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GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
Oct 31, 2004

GOACOM VIDEO NEWS: Video Clip from Goa on the first Session of HERITAGE
JAZZ YATRA organised by Armando Gonsalves of Trancemedia at Rebelo Mansion
at Betalbatim on October 10, 2004, at http://www.goacom.com/news
Clips_Heritage_Jazz Yatra_1:

CHECK the latest issue of GoaNOW webzine at http://www.goacom.com/goanow

COUNCIL MUSICAL CHAIRS: While the Mormugao Municipal Council in Vasco - and
more recently in Mapusa Municipal Council - has been rocked by these power
struggles to the detriment of progress, it has now come to light that 11 out
of the 20 councillors of the Mormugao Body had signed an agreement between
themselves to provide 'a stable and efficient Council'.it was unanimously
resolved by them when they endorsed it on 14 February, 2003, that they would
share the 'hot seat' among themselves till October 2004. (WE-GT)

SEX TRADE CRACKED: Four young girls allegedly involved in sex trade in the
coastal belt of Calangute were arrested along with two other persons after
the CID/Crime branch laid a trap for them on Saturday. The four girls are
said to be from the north east region and were in the age group of 22 to 24.
The action against sex trade activities follows complaints by the villagers
of Calangute and the co-operation extended by the police in curbing the
menace. (WE-GT)

SAFETY MEASURES AT OLD GOA: In its report submitted to Archaeological Survey
of India, the Directorate of Fire and Emergency Services has recommended a
number of fire protection measures to be implemented in the heritage
buildings of Basilica of Bom Jesus and Se Cathedral premises at Old Goa.
Consequent to the major fire on October 21 that is estimated to have caused
a loss of more than Rs.50 lakh, the Directorate conducted a fire protection
survey of the building for assessment of specific risk at the heritage site.
(H)

CURTORIM RESIDENTS OPPOSE PLANT: The citizens of Curtorim held a meeting on
October 30 to oppose the proposed setting up of a new industrial plant, a
cellular base station and a housing project comprising of about 140 dwelling
units. (NT)

TARGETS FOR FIRE MISHAPS: With nearly 80 per cent of the industrial units
without the mandatory No-Objection Certificates from the Ponda fire
services, the three industrial estates in Kundaim, Marcaim and Bethora in
Ponda taluka have become perfect targets for major fire mishaps. (H)

MAG MEET TODAY: The Motorcycle Action Group has convened on Sunday a public
meeting at the Menezes Braganza Hall, Panaji, to protest the helmet rule and
the "undue harassment" being meted out to them by the state police. (WE-GT)

LURE OF GOA: The tourism season is on the roll and the lure of Goa is not
only attracting millionaires but also destitute orphans. (NT)

BODY FOUND IN A WELL: Calangute police have recovered a body of an
unidentified male aged about 35 years from a well at Candolim. (WE-GT)

REFRAIN FROM BURNING NARKASUR: The Corporation of the City of Panaji has
appealed to the public to refrain from burning effigies of Narkasur on the
roads during the early hours of the Diwali day, that is November 11. (NT)

WHEEL-CHAIR FACILITY FOR SICK, DISABLED: The sick and the disabled who would
wish to pay homage to Goencho Saib during the Exposition will be provided
with special facilities at the venue. (H)

MINOR BOY MOLESTS GIRL: A resident of Divar complained that a 14-year-old
boy trespassed into his home, confined his minor daughter in the house and
then proceeded to undress the girl. The boy then allegedly outraged the
modesty of the girl. (WE-GT)

NRI CENTRE SEMINAR ON GOAN HERITAGE: Contributing to efforts towards the
preservation of Goa's culture and heritage, not only for local residents but
also for visiting NRI Goans, the NRI Facilitation Centre is organizing a
one-day seminar on "Goan Heritage" at Margao on November 6, 2004. The
chairman of the NRI Facilitation Centre, Mr Chandrakant Keni told The
Navhind Times that Goa's tradition needed to be preserved. (NT)

BRITON HELD WITH DRUGS: The anti-narcotic cell of the Goa police arrested a
British national, Martin Hughes, on drug charges after three type of
narcotics were allegedly found in his room at Anjuna two days ago. (H)

LOUTULIM VILLAGERS COMPLAIN: Villagers from Loutulim have complained that
the Town & Country Planning department is being discriminatory in the
implementation of one of its notifications regarding setbacks for different
construction along the entire stretch ranging from Borim Junction via
Loutulim market. (WE-GT)

DEMAND FOR ACTION AGAINST MAMLATDAR: One Egidio Braganza, a resident of
Altinho-Mapusa, has demanded action against the Mapusa Joint Mamlatdar for
dismissing his mutation case when no stay was granted by the administrative
Tribunal to a revision petition filed by Pocklo Divkar. (WE-GT)

AGNEL SEVA SANGH: Members of Agnel Seva Sangh, an organisation working for
the welfare of the people of the State, urged other major like-minded NGOs
to coordinate with the Sangh for upliftment of the students of scheduled
castes by providing them vocational training. (WE-GT)

CATTLE MELA: The directorate of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Services,
Panaji, will organise a 'Cattle Mela' at Key Village Scheme ground,
Curti-Ponda from 22 to 26 November. Dairy farmers and cattle dealers from
Maharashtra and Karnataka have been invited to bring their animals for sale.
(WE-GT)

WORKSHOP FOR KIDS: Sangath, a society for Child Development and Family
Guidance, Alto Porvorim will hold a creative workshop for children between 4
to 10 years in the first week of November. Tel: 2414916/2417914. (WE-GT)

FENCING ALONG BEACH: Cervellon Lacerda, sarpanch of Majorda-Utorda-Calata
panchayat has directed a resort in Majorda to stop erecting RCC poles
fencing along the beach. (WE-GT)

AQUEM GRAM SABHA POSTPONED: The Sarpanch of Aquem-Baixo Panchayat, Peter
Vaz, has postponed the gram Sabha meeting scheduled on October 31. His
detractors were quick to accuse him of saying away from facing tomorrow's
gram Sabha meeting in view of a court warrant pending against him. (H)

KILLED IN ACCIDENT: The killer roads of Goa claimed the life of one more
person Caetano Mascarenhas on October 27 at Cacora, Sanguem. Fifty-eight
year old Mascarenhas was standing by the roadside at Cacora when a scooter
rammed into him from behind. (WE-GT)

NAVELIM CHAPEL BURGLED: Burglars entered into Our Lady of Enfermos Chapel at
Sinquetim-Navelim and decamped with valuables worth Rs.7,900. (H)

PLANT UTSAV AT MAPUSA: Botanical Society of Goa, an environmental NGO
instilling environmental values among the Goans through academic and social
programmes will present its seventh Plant Utsav at the carnival parade
grounds, Mapusa, from November 25-28. (H)

CROWNING GLORY: Mellisa Fernandes was crowned Miss Goa 2004 at the beauty
contest held at Radisson White Sands, Resort, Varca, on October 30.

S P O R T S

VIJAYAN JOINS CHURCHILL: Veteran JCT footballer and national coach Stephen
Constantine's "fox in the box", IM Vijayan will play for Churchill Bros this
season, disclosed club patron Mr Churchill Alemao. (NT)

NAPOLI PUT OFF SIGNALS: Three-second half goals saw Napoli SC, Benaulim,
down Corps of Signals 3-0 in the GFA First Division Football League at
Chinchinim. At Mapusa, Raitura SC, Rachol, defeated Young boys of Tonca 2-1.
(WE-GT)

D E A T H S
25 Oct: Belgium/Benaulim: MAUD PHILIPSE FERRAO (Ex Dar-es-Salaam); wife
of Willem Phillipse, mother of Ezra, Asher & Ruben, daughter of Maria
Pia/late Sebastian Constantino Ferrao (Ex-Dar-es-Salaam)l
sister/sister-in-law of Marilyn/Theodrus Verleum (Holland), Maria Amelia
Ferrao/Betty and Henk Krocke (Holland), aunt of Damaris and Estelle, Dave
and Sharon. Funeral on 3rd November in Antwerp, Belgium.
27 Oct: Ste Estevam: LUIZA ALPHONSO E VICTORIA: wife of late Miguel,
mother of Romy/Buna.
30 Oct: Taleigao: MAGDALENA FERNANDES AFONSO, wife of late Miguel Xavier,
mother of Luis Xavier/Flavia, Caitan Marie, Antonet/Thomas, Lucy/Theresa,
Alies/Jose, Assis/Santan, Estefan/Tony, Jacinto.
30 Oct: Agassaim: ESPERANCA ESTEVES: wife of the late Inacio, mother of
late Anthony, Santana/Vithal Fernandes, Albertine/Constancio Rebeiro,
Jose/Gloria Esteves, Lawrence/Esperanca and Leonora/Carlito.

G O A W E A T H E R
Max temp: 34.2 degC; Min temp: 23.6 degC; Humidity: 78% (Yesterday)
Rainfall so far: 2035.0 mm
Weather: A cloudy morning in Goa.

Courtesy: GT=Gomantak Times; NT=The Navhind Times; H=Herald;
WE=Weekender; TOI=Times of India

JOEL D'SOUZA
Assagao-Goa-India.
Seb dc
2004-10-31 06:01:19 UTC
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Post by Joel D'Souza
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
Oct 31, 2004
SEX TRADE CRACKED: Four young girls allegedly involved in sex trade in the
coastal belt of Calangute were arrested along with two other persons after
the CID/Crime branch laid a trap for them on Saturday. The four girls are
said to be from the north east region and were in the age group of 22 to
24.
Post by Joel D'Souza
The action against sex trade activities follows complaints by the
villagers
Post by Joel D'Souza
of Calangute and the co-operation extended by the police in curbing the
menace. (WE-GT)
LURE OF GOA: The tourism season is on the roll and the lure of Goa is not
only attracting millionaires but also destitute orphans. (NT)
MINOR BOY MOLESTS GIRL: A resident of Divar complained that a 14-year-old
boy trespassed into his home, confined his minor daughter in the house and
then proceeded to undress the girl. The boy then allegedly outraged the
modesty of the girl. (WE-GT)
Is it a begining of things to come...
Post by Joel D'Souza
KILLED IN ACCIDENT: The killer roads of Goa claimed the life of one more
person Caetano Mascarenhas on October 27 at Cacora, Sanguem. Fifty-eight
year old Mascarenhas was standing by the roadside at Cacora when a scooter
rammed into him from behind. (WE-GT)
Just imagine a 5 foot person is hard to see?? Are the helmets in such a bad
shape that visibility is sp poor? An urgent appeal to design a safety suit
for Goan pedestrian:-)
Tim de Mello
2004-10-31 20:43:37 UTC
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From: "Seb dc" <sdc at upcdubai.com>
Post by Joel D'Souza
KILLED IN ACCIDENT: The killer roads of Goa claimed the life of one more
person Caetano Mascarenhas on October 27 at Cacora, Sanguem. Fifty-eight
year old Mascarenhas was standing by the roadside at Cacora when a scooter
rammed into him from behind. (WE-GT)
Just imagine a 5 foot person is hard to see?? Are the helmets in such a bad
shape that visibility is sp poor? An urgent appeal to design a safety suit
for Goan pedestrian:-)
=====


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GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
Oct 31, 2004

GOACOM VIDEO NEWS: Video Clip from Goa on the first Session of HERITAGE
JAZZ YATRA organised by Armando Gonsalves of Trancemedia at Rebelo Mansion
at Betalbatim on October 10, 2004, at http://www.goacom.com/news
Clips_Heritage_Jazz Yatra_1:

CHECK the latest issue of GoaNOW webzine at http://www.goacom.com/goanow

COUNCIL MUSICAL CHAIRS: While the Mormugao Municipal Council in Vasco - and
more recently in Mapusa Municipal Council - has been rocked by these power
struggles to the detriment of progress, it has now come to light that 11 out
of the 20 councillors of the Mormugao Body had signed an agreement between
themselves to provide 'a stable and efficient Council'.it was unanimously
resolved by them when they endorsed it on 14 February, 2003, that they would
share the 'hot seat' among themselves till October 2004. (WE-GT)

SEX TRADE CRACKED: Four young girls allegedly involved in sex trade in the
coastal belt of Calangute were arrested along with two other persons after
the CID/Crime branch laid a trap for them on Saturday. The four girls are
said to be from the north east region and were in the age group of 22 to 24.
The action against sex trade activities follows complaints by the villagers
of Calangute and the co-operation extended by the police in curbing the
menace. (WE-GT)

SAFETY MEASURES AT OLD GOA: In its report submitted to Archaeological Survey
of India, the Directorate of Fire and Emergency Services has recommended a
number of fire protection measures to be implemented in the heritage
buildings of Basilica of Bom Jesus and Se Cathedral premises at Old Goa.
Consequent to the major fire on October 21 that is estimated to have caused
a loss of more than Rs.50 lakh, the Directorate conducted a fire protection
survey of the building for assessment of specific risk at the heritage site.
(H)

CURTORIM RESIDENTS OPPOSE PLANT: The citizens of Curtorim held a meeting on
October 30 to oppose the proposed setting up of a new industrial plant, a
cellular base station and a housing project comprising of about 140 dwelling
units. (NT)

TARGETS FOR FIRE MISHAPS: With nearly 80 per cent of the industrial units
without the mandatory No-Objection Certificates from the Ponda fire
services, the three industrial estates in Kundaim, Marcaim and Bethora in
Ponda taluka have become perfect targets for major fire mishaps. (H)

MAG MEET TODAY: The Motorcycle Action Group has convened on Sunday a public
meeting at the Menezes Braganza Hall, Panaji, to protest the helmet rule and
the "undue harassment" being meted out to them by the state police. (WE-GT)

LURE OF GOA: The tourism season is on the roll and the lure of Goa is not
only attracting millionaires but also destitute orphans. (NT)

BODY FOUND IN A WELL: Calangute police have recovered a body of an
unidentified male aged about 35 years from a well at Candolim. (WE-GT)

REFRAIN FROM BURNING NARKASUR: The Corporation of the City of Panaji has
appealed to the public to refrain from burning effigies of Narkasur on the
roads during the early hours of the Diwali day, that is November 11. (NT)

WHEEL-CHAIR FACILITY FOR SICK, DISABLED: The sick and the disabled who would
wish to pay homage to Goencho Saib during the Exposition will be provided
with special facilities at the venue. (H)

MINOR BOY MOLESTS GIRL: A resident of Divar complained that a 14-year-old
boy trespassed into his home, confined his minor daughter in the house and
then proceeded to undress the girl. The boy then allegedly outraged the
modesty of the girl. (WE-GT)

NRI CENTRE SEMINAR ON GOAN HERITAGE: Contributing to efforts towards the
preservation of Goa's culture and heritage, not only for local residents but
also for visiting NRI Goans, the NRI Facilitation Centre is organizing a
one-day seminar on "Goan Heritage" at Margao on November 6, 2004. The
chairman of the NRI Facilitation Centre, Mr Chandrakant Keni told The
Navhind Times that Goa's tradition needed to be preserved. (NT)

BRITON HELD WITH DRUGS: The anti-narcotic cell of the Goa police arrested a
British national, Martin Hughes, on drug charges after three type of
narcotics were allegedly found in his room at Anjuna two days ago. (H)

LOUTULIM VILLAGERS COMPLAIN: Villagers from Loutulim have complained that
the Town & Country Planning department is being discriminatory in the
implementation of one of its notifications regarding setbacks for different
construction along the entire stretch ranging from Borim Junction via
Loutulim market. (WE-GT)

DEMAND FOR ACTION AGAINST MAMLATDAR: One Egidio Braganza, a resident of
Altinho-Mapusa, has demanded action against the Mapusa Joint Mamlatdar for
dismissing his mutation case when no stay was granted by the administrative
Tribunal to a revision petition filed by Pocklo Divkar. (WE-GT)

AGNEL SEVA SANGH: Members of Agnel Seva Sangh, an organisation working for
the welfare of the people of the State, urged other major like-minded NGOs
to coordinate with the Sangh for upliftment of the students of scheduled
castes by providing them vocational training. (WE-GT)

CATTLE MELA: The directorate of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Services,
Panaji, will organise a 'Cattle Mela' at Key Village Scheme ground,
Curti-Ponda from 22 to 26 November. Dairy farmers and cattle dealers from
Maharashtra and Karnataka have been invited to bring their animals for sale.
(WE-GT)

WORKSHOP FOR KIDS: Sangath, a society for Child Development and Family
Guidance, Alto Porvorim will hold a creative workshop for children between 4
to 10 years in the first week of November. Tel: 2414916/2417914. (WE-GT)

FENCING ALONG BEACH: Cervellon Lacerda, sarpanch of Majorda-Utorda-Calata
panchayat has directed a resort in Majorda to stop erecting RCC poles
fencing along the beach. (WE-GT)

AQUEM GRAM SABHA POSTPONED: The Sarpanch of Aquem-Baixo Panchayat, Peter
Vaz, has postponed the gram Sabha meeting scheduled on October 31. His
detractors were quick to accuse him of saying away from facing tomorrow's
gram Sabha meeting in view of a court warrant pending against him. (H)

KILLED IN ACCIDENT: The killer roads of Goa claimed the life of one more
person Caetano Mascarenhas on October 27 at Cacora, Sanguem. Fifty-eight
year old Mascarenhas was standing by the roadside at Cacora when a scooter
rammed into him from behind. (WE-GT)

NAVELIM CHAPEL BURGLED: Burglars entered into Our Lady of Enfermos Chapel at
Sinquetim-Navelim and decamped with valuables worth Rs.7,900. (H)

PLANT UTSAV AT MAPUSA: Botanical Society of Goa, an environmental NGO
instilling environmental values among the Goans through academic and social
programmes will present its seventh Plant Utsav at the carnival parade
grounds, Mapusa, from November 25-28. (H)

CROWNING GLORY: Mellisa Fernandes was crowned Miss Goa 2004 at the beauty
contest held at Radisson White Sands, Resort, Varca, on October 30.

S P O R T S

VIJAYAN JOINS CHURCHILL: Veteran JCT footballer and national coach Stephen
Constantine's "fox in the box", IM Vijayan will play for Churchill Bros this
season, disclosed club patron Mr Churchill Alemao. (NT)

NAPOLI PUT OFF SIGNALS: Three-second half goals saw Napoli SC, Benaulim,
down Corps of Signals 3-0 in the GFA First Division Football League at
Chinchinim. At Mapusa, Raitura SC, Rachol, defeated Young boys of Tonca 2-1.
(WE-GT)

D E A T H S
25 Oct: Belgium/Benaulim: MAUD PHILIPSE FERRAO (Ex Dar-es-Salaam); wife
of Willem Phillipse, mother of Ezra, Asher & Ruben, daughter of Maria
Pia/late Sebastian Constantino Ferrao (Ex-Dar-es-Salaam)l
sister/sister-in-law of Marilyn/Theodrus Verleum (Holland), Maria Amelia
Ferrao/Betty and Henk Krocke (Holland), aunt of Damaris and Estelle, Dave
and Sharon. Funeral on 3rd November in Antwerp, Belgium.
27 Oct: Ste Estevam: LUIZA ALPHONSO E VICTORIA: wife of late Miguel,
mother of Romy/Buna.
30 Oct: Taleigao: MAGDALENA FERNANDES AFONSO, wife of late Miguel Xavier,
mother of Luis Xavier/Flavia, Caitan Marie, Antonet/Thomas, Lucy/Theresa,
Alies/Jose, Assis/Santan, Estefan/Tony, Jacinto.
30 Oct: Agassaim: ESPERANCA ESTEVES: wife of the late Inacio, mother of
late Anthony, Santana/Vithal Fernandes, Albertine/Constancio Rebeiro,
Jose/Gloria Esteves, Lawrence/Esperanca and Leonora/Carlito.

G O A W E A T H E R
Max temp: 34.2 degC; Min temp: 23.6 degC; Humidity: 78% (Yesterday)
Rainfall so far: 2035.0 mm
Weather: A cloudy morning in Goa.

Courtesy: GT=Gomantak Times; NT=The Navhind Times; H=Herald;
WE=Weekender; TOI=Times of India

JOEL D'SOUZA
Assagao-Goa-India.
Seb dc
2004-10-31 06:01:19 UTC
Permalink
Post by Joel D'Souza
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
Oct 31, 2004
SEX TRADE CRACKED: Four young girls allegedly involved in sex trade in the
coastal belt of Calangute were arrested along with two other persons after
the CID/Crime branch laid a trap for them on Saturday. The four girls are
said to be from the north east region and were in the age group of 22 to
24.
Post by Joel D'Souza
The action against sex trade activities follows complaints by the
villagers
Post by Joel D'Souza
of Calangute and the co-operation extended by the police in curbing the
menace. (WE-GT)
LURE OF GOA: The tourism season is on the roll and the lure of Goa is not
only attracting millionaires but also destitute orphans. (NT)
MINOR BOY MOLESTS GIRL: A resident of Divar complained that a 14-year-old
boy trespassed into his home, confined his minor daughter in the house and
then proceeded to undress the girl. The boy then allegedly outraged the
modesty of the girl. (WE-GT)
Is it a begining of things to come...
Post by Joel D'Souza
KILLED IN ACCIDENT: The killer roads of Goa claimed the life of one more
person Caetano Mascarenhas on October 27 at Cacora, Sanguem. Fifty-eight
year old Mascarenhas was standing by the roadside at Cacora when a scooter
rammed into him from behind. (WE-GT)
Just imagine a 5 foot person is hard to see?? Are the helmets in such a bad
shape that visibility is sp poor? An urgent appeal to design a safety suit
for Goan pedestrian:-)
Tim de Mello
2004-10-31 20:43:37 UTC
Permalink
From: "Seb dc" <sdc at upcdubai.com>
Post by Joel D'Souza
KILLED IN ACCIDENT: The killer roads of Goa claimed the life of one more
person Caetano Mascarenhas on October 27 at Cacora, Sanguem. Fifty-eight
year old Mascarenhas was standing by the roadside at Cacora when a scooter
rammed into him from behind. (WE-GT)
Just imagine a 5 foot person is hard to see?? Are the helmets in such a bad
shape that visibility is sp poor? An urgent appeal to design a safety suit
for Goan pedestrian:-)
=====


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GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
Oct 31, 2004

GOACOM VIDEO NEWS: Video Clip from Goa on the first Session of HERITAGE
JAZZ YATRA organised by Armando Gonsalves of Trancemedia at Rebelo Mansion
at Betalbatim on October 10, 2004, at http://www.goacom.com/news
Clips_Heritage_Jazz Yatra_1:

CHECK the latest issue of GoaNOW webzine at http://www.goacom.com/goanow

COUNCIL MUSICAL CHAIRS: While the Mormugao Municipal Council in Vasco - and
more recently in Mapusa Municipal Council - has been rocked by these power
struggles to the detriment of progress, it has now come to light that 11 out
of the 20 councillors of the Mormugao Body had signed an agreement between
themselves to provide 'a stable and efficient Council'.it was unanimously
resolved by them when they endorsed it on 14 February, 2003, that they would
share the 'hot seat' among themselves till October 2004. (WE-GT)

SEX TRADE CRACKED: Four young girls allegedly involved in sex trade in the
coastal belt of Calangute were arrested along with two other persons after
the CID/Crime branch laid a trap for them on Saturday. The four girls are
said to be from the north east region and were in the age group of 22 to 24.
The action against sex trade activities follows complaints by the villagers
of Calangute and the co-operation extended by the police in curbing the
menace. (WE-GT)

SAFETY MEASURES AT OLD GOA: In its report submitted to Archaeological Survey
of India, the Directorate of Fire and Emergency Services has recommended a
number of fire protection measures to be implemented in the heritage
buildings of Basilica of Bom Jesus and Se Cathedral premises at Old Goa.
Consequent to the major fire on October 21 that is estimated to have caused
a loss of more than Rs.50 lakh, the Directorate conducted a fire protection
survey of the building for assessment of specific risk at the heritage site.
(H)

CURTORIM RESIDENTS OPPOSE PLANT: The citizens of Curtorim held a meeting on
October 30 to oppose the proposed setting up of a new industrial plant, a
cellular base station and a housing project comprising of about 140 dwelling
units. (NT)

TARGETS FOR FIRE MISHAPS: With nearly 80 per cent of the industrial units
without the mandatory No-Objection Certificates from the Ponda fire
services, the three industrial estates in Kundaim, Marcaim and Bethora in
Ponda taluka have become perfect targets for major fire mishaps. (H)

MAG MEET TODAY: The Motorcycle Action Group has convened on Sunday a public
meeting at the Menezes Braganza Hall, Panaji, to protest the helmet rule and
the "undue harassment" being meted out to them by the state police. (WE-GT)

LURE OF GOA: The tourism season is on the roll and the lure of Goa is not
only attracting millionaires but also destitute orphans. (NT)

BODY FOUND IN A WELL: Calangute police have recovered a body of an
unidentified male aged about 35 years from a well at Candolim. (WE-GT)

REFRAIN FROM BURNING NARKASUR: The Corporation of the City of Panaji has
appealed to the public to refrain from burning effigies of Narkasur on the
roads during the early hours of the Diwali day, that is November 11. (NT)

WHEEL-CHAIR FACILITY FOR SICK, DISABLED: The sick and the disabled who would
wish to pay homage to Goencho Saib during the Exposition will be provided
with special facilities at the venue. (H)

MINOR BOY MOLESTS GIRL: A resident of Divar complained that a 14-year-old
boy trespassed into his home, confined his minor daughter in the house and
then proceeded to undress the girl. The boy then allegedly outraged the
modesty of the girl. (WE-GT)

NRI CENTRE SEMINAR ON GOAN HERITAGE: Contributing to efforts towards the
preservation of Goa's culture and heritage, not only for local residents but
also for visiting NRI Goans, the NRI Facilitation Centre is organizing a
one-day seminar on "Goan Heritage" at Margao on November 6, 2004. The
chairman of the NRI Facilitation Centre, Mr Chandrakant Keni told The
Navhind Times that Goa's tradition needed to be preserved. (NT)

BRITON HELD WITH DRUGS: The anti-narcotic cell of the Goa police arrested a
British national, Martin Hughes, on drug charges after three type of
narcotics were allegedly found in his room at Anjuna two days ago. (H)

LOUTULIM VILLAGERS COMPLAIN: Villagers from Loutulim have complained that
the Town & Country Planning department is being discriminatory in the
implementation of one of its notifications regarding setbacks for different
construction along the entire stretch ranging from Borim Junction via
Loutulim market. (WE-GT)

DEMAND FOR ACTION AGAINST MAMLATDAR: One Egidio Braganza, a resident of
Altinho-Mapusa, has demanded action against the Mapusa Joint Mamlatdar for
dismissing his mutation case when no stay was granted by the administrative
Tribunal to a revision petition filed by Pocklo Divkar. (WE-GT)

AGNEL SEVA SANGH: Members of Agnel Seva Sangh, an organisation working for
the welfare of the people of the State, urged other major like-minded NGOs
to coordinate with the Sangh for upliftment of the students of scheduled
castes by providing them vocational training. (WE-GT)

CATTLE MELA: The directorate of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Services,
Panaji, will organise a 'Cattle Mela' at Key Village Scheme ground,
Curti-Ponda from 22 to 26 November. Dairy farmers and cattle dealers from
Maharashtra and Karnataka have been invited to bring their animals for sale.
(WE-GT)

WORKSHOP FOR KIDS: Sangath, a society for Child Development and Family
Guidance, Alto Porvorim will hold a creative workshop for children between 4
to 10 years in the first week of November. Tel: 2414916/2417914. (WE-GT)

FENCING ALONG BEACH: Cervellon Lacerda, sarpanch of Majorda-Utorda-Calata
panchayat has directed a resort in Majorda to stop erecting RCC poles
fencing along the beach. (WE-GT)

AQUEM GRAM SABHA POSTPONED: The Sarpanch of Aquem-Baixo Panchayat, Peter
Vaz, has postponed the gram Sabha meeting scheduled on October 31. His
detractors were quick to accuse him of saying away from facing tomorrow's
gram Sabha meeting in view of a court warrant pending against him. (H)

KILLED IN ACCIDENT: The killer roads of Goa claimed the life of one more
person Caetano Mascarenhas on October 27 at Cacora, Sanguem. Fifty-eight
year old Mascarenhas was standing by the roadside at Cacora when a scooter
rammed into him from behind. (WE-GT)

NAVELIM CHAPEL BURGLED: Burglars entered into Our Lady of Enfermos Chapel at
Sinquetim-Navelim and decamped with valuables worth Rs.7,900. (H)

PLANT UTSAV AT MAPUSA: Botanical Society of Goa, an environmental NGO
instilling environmental values among the Goans through academic and social
programmes will present its seventh Plant Utsav at the carnival parade
grounds, Mapusa, from November 25-28. (H)

CROWNING GLORY: Mellisa Fernandes was crowned Miss Goa 2004 at the beauty
contest held at Radisson White Sands, Resort, Varca, on October 30.

S P O R T S

VIJAYAN JOINS CHURCHILL: Veteran JCT footballer and national coach Stephen
Constantine's "fox in the box", IM Vijayan will play for Churchill Bros this
season, disclosed club patron Mr Churchill Alemao. (NT)

NAPOLI PUT OFF SIGNALS: Three-second half goals saw Napoli SC, Benaulim,
down Corps of Signals 3-0 in the GFA First Division Football League at
Chinchinim. At Mapusa, Raitura SC, Rachol, defeated Young boys of Tonca 2-1.
(WE-GT)

D E A T H S
25 Oct: Belgium/Benaulim: MAUD PHILIPSE FERRAO (Ex Dar-es-Salaam); wife
of Willem Phillipse, mother of Ezra, Asher & Ruben, daughter of Maria
Pia/late Sebastian Constantino Ferrao (Ex-Dar-es-Salaam)l
sister/sister-in-law of Marilyn/Theodrus Verleum (Holland), Maria Amelia
Ferrao/Betty and Henk Krocke (Holland), aunt of Damaris and Estelle, Dave
and Sharon. Funeral on 3rd November in Antwerp, Belgium.
27 Oct: Ste Estevam: LUIZA ALPHONSO E VICTORIA: wife of late Miguel,
mother of Romy/Buna.
30 Oct: Taleigao: MAGDALENA FERNANDES AFONSO, wife of late Miguel Xavier,
mother of Luis Xavier/Flavia, Caitan Marie, Antonet/Thomas, Lucy/Theresa,
Alies/Jose, Assis/Santan, Estefan/Tony, Jacinto.
30 Oct: Agassaim: ESPERANCA ESTEVES: wife of the late Inacio, mother of
late Anthony, Santana/Vithal Fernandes, Albertine/Constancio Rebeiro,
Jose/Gloria Esteves, Lawrence/Esperanca and Leonora/Carlito.

G O A W E A T H E R
Max temp: 34.2 degC; Min temp: 23.6 degC; Humidity: 78% (Yesterday)
Rainfall so far: 2035.0 mm
Weather: A cloudy morning in Goa.

Courtesy: GT=Gomantak Times; NT=The Navhind Times; H=Herald;
WE=Weekender; TOI=Times of India

JOEL D'SOUZA
Assagao-Goa-India.
Seb dc
2004-10-31 06:01:19 UTC
Permalink
Post by Joel D'Souza
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
Oct 31, 2004
SEX TRADE CRACKED: Four young girls allegedly involved in sex trade in the
coastal belt of Calangute were arrested along with two other persons after
the CID/Crime branch laid a trap for them on Saturday. The four girls are
said to be from the north east region and were in the age group of 22 to
24.
Post by Joel D'Souza
The action against sex trade activities follows complaints by the
villagers
Post by Joel D'Souza
of Calangute and the co-operation extended by the police in curbing the
menace. (WE-GT)
LURE OF GOA: The tourism season is on the roll and the lure of Goa is not
only attracting millionaires but also destitute orphans. (NT)
MINOR BOY MOLESTS GIRL: A resident of Divar complained that a 14-year-old
boy trespassed into his home, confined his minor daughter in the house and
then proceeded to undress the girl. The boy then allegedly outraged the
modesty of the girl. (WE-GT)
Is it a begining of things to come...
Post by Joel D'Souza
KILLED IN ACCIDENT: The killer roads of Goa claimed the life of one more
person Caetano Mascarenhas on October 27 at Cacora, Sanguem. Fifty-eight
year old Mascarenhas was standing by the roadside at Cacora when a scooter
rammed into him from behind. (WE-GT)
Just imagine a 5 foot person is hard to see?? Are the helmets in such a bad
shape that visibility is sp poor? An urgent appeal to design a safety suit
for Goan pedestrian:-)
Tim de Mello
2004-10-31 20:43:37 UTC
Permalink
From: "Seb dc" <sdc at upcdubai.com>
Post by Joel D'Souza
KILLED IN ACCIDENT: The killer roads of Goa claimed the life of one more
person Caetano Mascarenhas on October 27 at Cacora, Sanguem. Fifty-eight
year old Mascarenhas was standing by the roadside at Cacora when a scooter
rammed into him from behind. (WE-GT)
Just imagine a 5 foot person is hard to see?? Are the helmets in such a bad
shape that visibility is sp poor? An urgent appeal to design a safety suit
for Goan pedestrian:-)
=====


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GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
Oct 31, 2004

GOACOM VIDEO NEWS: Video Clip from Goa on the first Session of HERITAGE
JAZZ YATRA organised by Armando Gonsalves of Trancemedia at Rebelo Mansion
at Betalbatim on October 10, 2004, at http://www.goacom.com/news
Clips_Heritage_Jazz Yatra_1:

CHECK the latest issue of GoaNOW webzine at http://www.goacom.com/goanow

COUNCIL MUSICAL CHAIRS: While the Mormugao Municipal Council in Vasco - and
more recently in Mapusa Municipal Council - has been rocked by these power
struggles to the detriment of progress, it has now come to light that 11 out
of the 20 councillors of the Mormugao Body had signed an agreement between
themselves to provide 'a stable and efficient Council'.it was unanimously
resolved by them when they endorsed it on 14 February, 2003, that they would
share the 'hot seat' among themselves till October 2004. (WE-GT)

SEX TRADE CRACKED: Four young girls allegedly involved in sex trade in the
coastal belt of Calangute were arrested along with two other persons after
the CID/Crime branch laid a trap for them on Saturday. The four girls are
said to be from the north east region and were in the age group of 22 to 24.
The action against sex trade activities follows complaints by the villagers
of Calangute and the co-operation extended by the police in curbing the
menace. (WE-GT)

SAFETY MEASURES AT OLD GOA: In its report submitted to Archaeological Survey
of India, the Directorate of Fire and Emergency Services has recommended a
number of fire protection measures to be implemented in the heritage
buildings of Basilica of Bom Jesus and Se Cathedral premises at Old Goa.
Consequent to the major fire on October 21 that is estimated to have caused
a loss of more than Rs.50 lakh, the Directorate conducted a fire protection
survey of the building for assessment of specific risk at the heritage site.
(H)

CURTORIM RESIDENTS OPPOSE PLANT: The citizens of Curtorim held a meeting on
October 30 to oppose the proposed setting up of a new industrial plant, a
cellular base station and a housing project comprising of about 140 dwelling
units. (NT)

TARGETS FOR FIRE MISHAPS: With nearly 80 per cent of the industrial units
without the mandatory No-Objection Certificates from the Ponda fire
services, the three industrial estates in Kundaim, Marcaim and Bethora in
Ponda taluka have become perfect targets for major fire mishaps. (H)

MAG MEET TODAY: The Motorcycle Action Group has convened on Sunday a public
meeting at the Menezes Braganza Hall, Panaji, to protest the helmet rule and
the "undue harassment" being meted out to them by the state police. (WE-GT)

LURE OF GOA: The tourism season is on the roll and the lure of Goa is not
only attracting millionaires but also destitute orphans. (NT)

BODY FOUND IN A WELL: Calangute police have recovered a body of an
unidentified male aged about 35 years from a well at Candolim. (WE-GT)

REFRAIN FROM BURNING NARKASUR: The Corporation of the City of Panaji has
appealed to the public to refrain from burning effigies of Narkasur on the
roads during the early hours of the Diwali day, that is November 11. (NT)

WHEEL-CHAIR FACILITY FOR SICK, DISABLED: The sick and the disabled who would
wish to pay homage to Goencho Saib during the Exposition will be provided
with special facilities at the venue. (H)

MINOR BOY MOLESTS GIRL: A resident of Divar complained that a 14-year-old
boy trespassed into his home, confined his minor daughter in the house and
then proceeded to undress the girl. The boy then allegedly outraged the
modesty of the girl. (WE-GT)

NRI CENTRE SEMINAR ON GOAN HERITAGE: Contributing to efforts towards the
preservation of Goa's culture and heritage, not only for local residents but
also for visiting NRI Goans, the NRI Facilitation Centre is organizing a
one-day seminar on "Goan Heritage" at Margao on November 6, 2004. The
chairman of the NRI Facilitation Centre, Mr Chandrakant Keni told The
Navhind Times that Goa's tradition needed to be preserved. (NT)

BRITON HELD WITH DRUGS: The anti-narcotic cell of the Goa police arrested a
British national, Martin Hughes, on drug charges after three type of
narcotics were allegedly found in his room at Anjuna two days ago. (H)

LOUTULIM VILLAGERS COMPLAIN: Villagers from Loutulim have complained that
the Town & Country Planning department is being discriminatory in the
implementation of one of its notifications regarding setbacks for different
construction along the entire stretch ranging from Borim Junction via
Loutulim market. (WE-GT)

DEMAND FOR ACTION AGAINST MAMLATDAR: One Egidio Braganza, a resident of
Altinho-Mapusa, has demanded action against the Mapusa Joint Mamlatdar for
dismissing his mutation case when no stay was granted by the administrative
Tribunal to a revision petition filed by Pocklo Divkar. (WE-GT)

AGNEL SEVA SANGH: Members of Agnel Seva Sangh, an organisation working for
the welfare of the people of the State, urged other major like-minded NGOs
to coordinate with the Sangh for upliftment of the students of scheduled
castes by providing them vocational training. (WE-GT)

CATTLE MELA: The directorate of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Services,
Panaji, will organise a 'Cattle Mela' at Key Village Scheme ground,
Curti-Ponda from 22 to 26 November. Dairy farmers and cattle dealers from
Maharashtra and Karnataka have been invited to bring their animals for sale.
(WE-GT)

WORKSHOP FOR KIDS: Sangath, a society for Child Development and Family
Guidance, Alto Porvorim will hold a creative workshop for children between 4
to 10 years in the first week of November. Tel: 2414916/2417914. (WE-GT)

FENCING ALONG BEACH: Cervellon Lacerda, sarpanch of Majorda-Utorda-Calata
panchayat has directed a resort in Majorda to stop erecting RCC poles
fencing along the beach. (WE-GT)

AQUEM GRAM SABHA POSTPONED: The Sarpanch of Aquem-Baixo Panchayat, Peter
Vaz, has postponed the gram Sabha meeting scheduled on October 31. His
detractors were quick to accuse him of saying away from facing tomorrow's
gram Sabha meeting in view of a court warrant pending against him. (H)

KILLED IN ACCIDENT: The killer roads of Goa claimed the life of one more
person Caetano Mascarenhas on October 27 at Cacora, Sanguem. Fifty-eight
year old Mascarenhas was standing by the roadside at Cacora when a scooter
rammed into him from behind. (WE-GT)

NAVELIM CHAPEL BURGLED: Burglars entered into Our Lady of Enfermos Chapel at
Sinquetim-Navelim and decamped with valuables worth Rs.7,900. (H)

PLANT UTSAV AT MAPUSA: Botanical Society of Goa, an environmental NGO
instilling environmental values among the Goans through academic and social
programmes will present its seventh Plant Utsav at the carnival parade
grounds, Mapusa, from November 25-28. (H)

CROWNING GLORY: Mellisa Fernandes was crowned Miss Goa 2004 at the beauty
contest held at Radisson White Sands, Resort, Varca, on October 30.

S P O R T S

VIJAYAN JOINS CHURCHILL: Veteran JCT footballer and national coach Stephen
Constantine's "fox in the box", IM Vijayan will play for Churchill Bros this
season, disclosed club patron Mr Churchill Alemao. (NT)

NAPOLI PUT OFF SIGNALS: Three-second half goals saw Napoli SC, Benaulim,
down Corps of Signals 3-0 in the GFA First Division Football League at
Chinchinim. At Mapusa, Raitura SC, Rachol, defeated Young boys of Tonca 2-1.
(WE-GT)

D E A T H S
25 Oct: Belgium/Benaulim: MAUD PHILIPSE FERRAO (Ex Dar-es-Salaam); wife
of Willem Phillipse, mother of Ezra, Asher & Ruben, daughter of Maria
Pia/late Sebastian Constantino Ferrao (Ex-Dar-es-Salaam)l
sister/sister-in-law of Marilyn/Theodrus Verleum (Holland), Maria Amelia
Ferrao/Betty and Henk Krocke (Holland), aunt of Damaris and Estelle, Dave
and Sharon. Funeral on 3rd November in Antwerp, Belgium.
27 Oct: Ste Estevam: LUIZA ALPHONSO E VICTORIA: wife of late Miguel,
mother of Romy/Buna.
30 Oct: Taleigao: MAGDALENA FERNANDES AFONSO, wife of late Miguel Xavier,
mother of Luis Xavier/Flavia, Caitan Marie, Antonet/Thomas, Lucy/Theresa,
Alies/Jose, Assis/Santan, Estefan/Tony, Jacinto.
30 Oct: Agassaim: ESPERANCA ESTEVES: wife of the late Inacio, mother of
late Anthony, Santana/Vithal Fernandes, Albertine/Constancio Rebeiro,
Jose/Gloria Esteves, Lawrence/Esperanca and Leonora/Carlito.

G O A W E A T H E R
Max temp: 34.2 degC; Min temp: 23.6 degC; Humidity: 78% (Yesterday)
Rainfall so far: 2035.0 mm
Weather: A cloudy morning in Goa.

Courtesy: GT=Gomantak Times; NT=The Navhind Times; H=Herald;
WE=Weekender; TOI=Times of India

JOEL D'SOUZA
Assagao-Goa-India.
Seb dc
2004-10-31 06:01:19 UTC
Permalink
Post by Joel D'Souza
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
Oct 31, 2004
SEX TRADE CRACKED: Four young girls allegedly involved in sex trade in the
coastal belt of Calangute were arrested along with two other persons after
the CID/Crime branch laid a trap for them on Saturday. The four girls are
said to be from the north east region and were in the age group of 22 to
24.
Post by Joel D'Souza
The action against sex trade activities follows complaints by the
villagers
Post by Joel D'Souza
of Calangute and the co-operation extended by the police in curbing the
menace. (WE-GT)
LURE OF GOA: The tourism season is on the roll and the lure of Goa is not
only attracting millionaires but also destitute orphans. (NT)
MINOR BOY MOLESTS GIRL: A resident of Divar complained that a 14-year-old
boy trespassed into his home, confined his minor daughter in the house and
then proceeded to undress the girl. The boy then allegedly outraged the
modesty of the girl. (WE-GT)
Is it a begining of things to come...
Post by Joel D'Souza
KILLED IN ACCIDENT: The killer roads of Goa claimed the life of one more
person Caetano Mascarenhas on October 27 at Cacora, Sanguem. Fifty-eight
year old Mascarenhas was standing by the roadside at Cacora when a scooter
rammed into him from behind. (WE-GT)
Just imagine a 5 foot person is hard to see?? Are the helmets in such a bad
shape that visibility is sp poor? An urgent appeal to design a safety suit
for Goan pedestrian:-)
Tim de Mello
2004-10-31 20:43:37 UTC
Permalink
From: "Seb dc" <sdc at upcdubai.com>
Post by Joel D'Souza
KILLED IN ACCIDENT: The killer roads of Goa claimed the life of one more
person Caetano Mascarenhas on October 27 at Cacora, Sanguem. Fifty-eight
year old Mascarenhas was standing by the roadside at Cacora when a scooter
rammed into him from behind. (WE-GT)
Just imagine a 5 foot person is hard to see?? Are the helmets in such a bad
shape that visibility is sp poor? An urgent appeal to design a safety suit
for Goan pedestrian:-)
=====


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2004-10-31 05:59:16 UTC
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GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
Oct 31, 2004

GOACOM VIDEO NEWS: Video Clip from Goa on the first Session of HERITAGE
JAZZ YATRA organised by Armando Gonsalves of Trancemedia at Rebelo Mansion
at Betalbatim on October 10, 2004, at http://www.goacom.com/news
Clips_Heritage_Jazz Yatra_1:

CHECK the latest issue of GoaNOW webzine at http://www.goacom.com/goanow

COUNCIL MUSICAL CHAIRS: While the Mormugao Municipal Council in Vasco - and
more recently in Mapusa Municipal Council - has been rocked by these power
struggles to the detriment of progress, it has now come to light that 11 out
of the 20 councillors of the Mormugao Body had signed an agreement between
themselves to provide 'a stable and efficient Council'.it was unanimously
resolved by them when they endorsed it on 14 February, 2003, that they would
share the 'hot seat' among themselves till October 2004. (WE-GT)

SEX TRADE CRACKED: Four young girls allegedly involved in sex trade in the
coastal belt of Calangute were arrested along with two other persons after
the CID/Crime branch laid a trap for them on Saturday. The four girls are
said to be from the north east region and were in the age group of 22 to 24.
The action against sex trade activities follows complaints by the villagers
of Calangute and the co-operation extended by the police in curbing the
menace. (WE-GT)

SAFETY MEASURES AT OLD GOA: In its report submitted to Archaeological Survey
of India, the Directorate of Fire and Emergency Services has recommended a
number of fire protection measures to be implemented in the heritage
buildings of Basilica of Bom Jesus and Se Cathedral premises at Old Goa.
Consequent to the major fire on October 21 that is estimated to have caused
a loss of more than Rs.50 lakh, the Directorate conducted a fire protection
survey of the building for assessment of specific risk at the heritage site.
(H)

CURTORIM RESIDENTS OPPOSE PLANT: The citizens of Curtorim held a meeting on
October 30 to oppose the proposed setting up of a new industrial plant, a
cellular base station and a housing project comprising of about 140 dwelling
units. (NT)

TARGETS FOR FIRE MISHAPS: With nearly 80 per cent of the industrial units
without the mandatory No-Objection Certificates from the Ponda fire
services, the three industrial estates in Kundaim, Marcaim and Bethora in
Ponda taluka have become perfect targets for major fire mishaps. (H)

MAG MEET TODAY: The Motorcycle Action Group has convened on Sunday a public
meeting at the Menezes Braganza Hall, Panaji, to protest the helmet rule and
the "undue harassment" being meted out to them by the state police. (WE-GT)

LURE OF GOA: The tourism season is on the roll and the lure of Goa is not
only attracting millionaires but also destitute orphans. (NT)

BODY FOUND IN A WELL: Calangute police have recovered a body of an
unidentified male aged about 35 years from a well at Candolim. (WE-GT)

REFRAIN FROM BURNING NARKASUR: The Corporation of the City of Panaji has
appealed to the public to refrain from burning effigies of Narkasur on the
roads during the early hours of the Diwali day, that is November 11. (NT)

WHEEL-CHAIR FACILITY FOR SICK, DISABLED: The sick and the disabled who would
wish to pay homage to Goencho Saib during the Exposition will be provided
with special facilities at the venue. (H)

MINOR BOY MOLESTS GIRL: A resident of Divar complained that a 14-year-old
boy trespassed into his home, confined his minor daughter in the house and
then proceeded to undress the girl. The boy then allegedly outraged the
modesty of the girl. (WE-GT)

NRI CENTRE SEMINAR ON GOAN HERITAGE: Contributing to efforts towards the
preservation of Goa's culture and heritage, not only for local residents but
also for visiting NRI Goans, the NRI Facilitation Centre is organizing a
one-day seminar on "Goan Heritage" at Margao on November 6, 2004. The
chairman of the NRI Facilitation Centre, Mr Chandrakant Keni told The
Navhind Times that Goa's tradition needed to be preserved. (NT)

BRITON HELD WITH DRUGS: The anti-narcotic cell of the Goa police arrested a
British national, Martin Hughes, on drug charges after three type of
narcotics were allegedly found in his room at Anjuna two days ago. (H)

LOUTULIM VILLAGERS COMPLAIN: Villagers from Loutulim have complained that
the Town & Country Planning department is being discriminatory in the
implementation of one of its notifications regarding setbacks for different
construction along the entire stretch ranging from Borim Junction via
Loutulim market. (WE-GT)

DEMAND FOR ACTION AGAINST MAMLATDAR: One Egidio Braganza, a resident of
Altinho-Mapusa, has demanded action against the Mapusa Joint Mamlatdar for
dismissing his mutation case when no stay was granted by the administrative
Tribunal to a revision petition filed by Pocklo Divkar. (WE-GT)

AGNEL SEVA SANGH: Members of Agnel Seva Sangh, an organisation working for
the welfare of the people of the State, urged other major like-minded NGOs
to coordinate with the Sangh for upliftment of the students of scheduled
castes by providing them vocational training. (WE-GT)

CATTLE MELA: The directorate of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Services,
Panaji, will organise a 'Cattle Mela' at Key Village Scheme ground,
Curti-Ponda from 22 to 26 November. Dairy farmers and cattle dealers from
Maharashtra and Karnataka have been invited to bring their animals for sale.
(WE-GT)

WORKSHOP FOR KIDS: Sangath, a society for Child Development and Family
Guidance, Alto Porvorim will hold a creative workshop for children between 4
to 10 years in the first week of November. Tel: 2414916/2417914. (WE-GT)

FENCING ALONG BEACH: Cervellon Lacerda, sarpanch of Majorda-Utorda-Calata
panchayat has directed a resort in Majorda to stop erecting RCC poles
fencing along the beach. (WE-GT)

AQUEM GRAM SABHA POSTPONED: The Sarpanch of Aquem-Baixo Panchayat, Peter
Vaz, has postponed the gram Sabha meeting scheduled on October 31. His
detractors were quick to accuse him of saying away from facing tomorrow's
gram Sabha meeting in view of a court warrant pending against him. (H)

KILLED IN ACCIDENT: The killer roads of Goa claimed the life of one more
person Caetano Mascarenhas on October 27 at Cacora, Sanguem. Fifty-eight
year old Mascarenhas was standing by the roadside at Cacora when a scooter
rammed into him from behind. (WE-GT)

NAVELIM CHAPEL BURGLED: Burglars entered into Our Lady of Enfermos Chapel at
Sinquetim-Navelim and decamped with valuables worth Rs.7,900. (H)

PLANT UTSAV AT MAPUSA: Botanical Society of Goa, an environmental NGO
instilling environmental values among the Goans through academic and social
programmes will present its seventh Plant Utsav at the carnival parade
grounds, Mapusa, from November 25-28. (H)

CROWNING GLORY: Mellisa Fernandes was crowned Miss Goa 2004 at the beauty
contest held at Radisson White Sands, Resort, Varca, on October 30.

S P O R T S

VIJAYAN JOINS CHURCHILL: Veteran JCT footballer and national coach Stephen
Constantine's "fox in the box", IM Vijayan will play for Churchill Bros this
season, disclosed club patron Mr Churchill Alemao. (NT)

NAPOLI PUT OFF SIGNALS: Three-second half goals saw Napoli SC, Benaulim,
down Corps of Signals 3-0 in the GFA First Division Football League at
Chinchinim. At Mapusa, Raitura SC, Rachol, defeated Young boys of Tonca 2-1.
(WE-GT)

D E A T H S
25 Oct: Belgium/Benaulim: MAUD PHILIPSE FERRAO (Ex Dar-es-Salaam); wife
of Willem Phillipse, mother of Ezra, Asher & Ruben, daughter of Maria
Pia/late Sebastian Constantino Ferrao (Ex-Dar-es-Salaam)l
sister/sister-in-law of Marilyn/Theodrus Verleum (Holland), Maria Amelia
Ferrao/Betty and Henk Krocke (Holland), aunt of Damaris and Estelle, Dave
and Sharon. Funeral on 3rd November in Antwerp, Belgium.
27 Oct: Ste Estevam: LUIZA ALPHONSO E VICTORIA: wife of late Miguel,
mother of Romy/Buna.
30 Oct: Taleigao: MAGDALENA FERNANDES AFONSO, wife of late Miguel Xavier,
mother of Luis Xavier/Flavia, Caitan Marie, Antonet/Thomas, Lucy/Theresa,
Alies/Jose, Assis/Santan, Estefan/Tony, Jacinto.
30 Oct: Agassaim: ESPERANCA ESTEVES: wife of the late Inacio, mother of
late Anthony, Santana/Vithal Fernandes, Albertine/Constancio Rebeiro,
Jose/Gloria Esteves, Lawrence/Esperanca and Leonora/Carlito.

G O A W E A T H E R
Max temp: 34.2 degC; Min temp: 23.6 degC; Humidity: 78% (Yesterday)
Rainfall so far: 2035.0 mm
Weather: A cloudy morning in Goa.

Courtesy: GT=Gomantak Times; NT=The Navhind Times; H=Herald;
WE=Weekender; TOI=Times of India

JOEL D'SOUZA
Assagao-Goa-India.
Seb dc
2004-10-31 06:01:19 UTC
Permalink
Post by Joel D'Souza
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
Oct 31, 2004
SEX TRADE CRACKED: Four young girls allegedly involved in sex trade in the
coastal belt of Calangute were arrested along with two other persons after
the CID/Crime branch laid a trap for them on Saturday. The four girls are
said to be from the north east region and were in the age group of 22 to
24.
Post by Joel D'Souza
The action against sex trade activities follows complaints by the
villagers
Post by Joel D'Souza
of Calangute and the co-operation extended by the police in curbing the
menace. (WE-GT)
LURE OF GOA: The tourism season is on the roll and the lure of Goa is not
only attracting millionaires but also destitute orphans. (NT)
MINOR BOY MOLESTS GIRL: A resident of Divar complained that a 14-year-old
boy trespassed into his home, confined his minor daughter in the house and
then proceeded to undress the girl. The boy then allegedly outraged the
modesty of the girl. (WE-GT)
Is it a begining of things to come...
Post by Joel D'Souza
KILLED IN ACCIDENT: The killer roads of Goa claimed the life of one more
person Caetano Mascarenhas on October 27 at Cacora, Sanguem. Fifty-eight
year old Mascarenhas was standing by the roadside at Cacora when a scooter
rammed into him from behind. (WE-GT)
Just imagine a 5 foot person is hard to see?? Are the helmets in such a bad
shape that visibility is sp poor? An urgent appeal to design a safety suit
for Goan pedestrian:-)
Tim de Mello
2004-10-31 20:43:37 UTC
Permalink
From: "Seb dc" <sdc at upcdubai.com>
Post by Joel D'Souza
KILLED IN ACCIDENT: The killer roads of Goa claimed the life of one more
person Caetano Mascarenhas on October 27 at Cacora, Sanguem. Fifty-eight
year old Mascarenhas was standing by the roadside at Cacora when a scooter
rammed into him from behind. (WE-GT)
Just imagine a 5 foot person is hard to see?? Are the helmets in such a bad
shape that visibility is sp poor? An urgent appeal to design a safety suit
for Goan pedestrian:-)
=====


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GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
Oct 31, 2004

GOACOM VIDEO NEWS: Video Clip from Goa on the first Session of HERITAGE
JAZZ YATRA organised by Armando Gonsalves of Trancemedia at Rebelo Mansion
at Betalbatim on October 10, 2004, at http://www.goacom.com/news
Clips_Heritage_Jazz Yatra_1:

CHECK the latest issue of GoaNOW webzine at http://www.goacom.com/goanow

COUNCIL MUSICAL CHAIRS: While the Mormugao Municipal Council in Vasco - and
more recently in Mapusa Municipal Council - has been rocked by these power
struggles to the detriment of progress, it has now come to light that 11 out
of the 20 councillors of the Mormugao Body had signed an agreement between
themselves to provide 'a stable and efficient Council'.it was unanimously
resolved by them when they endorsed it on 14 February, 2003, that they would
share the 'hot seat' among themselves till October 2004. (WE-GT)

SEX TRADE CRACKED: Four young girls allegedly involved in sex trade in the
coastal belt of Calangute were arrested along with two other persons after
the CID/Crime branch laid a trap for them on Saturday. The four girls are
said to be from the north east region and were in the age group of 22 to 24.
The action against sex trade activities follows complaints by the villagers
of Calangute and the co-operation extended by the police in curbing the
menace. (WE-GT)

SAFETY MEASURES AT OLD GOA: In its report submitted to Archaeological Survey
of India, the Directorate of Fire and Emergency Services has recommended a
number of fire protection measures to be implemented in the heritage
buildings of Basilica of Bom Jesus and Se Cathedral premises at Old Goa.
Consequent to the major fire on October 21 that is estimated to have caused
a loss of more than Rs.50 lakh, the Directorate conducted a fire protection
survey of the building for assessment of specific risk at the heritage site.
(H)

CURTORIM RESIDENTS OPPOSE PLANT: The citizens of Curtorim held a meeting on
October 30 to oppose the proposed setting up of a new industrial plant, a
cellular base station and a housing project comprising of about 140 dwelling
units. (NT)

TARGETS FOR FIRE MISHAPS: With nearly 80 per cent of the industrial units
without the mandatory No-Objection Certificates from the Ponda fire
services, the three industrial estates in Kundaim, Marcaim and Bethora in
Ponda taluka have become perfect targets for major fire mishaps. (H)

MAG MEET TODAY: The Motorcycle Action Group has convened on Sunday a public
meeting at the Menezes Braganza Hall, Panaji, to protest the helmet rule and
the "undue harassment" being meted out to them by the state police. (WE-GT)

LURE OF GOA: The tourism season is on the roll and the lure of Goa is not
only attracting millionaires but also destitute orphans. (NT)

BODY FOUND IN A WELL: Calangute police have recovered a body of an
unidentified male aged about 35 years from a well at Candolim. (WE-GT)

REFRAIN FROM BURNING NARKASUR: The Corporation of the City of Panaji has
appealed to the public to refrain from burning effigies of Narkasur on the
roads during the early hours of the Diwali day, that is November 11. (NT)

WHEEL-CHAIR FACILITY FOR SICK, DISABLED: The sick and the disabled who would
wish to pay homage to Goencho Saib during the Exposition will be provided
with special facilities at the venue. (H)

MINOR BOY MOLESTS GIRL: A resident of Divar complained that a 14-year-old
boy trespassed into his home, confined his minor daughter in the house and
then proceeded to undress the girl. The boy then allegedly outraged the
modesty of the girl. (WE-GT)

NRI CENTRE SEMINAR ON GOAN HERITAGE: Contributing to efforts towards the
preservation of Goa's culture and heritage, not only for local residents but
also for visiting NRI Goans, the NRI Facilitation Centre is organizing a
one-day seminar on "Goan Heritage" at Margao on November 6, 2004. The
chairman of the NRI Facilitation Centre, Mr Chandrakant Keni told The
Navhind Times that Goa's tradition needed to be preserved. (NT)

BRITON HELD WITH DRUGS: The anti-narcotic cell of the Goa police arrested a
British national, Martin Hughes, on drug charges after three type of
narcotics were allegedly found in his room at Anjuna two days ago. (H)

LOUTULIM VILLAGERS COMPLAIN: Villagers from Loutulim have complained that
the Town & Country Planning department is being discriminatory in the
implementation of one of its notifications regarding setbacks for different
construction along the entire stretch ranging from Borim Junction via
Loutulim market. (WE-GT)

DEMAND FOR ACTION AGAINST MAMLATDAR: One Egidio Braganza, a resident of
Altinho-Mapusa, has demanded action against the Mapusa Joint Mamlatdar for
dismissing his mutation case when no stay was granted by the administrative
Tribunal to a revision petition filed by Pocklo Divkar. (WE-GT)

AGNEL SEVA SANGH: Members of Agnel Seva Sangh, an organisation working for
the welfare of the people of the State, urged other major like-minded NGOs
to coordinate with the Sangh for upliftment of the students of scheduled
castes by providing them vocational training. (WE-GT)

CATTLE MELA: The directorate of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Services,
Panaji, will organise a 'Cattle Mela' at Key Village Scheme ground,
Curti-Ponda from 22 to 26 November. Dairy farmers and cattle dealers from
Maharashtra and Karnataka have been invited to bring their animals for sale.
(WE-GT)

WORKSHOP FOR KIDS: Sangath, a society for Child Development and Family
Guidance, Alto Porvorim will hold a creative workshop for children between 4
to 10 years in the first week of November. Tel: 2414916/2417914. (WE-GT)

FENCING ALONG BEACH: Cervellon Lacerda, sarpanch of Majorda-Utorda-Calata
panchayat has directed a resort in Majorda to stop erecting RCC poles
fencing along the beach. (WE-GT)

AQUEM GRAM SABHA POSTPONED: The Sarpanch of Aquem-Baixo Panchayat, Peter
Vaz, has postponed the gram Sabha meeting scheduled on October 31. His
detractors were quick to accuse him of saying away from facing tomorrow's
gram Sabha meeting in view of a court warrant pending against him. (H)

KILLED IN ACCIDENT: The killer roads of Goa claimed the life of one more
person Caetano Mascarenhas on October 27 at Cacora, Sanguem. Fifty-eight
year old Mascarenhas was standing by the roadside at Cacora when a scooter
rammed into him from behind. (WE-GT)

NAVELIM CHAPEL BURGLED: Burglars entered into Our Lady of Enfermos Chapel at
Sinquetim-Navelim and decamped with valuables worth Rs.7,900. (H)

PLANT UTSAV AT MAPUSA: Botanical Society of Goa, an environmental NGO
instilling environmental values among the Goans through academic and social
programmes will present its seventh Plant Utsav at the carnival parade
grounds, Mapusa, from November 25-28. (H)

CROWNING GLORY: Mellisa Fernandes was crowned Miss Goa 2004 at the beauty
contest held at Radisson White Sands, Resort, Varca, on October 30.

S P O R T S

VIJAYAN JOINS CHURCHILL: Veteran JCT footballer and national coach Stephen
Constantine's "fox in the box", IM Vijayan will play for Churchill Bros this
season, disclosed club patron Mr Churchill Alemao. (NT)

NAPOLI PUT OFF SIGNALS: Three-second half goals saw Napoli SC, Benaulim,
down Corps of Signals 3-0 in the GFA First Division Football League at
Chinchinim. At Mapusa, Raitura SC, Rachol, defeated Young boys of Tonca 2-1.
(WE-GT)

D E A T H S
25 Oct: Belgium/Benaulim: MAUD PHILIPSE FERRAO (Ex Dar-es-Salaam); wife
of Willem Phillipse, mother of Ezra, Asher & Ruben, daughter of Maria
Pia/late Sebastian Constantino Ferrao (Ex-Dar-es-Salaam)l
sister/sister-in-law of Marilyn/Theodrus Verleum (Holland), Maria Amelia
Ferrao/Betty and Henk Krocke (Holland), aunt of Damaris and Estelle, Dave
and Sharon. Funeral on 3rd November in Antwerp, Belgium.
27 Oct: Ste Estevam: LUIZA ALPHONSO E VICTORIA: wife of late Miguel,
mother of Romy/Buna.
30 Oct: Taleigao: MAGDALENA FERNANDES AFONSO, wife of late Miguel Xavier,
mother of Luis Xavier/Flavia, Caitan Marie, Antonet/Thomas, Lucy/Theresa,
Alies/Jose, Assis/Santan, Estefan/Tony, Jacinto.
30 Oct: Agassaim: ESPERANCA ESTEVES: wife of the late Inacio, mother of
late Anthony, Santana/Vithal Fernandes, Albertine/Constancio Rebeiro,
Jose/Gloria Esteves, Lawrence/Esperanca and Leonora/Carlito.

G O A W E A T H E R
Max temp: 34.2 degC; Min temp: 23.6 degC; Humidity: 78% (Yesterday)
Rainfall so far: 2035.0 mm
Weather: A cloudy morning in Goa.

Courtesy: GT=Gomantak Times; NT=The Navhind Times; H=Herald;
WE=Weekender; TOI=Times of India

JOEL D'SOUZA
Assagao-Goa-India.
Seb dc
2004-10-31 06:01:19 UTC
Permalink
Post by Joel D'Souza
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
Oct 31, 2004
SEX TRADE CRACKED: Four young girls allegedly involved in sex trade in the
coastal belt of Calangute were arrested along with two other persons after
the CID/Crime branch laid a trap for them on Saturday. The four girls are
said to be from the north east region and were in the age group of 22 to
24.
Post by Joel D'Souza
The action against sex trade activities follows complaints by the
villagers
Post by Joel D'Souza
of Calangute and the co-operation extended by the police in curbing the
menace. (WE-GT)
LURE OF GOA: The tourism season is on the roll and the lure of Goa is not
only attracting millionaires but also destitute orphans. (NT)
MINOR BOY MOLESTS GIRL: A resident of Divar complained that a 14-year-old
boy trespassed into his home, confined his minor daughter in the house and
then proceeded to undress the girl. The boy then allegedly outraged the
modesty of the girl. (WE-GT)
Is it a begining of things to come...
Post by Joel D'Souza
KILLED IN ACCIDENT: The killer roads of Goa claimed the life of one more
person Caetano Mascarenhas on October 27 at Cacora, Sanguem. Fifty-eight
year old Mascarenhas was standing by the roadside at Cacora when a scooter
rammed into him from behind. (WE-GT)
Just imagine a 5 foot person is hard to see?? Are the helmets in such a bad
shape that visibility is sp poor? An urgent appeal to design a safety suit
for Goan pedestrian:-)
Tim de Mello
2004-10-31 20:43:37 UTC
Permalink
From: "Seb dc" <sdc at upcdubai.com>
Post by Joel D'Souza
KILLED IN ACCIDENT: The killer roads of Goa claimed the life of one more
person Caetano Mascarenhas on October 27 at Cacora, Sanguem. Fifty-eight
year old Mascarenhas was standing by the roadside at Cacora when a scooter
rammed into him from behind. (WE-GT)
Just imagine a 5 foot person is hard to see?? Are the helmets in such a bad
shape that visibility is sp poor? An urgent appeal to design a safety suit
for Goan pedestrian:-)
=====


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CANADA

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2004-10-31 05:59:16 UTC
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GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
Oct 31, 2004

GOACOM VIDEO NEWS: Video Clip from Goa on the first Session of HERITAGE
JAZZ YATRA organised by Armando Gonsalves of Trancemedia at Rebelo Mansion
at Betalbatim on October 10, 2004, at http://www.goacom.com/news
Clips_Heritage_Jazz Yatra_1:

CHECK the latest issue of GoaNOW webzine at http://www.goacom.com/goanow

COUNCIL MUSICAL CHAIRS: While the Mormugao Municipal Council in Vasco - and
more recently in Mapusa Municipal Council - has been rocked by these power
struggles to the detriment of progress, it has now come to light that 11 out
of the 20 councillors of the Mormugao Body had signed an agreement between
themselves to provide 'a stable and efficient Council'.it was unanimously
resolved by them when they endorsed it on 14 February, 2003, that they would
share the 'hot seat' among themselves till October 2004. (WE-GT)

SEX TRADE CRACKED: Four young girls allegedly involved in sex trade in the
coastal belt of Calangute were arrested along with two other persons after
the CID/Crime branch laid a trap for them on Saturday. The four girls are
said to be from the north east region and were in the age group of 22 to 24.
The action against sex trade activities follows complaints by the villagers
of Calangute and the co-operation extended by the police in curbing the
menace. (WE-GT)

SAFETY MEASURES AT OLD GOA: In its report submitted to Archaeological Survey
of India, the Directorate of Fire and Emergency Services has recommended a
number of fire protection measures to be implemented in the heritage
buildings of Basilica of Bom Jesus and Se Cathedral premises at Old Goa.
Consequent to the major fire on October 21 that is estimated to have caused
a loss of more than Rs.50 lakh, the Directorate conducted a fire protection
survey of the building for assessment of specific risk at the heritage site.
(H)

CURTORIM RESIDENTS OPPOSE PLANT: The citizens of Curtorim held a meeting on
October 30 to oppose the proposed setting up of a new industrial plant, a
cellular base station and a housing project comprising of about 140 dwelling
units. (NT)

TARGETS FOR FIRE MISHAPS: With nearly 80 per cent of the industrial units
without the mandatory No-Objection Certificates from the Ponda fire
services, the three industrial estates in Kundaim, Marcaim and Bethora in
Ponda taluka have become perfect targets for major fire mishaps. (H)

MAG MEET TODAY: The Motorcycle Action Group has convened on Sunday a public
meeting at the Menezes Braganza Hall, Panaji, to protest the helmet rule and
the "undue harassment" being meted out to them by the state police. (WE-GT)

LURE OF GOA: The tourism season is on the roll and the lure of Goa is not
only attracting millionaires but also destitute orphans. (NT)

BODY FOUND IN A WELL: Calangute police have recovered a body of an
unidentified male aged about 35 years from a well at Candolim. (WE-GT)

REFRAIN FROM BURNING NARKASUR: The Corporation of the City of Panaji has
appealed to the public to refrain from burning effigies of Narkasur on the
roads during the early hours of the Diwali day, that is November 11. (NT)

WHEEL-CHAIR FACILITY FOR SICK, DISABLED: The sick and the disabled who would
wish to pay homage to Goencho Saib during the Exposition will be provided
with special facilities at the venue. (H)

MINOR BOY MOLESTS GIRL: A resident of Divar complained that a 14-year-old
boy trespassed into his home, confined his minor daughter in the house and
then proceeded to undress the girl. The boy then allegedly outraged the
modesty of the girl. (WE-GT)

NRI CENTRE SEMINAR ON GOAN HERITAGE: Contributing to efforts towards the
preservation of Goa's culture and heritage, not only for local residents but
also for visiting NRI Goans, the NRI Facilitation Centre is organizing a
one-day seminar on "Goan Heritage" at Margao on November 6, 2004. The
chairman of the NRI Facilitation Centre, Mr Chandrakant Keni told The
Navhind Times that Goa's tradition needed to be preserved. (NT)

BRITON HELD WITH DRUGS: The anti-narcotic cell of the Goa police arrested a
British national, Martin Hughes, on drug charges after three type of
narcotics were allegedly found in his room at Anjuna two days ago. (H)

LOUTULIM VILLAGERS COMPLAIN: Villagers from Loutulim have complained that
the Town & Country Planning department is being discriminatory in the
implementation of one of its notifications regarding setbacks for different
construction along the entire stretch ranging from Borim Junction via
Loutulim market. (WE-GT)

DEMAND FOR ACTION AGAINST MAMLATDAR: One Egidio Braganza, a resident of
Altinho-Mapusa, has demanded action against the Mapusa Joint Mamlatdar for
dismissing his mutation case when no stay was granted by the administrative
Tribunal to a revision petition filed by Pocklo Divkar. (WE-GT)

AGNEL SEVA SANGH: Members of Agnel Seva Sangh, an organisation working for
the welfare of the people of the State, urged other major like-minded NGOs
to coordinate with the Sangh for upliftment of the students of scheduled
castes by providing them vocational training. (WE-GT)

CATTLE MELA: The directorate of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Services,
Panaji, will organise a 'Cattle Mela' at Key Village Scheme ground,
Curti-Ponda from 22 to 26 November. Dairy farmers and cattle dealers from
Maharashtra and Karnataka have been invited to bring their animals for sale.
(WE-GT)

WORKSHOP FOR KIDS: Sangath, a society for Child Development and Family
Guidance, Alto Porvorim will hold a creative workshop for children between 4
to 10 years in the first week of November. Tel: 2414916/2417914. (WE-GT)

FENCING ALONG BEACH: Cervellon Lacerda, sarpanch of Majorda-Utorda-Calata
panchayat has directed a resort in Majorda to stop erecting RCC poles
fencing along the beach. (WE-GT)

AQUEM GRAM SABHA POSTPONED: The Sarpanch of Aquem-Baixo Panchayat, Peter
Vaz, has postponed the gram Sabha meeting scheduled on October 31. His
detractors were quick to accuse him of saying away from facing tomorrow's
gram Sabha meeting in view of a court warrant pending against him. (H)

KILLED IN ACCIDENT: The killer roads of Goa claimed the life of one more
person Caetano Mascarenhas on October 27 at Cacora, Sanguem. Fifty-eight
year old Mascarenhas was standing by the roadside at Cacora when a scooter
rammed into him from behind. (WE-GT)

NAVELIM CHAPEL BURGLED: Burglars entered into Our Lady of Enfermos Chapel at
Sinquetim-Navelim and decamped with valuables worth Rs.7,900. (H)

PLANT UTSAV AT MAPUSA: Botanical Society of Goa, an environmental NGO
instilling environmental values among the Goans through academic and social
programmes will present its seventh Plant Utsav at the carnival parade
grounds, Mapusa, from November 25-28. (H)

CROWNING GLORY: Mellisa Fernandes was crowned Miss Goa 2004 at the beauty
contest held at Radisson White Sands, Resort, Varca, on October 30.

S P O R T S

VIJAYAN JOINS CHURCHILL: Veteran JCT footballer and national coach Stephen
Constantine's "fox in the box", IM Vijayan will play for Churchill Bros this
season, disclosed club patron Mr Churchill Alemao. (NT)

NAPOLI PUT OFF SIGNALS: Three-second half goals saw Napoli SC, Benaulim,
down Corps of Signals 3-0 in the GFA First Division Football League at
Chinchinim. At Mapusa, Raitura SC, Rachol, defeated Young boys of Tonca 2-1.
(WE-GT)

D E A T H S
25 Oct: Belgium/Benaulim: MAUD PHILIPSE FERRAO (Ex Dar-es-Salaam); wife
of Willem Phillipse, mother of Ezra, Asher & Ruben, daughter of Maria
Pia/late Sebastian Constantino Ferrao (Ex-Dar-es-Salaam)l
sister/sister-in-law of Marilyn/Theodrus Verleum (Holland), Maria Amelia
Ferrao/Betty and Henk Krocke (Holland), aunt of Damaris and Estelle, Dave
and Sharon. Funeral on 3rd November in Antwerp, Belgium.
27 Oct: Ste Estevam: LUIZA ALPHONSO E VICTORIA: wife of late Miguel,
mother of Romy/Buna.
30 Oct: Taleigao: MAGDALENA FERNANDES AFONSO, wife of late Miguel Xavier,
mother of Luis Xavier/Flavia, Caitan Marie, Antonet/Thomas, Lucy/Theresa,
Alies/Jose, Assis/Santan, Estefan/Tony, Jacinto.
30 Oct: Agassaim: ESPERANCA ESTEVES: wife of the late Inacio, mother of
late Anthony, Santana/Vithal Fernandes, Albertine/Constancio Rebeiro,
Jose/Gloria Esteves, Lawrence/Esperanca and Leonora/Carlito.

G O A W E A T H E R
Max temp: 34.2 degC; Min temp: 23.6 degC; Humidity: 78% (Yesterday)
Rainfall so far: 2035.0 mm
Weather: A cloudy morning in Goa.

Courtesy: GT=Gomantak Times; NT=The Navhind Times; H=Herald;
WE=Weekender; TOI=Times of India

JOEL D'SOUZA
Assagao-Goa-India.
Seb dc
2004-10-31 06:01:19 UTC
Permalink
Post by Joel D'Souza
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
Oct 31, 2004
SEX TRADE CRACKED: Four young girls allegedly involved in sex trade in the
coastal belt of Calangute were arrested along with two other persons after
the CID/Crime branch laid a trap for them on Saturday. The four girls are
said to be from the north east region and were in the age group of 22 to
24.
Post by Joel D'Souza
The action against sex trade activities follows complaints by the
villagers
Post by Joel D'Souza
of Calangute and the co-operation extended by the police in curbing the
menace. (WE-GT)
LURE OF GOA: The tourism season is on the roll and the lure of Goa is not
only attracting millionaires but also destitute orphans. (NT)
MINOR BOY MOLESTS GIRL: A resident of Divar complained that a 14-year-old
boy trespassed into his home, confined his minor daughter in the house and
then proceeded to undress the girl. The boy then allegedly outraged the
modesty of the girl. (WE-GT)
Is it a begining of things to come...
Post by Joel D'Souza
KILLED IN ACCIDENT: The killer roads of Goa claimed the life of one more
person Caetano Mascarenhas on October 27 at Cacora, Sanguem. Fifty-eight
year old Mascarenhas was standing by the roadside at Cacora when a scooter
rammed into him from behind. (WE-GT)
Just imagine a 5 foot person is hard to see?? Are the helmets in such a bad
shape that visibility is sp poor? An urgent appeal to design a safety suit
for Goan pedestrian:-)
Tim de Mello
2004-10-31 20:43:37 UTC
Permalink
From: "Seb dc" <sdc at upcdubai.com>
Post by Joel D'Souza
KILLED IN ACCIDENT: The killer roads of Goa claimed the life of one more
person Caetano Mascarenhas on October 27 at Cacora, Sanguem. Fifty-eight
year old Mascarenhas was standing by the roadside at Cacora when a scooter
rammed into him from behind. (WE-GT)
Just imagine a 5 foot person is hard to see?? Are the helmets in such a bad
shape that visibility is sp poor? An urgent appeal to design a safety suit
for Goan pedestrian:-)
=====


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