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Casinos in Goa too!
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Bernado Colaco
2009-07-24 03:50:44 UTC
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There are casinos in Goa too! One jabalpur walla points fingers at Macau casinos. Most of the casinos investments in developed Macau are from the lovely USA?and the bosses are jews who have come here to make heavy profits.

On an other note I hope jabalpur has now developed, because 30 years ago when I represented Goa for junior hockey our team had to use pot holes to answer nature's call. At least the Portuguese left us with pig toilets. The visit to jabalpur left a sour taste and left me thinking 'did these fellows invade Goa to learn about piggy toilets?'

BC

Goa for Goans


?


Goa's offshore casino business booming
22 July 2009
?
GOA, India
?
As reported by the Indo Asia News Service: "Once known as a hot-spot for hippies, Goa's new found reputation as a gambling destination appears to be catching on fast. In financial year 2008-09, nearly 121,000 gamblers visited the state's five offshore casinos.
?
"Figures released by Commissioner of Commercial Taxes ...indicate that among the casinos in the Mandovi river, off Panaji, the most popular turned out to be the oldest one - M.V. Caravela owned by Advani pleasure cruises.
?
"Caravela was frequented by nearly 36,000 gamblers. The casino, which has been in operation since 1999, put nearly Rs.1.39 crore into the government coffers by way of entertainment tax..."
Mario Goveia
2009-07-24 14:27:03 UTC
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Date: Fri, 24 Jul 2009 03:50:44 +0000 (GMT)
From: Bernado Colaco <ole_xac at yahoo.co.uk>

Most of the casinos investments in developed Macau are from the lovely USA and the bosses are jews who have come here to make heavy profits.

Mario responds:

Hey, Bernardo,

Thanks for confirming that beautiful Macau would have been another filthy ex-Portuguese backwater were it not for enterprising American Jews. If India were not so xenophobic about foreign investments they would have turned Goa into a beautiful gambling paradise as well instead of the rinky dink casinos currently in Goa:-))

Bernardo wrote:

On an other note I hope jabalpur has now developed, because 30 years ago when I represented Goa for junior hockey our team had to use pot holes to answer nature's call. At least the Portuguese left us with pig toilets. The visit to jabalpur left a sour taste and left me thinking 'did these fellows invade Goa to learn about piggy toilets?'

Mario responds:

I checked with my friends and they said your managers asked for holes in the ground to make you fellows from Goa feel at home. They had asked for pig toilets, but they did not have the right kind of pigs that could look admiringly up at the nutrition you were about to provide:-))

I'm told the sour taste came from the outcome of the tournament:-))
JoeGoaUk
2009-07-24 23:33:25 UTC
Permalink
[Goanet] Casinos in Goa too!
?
There are in all 6?
?
If you take this Riverside walk, Panjim,
You will see them all.

?
Except Maharaja Casino which joined in February,
can be seen here.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/joegoauk17/3288388534/
?
However,?it seems ?2 of the 5 operating Casinos are grounded?
Caravela since about one month
and Leela about two weeks?
?
Maharaja, not yet started.

Joegoauk at yahoo.co.uk

for Goa & NRI related info...
http://in.groups.yahoo.com/group/GOAN-NRI/

For Goan Video Clips
http://youtube.com/joeukgoa

In Goa, Dial? 1 0 8
For Hospital, Police, Fire etc
Bernado Colaco
2009-07-24 03:50:44 UTC
Permalink
There are casinos in Goa too! One jabalpur walla points fingers at Macau casinos. Most of the casinos investments in developed Macau are from the lovely USA?and the bosses are jews who have come here to make heavy profits.

On an other note I hope jabalpur has now developed, because 30 years ago when I represented Goa for junior hockey our team had to use pot holes to answer nature's call. At least the Portuguese left us with pig toilets. The visit to jabalpur left a sour taste and left me thinking 'did these fellows invade Goa to learn about piggy toilets?'

BC

Goa for Goans


?


Goa's offshore casino business booming
22 July 2009
?
GOA, India
?
As reported by the Indo Asia News Service: "Once known as a hot-spot for hippies, Goa's new found reputation as a gambling destination appears to be catching on fast. In financial year 2008-09, nearly 121,000 gamblers visited the state's five offshore casinos.
?
"Figures released by Commissioner of Commercial Taxes ...indicate that among the casinos in the Mandovi river, off Panaji, the most popular turned out to be the oldest one - M.V. Caravela owned by Advani pleasure cruises.
?
"Caravela was frequented by nearly 36,000 gamblers. The casino, which has been in operation since 1999, put nearly Rs.1.39 crore into the government coffers by way of entertainment tax..."
Mario Goveia
2009-07-24 14:27:03 UTC
Permalink
Date: Fri, 24 Jul 2009 03:50:44 +0000 (GMT)
From: Bernado Colaco <ole_xac at yahoo.co.uk>

Most of the casinos investments in developed Macau are from the lovely USA and the bosses are jews who have come here to make heavy profits.

Mario responds:

Hey, Bernardo,

Thanks for confirming that beautiful Macau would have been another filthy ex-Portuguese backwater were it not for enterprising American Jews. If India were not so xenophobic about foreign investments they would have turned Goa into a beautiful gambling paradise as well instead of the rinky dink casinos currently in Goa:-))

Bernardo wrote:

On an other note I hope jabalpur has now developed, because 30 years ago when I represented Goa for junior hockey our team had to use pot holes to answer nature's call. At least the Portuguese left us with pig toilets. The visit to jabalpur left a sour taste and left me thinking 'did these fellows invade Goa to learn about piggy toilets?'

Mario responds:

I checked with my friends and they said your managers asked for holes in the ground to make you fellows from Goa feel at home. They had asked for pig toilets, but they did not have the right kind of pigs that could look admiringly up at the nutrition you were about to provide:-))

I'm told the sour taste came from the outcome of the tournament:-))
JoeGoaUk
2009-07-24 23:33:25 UTC
Permalink
[Goanet] Casinos in Goa too!
?
There are in all 6?
?
If you take this Riverside walk, Panjim,
You will see them all.
http://youtu.be/Q4zND_2pb20
?
Except Maharaja Casino which joined in February,
can be seen here.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/joegoauk17/3288388534/
?
However,?it seems ?2 of the 5 operating Casinos are grounded?
Caravela since about one month
and Leela about two weeks?
?
Maharaja, not yet started.

Joegoauk at yahoo.co.uk

for Goa & NRI related info...
http://in.groups.yahoo.com/group/GOAN-NRI/

For Goan Video Clips
http://youtube.com/joeukgoa

In Goa, Dial? 1 0 8
For Hospital, Police, Fire etc
Bernado Colaco
2009-07-24 03:50:44 UTC
Permalink
There are casinos in Goa too! One jabalpur walla points fingers at Macau casinos. Most of the casinos investments in developed Macau are from the lovely USA?and the bosses are jews who have come here to make heavy profits.

On an other note I hope jabalpur has now developed, because 30 years ago when I represented Goa for junior hockey our team had to use pot holes to answer nature's call. At least the Portuguese left us with pig toilets. The visit to jabalpur left a sour taste and left me thinking 'did these fellows invade Goa to learn about piggy toilets?'

BC

Goa for Goans


?


Goa's offshore casino business booming
22 July 2009
?
GOA, India
?
As reported by the Indo Asia News Service: "Once known as a hot-spot for hippies, Goa's new found reputation as a gambling destination appears to be catching on fast. In financial year 2008-09, nearly 121,000 gamblers visited the state's five offshore casinos.
?
"Figures released by Commissioner of Commercial Taxes ...indicate that among the casinos in the Mandovi river, off Panaji, the most popular turned out to be the oldest one - M.V. Caravela owned by Advani pleasure cruises.
?
"Caravela was frequented by nearly 36,000 gamblers. The casino, which has been in operation since 1999, put nearly Rs.1.39 crore into the government coffers by way of entertainment tax..."
Mario Goveia
2009-07-24 14:27:03 UTC
Permalink
Date: Fri, 24 Jul 2009 03:50:44 +0000 (GMT)
From: Bernado Colaco <ole_xac at yahoo.co.uk>

Most of the casinos investments in developed Macau are from the lovely USA and the bosses are jews who have come here to make heavy profits.

Mario responds:

Hey, Bernardo,

Thanks for confirming that beautiful Macau would have been another filthy ex-Portuguese backwater were it not for enterprising American Jews. If India were not so xenophobic about foreign investments they would have turned Goa into a beautiful gambling paradise as well instead of the rinky dink casinos currently in Goa:-))

Bernardo wrote:

On an other note I hope jabalpur has now developed, because 30 years ago when I represented Goa for junior hockey our team had to use pot holes to answer nature's call. At least the Portuguese left us with pig toilets. The visit to jabalpur left a sour taste and left me thinking 'did these fellows invade Goa to learn about piggy toilets?'

Mario responds:

I checked with my friends and they said your managers asked for holes in the ground to make you fellows from Goa feel at home. They had asked for pig toilets, but they did not have the right kind of pigs that could look admiringly up at the nutrition you were about to provide:-))

I'm told the sour taste came from the outcome of the tournament:-))
JoeGoaUk
2009-07-24 23:33:25 UTC
Permalink
[Goanet] Casinos in Goa too!
?
There are in all 6?
?
If you take this Riverside walk, Panjim,
You will see them all.
http://youtu.be/Q4zND_2pb20
?
Except Maharaja Casino which joined in February,
can be seen here.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/joegoauk17/3288388534/
?
However,?it seems ?2 of the 5 operating Casinos are grounded?
Caravela since about one month
and Leela about two weeks?
?
Maharaja, not yet started.

Joegoauk at yahoo.co.uk

for Goa & NRI related info...
http://in.groups.yahoo.com/group/GOAN-NRI/

For Goan Video Clips
http://youtube.com/joeukgoa

In Goa, Dial? 1 0 8
For Hospital, Police, Fire etc
Bernado Colaco
2009-07-24 03:50:44 UTC
Permalink
There are casinos in Goa too! One jabalpur walla points fingers at Macau casinos. Most of the casinos investments in developed Macau are from the lovely USA?and the bosses are jews who have come here to make heavy profits.

On an other note I hope jabalpur has now developed, because 30 years ago when I represented Goa for junior hockey our team had to use pot holes to answer nature's call. At least the Portuguese left us with pig toilets. The visit to jabalpur left a sour taste and left me thinking 'did these fellows invade Goa to learn about piggy toilets?'

BC

Goa for Goans


?


Goa's offshore casino business booming
22 July 2009
?
GOA, India
?
As reported by the Indo Asia News Service: "Once known as a hot-spot for hippies, Goa's new found reputation as a gambling destination appears to be catching on fast. In financial year 2008-09, nearly 121,000 gamblers visited the state's five offshore casinos.
?
"Figures released by Commissioner of Commercial Taxes ...indicate that among the casinos in the Mandovi river, off Panaji, the most popular turned out to be the oldest one - M.V. Caravela owned by Advani pleasure cruises.
?
"Caravela was frequented by nearly 36,000 gamblers. The casino, which has been in operation since 1999, put nearly Rs.1.39 crore into the government coffers by way of entertainment tax..."
Mario Goveia
2009-07-24 14:27:03 UTC
Permalink
Date: Fri, 24 Jul 2009 03:50:44 +0000 (GMT)
From: Bernado Colaco <ole_xac at yahoo.co.uk>

Most of the casinos investments in developed Macau are from the lovely USA and the bosses are jews who have come here to make heavy profits.

Mario responds:

Hey, Bernardo,

Thanks for confirming that beautiful Macau would have been another filthy ex-Portuguese backwater were it not for enterprising American Jews. If India were not so xenophobic about foreign investments they would have turned Goa into a beautiful gambling paradise as well instead of the rinky dink casinos currently in Goa:-))

Bernardo wrote:

On an other note I hope jabalpur has now developed, because 30 years ago when I represented Goa for junior hockey our team had to use pot holes to answer nature's call. At least the Portuguese left us with pig toilets. The visit to jabalpur left a sour taste and left me thinking 'did these fellows invade Goa to learn about piggy toilets?'

Mario responds:

I checked with my friends and they said your managers asked for holes in the ground to make you fellows from Goa feel at home. They had asked for pig toilets, but they did not have the right kind of pigs that could look admiringly up at the nutrition you were about to provide:-))

I'm told the sour taste came from the outcome of the tournament:-))
JoeGoaUk
2009-07-24 23:33:25 UTC
Permalink
[Goanet] Casinos in Goa too!
?
There are in all 6?
?
If you take this Riverside walk, Panjim,
You will see them all.
http://youtu.be/Q4zND_2pb20
?
Except Maharaja Casino which joined in February,
can be seen here.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/joegoauk17/3288388534/
?
However,?it seems ?2 of the 5 operating Casinos are grounded?
Caravela since about one month
and Leela about two weeks?
?
Maharaja, not yet started.

Joegoauk at yahoo.co.uk

for Goa & NRI related info...
http://in.groups.yahoo.com/group/GOAN-NRI/

For Goan Video Clips
http://youtube.com/joeukgoa

In Goa, Dial? 1 0 8
For Hospital, Police, Fire etc
Bernado Colaco
2009-07-24 03:50:44 UTC
Permalink
There are casinos in Goa too! One jabalpur walla points fingers at Macau casinos. Most of the casinos investments in developed Macau are from the lovely USA?and the bosses are jews who have come here to make heavy profits.

On an other note I hope jabalpur has now developed, because 30 years ago when I represented Goa for junior hockey our team had to use pot holes to answer nature's call. At least the Portuguese left us with pig toilets. The visit to jabalpur left a sour taste and left me thinking 'did these fellows invade Goa to learn about piggy toilets?'

BC

Goa for Goans


?


Goa's offshore casino business booming
22 July 2009
?
GOA, India
?
As reported by the Indo Asia News Service: "Once known as a hot-spot for hippies, Goa's new found reputation as a gambling destination appears to be catching on fast. In financial year 2008-09, nearly 121,000 gamblers visited the state's five offshore casinos.
?
"Figures released by Commissioner of Commercial Taxes ...indicate that among the casinos in the Mandovi river, off Panaji, the most popular turned out to be the oldest one - M.V. Caravela owned by Advani pleasure cruises.
?
"Caravela was frequented by nearly 36,000 gamblers. The casino, which has been in operation since 1999, put nearly Rs.1.39 crore into the government coffers by way of entertainment tax..."
Mario Goveia
2009-07-24 14:27:03 UTC
Permalink
Date: Fri, 24 Jul 2009 03:50:44 +0000 (GMT)
From: Bernado Colaco <ole_xac at yahoo.co.uk>

Most of the casinos investments in developed Macau are from the lovely USA and the bosses are jews who have come here to make heavy profits.

Mario responds:

Hey, Bernardo,

Thanks for confirming that beautiful Macau would have been another filthy ex-Portuguese backwater were it not for enterprising American Jews. If India were not so xenophobic about foreign investments they would have turned Goa into a beautiful gambling paradise as well instead of the rinky dink casinos currently in Goa:-))

Bernardo wrote:

On an other note I hope jabalpur has now developed, because 30 years ago when I represented Goa for junior hockey our team had to use pot holes to answer nature's call. At least the Portuguese left us with pig toilets. The visit to jabalpur left a sour taste and left me thinking 'did these fellows invade Goa to learn about piggy toilets?'

Mario responds:

I checked with my friends and they said your managers asked for holes in the ground to make you fellows from Goa feel at home. They had asked for pig toilets, but they did not have the right kind of pigs that could look admiringly up at the nutrition you were about to provide:-))

I'm told the sour taste came from the outcome of the tournament:-))
JoeGoaUk
2009-07-24 23:33:25 UTC
Permalink
[Goanet] Casinos in Goa too!
?
There are in all 6?
?
If you take this Riverside walk, Panjim,
You will see them all.
http://youtu.be/Q4zND_2pb20
?
Except Maharaja Casino which joined in February,
can be seen here.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/joegoauk17/3288388534/
?
However,?it seems ?2 of the 5 operating Casinos are grounded?
Caravela since about one month
and Leela about two weeks?
?
Maharaja, not yet started.

Joegoauk at yahoo.co.uk

for Goa & NRI related info...
http://in.groups.yahoo.com/group/GOAN-NRI/

For Goan Video Clips
http://youtube.com/joeukgoa

In Goa, Dial? 1 0 8
For Hospital, Police, Fire etc
Bernado Colaco
2009-07-24 03:50:44 UTC
Permalink
There are casinos in Goa too! One jabalpur walla points fingers at Macau casinos. Most of the casinos investments in developed Macau are from the lovely USA?and the bosses are jews who have come here to make heavy profits.

On an other note I hope jabalpur has now developed, because 30 years ago when I represented Goa for junior hockey our team had to use pot holes to answer nature's call. At least the Portuguese left us with pig toilets. The visit to jabalpur left a sour taste and left me thinking 'did these fellows invade Goa to learn about piggy toilets?'

BC

Goa for Goans


?


Goa's offshore casino business booming
22 July 2009
?
GOA, India
?
As reported by the Indo Asia News Service: "Once known as a hot-spot for hippies, Goa's new found reputation as a gambling destination appears to be catching on fast. In financial year 2008-09, nearly 121,000 gamblers visited the state's five offshore casinos.
?
"Figures released by Commissioner of Commercial Taxes ...indicate that among the casinos in the Mandovi river, off Panaji, the most popular turned out to be the oldest one - M.V. Caravela owned by Advani pleasure cruises.
?
"Caravela was frequented by nearly 36,000 gamblers. The casino, which has been in operation since 1999, put nearly Rs.1.39 crore into the government coffers by way of entertainment tax..."
Mario Goveia
2009-07-24 14:27:03 UTC
Permalink
Date: Fri, 24 Jul 2009 03:50:44 +0000 (GMT)
From: Bernado Colaco <ole_xac at yahoo.co.uk>

Most of the casinos investments in developed Macau are from the lovely USA and the bosses are jews who have come here to make heavy profits.

Mario responds:

Hey, Bernardo,

Thanks for confirming that beautiful Macau would have been another filthy ex-Portuguese backwater were it not for enterprising American Jews. If India were not so xenophobic about foreign investments they would have turned Goa into a beautiful gambling paradise as well instead of the rinky dink casinos currently in Goa:-))

Bernardo wrote:

On an other note I hope jabalpur has now developed, because 30 years ago when I represented Goa for junior hockey our team had to use pot holes to answer nature's call. At least the Portuguese left us with pig toilets. The visit to jabalpur left a sour taste and left me thinking 'did these fellows invade Goa to learn about piggy toilets?'

Mario responds:

I checked with my friends and they said your managers asked for holes in the ground to make you fellows from Goa feel at home. They had asked for pig toilets, but they did not have the right kind of pigs that could look admiringly up at the nutrition you were about to provide:-))

I'm told the sour taste came from the outcome of the tournament:-))
JoeGoaUk
2009-07-24 23:33:25 UTC
Permalink
[Goanet] Casinos in Goa too!
?
There are in all 6?
?
If you take this Riverside walk, Panjim,
You will see them all.
http://youtu.be/Q4zND_2pb20
?
Except Maharaja Casino which joined in February,
can be seen here.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/joegoauk17/3288388534/
?
However,?it seems ?2 of the 5 operating Casinos are grounded?
Caravela since about one month
and Leela about two weeks?
?
Maharaja, not yet started.

Joegoauk at yahoo.co.uk

for Goa & NRI related info...
http://in.groups.yahoo.com/group/GOAN-NRI/

For Goan Video Clips
http://youtube.com/joeukgoa

In Goa, Dial? 1 0 8
For Hospital, Police, Fire etc

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