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*** GOA NEWS: Mar 22/06 - Tearful adieu to Fr Ferrao, Goan films, FN Souza,
Panjim shigmo, Water crisis, Sports...




*** Duo in priest's murder arrested in Nagpur

After being on hot trail of the two murderers of Macazana Parish Priest Fr
Eusebio Ferrao for nearly three days, the Goa police finally succeeded in
nabbing them in Nagpur, Maharashtra, on Tuesday morning. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11410


*** WHAT LED TO THE MURDER

* Manish comes to Goa in Sept 2005 in search of a job.
* Starts working in a transport company more as helper than a clerk. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11408


*** Tearful adieu to Fr Ferrao

Thousands of mourners from all walks of life bid a touching adieu to Macazana
Parish Priest, Fr Eusebio Ferrao as his mortal remains were laid to rest at
his home village of Chinchinim on Tuesday evening. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11406


*** After brickbats, cops get a pat for nabbing priest's killers

After brickbats, the police finally received a pat on their back for the
prompt arrest of the two UP natives involved in the brutal killing of Fr
Eusebio Ferrao. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11433


*** Special scheme for Goan film makers

The Goa Government has notified special scheme for providing financial
assistance to Goan film-makers, who produce films in the state. More at:

http://www.hindu.com/thehindu/holnus/009200603221340.htm


*** Goa BJP condemns Govt move to ban Konkani,Marathi schools

The Goa BJP has strongly condemned government's decision to cancel permission
of 21 Konkani and Marathi primary schools from next academic year dubbing it
as an attempt to encourage English education in the state. More at:

http://www.hindu.com/thehindu/holnus/004200603221340.htm


*** For Christ's sake

Will the late F N Souza's macabre crucifixion be the next big thing at the
auctions? More at:

http://www.mumbaimirror.com/nmirror/mmpaper.asp?sectid=18&articleid=3212
0062324583433212006232457453


*** Electricity cabling in coastal belts soon

While laying of underground cables has been started in Panjim and Margao -
soon it will be taken up in some parts of the coastal belts in the State.
More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11425


*** 891 power consumers owe arrears of Rs 25,000 each

Around 891 consumers are to pay power arrears exceeding Rs 25,000 each to the
Government. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11427


*** Kamat faces ire over Panjim, Margao underground cabling

Power Minister Digambar Kamat had to face the wrath of the Opposition as well
as members of Ruling party as to why only Panjim and Margao have been
given preferential treatment in laying underground electric cables, while
other cities have been neglected. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11426


*** RND staff to hold dharna on March 23

At an emergency meeting held by Government of India Employees' Union
(Goa), recently, it was unanimously decided that the Flotilla-staff
employed in River Navigation, Government (RND) of Goa - will participate
in a day-long dharna-cum-hunger strike in Panjim on March 23. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11417


*** GPCC's Vichar Vibhag cautions Goans on communal strife

Vichar Vibhag of Goa Pradesh Congress Committee has warned the law-enforcing
agencies in particular and Goans in general that any incident of communal
violence such as the one occurred at Sanvordem-Curchorem in the first week of
March will be a strong and urgent invitation to terrorist groups to expedite
their attacks in Goa. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11419


*** Is the law really an ass?

The local press has been devoting a lot of space (and rightly too!) on the
very disturbing events which have afflicted Goa recently. Communal riots, in
which the Muslims as a community, were specifically targeted, was unthinkable
a few months ago. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11401


*** Benaulim VP calls for controlling dog menace

Even as the rabies scare continued to haunt Benaulim for the second day today,
the Benaulim panchayat has asked the health authorities to take necessary
steps to control the dog menace. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11413


*** Oppn grills Shirodkar over stoppage of DSSS pensions

The Opposition grilled the Social Welfare Minister Subhash Shirodkar over
the sudden stoppage of pensions of number of beneficiaries in the last few
month under the Dayanand Social Security Scheme (DSSS). More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11431


*** Colouful programmes for Panjim Shigmo

Various colourful programmes will be held in the capital city as part of the
four-day Shigmo festival beginning on Thursday. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11428


*** Government okays 15 per cent bus fare hike

Commuters will soon have to pay extra from April 1 as the government has
agreed for a bus fare hike of around 15 %. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11424


*** HC disposes PIL on tree felling

The Bombay High Court at Goa today disposed off the Public Interest Litigation
(PIL) filed on the illegal felling of trees on the Communidade land at Assagao
following an assurance from the communidade that the land will be restored.
More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11411


*** Goa heading for a water crisis

Water woes could be a major burden in the near future. Taking in to account
some pockets of Goa which have been facing water problems over a period of
time, the water situation could be worse a few years from now if the Public
Works Department (PWD) does not gear up to meet the demand of water. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11404


*** Tourist arrivals in Goa drop

Tourist arrivals in Goa last year dropped by 9.9 per cent over the previous
year, official statistics have revealed. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11405


*** Late horrors haunt Dempo again

Dempo Sports Club conceded two late goals, including one in the last minute,
while playing a 2-2 draw with Turkmenistan Cup winners Merw Football Club.
More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11398


*** Day of reckoning for Fransa

Fransa-Pax Football Club's continuity in the 10th National Football League for
the ONGC Cup depends entirely on the verdict of the Appeal Committee. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11397


*** Seminar on importance of chess

Goa State Chess Association (GSCA) will organise a seminar on "Importance of
Chess in our Life" on March 30, on the occasion of Gudi Padwa, from 3.30 pm to
5.30 pm, at Gaspar Dias hall, Miramar. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11392


*** Nippon Goju Karate Do excel

Nippon Goju Karate Do of Margao bagged 24 medals in the 3rd Inter Dojos Fall
Contact Karate Championship organised by Nippon Karate Association held at MCC
hall, Margao. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11395


*** Verna reign supreme

Verna Sports Club reigned supreme in the all-Goa Curtorim Village Panchayat
Cup football tournament organised by Maina Sports Club, as they defeated
Ambelim Sports Club 5-4 via tie-breaker in an pulsating final played at SAG
grounds, Curtorim on Sunday. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11393


Compiled by: Avelino D'Souza
Goanet News Service
2006-03-22 12:51:43 UTC
Permalink
*** GOA NEWS: Mar 22/06 - Tearful adieu to Fr Ferrao, Goan films, FN Souza,
Panjim shigmo, Water crisis, Sports...




*** Duo in priest's murder arrested in Nagpur

After being on hot trail of the two murderers of Macazana Parish Priest Fr
Eusebio Ferrao for nearly three days, the Goa police finally succeeded in
nabbing them in Nagpur, Maharashtra, on Tuesday morning. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11410


*** WHAT LED TO THE MURDER

* Manish comes to Goa in Sept 2005 in search of a job.
* Starts working in a transport company more as helper than a clerk. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11408


*** Tearful adieu to Fr Ferrao

Thousands of mourners from all walks of life bid a touching adieu to Macazana
Parish Priest, Fr Eusebio Ferrao as his mortal remains were laid to rest at
his home village of Chinchinim on Tuesday evening. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11406


*** After brickbats, cops get a pat for nabbing priest's killers

After brickbats, the police finally received a pat on their back for the
prompt arrest of the two UP natives involved in the brutal killing of Fr
Eusebio Ferrao. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11433


*** Special scheme for Goan film makers

The Goa Government has notified special scheme for providing financial
assistance to Goan film-makers, who produce films in the state. More at:

http://www.hindu.com/thehindu/holnus/009200603221340.htm


*** Goa BJP condemns Govt move to ban Konkani,Marathi schools

The Goa BJP has strongly condemned government's decision to cancel permission
of 21 Konkani and Marathi primary schools from next academic year dubbing it
as an attempt to encourage English education in the state. More at:

http://www.hindu.com/thehindu/holnus/004200603221340.htm


*** For Christ's sake

Will the late F N Souza's macabre crucifixion be the next big thing at the
auctions? More at:

http://www.mumbaimirror.com/nmirror/mmpaper.asp?sectid=18&articleid=3212
0062324583433212006232457453


*** Electricity cabling in coastal belts soon

While laying of underground cables has been started in Panjim and Margao -
soon it will be taken up in some parts of the coastal belts in the State.
More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11425


*** 891 power consumers owe arrears of Rs 25,000 each

Around 891 consumers are to pay power arrears exceeding Rs 25,000 each to the
Government. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11427


*** Kamat faces ire over Panjim, Margao underground cabling

Power Minister Digambar Kamat had to face the wrath of the Opposition as well
as members of Ruling party as to why only Panjim and Margao have been
given preferential treatment in laying underground electric cables, while
other cities have been neglected. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11426


*** RND staff to hold dharna on March 23

At an emergency meeting held by Government of India Employees' Union
(Goa), recently, it was unanimously decided that the Flotilla-staff
employed in River Navigation, Government (RND) of Goa - will participate
in a day-long dharna-cum-hunger strike in Panjim on March 23. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11417


*** GPCC's Vichar Vibhag cautions Goans on communal strife

Vichar Vibhag of Goa Pradesh Congress Committee has warned the law-enforcing
agencies in particular and Goans in general that any incident of communal
violence such as the one occurred at Sanvordem-Curchorem in the first week of
March will be a strong and urgent invitation to terrorist groups to expedite
their attacks in Goa. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11419


*** Is the law really an ass?

The local press has been devoting a lot of space (and rightly too!) on the
very disturbing events which have afflicted Goa recently. Communal riots, in
which the Muslims as a community, were specifically targeted, was unthinkable
a few months ago. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11401


*** Benaulim VP calls for controlling dog menace

Even as the rabies scare continued to haunt Benaulim for the second day today,
the Benaulim panchayat has asked the health authorities to take necessary
steps to control the dog menace. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11413


*** Oppn grills Shirodkar over stoppage of DSSS pensions

The Opposition grilled the Social Welfare Minister Subhash Shirodkar over
the sudden stoppage of pensions of number of beneficiaries in the last few
month under the Dayanand Social Security Scheme (DSSS). More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11431


*** Colouful programmes for Panjim Shigmo

Various colourful programmes will be held in the capital city as part of the
four-day Shigmo festival beginning on Thursday. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11428


*** Government okays 15 per cent bus fare hike

Commuters will soon have to pay extra from April 1 as the government has
agreed for a bus fare hike of around 15 %. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11424


*** HC disposes PIL on tree felling

The Bombay High Court at Goa today disposed off the Public Interest Litigation
(PIL) filed on the illegal felling of trees on the Communidade land at Assagao
following an assurance from the communidade that the land will be restored.
More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11411


*** Goa heading for a water crisis

Water woes could be a major burden in the near future. Taking in to account
some pockets of Goa which have been facing water problems over a period of
time, the water situation could be worse a few years from now if the Public
Works Department (PWD) does not gear up to meet the demand of water. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11404


*** Tourist arrivals in Goa drop

Tourist arrivals in Goa last year dropped by 9.9 per cent over the previous
year, official statistics have revealed. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11405


*** Late horrors haunt Dempo again

Dempo Sports Club conceded two late goals, including one in the last minute,
while playing a 2-2 draw with Turkmenistan Cup winners Merw Football Club.
More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11398


*** Day of reckoning for Fransa

Fransa-Pax Football Club's continuity in the 10th National Football League for
the ONGC Cup depends entirely on the verdict of the Appeal Committee. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11397


*** Seminar on importance of chess

Goa State Chess Association (GSCA) will organise a seminar on "Importance of
Chess in our Life" on March 30, on the occasion of Gudi Padwa, from 3.30 pm to
5.30 pm, at Gaspar Dias hall, Miramar. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11392


*** Nippon Goju Karate Do excel

Nippon Goju Karate Do of Margao bagged 24 medals in the 3rd Inter Dojos Fall
Contact Karate Championship organised by Nippon Karate Association held at MCC
hall, Margao. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11395


*** Verna reign supreme

Verna Sports Club reigned supreme in the all-Goa Curtorim Village Panchayat
Cup football tournament organised by Maina Sports Club, as they defeated
Ambelim Sports Club 5-4 via tie-breaker in an pulsating final played at SAG
grounds, Curtorim on Sunday. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11393


Compiled by: Avelino D'Souza
Goanet News Service
2006-03-22 12:51:43 UTC
Permalink
*** GOA NEWS: Mar 22/06 - Tearful adieu to Fr Ferrao, Goan films, FN Souza,
Panjim shigmo, Water crisis, Sports...




*** Duo in priest's murder arrested in Nagpur

After being on hot trail of the two murderers of Macazana Parish Priest Fr
Eusebio Ferrao for nearly three days, the Goa police finally succeeded in
nabbing them in Nagpur, Maharashtra, on Tuesday morning. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11410


*** WHAT LED TO THE MURDER

* Manish comes to Goa in Sept 2005 in search of a job.
* Starts working in a transport company more as helper than a clerk. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11408


*** Tearful adieu to Fr Ferrao

Thousands of mourners from all walks of life bid a touching adieu to Macazana
Parish Priest, Fr Eusebio Ferrao as his mortal remains were laid to rest at
his home village of Chinchinim on Tuesday evening. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11406


*** After brickbats, cops get a pat for nabbing priest's killers

After brickbats, the police finally received a pat on their back for the
prompt arrest of the two UP natives involved in the brutal killing of Fr
Eusebio Ferrao. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11433


*** Special scheme for Goan film makers

The Goa Government has notified special scheme for providing financial
assistance to Goan film-makers, who produce films in the state. More at:

http://www.hindu.com/thehindu/holnus/009200603221340.htm


*** Goa BJP condemns Govt move to ban Konkani,Marathi schools

The Goa BJP has strongly condemned government's decision to cancel permission
of 21 Konkani and Marathi primary schools from next academic year dubbing it
as an attempt to encourage English education in the state. More at:

http://www.hindu.com/thehindu/holnus/004200603221340.htm


*** For Christ's sake

Will the late F N Souza's macabre crucifixion be the next big thing at the
auctions? More at:

http://www.mumbaimirror.com/nmirror/mmpaper.asp?sectid=18&articleid=3212
0062324583433212006232457453


*** Electricity cabling in coastal belts soon

While laying of underground cables has been started in Panjim and Margao -
soon it will be taken up in some parts of the coastal belts in the State.
More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11425


*** 891 power consumers owe arrears of Rs 25,000 each

Around 891 consumers are to pay power arrears exceeding Rs 25,000 each to the
Government. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11427


*** Kamat faces ire over Panjim, Margao underground cabling

Power Minister Digambar Kamat had to face the wrath of the Opposition as well
as members of Ruling party as to why only Panjim and Margao have been
given preferential treatment in laying underground electric cables, while
other cities have been neglected. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11426


*** RND staff to hold dharna on March 23

At an emergency meeting held by Government of India Employees' Union
(Goa), recently, it was unanimously decided that the Flotilla-staff
employed in River Navigation, Government (RND) of Goa - will participate
in a day-long dharna-cum-hunger strike in Panjim on March 23. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11417


*** GPCC's Vichar Vibhag cautions Goans on communal strife

Vichar Vibhag of Goa Pradesh Congress Committee has warned the law-enforcing
agencies in particular and Goans in general that any incident of communal
violence such as the one occurred at Sanvordem-Curchorem in the first week of
March will be a strong and urgent invitation to terrorist groups to expedite
their attacks in Goa. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11419


*** Is the law really an ass?

The local press has been devoting a lot of space (and rightly too!) on the
very disturbing events which have afflicted Goa recently. Communal riots, in
which the Muslims as a community, were specifically targeted, was unthinkable
a few months ago. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11401


*** Benaulim VP calls for controlling dog menace

Even as the rabies scare continued to haunt Benaulim for the second day today,
the Benaulim panchayat has asked the health authorities to take necessary
steps to control the dog menace. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11413


*** Oppn grills Shirodkar over stoppage of DSSS pensions

The Opposition grilled the Social Welfare Minister Subhash Shirodkar over
the sudden stoppage of pensions of number of beneficiaries in the last few
month under the Dayanand Social Security Scheme (DSSS). More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11431


*** Colouful programmes for Panjim Shigmo

Various colourful programmes will be held in the capital city as part of the
four-day Shigmo festival beginning on Thursday. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11428


*** Government okays 15 per cent bus fare hike

Commuters will soon have to pay extra from April 1 as the government has
agreed for a bus fare hike of around 15 %. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11424


*** HC disposes PIL on tree felling

The Bombay High Court at Goa today disposed off the Public Interest Litigation
(PIL) filed on the illegal felling of trees on the Communidade land at Assagao
following an assurance from the communidade that the land will be restored.
More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11411


*** Goa heading for a water crisis

Water woes could be a major burden in the near future. Taking in to account
some pockets of Goa which have been facing water problems over a period of
time, the water situation could be worse a few years from now if the Public
Works Department (PWD) does not gear up to meet the demand of water. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11404


*** Tourist arrivals in Goa drop

Tourist arrivals in Goa last year dropped by 9.9 per cent over the previous
year, official statistics have revealed. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11405


*** Late horrors haunt Dempo again

Dempo Sports Club conceded two late goals, including one in the last minute,
while playing a 2-2 draw with Turkmenistan Cup winners Merw Football Club.
More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11398


*** Day of reckoning for Fransa

Fransa-Pax Football Club's continuity in the 10th National Football League for
the ONGC Cup depends entirely on the verdict of the Appeal Committee. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11397


*** Seminar on importance of chess

Goa State Chess Association (GSCA) will organise a seminar on "Importance of
Chess in our Life" on March 30, on the occasion of Gudi Padwa, from 3.30 pm to
5.30 pm, at Gaspar Dias hall, Miramar. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11392


*** Nippon Goju Karate Do excel

Nippon Goju Karate Do of Margao bagged 24 medals in the 3rd Inter Dojos Fall
Contact Karate Championship organised by Nippon Karate Association held at MCC
hall, Margao. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11395


*** Verna reign supreme

Verna Sports Club reigned supreme in the all-Goa Curtorim Village Panchayat
Cup football tournament organised by Maina Sports Club, as they defeated
Ambelim Sports Club 5-4 via tie-breaker in an pulsating final played at SAG
grounds, Curtorim on Sunday. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11393


Compiled by: Avelino D'Souza
Goanet News Service
2006-03-22 12:51:43 UTC
Permalink
*** GOA NEWS: Mar 22/06 - Tearful adieu to Fr Ferrao, Goan films, FN Souza,
Panjim shigmo, Water crisis, Sports...




*** Duo in priest's murder arrested in Nagpur

After being on hot trail of the two murderers of Macazana Parish Priest Fr
Eusebio Ferrao for nearly three days, the Goa police finally succeeded in
nabbing them in Nagpur, Maharashtra, on Tuesday morning. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11410


*** WHAT LED TO THE MURDER

* Manish comes to Goa in Sept 2005 in search of a job.
* Starts working in a transport company more as helper than a clerk. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11408


*** Tearful adieu to Fr Ferrao

Thousands of mourners from all walks of life bid a touching adieu to Macazana
Parish Priest, Fr Eusebio Ferrao as his mortal remains were laid to rest at
his home village of Chinchinim on Tuesday evening. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11406


*** After brickbats, cops get a pat for nabbing priest's killers

After brickbats, the police finally received a pat on their back for the
prompt arrest of the two UP natives involved in the brutal killing of Fr
Eusebio Ferrao. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11433


*** Special scheme for Goan film makers

The Goa Government has notified special scheme for providing financial
assistance to Goan film-makers, who produce films in the state. More at:

http://www.hindu.com/thehindu/holnus/009200603221340.htm


*** Goa BJP condemns Govt move to ban Konkani,Marathi schools

The Goa BJP has strongly condemned government's decision to cancel permission
of 21 Konkani and Marathi primary schools from next academic year dubbing it
as an attempt to encourage English education in the state. More at:

http://www.hindu.com/thehindu/holnus/004200603221340.htm


*** For Christ's sake

Will the late F N Souza's macabre crucifixion be the next big thing at the
auctions? More at:

http://www.mumbaimirror.com/nmirror/mmpaper.asp?sectid=18&articleid=3212
0062324583433212006232457453


*** Electricity cabling in coastal belts soon

While laying of underground cables has been started in Panjim and Margao -
soon it will be taken up in some parts of the coastal belts in the State.
More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11425


*** 891 power consumers owe arrears of Rs 25,000 each

Around 891 consumers are to pay power arrears exceeding Rs 25,000 each to the
Government. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11427


*** Kamat faces ire over Panjim, Margao underground cabling

Power Minister Digambar Kamat had to face the wrath of the Opposition as well
as members of Ruling party as to why only Panjim and Margao have been
given preferential treatment in laying underground electric cables, while
other cities have been neglected. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11426


*** RND staff to hold dharna on March 23

At an emergency meeting held by Government of India Employees' Union
(Goa), recently, it was unanimously decided that the Flotilla-staff
employed in River Navigation, Government (RND) of Goa - will participate
in a day-long dharna-cum-hunger strike in Panjim on March 23. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11417


*** GPCC's Vichar Vibhag cautions Goans on communal strife

Vichar Vibhag of Goa Pradesh Congress Committee has warned the law-enforcing
agencies in particular and Goans in general that any incident of communal
violence such as the one occurred at Sanvordem-Curchorem in the first week of
March will be a strong and urgent invitation to terrorist groups to expedite
their attacks in Goa. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11419


*** Is the law really an ass?

The local press has been devoting a lot of space (and rightly too!) on the
very disturbing events which have afflicted Goa recently. Communal riots, in
which the Muslims as a community, were specifically targeted, was unthinkable
a few months ago. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11401


*** Benaulim VP calls for controlling dog menace

Even as the rabies scare continued to haunt Benaulim for the second day today,
the Benaulim panchayat has asked the health authorities to take necessary
steps to control the dog menace. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11413


*** Oppn grills Shirodkar over stoppage of DSSS pensions

The Opposition grilled the Social Welfare Minister Subhash Shirodkar over
the sudden stoppage of pensions of number of beneficiaries in the last few
month under the Dayanand Social Security Scheme (DSSS). More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11431


*** Colouful programmes for Panjim Shigmo

Various colourful programmes will be held in the capital city as part of the
four-day Shigmo festival beginning on Thursday. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11428


*** Government okays 15 per cent bus fare hike

Commuters will soon have to pay extra from April 1 as the government has
agreed for a bus fare hike of around 15 %. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11424


*** HC disposes PIL on tree felling

The Bombay High Court at Goa today disposed off the Public Interest Litigation
(PIL) filed on the illegal felling of trees on the Communidade land at Assagao
following an assurance from the communidade that the land will be restored.
More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11411


*** Goa heading for a water crisis

Water woes could be a major burden in the near future. Taking in to account
some pockets of Goa which have been facing water problems over a period of
time, the water situation could be worse a few years from now if the Public
Works Department (PWD) does not gear up to meet the demand of water. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11404


*** Tourist arrivals in Goa drop

Tourist arrivals in Goa last year dropped by 9.9 per cent over the previous
year, official statistics have revealed. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11405


*** Late horrors haunt Dempo again

Dempo Sports Club conceded two late goals, including one in the last minute,
while playing a 2-2 draw with Turkmenistan Cup winners Merw Football Club.
More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11398


*** Day of reckoning for Fransa

Fransa-Pax Football Club's continuity in the 10th National Football League for
the ONGC Cup depends entirely on the verdict of the Appeal Committee. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11397


*** Seminar on importance of chess

Goa State Chess Association (GSCA) will organise a seminar on "Importance of
Chess in our Life" on March 30, on the occasion of Gudi Padwa, from 3.30 pm to
5.30 pm, at Gaspar Dias hall, Miramar. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11392


*** Nippon Goju Karate Do excel

Nippon Goju Karate Do of Margao bagged 24 medals in the 3rd Inter Dojos Fall
Contact Karate Championship organised by Nippon Karate Association held at MCC
hall, Margao. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11395


*** Verna reign supreme

Verna Sports Club reigned supreme in the all-Goa Curtorim Village Panchayat
Cup football tournament organised by Maina Sports Club, as they defeated
Ambelim Sports Club 5-4 via tie-breaker in an pulsating final played at SAG
grounds, Curtorim on Sunday. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11393


Compiled by: Avelino D'Souza
Goanet News Service
2006-03-22 12:51:43 UTC
Permalink
*** GOA NEWS: Mar 22/06 - Tearful adieu to Fr Ferrao, Goan films, FN Souza,
Panjim shigmo, Water crisis, Sports...




*** Duo in priest's murder arrested in Nagpur

After being on hot trail of the two murderers of Macazana Parish Priest Fr
Eusebio Ferrao for nearly three days, the Goa police finally succeeded in
nabbing them in Nagpur, Maharashtra, on Tuesday morning. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11410


*** WHAT LED TO THE MURDER

* Manish comes to Goa in Sept 2005 in search of a job.
* Starts working in a transport company more as helper than a clerk. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11408


*** Tearful adieu to Fr Ferrao

Thousands of mourners from all walks of life bid a touching adieu to Macazana
Parish Priest, Fr Eusebio Ferrao as his mortal remains were laid to rest at
his home village of Chinchinim on Tuesday evening. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11406


*** After brickbats, cops get a pat for nabbing priest's killers

After brickbats, the police finally received a pat on their back for the
prompt arrest of the two UP natives involved in the brutal killing of Fr
Eusebio Ferrao. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11433


*** Special scheme for Goan film makers

The Goa Government has notified special scheme for providing financial
assistance to Goan film-makers, who produce films in the state. More at:

http://www.hindu.com/thehindu/holnus/009200603221340.htm


*** Goa BJP condemns Govt move to ban Konkani,Marathi schools

The Goa BJP has strongly condemned government's decision to cancel permission
of 21 Konkani and Marathi primary schools from next academic year dubbing it
as an attempt to encourage English education in the state. More at:

http://www.hindu.com/thehindu/holnus/004200603221340.htm


*** For Christ's sake

Will the late F N Souza's macabre crucifixion be the next big thing at the
auctions? More at:

http://www.mumbaimirror.com/nmirror/mmpaper.asp?sectid=18&articleid=3212
0062324583433212006232457453


*** Electricity cabling in coastal belts soon

While laying of underground cables has been started in Panjim and Margao -
soon it will be taken up in some parts of the coastal belts in the State.
More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11425


*** 891 power consumers owe arrears of Rs 25,000 each

Around 891 consumers are to pay power arrears exceeding Rs 25,000 each to the
Government. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11427


*** Kamat faces ire over Panjim, Margao underground cabling

Power Minister Digambar Kamat had to face the wrath of the Opposition as well
as members of Ruling party as to why only Panjim and Margao have been
given preferential treatment in laying underground electric cables, while
other cities have been neglected. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11426


*** RND staff to hold dharna on March 23

At an emergency meeting held by Government of India Employees' Union
(Goa), recently, it was unanimously decided that the Flotilla-staff
employed in River Navigation, Government (RND) of Goa - will participate
in a day-long dharna-cum-hunger strike in Panjim on March 23. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11417


*** GPCC's Vichar Vibhag cautions Goans on communal strife

Vichar Vibhag of Goa Pradesh Congress Committee has warned the law-enforcing
agencies in particular and Goans in general that any incident of communal
violence such as the one occurred at Sanvordem-Curchorem in the first week of
March will be a strong and urgent invitation to terrorist groups to expedite
their attacks in Goa. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11419


*** Is the law really an ass?

The local press has been devoting a lot of space (and rightly too!) on the
very disturbing events which have afflicted Goa recently. Communal riots, in
which the Muslims as a community, were specifically targeted, was unthinkable
a few months ago. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11401


*** Benaulim VP calls for controlling dog menace

Even as the rabies scare continued to haunt Benaulim for the second day today,
the Benaulim panchayat has asked the health authorities to take necessary
steps to control the dog menace. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11413


*** Oppn grills Shirodkar over stoppage of DSSS pensions

The Opposition grilled the Social Welfare Minister Subhash Shirodkar over
the sudden stoppage of pensions of number of beneficiaries in the last few
month under the Dayanand Social Security Scheme (DSSS). More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11431


*** Colouful programmes for Panjim Shigmo

Various colourful programmes will be held in the capital city as part of the
four-day Shigmo festival beginning on Thursday. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11428


*** Government okays 15 per cent bus fare hike

Commuters will soon have to pay extra from April 1 as the government has
agreed for a bus fare hike of around 15 %. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11424


*** HC disposes PIL on tree felling

The Bombay High Court at Goa today disposed off the Public Interest Litigation
(PIL) filed on the illegal felling of trees on the Communidade land at Assagao
following an assurance from the communidade that the land will be restored.
More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11411


*** Goa heading for a water crisis

Water woes could be a major burden in the near future. Taking in to account
some pockets of Goa which have been facing water problems over a period of
time, the water situation could be worse a few years from now if the Public
Works Department (PWD) does not gear up to meet the demand of water. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11404


*** Tourist arrivals in Goa drop

Tourist arrivals in Goa last year dropped by 9.9 per cent over the previous
year, official statistics have revealed. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11405


*** Late horrors haunt Dempo again

Dempo Sports Club conceded two late goals, including one in the last minute,
while playing a 2-2 draw with Turkmenistan Cup winners Merw Football Club.
More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11398


*** Day of reckoning for Fransa

Fransa-Pax Football Club's continuity in the 10th National Football League for
the ONGC Cup depends entirely on the verdict of the Appeal Committee. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11397


*** Seminar on importance of chess

Goa State Chess Association (GSCA) will organise a seminar on "Importance of
Chess in our Life" on March 30, on the occasion of Gudi Padwa, from 3.30 pm to
5.30 pm, at Gaspar Dias hall, Miramar. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11392


*** Nippon Goju Karate Do excel

Nippon Goju Karate Do of Margao bagged 24 medals in the 3rd Inter Dojos Fall
Contact Karate Championship organised by Nippon Karate Association held at MCC
hall, Margao. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11395


*** Verna reign supreme

Verna Sports Club reigned supreme in the all-Goa Curtorim Village Panchayat
Cup football tournament organised by Maina Sports Club, as they defeated
Ambelim Sports Club 5-4 via tie-breaker in an pulsating final played at SAG
grounds, Curtorim on Sunday. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11393


Compiled by: Avelino D'Souza
Goanet News Service
2006-03-22 12:51:43 UTC
Permalink
*** GOA NEWS: Mar 22/06 - Tearful adieu to Fr Ferrao, Goan films, FN Souza,
Panjim shigmo, Water crisis, Sports...




*** Duo in priest's murder arrested in Nagpur

After being on hot trail of the two murderers of Macazana Parish Priest Fr
Eusebio Ferrao for nearly three days, the Goa police finally succeeded in
nabbing them in Nagpur, Maharashtra, on Tuesday morning. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11410


*** WHAT LED TO THE MURDER

* Manish comes to Goa in Sept 2005 in search of a job.
* Starts working in a transport company more as helper than a clerk. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11408


*** Tearful adieu to Fr Ferrao

Thousands of mourners from all walks of life bid a touching adieu to Macazana
Parish Priest, Fr Eusebio Ferrao as his mortal remains were laid to rest at
his home village of Chinchinim on Tuesday evening. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11406


*** After brickbats, cops get a pat for nabbing priest's killers

After brickbats, the police finally received a pat on their back for the
prompt arrest of the two UP natives involved in the brutal killing of Fr
Eusebio Ferrao. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11433


*** Special scheme for Goan film makers

The Goa Government has notified special scheme for providing financial
assistance to Goan film-makers, who produce films in the state. More at:

http://www.hindu.com/thehindu/holnus/009200603221340.htm


*** Goa BJP condemns Govt move to ban Konkani,Marathi schools

The Goa BJP has strongly condemned government's decision to cancel permission
of 21 Konkani and Marathi primary schools from next academic year dubbing it
as an attempt to encourage English education in the state. More at:

http://www.hindu.com/thehindu/holnus/004200603221340.htm


*** For Christ's sake

Will the late F N Souza's macabre crucifixion be the next big thing at the
auctions? More at:

http://www.mumbaimirror.com/nmirror/mmpaper.asp?sectid=18&articleid=3212
0062324583433212006232457453


*** Electricity cabling in coastal belts soon

While laying of underground cables has been started in Panjim and Margao -
soon it will be taken up in some parts of the coastal belts in the State.
More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11425


*** 891 power consumers owe arrears of Rs 25,000 each

Around 891 consumers are to pay power arrears exceeding Rs 25,000 each to the
Government. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11427


*** Kamat faces ire over Panjim, Margao underground cabling

Power Minister Digambar Kamat had to face the wrath of the Opposition as well
as members of Ruling party as to why only Panjim and Margao have been
given preferential treatment in laying underground electric cables, while
other cities have been neglected. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11426


*** RND staff to hold dharna on March 23

At an emergency meeting held by Government of India Employees' Union
(Goa), recently, it was unanimously decided that the Flotilla-staff
employed in River Navigation, Government (RND) of Goa - will participate
in a day-long dharna-cum-hunger strike in Panjim on March 23. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11417


*** GPCC's Vichar Vibhag cautions Goans on communal strife

Vichar Vibhag of Goa Pradesh Congress Committee has warned the law-enforcing
agencies in particular and Goans in general that any incident of communal
violence such as the one occurred at Sanvordem-Curchorem in the first week of
March will be a strong and urgent invitation to terrorist groups to expedite
their attacks in Goa. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11419


*** Is the law really an ass?

The local press has been devoting a lot of space (and rightly too!) on the
very disturbing events which have afflicted Goa recently. Communal riots, in
which the Muslims as a community, were specifically targeted, was unthinkable
a few months ago. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11401


*** Benaulim VP calls for controlling dog menace

Even as the rabies scare continued to haunt Benaulim for the second day today,
the Benaulim panchayat has asked the health authorities to take necessary
steps to control the dog menace. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11413


*** Oppn grills Shirodkar over stoppage of DSSS pensions

The Opposition grilled the Social Welfare Minister Subhash Shirodkar over
the sudden stoppage of pensions of number of beneficiaries in the last few
month under the Dayanand Social Security Scheme (DSSS). More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11431


*** Colouful programmes for Panjim Shigmo

Various colourful programmes will be held in the capital city as part of the
four-day Shigmo festival beginning on Thursday. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11428


*** Government okays 15 per cent bus fare hike

Commuters will soon have to pay extra from April 1 as the government has
agreed for a bus fare hike of around 15 %. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11424


*** HC disposes PIL on tree felling

The Bombay High Court at Goa today disposed off the Public Interest Litigation
(PIL) filed on the illegal felling of trees on the Communidade land at Assagao
following an assurance from the communidade that the land will be restored.
More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11411


*** Goa heading for a water crisis

Water woes could be a major burden in the near future. Taking in to account
some pockets of Goa which have been facing water problems over a period of
time, the water situation could be worse a few years from now if the Public
Works Department (PWD) does not gear up to meet the demand of water. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11404


*** Tourist arrivals in Goa drop

Tourist arrivals in Goa last year dropped by 9.9 per cent over the previous
year, official statistics have revealed. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11405


*** Late horrors haunt Dempo again

Dempo Sports Club conceded two late goals, including one in the last minute,
while playing a 2-2 draw with Turkmenistan Cup winners Merw Football Club.
More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11398


*** Day of reckoning for Fransa

Fransa-Pax Football Club's continuity in the 10th National Football League for
the ONGC Cup depends entirely on the verdict of the Appeal Committee. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11397


*** Seminar on importance of chess

Goa State Chess Association (GSCA) will organise a seminar on "Importance of
Chess in our Life" on March 30, on the occasion of Gudi Padwa, from 3.30 pm to
5.30 pm, at Gaspar Dias hall, Miramar. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11392


*** Nippon Goju Karate Do excel

Nippon Goju Karate Do of Margao bagged 24 medals in the 3rd Inter Dojos Fall
Contact Karate Championship organised by Nippon Karate Association held at MCC
hall, Margao. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11395


*** Verna reign supreme

Verna Sports Club reigned supreme in the all-Goa Curtorim Village Panchayat
Cup football tournament organised by Maina Sports Club, as they defeated
Ambelim Sports Club 5-4 via tie-breaker in an pulsating final played at SAG
grounds, Curtorim on Sunday. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11393


Compiled by: Avelino D'Souza
Goanet News Service
2006-03-22 12:51:43 UTC
Permalink
*** GOA NEWS: Mar 22/06 - Tearful adieu to Fr Ferrao, Goan films, FN Souza,
Panjim shigmo, Water crisis, Sports...




*** Duo in priest's murder arrested in Nagpur

After being on hot trail of the two murderers of Macazana Parish Priest Fr
Eusebio Ferrao for nearly three days, the Goa police finally succeeded in
nabbing them in Nagpur, Maharashtra, on Tuesday morning. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11410


*** WHAT LED TO THE MURDER

* Manish comes to Goa in Sept 2005 in search of a job.
* Starts working in a transport company more as helper than a clerk. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11408


*** Tearful adieu to Fr Ferrao

Thousands of mourners from all walks of life bid a touching adieu to Macazana
Parish Priest, Fr Eusebio Ferrao as his mortal remains were laid to rest at
his home village of Chinchinim on Tuesday evening. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11406


*** After brickbats, cops get a pat for nabbing priest's killers

After brickbats, the police finally received a pat on their back for the
prompt arrest of the two UP natives involved in the brutal killing of Fr
Eusebio Ferrao. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11433


*** Special scheme for Goan film makers

The Goa Government has notified special scheme for providing financial
assistance to Goan film-makers, who produce films in the state. More at:

http://www.hindu.com/thehindu/holnus/009200603221340.htm


*** Goa BJP condemns Govt move to ban Konkani,Marathi schools

The Goa BJP has strongly condemned government's decision to cancel permission
of 21 Konkani and Marathi primary schools from next academic year dubbing it
as an attempt to encourage English education in the state. More at:

http://www.hindu.com/thehindu/holnus/004200603221340.htm


*** For Christ's sake

Will the late F N Souza's macabre crucifixion be the next big thing at the
auctions? More at:

http://www.mumbaimirror.com/nmirror/mmpaper.asp?sectid=18&articleid=3212
0062324583433212006232457453


*** Electricity cabling in coastal belts soon

While laying of underground cables has been started in Panjim and Margao -
soon it will be taken up in some parts of the coastal belts in the State.
More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11425


*** 891 power consumers owe arrears of Rs 25,000 each

Around 891 consumers are to pay power arrears exceeding Rs 25,000 each to the
Government. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11427


*** Kamat faces ire over Panjim, Margao underground cabling

Power Minister Digambar Kamat had to face the wrath of the Opposition as well
as members of Ruling party as to why only Panjim and Margao have been
given preferential treatment in laying underground electric cables, while
other cities have been neglected. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11426


*** RND staff to hold dharna on March 23

At an emergency meeting held by Government of India Employees' Union
(Goa), recently, it was unanimously decided that the Flotilla-staff
employed in River Navigation, Government (RND) of Goa - will participate
in a day-long dharna-cum-hunger strike in Panjim on March 23. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11417


*** GPCC's Vichar Vibhag cautions Goans on communal strife

Vichar Vibhag of Goa Pradesh Congress Committee has warned the law-enforcing
agencies in particular and Goans in general that any incident of communal
violence such as the one occurred at Sanvordem-Curchorem in the first week of
March will be a strong and urgent invitation to terrorist groups to expedite
their attacks in Goa. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11419


*** Is the law really an ass?

The local press has been devoting a lot of space (and rightly too!) on the
very disturbing events which have afflicted Goa recently. Communal riots, in
which the Muslims as a community, were specifically targeted, was unthinkable
a few months ago. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11401


*** Benaulim VP calls for controlling dog menace

Even as the rabies scare continued to haunt Benaulim for the second day today,
the Benaulim panchayat has asked the health authorities to take necessary
steps to control the dog menace. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11413


*** Oppn grills Shirodkar over stoppage of DSSS pensions

The Opposition grilled the Social Welfare Minister Subhash Shirodkar over
the sudden stoppage of pensions of number of beneficiaries in the last few
month under the Dayanand Social Security Scheme (DSSS). More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11431


*** Colouful programmes for Panjim Shigmo

Various colourful programmes will be held in the capital city as part of the
four-day Shigmo festival beginning on Thursday. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11428


*** Government okays 15 per cent bus fare hike

Commuters will soon have to pay extra from April 1 as the government has
agreed for a bus fare hike of around 15 %. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11424


*** HC disposes PIL on tree felling

The Bombay High Court at Goa today disposed off the Public Interest Litigation
(PIL) filed on the illegal felling of trees on the Communidade land at Assagao
following an assurance from the communidade that the land will be restored.
More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11411


*** Goa heading for a water crisis

Water woes could be a major burden in the near future. Taking in to account
some pockets of Goa which have been facing water problems over a period of
time, the water situation could be worse a few years from now if the Public
Works Department (PWD) does not gear up to meet the demand of water. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11404


*** Tourist arrivals in Goa drop

Tourist arrivals in Goa last year dropped by 9.9 per cent over the previous
year, official statistics have revealed. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11405


*** Late horrors haunt Dempo again

Dempo Sports Club conceded two late goals, including one in the last minute,
while playing a 2-2 draw with Turkmenistan Cup winners Merw Football Club.
More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11398


*** Day of reckoning for Fransa

Fransa-Pax Football Club's continuity in the 10th National Football League for
the ONGC Cup depends entirely on the verdict of the Appeal Committee. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11397


*** Seminar on importance of chess

Goa State Chess Association (GSCA) will organise a seminar on "Importance of
Chess in our Life" on March 30, on the occasion of Gudi Padwa, from 3.30 pm to
5.30 pm, at Gaspar Dias hall, Miramar. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11392


*** Nippon Goju Karate Do excel

Nippon Goju Karate Do of Margao bagged 24 medals in the 3rd Inter Dojos Fall
Contact Karate Championship organised by Nippon Karate Association held at MCC
hall, Margao. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11395


*** Verna reign supreme

Verna Sports Club reigned supreme in the all-Goa Curtorim Village Panchayat
Cup football tournament organised by Maina Sports Club, as they defeated
Ambelim Sports Club 5-4 via tie-breaker in an pulsating final played at SAG
grounds, Curtorim on Sunday. More at:

http://oheraldo.in/node/11393


Compiled by: Avelino D'Souza

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