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GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
03 June 2004

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY
Zogoddttannam dant dakhovn hansta to munis mhaka boro lagta.
(I like a man who grins when he fights.) "domnic fernandes"
<jyodom at hotmail.com>

MONSERRATE HUMILIATED IN SA: The holiday of Town and Country Planning
Minister Atanasio (Babush) Monserrate and his family turned into a
nightmare, after a South African Airways official in South Africa allegedly
accused them of buying their passports. Monserrate, his wife Jennifer, Sons
Amit and Rohit and friend Anand Bose-A Vasco-based builder-allege they were
rudely refused access to a flight to Kenya at Johannesburg International
Airport on May 30. (H)

DOM MORAES PASSES AWAY: Poet extraordinaire and literary giant Dom Moraes
passed away in Mumbai on June 2 following a cardiac arrest. He was 66.
Family sources said Moraes passed away in his sleep at his Bandra residence
at about 3.30 pm. Born in Mumbai in 1938, he published his first book of
poems, "A Beginning", while just nineteen. The book later won the
Hawthornden prize. His cremation is scheduled for tomorrow at the Sewree
crematorium. (H)

GREENPEACE WANTS TO END "RIVER PRINCESS" SAGA: As the "River Princess"
completes four years of being 'berthed' at Sinquerim, international
environmental action group, Greenpeace, is preparing to throw its weight
behind the movement to remove the stranded ship with minimum damaged to the
surrounding environment. Speaking to GT via telephone from Bangalore,
Greenpeace activist Ramapati Kumar said that the Indian chapter of the group
was taking up the River Princess issue "on a priority basis".The River
Princess ran aground off Sinquerim during cyclonic weather on 12 June 2004.
(Reuven Proenca in GT)

INLAND WATER ROUTES TO PRIVATE OPERATORS: The Minister for River Navigation
and Inland Waterways, Mr Pandurang Madkaikar, said that the government would
be allowing the private transport operators to operate along various inland
river routes in the State. Mr Madkaikar said that the permission would be
granted with the objective to reduce the traffic pressure on the limited
roads, around Goa. There are large number of inland waterways in the State,
like from Panaji to Cumbarjua (and Dona Paula to Mormugao Harbour), which
could be adequately used by private transport operators for public transport
system, he said. (NT)

HOSPICIO GETS CT SCAN UNIT: The long felt need for a CT Scan at Hospicio
Hospital was fulfilled when Health Minister Dr Suresh Amonkar inaugurated
the high-tech machine on June 2. (GT)

PRIVATE PRACTICE BY GOVT DOCS: The crackdown on government doctors with
illegal private practices and quacks has begun, with the coming into force
of the Goa Medical Practitioners Act 2004. (H)

2 YEARS SERVICE A MUST: The government would soon bring a bill to make it
mandatory for post graduate and MBBS doctors to put two years of practice in
government hospitals. (H)

PRINCE JACOB TAKES BOLD STEP: "Rupnnem", the latest tiatr from Prince Jacob
will be released on 4 July at the Kala Academy, members of the Konkani
fraternity announced at a media meet on June 2. Jacob said, "Rupnnem" is the
Konkani adaptation of the Marathi natak 'Sahi re Sahi' written by playwright
Kedar Shinde. "The purpose of this exercise is to expose tiatr audience to
scripts from other languages and will also help to enrich our tiatr stage,"
he said. "Rupnnem" is the 36th production of Prince Jacob. (GT)

KMPL CHIEF HELD: The Economic Offences Cell of the CID-crime branch arrested
the chairman and managing director of Kalpavriksha Marketing Private
Limited, Umesh Khade, for duping the Goan investors to the tune of Rs.347
lakh so far. According to sources in the EOC, around 2,500 Goan investors
have lodged complaints against the firm. (NT)

CYBERMATRIMONIALS: With a growing interest in the Cybermatrimonials listing,
you have a chance to put forward your matrimonial listings more frequently.
Send in a detailed listing (within 100 words) describing yourself and the
type of person you're looking for, latest by June 5, to fred at bytesforall.org
There's no charge to be listed in the Cybermatrimonials, a service from
Goanet.org

TO HOST PORTUGUESE, SPANIARDS: Goa is likely to receive charters from new
markets like Austria, Iran, Sweden, Portugal and Spain or at least from some
of them during the next tourist season beginning October-November, according
to the Tourism Director N Suryanarayana. The government as well as the trade
seem keen to cash in on the Exposition of the sacred relics of St Francis
Xavier. Sources said that of the 3.2 lakh foreign tourist arrival in Goa in
2003, Portuguese nationals were just 6,000. (H)

WOMAN MURDERED AT PILERNE: An 80-year-old woman, Inacia (?) D'Souza, was
strangulated to death at her house at Maikavaddo on June 2 night. She lived
alone in the house. The police informed that the culprits entered the house
by removing the roof tiles. After strangulating the woman using a rope, the
culprits decamped with gold jewellery including two pairs of bangles, two
pairs of finger rings and a chain. The victim's cousin, Filomena D'Souza,
who resides at Valvaddo-Pilerne, lodged a police complaint and gave details
of the missing jewellery. (NT)

PRIEST HURT IN ACCIDENT: Fr PO Almeida, parish priest of St Alex Church,
Calangute, was involved in a collision with a Scorpio four-wheeler at St
Anthony's Chapel at Gauravaddo-Calangute while proceeding from Candolim to
Calangute on his motorcycle. The priest has been admitted to the GMC for
treatment. (NT)

NAVELIM MAN ATTEMPTS SUICIDE: Mr Joao Carlos Coutinho, a 65-year-old man,
attempted suicide by setting himself on fire at his residence at Telaulim on
June 2 morning. Her was rushed to the GMC with 80 per cent burn injuries.
(NT)

GARDEN TURNED INTO PARKING SPACE: Amidst the swings and slides, the Aga Khan
part at Margao Municipal garden is playing host to vehicles these days. And
they aren't amusement or toy vehicles, but garbage trucks parked right
inside the park.The existing parking lot at the Old Market is presently
being utilized by vendors in view of the "Purumentachem fest" and there's no
alternative site for parking of the fleet of Municipal vehicles. (H)

GOLF COURSES AT BETUL, ASHVEM? UK-based Professional Golfers' Association
(PGA, Dc), a consultancy firm engaged by the State government, has
recommended Betul and Ashvem as sites for golf courses. The proposed sites
are for 18-hole golf courses of international standard. (H)

MACAZANA SARPANCH, DY OUSTED: The Sarpanch of Macazana, Agnelo D'Costa and
his deputy Fausta Quadros were on June 2 ousted from office in a
no-confidence motion. (H)

EAST AFRICAN GOAN CONVENTION: Over 300 participants attended the fourth East
African Goan Convention held from 9 to 12 April at the secondary school at
the Ngarenaro Parish. After the traditional eats, drinks and entertainment,
the Convention discussed Sports, Culture, Welfare and Youth. It was resolved
that the future conventions will have the following guidelines: Need for
Education to be discussed as it is important for today's progress in the
world and East African Welfare fund to be started; Sports competitions to be
contested by mixing Goan members rather than between regions or individual
communities; To make conventions easier and more affordable for participants
to attend, with host Goan families providing accommodation; To obtain funds
from any available source and not just from Goan members. (Ray Travas,
Chairman, Convention Committee, raytravas at bol.co.tz)

SEMINAR AT RIBANDAR: The National Council of Churches in India and Orthodox
Nectar for Young Christian will be organizing a seminar on 'Role of
Christian Youth Organisations in Emerging India' at St Mary's Orthodox
Church, Ribandar from June 3 to June 6. (NT)

GOAN FOLK SONGS: Mr William Rodrigues, Goa's most popular and finest
one-man-hand and solo singer, has released his collection of Goan folk songs
on CDs and cassettes. The album titled "60's and 70's Goan Boat Songs" is a
compilation of 12 songs which include the Goan dekhni, mando, dulpods,
Portuguese and English medleys. Mr Rodrigues will also release the
collection in the Middle East and parts of Europe. He was the first person
to start the concept of a one-man-band in Goa and has travelled to
Singapore, Thailand, Dubai and parts of Europe performing solo as well as
with international musicians. (NT)

GLASS IS CLAUDE'S CANVASS: Claude Noronha, a resident of Neura, has carved a
niche for himself in glass designing. From a range of works such as air
brushing, engraving, carving, etching, multi-texture etching, etc, one can
notice his pieces in various places throughout Goa. (GT)

S P O R T S

GOA GO DOWN FIGHTING: Goa went down fighting to Punjab 2-3 in the
semi-finals of the 13th national junior U-21 football championship at
Bhagalpur, Bihar, yesterday. (GT)

FRANSA SWAMP DON BOSCO: Fransa Football Club swamped Don Bosco, Panaji, 7-0
in the Fransa GFA's U-16 inter-zonal football tournament at Nehru Stadium,
Fatorda, yesterday. (GT)

BENNY XI IN FINALS: Fancied Benny XI, Mapusa, got the better of fighting
Adarsh Yuvak Sangh, Saligao, 3-1 via tie-breaker to storm into the finals of
the Vasantrao V Dempo memorial football tournament, at Bicholim yesterday.
(GT)

D E A T H S
23 May: Velim/UK: ANTONIO PLACIDO CAEIRO: (Born 5-10-1930) husband of
Elvira, father of Pierre/Bryony, Paul; grandfather of Amy;
brother/brother-in-law of Franklin/Teofila, Sarita/late Menino. Will be
interred in UK on June 4.
02 June: Vasco: JOAZINHO (JOHNNY) RODRIGUES: husband of Melicia, father
of Baba Jalon.
02 June: Loutulim: CANDIDA FERNANDES: wife of late Inacio, mother of
Socorine/Antonio.
02 June: Chandor-Cavorim: OLIE D'CRUZ E SILVA: relict of late Jose,
mother of Joy/Silvia, Bevino (Spain); sister/sister-in-law of Bonfilio D'
Cruz/late Ezalda, Bemvinda, Maria/Marcelino, sister-in-law of late
Condilac/Laura (Portugal), Lourdina/late Antonio (Portugal); aunt of Dr
Agnelo/Fatima (Zambia), Manjula (England), Feroze and Mark.

G O A W E A T H E R
Max Temp: 31.8 degC
Min Temp: 22.8 degC (yesterday)
Humidity: 86% (Yesterday)
Weather: An hour-long session of light rain but loud thunder kept people
indoors yesterday evening in Goa. Grey clouds seen spread evenly across the
sky this morning.

Courtesy: H=Herald; NT=The Navhind Times; GT=Gomantak Times; WE=WeekEnder

JOEL D'SOUZA
Assagao-Goa-India.
Seb dc
2004-06-03 07:05:02 UTC
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| GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
| 03 June 2004
|
| CYBERMATRIMONIALS: With a growing interest in the Cybermatrimonials
listing,
| you have a chance to put forward your matrimonial listings more
frequently.
| Send in a detailed listing (within 100 words) describing yourself and the
| type of person you're looking for, latest by June 5, to
fred at bytesforall.org
| There's no charge to be listed in the Cybermatrimonials, a service from
| Goanet.org
|

****

Has there been a hit until now Fred? for your kind effort....... I mean did
anyone respond to say thanks, for meeting his/her life partner from goanet.

I would appreciate if He/She write a few words to say they got married,
meeting their spouse here.

Best wishes for those who got & those who are looking!

Seb
Evelyn Lopez
2004-06-03 08:29:28 UTC
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Hi ,

I would like to know where can I get this CD in Pune .
60's and 70's Goan Boat Songs

Thanks,

Eve.

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GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
03 June 2004

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY
Zogoddttannam dant dakhovn hansta to munis mhaka boro lagta.
(I like a man who grins when he fights.) "domnic fernandes"
<jyodom at hotmail.com>

MONSERRATE HUMILIATED IN SA: The holiday of Town and Country Planning
Minister Atanasio (Babush) Monserrate and his family turned into a
nightmare, after a South African Airways official in South Africa
allegedly
accused them of buying their passports. Monserrate, his wife Jennifer,
Sons
Amit and Rohit and friend Anand Bose-A Vasco-based builder-allege they
were
rudely refused access to a flight to Kenya at Johannesburg International
Airport on May 30. (H)

DOM MORAES PASSES AWAY: Poet extraordinaire and literary giant Dom
Moraes
passed away in Mumbai on June 2 following a cardiac arrest. He was 66.
Family sources said Moraes passed away in his sleep at his Bandra
residence
at about 3.30 pm. Born in Mumbai in 1938, he published his first book of
poems, "A Beginning", while just nineteen. The book later won the
Hawthornden prize. His cremation is scheduled for tomorrow at the Sewree
crematorium. (H)

GREENPEACE WANTS TO END "RIVER PRINCESS" SAGA: As the "River Princess"
completes four years of being 'berthed' at Sinquerim, international
environmental action group, Greenpeace, is preparing to throw its weight
behind the movement to remove the stranded ship with minimum damaged to
the
surrounding environment. Speaking to GT via telephone from Bangalore,
Greenpeace activist Ramapati Kumar said that the Indian chapter of the
group
was taking up the River Princess issue "on a priority basis".The River
Princess ran aground off Sinquerim during cyclonic weather on 12 June
2004.
(Reuven Proenca in GT)

INLAND WATER ROUTES TO PRIVATE OPERATORS: The Minister for River
Navigation
and Inland Waterways, Mr Pandurang Madkaikar, said that the government
would
be allowing the private transport operators to operate along various
inland
river routes in the State. Mr Madkaikar said that the permission would
be
granted with the objective to reduce the traffic pressure on the limited
roads, around Goa. There are large number of inland waterways in the
State,
like from Panaji to Cumbarjua (and Dona Paula to Mormugao Harbour),
which
could be adequately used by private transport operators for public
transport
system, he said. (NT)

HOSPICIO GETS CT SCAN UNIT: The long felt need for a CT Scan at Hospicio
Hospital was fulfilled when Health Minister Dr Suresh Amonkar
inaugurated
the high-tech machine on June 2. (GT)

PRIVATE PRACTICE BY GOVT DOCS: The crackdown on government doctors with
illegal private practices and quacks has begun, with the coming into
force
of the Goa Medical Practitioners Act 2004. (H)

2 YEARS SERVICE A MUST: The government would soon bring a bill to make
it
mandatory for post graduate and MBBS doctors to put two years of
practice in
government hospitals. (H)

PRINCE JACOB TAKES BOLD STEP: "Rupnnem", the latest tiatr from Prince
Jacob
will be released on 4 July at the Kala Academy, members of the Konkani
fraternity announced at a media meet on June 2. Jacob said, "Rupnnem" is
the
Konkani adaptation of the Marathi natak 'Sahi re Sahi' written by
playwright
Kedar Shinde. "The purpose of this exercise is to expose tiatr audience
to
scripts from other languages and will also help to enrich our tiatr
stage,"
he said. "Rupnnem" is the 36th production of Prince Jacob. (GT)

KMPL CHIEF HELD: The Economic Offences Cell of the CID-crime branch
arrested
the chairman and managing director of Kalpavriksha Marketing Private
Limited, Umesh Khade, for duping the Goan investors to the tune of
Rs.347
lakh so far. According to sources in the EOC, around 2,500 Goan
investors
have lodged complaints against the firm. (NT)

CYBERMATRIMONIALS: With a growing interest in the Cybermatrimonials
listing,
you have a chance to put forward your matrimonial listings more
frequently.
Send in a detailed listing (within 100 words) describing yourself and
the
type of person you're looking for, latest by June 5, to
fred at bytesforall.org
There's no charge to be listed in the Cybermatrimonials, a service from
Goanet.org

TO HOST PORTUGUESE, SPANIARDS: Goa is likely to receive charters from
new
markets like Austria, Iran, Sweden, Portugal and Spain or at least from
some
of them during the next tourist season beginning October-November,
according
to the Tourism Director N Suryanarayana. The government as well as the
trade
seem keen to cash in on the Exposition of the sacred relics of St
Francis
Xavier. Sources said that of the 3.2 lakh foreign tourist arrival in Goa
in
2003, Portuguese nationals were just 6,000. (H)

WOMAN MURDERED AT PILERNE: An 80-year-old woman, Inacia (?) D'Souza, was
strangulated to death at her house at Maikavaddo on June 2 night. She
lived
alone in the house. The police informed that the culprits entered the
house
by removing the roof tiles. After strangulating the woman using a rope,
the
culprits decamped with gold jewellery including two pairs of bangles,
two
pairs of finger rings and a chain. The victim's cousin, Filomena
D'Souza,
who resides at Valvaddo-Pilerne, lodged a police complaint and gave
details
of the missing jewellery. (NT)

PRIEST HURT IN ACCIDENT: Fr PO Almeida, parish priest of St Alex Church,
Calangute, was involved in a collision with a Scorpio four-wheeler at St
Anthony's Chapel at Gauravaddo-Calangute while proceeding from Candolim
to
Calangute on his motorcycle. The priest has been admitted to the GMC for
treatment. (NT)

NAVELIM MAN ATTEMPTS SUICIDE: Mr Joao Carlos Coutinho, a 65-year-old
man,
attempted suicide by setting himself on fire at his residence at
Telaulim on
June 2 morning. Her was rushed to the GMC with 80 per cent burn
injuries.
(NT)

GARDEN TURNED INTO PARKING SPACE: Amidst the swings and slides, the Aga
Khan
part at Margao Municipal garden is playing host to vehicles these days.
And
they aren't amusement or toy vehicles, but garbage trucks parked right
inside the park.The existing parking lot at the Old Market is presently
being utilized by vendors in view of the "Purumentachem fest" and
there's no
alternative site for parking of the fleet of Municipal vehicles. (H)

GOLF COURSES AT BETUL, ASHVEM? UK-based Professional Golfers'
Association
(PGA, Dc), a consultancy firm engaged by the State government, has
recommended Betul and Ashvem as sites for golf courses. The proposed
sites
are for 18-hole golf courses of international standard. (H)

MACAZANA SARPANCH, DY OUSTED: The Sarpanch of Macazana, Agnelo D'Costa
and
his deputy Fausta Quadros were on June 2 ousted from office in a
no-confidence motion. (H)

EAST AFRICAN GOAN CONVENTION: Over 300 participants attended the fourth
East
African Goan Convention held from 9 to 12 April at the secondary school
at
the Ngarenaro Parish. After the traditional eats, drinks and
entertainment,
the Convention discussed Sports, Culture, Welfare and Youth. It was
resolved
that the future conventions will have the following guidelines: Need for
Education to be discussed as it is important for today's progress in the
world and East African Welfare fund to be started; Sports competitions
to be
contested by mixing Goan members rather than between regions or
individual
communities; To make conventions easier and more affordable for
participants
to attend, with host Goan families providing accommodation; To obtain
funds
from any available source and not just from Goan members. (Ray Travas,
Chairman, Convention Committee, raytravas at bol.co.tz)

SEMINAR AT RIBANDAR: The National Council of Churches in India and
Orthodox
Nectar for Young Christian will be organizing a seminar on 'Role of
Christian Youth Organisations in Emerging India' at St Mary's Orthodox
Church, Ribandar from June 3 to June 6. (NT)

GOAN FOLK SONGS: Mr William Rodrigues, Goa's most popular and finest
one-man-hand and solo singer, has released his collection of Goan folk
songs
on CDs and cassettes. The album titled "60's and 70's Goan Boat Songs"
is a
compilation of 12 songs which include the Goan dekhni, mando, dulpods,
Portuguese and English medleys. Mr Rodrigues will also release the
collection in the Middle East and parts of Europe. He was the first
person
to start the concept of a one-man-band in Goa and has travelled to
Singapore, Thailand, Dubai and parts of Europe performing solo as well
as
with international musicians. (NT)

GLASS IS CLAUDE'S CANVASS: Claude Noronha, a resident of Neura, has
carved a
niche for himself in glass designing. From a range of works such as air
brushing, engraving, carving, etching, multi-texture etching, etc, one
can
notice his pieces in various places throughout Goa. (GT)

S P O R T S

GOA GO DOWN FIGHTING: Goa went down fighting to Punjab 2-3 in the
semi-finals of the 13th national junior U-21 football championship at
Bhagalpur, Bihar, yesterday. (GT)

FRANSA SWAMP DON BOSCO: Fransa Football Club swamped Don Bosco, Panaji,
7-0
in the Fransa GFA's U-16 inter-zonal football tournament at Nehru
Stadium,
Fatorda, yesterday. (GT)

BENNY XI IN FINALS: Fancied Benny XI, Mapusa, got the better of fighting
Adarsh Yuvak Sangh, Saligao, 3-1 via tie-breaker to storm into the
finals of
the Vasantrao V Dempo memorial football tournament, at Bicholim
yesterday.
(GT)

D E A T H S
23 May: Velim/UK: ANTONIO PLACIDO CAEIRO: (Born 5-10-1930) husband of
Elvira, father of Pierre/Bryony, Paul; grandfather of Amy;
brother/brother-in-law of Franklin/Teofila, Sarita/late Menino. Will be
interred in UK on June 4.
02 June: Vasco: JOAZINHO (JOHNNY) RODRIGUES: husband of Melicia,
father
of Baba Jalon.
02 June: Loutulim: CANDIDA FERNANDES: wife of late Inacio, mother of
Socorine/Antonio.
02 June: Chandor-Cavorim: OLIE D'CRUZ E SILVA: relict of late Jose,
mother of Joy/Silvia, Bevino (Spain); sister/sister-in-law of Bonfilio
D'
Cruz/late Ezalda, Bemvinda, Maria/Marcelino, sister-in-law of late
Condilac/Laura (Portugal), Lourdina/late Antonio (Portugal); aunt of Dr
Agnelo/Fatima (Zambia), Manjula (England), Feroze and Mark.

G O A W E A T H E R
Max Temp: 31.8 degC
Min Temp: 22.8 degC (yesterday)
Humidity: 86% (Yesterday)
Weather: An hour-long session of light rain but loud thunder kept
people
indoors yesterday evening in Goa. Grey clouds seen spread evenly across
the
sky this morning.

Courtesy: H=Herald; NT=The Navhind Times; GT=Gomantak Times;
WE=WeekEnder

JOEL D'SOUZA
Assagao-Goa-India.
lino dourado
2004-06-03 08:31:41 UTC
Permalink
Hello Seb bab,

Kazar zata kitem re??

Lino

Has there been a hit until now Fred? for your kind effort....... I mean did
anyone respond to say thanks, for meeting his/her life partner from goanet.

I would appreciate if He/She write a few words to say they got married,
meeting their spouse here.

Best wishes for those who got & those who are looking!

Seb





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GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
03 June 2004

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY
Zogoddttannam dant dakhovn hansta to munis mhaka boro lagta.
(I like a man who grins when he fights.) "domnic fernandes"
<jyodom at hotmail.com>

MONSERRATE HUMILIATED IN SA: The holiday of Town and Country Planning
Minister Atanasio (Babush) Monserrate and his family turned into a
nightmare, after a South African Airways official in South Africa allegedly
accused them of buying their passports. Monserrate, his wife Jennifer, Sons
Amit and Rohit and friend Anand Bose-A Vasco-based builder-allege they were
rudely refused access to a flight to Kenya at Johannesburg International
Airport on May 30. (H)

DOM MORAES PASSES AWAY: Poet extraordinaire and literary giant Dom Moraes
passed away in Mumbai on June 2 following a cardiac arrest. He was 66.
Family sources said Moraes passed away in his sleep at his Bandra residence
at about 3.30 pm. Born in Mumbai in 1938, he published his first book of
poems, "A Beginning", while just nineteen. The book later won the
Hawthornden prize. His cremation is scheduled for tomorrow at the Sewree
crematorium. (H)

GREENPEACE WANTS TO END "RIVER PRINCESS" SAGA: As the "River Princess"
completes four years of being 'berthed' at Sinquerim, international
environmental action group, Greenpeace, is preparing to throw its weight
behind the movement to remove the stranded ship with minimum damaged to the
surrounding environment. Speaking to GT via telephone from Bangalore,
Greenpeace activist Ramapati Kumar said that the Indian chapter of the group
was taking up the River Princess issue "on a priority basis".The River
Princess ran aground off Sinquerim during cyclonic weather on 12 June 2004.
(Reuven Proenca in GT)

INLAND WATER ROUTES TO PRIVATE OPERATORS: The Minister for River Navigation
and Inland Waterways, Mr Pandurang Madkaikar, said that the government would
be allowing the private transport operators to operate along various inland
river routes in the State. Mr Madkaikar said that the permission would be
granted with the objective to reduce the traffic pressure on the limited
roads, around Goa. There are large number of inland waterways in the State,
like from Panaji to Cumbarjua (and Dona Paula to Mormugao Harbour), which
could be adequately used by private transport operators for public transport
system, he said. (NT)

HOSPICIO GETS CT SCAN UNIT: The long felt need for a CT Scan at Hospicio
Hospital was fulfilled when Health Minister Dr Suresh Amonkar inaugurated
the high-tech machine on June 2. (GT)

PRIVATE PRACTICE BY GOVT DOCS: The crackdown on government doctors with
illegal private practices and quacks has begun, with the coming into force
of the Goa Medical Practitioners Act 2004. (H)

2 YEARS SERVICE A MUST: The government would soon bring a bill to make it
mandatory for post graduate and MBBS doctors to put two years of practice in
government hospitals. (H)

PRINCE JACOB TAKES BOLD STEP: "Rupnnem", the latest tiatr from Prince Jacob
will be released on 4 July at the Kala Academy, members of the Konkani
fraternity announced at a media meet on June 2. Jacob said, "Rupnnem" is the
Konkani adaptation of the Marathi natak 'Sahi re Sahi' written by playwright
Kedar Shinde. "The purpose of this exercise is to expose tiatr audience to
scripts from other languages and will also help to enrich our tiatr stage,"
he said. "Rupnnem" is the 36th production of Prince Jacob. (GT)

KMPL CHIEF HELD: The Economic Offences Cell of the CID-crime branch arrested
the chairman and managing director of Kalpavriksha Marketing Private
Limited, Umesh Khade, for duping the Goan investors to the tune of Rs.347
lakh so far. According to sources in the EOC, around 2,500 Goan investors
have lodged complaints against the firm. (NT)

CYBERMATRIMONIALS: With a growing interest in the Cybermatrimonials listing,
you have a chance to put forward your matrimonial listings more frequently.
Send in a detailed listing (within 100 words) describing yourself and the
type of person you're looking for, latest by June 5, to fred at bytesforall.org
There's no charge to be listed in the Cybermatrimonials, a service from
Goanet.org

TO HOST PORTUGUESE, SPANIARDS: Goa is likely to receive charters from new
markets like Austria, Iran, Sweden, Portugal and Spain or at least from some
of them during the next tourist season beginning October-November, according
to the Tourism Director N Suryanarayana. The government as well as the trade
seem keen to cash in on the Exposition of the sacred relics of St Francis
Xavier. Sources said that of the 3.2 lakh foreign tourist arrival in Goa in
2003, Portuguese nationals were just 6,000. (H)

WOMAN MURDERED AT PILERNE: An 80-year-old woman, Inacia (?) D'Souza, was
strangulated to death at her house at Maikavaddo on June 2 night. She lived
alone in the house. The police informed that the culprits entered the house
by removing the roof tiles. After strangulating the woman using a rope, the
culprits decamped with gold jewellery including two pairs of bangles, two
pairs of finger rings and a chain. The victim's cousin, Filomena D'Souza,
who resides at Valvaddo-Pilerne, lodged a police complaint and gave details
of the missing jewellery. (NT)

PRIEST HURT IN ACCIDENT: Fr PO Almeida, parish priest of St Alex Church,
Calangute, was involved in a collision with a Scorpio four-wheeler at St
Anthony's Chapel at Gauravaddo-Calangute while proceeding from Candolim to
Calangute on his motorcycle. The priest has been admitted to the GMC for
treatment. (NT)

NAVELIM MAN ATTEMPTS SUICIDE: Mr Joao Carlos Coutinho, a 65-year-old man,
attempted suicide by setting himself on fire at his residence at Telaulim on
June 2 morning. Her was rushed to the GMC with 80 per cent burn injuries.
(NT)

GARDEN TURNED INTO PARKING SPACE: Amidst the swings and slides, the Aga Khan
part at Margao Municipal garden is playing host to vehicles these days. And
they aren't amusement or toy vehicles, but garbage trucks parked right
inside the park.The existing parking lot at the Old Market is presently
being utilized by vendors in view of the "Purumentachem fest" and there's no
alternative site for parking of the fleet of Municipal vehicles. (H)

GOLF COURSES AT BETUL, ASHVEM? UK-based Professional Golfers' Association
(PGA, Dc), a consultancy firm engaged by the State government, has
recommended Betul and Ashvem as sites for golf courses. The proposed sites
are for 18-hole golf courses of international standard. (H)

MACAZANA SARPANCH, DY OUSTED: The Sarpanch of Macazana, Agnelo D'Costa and
his deputy Fausta Quadros were on June 2 ousted from office in a
no-confidence motion. (H)

EAST AFRICAN GOAN CONVENTION: Over 300 participants attended the fourth East
African Goan Convention held from 9 to 12 April at the secondary school at
the Ngarenaro Parish. After the traditional eats, drinks and entertainment,
the Convention discussed Sports, Culture, Welfare and Youth. It was resolved
that the future conventions will have the following guidelines: Need for
Education to be discussed as it is important for today's progress in the
world and East African Welfare fund to be started; Sports competitions to be
contested by mixing Goan members rather than between regions or individual
communities; To make conventions easier and more affordable for participants
to attend, with host Goan families providing accommodation; To obtain funds
from any available source and not just from Goan members. (Ray Travas,
Chairman, Convention Committee, raytravas at bol.co.tz)

SEMINAR AT RIBANDAR: The National Council of Churches in India and Orthodox
Nectar for Young Christian will be organizing a seminar on 'Role of
Christian Youth Organisations in Emerging India' at St Mary's Orthodox
Church, Ribandar from June 3 to June 6. (NT)

GOAN FOLK SONGS: Mr William Rodrigues, Goa's most popular and finest
one-man-hand and solo singer, has released his collection of Goan folk songs
on CDs and cassettes. The album titled "60's and 70's Goan Boat Songs" is a
compilation of 12 songs which include the Goan dekhni, mando, dulpods,
Portuguese and English medleys. Mr Rodrigues will also release the
collection in the Middle East and parts of Europe. He was the first person
to start the concept of a one-man-band in Goa and has travelled to
Singapore, Thailand, Dubai and parts of Europe performing solo as well as
with international musicians. (NT)

GLASS IS CLAUDE'S CANVASS: Claude Noronha, a resident of Neura, has carved a
niche for himself in glass designing. From a range of works such as air
brushing, engraving, carving, etching, multi-texture etching, etc, one can
notice his pieces in various places throughout Goa. (GT)

S P O R T S

GOA GO DOWN FIGHTING: Goa went down fighting to Punjab 2-3 in the
semi-finals of the 13th national junior U-21 football championship at
Bhagalpur, Bihar, yesterday. (GT)

FRANSA SWAMP DON BOSCO: Fransa Football Club swamped Don Bosco, Panaji, 7-0
in the Fransa GFA's U-16 inter-zonal football tournament at Nehru Stadium,
Fatorda, yesterday. (GT)

BENNY XI IN FINALS: Fancied Benny XI, Mapusa, got the better of fighting
Adarsh Yuvak Sangh, Saligao, 3-1 via tie-breaker to storm into the finals of
the Vasantrao V Dempo memorial football tournament, at Bicholim yesterday.
(GT)

D E A T H S
23 May: Velim/UK: ANTONIO PLACIDO CAEIRO: (Born 5-10-1930) husband of
Elvira, father of Pierre/Bryony, Paul; grandfather of Amy;
brother/brother-in-law of Franklin/Teofila, Sarita/late Menino. Will be
interred in UK on June 4.
02 June: Vasco: JOAZINHO (JOHNNY) RODRIGUES: husband of Melicia, father
of Baba Jalon.
02 June: Loutulim: CANDIDA FERNANDES: wife of late Inacio, mother of
Socorine/Antonio.
02 June: Chandor-Cavorim: OLIE D'CRUZ E SILVA: relict of late Jose,
mother of Joy/Silvia, Bevino (Spain); sister/sister-in-law of Bonfilio D'
Cruz/late Ezalda, Bemvinda, Maria/Marcelino, sister-in-law of late
Condilac/Laura (Portugal), Lourdina/late Antonio (Portugal); aunt of Dr
Agnelo/Fatima (Zambia), Manjula (England), Feroze and Mark.

G O A W E A T H E R
Max Temp: 31.8 degC
Min Temp: 22.8 degC (yesterday)
Humidity: 86% (Yesterday)
Weather: An hour-long session of light rain but loud thunder kept people
indoors yesterday evening in Goa. Grey clouds seen spread evenly across the
sky this morning.

Courtesy: H=Herald; NT=The Navhind Times; GT=Gomantak Times; WE=WeekEnder

JOEL D'SOUZA
Assagao-Goa-India.
Seb dc
2004-06-03 07:05:02 UTC
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| 03 June 2004
|
| CYBERMATRIMONIALS: With a growing interest in the Cybermatrimonials
listing,
| you have a chance to put forward your matrimonial listings more
frequently.
| Send in a detailed listing (within 100 words) describing yourself and the
| type of person you're looking for, latest by June 5, to
fred at bytesforall.org
| There's no charge to be listed in the Cybermatrimonials, a service from
| Goanet.org
|

****

Has there been a hit until now Fred? for your kind effort....... I mean did
anyone respond to say thanks, for meeting his/her life partner from goanet.

I would appreciate if He/She write a few words to say they got married,
meeting their spouse here.

Best wishes for those who got & those who are looking!

Seb
Evelyn Lopez
2004-06-03 08:29:28 UTC
Permalink
Hi ,

I would like to know where can I get this CD in Pune .
60's and 70's Goan Boat Songs

Thanks,

Eve.

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GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
03 June 2004

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY
Zogoddttannam dant dakhovn hansta to munis mhaka boro lagta.
(I like a man who grins when he fights.) "domnic fernandes"
<jyodom at hotmail.com>

MONSERRATE HUMILIATED IN SA: The holiday of Town and Country Planning
Minister Atanasio (Babush) Monserrate and his family turned into a
nightmare, after a South African Airways official in South Africa
allegedly
accused them of buying their passports. Monserrate, his wife Jennifer,
Sons
Amit and Rohit and friend Anand Bose-A Vasco-based builder-allege they
were
rudely refused access to a flight to Kenya at Johannesburg International
Airport on May 30. (H)

DOM MORAES PASSES AWAY: Poet extraordinaire and literary giant Dom
Moraes
passed away in Mumbai on June 2 following a cardiac arrest. He was 66.
Family sources said Moraes passed away in his sleep at his Bandra
residence
at about 3.30 pm. Born in Mumbai in 1938, he published his first book of
poems, "A Beginning", while just nineteen. The book later won the
Hawthornden prize. His cremation is scheduled for tomorrow at the Sewree
crematorium. (H)

GREENPEACE WANTS TO END "RIVER PRINCESS" SAGA: As the "River Princess"
completes four years of being 'berthed' at Sinquerim, international
environmental action group, Greenpeace, is preparing to throw its weight
behind the movement to remove the stranded ship with minimum damaged to
the
surrounding environment. Speaking to GT via telephone from Bangalore,
Greenpeace activist Ramapati Kumar said that the Indian chapter of the
group
was taking up the River Princess issue "on a priority basis".The River
Princess ran aground off Sinquerim during cyclonic weather on 12 June
2004.
(Reuven Proenca in GT)

INLAND WATER ROUTES TO PRIVATE OPERATORS: The Minister for River
Navigation
and Inland Waterways, Mr Pandurang Madkaikar, said that the government
would
be allowing the private transport operators to operate along various
inland
river routes in the State. Mr Madkaikar said that the permission would
be
granted with the objective to reduce the traffic pressure on the limited
roads, around Goa. There are large number of inland waterways in the
State,
like from Panaji to Cumbarjua (and Dona Paula to Mormugao Harbour),
which
could be adequately used by private transport operators for public
transport
system, he said. (NT)

HOSPICIO GETS CT SCAN UNIT: The long felt need for a CT Scan at Hospicio
Hospital was fulfilled when Health Minister Dr Suresh Amonkar
inaugurated
the high-tech machine on June 2. (GT)

PRIVATE PRACTICE BY GOVT DOCS: The crackdown on government doctors with
illegal private practices and quacks has begun, with the coming into
force
of the Goa Medical Practitioners Act 2004. (H)

2 YEARS SERVICE A MUST: The government would soon bring a bill to make
it
mandatory for post graduate and MBBS doctors to put two years of
practice in
government hospitals. (H)

PRINCE JACOB TAKES BOLD STEP: "Rupnnem", the latest tiatr from Prince
Jacob
will be released on 4 July at the Kala Academy, members of the Konkani
fraternity announced at a media meet on June 2. Jacob said, "Rupnnem" is
the
Konkani adaptation of the Marathi natak 'Sahi re Sahi' written by
playwright
Kedar Shinde. "The purpose of this exercise is to expose tiatr audience
to
scripts from other languages and will also help to enrich our tiatr
stage,"
he said. "Rupnnem" is the 36th production of Prince Jacob. (GT)

KMPL CHIEF HELD: The Economic Offences Cell of the CID-crime branch
arrested
the chairman and managing director of Kalpavriksha Marketing Private
Limited, Umesh Khade, for duping the Goan investors to the tune of
Rs.347
lakh so far. According to sources in the EOC, around 2,500 Goan
investors
have lodged complaints against the firm. (NT)

CYBERMATRIMONIALS: With a growing interest in the Cybermatrimonials
listing,
you have a chance to put forward your matrimonial listings more
frequently.
Send in a detailed listing (within 100 words) describing yourself and
the
type of person you're looking for, latest by June 5, to
fred at bytesforall.org
There's no charge to be listed in the Cybermatrimonials, a service from
Goanet.org

TO HOST PORTUGUESE, SPANIARDS: Goa is likely to receive charters from
new
markets like Austria, Iran, Sweden, Portugal and Spain or at least from
some
of them during the next tourist season beginning October-November,
according
to the Tourism Director N Suryanarayana. The government as well as the
trade
seem keen to cash in on the Exposition of the sacred relics of St
Francis
Xavier. Sources said that of the 3.2 lakh foreign tourist arrival in Goa
in
2003, Portuguese nationals were just 6,000. (H)

WOMAN MURDERED AT PILERNE: An 80-year-old woman, Inacia (?) D'Souza, was
strangulated to death at her house at Maikavaddo on June 2 night. She
lived
alone in the house. The police informed that the culprits entered the
house
by removing the roof tiles. After strangulating the woman using a rope,
the
culprits decamped with gold jewellery including two pairs of bangles,
two
pairs of finger rings and a chain. The victim's cousin, Filomena
D'Souza,
who resides at Valvaddo-Pilerne, lodged a police complaint and gave
details
of the missing jewellery. (NT)

PRIEST HURT IN ACCIDENT: Fr PO Almeida, parish priest of St Alex Church,
Calangute, was involved in a collision with a Scorpio four-wheeler at St
Anthony's Chapel at Gauravaddo-Calangute while proceeding from Candolim
to
Calangute on his motorcycle. The priest has been admitted to the GMC for
treatment. (NT)

NAVELIM MAN ATTEMPTS SUICIDE: Mr Joao Carlos Coutinho, a 65-year-old
man,
attempted suicide by setting himself on fire at his residence at
Telaulim on
June 2 morning. Her was rushed to the GMC with 80 per cent burn
injuries.
(NT)

GARDEN TURNED INTO PARKING SPACE: Amidst the swings and slides, the Aga
Khan
part at Margao Municipal garden is playing host to vehicles these days.
And
they aren't amusement or toy vehicles, but garbage trucks parked right
inside the park.The existing parking lot at the Old Market is presently
being utilized by vendors in view of the "Purumentachem fest" and
there's no
alternative site for parking of the fleet of Municipal vehicles. (H)

GOLF COURSES AT BETUL, ASHVEM? UK-based Professional Golfers'
Association
(PGA, Dc), a consultancy firm engaged by the State government, has
recommended Betul and Ashvem as sites for golf courses. The proposed
sites
are for 18-hole golf courses of international standard. (H)

MACAZANA SARPANCH, DY OUSTED: The Sarpanch of Macazana, Agnelo D'Costa
and
his deputy Fausta Quadros were on June 2 ousted from office in a
no-confidence motion. (H)

EAST AFRICAN GOAN CONVENTION: Over 300 participants attended the fourth
East
African Goan Convention held from 9 to 12 April at the secondary school
at
the Ngarenaro Parish. After the traditional eats, drinks and
entertainment,
the Convention discussed Sports, Culture, Welfare and Youth. It was
resolved
that the future conventions will have the following guidelines: Need for
Education to be discussed as it is important for today's progress in the
world and East African Welfare fund to be started; Sports competitions
to be
contested by mixing Goan members rather than between regions or
individual
communities; To make conventions easier and more affordable for
participants
to attend, with host Goan families providing accommodation; To obtain
funds
from any available source and not just from Goan members. (Ray Travas,
Chairman, Convention Committee, raytravas at bol.co.tz)

SEMINAR AT RIBANDAR: The National Council of Churches in India and
Orthodox
Nectar for Young Christian will be organizing a seminar on 'Role of
Christian Youth Organisations in Emerging India' at St Mary's Orthodox
Church, Ribandar from June 3 to June 6. (NT)

GOAN FOLK SONGS: Mr William Rodrigues, Goa's most popular and finest
one-man-hand and solo singer, has released his collection of Goan folk
songs
on CDs and cassettes. The album titled "60's and 70's Goan Boat Songs"
is a
compilation of 12 songs which include the Goan dekhni, mando, dulpods,
Portuguese and English medleys. Mr Rodrigues will also release the
collection in the Middle East and parts of Europe. He was the first
person
to start the concept of a one-man-band in Goa and has travelled to
Singapore, Thailand, Dubai and parts of Europe performing solo as well
as
with international musicians. (NT)

GLASS IS CLAUDE'S CANVASS: Claude Noronha, a resident of Neura, has
carved a
niche for himself in glass designing. From a range of works such as air
brushing, engraving, carving, etching, multi-texture etching, etc, one
can
notice his pieces in various places throughout Goa. (GT)

S P O R T S

GOA GO DOWN FIGHTING: Goa went down fighting to Punjab 2-3 in the
semi-finals of the 13th national junior U-21 football championship at
Bhagalpur, Bihar, yesterday. (GT)

FRANSA SWAMP DON BOSCO: Fransa Football Club swamped Don Bosco, Panaji,
7-0
in the Fransa GFA's U-16 inter-zonal football tournament at Nehru
Stadium,
Fatorda, yesterday. (GT)

BENNY XI IN FINALS: Fancied Benny XI, Mapusa, got the better of fighting
Adarsh Yuvak Sangh, Saligao, 3-1 via tie-breaker to storm into the
finals of
the Vasantrao V Dempo memorial football tournament, at Bicholim
yesterday.
(GT)

D E A T H S
23 May: Velim/UK: ANTONIO PLACIDO CAEIRO: (Born 5-10-1930) husband of
Elvira, father of Pierre/Bryony, Paul; grandfather of Amy;
brother/brother-in-law of Franklin/Teofila, Sarita/late Menino. Will be
interred in UK on June 4.
02 June: Vasco: JOAZINHO (JOHNNY) RODRIGUES: husband of Melicia,
father
of Baba Jalon.
02 June: Loutulim: CANDIDA FERNANDES: wife of late Inacio, mother of
Socorine/Antonio.
02 June: Chandor-Cavorim: OLIE D'CRUZ E SILVA: relict of late Jose,
mother of Joy/Silvia, Bevino (Spain); sister/sister-in-law of Bonfilio
D'
Cruz/late Ezalda, Bemvinda, Maria/Marcelino, sister-in-law of late
Condilac/Laura (Portugal), Lourdina/late Antonio (Portugal); aunt of Dr
Agnelo/Fatima (Zambia), Manjula (England), Feroze and Mark.

G O A W E A T H E R
Max Temp: 31.8 degC
Min Temp: 22.8 degC (yesterday)
Humidity: 86% (Yesterday)
Weather: An hour-long session of light rain but loud thunder kept
people
indoors yesterday evening in Goa. Grey clouds seen spread evenly across
the
sky this morning.

Courtesy: H=Herald; NT=The Navhind Times; GT=Gomantak Times;
WE=WeekEnder

JOEL D'SOUZA
Assagao-Goa-India.
lino dourado
2004-06-03 08:31:41 UTC
Permalink
Hello Seb bab,

Kazar zata kitem re??

Lino

Has there been a hit until now Fred? for your kind effort....... I mean did
anyone respond to say thanks, for meeting his/her life partner from goanet.

I would appreciate if He/She write a few words to say they got married,
meeting their spouse here.

Best wishes for those who got & those who are looking!

Seb





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GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
03 June 2004

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY
Zogoddttannam dant dakhovn hansta to munis mhaka boro lagta.
(I like a man who grins when he fights.) "domnic fernandes"
<jyodom at hotmail.com>

MONSERRATE HUMILIATED IN SA: The holiday of Town and Country Planning
Minister Atanasio (Babush) Monserrate and his family turned into a
nightmare, after a South African Airways official in South Africa allegedly
accused them of buying their passports. Monserrate, his wife Jennifer, Sons
Amit and Rohit and friend Anand Bose-A Vasco-based builder-allege they were
rudely refused access to a flight to Kenya at Johannesburg International
Airport on May 30. (H)

DOM MORAES PASSES AWAY: Poet extraordinaire and literary giant Dom Moraes
passed away in Mumbai on June 2 following a cardiac arrest. He was 66.
Family sources said Moraes passed away in his sleep at his Bandra residence
at about 3.30 pm. Born in Mumbai in 1938, he published his first book of
poems, "A Beginning", while just nineteen. The book later won the
Hawthornden prize. His cremation is scheduled for tomorrow at the Sewree
crematorium. (H)

GREENPEACE WANTS TO END "RIVER PRINCESS" SAGA: As the "River Princess"
completes four years of being 'berthed' at Sinquerim, international
environmental action group, Greenpeace, is preparing to throw its weight
behind the movement to remove the stranded ship with minimum damaged to the
surrounding environment. Speaking to GT via telephone from Bangalore,
Greenpeace activist Ramapati Kumar said that the Indian chapter of the group
was taking up the River Princess issue "on a priority basis".The River
Princess ran aground off Sinquerim during cyclonic weather on 12 June 2004.
(Reuven Proenca in GT)

INLAND WATER ROUTES TO PRIVATE OPERATORS: The Minister for River Navigation
and Inland Waterways, Mr Pandurang Madkaikar, said that the government would
be allowing the private transport operators to operate along various inland
river routes in the State. Mr Madkaikar said that the permission would be
granted with the objective to reduce the traffic pressure on the limited
roads, around Goa. There are large number of inland waterways in the State,
like from Panaji to Cumbarjua (and Dona Paula to Mormugao Harbour), which
could be adequately used by private transport operators for public transport
system, he said. (NT)

HOSPICIO GETS CT SCAN UNIT: The long felt need for a CT Scan at Hospicio
Hospital was fulfilled when Health Minister Dr Suresh Amonkar inaugurated
the high-tech machine on June 2. (GT)

PRIVATE PRACTICE BY GOVT DOCS: The crackdown on government doctors with
illegal private practices and quacks has begun, with the coming into force
of the Goa Medical Practitioners Act 2004. (H)

2 YEARS SERVICE A MUST: The government would soon bring a bill to make it
mandatory for post graduate and MBBS doctors to put two years of practice in
government hospitals. (H)

PRINCE JACOB TAKES BOLD STEP: "Rupnnem", the latest tiatr from Prince Jacob
will be released on 4 July at the Kala Academy, members of the Konkani
fraternity announced at a media meet on June 2. Jacob said, "Rupnnem" is the
Konkani adaptation of the Marathi natak 'Sahi re Sahi' written by playwright
Kedar Shinde. "The purpose of this exercise is to expose tiatr audience to
scripts from other languages and will also help to enrich our tiatr stage,"
he said. "Rupnnem" is the 36th production of Prince Jacob. (GT)

KMPL CHIEF HELD: The Economic Offences Cell of the CID-crime branch arrested
the chairman and managing director of Kalpavriksha Marketing Private
Limited, Umesh Khade, for duping the Goan investors to the tune of Rs.347
lakh so far. According to sources in the EOC, around 2,500 Goan investors
have lodged complaints against the firm. (NT)

CYBERMATRIMONIALS: With a growing interest in the Cybermatrimonials listing,
you have a chance to put forward your matrimonial listings more frequently.
Send in a detailed listing (within 100 words) describing yourself and the
type of person you're looking for, latest by June 5, to fred at bytesforall.org
There's no charge to be listed in the Cybermatrimonials, a service from
Goanet.org

TO HOST PORTUGUESE, SPANIARDS: Goa is likely to receive charters from new
markets like Austria, Iran, Sweden, Portugal and Spain or at least from some
of them during the next tourist season beginning October-November, according
to the Tourism Director N Suryanarayana. The government as well as the trade
seem keen to cash in on the Exposition of the sacred relics of St Francis
Xavier. Sources said that of the 3.2 lakh foreign tourist arrival in Goa in
2003, Portuguese nationals were just 6,000. (H)

WOMAN MURDERED AT PILERNE: An 80-year-old woman, Inacia (?) D'Souza, was
strangulated to death at her house at Maikavaddo on June 2 night. She lived
alone in the house. The police informed that the culprits entered the house
by removing the roof tiles. After strangulating the woman using a rope, the
culprits decamped with gold jewellery including two pairs of bangles, two
pairs of finger rings and a chain. The victim's cousin, Filomena D'Souza,
who resides at Valvaddo-Pilerne, lodged a police complaint and gave details
of the missing jewellery. (NT)

PRIEST HURT IN ACCIDENT: Fr PO Almeida, parish priest of St Alex Church,
Calangute, was involved in a collision with a Scorpio four-wheeler at St
Anthony's Chapel at Gauravaddo-Calangute while proceeding from Candolim to
Calangute on his motorcycle. The priest has been admitted to the GMC for
treatment. (NT)

NAVELIM MAN ATTEMPTS SUICIDE: Mr Joao Carlos Coutinho, a 65-year-old man,
attempted suicide by setting himself on fire at his residence at Telaulim on
June 2 morning. Her was rushed to the GMC with 80 per cent burn injuries.
(NT)

GARDEN TURNED INTO PARKING SPACE: Amidst the swings and slides, the Aga Khan
part at Margao Municipal garden is playing host to vehicles these days. And
they aren't amusement or toy vehicles, but garbage trucks parked right
inside the park.The existing parking lot at the Old Market is presently
being utilized by vendors in view of the "Purumentachem fest" and there's no
alternative site for parking of the fleet of Municipal vehicles. (H)

GOLF COURSES AT BETUL, ASHVEM? UK-based Professional Golfers' Association
(PGA, Dc), a consultancy firm engaged by the State government, has
recommended Betul and Ashvem as sites for golf courses. The proposed sites
are for 18-hole golf courses of international standard. (H)

MACAZANA SARPANCH, DY OUSTED: The Sarpanch of Macazana, Agnelo D'Costa and
his deputy Fausta Quadros were on June 2 ousted from office in a
no-confidence motion. (H)

EAST AFRICAN GOAN CONVENTION: Over 300 participants attended the fourth East
African Goan Convention held from 9 to 12 April at the secondary school at
the Ngarenaro Parish. After the traditional eats, drinks and entertainment,
the Convention discussed Sports, Culture, Welfare and Youth. It was resolved
that the future conventions will have the following guidelines: Need for
Education to be discussed as it is important for today's progress in the
world and East African Welfare fund to be started; Sports competitions to be
contested by mixing Goan members rather than between regions or individual
communities; To make conventions easier and more affordable for participants
to attend, with host Goan families providing accommodation; To obtain funds
from any available source and not just from Goan members. (Ray Travas,
Chairman, Convention Committee, raytravas at bol.co.tz)

SEMINAR AT RIBANDAR: The National Council of Churches in India and Orthodox
Nectar for Young Christian will be organizing a seminar on 'Role of
Christian Youth Organisations in Emerging India' at St Mary's Orthodox
Church, Ribandar from June 3 to June 6. (NT)

GOAN FOLK SONGS: Mr William Rodrigues, Goa's most popular and finest
one-man-hand and solo singer, has released his collection of Goan folk songs
on CDs and cassettes. The album titled "60's and 70's Goan Boat Songs" is a
compilation of 12 songs which include the Goan dekhni, mando, dulpods,
Portuguese and English medleys. Mr Rodrigues will also release the
collection in the Middle East and parts of Europe. He was the first person
to start the concept of a one-man-band in Goa and has travelled to
Singapore, Thailand, Dubai and parts of Europe performing solo as well as
with international musicians. (NT)

GLASS IS CLAUDE'S CANVASS: Claude Noronha, a resident of Neura, has carved a
niche for himself in glass designing. From a range of works such as air
brushing, engraving, carving, etching, multi-texture etching, etc, one can
notice his pieces in various places throughout Goa. (GT)

S P O R T S

GOA GO DOWN FIGHTING: Goa went down fighting to Punjab 2-3 in the
semi-finals of the 13th national junior U-21 football championship at
Bhagalpur, Bihar, yesterday. (GT)

FRANSA SWAMP DON BOSCO: Fransa Football Club swamped Don Bosco, Panaji, 7-0
in the Fransa GFA's U-16 inter-zonal football tournament at Nehru Stadium,
Fatorda, yesterday. (GT)

BENNY XI IN FINALS: Fancied Benny XI, Mapusa, got the better of fighting
Adarsh Yuvak Sangh, Saligao, 3-1 via tie-breaker to storm into the finals of
the Vasantrao V Dempo memorial football tournament, at Bicholim yesterday.
(GT)

D E A T H S
23 May: Velim/UK: ANTONIO PLACIDO CAEIRO: (Born 5-10-1930) husband of
Elvira, father of Pierre/Bryony, Paul; grandfather of Amy;
brother/brother-in-law of Franklin/Teofila, Sarita/late Menino. Will be
interred in UK on June 4.
02 June: Vasco: JOAZINHO (JOHNNY) RODRIGUES: husband of Melicia, father
of Baba Jalon.
02 June: Loutulim: CANDIDA FERNANDES: wife of late Inacio, mother of
Socorine/Antonio.
02 June: Chandor-Cavorim: OLIE D'CRUZ E SILVA: relict of late Jose,
mother of Joy/Silvia, Bevino (Spain); sister/sister-in-law of Bonfilio D'
Cruz/late Ezalda, Bemvinda, Maria/Marcelino, sister-in-law of late
Condilac/Laura (Portugal), Lourdina/late Antonio (Portugal); aunt of Dr
Agnelo/Fatima (Zambia), Manjula (England), Feroze and Mark.

G O A W E A T H E R
Max Temp: 31.8 degC
Min Temp: 22.8 degC (yesterday)
Humidity: 86% (Yesterday)
Weather: An hour-long session of light rain but loud thunder kept people
indoors yesterday evening in Goa. Grey clouds seen spread evenly across the
sky this morning.

Courtesy: H=Herald; NT=The Navhind Times; GT=Gomantak Times; WE=WeekEnder

JOEL D'SOUZA
Assagao-Goa-India.
Seb dc
2004-06-03 07:05:02 UTC
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Has there been a hit until now Fred? for your kind effort....... I mean did
anyone respond to say thanks, for meeting his/her life partner from goanet.

I would appreciate if He/She write a few words to say they got married,
meeting their spouse here.

Best wishes for those who got & those who are looking!

Seb
Evelyn Lopez
2004-06-03 08:29:28 UTC
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Hi ,

I would like to know where can I get this CD in Pune .
60's and 70's Goan Boat Songs

Thanks,

Eve.

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GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
03 June 2004

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY
Zogoddttannam dant dakhovn hansta to munis mhaka boro lagta.
(I like a man who grins when he fights.) "domnic fernandes"
<jyodom at hotmail.com>

MONSERRATE HUMILIATED IN SA: The holiday of Town and Country Planning
Minister Atanasio (Babush) Monserrate and his family turned into a
nightmare, after a South African Airways official in South Africa
allegedly
accused them of buying their passports. Monserrate, his wife Jennifer,
Sons
Amit and Rohit and friend Anand Bose-A Vasco-based builder-allege they
were
rudely refused access to a flight to Kenya at Johannesburg International
Airport on May 30. (H)

DOM MORAES PASSES AWAY: Poet extraordinaire and literary giant Dom
Moraes
passed away in Mumbai on June 2 following a cardiac arrest. He was 66.
Family sources said Moraes passed away in his sleep at his Bandra
residence
at about 3.30 pm. Born in Mumbai in 1938, he published his first book of
poems, "A Beginning", while just nineteen. The book later won the
Hawthornden prize. His cremation is scheduled for tomorrow at the Sewree
crematorium. (H)

GREENPEACE WANTS TO END "RIVER PRINCESS" SAGA: As the "River Princess"
completes four years of being 'berthed' at Sinquerim, international
environmental action group, Greenpeace, is preparing to throw its weight
behind the movement to remove the stranded ship with minimum damaged to
the
surrounding environment. Speaking to GT via telephone from Bangalore,
Greenpeace activist Ramapati Kumar said that the Indian chapter of the
group
was taking up the River Princess issue "on a priority basis".The River
Princess ran aground off Sinquerim during cyclonic weather on 12 June
2004.
(Reuven Proenca in GT)

INLAND WATER ROUTES TO PRIVATE OPERATORS: The Minister for River
Navigation
and Inland Waterways, Mr Pandurang Madkaikar, said that the government
would
be allowing the private transport operators to operate along various
inland
river routes in the State. Mr Madkaikar said that the permission would
be
granted with the objective to reduce the traffic pressure on the limited
roads, around Goa. There are large number of inland waterways in the
State,
like from Panaji to Cumbarjua (and Dona Paula to Mormugao Harbour),
which
could be adequately used by private transport operators for public
transport
system, he said. (NT)

HOSPICIO GETS CT SCAN UNIT: The long felt need for a CT Scan at Hospicio
Hospital was fulfilled when Health Minister Dr Suresh Amonkar
inaugurated
the high-tech machine on June 2. (GT)

PRIVATE PRACTICE BY GOVT DOCS: The crackdown on government doctors with
illegal private practices and quacks has begun, with the coming into
force
of the Goa Medical Practitioners Act 2004. (H)

2 YEARS SERVICE A MUST: The government would soon bring a bill to make
it
mandatory for post graduate and MBBS doctors to put two years of
practice in
government hospitals. (H)

PRINCE JACOB TAKES BOLD STEP: "Rupnnem", the latest tiatr from Prince
Jacob
will be released on 4 July at the Kala Academy, members of the Konkani
fraternity announced at a media meet on June 2. Jacob said, "Rupnnem" is
the
Konkani adaptation of the Marathi natak 'Sahi re Sahi' written by
playwright
Kedar Shinde. "The purpose of this exercise is to expose tiatr audience
to
scripts from other languages and will also help to enrich our tiatr
stage,"
he said. "Rupnnem" is the 36th production of Prince Jacob. (GT)

KMPL CHIEF HELD: The Economic Offences Cell of the CID-crime branch
arrested
the chairman and managing director of Kalpavriksha Marketing Private
Limited, Umesh Khade, for duping the Goan investors to the tune of
Rs.347
lakh so far. According to sources in the EOC, around 2,500 Goan
investors
have lodged complaints against the firm. (NT)

CYBERMATRIMONIALS: With a growing interest in the Cybermatrimonials
listing,
you have a chance to put forward your matrimonial listings more
frequently.
Send in a detailed listing (within 100 words) describing yourself and
the
type of person you're looking for, latest by June 5, to
fred at bytesforall.org
There's no charge to be listed in the Cybermatrimonials, a service from
Goanet.org

TO HOST PORTUGUESE, SPANIARDS: Goa is likely to receive charters from
new
markets like Austria, Iran, Sweden, Portugal and Spain or at least from
some
of them during the next tourist season beginning October-November,
according
to the Tourism Director N Suryanarayana. The government as well as the
trade
seem keen to cash in on the Exposition of the sacred relics of St
Francis
Xavier. Sources said that of the 3.2 lakh foreign tourist arrival in Goa
in
2003, Portuguese nationals were just 6,000. (H)

WOMAN MURDERED AT PILERNE: An 80-year-old woman, Inacia (?) D'Souza, was
strangulated to death at her house at Maikavaddo on June 2 night. She
lived
alone in the house. The police informed that the culprits entered the
house
by removing the roof tiles. After strangulating the woman using a rope,
the
culprits decamped with gold jewellery including two pairs of bangles,
two
pairs of finger rings and a chain. The victim's cousin, Filomena
D'Souza,
who resides at Valvaddo-Pilerne, lodged a police complaint and gave
details
of the missing jewellery. (NT)

PRIEST HURT IN ACCIDENT: Fr PO Almeida, parish priest of St Alex Church,
Calangute, was involved in a collision with a Scorpio four-wheeler at St
Anthony's Chapel at Gauravaddo-Calangute while proceeding from Candolim
to
Calangute on his motorcycle. The priest has been admitted to the GMC for
treatment. (NT)

NAVELIM MAN ATTEMPTS SUICIDE: Mr Joao Carlos Coutinho, a 65-year-old
man,
attempted suicide by setting himself on fire at his residence at
Telaulim on
June 2 morning. Her was rushed to the GMC with 80 per cent burn
injuries.
(NT)

GARDEN TURNED INTO PARKING SPACE: Amidst the swings and slides, the Aga
Khan
part at Margao Municipal garden is playing host to vehicles these days.
And
they aren't amusement or toy vehicles, but garbage trucks parked right
inside the park.The existing parking lot at the Old Market is presently
being utilized by vendors in view of the "Purumentachem fest" and
there's no
alternative site for parking of the fleet of Municipal vehicles. (H)

GOLF COURSES AT BETUL, ASHVEM? UK-based Professional Golfers'
Association
(PGA, Dc), a consultancy firm engaged by the State government, has
recommended Betul and Ashvem as sites for golf courses. The proposed
sites
are for 18-hole golf courses of international standard. (H)

MACAZANA SARPANCH, DY OUSTED: The Sarpanch of Macazana, Agnelo D'Costa
and
his deputy Fausta Quadros were on June 2 ousted from office in a
no-confidence motion. (H)

EAST AFRICAN GOAN CONVENTION: Over 300 participants attended the fourth
East
African Goan Convention held from 9 to 12 April at the secondary school
at
the Ngarenaro Parish. After the traditional eats, drinks and
entertainment,
the Convention discussed Sports, Culture, Welfare and Youth. It was
resolved
that the future conventions will have the following guidelines: Need for
Education to be discussed as it is important for today's progress in the
world and East African Welfare fund to be started; Sports competitions
to be
contested by mixing Goan members rather than between regions or
individual
communities; To make conventions easier and more affordable for
participants
to attend, with host Goan families providing accommodation; To obtain
funds
from any available source and not just from Goan members. (Ray Travas,
Chairman, Convention Committee, raytravas at bol.co.tz)

SEMINAR AT RIBANDAR: The National Council of Churches in India and
Orthodox
Nectar for Young Christian will be organizing a seminar on 'Role of
Christian Youth Organisations in Emerging India' at St Mary's Orthodox
Church, Ribandar from June 3 to June 6. (NT)

GOAN FOLK SONGS: Mr William Rodrigues, Goa's most popular and finest
one-man-hand and solo singer, has released his collection of Goan folk
songs
on CDs and cassettes. The album titled "60's and 70's Goan Boat Songs"
is a
compilation of 12 songs which include the Goan dekhni, mando, dulpods,
Portuguese and English medleys. Mr Rodrigues will also release the
collection in the Middle East and parts of Europe. He was the first
person
to start the concept of a one-man-band in Goa and has travelled to
Singapore, Thailand, Dubai and parts of Europe performing solo as well
as
with international musicians. (NT)

GLASS IS CLAUDE'S CANVASS: Claude Noronha, a resident of Neura, has
carved a
niche for himself in glass designing. From a range of works such as air
brushing, engraving, carving, etching, multi-texture etching, etc, one
can
notice his pieces in various places throughout Goa. (GT)

S P O R T S

GOA GO DOWN FIGHTING: Goa went down fighting to Punjab 2-3 in the
semi-finals of the 13th national junior U-21 football championship at
Bhagalpur, Bihar, yesterday. (GT)

FRANSA SWAMP DON BOSCO: Fransa Football Club swamped Don Bosco, Panaji,
7-0
in the Fransa GFA's U-16 inter-zonal football tournament at Nehru
Stadium,
Fatorda, yesterday. (GT)

BENNY XI IN FINALS: Fancied Benny XI, Mapusa, got the better of fighting
Adarsh Yuvak Sangh, Saligao, 3-1 via tie-breaker to storm into the
finals of
the Vasantrao V Dempo memorial football tournament, at Bicholim
yesterday.
(GT)

D E A T H S
23 May: Velim/UK: ANTONIO PLACIDO CAEIRO: (Born 5-10-1930) husband of
Elvira, father of Pierre/Bryony, Paul; grandfather of Amy;
brother/brother-in-law of Franklin/Teofila, Sarita/late Menino. Will be
interred in UK on June 4.
02 June: Vasco: JOAZINHO (JOHNNY) RODRIGUES: husband of Melicia,
father
of Baba Jalon.
02 June: Loutulim: CANDIDA FERNANDES: wife of late Inacio, mother of
Socorine/Antonio.
02 June: Chandor-Cavorim: OLIE D'CRUZ E SILVA: relict of late Jose,
mother of Joy/Silvia, Bevino (Spain); sister/sister-in-law of Bonfilio
D'
Cruz/late Ezalda, Bemvinda, Maria/Marcelino, sister-in-law of late
Condilac/Laura (Portugal), Lourdina/late Antonio (Portugal); aunt of Dr
Agnelo/Fatima (Zambia), Manjula (England), Feroze and Mark.

G O A W E A T H E R
Max Temp: 31.8 degC
Min Temp: 22.8 degC (yesterday)
Humidity: 86% (Yesterday)
Weather: An hour-long session of light rain but loud thunder kept
people
indoors yesterday evening in Goa. Grey clouds seen spread evenly across
the
sky this morning.

Courtesy: H=Herald; NT=The Navhind Times; GT=Gomantak Times;
WE=WeekEnder

JOEL D'SOUZA
Assagao-Goa-India.
lino dourado
2004-06-03 08:31:41 UTC
Permalink
Hello Seb bab,

Kazar zata kitem re??

Lino

Has there been a hit until now Fred? for your kind effort....... I mean did
anyone respond to say thanks, for meeting his/her life partner from goanet.

I would appreciate if He/She write a few words to say they got married,
meeting their spouse here.

Best wishes for those who got & those who are looking!

Seb





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GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
03 June 2004

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY
Zogoddttannam dant dakhovn hansta to munis mhaka boro lagta.
(I like a man who grins when he fights.) "domnic fernandes"
<jyodom at hotmail.com>

MONSERRATE HUMILIATED IN SA: The holiday of Town and Country Planning
Minister Atanasio (Babush) Monserrate and his family turned into a
nightmare, after a South African Airways official in South Africa allegedly
accused them of buying their passports. Monserrate, his wife Jennifer, Sons
Amit and Rohit and friend Anand Bose-A Vasco-based builder-allege they were
rudely refused access to a flight to Kenya at Johannesburg International
Airport on May 30. (H)

DOM MORAES PASSES AWAY: Poet extraordinaire and literary giant Dom Moraes
passed away in Mumbai on June 2 following a cardiac arrest. He was 66.
Family sources said Moraes passed away in his sleep at his Bandra residence
at about 3.30 pm. Born in Mumbai in 1938, he published his first book of
poems, "A Beginning", while just nineteen. The book later won the
Hawthornden prize. His cremation is scheduled for tomorrow at the Sewree
crematorium. (H)

GREENPEACE WANTS TO END "RIVER PRINCESS" SAGA: As the "River Princess"
completes four years of being 'berthed' at Sinquerim, international
environmental action group, Greenpeace, is preparing to throw its weight
behind the movement to remove the stranded ship with minimum damaged to the
surrounding environment. Speaking to GT via telephone from Bangalore,
Greenpeace activist Ramapati Kumar said that the Indian chapter of the group
was taking up the River Princess issue "on a priority basis".The River
Princess ran aground off Sinquerim during cyclonic weather on 12 June 2004.
(Reuven Proenca in GT)

INLAND WATER ROUTES TO PRIVATE OPERATORS: The Minister for River Navigation
and Inland Waterways, Mr Pandurang Madkaikar, said that the government would
be allowing the private transport operators to operate along various inland
river routes in the State. Mr Madkaikar said that the permission would be
granted with the objective to reduce the traffic pressure on the limited
roads, around Goa. There are large number of inland waterways in the State,
like from Panaji to Cumbarjua (and Dona Paula to Mormugao Harbour), which
could be adequately used by private transport operators for public transport
system, he said. (NT)

HOSPICIO GETS CT SCAN UNIT: The long felt need for a CT Scan at Hospicio
Hospital was fulfilled when Health Minister Dr Suresh Amonkar inaugurated
the high-tech machine on June 2. (GT)

PRIVATE PRACTICE BY GOVT DOCS: The crackdown on government doctors with
illegal private practices and quacks has begun, with the coming into force
of the Goa Medical Practitioners Act 2004. (H)

2 YEARS SERVICE A MUST: The government would soon bring a bill to make it
mandatory for post graduate and MBBS doctors to put two years of practice in
government hospitals. (H)

PRINCE JACOB TAKES BOLD STEP: "Rupnnem", the latest tiatr from Prince Jacob
will be released on 4 July at the Kala Academy, members of the Konkani
fraternity announced at a media meet on June 2. Jacob said, "Rupnnem" is the
Konkani adaptation of the Marathi natak 'Sahi re Sahi' written by playwright
Kedar Shinde. "The purpose of this exercise is to expose tiatr audience to
scripts from other languages and will also help to enrich our tiatr stage,"
he said. "Rupnnem" is the 36th production of Prince Jacob. (GT)

KMPL CHIEF HELD: The Economic Offences Cell of the CID-crime branch arrested
the chairman and managing director of Kalpavriksha Marketing Private
Limited, Umesh Khade, for duping the Goan investors to the tune of Rs.347
lakh so far. According to sources in the EOC, around 2,500 Goan investors
have lodged complaints against the firm. (NT)

CYBERMATRIMONIALS: With a growing interest in the Cybermatrimonials listing,
you have a chance to put forward your matrimonial listings more frequently.
Send in a detailed listing (within 100 words) describing yourself and the
type of person you're looking for, latest by June 5, to fred at bytesforall.org
There's no charge to be listed in the Cybermatrimonials, a service from
Goanet.org

TO HOST PORTUGUESE, SPANIARDS: Goa is likely to receive charters from new
markets like Austria, Iran, Sweden, Portugal and Spain or at least from some
of them during the next tourist season beginning October-November, according
to the Tourism Director N Suryanarayana. The government as well as the trade
seem keen to cash in on the Exposition of the sacred relics of St Francis
Xavier. Sources said that of the 3.2 lakh foreign tourist arrival in Goa in
2003, Portuguese nationals were just 6,000. (H)

WOMAN MURDERED AT PILERNE: An 80-year-old woman, Inacia (?) D'Souza, was
strangulated to death at her house at Maikavaddo on June 2 night. She lived
alone in the house. The police informed that the culprits entered the house
by removing the roof tiles. After strangulating the woman using a rope, the
culprits decamped with gold jewellery including two pairs of bangles, two
pairs of finger rings and a chain. The victim's cousin, Filomena D'Souza,
who resides at Valvaddo-Pilerne, lodged a police complaint and gave details
of the missing jewellery. (NT)

PRIEST HURT IN ACCIDENT: Fr PO Almeida, parish priest of St Alex Church,
Calangute, was involved in a collision with a Scorpio four-wheeler at St
Anthony's Chapel at Gauravaddo-Calangute while proceeding from Candolim to
Calangute on his motorcycle. The priest has been admitted to the GMC for
treatment. (NT)

NAVELIM MAN ATTEMPTS SUICIDE: Mr Joao Carlos Coutinho, a 65-year-old man,
attempted suicide by setting himself on fire at his residence at Telaulim on
June 2 morning. Her was rushed to the GMC with 80 per cent burn injuries.
(NT)

GARDEN TURNED INTO PARKING SPACE: Amidst the swings and slides, the Aga Khan
part at Margao Municipal garden is playing host to vehicles these days. And
they aren't amusement or toy vehicles, but garbage trucks parked right
inside the park.The existing parking lot at the Old Market is presently
being utilized by vendors in view of the "Purumentachem fest" and there's no
alternative site for parking of the fleet of Municipal vehicles. (H)

GOLF COURSES AT BETUL, ASHVEM? UK-based Professional Golfers' Association
(PGA, Dc), a consultancy firm engaged by the State government, has
recommended Betul and Ashvem as sites for golf courses. The proposed sites
are for 18-hole golf courses of international standard. (H)

MACAZANA SARPANCH, DY OUSTED: The Sarpanch of Macazana, Agnelo D'Costa and
his deputy Fausta Quadros were on June 2 ousted from office in a
no-confidence motion. (H)

EAST AFRICAN GOAN CONVENTION: Over 300 participants attended the fourth East
African Goan Convention held from 9 to 12 April at the secondary school at
the Ngarenaro Parish. After the traditional eats, drinks and entertainment,
the Convention discussed Sports, Culture, Welfare and Youth. It was resolved
that the future conventions will have the following guidelines: Need for
Education to be discussed as it is important for today's progress in the
world and East African Welfare fund to be started; Sports competitions to be
contested by mixing Goan members rather than between regions or individual
communities; To make conventions easier and more affordable for participants
to attend, with host Goan families providing accommodation; To obtain funds
from any available source and not just from Goan members. (Ray Travas,
Chairman, Convention Committee, raytravas at bol.co.tz)

SEMINAR AT RIBANDAR: The National Council of Churches in India and Orthodox
Nectar for Young Christian will be organizing a seminar on 'Role of
Christian Youth Organisations in Emerging India' at St Mary's Orthodox
Church, Ribandar from June 3 to June 6. (NT)

GOAN FOLK SONGS: Mr William Rodrigues, Goa's most popular and finest
one-man-hand and solo singer, has released his collection of Goan folk songs
on CDs and cassettes. The album titled "60's and 70's Goan Boat Songs" is a
compilation of 12 songs which include the Goan dekhni, mando, dulpods,
Portuguese and English medleys. Mr Rodrigues will also release the
collection in the Middle East and parts of Europe. He was the first person
to start the concept of a one-man-band in Goa and has travelled to
Singapore, Thailand, Dubai and parts of Europe performing solo as well as
with international musicians. (NT)

GLASS IS CLAUDE'S CANVASS: Claude Noronha, a resident of Neura, has carved a
niche for himself in glass designing. From a range of works such as air
brushing, engraving, carving, etching, multi-texture etching, etc, one can
notice his pieces in various places throughout Goa. (GT)

S P O R T S

GOA GO DOWN FIGHTING: Goa went down fighting to Punjab 2-3 in the
semi-finals of the 13th national junior U-21 football championship at
Bhagalpur, Bihar, yesterday. (GT)

FRANSA SWAMP DON BOSCO: Fransa Football Club swamped Don Bosco, Panaji, 7-0
in the Fransa GFA's U-16 inter-zonal football tournament at Nehru Stadium,
Fatorda, yesterday. (GT)

BENNY XI IN FINALS: Fancied Benny XI, Mapusa, got the better of fighting
Adarsh Yuvak Sangh, Saligao, 3-1 via tie-breaker to storm into the finals of
the Vasantrao V Dempo memorial football tournament, at Bicholim yesterday.
(GT)

D E A T H S
23 May: Velim/UK: ANTONIO PLACIDO CAEIRO: (Born 5-10-1930) husband of
Elvira, father of Pierre/Bryony, Paul; grandfather of Amy;
brother/brother-in-law of Franklin/Teofila, Sarita/late Menino. Will be
interred in UK on June 4.
02 June: Vasco: JOAZINHO (JOHNNY) RODRIGUES: husband of Melicia, father
of Baba Jalon.
02 June: Loutulim: CANDIDA FERNANDES: wife of late Inacio, mother of
Socorine/Antonio.
02 June: Chandor-Cavorim: OLIE D'CRUZ E SILVA: relict of late Jose,
mother of Joy/Silvia, Bevino (Spain); sister/sister-in-law of Bonfilio D'
Cruz/late Ezalda, Bemvinda, Maria/Marcelino, sister-in-law of late
Condilac/Laura (Portugal), Lourdina/late Antonio (Portugal); aunt of Dr
Agnelo/Fatima (Zambia), Manjula (England), Feroze and Mark.

G O A W E A T H E R
Max Temp: 31.8 degC
Min Temp: 22.8 degC (yesterday)
Humidity: 86% (Yesterday)
Weather: An hour-long session of light rain but loud thunder kept people
indoors yesterday evening in Goa. Grey clouds seen spread evenly across the
sky this morning.

Courtesy: H=Herald; NT=The Navhind Times; GT=Gomantak Times; WE=WeekEnder

JOEL D'SOUZA
Assagao-Goa-India.
Seb dc
2004-06-03 07:05:02 UTC
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| 03 June 2004
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Has there been a hit until now Fred? for your kind effort....... I mean did
anyone respond to say thanks, for meeting his/her life partner from goanet.

I would appreciate if He/She write a few words to say they got married,
meeting their spouse here.

Best wishes for those who got & those who are looking!

Seb
Evelyn Lopez
2004-06-03 08:29:28 UTC
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Hi ,

I would like to know where can I get this CD in Pune .
60's and 70's Goan Boat Songs

Thanks,

Eve.

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03 June 2004

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY
Zogoddttannam dant dakhovn hansta to munis mhaka boro lagta.
(I like a man who grins when he fights.) "domnic fernandes"
<jyodom at hotmail.com>

MONSERRATE HUMILIATED IN SA: The holiday of Town and Country Planning
Minister Atanasio (Babush) Monserrate and his family turned into a
nightmare, after a South African Airways official in South Africa
allegedly
accused them of buying their passports. Monserrate, his wife Jennifer,
Sons
Amit and Rohit and friend Anand Bose-A Vasco-based builder-allege they
were
rudely refused access to a flight to Kenya at Johannesburg International
Airport on May 30. (H)

DOM MORAES PASSES AWAY: Poet extraordinaire and literary giant Dom
Moraes
passed away in Mumbai on June 2 following a cardiac arrest. He was 66.
Family sources said Moraes passed away in his sleep at his Bandra
residence
at about 3.30 pm. Born in Mumbai in 1938, he published his first book of
poems, "A Beginning", while just nineteen. The book later won the
Hawthornden prize. His cremation is scheduled for tomorrow at the Sewree
crematorium. (H)

GREENPEACE WANTS TO END "RIVER PRINCESS" SAGA: As the "River Princess"
completes four years of being 'berthed' at Sinquerim, international
environmental action group, Greenpeace, is preparing to throw its weight
behind the movement to remove the stranded ship with minimum damaged to
the
surrounding environment. Speaking to GT via telephone from Bangalore,
Greenpeace activist Ramapati Kumar said that the Indian chapter of the
group
was taking up the River Princess issue "on a priority basis".The River
Princess ran aground off Sinquerim during cyclonic weather on 12 June
2004.
(Reuven Proenca in GT)

INLAND WATER ROUTES TO PRIVATE OPERATORS: The Minister for River
Navigation
and Inland Waterways, Mr Pandurang Madkaikar, said that the government
would
be allowing the private transport operators to operate along various
inland
river routes in the State. Mr Madkaikar said that the permission would
be
granted with the objective to reduce the traffic pressure on the limited
roads, around Goa. There are large number of inland waterways in the
State,
like from Panaji to Cumbarjua (and Dona Paula to Mormugao Harbour),
which
could be adequately used by private transport operators for public
transport
system, he said. (NT)

HOSPICIO GETS CT SCAN UNIT: The long felt need for a CT Scan at Hospicio
Hospital was fulfilled when Health Minister Dr Suresh Amonkar
inaugurated
the high-tech machine on June 2. (GT)

PRIVATE PRACTICE BY GOVT DOCS: The crackdown on government doctors with
illegal private practices and quacks has begun, with the coming into
force
of the Goa Medical Practitioners Act 2004. (H)

2 YEARS SERVICE A MUST: The government would soon bring a bill to make
it
mandatory for post graduate and MBBS doctors to put two years of
practice in
government hospitals. (H)

PRINCE JACOB TAKES BOLD STEP: "Rupnnem", the latest tiatr from Prince
Jacob
will be released on 4 July at the Kala Academy, members of the Konkani
fraternity announced at a media meet on June 2. Jacob said, "Rupnnem" is
the
Konkani adaptation of the Marathi natak 'Sahi re Sahi' written by
playwright
Kedar Shinde. "The purpose of this exercise is to expose tiatr audience
to
scripts from other languages and will also help to enrich our tiatr
stage,"
he said. "Rupnnem" is the 36th production of Prince Jacob. (GT)

KMPL CHIEF HELD: The Economic Offences Cell of the CID-crime branch
arrested
the chairman and managing director of Kalpavriksha Marketing Private
Limited, Umesh Khade, for duping the Goan investors to the tune of
Rs.347
lakh so far. According to sources in the EOC, around 2,500 Goan
investors
have lodged complaints against the firm. (NT)

CYBERMATRIMONIALS: With a growing interest in the Cybermatrimonials
listing,
you have a chance to put forward your matrimonial listings more
frequently.
Send in a detailed listing (within 100 words) describing yourself and
the
type of person you're looking for, latest by June 5, to
fred at bytesforall.org
There's no charge to be listed in the Cybermatrimonials, a service from
Goanet.org

TO HOST PORTUGUESE, SPANIARDS: Goa is likely to receive charters from
new
markets like Austria, Iran, Sweden, Portugal and Spain or at least from
some
of them during the next tourist season beginning October-November,
according
to the Tourism Director N Suryanarayana. The government as well as the
trade
seem keen to cash in on the Exposition of the sacred relics of St
Francis
Xavier. Sources said that of the 3.2 lakh foreign tourist arrival in Goa
in
2003, Portuguese nationals were just 6,000. (H)

WOMAN MURDERED AT PILERNE: An 80-year-old woman, Inacia (?) D'Souza, was
strangulated to death at her house at Maikavaddo on June 2 night. She
lived
alone in the house. The police informed that the culprits entered the
house
by removing the roof tiles. After strangulating the woman using a rope,
the
culprits decamped with gold jewellery including two pairs of bangles,
two
pairs of finger rings and a chain. The victim's cousin, Filomena
D'Souza,
who resides at Valvaddo-Pilerne, lodged a police complaint and gave
details
of the missing jewellery. (NT)

PRIEST HURT IN ACCIDENT: Fr PO Almeida, parish priest of St Alex Church,
Calangute, was involved in a collision with a Scorpio four-wheeler at St
Anthony's Chapel at Gauravaddo-Calangute while proceeding from Candolim
to
Calangute on his motorcycle. The priest has been admitted to the GMC for
treatment. (NT)

NAVELIM MAN ATTEMPTS SUICIDE: Mr Joao Carlos Coutinho, a 65-year-old
man,
attempted suicide by setting himself on fire at his residence at
Telaulim on
June 2 morning. Her was rushed to the GMC with 80 per cent burn
injuries.
(NT)

GARDEN TURNED INTO PARKING SPACE: Amidst the swings and slides, the Aga
Khan
part at Margao Municipal garden is playing host to vehicles these days.
And
they aren't amusement or toy vehicles, but garbage trucks parked right
inside the park.The existing parking lot at the Old Market is presently
being utilized by vendors in view of the "Purumentachem fest" and
there's no
alternative site for parking of the fleet of Municipal vehicles. (H)

GOLF COURSES AT BETUL, ASHVEM? UK-based Professional Golfers'
Association
(PGA, Dc), a consultancy firm engaged by the State government, has
recommended Betul and Ashvem as sites for golf courses. The proposed
sites
are for 18-hole golf courses of international standard. (H)

MACAZANA SARPANCH, DY OUSTED: The Sarpanch of Macazana, Agnelo D'Costa
and
his deputy Fausta Quadros were on June 2 ousted from office in a
no-confidence motion. (H)

EAST AFRICAN GOAN CONVENTION: Over 300 participants attended the fourth
East
African Goan Convention held from 9 to 12 April at the secondary school
at
the Ngarenaro Parish. After the traditional eats, drinks and
entertainment,
the Convention discussed Sports, Culture, Welfare and Youth. It was
resolved
that the future conventions will have the following guidelines: Need for
Education to be discussed as it is important for today's progress in the
world and East African Welfare fund to be started; Sports competitions
to be
contested by mixing Goan members rather than between regions or
individual
communities; To make conventions easier and more affordable for
participants
to attend, with host Goan families providing accommodation; To obtain
funds
from any available source and not just from Goan members. (Ray Travas,
Chairman, Convention Committee, raytravas at bol.co.tz)

SEMINAR AT RIBANDAR: The National Council of Churches in India and
Orthodox
Nectar for Young Christian will be organizing a seminar on 'Role of
Christian Youth Organisations in Emerging India' at St Mary's Orthodox
Church, Ribandar from June 3 to June 6. (NT)

GOAN FOLK SONGS: Mr William Rodrigues, Goa's most popular and finest
one-man-hand and solo singer, has released his collection of Goan folk
songs
on CDs and cassettes. The album titled "60's and 70's Goan Boat Songs"
is a
compilation of 12 songs which include the Goan dekhni, mando, dulpods,
Portuguese and English medleys. Mr Rodrigues will also release the
collection in the Middle East and parts of Europe. He was the first
person
to start the concept of a one-man-band in Goa and has travelled to
Singapore, Thailand, Dubai and parts of Europe performing solo as well
as
with international musicians. (NT)

GLASS IS CLAUDE'S CANVASS: Claude Noronha, a resident of Neura, has
carved a
niche for himself in glass designing. From a range of works such as air
brushing, engraving, carving, etching, multi-texture etching, etc, one
can
notice his pieces in various places throughout Goa. (GT)

S P O R T S

GOA GO DOWN FIGHTING: Goa went down fighting to Punjab 2-3 in the
semi-finals of the 13th national junior U-21 football championship at
Bhagalpur, Bihar, yesterday. (GT)

FRANSA SWAMP DON BOSCO: Fransa Football Club swamped Don Bosco, Panaji,
7-0
in the Fransa GFA's U-16 inter-zonal football tournament at Nehru
Stadium,
Fatorda, yesterday. (GT)

BENNY XI IN FINALS: Fancied Benny XI, Mapusa, got the better of fighting
Adarsh Yuvak Sangh, Saligao, 3-1 via tie-breaker to storm into the
finals of
the Vasantrao V Dempo memorial football tournament, at Bicholim
yesterday.
(GT)

D E A T H S
23 May: Velim/UK: ANTONIO PLACIDO CAEIRO: (Born 5-10-1930) husband of
Elvira, father of Pierre/Bryony, Paul; grandfather of Amy;
brother/brother-in-law of Franklin/Teofila, Sarita/late Menino. Will be
interred in UK on June 4.
02 June: Vasco: JOAZINHO (JOHNNY) RODRIGUES: husband of Melicia,
father
of Baba Jalon.
02 June: Loutulim: CANDIDA FERNANDES: wife of late Inacio, mother of
Socorine/Antonio.
02 June: Chandor-Cavorim: OLIE D'CRUZ E SILVA: relict of late Jose,
mother of Joy/Silvia, Bevino (Spain); sister/sister-in-law of Bonfilio
D'
Cruz/late Ezalda, Bemvinda, Maria/Marcelino, sister-in-law of late
Condilac/Laura (Portugal), Lourdina/late Antonio (Portugal); aunt of Dr
Agnelo/Fatima (Zambia), Manjula (England), Feroze and Mark.

G O A W E A T H E R
Max Temp: 31.8 degC
Min Temp: 22.8 degC (yesterday)
Humidity: 86% (Yesterday)
Weather: An hour-long session of light rain but loud thunder kept
people
indoors yesterday evening in Goa. Grey clouds seen spread evenly across
the
sky this morning.

Courtesy: H=Herald; NT=The Navhind Times; GT=Gomantak Times;
WE=WeekEnder

JOEL D'SOUZA
Assagao-Goa-India.
lino dourado
2004-06-03 08:31:41 UTC
Permalink
Hello Seb bab,

Kazar zata kitem re??

Lino

Has there been a hit until now Fred? for your kind effort....... I mean did
anyone respond to say thanks, for meeting his/her life partner from goanet.

I would appreciate if He/She write a few words to say they got married,
meeting their spouse here.

Best wishes for those who got & those who are looking!

Seb





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GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
03 June 2004

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY
Zogoddttannam dant dakhovn hansta to munis mhaka boro lagta.
(I like a man who grins when he fights.) "domnic fernandes"
<jyodom at hotmail.com>

MONSERRATE HUMILIATED IN SA: The holiday of Town and Country Planning
Minister Atanasio (Babush) Monserrate and his family turned into a
nightmare, after a South African Airways official in South Africa allegedly
accused them of buying their passports. Monserrate, his wife Jennifer, Sons
Amit and Rohit and friend Anand Bose-A Vasco-based builder-allege they were
rudely refused access to a flight to Kenya at Johannesburg International
Airport on May 30. (H)

DOM MORAES PASSES AWAY: Poet extraordinaire and literary giant Dom Moraes
passed away in Mumbai on June 2 following a cardiac arrest. He was 66.
Family sources said Moraes passed away in his sleep at his Bandra residence
at about 3.30 pm. Born in Mumbai in 1938, he published his first book of
poems, "A Beginning", while just nineteen. The book later won the
Hawthornden prize. His cremation is scheduled for tomorrow at the Sewree
crematorium. (H)

GREENPEACE WANTS TO END "RIVER PRINCESS" SAGA: As the "River Princess"
completes four years of being 'berthed' at Sinquerim, international
environmental action group, Greenpeace, is preparing to throw its weight
behind the movement to remove the stranded ship with minimum damaged to the
surrounding environment. Speaking to GT via telephone from Bangalore,
Greenpeace activist Ramapati Kumar said that the Indian chapter of the group
was taking up the River Princess issue "on a priority basis".The River
Princess ran aground off Sinquerim during cyclonic weather on 12 June 2004.
(Reuven Proenca in GT)

INLAND WATER ROUTES TO PRIVATE OPERATORS: The Minister for River Navigation
and Inland Waterways, Mr Pandurang Madkaikar, said that the government would
be allowing the private transport operators to operate along various inland
river routes in the State. Mr Madkaikar said that the permission would be
granted with the objective to reduce the traffic pressure on the limited
roads, around Goa. There are large number of inland waterways in the State,
like from Panaji to Cumbarjua (and Dona Paula to Mormugao Harbour), which
could be adequately used by private transport operators for public transport
system, he said. (NT)

HOSPICIO GETS CT SCAN UNIT: The long felt need for a CT Scan at Hospicio
Hospital was fulfilled when Health Minister Dr Suresh Amonkar inaugurated
the high-tech machine on June 2. (GT)

PRIVATE PRACTICE BY GOVT DOCS: The crackdown on government doctors with
illegal private practices and quacks has begun, with the coming into force
of the Goa Medical Practitioners Act 2004. (H)

2 YEARS SERVICE A MUST: The government would soon bring a bill to make it
mandatory for post graduate and MBBS doctors to put two years of practice in
government hospitals. (H)

PRINCE JACOB TAKES BOLD STEP: "Rupnnem", the latest tiatr from Prince Jacob
will be released on 4 July at the Kala Academy, members of the Konkani
fraternity announced at a media meet on June 2. Jacob said, "Rupnnem" is the
Konkani adaptation of the Marathi natak 'Sahi re Sahi' written by playwright
Kedar Shinde. "The purpose of this exercise is to expose tiatr audience to
scripts from other languages and will also help to enrich our tiatr stage,"
he said. "Rupnnem" is the 36th production of Prince Jacob. (GT)

KMPL CHIEF HELD: The Economic Offences Cell of the CID-crime branch arrested
the chairman and managing director of Kalpavriksha Marketing Private
Limited, Umesh Khade, for duping the Goan investors to the tune of Rs.347
lakh so far. According to sources in the EOC, around 2,500 Goan investors
have lodged complaints against the firm. (NT)

CYBERMATRIMONIALS: With a growing interest in the Cybermatrimonials listing,
you have a chance to put forward your matrimonial listings more frequently.
Send in a detailed listing (within 100 words) describing yourself and the
type of person you're looking for, latest by June 5, to fred at bytesforall.org
There's no charge to be listed in the Cybermatrimonials, a service from
Goanet.org

TO HOST PORTUGUESE, SPANIARDS: Goa is likely to receive charters from new
markets like Austria, Iran, Sweden, Portugal and Spain or at least from some
of them during the next tourist season beginning October-November, according
to the Tourism Director N Suryanarayana. The government as well as the trade
seem keen to cash in on the Exposition of the sacred relics of St Francis
Xavier. Sources said that of the 3.2 lakh foreign tourist arrival in Goa in
2003, Portuguese nationals were just 6,000. (H)

WOMAN MURDERED AT PILERNE: An 80-year-old woman, Inacia (?) D'Souza, was
strangulated to death at her house at Maikavaddo on June 2 night. She lived
alone in the house. The police informed that the culprits entered the house
by removing the roof tiles. After strangulating the woman using a rope, the
culprits decamped with gold jewellery including two pairs of bangles, two
pairs of finger rings and a chain. The victim's cousin, Filomena D'Souza,
who resides at Valvaddo-Pilerne, lodged a police complaint and gave details
of the missing jewellery. (NT)

PRIEST HURT IN ACCIDENT: Fr PO Almeida, parish priest of St Alex Church,
Calangute, was involved in a collision with a Scorpio four-wheeler at St
Anthony's Chapel at Gauravaddo-Calangute while proceeding from Candolim to
Calangute on his motorcycle. The priest has been admitted to the GMC for
treatment. (NT)

NAVELIM MAN ATTEMPTS SUICIDE: Mr Joao Carlos Coutinho, a 65-year-old man,
attempted suicide by setting himself on fire at his residence at Telaulim on
June 2 morning. Her was rushed to the GMC with 80 per cent burn injuries.
(NT)

GARDEN TURNED INTO PARKING SPACE: Amidst the swings and slides, the Aga Khan
part at Margao Municipal garden is playing host to vehicles these days. And
they aren't amusement or toy vehicles, but garbage trucks parked right
inside the park.The existing parking lot at the Old Market is presently
being utilized by vendors in view of the "Purumentachem fest" and there's no
alternative site for parking of the fleet of Municipal vehicles. (H)

GOLF COURSES AT BETUL, ASHVEM? UK-based Professional Golfers' Association
(PGA, Dc), a consultancy firm engaged by the State government, has
recommended Betul and Ashvem as sites for golf courses. The proposed sites
are for 18-hole golf courses of international standard. (H)

MACAZANA SARPANCH, DY OUSTED: The Sarpanch of Macazana, Agnelo D'Costa and
his deputy Fausta Quadros were on June 2 ousted from office in a
no-confidence motion. (H)

EAST AFRICAN GOAN CONVENTION: Over 300 participants attended the fourth East
African Goan Convention held from 9 to 12 April at the secondary school at
the Ngarenaro Parish. After the traditional eats, drinks and entertainment,
the Convention discussed Sports, Culture, Welfare and Youth. It was resolved
that the future conventions will have the following guidelines: Need for
Education to be discussed as it is important for today's progress in the
world and East African Welfare fund to be started; Sports competitions to be
contested by mixing Goan members rather than between regions or individual
communities; To make conventions easier and more affordable for participants
to attend, with host Goan families providing accommodation; To obtain funds
from any available source and not just from Goan members. (Ray Travas,
Chairman, Convention Committee, raytravas at bol.co.tz)

SEMINAR AT RIBANDAR: The National Council of Churches in India and Orthodox
Nectar for Young Christian will be organizing a seminar on 'Role of
Christian Youth Organisations in Emerging India' at St Mary's Orthodox
Church, Ribandar from June 3 to June 6. (NT)

GOAN FOLK SONGS: Mr William Rodrigues, Goa's most popular and finest
one-man-hand and solo singer, has released his collection of Goan folk songs
on CDs and cassettes. The album titled "60's and 70's Goan Boat Songs" is a
compilation of 12 songs which include the Goan dekhni, mando, dulpods,
Portuguese and English medleys. Mr Rodrigues will also release the
collection in the Middle East and parts of Europe. He was the first person
to start the concept of a one-man-band in Goa and has travelled to
Singapore, Thailand, Dubai and parts of Europe performing solo as well as
with international musicians. (NT)

GLASS IS CLAUDE'S CANVASS: Claude Noronha, a resident of Neura, has carved a
niche for himself in glass designing. From a range of works such as air
brushing, engraving, carving, etching, multi-texture etching, etc, one can
notice his pieces in various places throughout Goa. (GT)

S P O R T S

GOA GO DOWN FIGHTING: Goa went down fighting to Punjab 2-3 in the
semi-finals of the 13th national junior U-21 football championship at
Bhagalpur, Bihar, yesterday. (GT)

FRANSA SWAMP DON BOSCO: Fransa Football Club swamped Don Bosco, Panaji, 7-0
in the Fransa GFA's U-16 inter-zonal football tournament at Nehru Stadium,
Fatorda, yesterday. (GT)

BENNY XI IN FINALS: Fancied Benny XI, Mapusa, got the better of fighting
Adarsh Yuvak Sangh, Saligao, 3-1 via tie-breaker to storm into the finals of
the Vasantrao V Dempo memorial football tournament, at Bicholim yesterday.
(GT)

D E A T H S
23 May: Velim/UK: ANTONIO PLACIDO CAEIRO: (Born 5-10-1930) husband of
Elvira, father of Pierre/Bryony, Paul; grandfather of Amy;
brother/brother-in-law of Franklin/Teofila, Sarita/late Menino. Will be
interred in UK on June 4.
02 June: Vasco: JOAZINHO (JOHNNY) RODRIGUES: husband of Melicia, father
of Baba Jalon.
02 June: Loutulim: CANDIDA FERNANDES: wife of late Inacio, mother of
Socorine/Antonio.
02 June: Chandor-Cavorim: OLIE D'CRUZ E SILVA: relict of late Jose,
mother of Joy/Silvia, Bevino (Spain); sister/sister-in-law of Bonfilio D'
Cruz/late Ezalda, Bemvinda, Maria/Marcelino, sister-in-law of late
Condilac/Laura (Portugal), Lourdina/late Antonio (Portugal); aunt of Dr
Agnelo/Fatima (Zambia), Manjula (England), Feroze and Mark.

G O A W E A T H E R
Max Temp: 31.8 degC
Min Temp: 22.8 degC (yesterday)
Humidity: 86% (Yesterday)
Weather: An hour-long session of light rain but loud thunder kept people
indoors yesterday evening in Goa. Grey clouds seen spread evenly across the
sky this morning.

Courtesy: H=Herald; NT=The Navhind Times; GT=Gomantak Times; WE=WeekEnder

JOEL D'SOUZA
Assagao-Goa-India.
Seb dc
2004-06-03 07:05:02 UTC
Permalink
| GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
| 03 June 2004
|
| CYBERMATRIMONIALS: With a growing interest in the Cybermatrimonials
listing,
| you have a chance to put forward your matrimonial listings more
frequently.
| Send in a detailed listing (within 100 words) describing yourself and the
| type of person you're looking for, latest by June 5, to
fred at bytesforall.org
| There's no charge to be listed in the Cybermatrimonials, a service from
| Goanet.org
|

****

Has there been a hit until now Fred? for your kind effort....... I mean did
anyone respond to say thanks, for meeting his/her life partner from goanet.

I would appreciate if He/She write a few words to say they got married,
meeting their spouse here.

Best wishes for those who got & those who are looking!

Seb
Evelyn Lopez
2004-06-03 08:29:28 UTC
Permalink
Hi ,

I would like to know where can I get this CD in Pune .
60's and 70's Goan Boat Songs

Thanks,

Eve.

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03 June 2004

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY
Zogoddttannam dant dakhovn hansta to munis mhaka boro lagta.
(I like a man who grins when he fights.) "domnic fernandes"
<jyodom at hotmail.com>

MONSERRATE HUMILIATED IN SA: The holiday of Town and Country Planning
Minister Atanasio (Babush) Monserrate and his family turned into a
nightmare, after a South African Airways official in South Africa
allegedly
accused them of buying their passports. Monserrate, his wife Jennifer,
Sons
Amit and Rohit and friend Anand Bose-A Vasco-based builder-allege they
were
rudely refused access to a flight to Kenya at Johannesburg International
Airport on May 30. (H)

DOM MORAES PASSES AWAY: Poet extraordinaire and literary giant Dom
Moraes
passed away in Mumbai on June 2 following a cardiac arrest. He was 66.
Family sources said Moraes passed away in his sleep at his Bandra
residence
at about 3.30 pm. Born in Mumbai in 1938, he published his first book of
poems, "A Beginning", while just nineteen. The book later won the
Hawthornden prize. His cremation is scheduled for tomorrow at the Sewree
crematorium. (H)

GREENPEACE WANTS TO END "RIVER PRINCESS" SAGA: As the "River Princess"
completes four years of being 'berthed' at Sinquerim, international
environmental action group, Greenpeace, is preparing to throw its weight
behind the movement to remove the stranded ship with minimum damaged to
the
surrounding environment. Speaking to GT via telephone from Bangalore,
Greenpeace activist Ramapati Kumar said that the Indian chapter of the
group
was taking up the River Princess issue "on a priority basis".The River
Princess ran aground off Sinquerim during cyclonic weather on 12 June
2004.
(Reuven Proenca in GT)

INLAND WATER ROUTES TO PRIVATE OPERATORS: The Minister for River
Navigation
and Inland Waterways, Mr Pandurang Madkaikar, said that the government
would
be allowing the private transport operators to operate along various
inland
river routes in the State. Mr Madkaikar said that the permission would
be
granted with the objective to reduce the traffic pressure on the limited
roads, around Goa. There are large number of inland waterways in the
State,
like from Panaji to Cumbarjua (and Dona Paula to Mormugao Harbour),
which
could be adequately used by private transport operators for public
transport
system, he said. (NT)

HOSPICIO GETS CT SCAN UNIT: The long felt need for a CT Scan at Hospicio
Hospital was fulfilled when Health Minister Dr Suresh Amonkar
inaugurated
the high-tech machine on June 2. (GT)

PRIVATE PRACTICE BY GOVT DOCS: The crackdown on government doctors with
illegal private practices and quacks has begun, with the coming into
force
of the Goa Medical Practitioners Act 2004. (H)

2 YEARS SERVICE A MUST: The government would soon bring a bill to make
it
mandatory for post graduate and MBBS doctors to put two years of
practice in
government hospitals. (H)

PRINCE JACOB TAKES BOLD STEP: "Rupnnem", the latest tiatr from Prince
Jacob
will be released on 4 July at the Kala Academy, members of the Konkani
fraternity announced at a media meet on June 2. Jacob said, "Rupnnem" is
the
Konkani adaptation of the Marathi natak 'Sahi re Sahi' written by
playwright
Kedar Shinde. "The purpose of this exercise is to expose tiatr audience
to
scripts from other languages and will also help to enrich our tiatr
stage,"
he said. "Rupnnem" is the 36th production of Prince Jacob. (GT)

KMPL CHIEF HELD: The Economic Offences Cell of the CID-crime branch
arrested
the chairman and managing director of Kalpavriksha Marketing Private
Limited, Umesh Khade, for duping the Goan investors to the tune of
Rs.347
lakh so far. According to sources in the EOC, around 2,500 Goan
investors
have lodged complaints against the firm. (NT)

CYBERMATRIMONIALS: With a growing interest in the Cybermatrimonials
listing,
you have a chance to put forward your matrimonial listings more
frequently.
Send in a detailed listing (within 100 words) describing yourself and
the
type of person you're looking for, latest by June 5, to
fred at bytesforall.org
There's no charge to be listed in the Cybermatrimonials, a service from
Goanet.org

TO HOST PORTUGUESE, SPANIARDS: Goa is likely to receive charters from
new
markets like Austria, Iran, Sweden, Portugal and Spain or at least from
some
of them during the next tourist season beginning October-November,
according
to the Tourism Director N Suryanarayana. The government as well as the
trade
seem keen to cash in on the Exposition of the sacred relics of St
Francis
Xavier. Sources said that of the 3.2 lakh foreign tourist arrival in Goa
in
2003, Portuguese nationals were just 6,000. (H)

WOMAN MURDERED AT PILERNE: An 80-year-old woman, Inacia (?) D'Souza, was
strangulated to death at her house at Maikavaddo on June 2 night. She
lived
alone in the house. The police informed that the culprits entered the
house
by removing the roof tiles. After strangulating the woman using a rope,
the
culprits decamped with gold jewellery including two pairs of bangles,
two
pairs of finger rings and a chain. The victim's cousin, Filomena
D'Souza,
who resides at Valvaddo-Pilerne, lodged a police complaint and gave
details
of the missing jewellery. (NT)

PRIEST HURT IN ACCIDENT: Fr PO Almeida, parish priest of St Alex Church,
Calangute, was involved in a collision with a Scorpio four-wheeler at St
Anthony's Chapel at Gauravaddo-Calangute while proceeding from Candolim
to
Calangute on his motorcycle. The priest has been admitted to the GMC for
treatment. (NT)

NAVELIM MAN ATTEMPTS SUICIDE: Mr Joao Carlos Coutinho, a 65-year-old
man,
attempted suicide by setting himself on fire at his residence at
Telaulim on
June 2 morning. Her was rushed to the GMC with 80 per cent burn
injuries.
(NT)

GARDEN TURNED INTO PARKING SPACE: Amidst the swings and slides, the Aga
Khan
part at Margao Municipal garden is playing host to vehicles these days.
And
they aren't amusement or toy vehicles, but garbage trucks parked right
inside the park.The existing parking lot at the Old Market is presently
being utilized by vendors in view of the "Purumentachem fest" and
there's no
alternative site for parking of the fleet of Municipal vehicles. (H)

GOLF COURSES AT BETUL, ASHVEM? UK-based Professional Golfers'
Association
(PGA, Dc), a consultancy firm engaged by the State government, has
recommended Betul and Ashvem as sites for golf courses. The proposed
sites
are for 18-hole golf courses of international standard. (H)

MACAZANA SARPANCH, DY OUSTED: The Sarpanch of Macazana, Agnelo D'Costa
and
his deputy Fausta Quadros were on June 2 ousted from office in a
no-confidence motion. (H)

EAST AFRICAN GOAN CONVENTION: Over 300 participants attended the fourth
East
African Goan Convention held from 9 to 12 April at the secondary school
at
the Ngarenaro Parish. After the traditional eats, drinks and
entertainment,
the Convention discussed Sports, Culture, Welfare and Youth. It was
resolved
that the future conventions will have the following guidelines: Need for
Education to be discussed as it is important for today's progress in the
world and East African Welfare fund to be started; Sports competitions
to be
contested by mixing Goan members rather than between regions or
individual
communities; To make conventions easier and more affordable for
participants
to attend, with host Goan families providing accommodation; To obtain
funds
from any available source and not just from Goan members. (Ray Travas,
Chairman, Convention Committee, raytravas at bol.co.tz)

SEMINAR AT RIBANDAR: The National Council of Churches in India and
Orthodox
Nectar for Young Christian will be organizing a seminar on 'Role of
Christian Youth Organisations in Emerging India' at St Mary's Orthodox
Church, Ribandar from June 3 to June 6. (NT)

GOAN FOLK SONGS: Mr William Rodrigues, Goa's most popular and finest
one-man-hand and solo singer, has released his collection of Goan folk
songs
on CDs and cassettes. The album titled "60's and 70's Goan Boat Songs"
is a
compilation of 12 songs which include the Goan dekhni, mando, dulpods,
Portuguese and English medleys. Mr Rodrigues will also release the
collection in the Middle East and parts of Europe. He was the first
person
to start the concept of a one-man-band in Goa and has travelled to
Singapore, Thailand, Dubai and parts of Europe performing solo as well
as
with international musicians. (NT)

GLASS IS CLAUDE'S CANVASS: Claude Noronha, a resident of Neura, has
carved a
niche for himself in glass designing. From a range of works such as air
brushing, engraving, carving, etching, multi-texture etching, etc, one
can
notice his pieces in various places throughout Goa. (GT)

S P O R T S

GOA GO DOWN FIGHTING: Goa went down fighting to Punjab 2-3 in the
semi-finals of the 13th national junior U-21 football championship at
Bhagalpur, Bihar, yesterday. (GT)

FRANSA SWAMP DON BOSCO: Fransa Football Club swamped Don Bosco, Panaji,
7-0
in the Fransa GFA's U-16 inter-zonal football tournament at Nehru
Stadium,
Fatorda, yesterday. (GT)

BENNY XI IN FINALS: Fancied Benny XI, Mapusa, got the better of fighting
Adarsh Yuvak Sangh, Saligao, 3-1 via tie-breaker to storm into the
finals of
the Vasantrao V Dempo memorial football tournament, at Bicholim
yesterday.
(GT)

D E A T H S
23 May: Velim/UK: ANTONIO PLACIDO CAEIRO: (Born 5-10-1930) husband of
Elvira, father of Pierre/Bryony, Paul; grandfather of Amy;
brother/brother-in-law of Franklin/Teofila, Sarita/late Menino. Will be
interred in UK on June 4.
02 June: Vasco: JOAZINHO (JOHNNY) RODRIGUES: husband of Melicia,
father
of Baba Jalon.
02 June: Loutulim: CANDIDA FERNANDES: wife of late Inacio, mother of
Socorine/Antonio.
02 June: Chandor-Cavorim: OLIE D'CRUZ E SILVA: relict of late Jose,
mother of Joy/Silvia, Bevino (Spain); sister/sister-in-law of Bonfilio
D'
Cruz/late Ezalda, Bemvinda, Maria/Marcelino, sister-in-law of late
Condilac/Laura (Portugal), Lourdina/late Antonio (Portugal); aunt of Dr
Agnelo/Fatima (Zambia), Manjula (England), Feroze and Mark.

G O A W E A T H E R
Max Temp: 31.8 degC
Min Temp: 22.8 degC (yesterday)
Humidity: 86% (Yesterday)
Weather: An hour-long session of light rain but loud thunder kept
people
indoors yesterday evening in Goa. Grey clouds seen spread evenly across
the
sky this morning.

Courtesy: H=Herald; NT=The Navhind Times; GT=Gomantak Times;
WE=WeekEnder

JOEL D'SOUZA
Assagao-Goa-India.
lino dourado
2004-06-03 08:31:41 UTC
Permalink
Hello Seb bab,

Kazar zata kitem re??

Lino

Has there been a hit until now Fred? for your kind effort....... I mean did
anyone respond to say thanks, for meeting his/her life partner from goanet.

I would appreciate if He/She write a few words to say they got married,
meeting their spouse here.

Best wishes for those who got & those who are looking!

Seb





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GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
03 June 2004

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY
Zogoddttannam dant dakhovn hansta to munis mhaka boro lagta.
(I like a man who grins when he fights.) "domnic fernandes"
<jyodom at hotmail.com>

MONSERRATE HUMILIATED IN SA: The holiday of Town and Country Planning
Minister Atanasio (Babush) Monserrate and his family turned into a
nightmare, after a South African Airways official in South Africa allegedly
accused them of buying their passports. Monserrate, his wife Jennifer, Sons
Amit and Rohit and friend Anand Bose-A Vasco-based builder-allege they were
rudely refused access to a flight to Kenya at Johannesburg International
Airport on May 30. (H)

DOM MORAES PASSES AWAY: Poet extraordinaire and literary giant Dom Moraes
passed away in Mumbai on June 2 following a cardiac arrest. He was 66.
Family sources said Moraes passed away in his sleep at his Bandra residence
at about 3.30 pm. Born in Mumbai in 1938, he published his first book of
poems, "A Beginning", while just nineteen. The book later won the
Hawthornden prize. His cremation is scheduled for tomorrow at the Sewree
crematorium. (H)

GREENPEACE WANTS TO END "RIVER PRINCESS" SAGA: As the "River Princess"
completes four years of being 'berthed' at Sinquerim, international
environmental action group, Greenpeace, is preparing to throw its weight
behind the movement to remove the stranded ship with minimum damaged to the
surrounding environment. Speaking to GT via telephone from Bangalore,
Greenpeace activist Ramapati Kumar said that the Indian chapter of the group
was taking up the River Princess issue "on a priority basis".The River
Princess ran aground off Sinquerim during cyclonic weather on 12 June 2004.
(Reuven Proenca in GT)

INLAND WATER ROUTES TO PRIVATE OPERATORS: The Minister for River Navigation
and Inland Waterways, Mr Pandurang Madkaikar, said that the government would
be allowing the private transport operators to operate along various inland
river routes in the State. Mr Madkaikar said that the permission would be
granted with the objective to reduce the traffic pressure on the limited
roads, around Goa. There are large number of inland waterways in the State,
like from Panaji to Cumbarjua (and Dona Paula to Mormugao Harbour), which
could be adequately used by private transport operators for public transport
system, he said. (NT)

HOSPICIO GETS CT SCAN UNIT: The long felt need for a CT Scan at Hospicio
Hospital was fulfilled when Health Minister Dr Suresh Amonkar inaugurated
the high-tech machine on June 2. (GT)

PRIVATE PRACTICE BY GOVT DOCS: The crackdown on government doctors with
illegal private practices and quacks has begun, with the coming into force
of the Goa Medical Practitioners Act 2004. (H)

2 YEARS SERVICE A MUST: The government would soon bring a bill to make it
mandatory for post graduate and MBBS doctors to put two years of practice in
government hospitals. (H)

PRINCE JACOB TAKES BOLD STEP: "Rupnnem", the latest tiatr from Prince Jacob
will be released on 4 July at the Kala Academy, members of the Konkani
fraternity announced at a media meet on June 2. Jacob said, "Rupnnem" is the
Konkani adaptation of the Marathi natak 'Sahi re Sahi' written by playwright
Kedar Shinde. "The purpose of this exercise is to expose tiatr audience to
scripts from other languages and will also help to enrich our tiatr stage,"
he said. "Rupnnem" is the 36th production of Prince Jacob. (GT)

KMPL CHIEF HELD: The Economic Offences Cell of the CID-crime branch arrested
the chairman and managing director of Kalpavriksha Marketing Private
Limited, Umesh Khade, for duping the Goan investors to the tune of Rs.347
lakh so far. According to sources in the EOC, around 2,500 Goan investors
have lodged complaints against the firm. (NT)

CYBERMATRIMONIALS: With a growing interest in the Cybermatrimonials listing,
you have a chance to put forward your matrimonial listings more frequently.
Send in a detailed listing (within 100 words) describing yourself and the
type of person you're looking for, latest by June 5, to fred at bytesforall.org
There's no charge to be listed in the Cybermatrimonials, a service from
Goanet.org

TO HOST PORTUGUESE, SPANIARDS: Goa is likely to receive charters from new
markets like Austria, Iran, Sweden, Portugal and Spain or at least from some
of them during the next tourist season beginning October-November, according
to the Tourism Director N Suryanarayana. The government as well as the trade
seem keen to cash in on the Exposition of the sacred relics of St Francis
Xavier. Sources said that of the 3.2 lakh foreign tourist arrival in Goa in
2003, Portuguese nationals were just 6,000. (H)

WOMAN MURDERED AT PILERNE: An 80-year-old woman, Inacia (?) D'Souza, was
strangulated to death at her house at Maikavaddo on June 2 night. She lived
alone in the house. The police informed that the culprits entered the house
by removing the roof tiles. After strangulating the woman using a rope, the
culprits decamped with gold jewellery including two pairs of bangles, two
pairs of finger rings and a chain. The victim's cousin, Filomena D'Souza,
who resides at Valvaddo-Pilerne, lodged a police complaint and gave details
of the missing jewellery. (NT)

PRIEST HURT IN ACCIDENT: Fr PO Almeida, parish priest of St Alex Church,
Calangute, was involved in a collision with a Scorpio four-wheeler at St
Anthony's Chapel at Gauravaddo-Calangute while proceeding from Candolim to
Calangute on his motorcycle. The priest has been admitted to the GMC for
treatment. (NT)

NAVELIM MAN ATTEMPTS SUICIDE: Mr Joao Carlos Coutinho, a 65-year-old man,
attempted suicide by setting himself on fire at his residence at Telaulim on
June 2 morning. Her was rushed to the GMC with 80 per cent burn injuries.
(NT)

GARDEN TURNED INTO PARKING SPACE: Amidst the swings and slides, the Aga Khan
part at Margao Municipal garden is playing host to vehicles these days. And
they aren't amusement or toy vehicles, but garbage trucks parked right
inside the park.The existing parking lot at the Old Market is presently
being utilized by vendors in view of the "Purumentachem fest" and there's no
alternative site for parking of the fleet of Municipal vehicles. (H)

GOLF COURSES AT BETUL, ASHVEM? UK-based Professional Golfers' Association
(PGA, Dc), a consultancy firm engaged by the State government, has
recommended Betul and Ashvem as sites for golf courses. The proposed sites
are for 18-hole golf courses of international standard. (H)

MACAZANA SARPANCH, DY OUSTED: The Sarpanch of Macazana, Agnelo D'Costa and
his deputy Fausta Quadros were on June 2 ousted from office in a
no-confidence motion. (H)

EAST AFRICAN GOAN CONVENTION: Over 300 participants attended the fourth East
African Goan Convention held from 9 to 12 April at the secondary school at
the Ngarenaro Parish. After the traditional eats, drinks and entertainment,
the Convention discussed Sports, Culture, Welfare and Youth. It was resolved
that the future conventions will have the following guidelines: Need for
Education to be discussed as it is important for today's progress in the
world and East African Welfare fund to be started; Sports competitions to be
contested by mixing Goan members rather than between regions or individual
communities; To make conventions easier and more affordable for participants
to attend, with host Goan families providing accommodation; To obtain funds
from any available source and not just from Goan members. (Ray Travas,
Chairman, Convention Committee, raytravas at bol.co.tz)

SEMINAR AT RIBANDAR: The National Council of Churches in India and Orthodox
Nectar for Young Christian will be organizing a seminar on 'Role of
Christian Youth Organisations in Emerging India' at St Mary's Orthodox
Church, Ribandar from June 3 to June 6. (NT)

GOAN FOLK SONGS: Mr William Rodrigues, Goa's most popular and finest
one-man-hand and solo singer, has released his collection of Goan folk songs
on CDs and cassettes. The album titled "60's and 70's Goan Boat Songs" is a
compilation of 12 songs which include the Goan dekhni, mando, dulpods,
Portuguese and English medleys. Mr Rodrigues will also release the
collection in the Middle East and parts of Europe. He was the first person
to start the concept of a one-man-band in Goa and has travelled to
Singapore, Thailand, Dubai and parts of Europe performing solo as well as
with international musicians. (NT)

GLASS IS CLAUDE'S CANVASS: Claude Noronha, a resident of Neura, has carved a
niche for himself in glass designing. From a range of works such as air
brushing, engraving, carving, etching, multi-texture etching, etc, one can
notice his pieces in various places throughout Goa. (GT)

S P O R T S

GOA GO DOWN FIGHTING: Goa went down fighting to Punjab 2-3 in the
semi-finals of the 13th national junior U-21 football championship at
Bhagalpur, Bihar, yesterday. (GT)

FRANSA SWAMP DON BOSCO: Fransa Football Club swamped Don Bosco, Panaji, 7-0
in the Fransa GFA's U-16 inter-zonal football tournament at Nehru Stadium,
Fatorda, yesterday. (GT)

BENNY XI IN FINALS: Fancied Benny XI, Mapusa, got the better of fighting
Adarsh Yuvak Sangh, Saligao, 3-1 via tie-breaker to storm into the finals of
the Vasantrao V Dempo memorial football tournament, at Bicholim yesterday.
(GT)

D E A T H S
23 May: Velim/UK: ANTONIO PLACIDO CAEIRO: (Born 5-10-1930) husband of
Elvira, father of Pierre/Bryony, Paul; grandfather of Amy;
brother/brother-in-law of Franklin/Teofila, Sarita/late Menino. Will be
interred in UK on June 4.
02 June: Vasco: JOAZINHO (JOHNNY) RODRIGUES: husband of Melicia, father
of Baba Jalon.
02 June: Loutulim: CANDIDA FERNANDES: wife of late Inacio, mother of
Socorine/Antonio.
02 June: Chandor-Cavorim: OLIE D'CRUZ E SILVA: relict of late Jose,
mother of Joy/Silvia, Bevino (Spain); sister/sister-in-law of Bonfilio D'
Cruz/late Ezalda, Bemvinda, Maria/Marcelino, sister-in-law of late
Condilac/Laura (Portugal), Lourdina/late Antonio (Portugal); aunt of Dr
Agnelo/Fatima (Zambia), Manjula (England), Feroze and Mark.

G O A W E A T H E R
Max Temp: 31.8 degC
Min Temp: 22.8 degC (yesterday)
Humidity: 86% (Yesterday)
Weather: An hour-long session of light rain but loud thunder kept people
indoors yesterday evening in Goa. Grey clouds seen spread evenly across the
sky this morning.

Courtesy: H=Herald; NT=The Navhind Times; GT=Gomantak Times; WE=WeekEnder

JOEL D'SOUZA
Assagao-Goa-India.
Seb dc
2004-06-03 07:05:02 UTC
Permalink
| GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
| 03 June 2004
|
| CYBERMATRIMONIALS: With a growing interest in the Cybermatrimonials
listing,
| you have a chance to put forward your matrimonial listings more
frequently.
| Send in a detailed listing (within 100 words) describing yourself and the
| type of person you're looking for, latest by June 5, to
fred at bytesforall.org
| There's no charge to be listed in the Cybermatrimonials, a service from
| Goanet.org
|

****

Has there been a hit until now Fred? for your kind effort....... I mean did
anyone respond to say thanks, for meeting his/her life partner from goanet.

I would appreciate if He/She write a few words to say they got married,
meeting their spouse here.

Best wishes for those who got & those who are looking!

Seb
Evelyn Lopez
2004-06-03 08:29:28 UTC
Permalink
Hi ,

I would like to know where can I get this CD in Pune .
60's and 70's Goan Boat Songs

Thanks,

Eve.

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GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
03 June 2004

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY
Zogoddttannam dant dakhovn hansta to munis mhaka boro lagta.
(I like a man who grins when he fights.) "domnic fernandes"
<jyodom at hotmail.com>

MONSERRATE HUMILIATED IN SA: The holiday of Town and Country Planning
Minister Atanasio (Babush) Monserrate and his family turned into a
nightmare, after a South African Airways official in South Africa
allegedly
accused them of buying their passports. Monserrate, his wife Jennifer,
Sons
Amit and Rohit and friend Anand Bose-A Vasco-based builder-allege they
were
rudely refused access to a flight to Kenya at Johannesburg International
Airport on May 30. (H)

DOM MORAES PASSES AWAY: Poet extraordinaire and literary giant Dom
Moraes
passed away in Mumbai on June 2 following a cardiac arrest. He was 66.
Family sources said Moraes passed away in his sleep at his Bandra
residence
at about 3.30 pm. Born in Mumbai in 1938, he published his first book of
poems, "A Beginning", while just nineteen. The book later won the
Hawthornden prize. His cremation is scheduled for tomorrow at the Sewree
crematorium. (H)

GREENPEACE WANTS TO END "RIVER PRINCESS" SAGA: As the "River Princess"
completes four years of being 'berthed' at Sinquerim, international
environmental action group, Greenpeace, is preparing to throw its weight
behind the movement to remove the stranded ship with minimum damaged to
the
surrounding environment. Speaking to GT via telephone from Bangalore,
Greenpeace activist Ramapati Kumar said that the Indian chapter of the
group
was taking up the River Princess issue "on a priority basis".The River
Princess ran aground off Sinquerim during cyclonic weather on 12 June
2004.
(Reuven Proenca in GT)

INLAND WATER ROUTES TO PRIVATE OPERATORS: The Minister for River
Navigation
and Inland Waterways, Mr Pandurang Madkaikar, said that the government
would
be allowing the private transport operators to operate along various
inland
river routes in the State. Mr Madkaikar said that the permission would
be
granted with the objective to reduce the traffic pressure on the limited
roads, around Goa. There are large number of inland waterways in the
State,
like from Panaji to Cumbarjua (and Dona Paula to Mormugao Harbour),
which
could be adequately used by private transport operators for public
transport
system, he said. (NT)

HOSPICIO GETS CT SCAN UNIT: The long felt need for a CT Scan at Hospicio
Hospital was fulfilled when Health Minister Dr Suresh Amonkar
inaugurated
the high-tech machine on June 2. (GT)

PRIVATE PRACTICE BY GOVT DOCS: The crackdown on government doctors with
illegal private practices and quacks has begun, with the coming into
force
of the Goa Medical Practitioners Act 2004. (H)

2 YEARS SERVICE A MUST: The government would soon bring a bill to make
it
mandatory for post graduate and MBBS doctors to put two years of
practice in
government hospitals. (H)

PRINCE JACOB TAKES BOLD STEP: "Rupnnem", the latest tiatr from Prince
Jacob
will be released on 4 July at the Kala Academy, members of the Konkani
fraternity announced at a media meet on June 2. Jacob said, "Rupnnem" is
the
Konkani adaptation of the Marathi natak 'Sahi re Sahi' written by
playwright
Kedar Shinde. "The purpose of this exercise is to expose tiatr audience
to
scripts from other languages and will also help to enrich our tiatr
stage,"
he said. "Rupnnem" is the 36th production of Prince Jacob. (GT)

KMPL CHIEF HELD: The Economic Offences Cell of the CID-crime branch
arrested
the chairman and managing director of Kalpavriksha Marketing Private
Limited, Umesh Khade, for duping the Goan investors to the tune of
Rs.347
lakh so far. According to sources in the EOC, around 2,500 Goan
investors
have lodged complaints against the firm. (NT)

CYBERMATRIMONIALS: With a growing interest in the Cybermatrimonials
listing,
you have a chance to put forward your matrimonial listings more
frequently.
Send in a detailed listing (within 100 words) describing yourself and
the
type of person you're looking for, latest by June 5, to
fred at bytesforall.org
There's no charge to be listed in the Cybermatrimonials, a service from
Goanet.org

TO HOST PORTUGUESE, SPANIARDS: Goa is likely to receive charters from
new
markets like Austria, Iran, Sweden, Portugal and Spain or at least from
some
of them during the next tourist season beginning October-November,
according
to the Tourism Director N Suryanarayana. The government as well as the
trade
seem keen to cash in on the Exposition of the sacred relics of St
Francis
Xavier. Sources said that of the 3.2 lakh foreign tourist arrival in Goa
in
2003, Portuguese nationals were just 6,000. (H)

WOMAN MURDERED AT PILERNE: An 80-year-old woman, Inacia (?) D'Souza, was
strangulated to death at her house at Maikavaddo on June 2 night. She
lived
alone in the house. The police informed that the culprits entered the
house
by removing the roof tiles. After strangulating the woman using a rope,
the
culprits decamped with gold jewellery including two pairs of bangles,
two
pairs of finger rings and a chain. The victim's cousin, Filomena
D'Souza,
who resides at Valvaddo-Pilerne, lodged a police complaint and gave
details
of the missing jewellery. (NT)

PRIEST HURT IN ACCIDENT: Fr PO Almeida, parish priest of St Alex Church,
Calangute, was involved in a collision with a Scorpio four-wheeler at St
Anthony's Chapel at Gauravaddo-Calangute while proceeding from Candolim
to
Calangute on his motorcycle. The priest has been admitted to the GMC for
treatment. (NT)

NAVELIM MAN ATTEMPTS SUICIDE: Mr Joao Carlos Coutinho, a 65-year-old
man,
attempted suicide by setting himself on fire at his residence at
Telaulim on
June 2 morning. Her was rushed to the GMC with 80 per cent burn
injuries.
(NT)

GARDEN TURNED INTO PARKING SPACE: Amidst the swings and slides, the Aga
Khan
part at Margao Municipal garden is playing host to vehicles these days.
And
they aren't amusement or toy vehicles, but garbage trucks parked right
inside the park.The existing parking lot at the Old Market is presently
being utilized by vendors in view of the "Purumentachem fest" and
there's no
alternative site for parking of the fleet of Municipal vehicles. (H)

GOLF COURSES AT BETUL, ASHVEM? UK-based Professional Golfers'
Association
(PGA, Dc), a consultancy firm engaged by the State government, has
recommended Betul and Ashvem as sites for golf courses. The proposed
sites
are for 18-hole golf courses of international standard. (H)

MACAZANA SARPANCH, DY OUSTED: The Sarpanch of Macazana, Agnelo D'Costa
and
his deputy Fausta Quadros were on June 2 ousted from office in a
no-confidence motion. (H)

EAST AFRICAN GOAN CONVENTION: Over 300 participants attended the fourth
East
African Goan Convention held from 9 to 12 April at the secondary school
at
the Ngarenaro Parish. After the traditional eats, drinks and
entertainment,
the Convention discussed Sports, Culture, Welfare and Youth. It was
resolved
that the future conventions will have the following guidelines: Need for
Education to be discussed as it is important for today's progress in the
world and East African Welfare fund to be started; Sports competitions
to be
contested by mixing Goan members rather than between regions or
individual
communities; To make conventions easier and more affordable for
participants
to attend, with host Goan families providing accommodation; To obtain
funds
from any available source and not just from Goan members. (Ray Travas,
Chairman, Convention Committee, raytravas at bol.co.tz)

SEMINAR AT RIBANDAR: The National Council of Churches in India and
Orthodox
Nectar for Young Christian will be organizing a seminar on 'Role of
Christian Youth Organisations in Emerging India' at St Mary's Orthodox
Church, Ribandar from June 3 to June 6. (NT)

GOAN FOLK SONGS: Mr William Rodrigues, Goa's most popular and finest
one-man-hand and solo singer, has released his collection of Goan folk
songs
on CDs and cassettes. The album titled "60's and 70's Goan Boat Songs"
is a
compilation of 12 songs which include the Goan dekhni, mando, dulpods,
Portuguese and English medleys. Mr Rodrigues will also release the
collection in the Middle East and parts of Europe. He was the first
person
to start the concept of a one-man-band in Goa and has travelled to
Singapore, Thailand, Dubai and parts of Europe performing solo as well
as
with international musicians. (NT)

GLASS IS CLAUDE'S CANVASS: Claude Noronha, a resident of Neura, has
carved a
niche for himself in glass designing. From a range of works such as air
brushing, engraving, carving, etching, multi-texture etching, etc, one
can
notice his pieces in various places throughout Goa. (GT)

S P O R T S

GOA GO DOWN FIGHTING: Goa went down fighting to Punjab 2-3 in the
semi-finals of the 13th national junior U-21 football championship at
Bhagalpur, Bihar, yesterday. (GT)

FRANSA SWAMP DON BOSCO: Fransa Football Club swamped Don Bosco, Panaji,
7-0
in the Fransa GFA's U-16 inter-zonal football tournament at Nehru
Stadium,
Fatorda, yesterday. (GT)

BENNY XI IN FINALS: Fancied Benny XI, Mapusa, got the better of fighting
Adarsh Yuvak Sangh, Saligao, 3-1 via tie-breaker to storm into the
finals of
the Vasantrao V Dempo memorial football tournament, at Bicholim
yesterday.
(GT)

D E A T H S
23 May: Velim/UK: ANTONIO PLACIDO CAEIRO: (Born 5-10-1930) husband of
Elvira, father of Pierre/Bryony, Paul; grandfather of Amy;
brother/brother-in-law of Franklin/Teofila, Sarita/late Menino. Will be
interred in UK on June 4.
02 June: Vasco: JOAZINHO (JOHNNY) RODRIGUES: husband of Melicia,
father
of Baba Jalon.
02 June: Loutulim: CANDIDA FERNANDES: wife of late Inacio, mother of
Socorine/Antonio.
02 June: Chandor-Cavorim: OLIE D'CRUZ E SILVA: relict of late Jose,
mother of Joy/Silvia, Bevino (Spain); sister/sister-in-law of Bonfilio
D'
Cruz/late Ezalda, Bemvinda, Maria/Marcelino, sister-in-law of late
Condilac/Laura (Portugal), Lourdina/late Antonio (Portugal); aunt of Dr
Agnelo/Fatima (Zambia), Manjula (England), Feroze and Mark.

G O A W E A T H E R
Max Temp: 31.8 degC
Min Temp: 22.8 degC (yesterday)
Humidity: 86% (Yesterday)
Weather: An hour-long session of light rain but loud thunder kept
people
indoors yesterday evening in Goa. Grey clouds seen spread evenly across
the
sky this morning.

Courtesy: H=Herald; NT=The Navhind Times; GT=Gomantak Times;
WE=WeekEnder

JOEL D'SOUZA
Assagao-Goa-India.
lino dourado
2004-06-03 08:31:41 UTC
Permalink
Hello Seb bab,

Kazar zata kitem re??

Lino

Has there been a hit until now Fred? for your kind effort....... I mean did
anyone respond to say thanks, for meeting his/her life partner from goanet.

I would appreciate if He/She write a few words to say they got married,
meeting their spouse here.

Best wishes for those who got & those who are looking!

Seb





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GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
03 June 2004

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY
Zogoddttannam dant dakhovn hansta to munis mhaka boro lagta.
(I like a man who grins when he fights.) "domnic fernandes"
<jyodom at hotmail.com>

MONSERRATE HUMILIATED IN SA: The holiday of Town and Country Planning
Minister Atanasio (Babush) Monserrate and his family turned into a
nightmare, after a South African Airways official in South Africa allegedly
accused them of buying their passports. Monserrate, his wife Jennifer, Sons
Amit and Rohit and friend Anand Bose-A Vasco-based builder-allege they were
rudely refused access to a flight to Kenya at Johannesburg International
Airport on May 30. (H)

DOM MORAES PASSES AWAY: Poet extraordinaire and literary giant Dom Moraes
passed away in Mumbai on June 2 following a cardiac arrest. He was 66.
Family sources said Moraes passed away in his sleep at his Bandra residence
at about 3.30 pm. Born in Mumbai in 1938, he published his first book of
poems, "A Beginning", while just nineteen. The book later won the
Hawthornden prize. His cremation is scheduled for tomorrow at the Sewree
crematorium. (H)

GREENPEACE WANTS TO END "RIVER PRINCESS" SAGA: As the "River Princess"
completes four years of being 'berthed' at Sinquerim, international
environmental action group, Greenpeace, is preparing to throw its weight
behind the movement to remove the stranded ship with minimum damaged to the
surrounding environment. Speaking to GT via telephone from Bangalore,
Greenpeace activist Ramapati Kumar said that the Indian chapter of the group
was taking up the River Princess issue "on a priority basis".The River
Princess ran aground off Sinquerim during cyclonic weather on 12 June 2004.
(Reuven Proenca in GT)

INLAND WATER ROUTES TO PRIVATE OPERATORS: The Minister for River Navigation
and Inland Waterways, Mr Pandurang Madkaikar, said that the government would
be allowing the private transport operators to operate along various inland
river routes in the State. Mr Madkaikar said that the permission would be
granted with the objective to reduce the traffic pressure on the limited
roads, around Goa. There are large number of inland waterways in the State,
like from Panaji to Cumbarjua (and Dona Paula to Mormugao Harbour), which
could be adequately used by private transport operators for public transport
system, he said. (NT)

HOSPICIO GETS CT SCAN UNIT: The long felt need for a CT Scan at Hospicio
Hospital was fulfilled when Health Minister Dr Suresh Amonkar inaugurated
the high-tech machine on June 2. (GT)

PRIVATE PRACTICE BY GOVT DOCS: The crackdown on government doctors with
illegal private practices and quacks has begun, with the coming into force
of the Goa Medical Practitioners Act 2004. (H)

2 YEARS SERVICE A MUST: The government would soon bring a bill to make it
mandatory for post graduate and MBBS doctors to put two years of practice in
government hospitals. (H)

PRINCE JACOB TAKES BOLD STEP: "Rupnnem", the latest tiatr from Prince Jacob
will be released on 4 July at the Kala Academy, members of the Konkani
fraternity announced at a media meet on June 2. Jacob said, "Rupnnem" is the
Konkani adaptation of the Marathi natak 'Sahi re Sahi' written by playwright
Kedar Shinde. "The purpose of this exercise is to expose tiatr audience to
scripts from other languages and will also help to enrich our tiatr stage,"
he said. "Rupnnem" is the 36th production of Prince Jacob. (GT)

KMPL CHIEF HELD: The Economic Offences Cell of the CID-crime branch arrested
the chairman and managing director of Kalpavriksha Marketing Private
Limited, Umesh Khade, for duping the Goan investors to the tune of Rs.347
lakh so far. According to sources in the EOC, around 2,500 Goan investors
have lodged complaints against the firm. (NT)

CYBERMATRIMONIALS: With a growing interest in the Cybermatrimonials listing,
you have a chance to put forward your matrimonial listings more frequently.
Send in a detailed listing (within 100 words) describing yourself and the
type of person you're looking for, latest by June 5, to fred at bytesforall.org
There's no charge to be listed in the Cybermatrimonials, a service from
Goanet.org

TO HOST PORTUGUESE, SPANIARDS: Goa is likely to receive charters from new
markets like Austria, Iran, Sweden, Portugal and Spain or at least from some
of them during the next tourist season beginning October-November, according
to the Tourism Director N Suryanarayana. The government as well as the trade
seem keen to cash in on the Exposition of the sacred relics of St Francis
Xavier. Sources said that of the 3.2 lakh foreign tourist arrival in Goa in
2003, Portuguese nationals were just 6,000. (H)

WOMAN MURDERED AT PILERNE: An 80-year-old woman, Inacia (?) D'Souza, was
strangulated to death at her house at Maikavaddo on June 2 night. She lived
alone in the house. The police informed that the culprits entered the house
by removing the roof tiles. After strangulating the woman using a rope, the
culprits decamped with gold jewellery including two pairs of bangles, two
pairs of finger rings and a chain. The victim's cousin, Filomena D'Souza,
who resides at Valvaddo-Pilerne, lodged a police complaint and gave details
of the missing jewellery. (NT)

PRIEST HURT IN ACCIDENT: Fr PO Almeida, parish priest of St Alex Church,
Calangute, was involved in a collision with a Scorpio four-wheeler at St
Anthony's Chapel at Gauravaddo-Calangute while proceeding from Candolim to
Calangute on his motorcycle. The priest has been admitted to the GMC for
treatment. (NT)

NAVELIM MAN ATTEMPTS SUICIDE: Mr Joao Carlos Coutinho, a 65-year-old man,
attempted suicide by setting himself on fire at his residence at Telaulim on
June 2 morning. Her was rushed to the GMC with 80 per cent burn injuries.
(NT)

GARDEN TURNED INTO PARKING SPACE: Amidst the swings and slides, the Aga Khan
part at Margao Municipal garden is playing host to vehicles these days. And
they aren't amusement or toy vehicles, but garbage trucks parked right
inside the park.The existing parking lot at the Old Market is presently
being utilized by vendors in view of the "Purumentachem fest" and there's no
alternative site for parking of the fleet of Municipal vehicles. (H)

GOLF COURSES AT BETUL, ASHVEM? UK-based Professional Golfers' Association
(PGA, Dc), a consultancy firm engaged by the State government, has
recommended Betul and Ashvem as sites for golf courses. The proposed sites
are for 18-hole golf courses of international standard. (H)

MACAZANA SARPANCH, DY OUSTED: The Sarpanch of Macazana, Agnelo D'Costa and
his deputy Fausta Quadros were on June 2 ousted from office in a
no-confidence motion. (H)

EAST AFRICAN GOAN CONVENTION: Over 300 participants attended the fourth East
African Goan Convention held from 9 to 12 April at the secondary school at
the Ngarenaro Parish. After the traditional eats, drinks and entertainment,
the Convention discussed Sports, Culture, Welfare and Youth. It was resolved
that the future conventions will have the following guidelines: Need for
Education to be discussed as it is important for today's progress in the
world and East African Welfare fund to be started; Sports competitions to be
contested by mixing Goan members rather than between regions or individual
communities; To make conventions easier and more affordable for participants
to attend, with host Goan families providing accommodation; To obtain funds
from any available source and not just from Goan members. (Ray Travas,
Chairman, Convention Committee, raytravas at bol.co.tz)

SEMINAR AT RIBANDAR: The National Council of Churches in India and Orthodox
Nectar for Young Christian will be organizing a seminar on 'Role of
Christian Youth Organisations in Emerging India' at St Mary's Orthodox
Church, Ribandar from June 3 to June 6. (NT)

GOAN FOLK SONGS: Mr William Rodrigues, Goa's most popular and finest
one-man-hand and solo singer, has released his collection of Goan folk songs
on CDs and cassettes. The album titled "60's and 70's Goan Boat Songs" is a
compilation of 12 songs which include the Goan dekhni, mando, dulpods,
Portuguese and English medleys. Mr Rodrigues will also release the
collection in the Middle East and parts of Europe. He was the first person
to start the concept of a one-man-band in Goa and has travelled to
Singapore, Thailand, Dubai and parts of Europe performing solo as well as
with international musicians. (NT)

GLASS IS CLAUDE'S CANVASS: Claude Noronha, a resident of Neura, has carved a
niche for himself in glass designing. From a range of works such as air
brushing, engraving, carving, etching, multi-texture etching, etc, one can
notice his pieces in various places throughout Goa. (GT)

S P O R T S

GOA GO DOWN FIGHTING: Goa went down fighting to Punjab 2-3 in the
semi-finals of the 13th national junior U-21 football championship at
Bhagalpur, Bihar, yesterday. (GT)

FRANSA SWAMP DON BOSCO: Fransa Football Club swamped Don Bosco, Panaji, 7-0
in the Fransa GFA's U-16 inter-zonal football tournament at Nehru Stadium,
Fatorda, yesterday. (GT)

BENNY XI IN FINALS: Fancied Benny XI, Mapusa, got the better of fighting
Adarsh Yuvak Sangh, Saligao, 3-1 via tie-breaker to storm into the finals of
the Vasantrao V Dempo memorial football tournament, at Bicholim yesterday.
(GT)

D E A T H S
23 May: Velim/UK: ANTONIO PLACIDO CAEIRO: (Born 5-10-1930) husband of
Elvira, father of Pierre/Bryony, Paul; grandfather of Amy;
brother/brother-in-law of Franklin/Teofila, Sarita/late Menino. Will be
interred in UK on June 4.
02 June: Vasco: JOAZINHO (JOHNNY) RODRIGUES: husband of Melicia, father
of Baba Jalon.
02 June: Loutulim: CANDIDA FERNANDES: wife of late Inacio, mother of
Socorine/Antonio.
02 June: Chandor-Cavorim: OLIE D'CRUZ E SILVA: relict of late Jose,
mother of Joy/Silvia, Bevino (Spain); sister/sister-in-law of Bonfilio D'
Cruz/late Ezalda, Bemvinda, Maria/Marcelino, sister-in-law of late
Condilac/Laura (Portugal), Lourdina/late Antonio (Portugal); aunt of Dr
Agnelo/Fatima (Zambia), Manjula (England), Feroze and Mark.

G O A W E A T H E R
Max Temp: 31.8 degC
Min Temp: 22.8 degC (yesterday)
Humidity: 86% (Yesterday)
Weather: An hour-long session of light rain but loud thunder kept people
indoors yesterday evening in Goa. Grey clouds seen spread evenly across the
sky this morning.

Courtesy: H=Herald; NT=The Navhind Times; GT=Gomantak Times; WE=WeekEnder

JOEL D'SOUZA
Assagao-Goa-India.
Seb dc
2004-06-03 07:05:02 UTC
Permalink
| GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
| 03 June 2004
|
| CYBERMATRIMONIALS: With a growing interest in the Cybermatrimonials
listing,
| you have a chance to put forward your matrimonial listings more
frequently.
| Send in a detailed listing (within 100 words) describing yourself and the
| type of person you're looking for, latest by June 5, to
fred at bytesforall.org
| There's no charge to be listed in the Cybermatrimonials, a service from
| Goanet.org
|

****

Has there been a hit until now Fred? for your kind effort....... I mean did
anyone respond to say thanks, for meeting his/her life partner from goanet.

I would appreciate if He/She write a few words to say they got married,
meeting their spouse here.

Best wishes for those who got & those who are looking!

Seb
Evelyn Lopez
2004-06-03 08:29:28 UTC
Permalink
Hi ,

I would like to know where can I get this CD in Pune .
60's and 70's Goan Boat Songs

Thanks,

Eve.

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GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
03 June 2004

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY
Zogoddttannam dant dakhovn hansta to munis mhaka boro lagta.
(I like a man who grins when he fights.) "domnic fernandes"
<jyodom at hotmail.com>

MONSERRATE HUMILIATED IN SA: The holiday of Town and Country Planning
Minister Atanasio (Babush) Monserrate and his family turned into a
nightmare, after a South African Airways official in South Africa
allegedly
accused them of buying their passports. Monserrate, his wife Jennifer,
Sons
Amit and Rohit and friend Anand Bose-A Vasco-based builder-allege they
were
rudely refused access to a flight to Kenya at Johannesburg International
Airport on May 30. (H)

DOM MORAES PASSES AWAY: Poet extraordinaire and literary giant Dom
Moraes
passed away in Mumbai on June 2 following a cardiac arrest. He was 66.
Family sources said Moraes passed away in his sleep at his Bandra
residence
at about 3.30 pm. Born in Mumbai in 1938, he published his first book of
poems, "A Beginning", while just nineteen. The book later won the
Hawthornden prize. His cremation is scheduled for tomorrow at the Sewree
crematorium. (H)

GREENPEACE WANTS TO END "RIVER PRINCESS" SAGA: As the "River Princess"
completes four years of being 'berthed' at Sinquerim, international
environmental action group, Greenpeace, is preparing to throw its weight
behind the movement to remove the stranded ship with minimum damaged to
the
surrounding environment. Speaking to GT via telephone from Bangalore,
Greenpeace activist Ramapati Kumar said that the Indian chapter of the
group
was taking up the River Princess issue "on a priority basis".The River
Princess ran aground off Sinquerim during cyclonic weather on 12 June
2004.
(Reuven Proenca in GT)

INLAND WATER ROUTES TO PRIVATE OPERATORS: The Minister for River
Navigation
and Inland Waterways, Mr Pandurang Madkaikar, said that the government
would
be allowing the private transport operators to operate along various
inland
river routes in the State. Mr Madkaikar said that the permission would
be
granted with the objective to reduce the traffic pressure on the limited
roads, around Goa. There are large number of inland waterways in the
State,
like from Panaji to Cumbarjua (and Dona Paula to Mormugao Harbour),
which
could be adequately used by private transport operators for public
transport
system, he said. (NT)

HOSPICIO GETS CT SCAN UNIT: The long felt need for a CT Scan at Hospicio
Hospital was fulfilled when Health Minister Dr Suresh Amonkar
inaugurated
the high-tech machine on June 2. (GT)

PRIVATE PRACTICE BY GOVT DOCS: The crackdown on government doctors with
illegal private practices and quacks has begun, with the coming into
force
of the Goa Medical Practitioners Act 2004. (H)

2 YEARS SERVICE A MUST: The government would soon bring a bill to make
it
mandatory for post graduate and MBBS doctors to put two years of
practice in
government hospitals. (H)

PRINCE JACOB TAKES BOLD STEP: "Rupnnem", the latest tiatr from Prince
Jacob
will be released on 4 July at the Kala Academy, members of the Konkani
fraternity announced at a media meet on June 2. Jacob said, "Rupnnem" is
the
Konkani adaptation of the Marathi natak 'Sahi re Sahi' written by
playwright
Kedar Shinde. "The purpose of this exercise is to expose tiatr audience
to
scripts from other languages and will also help to enrich our tiatr
stage,"
he said. "Rupnnem" is the 36th production of Prince Jacob. (GT)

KMPL CHIEF HELD: The Economic Offences Cell of the CID-crime branch
arrested
the chairman and managing director of Kalpavriksha Marketing Private
Limited, Umesh Khade, for duping the Goan investors to the tune of
Rs.347
lakh so far. According to sources in the EOC, around 2,500 Goan
investors
have lodged complaints against the firm. (NT)

CYBERMATRIMONIALS: With a growing interest in the Cybermatrimonials
listing,
you have a chance to put forward your matrimonial listings more
frequently.
Send in a detailed listing (within 100 words) describing yourself and
the
type of person you're looking for, latest by June 5, to
fred at bytesforall.org
There's no charge to be listed in the Cybermatrimonials, a service from
Goanet.org

TO HOST PORTUGUESE, SPANIARDS: Goa is likely to receive charters from
new
markets like Austria, Iran, Sweden, Portugal and Spain or at least from
some
of them during the next tourist season beginning October-November,
according
to the Tourism Director N Suryanarayana. The government as well as the
trade
seem keen to cash in on the Exposition of the sacred relics of St
Francis
Xavier. Sources said that of the 3.2 lakh foreign tourist arrival in Goa
in
2003, Portuguese nationals were just 6,000. (H)

WOMAN MURDERED AT PILERNE: An 80-year-old woman, Inacia (?) D'Souza, was
strangulated to death at her house at Maikavaddo on June 2 night. She
lived
alone in the house. The police informed that the culprits entered the
house
by removing the roof tiles. After strangulating the woman using a rope,
the
culprits decamped with gold jewellery including two pairs of bangles,
two
pairs of finger rings and a chain. The victim's cousin, Filomena
D'Souza,
who resides at Valvaddo-Pilerne, lodged a police complaint and gave
details
of the missing jewellery. (NT)

PRIEST HURT IN ACCIDENT: Fr PO Almeida, parish priest of St Alex Church,
Calangute, was involved in a collision with a Scorpio four-wheeler at St
Anthony's Chapel at Gauravaddo-Calangute while proceeding from Candolim
to
Calangute on his motorcycle. The priest has been admitted to the GMC for
treatment. (NT)

NAVELIM MAN ATTEMPTS SUICIDE: Mr Joao Carlos Coutinho, a 65-year-old
man,
attempted suicide by setting himself on fire at his residence at
Telaulim on
June 2 morning. Her was rushed to the GMC with 80 per cent burn
injuries.
(NT)

GARDEN TURNED INTO PARKING SPACE: Amidst the swings and slides, the Aga
Khan
part at Margao Municipal garden is playing host to vehicles these days.
And
they aren't amusement or toy vehicles, but garbage trucks parked right
inside the park.The existing parking lot at the Old Market is presently
being utilized by vendors in view of the "Purumentachem fest" and
there's no
alternative site for parking of the fleet of Municipal vehicles. (H)

GOLF COURSES AT BETUL, ASHVEM? UK-based Professional Golfers'
Association
(PGA, Dc), a consultancy firm engaged by the State government, has
recommended Betul and Ashvem as sites for golf courses. The proposed
sites
are for 18-hole golf courses of international standard. (H)

MACAZANA SARPANCH, DY OUSTED: The Sarpanch of Macazana, Agnelo D'Costa
and
his deputy Fausta Quadros were on June 2 ousted from office in a
no-confidence motion. (H)

EAST AFRICAN GOAN CONVENTION: Over 300 participants attended the fourth
East
African Goan Convention held from 9 to 12 April at the secondary school
at
the Ngarenaro Parish. After the traditional eats, drinks and
entertainment,
the Convention discussed Sports, Culture, Welfare and Youth. It was
resolved
that the future conventions will have the following guidelines: Need for
Education to be discussed as it is important for today's progress in the
world and East African Welfare fund to be started; Sports competitions
to be
contested by mixing Goan members rather than between regions or
individual
communities; To make conventions easier and more affordable for
participants
to attend, with host Goan families providing accommodation; To obtain
funds
from any available source and not just from Goan members. (Ray Travas,
Chairman, Convention Committee, raytravas at bol.co.tz)

SEMINAR AT RIBANDAR: The National Council of Churches in India and
Orthodox
Nectar for Young Christian will be organizing a seminar on 'Role of
Christian Youth Organisations in Emerging India' at St Mary's Orthodox
Church, Ribandar from June 3 to June 6. (NT)

GOAN FOLK SONGS: Mr William Rodrigues, Goa's most popular and finest
one-man-hand and solo singer, has released his collection of Goan folk
songs
on CDs and cassettes. The album titled "60's and 70's Goan Boat Songs"
is a
compilation of 12 songs which include the Goan dekhni, mando, dulpods,
Portuguese and English medleys. Mr Rodrigues will also release the
collection in the Middle East and parts of Europe. He was the first
person
to start the concept of a one-man-band in Goa and has travelled to
Singapore, Thailand, Dubai and parts of Europe performing solo as well
as
with international musicians. (NT)

GLASS IS CLAUDE'S CANVASS: Claude Noronha, a resident of Neura, has
carved a
niche for himself in glass designing. From a range of works such as air
brushing, engraving, carving, etching, multi-texture etching, etc, one
can
notice his pieces in various places throughout Goa. (GT)

S P O R T S

GOA GO DOWN FIGHTING: Goa went down fighting to Punjab 2-3 in the
semi-finals of the 13th national junior U-21 football championship at
Bhagalpur, Bihar, yesterday. (GT)

FRANSA SWAMP DON BOSCO: Fransa Football Club swamped Don Bosco, Panaji,
7-0
in the Fransa GFA's U-16 inter-zonal football tournament at Nehru
Stadium,
Fatorda, yesterday. (GT)

BENNY XI IN FINALS: Fancied Benny XI, Mapusa, got the better of fighting
Adarsh Yuvak Sangh, Saligao, 3-1 via tie-breaker to storm into the
finals of
the Vasantrao V Dempo memorial football tournament, at Bicholim
yesterday.
(GT)

D E A T H S
23 May: Velim/UK: ANTONIO PLACIDO CAEIRO: (Born 5-10-1930) husband of
Elvira, father of Pierre/Bryony, Paul; grandfather of Amy;
brother/brother-in-law of Franklin/Teofila, Sarita/late Menino. Will be
interred in UK on June 4.
02 June: Vasco: JOAZINHO (JOHNNY) RODRIGUES: husband of Melicia,
father
of Baba Jalon.
02 June: Loutulim: CANDIDA FERNANDES: wife of late Inacio, mother of
Socorine/Antonio.
02 June: Chandor-Cavorim: OLIE D'CRUZ E SILVA: relict of late Jose,
mother of Joy/Silvia, Bevino (Spain); sister/sister-in-law of Bonfilio
D'
Cruz/late Ezalda, Bemvinda, Maria/Marcelino, sister-in-law of late
Condilac/Laura (Portugal), Lourdina/late Antonio (Portugal); aunt of Dr
Agnelo/Fatima (Zambia), Manjula (England), Feroze and Mark.

G O A W E A T H E R
Max Temp: 31.8 degC
Min Temp: 22.8 degC (yesterday)
Humidity: 86% (Yesterday)
Weather: An hour-long session of light rain but loud thunder kept
people
indoors yesterday evening in Goa. Grey clouds seen spread evenly across
the
sky this morning.

Courtesy: H=Herald; NT=The Navhind Times; GT=Gomantak Times;
WE=WeekEnder

JOEL D'SOUZA
Assagao-Goa-India.
lino dourado
2004-06-03 08:31:41 UTC
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Hello Seb bab,

Kazar zata kitem re??

Lino

Has there been a hit until now Fred? for your kind effort....... I mean did
anyone respond to say thanks, for meeting his/her life partner from goanet.

I would appreciate if He/She write a few words to say they got married,
meeting their spouse here.

Best wishes for those who got & those who are looking!

Seb





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