILM FETE VENUE: The State government is all set to
plunge into activity in preparing for the International Film Festival of
India 2004, having had the brain storming session with Cannes International
Film Festival Managing Director Veronica Kayla and the Ministry of
Information and Broadcasting Joint Secretary Anjali Duggal yesterday and on
Monday.A Liaison Office will begin functioning from the old GMC premises and
will cater to inquiries coming from people interested to contribute their
talents, efforts and time towards the event. (GT)

MELODY KING, ALFRED ROSE DEAD: Alfred Rose, beloved of Goans the world over
for his Konkani songs as well as his melodious voice, is no more. He died at
his residence at Mahim, Mumbai, around 5 pm yesterday. With his death, a
long and glorious chapter in Goan Konkani music comes to an end. Alfred's
superb voice, his brilliant composing skills and songs with myriad themes,
all of which showed his love of his homeland Goa, got a rude jolt when
around 2000, he suffered a paralytic stroke that not only incapacitated his
entire side but also took away his most prized asset, his voice. (NT)
Alfred Rose was born on August 5, 1932 to AMB Rose and Dolorosa Fernandes
in Calvim, Aldona. He leaves behind his wife Rita, sons Schubert and
Engelbert and daughter Alria. You can hear a bit of Alfie's melodious voice
at http://www.goacom.com/goanow/2003/sep/Music.htm#top

MOU FOR SKY BUS VENTURE: The Goa government yesterday signed a Memorandum of
Understanding with the Konkan Railway Corporation to form a joint venture
company for the proposed Sky Bus project. According to the MoU, 50 per cent
of the equity capital of the company will be by the Goa government nominee
agency and the remaining 50 per cent will be by the KRC in kind as the
consideration towards licensing the technology to the company. (GT)

'HC ORDERS ENFORCED': Town and Country Planning Minister Atanasio Monserrate
justified the action of demolishing the gate built by the Cidade de Goa
management at Dona Paula, stating that it was to implement an order by the
Bombay High Court. (GT)

GOVT TEACHERS WARNED: The Department of Education, in a very strongly worded
notice issued yesterday, has urged government teachers to refrain from
engaging themselves in managements of profit and private businesses with
immediate effect. (H)

'BABUSH VIOLATED HC ORDER': Cidade de Goa Beach Resort chairman Audhoot
Timblo yesterday stated that Town and Country Planning Minister Babush
Monserrate had violated the High Court order and that he would seek legal
recourse for clarification of the order. (GT)

INDIA REFUSES VISAS TO PAK FOR SECURITY MEET IN GOA: India yesterday almost
confirmed that visas were denied to Pakistani delegates for a conference on
"South Asian security" to be held in Goa later this month since a few
foreigners were also going to participate in the meet. "The issue of third
parties getting involved (in India-Pakistan matters) has not found favour
with us," an External Affairs ministry spokesman told reporters in New
Delhi. (UNI report in H)

MINOR DERAILMENT AT TALPONA: A minor derailment of the 2617 Up
Ernakulam-Nizamuddin Mangala Express occurred at Talpona, Galigbaga, due to
a landslide on account of the heavy downpour recently. With nearly 2000
passengers on board the train at the time of the incident, no casualties
were, however, reported. (GT)

PANJIM, VASCO POTENTIAL AREAS FOR 'HEPATITIS E' OUTBREAK: A detailed study
done by the medical cell of the Goa Pradesh Congress Committee, has warned
that Panjim and Vasco are two potential areas for a possible 'Hepatitis E'
outbreak in the future, party general secretary, Dr Wilfred Mesquita, said
yesterday. (H)

GUJ TO SEEK LEGAL ADVICE: The executive committee of Goa Union of
Journalists which met in Panaji yesterday decided to seek legal advice on
the statement issued by Rajesh Singh, Press Liaison Officer to the Chief
Minister Manohar Parrikar, in connection with the meeting of GUJ delegation
with the Chief Minister. The executive committee after discussion felt that
the statement issued by the Liaison Officer appears to be ambiguous and
there was a need of its interpretation by a legal expert. (GT)

HOARDINGS FACE AXE: All hoardings-within 75 mts along the highways are
likely to get the axe from the authorities. A decision to crack a whip
against these hoardings was taken at a meeting convened by Chief Secretary
DS Negi with senior officials. (H)

BARS FOUND OPEN BEYOND 11 PM...: If the district authorities are to be
believed, than most bars in Margao will be forced to down shutters by 11 pm
on Thursday, on the eve of Diwali festival. The suggestion for the closure
of all bars by 11 pm was mooted by the Margao police on the eve of the
festival to maintain law and order during the Narkasura competitions. (H)

QUACK CONVICTED: A man (Anthony Fernandes of Cortalim), who ran a clinic
posing as an allopathic doctor, prescribed and also dispensed medicines and
was even visited by roving medical representatives, has now been convicted
for his illegal practice. (GT)

'CLOSE DOWN RED-LIGHT AREA': The Citizens Forum for Public Consciousness
(Vasco) has in a press release demanded that the authorities totally close
the red light area at Baina, Vasco, as soon as possible. It may be recalled
that recently the judiciary had directed that the 250 cubicles used for
carrying out the sex trade at Baina be closed. (H)

PLAN TO INCLUDE ALDONA IN MAPUSA PDA CONDEMNED: The Aldona Congress Block
Committee has condemned the government decision to include Aldona, Pomburpa
and Ecoxim in the Mapusa PDA.Similarly when the rates of all telephone
services are going down BSNL is increasing rental and decreasing free calls
thinking that every body is rich in Goa, MLA Dayanand Narvekar said. (H)

ROMAN SCRIPT GOOD FOR KONKANI: Director of Thomas Stephens Konkani Kendra Fr
Pratap Naik has stated that adopting the Roman script would be more
practical and viable for the standardization of Konkani. He was addressing
the one-day workshop for Roman Script Konkani Writers held at Pilar on
Sunday. This workshop was the first of its kind jointly organised by the Goa
Konkani Academy and "Vauraddeancho Ixtt" weekly. (H)

RESTRICTION AT OLD GOA BASILICA: The annual festivities of St Francis Xavier
begin on November 24 and end on December 3. In view of this, the religious
services will be continually held in the Basilica complex, and therefore no
guiding shall be allowed inside the Basilica (from November 23 to December
4) and silence is to be maintained by the tourists. Their bags and luggage
are also subject to inspection. (H)

SAMSUNG DIGITALL HOME LAUNCHED: Goa is a fast developing state in India and
as such Samsung India strives to provide the best quality services to its
customers in the State, said MB Lee, Vice President, marketing Samsung
India, who was in the city to inaugurate the first Samsung DigitAll home in
Goa. At the DigitAll Home the company's complete range of products are
displayed in an interactive manner. (GT)

AIRTEL PAINTING CONTEST: Airtel organised "Airtel Magic Aur Aap-The Club"
painting competition for children at the Children's Park, Campal, Panjim,
recently. (H)

S P O R T S

PY MORJIM AHEAD: Parish Youth, Morjim, scored a well deserved 2-0 victory
over Saligao United in the Siolim Parish Youth Cup, organised by Parish
Youth Siolim, at St Anthony's Church grounds, Siolim. (H)

PHADKE FOR ASSAM ODI: Mapusa-based Mr Vinod Phadke, Goa Cricket Association'
s general secretary, has been appointed observer for the One-Day
International (ODI) match between Australia and New Zealand to be played on
November 9 in Assam. (NT)

D E A T H S
21 Oct: Mumbai-Mahim: ALFRED ROSE: husband of Rita, son of late AMB
Rose/late Dolarosa, son-in-law of late AR Pais/Angela Pais, brother of
Elsie, Marshall and Albert, father of Schubert/Stephenie, Engelbert and
Alria/Pravin, brother-in-law of Tommy, John, Cressie, grandfather of
Shardae, Sachia and Ethan. Funeral on 23 October at 4 pm (St Michael's
Church, Mahim).
21 Oct: Ucassaim: EPIFANIA ROSARIA D'SOUZA: wife of late Sebastian,
mother of John/Merle (Canada), Theona/late Cupertino (Bombay), Cajie/Libby,
Ivy/late Ronnie (USA), Amy/late Paul, Allan/Susan (Canada) and Frank/Agnes
(Canada). Funeral on 22nd October at 4.00 pm at St Elizabeth Church,
Ucassaim.
20 Oct: Curtorim: ESPECIOSA NORONHA: wife of Vincent Augustin.
20 Oct: Siridao: ANTONIO MARQUES: husband of Lepoldin, Brother of
Joanita, Ruzai, father of Dalin, Jacklin, Minin and Arcanj.
21 Oct: Chandor-Cavorim: EULALIA DIAS: wife of Lourence, mother of
Agnes/Michael, Livia/Paul, Santana/Vincy and Inacio/Raquel.
21 Oct: Verna: RITA INACIA BARRETTO: wife of Antonio, mother of late
Domnick, Francis, Joaquim, Prudencia, Esperance, Fr Mariano (sfx), Sr Andrea
(sfn).
20 Oct: Carmona: ANTONIO LIBERADO PINTO: husband of Rosada, father of
Jacklina/Cassiano (Dubai).

G O A W E A T H E R
Temp: 29.6 degC (85.3 degF) at 9.30 am in Assagao-Goa.
Max Temp: 33.7 deg C; Min Temp: 26.3 deg C; Humidity: 74% (Official
figures for yesterday)
Rainfall so far: 2700.8 mm
Weather: After a lapse of three days, some sunlight shows up this morning
in Goa.

Courtesy: H=Herald, NT=The Navhind Times, GT= Gomantak Times

JOEL D'SOUZA, Assagao-Goa-India.
Website: www.goacom.com
Goacom News Clippings at: http://www.goacom.com/news
Webzine "GoaNOW": http://www.goacom.com/goanow
Bosco - Goanet Volunteer
2003-10-23 02:50:37 UTC
Permalink
On Thu, 23 Oct 2003 02:20:18 +0000, "tom carvalho" <carvalhotom at hotmail.com>
wrote:

Re: Late Alfred Rose.

To the best of my knowledge Alfred Rose was born in Lankdem, Carona and not in
Calvim.

T.J.Carvalho.
From: "Joel D'Souza"
Subject: [Goanet-news]22 OCT 2003: GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
Date: Wed, 22 Oct 2003 11:29:36 +0530
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
22 Oct 2003
MELODY KING, ALFRED ROSE DEAD: Alfred Rose, beloved of Goans the world over
for his Konkani songs as well as his melodious voice, is no more. He died at
his residence at Mahim, Mumbai, around 5 pm yesterday. With his death, a
long and glorious chapter in Goan Konkani music comes to an end. Alfred's
superb voice, his brilliant composing skills and songs with myriad themes,
all of which showed his love of his homeland Goa, got a rude jolt when
around 2000, he suffered a paralytic stroke that not only incapacitated his
entire side but also took away his most prized asset, his voice. (NT)
Alfred Rose was born on August 5, 1932 to AMB Rose and Dolorosa Fernandes
in Calvim, Aldona. He leaves behind his wife Rita, sons Schubert and
Engelbert and daughter Alria. You can hear a bit of Alfie's melodious voice
at http://www.goacom.com/goanow/2003/sep/Music.htm#top
October 16, 2003 - Silver Jubilee of the papacy of John Paul II
Joel D'Souza
2003-10-22 05:59:26 UTC
Permalink
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
22 Oct 2003

GOVT GETS GOING ON FILM FETE VENUE: The State government is all set to
plunge into activity in preparing for the International Film Festival of
India 2004, having had the brain storming session with Cannes International
Film Festival Managing Director Veronica Kayla and the Ministry of
Information and Broadcasting Joint Secretary Anjali Duggal yesterday and on
Monday.A Liaison Office will begin functioning from the old GMC premises and
will cater to inquiries coming from people interested to contribute their
talents, efforts and time towards the event. (GT)

MELODY KING, ALFRED ROSE DEAD: Alfred Rose, beloved of Goans the world over
for his Konkani songs as well as his melodious voice, is no more. He died at
his residence at Mahim, Mumbai, around 5 pm yesterday. With his death, a
long and glorious chapter in Goan Konkani music comes to an end. Alfred's
superb voice, his brilliant composing skills and songs with myriad themes,
all of which showed his love of his homeland Goa, got a rude jolt when
around 2000, he suffered a paralytic stroke that not only incapacitated his
entire side but also took away his most prized asset, his voice. (NT)
Alfred Rose was born on August 5, 1932 to AMB Rose and Dolorosa Fernandes
in Calvim, Aldona. He leaves behind his wife Rita, sons Schubert and
Engelbert and daughter Alria. You can hear a bit of Alfie's melodious voice
at http://www.goacom.com/goanow/2003/sep/Music.htm#top

MOU FOR SKY BUS VENTURE: The Goa government yesterday signed a Memorandum of
Understanding with the Konkan Railway Corporation to form a joint venture
company for the proposed Sky Bus project. According to the MoU, 50 per cent
of the equity capital of the company will be by the Goa government nominee
agency and the remaining 50 per cent will be by the KRC in kind as the
consideration towards licensing the technology to the company. (GT)

'HC ORDERS ENFORCED': Town and Country Planning Minister Atanasio Monserrate
justified the action of demolishing the gate built by the Cidade de Goa
management at Dona Paula, stating that it was to implement an order by the
Bombay High Court. (GT)

GOVT TEACHERS WARNED: The Department of Education, in a very strongly worded
notice issued yesterday, has urged government teachers to refrain from
engaging themselves in managements of profit and private businesses with
immediate effect. (H)

'BABUSH VIOLATED HC ORDER': Cidade de Goa Beach Resort chairman Audhoot
Timblo yesterday stated that Town and Country Planning Minister Babush
Monserrate had violated the High Court order and that he would seek legal
recourse for clarification of the order. (GT)

INDIA REFUSES VISAS TO PAK FOR SECURITY MEET IN GOA: India yesterday almost
confirmed that visas were denied to Pakistani delegates for a conference on
"South Asian security" to be held in Goa later this month since a few
foreigners were also going to participate in the meet. "The issue of third
parties getting involved (in India-Pakistan matters) has not found favour
with us," an External Affairs ministry spokesman told reporters in New
Delhi. (UNI report in H)

MINOR DERAILMENT AT TALPONA: A minor derailment of the 2617 Up
Ernakulam-Nizamuddin Mangala Express occurred at Talpona, Galigbaga, due to
a landslide on account of the heavy downpour recently. With nearly 2000
passengers on board the train at the time of the incident, no casualties
were, however, reported. (GT)

PANJIM, VASCO POTENTIAL AREAS FOR 'HEPATITIS E' OUTBREAK: A detailed study
done by the medical cell of the Goa Pradesh Congress Committee, has warned
that Panjim and Vasco are two potential areas for a possible 'Hepatitis E'
outbreak in the future, party general secretary, Dr Wilfred Mesquita, said
yesterday. (H)

GUJ TO SEEK LEGAL ADVICE: The executive committee of Goa Union of
Journalists which met in Panaji yesterday decided to seek legal advice on
the statement issued by Rajesh Singh, Press Liaison Officer to the Chief
Minister Manohar Parrikar, in connection with the meeting of GUJ delegation
with the Chief Minister. The executive committee after discussion felt that
the statement issued by the Liaison Officer appears to be ambiguous and
there was a need of its interpretation by a legal expert. (GT)

HOARDINGS FACE AXE: All hoardings-within 75 mts along the highways are
likely to get the axe from the authorities. A decision to crack a whip
against these hoardings was taken at a meeting convened by Chief Secretary
DS Negi with senior officials. (H)

BARS FOUND OPEN BEYOND 11 PM...: If the district authorities are to be
believed, than most bars in Margao will be forced to down shutters by 11 pm
on Thursday, on the eve of Diwali festival. The suggestion for the closure
of all bars by 11 pm was mooted by the Margao police on the eve of the
festival to maintain law and order during the Narkasura competitions. (H)

QUACK CONVICTED: A man (Anthony Fernandes of Cortalim), who ran a clinic
posing as an allopathic doctor, prescribed and also dispensed medicines and
was even visited by roving medical representatives, has now been convicted
for his illegal practice. (GT)

'CLOSE DOWN RED-LIGHT AREA': The Citizens Forum for Public Consciousness
(Vasco) has in a press release demanded that the authorities totally close
the red light area at Baina, Vasco, as soon as possible. It may be recalled
that recently the judiciary had directed that the 250 cubicles used for
carrying out the sex trade at Baina be closed. (H)

PLAN TO INCLUDE ALDONA IN MAPUSA PDA CONDEMNED: The Aldona Congress Block
Committee has condemned the government decision to include Aldona, Pomburpa
and Ecoxim in the Mapusa PDA.Similarly when the rates of all telephone
services are going down BSNL is increasing rental and decreasing free calls
thinking that every body is rich in Goa, MLA Dayanand Narvekar said. (H)

ROMAN SCRIPT GOOD FOR KONKANI: Director of Thomas Stephens Konkani Kendra Fr
Pratap Naik has stated that adopting the Roman script would be more
practical and viable for the standardization of Konkani. He was addressing
the one-day workshop for Roman Script Konkani Writers held at Pilar on
Sunday. This workshop was the first of its kind jointly organised by the Goa
Konkani Academy and "Vauraddeancho Ixtt" weekly. (H)

RESTRICTION AT OLD GOA BASILICA: The annual festivities of St Francis Xavier
begin on November 24 and end on December 3. In view of this, the religious
services will be continually held in the Basilica complex, and therefore no
guiding shall be allowed inside the Basilica (from November 23 to December
4) and silence is to be maintained by the tourists. Their bags and luggage
are also subject to inspection. (H)

SAMSUNG DIGITALL HOME LAUNCHED: Goa is a fast developing state in India and
as such Samsung India strives to provide the best quality services to its
customers in the State, said MB Lee, Vice President, marketing Samsung
India, who was in the city to inaugurate the first Samsung DigitAll home in
Goa. At the DigitAll Home the company's complete range of products are
displayed in an interactive manner. (GT)

AIRTEL PAINTING CONTEST: Airtel organised "Airtel Magic Aur Aap-The Club"
painting competition for children at the Children's Park, Campal, Panjim,
recently. (H)

S P O R T S

PY MORJIM AHEAD: Parish Youth, Morjim, scored a well deserved 2-0 victory
over Saligao United in the Siolim Parish Youth Cup, organised by Parish
Youth Siolim, at St Anthony's Church grounds, Siolim. (H)

PHADKE FOR ASSAM ODI: Mapusa-based Mr Vinod Phadke, Goa Cricket Association'
s general secretary, has been appointed observer for the One-Day
International (ODI) match between Australia and New Zealand to be played on
November 9 in Assam. (NT)

D E A T H S
21 Oct: Mumbai-Mahim: ALFRED ROSE: husband of Rita, son of late AMB
Rose/late Dolarosa, son-in-law of late AR Pais/Angela Pais, brother of
Elsie, Marshall and Albert, father of Schubert/Stephenie, Engelbert and
Alria/Pravin, brother-in-law of Tommy, John, Cressie, grandfather of
Shardae, Sachia and Ethan. Funeral on 23 October at 4 pm (St Michael's
Church, Mahim).
21 Oct: Ucassaim: EPIFANIA ROSARIA D'SOUZA: wife of late Sebastian,
mother of John/Merle (Canada), Theona/late Cupertino (Bombay), Cajie/Libby,
Ivy/late Ronnie (USA), Amy/late Paul, Allan/Susan (Canada) and Frank/Agnes
(Canada). Funeral on 22nd October at 4.00 pm at St Elizabeth Church,
Ucassaim.
20 Oct: Curtorim: ESPECIOSA NORONHA: wife of Vincent Augustin.
20 Oct: Siridao: ANTONIO MARQUES: husband of Lepoldin, Brother of
Joanita, Ruzai, father of Dalin, Jacklin, Minin and Arcanj.
21 Oct: Chandor-Cavorim: EULALIA DIAS: wife of Lourence, mother of
Agnes/Michael, Livia/Paul, Santana/Vincy and Inacio/Raquel.
21 Oct: Verna: RITA INACIA BARRETTO: wife of Antonio, mother of late
Domnick, Francis, Joaquim, Prudencia, Esperance, Fr Mariano (sfx), Sr Andrea
(sfn).
20 Oct: Carmona: ANTONIO LIBERADO PINTO: husband of Rosada, father of
Jacklina/Cassiano (Dubai).

G O A W E A T H E R
Temp: 29.6 degC (85.3 degF) at 9.30 am in Assagao-Goa.
Max Temp: 33.7 deg C; Min Temp: 26.3 deg C; Humidity: 74% (Official
figures for yesterday)
Rainfall so far: 2700.8 mm
Weather: After a lapse of three days, some sunlight shows up this morning
in Goa.

Courtesy: H=Herald, NT=The Navhind Times, GT= Gomantak Times

JOEL D'SOUZA, Assagao-Goa-India.
Website: www.goacom.com
Goacom News Clippings at: http://www.goacom.com/news
Webzine "GoaNOW": http://www.goacom.com/goanow
Bosco - Goanet Volunteer
2003-10-23 02:50:37 UTC
Permalink
On Thu, 23 Oct 2003 02:20:18 +0000, "tom carvalho" <carvalhotom at hotmail.com>
wrote:

Re: Late Alfred Rose.

To the best of my knowledge Alfred Rose was born in Lankdem, Carona and not in
Calvim.

T.J.Carvalho.
From: "Joel D'Souza"
Subject: [Goanet-news]22 OCT 2003: GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
Date: Wed, 22 Oct 2003 11:29:36 +0530
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
22 Oct 2003
MELODY KING, ALFRED ROSE DEAD: Alfred Rose, beloved of Goans the world over
for his Konkani songs as well as his melodious voice, is no more. He died at
his residence at Mahim, Mumbai, around 5 pm yesterday. With his death, a
long and glorious chapter in Goan Konkani music comes to an end. Alfred's
superb voice, his brilliant composing skills and songs with myriad themes,
all of which showed his love of his homeland Goa, got a rude jolt when
around 2000, he suffered a paralytic stroke that not only incapacitated his
entire side but also took away his most prized asset, his voice. (NT)
Alfred Rose was born on August 5, 1932 to AMB Rose and Dolorosa Fernandes
in Calvim, Aldona. He leaves behind his wife Rita, sons Schubert and
Engelbert and daughter Alria. You can hear a bit of Alfie's melodious voice
at http://www.goacom.com/goanow/2003/sep/Music.htm#top
October 16, 2003 - Silver Jubilee of the papacy of John Paul II

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