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P?yat finds no illegality in mega project, says Benaulim sarpanch
HERALD REPORTER
P?yat finds no illegality in mega project, says Benaulim sarpanch
HERALD REPORTER
MARGAO, NOV 7
Benaulim Sarpanch Carmelina Fernandes has said the Panchayat body is
bound to issue license/occupancy based on the TCP?s revised plan and
occupancy certificate as the Panchayat did not find any illegality
during inspection of the mega housing site.
Referring to the demand made by the people on the footpath access, the
Sarpanch said the Panchayat body had conducted a site inspection and
in the report dated May 4, 2006, it is clearly mentioned that the
complainants demanded that the builder should leave one meter access
towards the southern side of the property.
?However, out of goodwill, as the access is not even shown on the
survey plan and without any hesitation, the builder gave an access of
1.2 meters and the issue was amicably settled on May 4, 2006?, she
said, adding ?There is no question of claiming 1.5 meters access when
the demand was made for one meter, but the access was kept 1.2 meters
since May 4, 2006 till date?.
On the allegations lodged by the residents, the Sarpanch said it is
not correct that the Panchayat has always been favouring the builder
as the panchayat body had earlier issued stop work order dated June 6,
2008, but the same was challenged in the court.
On the garbage issue, she said that it was found on inspection that
the builder has put a STP plant as per TCP approved and showed the
working of the same in the presence of six members. Further, she said
that four soak pits and septic tanks were found and inside the project
as approved by the Town and Country Planning Act.

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Tension at Cotigao as law, tradition clash
HERALD CORRESPONDENT
Tension at Cotigao as law, tradition clash
HERALD CORRESPONDENT
CANACONA, NOV 7
In a direct conflict between law and tradition, a major showdown was
reportedly averted in Cotigao late Wednesday night over the hunting of
wild boars.
According to sources, traditional practices by certain communities
demand that residents taking part in a hunting spree, known as
?Bonvdi? (a group of people on a hunting mission) kill a wild boar to
please the gods on certain occasions during the year.
This week, the event was held on Wednesday night, where most of the
men folk, comprising groups from different locations, venture into the
forest to hunt a wild boar.

http://oheraldo.in/pagedetails.asp?nid=29625&cid=26

Construction raises stink in Curca
HERALD REPORTER
PANJIM, NOV 7
While residents of Dabolim raised an alarm bell over the blatant hill
cuttings in their area on Friday, the Village Panchayat of Curca,
Bambolim and Talaulim has shot letters to the Town and Country
Planning, Forest Department, Deputy Collector and police complaining
of hill cutting and felling of trees in Survey No 23/1 of Curca
village.

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Voice of Villagers oppose additional land for Verna industrial estate
HERALD REPORTER
MARGAO, NOV 7
Villagers of Nagoa, Verna, Loutolim, Cortalim and Quelossim under the
banner of Voice of Villagers have come out strongly against the
government?s plan to acquire huge chunk of additional land for the
expansion of the Verna Industrial Estate in and around Nagoa, Verna
and Loutolim.
They threatened to knock the doors of the Judiciary if the government
fails to address the genuine grievances having long term ramifications
for these villages.

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Permit or no permit, Canacona coast bustling with tourism activities
HERALD CORRESPONDENT
CANACONA, NOV 7
Permits or no permit, Canacona Municipal Council?s (CMC) coast is
bustling with tourism activities since last fortnight at the famed
Palolem beach.

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armstrong augusto vaz
2009-11-07 19:50:48 UTC
Permalink
P?yat finds no illegality in mega project, says Benaulim sarpanch
HERALD REPORTER
P?yat finds no illegality in mega project, says Benaulim sarpanch
HERALD REPORTER
MARGAO, NOV 7
Benaulim Sarpanch Carmelina Fernandes has said the Panchayat body is
bound to issue license/occupancy based on the TCP?s revised plan and
occupancy certificate as the Panchayat did not find any illegality
during inspection of the mega housing site.
Referring to the demand made by the people on the footpath access, the
Sarpanch said the Panchayat body had conducted a site inspection and
in the report dated May 4, 2006, it is clearly mentioned that the
complainants demanded that the builder should leave one meter access
towards the southern side of the property.
?However, out of goodwill, as the access is not even shown on the
survey plan and without any hesitation, the builder gave an access of
1.2 meters and the issue was amicably settled on May 4, 2006?, she
said, adding ?There is no question of claiming 1.5 meters access when
the demand was made for one meter, but the access was kept 1.2 meters
since May 4, 2006 till date?.
On the allegations lodged by the residents, the Sarpanch said it is
not correct that the Panchayat has always been favouring the builder
as the panchayat body had earlier issued stop work order dated June 6,
2008, but the same was challenged in the court.
On the garbage issue, she said that it was found on inspection that
the builder has put a STP plant as per TCP approved and showed the
working of the same in the presence of six members. Further, she said
that four soak pits and septic tanks were found and inside the project
as approved by the Town and Country Planning Act.

http://oheraldo.in/pagedetails.asp?nid=29622&cid=26

Tension at Cotigao as law, tradition clash
HERALD CORRESPONDENT
Tension at Cotigao as law, tradition clash
HERALD CORRESPONDENT
CANACONA, NOV 7
In a direct conflict between law and tradition, a major showdown was
reportedly averted in Cotigao late Wednesday night over the hunting of
wild boars.
According to sources, traditional practices by certain communities
demand that residents taking part in a hunting spree, known as
?Bonvdi? (a group of people on a hunting mission) kill a wild boar to
please the gods on certain occasions during the year.
This week, the event was held on Wednesday night, where most of the
men folk, comprising groups from different locations, venture into the
forest to hunt a wild boar.

http://oheraldo.in/pagedetails.asp?nid=29625&cid=26

Construction raises stink in Curca
HERALD REPORTER
PANJIM, NOV 7
While residents of Dabolim raised an alarm bell over the blatant hill
cuttings in their area on Friday, the Village Panchayat of Curca,
Bambolim and Talaulim has shot letters to the Town and Country
Planning, Forest Department, Deputy Collector and police complaining
of hill cutting and felling of trees in Survey No 23/1 of Curca
village.

http://oheraldo.in/pagedetails.asp?nid=29630&cid=26

Voice of Villagers oppose additional land for Verna industrial estate
HERALD REPORTER
MARGAO, NOV 7
Villagers of Nagoa, Verna, Loutolim, Cortalim and Quelossim under the
banner of Voice of Villagers have come out strongly against the
government?s plan to acquire huge chunk of additional land for the
expansion of the Verna Industrial Estate in and around Nagoa, Verna
and Loutolim.
They threatened to knock the doors of the Judiciary if the government
fails to address the genuine grievances having long term ramifications
for these villages.

http://oheraldo.in/pagedetails.asp?nid=29627&cid=26

Permit or no permit, Canacona coast bustling with tourism activities
HERALD CORRESPONDENT
CANACONA, NOV 7
Permits or no permit, Canacona Municipal Council?s (CMC) coast is
bustling with tourism activities since last fortnight at the famed
Palolem beach.

http://oheraldo.in/pagedetails.asp?nid=29617&cid=26
armstrong augusto vaz
2009-11-07 19:50:48 UTC
Permalink
P?yat finds no illegality in mega project, says Benaulim sarpanch
HERALD REPORTER
P?yat finds no illegality in mega project, says Benaulim sarpanch
HERALD REPORTER
MARGAO, NOV 7
Benaulim Sarpanch Carmelina Fernandes has said the Panchayat body is
bound to issue license/occupancy based on the TCP?s revised plan and
occupancy certificate as the Panchayat did not find any illegality
during inspection of the mega housing site.
Referring to the demand made by the people on the footpath access, the
Sarpanch said the Panchayat body had conducted a site inspection and
in the report dated May 4, 2006, it is clearly mentioned that the
complainants demanded that the builder should leave one meter access
towards the southern side of the property.
?However, out of goodwill, as the access is not even shown on the
survey plan and without any hesitation, the builder gave an access of
1.2 meters and the issue was amicably settled on May 4, 2006?, she
said, adding ?There is no question of claiming 1.5 meters access when
the demand was made for one meter, but the access was kept 1.2 meters
since May 4, 2006 till date?.
On the allegations lodged by the residents, the Sarpanch said it is
not correct that the Panchayat has always been favouring the builder
as the panchayat body had earlier issued stop work order dated June 6,
2008, but the same was challenged in the court.
On the garbage issue, she said that it was found on inspection that
the builder has put a STP plant as per TCP approved and showed the
working of the same in the presence of six members. Further, she said
that four soak pits and septic tanks were found and inside the project
as approved by the Town and Country Planning Act.

http://oheraldo.in/pagedetails.asp?nid=29622&cid=26

Tension at Cotigao as law, tradition clash
HERALD CORRESPONDENT
Tension at Cotigao as law, tradition clash
HERALD CORRESPONDENT
CANACONA, NOV 7
In a direct conflict between law and tradition, a major showdown was
reportedly averted in Cotigao late Wednesday night over the hunting of
wild boars.
According to sources, traditional practices by certain communities
demand that residents taking part in a hunting spree, known as
?Bonvdi? (a group of people on a hunting mission) kill a wild boar to
please the gods on certain occasions during the year.
This week, the event was held on Wednesday night, where most of the
men folk, comprising groups from different locations, venture into the
forest to hunt a wild boar.

http://oheraldo.in/pagedetails.asp?nid=29625&cid=26

Construction raises stink in Curca
HERALD REPORTER
PANJIM, NOV 7
While residents of Dabolim raised an alarm bell over the blatant hill
cuttings in their area on Friday, the Village Panchayat of Curca,
Bambolim and Talaulim has shot letters to the Town and Country
Planning, Forest Department, Deputy Collector and police complaining
of hill cutting and felling of trees in Survey No 23/1 of Curca
village.

http://oheraldo.in/pagedetails.asp?nid=29630&cid=26

Voice of Villagers oppose additional land for Verna industrial estate
HERALD REPORTER
MARGAO, NOV 7
Villagers of Nagoa, Verna, Loutolim, Cortalim and Quelossim under the
banner of Voice of Villagers have come out strongly against the
government?s plan to acquire huge chunk of additional land for the
expansion of the Verna Industrial Estate in and around Nagoa, Verna
and Loutolim.
They threatened to knock the doors of the Judiciary if the government
fails to address the genuine grievances having long term ramifications
for these villages.

http://oheraldo.in/pagedetails.asp?nid=29627&cid=26

Permit or no permit, Canacona coast bustling with tourism activities
HERALD CORRESPONDENT
CANACONA, NOV 7
Permits or no permit, Canacona Municipal Council?s (CMC) coast is
bustling with tourism activities since last fortnight at the famed
Palolem beach.

http://oheraldo.in/pagedetails.asp?nid=29617&cid=26
armstrong augusto vaz
2009-11-07 19:50:48 UTC
Permalink
P?yat finds no illegality in mega project, says Benaulim sarpanch
HERALD REPORTER
P?yat finds no illegality in mega project, says Benaulim sarpanch
HERALD REPORTER
MARGAO, NOV 7
Benaulim Sarpanch Carmelina Fernandes has said the Panchayat body is
bound to issue license/occupancy based on the TCP?s revised plan and
occupancy certificate as the Panchayat did not find any illegality
during inspection of the mega housing site.
Referring to the demand made by the people on the footpath access, the
Sarpanch said the Panchayat body had conducted a site inspection and
in the report dated May 4, 2006, it is clearly mentioned that the
complainants demanded that the builder should leave one meter access
towards the southern side of the property.
?However, out of goodwill, as the access is not even shown on the
survey plan and without any hesitation, the builder gave an access of
1.2 meters and the issue was amicably settled on May 4, 2006?, she
said, adding ?There is no question of claiming 1.5 meters access when
the demand was made for one meter, but the access was kept 1.2 meters
since May 4, 2006 till date?.
On the allegations lodged by the residents, the Sarpanch said it is
not correct that the Panchayat has always been favouring the builder
as the panchayat body had earlier issued stop work order dated June 6,
2008, but the same was challenged in the court.
On the garbage issue, she said that it was found on inspection that
the builder has put a STP plant as per TCP approved and showed the
working of the same in the presence of six members. Further, she said
that four soak pits and septic tanks were found and inside the project
as approved by the Town and Country Planning Act.

http://oheraldo.in/pagedetails.asp?nid=29622&cid=26

Tension at Cotigao as law, tradition clash
HERALD CORRESPONDENT
Tension at Cotigao as law, tradition clash
HERALD CORRESPONDENT
CANACONA, NOV 7
In a direct conflict between law and tradition, a major showdown was
reportedly averted in Cotigao late Wednesday night over the hunting of
wild boars.
According to sources, traditional practices by certain communities
demand that residents taking part in a hunting spree, known as
?Bonvdi? (a group of people on a hunting mission) kill a wild boar to
please the gods on certain occasions during the year.
This week, the event was held on Wednesday night, where most of the
men folk, comprising groups from different locations, venture into the
forest to hunt a wild boar.

http://oheraldo.in/pagedetails.asp?nid=29625&cid=26

Construction raises stink in Curca
HERALD REPORTER
PANJIM, NOV 7
While residents of Dabolim raised an alarm bell over the blatant hill
cuttings in their area on Friday, the Village Panchayat of Curca,
Bambolim and Talaulim has shot letters to the Town and Country
Planning, Forest Department, Deputy Collector and police complaining
of hill cutting and felling of trees in Survey No 23/1 of Curca
village.

http://oheraldo.in/pagedetails.asp?nid=29630&cid=26

Voice of Villagers oppose additional land for Verna industrial estate
HERALD REPORTER
MARGAO, NOV 7
Villagers of Nagoa, Verna, Loutolim, Cortalim and Quelossim under the
banner of Voice of Villagers have come out strongly against the
government?s plan to acquire huge chunk of additional land for the
expansion of the Verna Industrial Estate in and around Nagoa, Verna
and Loutolim.
They threatened to knock the doors of the Judiciary if the government
fails to address the genuine grievances having long term ramifications
for these villages.

http://oheraldo.in/pagedetails.asp?nid=29627&cid=26

Permit or no permit, Canacona coast bustling with tourism activities
HERALD CORRESPONDENT
CANACONA, NOV 7
Permits or no permit, Canacona Municipal Council?s (CMC) coast is
bustling with tourism activities since last fortnight at the famed
Palolem beach.

http://oheraldo.in/pagedetails.asp?nid=29617&cid=26
armstrong augusto vaz
2009-11-07 19:50:48 UTC
Permalink
P?yat finds no illegality in mega project, says Benaulim sarpanch
HERALD REPORTER
P?yat finds no illegality in mega project, says Benaulim sarpanch
HERALD REPORTER
MARGAO, NOV 7
Benaulim Sarpanch Carmelina Fernandes has said the Panchayat body is
bound to issue license/occupancy based on the TCP?s revised plan and
occupancy certificate as the Panchayat did not find any illegality
during inspection of the mega housing site.
Referring to the demand made by the people on the footpath access, the
Sarpanch said the Panchayat body had conducted a site inspection and
in the report dated May 4, 2006, it is clearly mentioned that the
complainants demanded that the builder should leave one meter access
towards the southern side of the property.
?However, out of goodwill, as the access is not even shown on the
survey plan and without any hesitation, the builder gave an access of
1.2 meters and the issue was amicably settled on May 4, 2006?, she
said, adding ?There is no question of claiming 1.5 meters access when
the demand was made for one meter, but the access was kept 1.2 meters
since May 4, 2006 till date?.
On the allegations lodged by the residents, the Sarpanch said it is
not correct that the Panchayat has always been favouring the builder
as the panchayat body had earlier issued stop work order dated June 6,
2008, but the same was challenged in the court.
On the garbage issue, she said that it was found on inspection that
the builder has put a STP plant as per TCP approved and showed the
working of the same in the presence of six members. Further, she said
that four soak pits and septic tanks were found and inside the project
as approved by the Town and Country Planning Act.

http://oheraldo.in/pagedetails.asp?nid=29622&cid=26

Tension at Cotigao as law, tradition clash
HERALD CORRESPONDENT
Tension at Cotigao as law, tradition clash
HERALD CORRESPONDENT
CANACONA, NOV 7
In a direct conflict between law and tradition, a major showdown was
reportedly averted in Cotigao late Wednesday night over the hunting of
wild boars.
According to sources, traditional practices by certain communities
demand that residents taking part in a hunting spree, known as
?Bonvdi? (a group of people on a hunting mission) kill a wild boar to
please the gods on certain occasions during the year.
This week, the event was held on Wednesday night, where most of the
men folk, comprising groups from different locations, venture into the
forest to hunt a wild boar.

http://oheraldo.in/pagedetails.asp?nid=29625&cid=26

Construction raises stink in Curca
HERALD REPORTER
PANJIM, NOV 7
While residents of Dabolim raised an alarm bell over the blatant hill
cuttings in their area on Friday, the Village Panchayat of Curca,
Bambolim and Talaulim has shot letters to the Town and Country
Planning, Forest Department, Deputy Collector and police complaining
of hill cutting and felling of trees in Survey No 23/1 of Curca
village.

http://oheraldo.in/pagedetails.asp?nid=29630&cid=26

Voice of Villagers oppose additional land for Verna industrial estate
HERALD REPORTER
MARGAO, NOV 7
Villagers of Nagoa, Verna, Loutolim, Cortalim and Quelossim under the
banner of Voice of Villagers have come out strongly against the
government?s plan to acquire huge chunk of additional land for the
expansion of the Verna Industrial Estate in and around Nagoa, Verna
and Loutolim.
They threatened to knock the doors of the Judiciary if the government
fails to address the genuine grievances having long term ramifications
for these villages.

http://oheraldo.in/pagedetails.asp?nid=29627&cid=26

Permit or no permit, Canacona coast bustling with tourism activities
HERALD CORRESPONDENT
CANACONA, NOV 7
Permits or no permit, Canacona Municipal Council?s (CMC) coast is
bustling with tourism activities since last fortnight at the famed
Palolem beach.

http://oheraldo.in/pagedetails.asp?nid=29617&cid=26
armstrong augusto vaz
2009-11-07 19:50:48 UTC
Permalink
P?yat finds no illegality in mega project, says Benaulim sarpanch
HERALD REPORTER
P?yat finds no illegality in mega project, says Benaulim sarpanch
HERALD REPORTER
MARGAO, NOV 7
Benaulim Sarpanch Carmelina Fernandes has said the Panchayat body is
bound to issue license/occupancy based on the TCP?s revised plan and
occupancy certificate as the Panchayat did not find any illegality
during inspection of the mega housing site.
Referring to the demand made by the people on the footpath access, the
Sarpanch said the Panchayat body had conducted a site inspection and
in the report dated May 4, 2006, it is clearly mentioned that the
complainants demanded that the builder should leave one meter access
towards the southern side of the property.
?However, out of goodwill, as the access is not even shown on the
survey plan and without any hesitation, the builder gave an access of
1.2 meters and the issue was amicably settled on May 4, 2006?, she
said, adding ?There is no question of claiming 1.5 meters access when
the demand was made for one meter, but the access was kept 1.2 meters
since May 4, 2006 till date?.
On the allegations lodged by the residents, the Sarpanch said it is
not correct that the Panchayat has always been favouring the builder
as the panchayat body had earlier issued stop work order dated June 6,
2008, but the same was challenged in the court.
On the garbage issue, she said that it was found on inspection that
the builder has put a STP plant as per TCP approved and showed the
working of the same in the presence of six members. Further, she said
that four soak pits and septic tanks were found and inside the project
as approved by the Town and Country Planning Act.

http://oheraldo.in/pagedetails.asp?nid=29622&cid=26

Tension at Cotigao as law, tradition clash
HERALD CORRESPONDENT
Tension at Cotigao as law, tradition clash
HERALD CORRESPONDENT
CANACONA, NOV 7
In a direct conflict between law and tradition, a major showdown was
reportedly averted in Cotigao late Wednesday night over the hunting of
wild boars.
According to sources, traditional practices by certain communities
demand that residents taking part in a hunting spree, known as
?Bonvdi? (a group of people on a hunting mission) kill a wild boar to
please the gods on certain occasions during the year.
This week, the event was held on Wednesday night, where most of the
men folk, comprising groups from different locations, venture into the
forest to hunt a wild boar.

http://oheraldo.in/pagedetails.asp?nid=29625&cid=26

Construction raises stink in Curca
HERALD REPORTER
PANJIM, NOV 7
While residents of Dabolim raised an alarm bell over the blatant hill
cuttings in their area on Friday, the Village Panchayat of Curca,
Bambolim and Talaulim has shot letters to the Town and Country
Planning, Forest Department, Deputy Collector and police complaining
of hill cutting and felling of trees in Survey No 23/1 of Curca
village.

http://oheraldo.in/pagedetails.asp?nid=29630&cid=26

Voice of Villagers oppose additional land for Verna industrial estate
HERALD REPORTER
MARGAO, NOV 7
Villagers of Nagoa, Verna, Loutolim, Cortalim and Quelossim under the
banner of Voice of Villagers have come out strongly against the
government?s plan to acquire huge chunk of additional land for the
expansion of the Verna Industrial Estate in and around Nagoa, Verna
and Loutolim.
They threatened to knock the doors of the Judiciary if the government
fails to address the genuine grievances having long term ramifications
for these villages.

http://oheraldo.in/pagedetails.asp?nid=29627&cid=26

Permit or no permit, Canacona coast bustling with tourism activities
HERALD CORRESPONDENT
CANACONA, NOV 7
Permits or no permit, Canacona Municipal Council?s (CMC) coast is
bustling with tourism activities since last fortnight at the famed
Palolem beach.

http://oheraldo.in/pagedetails.asp?nid=29617&cid=26

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