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GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
28 Nov 2003

EXTRA FAST ATTACK CRAFT LAUNCHED: The fourth in a series of state-of-the-art
Naval Extra Fast Attack Craft was launched at the Goa Shipyard yesterday
(Nov 27) morning. The light, well armed vessel has the capacity to perform
patrolling, fast attack and insertion roles in times of war and peace. Built
in collaboration with Israel-based Ramta, the craft is one of the fastest of
its kind in the world and the smallest vessel in the Indian Navy's fleet.
(GT)

LOOKOUT FOR TELGI'S VASCO LINK: The brain behind the multi-crore stamp
scandal Abdul Kareem Telgi's only link with Goa, was not mere herbal baths
or exotic massages. According to a website hosted by (Stamp Scam
Investigation Team) one of the accused in the mind-boggling racket has a Goa
address. Vasco to be precise. The website www.stampit.info lists one Masood
Ali Sheikh, a resident of Vasco, as one of the missing links in the Telgi
scandal. (H)

IFFI: GSIDC ALLAYS FEARS: With the International Film Festival of India 2004
barely a year away and apprehensions in some quarters rising about the
'haziness' over the plan of action, Goa State Infrastructure Development
Corporation sought to allay these fears and assured an interaction after the
leading consultant to the project is appointed. (GT)

MANDREKAR, ARLEKAR GET 4 WEEKS TO REPLY: Agriculture Minister Dayanand
Mandrekar and BJP president Rajendra Arlekar, sought and were granted four
weeks' time by the Supreme Court in the petitions seeking their
disqualification as legislators. (H)

NARVEKAR UPBEAT: Deputy leader of the Opposition Dayanand Narvekar yesterday
expressed confidence that the Congress High Command would depute an observer
to ascertain the views of MLAs seeking a change in the leadership of the
Congress Legislative Party, soon after the Assembly polls in four states.
(GT)

D.I.G. RELIEVED: The high profile Deputy Inspector General (of Police),
Karnal Singh, who was under intense media glare for the better part of his
52-month stint in Panaji, made a rather inconspicuous exit from Goa on
Thursday (27 Nov) after the Ministry of Home Affairs had issued his transfer
orders. (H)

CANOE SEIZED: The Harbour police yesterday seized a motor canoe in the
Arabian Sea for illegally ferrying 27 passengers to 'Grand Island' located
in the sea. (NT)

RAILWAY TOURISM IS HERE TO STAY: Railway-based tourism is here to stay. Goa
is one of the destinations on the route of Indian Railways' ultra-luxurious
Deccan Odyssey train. Built at a cost of Rs.32 crore the train boasts of 48
deluxe suites that will cost tourists $350, per person, per day. While the
train will stop at Goa on the third day, where the passengers will enjoy a
river cruise and authentic Goan food, other stops will include Ratnagiri,
Sindhudurg, Pune and Aurangabad. (GT)

THOUSANDS THRONG MARGAO: Around four to five thousand people flocked to the
Rajendra Prasad stadium in Margao on Thursday (Nov 27) evening on the first
day of the four-day Goa Prayer Festival 2003, conducted by the renowned
Chennai-based Dhinakarans, known all over the world as messengers of love
and peace. The prayer festival was declared open at the hands of Rev Fr SV
Sampath Kumar, the Bishop of the Methodist Churches of Tamil Nadu, Goa,
Karnataka, Pondichery and Andamans. (H)

AMAZING SWISS COVER TOURIST SPOTS ON FOOT: These 12 Swiss men and women are
the original eco tourists. All of them, including an 85-year-old woman,
spent several hours over the past two weeks hiking their way to some of Goa'
s most scenic tourist sports. They walked their way to Tambdi Surla and the
Dudhsagar Falls, Cotigao and Bondla Wildlife sanctuaries, and from Marcela
to the spice plantations at Savoi Verem. And they loved every moment, with
only the heat playing spoil sport at times. (Reuven Proenca in GT)

THEFT AT ANJUNA: Some unknown persons stole away valuable articles from a
Zen car which wars parked near a hotel in Anjuna yesterday, according to a
complaint filed by Gimmy Fernandes, a resident of Colva. (H)

TOURIST DEAD: A 40-year-old French national, Minignan Paul, was found dead
in a guest house at Colva. Paul arrived in Goa on 24 November and booked in
a guest house at Colva. (GT)

FOURTH CENTENARY OF GUIRIM CHURCH: St Diego's church in Guirim is
celebrating it's 400th year of existence. A year-long celebration has been
planned around the theme "Renew and build community". The solemn
inauguration was held with the lighting of the traditional lamp by Rev Fr
Roland Salema, Episcopal Vicar, during the concelebrated feast mass on
November 16. (H)

"PANJIM PLUS": The November 03 issue of Panjim Plus, a 16-page pull-out,
carries: Life along the nullah (S Inez); Adorable Adorabelle: Miss Goa 03;
Panjim Revisited: UK-based ace Goan swimmer Kenneth Coelho; Making Panjim a
Better Place: Suggestions from our readers; Interview: Vincent Verodiano
awardee Prof Isabel S. R Vaz; Heritage: Massano de Amorim and the
forthcoming festivals; Food Review: White House Restaurant at Dona Paula;
Preview: Painting (Greta Eva Pereira) & Photo Exhibition (Thomas Vaz); Kids
Next Door: Ketan Bhobe; etc. (plusgroup at sancharnet.in)

RELEASE OF "TRAGEDY QUEEN": After super hit album "Dhinvas", Querobina
Carvalho will be releasing her second super hit Konkani album "Tragedy
Queen" on November 30. The album comprises 12 hit songs, rendered by Jr
Rod, Osvi Viegas, Nelson, Lawry, Roma, Bab Andrew, Menino Mario and
Querobina Carvalho. Music is by maestro Josinho. (H)

BMX-GOA MEET: The second meeting of BMX-Goa (Britto's, Mary's, Xavier's)
will be held on November 30 from 11 am to 1 pm at the Seminar Hall of St
Xavier's College, Mapusa. Xavier's Principal Newman Fernandes will also
attend the meeting, along with Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar, an alumni of
Xavier's. (H)

PAINTING EXHIBITION: Cultural Secretary Jayashree Raghumaran will inaugurate
children's painting exhibition at the Art Gallery, Kala Academy, at 4 pm.
The exhibition will remain open till 30 November.

FOUNDATION STONE: Power Minister Digamber Kamat will lay the foundation
stone for the school building construction of Our Lady of Rosary Church,
Fatorda, today at 10 am.

BEST CADET: Thirty-four cadets of the NCC unit of Rosary College of Commerce
and Arts, Navelim, participated in ATC 2003 held at Torsem-Pernem recently.
The best cadet prize was awarded to Remon Gomes of the NCC unit of the
college. (GT)

KORGAONKAR FOR FLORIDA: Mr Vivekanand Korgaonkar, who has passed his MTech
in mathematics and computing from IIT, Delhi, recently left for the US for
further studies. He has been selected for MS in computer science at
University of Florida. (NT)

S P O R T S

MPT PIP NAPOLI: Napoli SC, Benaulim, staged a recovery but that was wee bit
late before they went down 1-2 to MPT in the GFA's First Division Football
League at CRC Sports Complex, Chinchinim. In the other match played at Tilak
Maidan in Vasco, Corps of Signals and Goa Police SC played a goalless draw.
(GT)

DERRICK, REMY SHARE HONOURS: The third day of the National Windsurfing
championships saw several close fights amongst the sailors at Calangute
yesterday. The first race of the day saw Derrick power away at the start
followed closely by Remy, Donald, Maneck and Charlie.

G R E E T I N G S
28 Nov: ELVITO A CARVALHO, Britona, Penha de France, Goa: HAPPY BIRTHDAY,
god pa. Look how young u r. May god bless u with many more to come. Love n
god bless. We love u all. Godchild Clinton, Mom N Dad Canada, Shana From
Dubai. ("francisca soans" fcsoans at hotmail.com)

D E A T H S
26 Nov: Assagao: ALZIRA RAMOS BAPTISTA: relict of late Casimiro Paulo
Maria Lucio Baptista, mother of Maria do Ceu, Eustaquio, Fr Querobino
(Parish Priest, Cunchelim), Gloria, sister of late Dr Benigno Francisco
Ramos (Portugal), sister-in-law of Maria (Portugal), late Joseph, late
Natalino/Ismenia (ex-Mombasa). Funeral will leave residence at Socolvaddo,
Assagao, at 4 pm on 28th Nov to St Cajetan's Church.
Nov 22: Thornton Heath, Surrey, UK: JULES FERNANDES (Ex Nairobi):
Brother of Veronica (late Blazio), Theo (late Louissa), Franco/Ciria,
Clara/John, late Anthony, Johnnie/Gelatta, Mike/Cynthia, Joey/Phyllis, Zac.
Funeral Service will take place at 10:00 a.m. at St. Andrew's Church, Brook
Road, Thornton Heath on Monday, December 15. Condolences to:
mfernandes at elmers.com
23 Nov: Divar-Naroa: PASCOAL TOME DIAS: husband of Maria, father of
Estevam, Seby,
Esly/Mario and Kevin Dias.
26 Nov: Oxel-Siolim: THEODORE D'SOUZA, husband of Caroline, father of
Gabriel/Margaret, grandfather of Dion and Donna.
27 Nov: Santa Cruz: MOHAN KURUP: husband of Sindu, father of Rahul.
27 Nov: Margao: PROF JOAQUIM PEREIRA: husband of Georgina, father of
Fatima/Edward Duarte, Terezinha and Fr Aniceto.
27 Nov: Cansaulim: LOVINIA DA COSTA: Daughter of late Heliodoro/late
Lavinia, sister/sister-in-law of late Leonor, late Ida, late Alvaro/late
Sofia, late Palmira/late Jose Pinto, late Jose, late Anita, late Lindorfo.
27 Nov: Panjim-Fontainhas: MARIA FRANCISCA RODRIGUES: relict of Andre
Santana, mother of Glerio/Zulema, late Viriato/Sally, Fidelia/Manuel,
Edna/Victor.
15 Nov: Velsao: CAETANO ROSARIO DE SOUZA, son of late Elisen/late Malvina
Godinho, husband of Mabel, brother-in-law of Nora, uncle of Garth.

G O A W E A T H E R
Temp: 21.3 degC (70.3degF) at 8.30 am in Assagao-Goa.
Max Temp: 35.1 deg C; Min Temp: 21.4 deg C; Humidity: 55% (Official
figures for yesterday)
Weather: The morning is cooler than yesterday.

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
Joel D'Souza
2003-11-28 04:07:11 UTC
Permalink
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
28 Nov 2003

EXTRA FAST ATTACK CRAFT LAUNCHED: The fourth in a series of state-of-the-art
Naval Extra Fast Attack Craft was launched at the Goa Shipyard yesterday
(Nov 27) morning. The light, well armed vessel has the capacity to perform
patrolling, fast attack and insertion roles in times of war and peace. Built
in collaboration with Israel-based Ramta, the craft is one of the fastest of
its kind in the world and the smallest vessel in the Indian Navy's fleet.
(GT)

LOOKOUT FOR TELGI'S VASCO LINK: The brain behind the multi-crore stamp
scandal Abdul Kareem Telgi's only link with Goa, was not mere herbal baths
or exotic massages. According to a website hosted by (Stamp Scam
Investigation Team) one of the accused in the mind-boggling racket has a Goa
address. Vasco to be precise. The website www.stampit.info lists one Masood
Ali Sheikh, a resident of Vasco, as one of the missing links in the Telgi
scandal. (H)

IFFI: GSIDC ALLAYS FEARS: With the International Film Festival of India 2004
barely a year away and apprehensions in some quarters rising about the
'haziness' over the plan of action, Goa State Infrastructure Development
Corporation sought to allay these fears and assured an interaction after the
leading consultant to the project is appointed. (GT)

MANDREKAR, ARLEKAR GET 4 WEEKS TO REPLY: Agriculture Minister Dayanand
Mandrekar and BJP president Rajendra Arlekar, sought and were granted four
weeks' time by the Supreme Court in the petitions seeking their
disqualification as legislators. (H)

NARVEKAR UPBEAT: Deputy leader of the Opposition Dayanand Narvekar yesterday
expressed confidence that the Congress High Command would depute an observer
to ascertain the views of MLAs seeking a change in the leadership of the
Congress Legislative Party, soon after the Assembly polls in four states.
(GT)

D.I.G. RELIEVED: The high profile Deputy Inspector General (of Police),
Karnal Singh, who was under intense media glare for the better part of his
52-month stint in Panaji, made a rather inconspicuous exit from Goa on
Thursday (27 Nov) after the Ministry of Home Affairs had issued his transfer
orders. (H)

CANOE SEIZED: The Harbour police yesterday seized a motor canoe in the
Arabian Sea for illegally ferrying 27 passengers to 'Grand Island' located
in the sea. (NT)

RAILWAY TOURISM IS HERE TO STAY: Railway-based tourism is here to stay. Goa
is one of the destinations on the route of Indian Railways' ultra-luxurious
Deccan Odyssey train. Built at a cost of Rs.32 crore the train boasts of 48
deluxe suites that will cost tourists $350, per person, per day. While the
train will stop at Goa on the third day, where the passengers will enjoy a
river cruise and authentic Goan food, other stops will include Ratnagiri,
Sindhudurg, Pune and Aurangabad. (GT)

THOUSANDS THRONG MARGAO: Around four to five thousand people flocked to the
Rajendra Prasad stadium in Margao on Thursday (Nov 27) evening on the first
day of the four-day Goa Prayer Festival 2003, conducted by the renowned
Chennai-based Dhinakarans, known all over the world as messengers of love
and peace. The prayer festival was declared open at the hands of Rev Fr SV
Sampath Kumar, the Bishop of the Methodist Churches of Tamil Nadu, Goa,
Karnataka, Pondichery and Andamans. (H)

AMAZING SWISS COVER TOURIST SPOTS ON FOOT: These 12 Swiss men and women are
the original eco tourists. All of them, including an 85-year-old woman,
spent several hours over the past two weeks hiking their way to some of Goa'
s most scenic tourist sports. They walked their way to Tambdi Surla and the
Dudhsagar Falls, Cotigao and Bondla Wildlife sanctuaries, and from Marcela
to the spice plantations at Savoi Verem. And they loved every moment, with
only the heat playing spoil sport at times. (Reuven Proenca in GT)

THEFT AT ANJUNA: Some unknown persons stole away valuable articles from a
Zen car which wars parked near a hotel in Anjuna yesterday, according to a
complaint filed by Gimmy Fernandes, a resident of Colva. (H)

TOURIST DEAD: A 40-year-old French national, Minignan Paul, was found dead
in a guest house at Colva. Paul arrived in Goa on 24 November and booked in
a guest house at Colva. (GT)

FOURTH CENTENARY OF GUIRIM CHURCH: St Diego's church in Guirim is
celebrating it's 400th year of existence. A year-long celebration has been
planned around the theme "Renew and build community". The solemn
inauguration was held with the lighting of the traditional lamp by Rev Fr
Roland Salema, Episcopal Vicar, during the concelebrated feast mass on
November 16. (H)

"PANJIM PLUS": The November 03 issue of Panjim Plus, a 16-page pull-out,
carries: Life along the nullah (S Inez); Adorable Adorabelle: Miss Goa 03;
Panjim Revisited: UK-based ace Goan swimmer Kenneth Coelho; Making Panjim a
Better Place: Suggestions from our readers; Interview: Vincent Verodiano
awardee Prof Isabel S. R Vaz; Heritage: Massano de Amorim and the
forthcoming festivals; Food Review: White House Restaurant at Dona Paula;
Preview: Painting (Greta Eva Pereira) & Photo Exhibition (Thomas Vaz); Kids
Next Door: Ketan Bhobe; etc. (plusgroup at sancharnet.in)

RELEASE OF "TRAGEDY QUEEN": After super hit album "Dhinvas", Querobina
Carvalho will be releasing her second super hit Konkani album "Tragedy
Queen" on November 30. The album comprises 12 hit songs, rendered by Jr
Rod, Osvi Viegas, Nelson, Lawry, Roma, Bab Andrew, Menino Mario and
Querobina Carvalho. Music is by maestro Josinho. (H)

BMX-GOA MEET: The second meeting of BMX-Goa (Britto's, Mary's, Xavier's)
will be held on November 30 from 11 am to 1 pm at the Seminar Hall of St
Xavier's College, Mapusa. Xavier's Principal Newman Fernandes will also
attend the meeting, along with Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar, an alumni of
Xavier's. (H)

PAINTING EXHIBITION: Cultural Secretary Jayashree Raghumaran will inaugurate
children's painting exhibition at the Art Gallery, Kala Academy, at 4 pm.
The exhibition will remain open till 30 November.

FOUNDATION STONE: Power Minister Digamber Kamat will lay the foundation
stone for the school building construction of Our Lady of Rosary Church,
Fatorda, today at 10 am.

BEST CADET: Thirty-four cadets of the NCC unit of Rosary College of Commerce
and Arts, Navelim, participated in ATC 2003 held at Torsem-Pernem recently.
The best cadet prize was awarded to Remon Gomes of the NCC unit of the
college. (GT)

KORGAONKAR FOR FLORIDA: Mr Vivekanand Korgaonkar, who has passed his MTech
in mathematics and computing from IIT, Delhi, recently left for the US for
further studies. He has been selected for MS in computer science at
University of Florida. (NT)

S P O R T S

MPT PIP NAPOLI: Napoli SC, Benaulim, staged a recovery but that was wee bit
late before they went down 1-2 to MPT in the GFA's First Division Football
League at CRC Sports Complex, Chinchinim. In the other match played at Tilak
Maidan in Vasco, Corps of Signals and Goa Police SC played a goalless draw.
(GT)

DERRICK, REMY SHARE HONOURS: The third day of the National Windsurfing
championships saw several close fights amongst the sailors at Calangute
yesterday. The first race of the day saw Derrick power away at the start
followed closely by Remy, Donald, Maneck and Charlie.

G R E E T I N G S
28 Nov: ELVITO A CARVALHO, Britona, Penha de France, Goa: HAPPY BIRTHDAY,
god pa. Look how young u r. May god bless u with many more to come. Love n
god bless. We love u all. Godchild Clinton, Mom N Dad Canada, Shana From
Dubai. ("francisca soans" fcsoans at hotmail.com)

D E A T H S
26 Nov: Assagao: ALZIRA RAMOS BAPTISTA: relict of late Casimiro Paulo
Maria Lucio Baptista, mother of Maria do Ceu, Eustaquio, Fr Querobino
(Parish Priest, Cunchelim), Gloria, sister of late Dr Benigno Francisco
Ramos (Portugal), sister-in-law of Maria (Portugal), late Joseph, late
Natalino/Ismenia (ex-Mombasa). Funeral will leave residence at Socolvaddo,
Assagao, at 4 pm on 28th Nov to St Cajetan's Church.
Nov 22: Thornton Heath, Surrey, UK: JULES FERNANDES (Ex Nairobi):
Brother of Veronica (late Blazio), Theo (late Louissa), Franco/Ciria,
Clara/John, late Anthony, Johnnie/Gelatta, Mike/Cynthia, Joey/Phyllis, Zac.
Funeral Service will take place at 10:00 a.m. at St. Andrew's Church, Brook
Road, Thornton Heath on Monday, December 15. Condolences to:
mfernandes at elmers.com
23 Nov: Divar-Naroa: PASCOAL TOME DIAS: husband of Maria, father of
Estevam, Seby,
Esly/Mario and Kevin Dias.
26 Nov: Oxel-Siolim: THEODORE D'SOUZA, husband of Caroline, father of
Gabriel/Margaret, grandfather of Dion and Donna.
27 Nov: Santa Cruz: MOHAN KURUP: husband of Sindu, father of Rahul.
27 Nov: Margao: PROF JOAQUIM PEREIRA: husband of Georgina, father of
Fatima/Edward Duarte, Terezinha and Fr Aniceto.
27 Nov: Cansaulim: LOVINIA DA COSTA: Daughter of late Heliodoro/late
Lavinia, sister/sister-in-law of late Leonor, late Ida, late Alvaro/late
Sofia, late Palmira/late Jose Pinto, late Jose, late Anita, late Lindorfo.
27 Nov: Panjim-Fontainhas: MARIA FRANCISCA RODRIGUES: relict of Andre
Santana, mother of Glerio/Zulema, late Viriato/Sally, Fidelia/Manuel,
Edna/Victor.
15 Nov: Velsao: CAETANO ROSARIO DE SOUZA, son of late Elisen/late Malvina
Godinho, husband of Mabel, brother-in-law of Nora, uncle of Garth.

G O A W E A T H E R
Temp: 21.3 degC (70.3degF) at 8.30 am in Assagao-Goa.
Max Temp: 35.1 deg C; Min Temp: 21.4 deg C; Humidity: 55% (Official
figures for yesterday)
Weather: The morning is cooler than yesterday.

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
Joel D'Souza
2003-11-28 04:07:11 UTC
Permalink
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
28 Nov 2003

EXTRA FAST ATTACK CRAFT LAUNCHED: The fourth in a series of state-of-the-art
Naval Extra Fast Attack Craft was launched at the Goa Shipyard yesterday
(Nov 27) morning. The light, well armed vessel has the capacity to perform
patrolling, fast attack and insertion roles in times of war and peace. Built
in collaboration with Israel-based Ramta, the craft is one of the fastest of
its kind in the world and the smallest vessel in the Indian Navy's fleet.
(GT)

LOOKOUT FOR TELGI'S VASCO LINK: The brain behind the multi-crore stamp
scandal Abdul Kareem Telgi's only link with Goa, was not mere herbal baths
or exotic massages. According to a website hosted by (Stamp Scam
Investigation Team) one of the accused in the mind-boggling racket has a Goa
address. Vasco to be precise. The website www.stampit.info lists one Masood
Ali Sheikh, a resident of Vasco, as one of the missing links in the Telgi
scandal. (H)

IFFI: GSIDC ALLAYS FEARS: With the International Film Festival of India 2004
barely a year away and apprehensions in some quarters rising about the
'haziness' over the plan of action, Goa State Infrastructure Development
Corporation sought to allay these fears and assured an interaction after the
leading consultant to the project is appointed. (GT)

MANDREKAR, ARLEKAR GET 4 WEEKS TO REPLY: Agriculture Minister Dayanand
Mandrekar and BJP president Rajendra Arlekar, sought and were granted four
weeks' time by the Supreme Court in the petitions seeking their
disqualification as legislators. (H)

NARVEKAR UPBEAT: Deputy leader of the Opposition Dayanand Narvekar yesterday
expressed confidence that the Congress High Command would depute an observer
to ascertain the views of MLAs seeking a change in the leadership of the
Congress Legislative Party, soon after the Assembly polls in four states.
(GT)

D.I.G. RELIEVED: The high profile Deputy Inspector General (of Police),
Karnal Singh, who was under intense media glare for the better part of his
52-month stint in Panaji, made a rather inconspicuous exit from Goa on
Thursday (27 Nov) after the Ministry of Home Affairs had issued his transfer
orders. (H)

CANOE SEIZED: The Harbour police yesterday seized a motor canoe in the
Arabian Sea for illegally ferrying 27 passengers to 'Grand Island' located
in the sea. (NT)

RAILWAY TOURISM IS HERE TO STAY: Railway-based tourism is here to stay. Goa
is one of the destinations on the route of Indian Railways' ultra-luxurious
Deccan Odyssey train. Built at a cost of Rs.32 crore the train boasts of 48
deluxe suites that will cost tourists $350, per person, per day. While the
train will stop at Goa on the third day, where the passengers will enjoy a
river cruise and authentic Goan food, other stops will include Ratnagiri,
Sindhudurg, Pune and Aurangabad. (GT)

THOUSANDS THRONG MARGAO: Around four to five thousand people flocked to the
Rajendra Prasad stadium in Margao on Thursday (Nov 27) evening on the first
day of the four-day Goa Prayer Festival 2003, conducted by the renowned
Chennai-based Dhinakarans, known all over the world as messengers of love
and peace. The prayer festival was declared open at the hands of Rev Fr SV
Sampath Kumar, the Bishop of the Methodist Churches of Tamil Nadu, Goa,
Karnataka, Pondichery and Andamans. (H)

AMAZING SWISS COVER TOURIST SPOTS ON FOOT: These 12 Swiss men and women are
the original eco tourists. All of them, including an 85-year-old woman,
spent several hours over the past two weeks hiking their way to some of Goa'
s most scenic tourist sports. They walked their way to Tambdi Surla and the
Dudhsagar Falls, Cotigao and Bondla Wildlife sanctuaries, and from Marcela
to the spice plantations at Savoi Verem. And they loved every moment, with
only the heat playing spoil sport at times. (Reuven Proenca in GT)

THEFT AT ANJUNA: Some unknown persons stole away valuable articles from a
Zen car which wars parked near a hotel in Anjuna yesterday, according to a
complaint filed by Gimmy Fernandes, a resident of Colva. (H)

TOURIST DEAD: A 40-year-old French national, Minignan Paul, was found dead
in a guest house at Colva. Paul arrived in Goa on 24 November and booked in
a guest house at Colva. (GT)

FOURTH CENTENARY OF GUIRIM CHURCH: St Diego's church in Guirim is
celebrating it's 400th year of existence. A year-long celebration has been
planned around the theme "Renew and build community". The solemn
inauguration was held with the lighting of the traditional lamp by Rev Fr
Roland Salema, Episcopal Vicar, during the concelebrated feast mass on
November 16. (H)

"PANJIM PLUS": The November 03 issue of Panjim Plus, a 16-page pull-out,
carries: Life along the nullah (S Inez); Adorable Adorabelle: Miss Goa 03;
Panjim Revisited: UK-based ace Goan swimmer Kenneth Coelho; Making Panjim a
Better Place: Suggestions from our readers; Interview: Vincent Verodiano
awardee Prof Isabel S. R Vaz; Heritage: Massano de Amorim and the
forthcoming festivals; Food Review: White House Restaurant at Dona Paula;
Preview: Painting (Greta Eva Pereira) & Photo Exhibition (Thomas Vaz); Kids
Next Door: Ketan Bhobe; etc. (plusgroup at sancharnet.in)

RELEASE OF "TRAGEDY QUEEN": After super hit album "Dhinvas", Querobina
Carvalho will be releasing her second super hit Konkani album "Tragedy
Queen" on November 30. The album comprises 12 hit songs, rendered by Jr
Rod, Osvi Viegas, Nelson, Lawry, Roma, Bab Andrew, Menino Mario and
Querobina Carvalho. Music is by maestro Josinho. (H)

BMX-GOA MEET: The second meeting of BMX-Goa (Britto's, Mary's, Xavier's)
will be held on November 30 from 11 am to 1 pm at the Seminar Hall of St
Xavier's College, Mapusa. Xavier's Principal Newman Fernandes will also
attend the meeting, along with Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar, an alumni of
Xavier's. (H)

PAINTING EXHIBITION: Cultural Secretary Jayashree Raghumaran will inaugurate
children's painting exhibition at the Art Gallery, Kala Academy, at 4 pm.
The exhibition will remain open till 30 November.

FOUNDATION STONE: Power Minister Digamber Kamat will lay the foundation
stone for the school building construction of Our Lady of Rosary Church,
Fatorda, today at 10 am.

BEST CADET: Thirty-four cadets of the NCC unit of Rosary College of Commerce
and Arts, Navelim, participated in ATC 2003 held at Torsem-Pernem recently.
The best cadet prize was awarded to Remon Gomes of the NCC unit of the
college. (GT)

KORGAONKAR FOR FLORIDA: Mr Vivekanand Korgaonkar, who has passed his MTech
in mathematics and computing from IIT, Delhi, recently left for the US for
further studies. He has been selected for MS in computer science at
University of Florida. (NT)

S P O R T S

MPT PIP NAPOLI: Napoli SC, Benaulim, staged a recovery but that was wee bit
late before they went down 1-2 to MPT in the GFA's First Division Football
League at CRC Sports Complex, Chinchinim. In the other match played at Tilak
Maidan in Vasco, Corps of Signals and Goa Police SC played a goalless draw.
(GT)

DERRICK, REMY SHARE HONOURS: The third day of the National Windsurfing
championships saw several close fights amongst the sailors at Calangute
yesterday. The first race of the day saw Derrick power away at the start
followed closely by Remy, Donald, Maneck and Charlie.

G R E E T I N G S
28 Nov: ELVITO A CARVALHO, Britona, Penha de France, Goa: HAPPY BIRTHDAY,
god pa. Look how young u r. May god bless u with many more to come. Love n
god bless. We love u all. Godchild Clinton, Mom N Dad Canada, Shana From
Dubai. ("francisca soans" fcsoans at hotmail.com)

D E A T H S
26 Nov: Assagao: ALZIRA RAMOS BAPTISTA: relict of late Casimiro Paulo
Maria Lucio Baptista, mother of Maria do Ceu, Eustaquio, Fr Querobino
(Parish Priest, Cunchelim), Gloria, sister of late Dr Benigno Francisco
Ramos (Portugal), sister-in-law of Maria (Portugal), late Joseph, late
Natalino/Ismenia (ex-Mombasa). Funeral will leave residence at Socolvaddo,
Assagao, at 4 pm on 28th Nov to St Cajetan's Church.
Nov 22: Thornton Heath, Surrey, UK: JULES FERNANDES (Ex Nairobi):
Brother of Veronica (late Blazio), Theo (late Louissa), Franco/Ciria,
Clara/John, late Anthony, Johnnie/Gelatta, Mike/Cynthia, Joey/Phyllis, Zac.
Funeral Service will take place at 10:00 a.m. at St. Andrew's Church, Brook
Road, Thornton Heath on Monday, December 15. Condolences to:
mfernandes at elmers.com
23 Nov: Divar-Naroa: PASCOAL TOME DIAS: husband of Maria, father of
Estevam, Seby,
Esly/Mario and Kevin Dias.
26 Nov: Oxel-Siolim: THEODORE D'SOUZA, husband of Caroline, father of
Gabriel/Margaret, grandfather of Dion and Donna.
27 Nov: Santa Cruz: MOHAN KURUP: husband of Sindu, father of Rahul.
27 Nov: Margao: PROF JOAQUIM PEREIRA: husband of Georgina, father of
Fatima/Edward Duarte, Terezinha and Fr Aniceto.
27 Nov: Cansaulim: LOVINIA DA COSTA: Daughter of late Heliodoro/late
Lavinia, sister/sister-in-law of late Leonor, late Ida, late Alvaro/late
Sofia, late Palmira/late Jose Pinto, late Jose, late Anita, late Lindorfo.
27 Nov: Panjim-Fontainhas: MARIA FRANCISCA RODRIGUES: relict of Andre
Santana, mother of Glerio/Zulema, late Viriato/Sally, Fidelia/Manuel,
Edna/Victor.
15 Nov: Velsao: CAETANO ROSARIO DE SOUZA, son of late Elisen/late Malvina
Godinho, husband of Mabel, brother-in-law of Nora, uncle of Garth.

G O A W E A T H E R
Temp: 21.3 degC (70.3degF) at 8.30 am in Assagao-Goa.
Max Temp: 35.1 deg C; Min Temp: 21.4 deg C; Humidity: 55% (Official
figures for yesterday)
Weather: The morning is cooler than yesterday.

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
Joel D'Souza
2003-11-28 04:07:11 UTC
Permalink
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
28 Nov 2003

EXTRA FAST ATTACK CRAFT LAUNCHED: The fourth in a series of state-of-the-art
Naval Extra Fast Attack Craft was launched at the Goa Shipyard yesterday
(Nov 27) morning. The light, well armed vessel has the capacity to perform
patrolling, fast attack and insertion roles in times of war and peace. Built
in collaboration with Israel-based Ramta, the craft is one of the fastest of
its kind in the world and the smallest vessel in the Indian Navy's fleet.
(GT)

LOOKOUT FOR TELGI'S VASCO LINK: The brain behind the multi-crore stamp
scandal Abdul Kareem Telgi's only link with Goa, was not mere herbal baths
or exotic massages. According to a website hosted by (Stamp Scam
Investigation Team) one of the accused in the mind-boggling racket has a Goa
address. Vasco to be precise. The website www.stampit.info lists one Masood
Ali Sheikh, a resident of Vasco, as one of the missing links in the Telgi
scandal. (H)

IFFI: GSIDC ALLAYS FEARS: With the International Film Festival of India 2004
barely a year away and apprehensions in some quarters rising about the
'haziness' over the plan of action, Goa State Infrastructure Development
Corporation sought to allay these fears and assured an interaction after the
leading consultant to the project is appointed. (GT)

MANDREKAR, ARLEKAR GET 4 WEEKS TO REPLY: Agriculture Minister Dayanand
Mandrekar and BJP president Rajendra Arlekar, sought and were granted four
weeks' time by the Supreme Court in the petitions seeking their
disqualification as legislators. (H)

NARVEKAR UPBEAT: Deputy leader of the Opposition Dayanand Narvekar yesterday
expressed confidence that the Congress High Command would depute an observer
to ascertain the views of MLAs seeking a change in the leadership of the
Congress Legislative Party, soon after the Assembly polls in four states.
(GT)

D.I.G. RELIEVED: The high profile Deputy Inspector General (of Police),
Karnal Singh, who was under intense media glare for the better part of his
52-month stint in Panaji, made a rather inconspicuous exit from Goa on
Thursday (27 Nov) after the Ministry of Home Affairs had issued his transfer
orders. (H)

CANOE SEIZED: The Harbour police yesterday seized a motor canoe in the
Arabian Sea for illegally ferrying 27 passengers to 'Grand Island' located
in the sea. (NT)

RAILWAY TOURISM IS HERE TO STAY: Railway-based tourism is here to stay. Goa
is one of the destinations on the route of Indian Railways' ultra-luxurious
Deccan Odyssey train. Built at a cost of Rs.32 crore the train boasts of 48
deluxe suites that will cost tourists $350, per person, per day. While the
train will stop at Goa on the third day, where the passengers will enjoy a
river cruise and authentic Goan food, other stops will include Ratnagiri,
Sindhudurg, Pune and Aurangabad. (GT)

THOUSANDS THRONG MARGAO: Around four to five thousand people flocked to the
Rajendra Prasad stadium in Margao on Thursday (Nov 27) evening on the first
day of the four-day Goa Prayer Festival 2003, conducted by the renowned
Chennai-based Dhinakarans, known all over the world as messengers of love
and peace. The prayer festival was declared open at the hands of Rev Fr SV
Sampath Kumar, the Bishop of the Methodist Churches of Tamil Nadu, Goa,
Karnataka, Pondichery and Andamans. (H)

AMAZING SWISS COVER TOURIST SPOTS ON FOOT: These 12 Swiss men and women are
the original eco tourists. All of them, including an 85-year-old woman,
spent several hours over the past two weeks hiking their way to some of Goa'
s most scenic tourist sports. They walked their way to Tambdi Surla and the
Dudhsagar Falls, Cotigao and Bondla Wildlife sanctuaries, and from Marcela
to the spice plantations at Savoi Verem. And they loved every moment, with
only the heat playing spoil sport at times. (Reuven Proenca in GT)

THEFT AT ANJUNA: Some unknown persons stole away valuable articles from a
Zen car which wars parked near a hotel in Anjuna yesterday, according to a
complaint filed by Gimmy Fernandes, a resident of Colva. (H)

TOURIST DEAD: A 40-year-old French national, Minignan Paul, was found dead
in a guest house at Colva. Paul arrived in Goa on 24 November and booked in
a guest house at Colva. (GT)

FOURTH CENTENARY OF GUIRIM CHURCH: St Diego's church in Guirim is
celebrating it's 400th year of existence. A year-long celebration has been
planned around the theme "Renew and build community". The solemn
inauguration was held with the lighting of the traditional lamp by Rev Fr
Roland Salema, Episcopal Vicar, during the concelebrated feast mass on
November 16. (H)

"PANJIM PLUS": The November 03 issue of Panjim Plus, a 16-page pull-out,
carries: Life along the nullah (S Inez); Adorable Adorabelle: Miss Goa 03;
Panjim Revisited: UK-based ace Goan swimmer Kenneth Coelho; Making Panjim a
Better Place: Suggestions from our readers; Interview: Vincent Verodiano
awardee Prof Isabel S. R Vaz; Heritage: Massano de Amorim and the
forthcoming festivals; Food Review: White House Restaurant at Dona Paula;
Preview: Painting (Greta Eva Pereira) & Photo Exhibition (Thomas Vaz); Kids
Next Door: Ketan Bhobe; etc. (plusgroup at sancharnet.in)

RELEASE OF "TRAGEDY QUEEN": After super hit album "Dhinvas", Querobina
Carvalho will be releasing her second super hit Konkani album "Tragedy
Queen" on November 30. The album comprises 12 hit songs, rendered by Jr
Rod, Osvi Viegas, Nelson, Lawry, Roma, Bab Andrew, Menino Mario and
Querobina Carvalho. Music is by maestro Josinho. (H)

BMX-GOA MEET: The second meeting of BMX-Goa (Britto's, Mary's, Xavier's)
will be held on November 30 from 11 am to 1 pm at the Seminar Hall of St
Xavier's College, Mapusa. Xavier's Principal Newman Fernandes will also
attend the meeting, along with Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar, an alumni of
Xavier's. (H)

PAINTING EXHIBITION: Cultural Secretary Jayashree Raghumaran will inaugurate
children's painting exhibition at the Art Gallery, Kala Academy, at 4 pm.
The exhibition will remain open till 30 November.

FOUNDATION STONE: Power Minister Digamber Kamat will lay the foundation
stone for the school building construction of Our Lady of Rosary Church,
Fatorda, today at 10 am.

BEST CADET: Thirty-four cadets of the NCC unit of Rosary College of Commerce
and Arts, Navelim, participated in ATC 2003 held at Torsem-Pernem recently.
The best cadet prize was awarded to Remon Gomes of the NCC unit of the
college. (GT)

KORGAONKAR FOR FLORIDA: Mr Vivekanand Korgaonkar, who has passed his MTech
in mathematics and computing from IIT, Delhi, recently left for the US for
further studies. He has been selected for MS in computer science at
University of Florida. (NT)

S P O R T S

MPT PIP NAPOLI: Napoli SC, Benaulim, staged a recovery but that was wee bit
late before they went down 1-2 to MPT in the GFA's First Division Football
League at CRC Sports Complex, Chinchinim. In the other match played at Tilak
Maidan in Vasco, Corps of Signals and Goa Police SC played a goalless draw.
(GT)

DERRICK, REMY SHARE HONOURS: The third day of the National Windsurfing
championships saw several close fights amongst the sailors at Calangute
yesterday. The first race of the day saw Derrick power away at the start
followed closely by Remy, Donald, Maneck and Charlie.

G R E E T I N G S
28 Nov: ELVITO A CARVALHO, Britona, Penha de France, Goa: HAPPY BIRTHDAY,
god pa. Look how young u r. May god bless u with many more to come. Love n
god bless. We love u all. Godchild Clinton, Mom N Dad Canada, Shana From
Dubai. ("francisca soans" fcsoans at hotmail.com)

D E A T H S
26 Nov: Assagao: ALZIRA RAMOS BAPTISTA: relict of late Casimiro Paulo
Maria Lucio Baptista, mother of Maria do Ceu, Eustaquio, Fr Querobino
(Parish Priest, Cunchelim), Gloria, sister of late Dr Benigno Francisco
Ramos (Portugal), sister-in-law of Maria (Portugal), late Joseph, late
Natalino/Ismenia (ex-Mombasa). Funeral will leave residence at Socolvaddo,
Assagao, at 4 pm on 28th Nov to St Cajetan's Church.
Nov 22: Thornton Heath, Surrey, UK: JULES FERNANDES (Ex Nairobi):
Brother of Veronica (late Blazio), Theo (late Louissa), Franco/Ciria,
Clara/John, late Anthony, Johnnie/Gelatta, Mike/Cynthia, Joey/Phyllis, Zac.
Funeral Service will take place at 10:00 a.m. at St. Andrew's Church, Brook
Road, Thornton Heath on Monday, December 15. Condolences to:
mfernandes at elmers.com
23 Nov: Divar-Naroa: PASCOAL TOME DIAS: husband of Maria, father of
Estevam, Seby,
Esly/Mario and Kevin Dias.
26 Nov: Oxel-Siolim: THEODORE D'SOUZA, husband of Caroline, father of
Gabriel/Margaret, grandfather of Dion and Donna.
27 Nov: Santa Cruz: MOHAN KURUP: husband of Sindu, father of Rahul.
27 Nov: Margao: PROF JOAQUIM PEREIRA: husband of Georgina, father of
Fatima/Edward Duarte, Terezinha and Fr Aniceto.
27 Nov: Cansaulim: LOVINIA DA COSTA: Daughter of late Heliodoro/late
Lavinia, sister/sister-in-law of late Leonor, late Ida, late Alvaro/late
Sofia, late Palmira/late Jose Pinto, late Jose, late Anita, late Lindorfo.
27 Nov: Panjim-Fontainhas: MARIA FRANCISCA RODRIGUES: relict of Andre
Santana, mother of Glerio/Zulema, late Viriato/Sally, Fidelia/Manuel,
Edna/Victor.
15 Nov: Velsao: CAETANO ROSARIO DE SOUZA, son of late Elisen/late Malvina
Godinho, husband of Mabel, brother-in-law of Nora, uncle of Garth.

G O A W E A T H E R
Temp: 21.3 degC (70.3degF) at 8.30 am in Assagao-Goa.
Max Temp: 35.1 deg C; Min Temp: 21.4 deg C; Humidity: 55% (Official
figures for yesterday)
Weather: The morning is cooler than yesterday.

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
Joel D'Souza
2003-11-28 04:07:11 UTC
Permalink
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
28 Nov 2003

EXTRA FAST ATTACK CRAFT LAUNCHED: The fourth in a series of state-of-the-art
Naval Extra Fast Attack Craft was launched at the Goa Shipyard yesterday
(Nov 27) morning. The light, well armed vessel has the capacity to perform
patrolling, fast attack and insertion roles in times of war and peace. Built
in collaboration with Israel-based Ramta, the craft is one of the fastest of
its kind in the world and the smallest vessel in the Indian Navy's fleet.
(GT)

LOOKOUT FOR TELGI'S VASCO LINK: The brain behind the multi-crore stamp
scandal Abdul Kareem Telgi's only link with Goa, was not mere herbal baths
or exotic massages. According to a website hosted by (Stamp Scam
Investigation Team) one of the accused in the mind-boggling racket has a Goa
address. Vasco to be precise. The website www.stampit.info lists one Masood
Ali Sheikh, a resident of Vasco, as one of the missing links in the Telgi
scandal. (H)

IFFI: GSIDC ALLAYS FEARS: With the International Film Festival of India 2004
barely a year away and apprehensions in some quarters rising about the
'haziness' over the plan of action, Goa State Infrastructure Development
Corporation sought to allay these fears and assured an interaction after the
leading consultant to the project is appointed. (GT)

MANDREKAR, ARLEKAR GET 4 WEEKS TO REPLY: Agriculture Minister Dayanand
Mandrekar and BJP president Rajendra Arlekar, sought and were granted four
weeks' time by the Supreme Court in the petitions seeking their
disqualification as legislators. (H)

NARVEKAR UPBEAT: Deputy leader of the Opposition Dayanand Narvekar yesterday
expressed confidence that the Congress High Command would depute an observer
to ascertain the views of MLAs seeking a change in the leadership of the
Congress Legislative Party, soon after the Assembly polls in four states.
(GT)

D.I.G. RELIEVED: The high profile Deputy Inspector General (of Police),
Karnal Singh, who was under intense media glare for the better part of his
52-month stint in Panaji, made a rather inconspicuous exit from Goa on
Thursday (27 Nov) after the Ministry of Home Affairs had issued his transfer
orders. (H)

CANOE SEIZED: The Harbour police yesterday seized a motor canoe in the
Arabian Sea for illegally ferrying 27 passengers to 'Grand Island' located
in the sea. (NT)

RAILWAY TOURISM IS HERE TO STAY: Railway-based tourism is here to stay. Goa
is one of the destinations on the route of Indian Railways' ultra-luxurious
Deccan Odyssey train. Built at a cost of Rs.32 crore the train boasts of 48
deluxe suites that will cost tourists $350, per person, per day. While the
train will stop at Goa on the third day, where the passengers will enjoy a
river cruise and authentic Goan food, other stops will include Ratnagiri,
Sindhudurg, Pune and Aurangabad. (GT)

THOUSANDS THRONG MARGAO: Around four to five thousand people flocked to the
Rajendra Prasad stadium in Margao on Thursday (Nov 27) evening on the first
day of the four-day Goa Prayer Festival 2003, conducted by the renowned
Chennai-based Dhinakarans, known all over the world as messengers of love
and peace. The prayer festival was declared open at the hands of Rev Fr SV
Sampath Kumar, the Bishop of the Methodist Churches of Tamil Nadu, Goa,
Karnataka, Pondichery and Andamans. (H)

AMAZING SWISS COVER TOURIST SPOTS ON FOOT: These 12 Swiss men and women are
the original eco tourists. All of them, including an 85-year-old woman,
spent several hours over the past two weeks hiking their way to some of Goa'
s most scenic tourist sports. They walked their way to Tambdi Surla and the
Dudhsagar Falls, Cotigao and Bondla Wildlife sanctuaries, and from Marcela
to the spice plantations at Savoi Verem. And they loved every moment, with
only the heat playing spoil sport at times. (Reuven Proenca in GT)

THEFT AT ANJUNA: Some unknown persons stole away valuable articles from a
Zen car which wars parked near a hotel in Anjuna yesterday, according to a
complaint filed by Gimmy Fernandes, a resident of Colva. (H)

TOURIST DEAD: A 40-year-old French national, Minignan Paul, was found dead
in a guest house at Colva. Paul arrived in Goa on 24 November and booked in
a guest house at Colva. (GT)

FOURTH CENTENARY OF GUIRIM CHURCH: St Diego's church in Guirim is
celebrating it's 400th year of existence. A year-long celebration has been
planned around the theme "Renew and build community". The solemn
inauguration was held with the lighting of the traditional lamp by Rev Fr
Roland Salema, Episcopal Vicar, during the concelebrated feast mass on
November 16. (H)

"PANJIM PLUS": The November 03 issue of Panjim Plus, a 16-page pull-out,
carries: Life along the nullah (S Inez); Adorable Adorabelle: Miss Goa 03;
Panjim Revisited: UK-based ace Goan swimmer Kenneth Coelho; Making Panjim a
Better Place: Suggestions from our readers; Interview: Vincent Verodiano
awardee Prof Isabel S. R Vaz; Heritage: Massano de Amorim and the
forthcoming festivals; Food Review: White House Restaurant at Dona Paula;
Preview: Painting (Greta Eva Pereira) & Photo Exhibition (Thomas Vaz); Kids
Next Door: Ketan Bhobe; etc. (plusgroup at sancharnet.in)

RELEASE OF "TRAGEDY QUEEN": After super hit album "Dhinvas", Querobina
Carvalho will be releasing her second super hit Konkani album "Tragedy
Queen" on November 30. The album comprises 12 hit songs, rendered by Jr
Rod, Osvi Viegas, Nelson, Lawry, Roma, Bab Andrew, Menino Mario and
Querobina Carvalho. Music is by maestro Josinho. (H)

BMX-GOA MEET: The second meeting of BMX-Goa (Britto's, Mary's, Xavier's)
will be held on November 30 from 11 am to 1 pm at the Seminar Hall of St
Xavier's College, Mapusa. Xavier's Principal Newman Fernandes will also
attend the meeting, along with Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar, an alumni of
Xavier's. (H)

PAINTING EXHIBITION: Cultural Secretary Jayashree Raghumaran will inaugurate
children's painting exhibition at the Art Gallery, Kala Academy, at 4 pm.
The exhibition will remain open till 30 November.

FOUNDATION STONE: Power Minister Digamber Kamat will lay the foundation
stone for the school building construction of Our Lady of Rosary Church,
Fatorda, today at 10 am.

BEST CADET: Thirty-four cadets of the NCC unit of Rosary College of Commerce
and Arts, Navelim, participated in ATC 2003 held at Torsem-Pernem recently.
The best cadet prize was awarded to Remon Gomes of the NCC unit of the
college. (GT)

KORGAONKAR FOR FLORIDA: Mr Vivekanand Korgaonkar, who has passed his MTech
in mathematics and computing from IIT, Delhi, recently left for the US for
further studies. He has been selected for MS in computer science at
University of Florida. (NT)

S P O R T S

MPT PIP NAPOLI: Napoli SC, Benaulim, staged a recovery but that was wee bit
late before they went down 1-2 to MPT in the GFA's First Division Football
League at CRC Sports Complex, Chinchinim. In the other match played at Tilak
Maidan in Vasco, Corps of Signals and Goa Police SC played a goalless draw.
(GT)

DERRICK, REMY SHARE HONOURS: The third day of the National Windsurfing
championships saw several close fights amongst the sailors at Calangute
yesterday. The first race of the day saw Derrick power away at the start
followed closely by Remy, Donald, Maneck and Charlie.

G R E E T I N G S
28 Nov: ELVITO A CARVALHO, Britona, Penha de France, Goa: HAPPY BIRTHDAY,
god pa. Look how young u r. May god bless u with many more to come. Love n
god bless. We love u all. Godchild Clinton, Mom N Dad Canada, Shana From
Dubai. ("francisca soans" fcsoans at hotmail.com)

D E A T H S
26 Nov: Assagao: ALZIRA RAMOS BAPTISTA: relict of late Casimiro Paulo
Maria Lucio Baptista, mother of Maria do Ceu, Eustaquio, Fr Querobino
(Parish Priest, Cunchelim), Gloria, sister of late Dr Benigno Francisco
Ramos (Portugal), sister-in-law of Maria (Portugal), late Joseph, late
Natalino/Ismenia (ex-Mombasa). Funeral will leave residence at Socolvaddo,
Assagao, at 4 pm on 28th Nov to St Cajetan's Church.
Nov 22: Thornton Heath, Surrey, UK: JULES FERNANDES (Ex Nairobi):
Brother of Veronica (late Blazio), Theo (late Louissa), Franco/Ciria,
Clara/John, late Anthony, Johnnie/Gelatta, Mike/Cynthia, Joey/Phyllis, Zac.
Funeral Service will take place at 10:00 a.m. at St. Andrew's Church, Brook
Road, Thornton Heath on Monday, December 15. Condolences to:
mfernandes at elmers.com
23 Nov: Divar-Naroa: PASCOAL TOME DIAS: husband of Maria, father of
Estevam, Seby,
Esly/Mario and Kevin Dias.
26 Nov: Oxel-Siolim: THEODORE D'SOUZA, husband of Caroline, father of
Gabriel/Margaret, grandfather of Dion and Donna.
27 Nov: Santa Cruz: MOHAN KURUP: husband of Sindu, father of Rahul.
27 Nov: Margao: PROF JOAQUIM PEREIRA: husband of Georgina, father of
Fatima/Edward Duarte, Terezinha and Fr Aniceto.
27 Nov: Cansaulim: LOVINIA DA COSTA: Daughter of late Heliodoro/late
Lavinia, sister/sister-in-law of late Leonor, late Ida, late Alvaro/late
Sofia, late Palmira/late Jose Pinto, late Jose, late Anita, late Lindorfo.
27 Nov: Panjim-Fontainhas: MARIA FRANCISCA RODRIGUES: relict of Andre
Santana, mother of Glerio/Zulema, late Viriato/Sally, Fidelia/Manuel,
Edna/Victor.
15 Nov: Velsao: CAETANO ROSARIO DE SOUZA, son of late Elisen/late Malvina
Godinho, husband of Mabel, brother-in-law of Nora, uncle of Garth.

G O A W E A T H E R
Temp: 21.3 degC (70.3degF) at 8.30 am in Assagao-Goa.
Max Temp: 35.1 deg C; Min Temp: 21.4 deg C; Humidity: 55% (Official
figures for yesterday)
Weather: The morning is cooler than yesterday.

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
Joel D'Souza
2003-11-28 04:07:11 UTC
Permalink
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
28 Nov 2003

EXTRA FAST ATTACK CRAFT LAUNCHED: The fourth in a series of state-of-the-art
Naval Extra Fast Attack Craft was launched at the Goa Shipyard yesterday
(Nov 27) morning. The light, well armed vessel has the capacity to perform
patrolling, fast attack and insertion roles in times of war and peace. Built
in collaboration with Israel-based Ramta, the craft is one of the fastest of
its kind in the world and the smallest vessel in the Indian Navy's fleet.
(GT)

LOOKOUT FOR TELGI'S VASCO LINK: The brain behind the multi-crore stamp
scandal Abdul Kareem Telgi's only link with Goa, was not mere herbal baths
or exotic massages. According to a website hosted by (Stamp Scam
Investigation Team) one of the accused in the mind-boggling racket has a Goa
address. Vasco to be precise. The website www.stampit.info lists one Masood
Ali Sheikh, a resident of Vasco, as one of the missing links in the Telgi
scandal. (H)

IFFI: GSIDC ALLAYS FEARS: With the International Film Festival of India 2004
barely a year away and apprehensions in some quarters rising about the
'haziness' over the plan of action, Goa State Infrastructure Development
Corporation sought to allay these fears and assured an interaction after the
leading consultant to the project is appointed. (GT)

MANDREKAR, ARLEKAR GET 4 WEEKS TO REPLY: Agriculture Minister Dayanand
Mandrekar and BJP president Rajendra Arlekar, sought and were granted four
weeks' time by the Supreme Court in the petitions seeking their
disqualification as legislators. (H)

NARVEKAR UPBEAT: Deputy leader of the Opposition Dayanand Narvekar yesterday
expressed confidence that the Congress High Command would depute an observer
to ascertain the views of MLAs seeking a change in the leadership of the
Congress Legislative Party, soon after the Assembly polls in four states.
(GT)

D.I.G. RELIEVED: The high profile Deputy Inspector General (of Police),
Karnal Singh, who was under intense media glare for the better part of his
52-month stint in Panaji, made a rather inconspicuous exit from Goa on
Thursday (27 Nov) after the Ministry of Home Affairs had issued his transfer
orders. (H)

CANOE SEIZED: The Harbour police yesterday seized a motor canoe in the
Arabian Sea for illegally ferrying 27 passengers to 'Grand Island' located
in the sea. (NT)

RAILWAY TOURISM IS HERE TO STAY: Railway-based tourism is here to stay. Goa
is one of the destinations on the route of Indian Railways' ultra-luxurious
Deccan Odyssey train. Built at a cost of Rs.32 crore the train boasts of 48
deluxe suites that will cost tourists $350, per person, per day. While the
train will stop at Goa on the third day, where the passengers will enjoy a
river cruise and authentic Goan food, other stops will include Ratnagiri,
Sindhudurg, Pune and Aurangabad. (GT)

THOUSANDS THRONG MARGAO: Around four to five thousand people flocked to the
Rajendra Prasad stadium in Margao on Thursday (Nov 27) evening on the first
day of the four-day Goa Prayer Festival 2003, conducted by the renowned
Chennai-based Dhinakarans, known all over the world as messengers of love
and peace. The prayer festival was declared open at the hands of Rev Fr SV
Sampath Kumar, the Bishop of the Methodist Churches of Tamil Nadu, Goa,
Karnataka, Pondichery and Andamans. (H)

AMAZING SWISS COVER TOURIST SPOTS ON FOOT: These 12 Swiss men and women are
the original eco tourists. All of them, including an 85-year-old woman,
spent several hours over the past two weeks hiking their way to some of Goa'
s most scenic tourist sports. They walked their way to Tambdi Surla and the
Dudhsagar Falls, Cotigao and Bondla Wildlife sanctuaries, and from Marcela
to the spice plantations at Savoi Verem. And they loved every moment, with
only the heat playing spoil sport at times. (Reuven Proenca in GT)

THEFT AT ANJUNA: Some unknown persons stole away valuable articles from a
Zen car which wars parked near a hotel in Anjuna yesterday, according to a
complaint filed by Gimmy Fernandes, a resident of Colva. (H)

TOURIST DEAD: A 40-year-old French national, Minignan Paul, was found dead
in a guest house at Colva. Paul arrived in Goa on 24 November and booked in
a guest house at Colva. (GT)

FOURTH CENTENARY OF GUIRIM CHURCH: St Diego's church in Guirim is
celebrating it's 400th year of existence. A year-long celebration has been
planned around the theme "Renew and build community". The solemn
inauguration was held with the lighting of the traditional lamp by Rev Fr
Roland Salema, Episcopal Vicar, during the concelebrated feast mass on
November 16. (H)

"PANJIM PLUS": The November 03 issue of Panjim Plus, a 16-page pull-out,
carries: Life along the nullah (S Inez); Adorable Adorabelle: Miss Goa 03;
Panjim Revisited: UK-based ace Goan swimmer Kenneth Coelho; Making Panjim a
Better Place: Suggestions from our readers; Interview: Vincent Verodiano
awardee Prof Isabel S. R Vaz; Heritage: Massano de Amorim and the
forthcoming festivals; Food Review: White House Restaurant at Dona Paula;
Preview: Painting (Greta Eva Pereira) & Photo Exhibition (Thomas Vaz); Kids
Next Door: Ketan Bhobe; etc. (plusgroup at sancharnet.in)

RELEASE OF "TRAGEDY QUEEN": After super hit album "Dhinvas", Querobina
Carvalho will be releasing her second super hit Konkani album "Tragedy
Queen" on November 30. The album comprises 12 hit songs, rendered by Jr
Rod, Osvi Viegas, Nelson, Lawry, Roma, Bab Andrew, Menino Mario and
Querobina Carvalho. Music is by maestro Josinho. (H)

BMX-GOA MEET: The second meeting of BMX-Goa (Britto's, Mary's, Xavier's)
will be held on November 30 from 11 am to 1 pm at the Seminar Hall of St
Xavier's College, Mapusa. Xavier's Principal Newman Fernandes will also
attend the meeting, along with Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar, an alumni of
Xavier's. (H)

PAINTING EXHIBITION: Cultural Secretary Jayashree Raghumaran will inaugurate
children's painting exhibition at the Art Gallery, Kala Academy, at 4 pm.
The exhibition will remain open till 30 November.

FOUNDATION STONE: Power Minister Digamber Kamat will lay the foundation
stone for the school building construction of Our Lady of Rosary Church,
Fatorda, today at 10 am.

BEST CADET: Thirty-four cadets of the NCC unit of Rosary College of Commerce
and Arts, Navelim, participated in ATC 2003 held at Torsem-Pernem recently.
The best cadet prize was awarded to Remon Gomes of the NCC unit of the
college. (GT)

KORGAONKAR FOR FLORIDA: Mr Vivekanand Korgaonkar, who has passed his MTech
in mathematics and computing from IIT, Delhi, recently left for the US for
further studies. He has been selected for MS in computer science at
University of Florida. (NT)

S P O R T S

MPT PIP NAPOLI: Napoli SC, Benaulim, staged a recovery but that was wee bit
late before they went down 1-2 to MPT in the GFA's First Division Football
League at CRC Sports Complex, Chinchinim. In the other match played at Tilak
Maidan in Vasco, Corps of Signals and Goa Police SC played a goalless draw.
(GT)

DERRICK, REMY SHARE HONOURS: The third day of the National Windsurfing
championships saw several close fights amongst the sailors at Calangute
yesterday. The first race of the day saw Derrick power away at the start
followed closely by Remy, Donald, Maneck and Charlie.

G R E E T I N G S
28 Nov: ELVITO A CARVALHO, Britona, Penha de France, Goa: HAPPY BIRTHDAY,
god pa. Look how young u r. May god bless u with many more to come. Love n
god bless. We love u all. Godchild Clinton, Mom N Dad Canada, Shana From
Dubai. ("francisca soans" fcsoans at hotmail.com)

D E A T H S
26 Nov: Assagao: ALZIRA RAMOS BAPTISTA: relict of late Casimiro Paulo
Maria Lucio Baptista, mother of Maria do Ceu, Eustaquio, Fr Querobino
(Parish Priest, Cunchelim), Gloria, sister of late Dr Benigno Francisco
Ramos (Portugal), sister-in-law of Maria (Portugal), late Joseph, late
Natalino/Ismenia (ex-Mombasa). Funeral will leave residence at Socolvaddo,
Assagao, at 4 pm on 28th Nov to St Cajetan's Church.
Nov 22: Thornton Heath, Surrey, UK: JULES FERNANDES (Ex Nairobi):
Brother of Veronica (late Blazio), Theo (late Louissa), Franco/Ciria,
Clara/John, late Anthony, Johnnie/Gelatta, Mike/Cynthia, Joey/Phyllis, Zac.
Funeral Service will take place at 10:00 a.m. at St. Andrew's Church, Brook
Road, Thornton Heath on Monday, December 15. Condolences to:
mfernandes at elmers.com
23 Nov: Divar-Naroa: PASCOAL TOME DIAS: husband of Maria, father of
Estevam, Seby,
Esly/Mario and Kevin Dias.
26 Nov: Oxel-Siolim: THEODORE D'SOUZA, husband of Caroline, father of
Gabriel/Margaret, grandfather of Dion and Donna.
27 Nov: Santa Cruz: MOHAN KURUP: husband of Sindu, father of Rahul.
27 Nov: Margao: PROF JOAQUIM PEREIRA: husband of Georgina, father of
Fatima/Edward Duarte, Terezinha and Fr Aniceto.
27 Nov: Cansaulim: LOVINIA DA COSTA: Daughter of late Heliodoro/late
Lavinia, sister/sister-in-law of late Leonor, late Ida, late Alvaro/late
Sofia, late Palmira/late Jose Pinto, late Jose, late Anita, late Lindorfo.
27 Nov: Panjim-Fontainhas: MARIA FRANCISCA RODRIGUES: relict of Andre
Santana, mother of Glerio/Zulema, late Viriato/Sally, Fidelia/Manuel,
Edna/Victor.
15 Nov: Velsao: CAETANO ROSARIO DE SOUZA, son of late Elisen/late Malvina
Godinho, husband of Mabel, brother-in-law of Nora, uncle of Garth.

G O A W E A T H E R
Temp: 21.3 degC (70.3degF) at 8.30 am in Assagao-Goa.
Max Temp: 35.1 deg C; Min Temp: 21.4 deg C; Humidity: 55% (Official
figures for yesterday)
Weather: The morning is cooler than yesterday.

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
Joel D'Souza
2003-11-28 04:07:11 UTC
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28 Nov 2003

EXTRA FAST ATTACK CRAFT LAUNCHED: The fourth in a series of state-of-the-art
Naval Extra Fast Attack Craft was launched at the Goa Shipyard yesterday
(Nov 27) morning. The light, well armed vessel has the capacity to perform
patrolling, fast attack and insertion roles in times of war and peace. Built
in collaboration with Israel-based Ramta, the craft is one of the fastest of
its kind in the world and the smallest vessel in the Indian Navy's fleet.
(GT)

LOOKOUT FOR TELGI'S VASCO LINK: The brain behind the multi-crore stamp
scandal Abdul Kareem Telgi's only link with Goa, was not mere herbal baths
or exotic massages. According to a website hosted by (Stamp Scam
Investigation Team) one of the accused in the mind-boggling racket has a Goa
address. Vasco to be precise. The website www.stampit.info lists one Masood
Ali Sheikh, a resident of Vasco, as one of the missing links in the Telgi
scandal. (H)

IFFI: GSIDC ALLAYS FEARS: With the International Film Festival of India 2004
barely a year away and apprehensions in some quarters rising about the
'haziness' over the plan of action, Goa State Infrastructure Development
Corporation sought to allay these fears and assured an interaction after the
leading consultant to the project is appointed. (GT)

MANDREKAR, ARLEKAR GET 4 WEEKS TO REPLY: Agriculture Minister Dayanand
Mandrekar and BJP president Rajendra Arlekar, sought and were granted four
weeks' time by the Supreme Court in the petitions seeking their
disqualification as legislators. (H)

NARVEKAR UPBEAT: Deputy leader of the Opposition Dayanand Narvekar yesterday
expressed confidence that the Congress High Command would depute an observer
to ascertain the views of MLAs seeking a change in the leadership of the
Congress Legislative Party, soon after the Assembly polls in four states.
(GT)

D.I.G. RELIEVED: The high profile Deputy Inspector General (of Police),
Karnal Singh, who was under intense media glare for the better part of his
52-month stint in Panaji, made a rather inconspicuous exit from Goa on
Thursday (27 Nov) after the Ministry of Home Affairs had issued his transfer
orders. (H)

CANOE SEIZED: The Harbour police yesterday seized a motor canoe in the
Arabian Sea for illegally ferrying 27 passengers to 'Grand Island' located
in the sea. (NT)

RAILWAY TOURISM IS HERE TO STAY: Railway-based tourism is here to stay. Goa
is one of the destinations on the route of Indian Railways' ultra-luxurious
Deccan Odyssey train. Built at a cost of Rs.32 crore the train boasts of 48
deluxe suites that will cost tourists $350, per person, per day. While the
train will stop at Goa on the third day, where the passengers will enjoy a
river cruise and authentic Goan food, other stops will include Ratnagiri,
Sindhudurg, Pune and Aurangabad. (GT)

THOUSANDS THRONG MARGAO: Around four to five thousand people flocked to the
Rajendra Prasad stadium in Margao on Thursday (Nov 27) evening on the first
day of the four-day Goa Prayer Festival 2003, conducted by the renowned
Chennai-based Dhinakarans, known all over the world as messengers of love
and peace. The prayer festival was declared open at the hands of Rev Fr SV
Sampath Kumar, the Bishop of the Methodist Churches of Tamil Nadu, Goa,
Karnataka, Pondichery and Andamans. (H)

AMAZING SWISS COVER TOURIST SPOTS ON FOOT: These 12 Swiss men and women are
the original eco tourists. All of them, including an 85-year-old woman,
spent several hours over the past two weeks hiking their way to some of Goa'
s most scenic tourist sports. They walked their way to Tambdi Surla and the
Dudhsagar Falls, Cotigao and Bondla Wildlife sanctuaries, and from Marcela
to the spice plantations at Savoi Verem. And they loved every moment, with
only the heat playing spoil sport at times. (Reuven Proenca in GT)

THEFT AT ANJUNA: Some unknown persons stole away valuable articles from a
Zen car which wars parked near a hotel in Anjuna yesterday, according to a
complaint filed by Gimmy Fernandes, a resident of Colva. (H)

TOURIST DEAD: A 40-year-old French national, Minignan Paul, was found dead
in a guest house at Colva. Paul arrived in Goa on 24 November and booked in
a guest house at Colva. (GT)

FOURTH CENTENARY OF GUIRIM CHURCH: St Diego's church in Guirim is
celebrating it's 400th year of existence. A year-long celebration has been
planned around the theme "Renew and build community". The solemn
inauguration was held with the lighting of the traditional lamp by Rev Fr
Roland Salema, Episcopal Vicar, during the concelebrated feast mass on
November 16. (H)

"PANJIM PLUS": The November 03 issue of Panjim Plus, a 16-page pull-out,
carries: Life along the nullah (S Inez); Adorable Adorabelle: Miss Goa 03;
Panjim Revisited: UK-based ace Goan swimmer Kenneth Coelho; Making Panjim a
Better Place: Suggestions from our readers; Interview: Vincent Verodiano
awardee Prof Isabel S. R Vaz; Heritage: Massano de Amorim and the
forthcoming festivals; Food Review: White House Restaurant at Dona Paula;
Preview: Painting (Greta Eva Pereira) & Photo Exhibition (Thomas Vaz); Kids
Next Door: Ketan Bhobe; etc. (plusgroup at sancharnet.in)

RELEASE OF "TRAGEDY QUEEN": After super hit album "Dhinvas", Querobina
Carvalho will be releasing her second super hit Konkani album "Tragedy
Queen" on November 30. The album comprises 12 hit songs, rendered by Jr
Rod, Osvi Viegas, Nelson, Lawry, Roma, Bab Andrew, Menino Mario and
Querobina Carvalho. Music is by maestro Josinho. (H)

BMX-GOA MEET: The second meeting of BMX-Goa (Britto's, Mary's, Xavier's)
will be held on November 30 from 11 am to 1 pm at the Seminar Hall of St
Xavier's College, Mapusa. Xavier's Principal Newman Fernandes will also
attend the meeting, along with Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar, an alumni of
Xavier's. (H)

PAINTING EXHIBITION: Cultural Secretary Jayashree Raghumaran will inaugurate
children's painting exhibition at the Art Gallery, Kala Academy, at 4 pm.
The exhibition will remain open till 30 November.

FOUNDATION STONE: Power Minister Digamber Kamat will lay the foundation
stone for the school building construction of Our Lady of Rosary Church,
Fatorda, today at 10 am.

BEST CADET: Thirty-four cadets of the NCC unit of Rosary College of Commerce
and Arts, Navelim, participated in ATC 2003 held at Torsem-Pernem recently.
The best cadet prize was awarded to Remon Gomes of the NCC unit of the
college. (GT)

KORGAONKAR FOR FLORIDA: Mr Vivekanand Korgaonkar, who has passed his MTech
in mathematics and computing from IIT, Delhi, recently left for the US for
further studies. He has been selected for MS in computer science at
University of Florida. (NT)

S P O R T S

MPT PIP NAPOLI: Napoli SC, Benaulim, staged a recovery but that was wee bit
late before they went down 1-2 to MPT in the GFA's First Division Football
League at CRC Sports Complex, Chinchinim. In the other match played at Tilak
Maidan in Vasco, Corps of Signals and Goa Police SC played a goalless draw.
(GT)

DERRICK, REMY SHARE HONOURS: The third day of the National Windsurfing
championships saw several close fights amongst the sailors at Calangute
yesterday. The first race of the day saw Derrick power away at the start
followed closely by Remy, Donald, Maneck and Charlie.

G R E E T I N G S
28 Nov: ELVITO A CARVALHO, Britona, Penha de France, Goa: HAPPY BIRTHDAY,
god pa. Look how young u r. May god bless u with many more to come. Love n
god bless. We love u all. Godchild Clinton, Mom N Dad Canada, Shana From
Dubai. ("francisca soans" fcsoans at hotmail.com)

D E A T H S
26 Nov: Assagao: ALZIRA RAMOS BAPTISTA: relict of late Casimiro Paulo
Maria Lucio Baptista, mother of Maria do Ceu, Eustaquio, Fr Querobino
(Parish Priest, Cunchelim), Gloria, sister of late Dr Benigno Francisco
Ramos (Portugal), sister-in-law of Maria (Portugal), late Joseph, late
Natalino/Ismenia (ex-Mombasa). Funeral will leave residence at Socolvaddo,
Assagao, at 4 pm on 28th Nov to St Cajetan's Church.
Nov 22: Thornton Heath, Surrey, UK: JULES FERNANDES (Ex Nairobi):
Brother of Veronica (late Blazio), Theo (late Louissa), Franco/Ciria,
Clara/John, late Anthony, Johnnie/Gelatta, Mike/Cynthia, Joey/Phyllis, Zac.
Funeral Service will take place at 10:00 a.m. at St. Andrew's Church, Brook
Road, Thornton Heath on Monday, December 15. Condolences to:
mfernandes at elmers.com
23 Nov: Divar-Naroa: PASCOAL TOME DIAS: husband of Maria, father of
Estevam, Seby,
Esly/Mario and Kevin Dias.
26 Nov: Oxel-Siolim: THEODORE D'SOUZA, husband of Caroline, father of
Gabriel/Margaret, grandfather of Dion and Donna.
27 Nov: Santa Cruz: MOHAN KURUP: husband of Sindu, father of Rahul.
27 Nov: Margao: PROF JOAQUIM PEREIRA: husband of Georgina, father of
Fatima/Edward Duarte, Terezinha and Fr Aniceto.
27 Nov: Cansaulim: LOVINIA DA COSTA: Daughter of late Heliodoro/late
Lavinia, sister/sister-in-law of late Leonor, late Ida, late Alvaro/late
Sofia, late Palmira/late Jose Pinto, late Jose, late Anita, late Lindorfo.
27 Nov: Panjim-Fontainhas: MARIA FRANCISCA RODRIGUES: relict of Andre
Santana, mother of Glerio/Zulema, late Viriato/Sally, Fidelia/Manuel,
Edna/Victor.
15 Nov: Velsao: CAETANO ROSARIO DE SOUZA, son of late Elisen/late Malvina
Godinho, husband of Mabel, brother-in-law of Nora, uncle of Garth.

G O A W E A T H E R
Temp: 21.3 degC (70.3degF) at 8.30 am in Assagao-Goa.
Max Temp: 35.1 deg C; Min Temp: 21.4 deg C; Humidity: 55% (Official
figures for yesterday)
Weather: The morning is cooler than yesterday.

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

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