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THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: "Gelolo portun enam." (No one goes away and then
comes back.) "domnic fernandes" <jyodom at hotmail.com>

"EXPOSITION 2004" PHOTO FEATURE: A small photo feature on the Exposition
of the Sacred Remains of St Francis Xavier which opened at Old Goa on
November 21. Please Check at
http://goacom.com/goanow/exposition/Exposition2004.htm

RAMPAGING ELEPHANTS ENTER MHADEI VALLEY: Not far from Goa's border at Terwan
Medhe, the forest department had initiated the 'Elephants, Back to Home'
mission in co-ordination with other agencies, to drive away rampaging
elephants in the catchment area of the Tillari dam. But there are reports
that it has failed and the belligerent pachderms have retreated into the
Mhadei valley. Two of the trained elephants to be engaged in the novel
mission turned wild and the forest department officials had no option but to
push them in truck and send them back.14 of the elephants moved away from
Tillari and entered Goa's order at Surla on Saturday (Nov 27), and caused
some damage to the banana plantations in the rooftop village, according to
Mhadei Bachao Abhiyan secretary, Rajendra Kerkar. (GT)

PIRACY TAKES CENTRE STAGE: The issue of film and music piracy figured at the
International Film Festival of India with film professionals calling for
concerted efforts to deal with the menace even as the Union Minister for
Information and Broadcasting, Jaipal Reddy, said he would involve chief
ministers of all the States on implementing laws against piracy. A
45-minutes trailer, launched simultaneously in 40-member countries by the
Motion Picture Association of America, was inaugurated by the Minister
during the inauguration of the Indian Panorama section at the INOX
multiplex. (H)

GOA RIGHT CHOICE : The noted film producer-director, Mr Vidhu Vinod Chopra,
said that shifting the International Film Festival of India to Goa has
emancipated the event from the typical "Babudom" of Delhi. Earlier, veteran
film director, Mr Yash Chopra, inaugurated the Indian mainstream film
section of the film festival with screening of the film "Munnabhai MBBS",
produced and co-scripted by Mr Vidhu Chopra. Chopra lauded the Chief
Minister, Mr Manohar Parrikar, for delivering what he had promised in view
of holding the film festival in Goa. "The grit of Mr Parrikar is worth
applauding," he observed. Later speaking to The Navhind Times, Mr Vidhu
Vinod Chopra acknowledged that Goa has the right mood for the film festival.
"This is a film festival, not a science seminar or a finance convention, and
creation of right mood is of paramount importance," he pointed out. (NT)

IFFI DRAWS HUGE CROWD: On Monday there was no film screening on the Miramar
beach. But it was clear that the best option for the music lovers to move to
Miramar. Thousands of people, including delegates and top film officials
converged on the beach much to the surprise of the organizers. There was a
live band playing. Famous director Yash Chopra also made a mention of the
beach during a programme at Inox multiplex. One ay two of IFFI, the main
attraction on the Miramar beach was "Mission Impossible". By 7.30 pm, the
roads leading to Miramar were being battered from both sides. Parking
continues to be a major problem at Miramar. (H)

AT CAMPAL PROMENADE: The second day of the 35th International Film festival
of India saw a crowd enjoying the multitude of entertainment on offer at the
picturesque Campal promenade. The street was lined up with spectators
watching the variety of programmes that included street clowns walking on
stilts, folk dancers, a live band "Brothers-in-Arms", an orchestra, a
magician, a mime artiste and other entertainment events. Folk dancers from
Quepem, Kepechim Kirnam, attracted quite an audience who watched the troupe
dancing to the lively rhythmic folk songs. (H)

TECHNICAL SNAG: During the premier screening of "The Forgotten" by Joseph
Ruben at the Kala Academy at 5.30 pm, there was a 30-second pause caused by
a technical sang that resulted in a failure of the sound system, followed by
another disturbance caused by the focus lights directed towards the screen.
This raised howls of protest from the audience of delegates."The Forgotten"
drew wide applause for its beautiful cinematography and sound effects,
besides its unique story line. (H)

THE SHOW MUST GO ON: We can step aside and grill Chief Minister Parrikar on
lapses, loopholes and lack of complete transparency but even if that
criticism may be valid, it still does not take away from the work both he
and the Directorate of Film Festivals has put in to give Goa IFFI. And that
too in the face of a severe financial crunch where Goa was deprived of much
needed Central funds. To accept this reality and to take up the challenge to
deliver counts a lot. And Goa needs to acknowledge that. (Edit in GT)

COLVA COPS SEEK HELP OF INTERPOL: The Colva police on Tuesday (Nov 30)
sought the assistance of Interpol to ascertain the antecedents of the
67-year-old German national arrested in a rape case, even as the medical
examination report confirmed that the minor girl was sexually abused a month
ago. The German national was remanded to four days police custody. (H)

ARRESTED ON KIDNAPPING CHARGE: Margao police have arrested two motorcycle
'pilots', Rajesh G Sambhari and Johnson Furtado, from Margao, for allegedly
kidnapping Manjula Ramaya Mooka, hailing from Shimoga, Karnataka. (GT)

BODY FOUND: One Raja Linga Kurade (45), a resident of Moira, was found dead
on the main road at Kalizor-Moira. (GT)

BETUL LOCALS AGAINST FISH DRYING: If Bauxite ore mining on the
Naqueri-Quitol plateau drew sustained violent protests from the locals, fish
drying activity on the plateau near Betul is facing uncertain times this
season. (H)

NEW PUC POLICY: All Pollution Under Control certificates issued (for
vehicles) in the State will be valid only upto March 31 in view of a new
scheme which is proposed to be introduced next year. (H)

EXHIBITION ON AIDS: The Tuberculosis Association of Goa, as a part of health
educational activities, will organise its 13th annual exhibition on AIDS and
TB from today on the occasion of World AIDS Day, at the Tuberculosis
Association of Goa, Nizari Bhavan, Panaji. It will be on display till 31
December. (GT)

IFFI PROGRAMME SCHEDULE: 29th November top 09th December 2004
- Kala Academy: La Espera (Urguay) at 11.30 am; A Closer Walk (USA) at
3.00 pm; Yesterday (South Africa) at 5.30 pm; 18 J (Argentina) at 8.30 pm.
- Kala Academy: Konkani play Bhangarallem Goem. (At the Large
Amphitheatre from 6.30 pm onwards).
- CORNICE STAGE 1: (Opp. Old GMC) Invocation by Niriksha Kane; vocal
concert by Ajit Kumar Kadkade. (No entry pass required).
- CORNICE STAGE 2: (Opp Dempo House): Vandemaatraam dance by Sadvi
Naik; performance by Siddhivinayay, Mardol sitar recital by Yograj broker;
song and dance by Akshada and Akash; from 6.30 pm to 9.30 pm. (No Entry pass
required).
- Beach Cinema: 'DHOOM" (Hindi) at Mirmar Beach from 6.00 pm
onwards. (No Entry pass required.
- IFFI Amusement Park at Bhagwan Mahaveer Bal Vihar: fancy dress
competition, amusement rides, entertainment galore, from 4.00 pm to 7.00 pm.
(No entry pass required)
- Street Animation: Old GMC building to Kala Academy: Tattoo
artists, face painters, unicyclists, jugglers, palmists, tarot card readers,
mime artists, rice carvers, hair braiders, rope walking local bands and much
more from 10.00 pm to 9.30 pm (No entry charge or pass required)
- Installing the Beach: Exhibition of Installation Art by Subodh
Kerkar at the Miramar Beach (No entry charge of pass required)
- MOBILE BEACH CINEMA: "Dhoom" at Colva Beach from 6.00 pm onwards.
(No entry pass required).

S P O R T S

SPORTING STUN EAST BENGAL: Sporting Clube de Goa stunned East Bengal 1-0 to
storm into the semi-finals of the Federation Cup Football tournament at
Shree Kanteerava Stadium in Bangalore on November 30 evening. Captain and
Nigerian import Mac Pherlin Dudu scored a superb header off a Joseph Pereira
pass in the dying minutes of the match to take the Goan team into the last
four stage. (GT)

AREAL WIN: Sao Jose de Areal won the ninth Cavelossim Panchayat Cup football
tournament organised by Santa Cruz Sports Association defeated Young
Strikers, Benaulim, 4-3 via the tie-breaker in a pulsating final at Fr
Druston and Wellington ground, Cavelossim, on November 28. (GT)

D E A T H S
30 Nov: Merces: FILIPE DOMACENO DIAS; husband of Maria, father of Mansio
and Melissa.
28 Nov: DWARKANATH K SIRSAT (freedom fighter); husband of Sumitra, father
of Yogesh, Dr Anita,Yogita.
30 Nov: Goa Velha: SANTANA FERNANDES E NUNES; wife of late Andre, mother
of Richard/Anna, Stanley/Maria, Hilda/Michael and Ivy.
30 Nov: Cansaulim: ANDREW GAMA: husband of Francisca, father of Lashon.
30 Nov: Santa Cruz: MARIA ANA CAETANA MENDONCA: wife of late Manuel
Francisco, mother of John/Luisa, Bella/late Domnic, Bento, Sylvia/Jacinto,
Neves/Angela, Clement/Magdalena.
30 Nov: Rachol: MANUEL OLIVEIRA: HUSBAND OF Ancess Maria, father of
Isidorio, Marconi, Jordan.

G O A W E A T H E R
Max temp: 35.2 degC; Min temp: 22.3 degC; Humidity: 66% (Yesterday)
Weather: The early parts of the morning and the late evening enjoy cool
weather these days in Goa.

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

JOEL D'SOUZA
Assagao-Goa-India.
Joel D'Souza
2004-12-01 04:47:22 UTC
Permalink
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
Dec 01, 2004

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: "Gelolo portun enam." (No one goes away and then
comes back.) "domnic fernandes" <jyodom at hotmail.com>

"EXPOSITION 2004" PHOTO FEATURE: A small photo feature on the Exposition
of the Sacred Remains of St Francis Xavier which opened at Old Goa on
November 21. Please Check at
http://goacom.com/goanow/exposition/Exposition2004.htm

RAMPAGING ELEPHANTS ENTER MHADEI VALLEY: Not far from Goa's border at Terwan
Medhe, the forest department had initiated the 'Elephants, Back to Home'
mission in co-ordination with other agencies, to drive away rampaging
elephants in the catchment area of the Tillari dam. But there are reports
that it has failed and the belligerent pachderms have retreated into the
Mhadei valley. Two of the trained elephants to be engaged in the novel
mission turned wild and the forest department officials had no option but to
push them in truck and send them back.14 of the elephants moved away from
Tillari and entered Goa's order at Surla on Saturday (Nov 27), and caused
some damage to the banana plantations in the rooftop village, according to
Mhadei Bachao Abhiyan secretary, Rajendra Kerkar. (GT)

PIRACY TAKES CENTRE STAGE: The issue of film and music piracy figured at the
International Film Festival of India with film professionals calling for
concerted efforts to deal with the menace even as the Union Minister for
Information and Broadcasting, Jaipal Reddy, said he would involve chief
ministers of all the States on implementing laws against piracy. A
45-minutes trailer, launched simultaneously in 40-member countries by the
Motion Picture Association of America, was inaugurated by the Minister
during the inauguration of the Indian Panorama section at the INOX
multiplex. (H)

GOA RIGHT CHOICE : The noted film producer-director, Mr Vidhu Vinod Chopra,
said that shifting the International Film Festival of India to Goa has
emancipated the event from the typical "Babudom" of Delhi. Earlier, veteran
film director, Mr Yash Chopra, inaugurated the Indian mainstream film
section of the film festival with screening of the film "Munnabhai MBBS",
produced and co-scripted by Mr Vidhu Chopra. Chopra lauded the Chief
Minister, Mr Manohar Parrikar, for delivering what he had promised in view
of holding the film festival in Goa. "The grit of Mr Parrikar is worth
applauding," he observed. Later speaking to The Navhind Times, Mr Vidhu
Vinod Chopra acknowledged that Goa has the right mood for the film festival.
"This is a film festival, not a science seminar or a finance convention, and
creation of right mood is of paramount importance," he pointed out. (NT)

IFFI DRAWS HUGE CROWD: On Monday there was no film screening on the Miramar
beach. But it was clear that the best option for the music lovers to move to
Miramar. Thousands of people, including delegates and top film officials
converged on the beach much to the surprise of the organizers. There was a
live band playing. Famous director Yash Chopra also made a mention of the
beach during a programme at Inox multiplex. One ay two of IFFI, the main
attraction on the Miramar beach was "Mission Impossible". By 7.30 pm, the
roads leading to Miramar were being battered from both sides. Parking
continues to be a major problem at Miramar. (H)

AT CAMPAL PROMENADE: The second day of the 35th International Film festival
of India saw a crowd enjoying the multitude of entertainment on offer at the
picturesque Campal promenade. The street was lined up with spectators
watching the variety of programmes that included street clowns walking on
stilts, folk dancers, a live band "Brothers-in-Arms", an orchestra, a
magician, a mime artiste and other entertainment events. Folk dancers from
Quepem, Kepechim Kirnam, attracted quite an audience who watched the troupe
dancing to the lively rhythmic folk songs. (H)

TECHNICAL SNAG: During the premier screening of "The Forgotten" by Joseph
Ruben at the Kala Academy at 5.30 pm, there was a 30-second pause caused by
a technical sang that resulted in a failure of the sound system, followed by
another disturbance caused by the focus lights directed towards the screen.
This raised howls of protest from the audience of delegates."The Forgotten"
drew wide applause for its beautiful cinematography and sound effects,
besides its unique story line. (H)

THE SHOW MUST GO ON: We can step aside and grill Chief Minister Parrikar on
lapses, loopholes and lack of complete transparency but even if that
criticism may be valid, it still does not take away from the work both he
and the Directorate of Film Festivals has put in to give Goa IFFI. And that
too in the face of a severe financial crunch where Goa was deprived of much
needed Central funds. To accept this reality and to take up the challenge to
deliver counts a lot. And Goa needs to acknowledge that. (Edit in GT)

COLVA COPS SEEK HELP OF INTERPOL: The Colva police on Tuesday (Nov 30)
sought the assistance of Interpol to ascertain the antecedents of the
67-year-old German national arrested in a rape case, even as the medical
examination report confirmed that the minor girl was sexually abused a month
ago. The German national was remanded to four days police custody. (H)

ARRESTED ON KIDNAPPING CHARGE: Margao police have arrested two motorcycle
'pilots', Rajesh G Sambhari and Johnson Furtado, from Margao, for allegedly
kidnapping Manjula Ramaya Mooka, hailing from Shimoga, Karnataka. (GT)

BODY FOUND: One Raja Linga Kurade (45), a resident of Moira, was found dead
on the main road at Kalizor-Moira. (GT)

BETUL LOCALS AGAINST FISH DRYING: If Bauxite ore mining on the
Naqueri-Quitol plateau drew sustained violent protests from the locals, fish
drying activity on the plateau near Betul is facing uncertain times this
season. (H)

NEW PUC POLICY: All Pollution Under Control certificates issued (for
vehicles) in the State will be valid only upto March 31 in view of a new
scheme which is proposed to be introduced next year. (H)

EXHIBITION ON AIDS: The Tuberculosis Association of Goa, as a part of health
educational activities, will organise its 13th annual exhibition on AIDS and
TB from today on the occasion of World AIDS Day, at the Tuberculosis
Association of Goa, Nizari Bhavan, Panaji. It will be on display till 31
December. (GT)

IFFI PROGRAMME SCHEDULE: 29th November top 09th December 2004
- Kala Academy: La Espera (Urguay) at 11.30 am; A Closer Walk (USA) at
3.00 pm; Yesterday (South Africa) at 5.30 pm; 18 J (Argentina) at 8.30 pm.
- Kala Academy: Konkani play Bhangarallem Goem. (At the Large
Amphitheatre from 6.30 pm onwards).
- CORNICE STAGE 1: (Opp. Old GMC) Invocation by Niriksha Kane; vocal
concert by Ajit Kumar Kadkade. (No entry pass required).
- CORNICE STAGE 2: (Opp Dempo House): Vandemaatraam dance by Sadvi
Naik; performance by Siddhivinayay, Mardol sitar recital by Yograj broker;
song and dance by Akshada and Akash; from 6.30 pm to 9.30 pm. (No Entry pass
required).
- Beach Cinema: 'DHOOM" (Hindi) at Mirmar Beach from 6.00 pm
onwards. (No Entry pass required.
- IFFI Amusement Park at Bhagwan Mahaveer Bal Vihar: fancy dress
competition, amusement rides, entertainment galore, from 4.00 pm to 7.00 pm.
(No entry pass required)
- Street Animation: Old GMC building to Kala Academy: Tattoo
artists, face painters, unicyclists, jugglers, palmists, tarot card readers,
mime artists, rice carvers, hair braiders, rope walking local bands and much
more from 10.00 pm to 9.30 pm (No entry charge or pass required)
- Installing the Beach: Exhibition of Installation Art by Subodh
Kerkar at the Miramar Beach (No entry charge of pass required)
- MOBILE BEACH CINEMA: "Dhoom" at Colva Beach from 6.00 pm onwards.
(No entry pass required).

S P O R T S

SPORTING STUN EAST BENGAL: Sporting Clube de Goa stunned East Bengal 1-0 to
storm into the semi-finals of the Federation Cup Football tournament at
Shree Kanteerava Stadium in Bangalore on November 30 evening. Captain and
Nigerian import Mac Pherlin Dudu scored a superb header off a Joseph Pereira
pass in the dying minutes of the match to take the Goan team into the last
four stage. (GT)

AREAL WIN: Sao Jose de Areal won the ninth Cavelossim Panchayat Cup football
tournament organised by Santa Cruz Sports Association defeated Young
Strikers, Benaulim, 4-3 via the tie-breaker in a pulsating final at Fr
Druston and Wellington ground, Cavelossim, on November 28. (GT)

D E A T H S
30 Nov: Merces: FILIPE DOMACENO DIAS; husband of Maria, father of Mansio
and Melissa.
28 Nov: DWARKANATH K SIRSAT (freedom fighter); husband of Sumitra, father
of Yogesh, Dr Anita,Yogita.
30 Nov: Goa Velha: SANTANA FERNANDES E NUNES; wife of late Andre, mother
of Richard/Anna, Stanley/Maria, Hilda/Michael and Ivy.
30 Nov: Cansaulim: ANDREW GAMA: husband of Francisca, father of Lashon.
30 Nov: Santa Cruz: MARIA ANA CAETANA MENDONCA: wife of late Manuel
Francisco, mother of John/Luisa, Bella/late Domnic, Bento, Sylvia/Jacinto,
Neves/Angela, Clement/Magdalena.
30 Nov: Rachol: MANUEL OLIVEIRA: HUSBAND OF Ancess Maria, father of
Isidorio, Marconi, Jordan.

G O A W E A T H E R
Max temp: 35.2 degC; Min temp: 22.3 degC; Humidity: 66% (Yesterday)
Weather: The early parts of the morning and the late evening enjoy cool
weather these days in Goa.

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

JOEL D'SOUZA
Assagao-Goa-India.
Joel D'Souza
2004-12-01 04:47:22 UTC
Permalink
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
Dec 01, 2004

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: "Gelolo portun enam." (No one goes away and then
comes back.) "domnic fernandes" <jyodom at hotmail.com>

"EXPOSITION 2004" PHOTO FEATURE: A small photo feature on the Exposition
of the Sacred Remains of St Francis Xavier which opened at Old Goa on
November 21. Please Check at
http://goacom.com/goanow/exposition/Exposition2004.htm

RAMPAGING ELEPHANTS ENTER MHADEI VALLEY: Not far from Goa's border at Terwan
Medhe, the forest department had initiated the 'Elephants, Back to Home'
mission in co-ordination with other agencies, to drive away rampaging
elephants in the catchment area of the Tillari dam. But there are reports
that it has failed and the belligerent pachderms have retreated into the
Mhadei valley. Two of the trained elephants to be engaged in the novel
mission turned wild and the forest department officials had no option but to
push them in truck and send them back.14 of the elephants moved away from
Tillari and entered Goa's order at Surla on Saturday (Nov 27), and caused
some damage to the banana plantations in the rooftop village, according to
Mhadei Bachao Abhiyan secretary, Rajendra Kerkar. (GT)

PIRACY TAKES CENTRE STAGE: The issue of film and music piracy figured at the
International Film Festival of India with film professionals calling for
concerted efforts to deal with the menace even as the Union Minister for
Information and Broadcasting, Jaipal Reddy, said he would involve chief
ministers of all the States on implementing laws against piracy. A
45-minutes trailer, launched simultaneously in 40-member countries by the
Motion Picture Association of America, was inaugurated by the Minister
during the inauguration of the Indian Panorama section at the INOX
multiplex. (H)

GOA RIGHT CHOICE : The noted film producer-director, Mr Vidhu Vinod Chopra,
said that shifting the International Film Festival of India to Goa has
emancipated the event from the typical "Babudom" of Delhi. Earlier, veteran
film director, Mr Yash Chopra, inaugurated the Indian mainstream film
section of the film festival with screening of the film "Munnabhai MBBS",
produced and co-scripted by Mr Vidhu Chopra. Chopra lauded the Chief
Minister, Mr Manohar Parrikar, for delivering what he had promised in view
of holding the film festival in Goa. "The grit of Mr Parrikar is worth
applauding," he observed. Later speaking to The Navhind Times, Mr Vidhu
Vinod Chopra acknowledged that Goa has the right mood for the film festival.
"This is a film festival, not a science seminar or a finance convention, and
creation of right mood is of paramount importance," he pointed out. (NT)

IFFI DRAWS HUGE CROWD: On Monday there was no film screening on the Miramar
beach. But it was clear that the best option for the music lovers to move to
Miramar. Thousands of people, including delegates and top film officials
converged on the beach much to the surprise of the organizers. There was a
live band playing. Famous director Yash Chopra also made a mention of the
beach during a programme at Inox multiplex. One ay two of IFFI, the main
attraction on the Miramar beach was "Mission Impossible". By 7.30 pm, the
roads leading to Miramar were being battered from both sides. Parking
continues to be a major problem at Miramar. (H)

AT CAMPAL PROMENADE: The second day of the 35th International Film festival
of India saw a crowd enjoying the multitude of entertainment on offer at the
picturesque Campal promenade. The street was lined up with spectators
watching the variety of programmes that included street clowns walking on
stilts, folk dancers, a live band "Brothers-in-Arms", an orchestra, a
magician, a mime artiste and other entertainment events. Folk dancers from
Quepem, Kepechim Kirnam, attracted quite an audience who watched the troupe
dancing to the lively rhythmic folk songs. (H)

TECHNICAL SNAG: During the premier screening of "The Forgotten" by Joseph
Ruben at the Kala Academy at 5.30 pm, there was a 30-second pause caused by
a technical sang that resulted in a failure of the sound system, followed by
another disturbance caused by the focus lights directed towards the screen.
This raised howls of protest from the audience of delegates."The Forgotten"
drew wide applause for its beautiful cinematography and sound effects,
besides its unique story line. (H)

THE SHOW MUST GO ON: We can step aside and grill Chief Minister Parrikar on
lapses, loopholes and lack of complete transparency but even if that
criticism may be valid, it still does not take away from the work both he
and the Directorate of Film Festivals has put in to give Goa IFFI. And that
too in the face of a severe financial crunch where Goa was deprived of much
needed Central funds. To accept this reality and to take up the challenge to
deliver counts a lot. And Goa needs to acknowledge that. (Edit in GT)

COLVA COPS SEEK HELP OF INTERPOL: The Colva police on Tuesday (Nov 30)
sought the assistance of Interpol to ascertain the antecedents of the
67-year-old German national arrested in a rape case, even as the medical
examination report confirmed that the minor girl was sexually abused a month
ago. The German national was remanded to four days police custody. (H)

ARRESTED ON KIDNAPPING CHARGE: Margao police have arrested two motorcycle
'pilots', Rajesh G Sambhari and Johnson Furtado, from Margao, for allegedly
kidnapping Manjula Ramaya Mooka, hailing from Shimoga, Karnataka. (GT)

BODY FOUND: One Raja Linga Kurade (45), a resident of Moira, was found dead
on the main road at Kalizor-Moira. (GT)

BETUL LOCALS AGAINST FISH DRYING: If Bauxite ore mining on the
Naqueri-Quitol plateau drew sustained violent protests from the locals, fish
drying activity on the plateau near Betul is facing uncertain times this
season. (H)

NEW PUC POLICY: All Pollution Under Control certificates issued (for
vehicles) in the State will be valid only upto March 31 in view of a new
scheme which is proposed to be introduced next year. (H)

EXHIBITION ON AIDS: The Tuberculosis Association of Goa, as a part of health
educational activities, will organise its 13th annual exhibition on AIDS and
TB from today on the occasion of World AIDS Day, at the Tuberculosis
Association of Goa, Nizari Bhavan, Panaji. It will be on display till 31
December. (GT)

IFFI PROGRAMME SCHEDULE: 29th November top 09th December 2004
- Kala Academy: La Espera (Urguay) at 11.30 am; A Closer Walk (USA) at
3.00 pm; Yesterday (South Africa) at 5.30 pm; 18 J (Argentina) at 8.30 pm.
- Kala Academy: Konkani play Bhangarallem Goem. (At the Large
Amphitheatre from 6.30 pm onwards).
- CORNICE STAGE 1: (Opp. Old GMC) Invocation by Niriksha Kane; vocal
concert by Ajit Kumar Kadkade. (No entry pass required).
- CORNICE STAGE 2: (Opp Dempo House): Vandemaatraam dance by Sadvi
Naik; performance by Siddhivinayay, Mardol sitar recital by Yograj broker;
song and dance by Akshada and Akash; from 6.30 pm to 9.30 pm. (No Entry pass
required).
- Beach Cinema: 'DHOOM" (Hindi) at Mirmar Beach from 6.00 pm
onwards. (No Entry pass required.
- IFFI Amusement Park at Bhagwan Mahaveer Bal Vihar: fancy dress
competition, amusement rides, entertainment galore, from 4.00 pm to 7.00 pm.
(No entry pass required)
- Street Animation: Old GMC building to Kala Academy: Tattoo
artists, face painters, unicyclists, jugglers, palmists, tarot card readers,
mime artists, rice carvers, hair braiders, rope walking local bands and much
more from 10.00 pm to 9.30 pm (No entry charge or pass required)
- Installing the Beach: Exhibition of Installation Art by Subodh
Kerkar at the Miramar Beach (No entry charge of pass required)
- MOBILE BEACH CINEMA: "Dhoom" at Colva Beach from 6.00 pm onwards.
(No entry pass required).

S P O R T S

SPORTING STUN EAST BENGAL: Sporting Clube de Goa stunned East Bengal 1-0 to
storm into the semi-finals of the Federation Cup Football tournament at
Shree Kanteerava Stadium in Bangalore on November 30 evening. Captain and
Nigerian import Mac Pherlin Dudu scored a superb header off a Joseph Pereira
pass in the dying minutes of the match to take the Goan team into the last
four stage. (GT)

AREAL WIN: Sao Jose de Areal won the ninth Cavelossim Panchayat Cup football
tournament organised by Santa Cruz Sports Association defeated Young
Strikers, Benaulim, 4-3 via the tie-breaker in a pulsating final at Fr
Druston and Wellington ground, Cavelossim, on November 28. (GT)

D E A T H S
30 Nov: Merces: FILIPE DOMACENO DIAS; husband of Maria, father of Mansio
and Melissa.
28 Nov: DWARKANATH K SIRSAT (freedom fighter); husband of Sumitra, father
of Yogesh, Dr Anita,Yogita.
30 Nov: Goa Velha: SANTANA FERNANDES E NUNES; wife of late Andre, mother
of Richard/Anna, Stanley/Maria, Hilda/Michael and Ivy.
30 Nov: Cansaulim: ANDREW GAMA: husband of Francisca, father of Lashon.
30 Nov: Santa Cruz: MARIA ANA CAETANA MENDONCA: wife of late Manuel
Francisco, mother of John/Luisa, Bella/late Domnic, Bento, Sylvia/Jacinto,
Neves/Angela, Clement/Magdalena.
30 Nov: Rachol: MANUEL OLIVEIRA: HUSBAND OF Ancess Maria, father of
Isidorio, Marconi, Jordan.

G O A W E A T H E R
Max temp: 35.2 degC; Min temp: 22.3 degC; Humidity: 66% (Yesterday)
Weather: The early parts of the morning and the late evening enjoy cool
weather these days in Goa.

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

JOEL D'SOUZA
Assagao-Goa-India.
Joel D'Souza
2004-12-01 04:47:22 UTC
Permalink
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
Dec 01, 2004

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: "Gelolo portun enam." (No one goes away and then
comes back.) "domnic fernandes" <jyodom at hotmail.com>

"EXPOSITION 2004" PHOTO FEATURE: A small photo feature on the Exposition
of the Sacred Remains of St Francis Xavier which opened at Old Goa on
November 21. Please Check at
http://goacom.com/goanow/exposition/Exposition2004.htm

RAMPAGING ELEPHANTS ENTER MHADEI VALLEY: Not far from Goa's border at Terwan
Medhe, the forest department had initiated the 'Elephants, Back to Home'
mission in co-ordination with other agencies, to drive away rampaging
elephants in the catchment area of the Tillari dam. But there are reports
that it has failed and the belligerent pachderms have retreated into the
Mhadei valley. Two of the trained elephants to be engaged in the novel
mission turned wild and the forest department officials had no option but to
push them in truck and send them back.14 of the elephants moved away from
Tillari and entered Goa's order at Surla on Saturday (Nov 27), and caused
some damage to the banana plantations in the rooftop village, according to
Mhadei Bachao Abhiyan secretary, Rajendra Kerkar. (GT)

PIRACY TAKES CENTRE STAGE: The issue of film and music piracy figured at the
International Film Festival of India with film professionals calling for
concerted efforts to deal with the menace even as the Union Minister for
Information and Broadcasting, Jaipal Reddy, said he would involve chief
ministers of all the States on implementing laws against piracy. A
45-minutes trailer, launched simultaneously in 40-member countries by the
Motion Picture Association of America, was inaugurated by the Minister
during the inauguration of the Indian Panorama section at the INOX
multiplex. (H)

GOA RIGHT CHOICE : The noted film producer-director, Mr Vidhu Vinod Chopra,
said that shifting the International Film Festival of India to Goa has
emancipated the event from the typical "Babudom" of Delhi. Earlier, veteran
film director, Mr Yash Chopra, inaugurated the Indian mainstream film
section of the film festival with screening of the film "Munnabhai MBBS",
produced and co-scripted by Mr Vidhu Chopra. Chopra lauded the Chief
Minister, Mr Manohar Parrikar, for delivering what he had promised in view
of holding the film festival in Goa. "The grit of Mr Parrikar is worth
applauding," he observed. Later speaking to The Navhind Times, Mr Vidhu
Vinod Chopra acknowledged that Goa has the right mood for the film festival.
"This is a film festival, not a science seminar or a finance convention, and
creation of right mood is of paramount importance," he pointed out. (NT)

IFFI DRAWS HUGE CROWD: On Monday there was no film screening on the Miramar
beach. But it was clear that the best option for the music lovers to move to
Miramar. Thousands of people, including delegates and top film officials
converged on the beach much to the surprise of the organizers. There was a
live band playing. Famous director Yash Chopra also made a mention of the
beach during a programme at Inox multiplex. One ay two of IFFI, the main
attraction on the Miramar beach was "Mission Impossible". By 7.30 pm, the
roads leading to Miramar were being battered from both sides. Parking
continues to be a major problem at Miramar. (H)

AT CAMPAL PROMENADE: The second day of the 35th International Film festival
of India saw a crowd enjoying the multitude of entertainment on offer at the
picturesque Campal promenade. The street was lined up with spectators
watching the variety of programmes that included street clowns walking on
stilts, folk dancers, a live band "Brothers-in-Arms", an orchestra, a
magician, a mime artiste and other entertainment events. Folk dancers from
Quepem, Kepechim Kirnam, attracted quite an audience who watched the troupe
dancing to the lively rhythmic folk songs. (H)

TECHNICAL SNAG: During the premier screening of "The Forgotten" by Joseph
Ruben at the Kala Academy at 5.30 pm, there was a 30-second pause caused by
a technical sang that resulted in a failure of the sound system, followed by
another disturbance caused by the focus lights directed towards the screen.
This raised howls of protest from the audience of delegates."The Forgotten"
drew wide applause for its beautiful cinematography and sound effects,
besides its unique story line. (H)

THE SHOW MUST GO ON: We can step aside and grill Chief Minister Parrikar on
lapses, loopholes and lack of complete transparency but even if that
criticism may be valid, it still does not take away from the work both he
and the Directorate of Film Festivals has put in to give Goa IFFI. And that
too in the face of a severe financial crunch where Goa was deprived of much
needed Central funds. To accept this reality and to take up the challenge to
deliver counts a lot. And Goa needs to acknowledge that. (Edit in GT)

COLVA COPS SEEK HELP OF INTERPOL: The Colva police on Tuesday (Nov 30)
sought the assistance of Interpol to ascertain the antecedents of the
67-year-old German national arrested in a rape case, even as the medical
examination report confirmed that the minor girl was sexually abused a month
ago. The German national was remanded to four days police custody. (H)

ARRESTED ON KIDNAPPING CHARGE: Margao police have arrested two motorcycle
'pilots', Rajesh G Sambhari and Johnson Furtado, from Margao, for allegedly
kidnapping Manjula Ramaya Mooka, hailing from Shimoga, Karnataka. (GT)

BODY FOUND: One Raja Linga Kurade (45), a resident of Moira, was found dead
on the main road at Kalizor-Moira. (GT)

BETUL LOCALS AGAINST FISH DRYING: If Bauxite ore mining on the
Naqueri-Quitol plateau drew sustained violent protests from the locals, fish
drying activity on the plateau near Betul is facing uncertain times this
season. (H)

NEW PUC POLICY: All Pollution Under Control certificates issued (for
vehicles) in the State will be valid only upto March 31 in view of a new
scheme which is proposed to be introduced next year. (H)

EXHIBITION ON AIDS: The Tuberculosis Association of Goa, as a part of health
educational activities, will organise its 13th annual exhibition on AIDS and
TB from today on the occasion of World AIDS Day, at the Tuberculosis
Association of Goa, Nizari Bhavan, Panaji. It will be on display till 31
December. (GT)

IFFI PROGRAMME SCHEDULE: 29th November top 09th December 2004
- Kala Academy: La Espera (Urguay) at 11.30 am; A Closer Walk (USA) at
3.00 pm; Yesterday (South Africa) at 5.30 pm; 18 J (Argentina) at 8.30 pm.
- Kala Academy: Konkani play Bhangarallem Goem. (At the Large
Amphitheatre from 6.30 pm onwards).
- CORNICE STAGE 1: (Opp. Old GMC) Invocation by Niriksha Kane; vocal
concert by Ajit Kumar Kadkade. (No entry pass required).
- CORNICE STAGE 2: (Opp Dempo House): Vandemaatraam dance by Sadvi
Naik; performance by Siddhivinayay, Mardol sitar recital by Yograj broker;
song and dance by Akshada and Akash; from 6.30 pm to 9.30 pm. (No Entry pass
required).
- Beach Cinema: 'DHOOM" (Hindi) at Mirmar Beach from 6.00 pm
onwards. (No Entry pass required.
- IFFI Amusement Park at Bhagwan Mahaveer Bal Vihar: fancy dress
competition, amusement rides, entertainment galore, from 4.00 pm to 7.00 pm.
(No entry pass required)
- Street Animation: Old GMC building to Kala Academy: Tattoo
artists, face painters, unicyclists, jugglers, palmists, tarot card readers,
mime artists, rice carvers, hair braiders, rope walking local bands and much
more from 10.00 pm to 9.30 pm (No entry charge or pass required)
- Installing the Beach: Exhibition of Installation Art by Subodh
Kerkar at the Miramar Beach (No entry charge of pass required)
- MOBILE BEACH CINEMA: "Dhoom" at Colva Beach from 6.00 pm onwards.
(No entry pass required).

S P O R T S

SPORTING STUN EAST BENGAL: Sporting Clube de Goa stunned East Bengal 1-0 to
storm into the semi-finals of the Federation Cup Football tournament at
Shree Kanteerava Stadium in Bangalore on November 30 evening. Captain and
Nigerian import Mac Pherlin Dudu scored a superb header off a Joseph Pereira
pass in the dying minutes of the match to take the Goan team into the last
four stage. (GT)

AREAL WIN: Sao Jose de Areal won the ninth Cavelossim Panchayat Cup football
tournament organised by Santa Cruz Sports Association defeated Young
Strikers, Benaulim, 4-3 via the tie-breaker in a pulsating final at Fr
Druston and Wellington ground, Cavelossim, on November 28. (GT)

D E A T H S
30 Nov: Merces: FILIPE DOMACENO DIAS; husband of Maria, father of Mansio
and Melissa.
28 Nov: DWARKANATH K SIRSAT (freedom fighter); husband of Sumitra, father
of Yogesh, Dr Anita,Yogita.
30 Nov: Goa Velha: SANTANA FERNANDES E NUNES; wife of late Andre, mother
of Richard/Anna, Stanley/Maria, Hilda/Michael and Ivy.
30 Nov: Cansaulim: ANDREW GAMA: husband of Francisca, father of Lashon.
30 Nov: Santa Cruz: MARIA ANA CAETANA MENDONCA: wife of late Manuel
Francisco, mother of John/Luisa, Bella/late Domnic, Bento, Sylvia/Jacinto,
Neves/Angela, Clement/Magdalena.
30 Nov: Rachol: MANUEL OLIVEIRA: HUSBAND OF Ancess Maria, father of
Isidorio, Marconi, Jordan.

G O A W E A T H E R
Max temp: 35.2 degC; Min temp: 22.3 degC; Humidity: 66% (Yesterday)
Weather: The early parts of the morning and the late evening enjoy cool
weather these days in Goa.

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

JOEL D'SOUZA
Assagao-Goa-India.
Joel D'Souza
2004-12-01 04:47:22 UTC
Permalink
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
Dec 01, 2004

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: "Gelolo portun enam." (No one goes away and then
comes back.) "domnic fernandes" <jyodom at hotmail.com>

"EXPOSITION 2004" PHOTO FEATURE: A small photo feature on the Exposition
of the Sacred Remains of St Francis Xavier which opened at Old Goa on
November 21. Please Check at
http://goacom.com/goanow/exposition/Exposition2004.htm

RAMPAGING ELEPHANTS ENTER MHADEI VALLEY: Not far from Goa's border at Terwan
Medhe, the forest department had initiated the 'Elephants, Back to Home'
mission in co-ordination with other agencies, to drive away rampaging
elephants in the catchment area of the Tillari dam. But there are reports
that it has failed and the belligerent pachderms have retreated into the
Mhadei valley. Two of the trained elephants to be engaged in the novel
mission turned wild and the forest department officials had no option but to
push them in truck and send them back.14 of the elephants moved away from
Tillari and entered Goa's order at Surla on Saturday (Nov 27), and caused
some damage to the banana plantations in the rooftop village, according to
Mhadei Bachao Abhiyan secretary, Rajendra Kerkar. (GT)

PIRACY TAKES CENTRE STAGE: The issue of film and music piracy figured at the
International Film Festival of India with film professionals calling for
concerted efforts to deal with the menace even as the Union Minister for
Information and Broadcasting, Jaipal Reddy, said he would involve chief
ministers of all the States on implementing laws against piracy. A
45-minutes trailer, launched simultaneously in 40-member countries by the
Motion Picture Association of America, was inaugurated by the Minister
during the inauguration of the Indian Panorama section at the INOX
multiplex. (H)

GOA RIGHT CHOICE : The noted film producer-director, Mr Vidhu Vinod Chopra,
said that shifting the International Film Festival of India to Goa has
emancipated the event from the typical "Babudom" of Delhi. Earlier, veteran
film director, Mr Yash Chopra, inaugurated the Indian mainstream film
section of the film festival with screening of the film "Munnabhai MBBS",
produced and co-scripted by Mr Vidhu Chopra. Chopra lauded the Chief
Minister, Mr Manohar Parrikar, for delivering what he had promised in view
of holding the film festival in Goa. "The grit of Mr Parrikar is worth
applauding," he observed. Later speaking to The Navhind Times, Mr Vidhu
Vinod Chopra acknowledged that Goa has the right mood for the film festival.
"This is a film festival, not a science seminar or a finance convention, and
creation of right mood is of paramount importance," he pointed out. (NT)

IFFI DRAWS HUGE CROWD: On Monday there was no film screening on the Miramar
beach. But it was clear that the best option for the music lovers to move to
Miramar. Thousands of people, including delegates and top film officials
converged on the beach much to the surprise of the organizers. There was a
live band playing. Famous director Yash Chopra also made a mention of the
beach during a programme at Inox multiplex. One ay two of IFFI, the main
attraction on the Miramar beach was "Mission Impossible". By 7.30 pm, the
roads leading to Miramar were being battered from both sides. Parking
continues to be a major problem at Miramar. (H)

AT CAMPAL PROMENADE: The second day of the 35th International Film festival
of India saw a crowd enjoying the multitude of entertainment on offer at the
picturesque Campal promenade. The street was lined up with spectators
watching the variety of programmes that included street clowns walking on
stilts, folk dancers, a live band "Brothers-in-Arms", an orchestra, a
magician, a mime artiste and other entertainment events. Folk dancers from
Quepem, Kepechim Kirnam, attracted quite an audience who watched the troupe
dancing to the lively rhythmic folk songs. (H)

TECHNICAL SNAG: During the premier screening of "The Forgotten" by Joseph
Ruben at the Kala Academy at 5.30 pm, there was a 30-second pause caused by
a technical sang that resulted in a failure of the sound system, followed by
another disturbance caused by the focus lights directed towards the screen.
This raised howls of protest from the audience of delegates."The Forgotten"
drew wide applause for its beautiful cinematography and sound effects,
besides its unique story line. (H)

THE SHOW MUST GO ON: We can step aside and grill Chief Minister Parrikar on
lapses, loopholes and lack of complete transparency but even if that
criticism may be valid, it still does not take away from the work both he
and the Directorate of Film Festivals has put in to give Goa IFFI. And that
too in the face of a severe financial crunch where Goa was deprived of much
needed Central funds. To accept this reality and to take up the challenge to
deliver counts a lot. And Goa needs to acknowledge that. (Edit in GT)

COLVA COPS SEEK HELP OF INTERPOL: The Colva police on Tuesday (Nov 30)
sought the assistance of Interpol to ascertain the antecedents of the
67-year-old German national arrested in a rape case, even as the medical
examination report confirmed that the minor girl was sexually abused a month
ago. The German national was remanded to four days police custody. (H)

ARRESTED ON KIDNAPPING CHARGE: Margao police have arrested two motorcycle
'pilots', Rajesh G Sambhari and Johnson Furtado, from Margao, for allegedly
kidnapping Manjula Ramaya Mooka, hailing from Shimoga, Karnataka. (GT)

BODY FOUND: One Raja Linga Kurade (45), a resident of Moira, was found dead
on the main road at Kalizor-Moira. (GT)

BETUL LOCALS AGAINST FISH DRYING: If Bauxite ore mining on the
Naqueri-Quitol plateau drew sustained violent protests from the locals, fish
drying activity on the plateau near Betul is facing uncertain times this
season. (H)

NEW PUC POLICY: All Pollution Under Control certificates issued (for
vehicles) in the State will be valid only upto March 31 in view of a new
scheme which is proposed to be introduced next year. (H)

EXHIBITION ON AIDS: The Tuberculosis Association of Goa, as a part of health
educational activities, will organise its 13th annual exhibition on AIDS and
TB from today on the occasion of World AIDS Day, at the Tuberculosis
Association of Goa, Nizari Bhavan, Panaji. It will be on display till 31
December. (GT)

IFFI PROGRAMME SCHEDULE: 29th November top 09th December 2004
- Kala Academy: La Espera (Urguay) at 11.30 am; A Closer Walk (USA) at
3.00 pm; Yesterday (South Africa) at 5.30 pm; 18 J (Argentina) at 8.30 pm.
- Kala Academy: Konkani play Bhangarallem Goem. (At the Large
Amphitheatre from 6.30 pm onwards).
- CORNICE STAGE 1: (Opp. Old GMC) Invocation by Niriksha Kane; vocal
concert by Ajit Kumar Kadkade. (No entry pass required).
- CORNICE STAGE 2: (Opp Dempo House): Vandemaatraam dance by Sadvi
Naik; performance by Siddhivinayay, Mardol sitar recital by Yograj broker;
song and dance by Akshada and Akash; from 6.30 pm to 9.30 pm. (No Entry pass
required).
- Beach Cinema: 'DHOOM" (Hindi) at Mirmar Beach from 6.00 pm
onwards. (No Entry pass required.
- IFFI Amusement Park at Bhagwan Mahaveer Bal Vihar: fancy dress
competition, amusement rides, entertainment galore, from 4.00 pm to 7.00 pm.
(No entry pass required)
- Street Animation: Old GMC building to Kala Academy: Tattoo
artists, face painters, unicyclists, jugglers, palmists, tarot card readers,
mime artists, rice carvers, hair braiders, rope walking local bands and much
more from 10.00 pm to 9.30 pm (No entry charge or pass required)
- Installing the Beach: Exhibition of Installation Art by Subodh
Kerkar at the Miramar Beach (No entry charge of pass required)
- MOBILE BEACH CINEMA: "Dhoom" at Colva Beach from 6.00 pm onwards.
(No entry pass required).

S P O R T S

SPORTING STUN EAST BENGAL: Sporting Clube de Goa stunned East Bengal 1-0 to
storm into the semi-finals of the Federation Cup Football tournament at
Shree Kanteerava Stadium in Bangalore on November 30 evening. Captain and
Nigerian import Mac Pherlin Dudu scored a superb header off a Joseph Pereira
pass in the dying minutes of the match to take the Goan team into the last
four stage. (GT)

AREAL WIN: Sao Jose de Areal won the ninth Cavelossim Panchayat Cup football
tournament organised by Santa Cruz Sports Association defeated Young
Strikers, Benaulim, 4-3 via the tie-breaker in a pulsating final at Fr
Druston and Wellington ground, Cavelossim, on November 28. (GT)

D E A T H S
30 Nov: Merces: FILIPE DOMACENO DIAS; husband of Maria, father of Mansio
and Melissa.
28 Nov: DWARKANATH K SIRSAT (freedom fighter); husband of Sumitra, father
of Yogesh, Dr Anita,Yogita.
30 Nov: Goa Velha: SANTANA FERNANDES E NUNES; wife of late Andre, mother
of Richard/Anna, Stanley/Maria, Hilda/Michael and Ivy.
30 Nov: Cansaulim: ANDREW GAMA: husband of Francisca, father of Lashon.
30 Nov: Santa Cruz: MARIA ANA CAETANA MENDONCA: wife of late Manuel
Francisco, mother of John/Luisa, Bella/late Domnic, Bento, Sylvia/Jacinto,
Neves/Angela, Clement/Magdalena.
30 Nov: Rachol: MANUEL OLIVEIRA: HUSBAND OF Ancess Maria, father of
Isidorio, Marconi, Jordan.

G O A W E A T H E R
Max temp: 35.2 degC; Min temp: 22.3 degC; Humidity: 66% (Yesterday)
Weather: The early parts of the morning and the late evening enjoy cool
weather these days in Goa.

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

JOEL D'SOUZA
Assagao-Goa-India.
Joel D'Souza
2004-12-01 04:47:22 UTC
Permalink
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
Dec 01, 2004

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: "Gelolo portun enam." (No one goes away and then
comes back.) "domnic fernandes" <jyodom at hotmail.com>

"EXPOSITION 2004" PHOTO FEATURE: A small photo feature on the Exposition
of the Sacred Remains of St Francis Xavier which opened at Old Goa on
November 21. Please Check at
http://goacom.com/goanow/exposition/Exposition2004.htm

RAMPAGING ELEPHANTS ENTER MHADEI VALLEY: Not far from Goa's border at Terwan
Medhe, the forest department had initiated the 'Elephants, Back to Home'
mission in co-ordination with other agencies, to drive away rampaging
elephants in the catchment area of the Tillari dam. But there are reports
that it has failed and the belligerent pachderms have retreated into the
Mhadei valley. Two of the trained elephants to be engaged in the novel
mission turned wild and the forest department officials had no option but to
push them in truck and send them back.14 of the elephants moved away from
Tillari and entered Goa's order at Surla on Saturday (Nov 27), and caused
some damage to the banana plantations in the rooftop village, according to
Mhadei Bachao Abhiyan secretary, Rajendra Kerkar. (GT)

PIRACY TAKES CENTRE STAGE: The issue of film and music piracy figured at the
International Film Festival of India with film professionals calling for
concerted efforts to deal with the menace even as the Union Minister for
Information and Broadcasting, Jaipal Reddy, said he would involve chief
ministers of all the States on implementing laws against piracy. A
45-minutes trailer, launched simultaneously in 40-member countries by the
Motion Picture Association of America, was inaugurated by the Minister
during the inauguration of the Indian Panorama section at the INOX
multiplex. (H)

GOA RIGHT CHOICE : The noted film producer-director, Mr Vidhu Vinod Chopra,
said that shifting the International Film Festival of India to Goa has
emancipated the event from the typical "Babudom" of Delhi. Earlier, veteran
film director, Mr Yash Chopra, inaugurated the Indian mainstream film
section of the film festival with screening of the film "Munnabhai MBBS",
produced and co-scripted by Mr Vidhu Chopra. Chopra lauded the Chief
Minister, Mr Manohar Parrikar, for delivering what he had promised in view
of holding the film festival in Goa. "The grit of Mr Parrikar is worth
applauding," he observed. Later speaking to The Navhind Times, Mr Vidhu
Vinod Chopra acknowledged that Goa has the right mood for the film festival.
"This is a film festival, not a science seminar or a finance convention, and
creation of right mood is of paramount importance," he pointed out. (NT)

IFFI DRAWS HUGE CROWD: On Monday there was no film screening on the Miramar
beach. But it was clear that the best option for the music lovers to move to
Miramar. Thousands of people, including delegates and top film officials
converged on the beach much to the surprise of the organizers. There was a
live band playing. Famous director Yash Chopra also made a mention of the
beach during a programme at Inox multiplex. One ay two of IFFI, the main
attraction on the Miramar beach was "Mission Impossible". By 7.30 pm, the
roads leading to Miramar were being battered from both sides. Parking
continues to be a major problem at Miramar. (H)

AT CAMPAL PROMENADE: The second day of the 35th International Film festival
of India saw a crowd enjoying the multitude of entertainment on offer at the
picturesque Campal promenade. The street was lined up with spectators
watching the variety of programmes that included street clowns walking on
stilts, folk dancers, a live band "Brothers-in-Arms", an orchestra, a
magician, a mime artiste and other entertainment events. Folk dancers from
Quepem, Kepechim Kirnam, attracted quite an audience who watched the troupe
dancing to the lively rhythmic folk songs. (H)

TECHNICAL SNAG: During the premier screening of "The Forgotten" by Joseph
Ruben at the Kala Academy at 5.30 pm, there was a 30-second pause caused by
a technical sang that resulted in a failure of the sound system, followed by
another disturbance caused by the focus lights directed towards the screen.
This raised howls of protest from the audience of delegates."The Forgotten"
drew wide applause for its beautiful cinematography and sound effects,
besides its unique story line. (H)

THE SHOW MUST GO ON: We can step aside and grill Chief Minister Parrikar on
lapses, loopholes and lack of complete transparency but even if that
criticism may be valid, it still does not take away from the work both he
and the Directorate of Film Festivals has put in to give Goa IFFI. And that
too in the face of a severe financial crunch where Goa was deprived of much
needed Central funds. To accept this reality and to take up the challenge to
deliver counts a lot. And Goa needs to acknowledge that. (Edit in GT)

COLVA COPS SEEK HELP OF INTERPOL: The Colva police on Tuesday (Nov 30)
sought the assistance of Interpol to ascertain the antecedents of the
67-year-old German national arrested in a rape case, even as the medical
examination report confirmed that the minor girl was sexually abused a month
ago. The German national was remanded to four days police custody. (H)

ARRESTED ON KIDNAPPING CHARGE: Margao police have arrested two motorcycle
'pilots', Rajesh G Sambhari and Johnson Furtado, from Margao, for allegedly
kidnapping Manjula Ramaya Mooka, hailing from Shimoga, Karnataka. (GT)

BODY FOUND: One Raja Linga Kurade (45), a resident of Moira, was found dead
on the main road at Kalizor-Moira. (GT)

BETUL LOCALS AGAINST FISH DRYING: If Bauxite ore mining on the
Naqueri-Quitol plateau drew sustained violent protests from the locals, fish
drying activity on the plateau near Betul is facing uncertain times this
season. (H)

NEW PUC POLICY: All Pollution Under Control certificates issued (for
vehicles) in the State will be valid only upto March 31 in view of a new
scheme which is proposed to be introduced next year. (H)

EXHIBITION ON AIDS: The Tuberculosis Association of Goa, as a part of health
educational activities, will organise its 13th annual exhibition on AIDS and
TB from today on the occasion of World AIDS Day, at the Tuberculosis
Association of Goa, Nizari Bhavan, Panaji. It will be on display till 31
December. (GT)

IFFI PROGRAMME SCHEDULE: 29th November top 09th December 2004
- Kala Academy: La Espera (Urguay) at 11.30 am; A Closer Walk (USA) at
3.00 pm; Yesterday (South Africa) at 5.30 pm; 18 J (Argentina) at 8.30 pm.
- Kala Academy: Konkani play Bhangarallem Goem. (At the Large
Amphitheatre from 6.30 pm onwards).
- CORNICE STAGE 1: (Opp. Old GMC) Invocation by Niriksha Kane; vocal
concert by Ajit Kumar Kadkade. (No entry pass required).
- CORNICE STAGE 2: (Opp Dempo House): Vandemaatraam dance by Sadvi
Naik; performance by Siddhivinayay, Mardol sitar recital by Yograj broker;
song and dance by Akshada and Akash; from 6.30 pm to 9.30 pm. (No Entry pass
required).
- Beach Cinema: 'DHOOM" (Hindi) at Mirmar Beach from 6.00 pm
onwards. (No Entry pass required.
- IFFI Amusement Park at Bhagwan Mahaveer Bal Vihar: fancy dress
competition, amusement rides, entertainment galore, from 4.00 pm to 7.00 pm.
(No entry pass required)
- Street Animation: Old GMC building to Kala Academy: Tattoo
artists, face painters, unicyclists, jugglers, palmists, tarot card readers,
mime artists, rice carvers, hair braiders, rope walking local bands and much
more from 10.00 pm to 9.30 pm (No entry charge or pass required)
- Installing the Beach: Exhibition of Installation Art by Subodh
Kerkar at the Miramar Beach (No entry charge of pass required)
- MOBILE BEACH CINEMA: "Dhoom" at Colva Beach from 6.00 pm onwards.
(No entry pass required).

S P O R T S

SPORTING STUN EAST BENGAL: Sporting Clube de Goa stunned East Bengal 1-0 to
storm into the semi-finals of the Federation Cup Football tournament at
Shree Kanteerava Stadium in Bangalore on November 30 evening. Captain and
Nigerian import Mac Pherlin Dudu scored a superb header off a Joseph Pereira
pass in the dying minutes of the match to take the Goan team into the last
four stage. (GT)

AREAL WIN: Sao Jose de Areal won the ninth Cavelossim Panchayat Cup football
tournament organised by Santa Cruz Sports Association defeated Young
Strikers, Benaulim, 4-3 via the tie-breaker in a pulsating final at Fr
Druston and Wellington ground, Cavelossim, on November 28. (GT)

D E A T H S
30 Nov: Merces: FILIPE DOMACENO DIAS; husband of Maria, father of Mansio
and Melissa.
28 Nov: DWARKANATH K SIRSAT (freedom fighter); husband of Sumitra, father
of Yogesh, Dr Anita,Yogita.
30 Nov: Goa Velha: SANTANA FERNANDES E NUNES; wife of late Andre, mother
of Richard/Anna, Stanley/Maria, Hilda/Michael and Ivy.
30 Nov: Cansaulim: ANDREW GAMA: husband of Francisca, father of Lashon.
30 Nov: Santa Cruz: MARIA ANA CAETANA MENDONCA: wife of late Manuel
Francisco, mother of John/Luisa, Bella/late Domnic, Bento, Sylvia/Jacinto,
Neves/Angela, Clement/Magdalena.
30 Nov: Rachol: MANUEL OLIVEIRA: HUSBAND OF Ancess Maria, father of
Isidorio, Marconi, Jordan.

G O A W E A T H E R
Max temp: 35.2 degC; Min temp: 22.3 degC; Humidity: 66% (Yesterday)
Weather: The early parts of the morning and the late evening enjoy cool
weather these days in Goa.

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

JOEL D'SOUZA
Assagao-Goa-India.
Joel D'Souza
2004-12-01 04:47:22 UTC
Permalink
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
Dec 01, 2004

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: "Gelolo portun enam." (No one goes away and then
comes back.) "domnic fernandes" <jyodom at hotmail.com>

"EXPOSITION 2004" PHOTO FEATURE: A small photo feature on the Exposition
of the Sacred Remains of St Francis Xavier which opened at Old Goa on
November 21. Please Check at
http://goacom.com/goanow/exposition/Exposition2004.htm

RAMPAGING ELEPHANTS ENTER MHADEI VALLEY: Not far from Goa's border at Terwan
Medhe, the forest department had initiated the 'Elephants, Back to Home'
mission in co-ordination with other agencies, to drive away rampaging
elephants in the catchment area of the Tillari dam. But there are reports
that it has failed and the belligerent pachderms have retreated into the
Mhadei valley. Two of the trained elephants to be engaged in the novel
mission turned wild and the forest department officials had no option but to
push them in truck and send them back.14 of the elephants moved away from
Tillari and entered Goa's order at Surla on Saturday (Nov 27), and caused
some damage to the banana plantations in the rooftop village, according to
Mhadei Bachao Abhiyan secretary, Rajendra Kerkar. (GT)

PIRACY TAKES CENTRE STAGE: The issue of film and music piracy figured at the
International Film Festival of India with film professionals calling for
concerted efforts to deal with the menace even as the Union Minister for
Information and Broadcasting, Jaipal Reddy, said he would involve chief
ministers of all the States on implementing laws against piracy. A
45-minutes trailer, launched simultaneously in 40-member countries by the
Motion Picture Association of America, was inaugurated by the Minister
during the inauguration of the Indian Panorama section at the INOX
multiplex. (H)

GOA RIGHT CHOICE : The noted film producer-director, Mr Vidhu Vinod Chopra,
said that shifting the International Film Festival of India to Goa has
emancipated the event from the typical "Babudom" of Delhi. Earlier, veteran
film director, Mr Yash Chopra, inaugurated the Indian mainstream film
section of the film festival with screening of the film "Munnabhai MBBS",
produced and co-scripted by Mr Vidhu Chopra. Chopra lauded the Chief
Minister, Mr Manohar Parrikar, for delivering what he had promised in view
of holding the film festival in Goa. "The grit of Mr Parrikar is worth
applauding," he observed. Later speaking to The Navhind Times, Mr Vidhu
Vinod Chopra acknowledged that Goa has the right mood for the film festival.
"This is a film festival, not a science seminar or a finance convention, and
creation of right mood is of paramount importance," he pointed out. (NT)

IFFI DRAWS HUGE CROWD: On Monday there was no film screening on the Miramar
beach. But it was clear that the best option for the music lovers to move to
Miramar. Thousands of people, including delegates and top film officials
converged on the beach much to the surprise of the organizers. There was a
live band playing. Famous director Yash Chopra also made a mention of the
beach during a programme at Inox multiplex. One ay two of IFFI, the main
attraction on the Miramar beach was "Mission Impossible". By 7.30 pm, the
roads leading to Miramar were being battered from both sides. Parking
continues to be a major problem at Miramar. (H)

AT CAMPAL PROMENADE: The second day of the 35th International Film festival
of India saw a crowd enjoying the multitude of entertainment on offer at the
picturesque Campal promenade. The street was lined up with spectators
watching the variety of programmes that included street clowns walking on
stilts, folk dancers, a live band "Brothers-in-Arms", an orchestra, a
magician, a mime artiste and other entertainment events. Folk dancers from
Quepem, Kepechim Kirnam, attracted quite an audience who watched the troupe
dancing to the lively rhythmic folk songs. (H)

TECHNICAL SNAG: During the premier screening of "The Forgotten" by Joseph
Ruben at the Kala Academy at 5.30 pm, there was a 30-second pause caused by
a technical sang that resulted in a failure of the sound system, followed by
another disturbance caused by the focus lights directed towards the screen.
This raised howls of protest from the audience of delegates."The Forgotten"
drew wide applause for its beautiful cinematography and sound effects,
besides its unique story line. (H)

THE SHOW MUST GO ON: We can step aside and grill Chief Minister Parrikar on
lapses, loopholes and lack of complete transparency but even if that
criticism may be valid, it still does not take away from the work both he
and the Directorate of Film Festivals has put in to give Goa IFFI. And that
too in the face of a severe financial crunch where Goa was deprived of much
needed Central funds. To accept this reality and to take up the challenge to
deliver counts a lot. And Goa needs to acknowledge that. (Edit in GT)

COLVA COPS SEEK HELP OF INTERPOL: The Colva police on Tuesday (Nov 30)
sought the assistance of Interpol to ascertain the antecedents of the
67-year-old German national arrested in a rape case, even as the medical
examination report confirmed that the minor girl was sexually abused a month
ago. The German national was remanded to four days police custody. (H)

ARRESTED ON KIDNAPPING CHARGE: Margao police have arrested two motorcycle
'pilots', Rajesh G Sambhari and Johnson Furtado, from Margao, for allegedly
kidnapping Manjula Ramaya Mooka, hailing from Shimoga, Karnataka. (GT)

BODY FOUND: One Raja Linga Kurade (45), a resident of Moira, was found dead
on the main road at Kalizor-Moira. (GT)

BETUL LOCALS AGAINST FISH DRYING: If Bauxite ore mining on the
Naqueri-Quitol plateau drew sustained violent protests from the locals, fish
drying activity on the plateau near Betul is facing uncertain times this
season. (H)

NEW PUC POLICY: All Pollution Under Control certificates issued (for
vehicles) in the State will be valid only upto March 31 in view of a new
scheme which is proposed to be introduced next year. (H)

EXHIBITION ON AIDS: The Tuberculosis Association of Goa, as a part of health
educational activities, will organise its 13th annual exhibition on AIDS and
TB from today on the occasion of World AIDS Day, at the Tuberculosis
Association of Goa, Nizari Bhavan, Panaji. It will be on display till 31
December. (GT)

IFFI PROGRAMME SCHEDULE: 29th November top 09th December 2004
- Kala Academy: La Espera (Urguay) at 11.30 am; A Closer Walk (USA) at
3.00 pm; Yesterday (South Africa) at 5.30 pm; 18 J (Argentina) at 8.30 pm.
- Kala Academy: Konkani play Bhangarallem Goem. (At the Large
Amphitheatre from 6.30 pm onwards).
- CORNICE STAGE 1: (Opp. Old GMC) Invocation by Niriksha Kane; vocal
concert by Ajit Kumar Kadkade. (No entry pass required).
- CORNICE STAGE 2: (Opp Dempo House): Vandemaatraam dance by Sadvi
Naik; performance by Siddhivinayay, Mardol sitar recital by Yograj broker;
song and dance by Akshada and Akash; from 6.30 pm to 9.30 pm. (No Entry pass
required).
- Beach Cinema: 'DHOOM" (Hindi) at Mirmar Beach from 6.00 pm
onwards. (No Entry pass required.
- IFFI Amusement Park at Bhagwan Mahaveer Bal Vihar: fancy dress
competition, amusement rides, entertainment galore, from 4.00 pm to 7.00 pm.
(No entry pass required)
- Street Animation: Old GMC building to Kala Academy: Tattoo
artists, face painters, unicyclists, jugglers, palmists, tarot card readers,
mime artists, rice carvers, hair braiders, rope walking local bands and much
more from 10.00 pm to 9.30 pm (No entry charge or pass required)
- Installing the Beach: Exhibition of Installation Art by Subodh
Kerkar at the Miramar Beach (No entry charge of pass required)
- MOBILE BEACH CINEMA: "Dhoom" at Colva Beach from 6.00 pm onwards.
(No entry pass required).

S P O R T S

SPORTING STUN EAST BENGAL: Sporting Clube de Goa stunned East Bengal 1-0 to
storm into the semi-finals of the Federation Cup Football tournament at
Shree Kanteerava Stadium in Bangalore on November 30 evening. Captain and
Nigerian import Mac Pherlin Dudu scored a superb header off a Joseph Pereira
pass in the dying minutes of the match to take the Goan team into the last
four stage. (GT)

AREAL WIN: Sao Jose de Areal won the ninth Cavelossim Panchayat Cup football
tournament organised by Santa Cruz Sports Association defeated Young
Strikers, Benaulim, 4-3 via the tie-breaker in a pulsating final at Fr
Druston and Wellington ground, Cavelossim, on November 28. (GT)

D E A T H S
30 Nov: Merces: FILIPE DOMACENO DIAS; husband of Maria, father of Mansio
and Melissa.
28 Nov: DWARKANATH K SIRSAT (freedom fighter); husband of Sumitra, father
of Yogesh, Dr Anita,Yogita.
30 Nov: Goa Velha: SANTANA FERNANDES E NUNES; wife of late Andre, mother
of Richard/Anna, Stanley/Maria, Hilda/Michael and Ivy.
30 Nov: Cansaulim: ANDREW GAMA: husband of Francisca, father of Lashon.
30 Nov: Santa Cruz: MARIA ANA CAETANA MENDONCA: wife of late Manuel
Francisco, mother of John/Luisa, Bella/late Domnic, Bento, Sylvia/Jacinto,
Neves/Angela, Clement/Magdalena.
30 Nov: Rachol: MANUEL OLIVEIRA: HUSBAND OF Ancess Maria, father of
Isidorio, Marconi, Jordan.

G O A W E A T H E R
Max temp: 35.2 degC; Min temp: 22.3 degC; Humidity: 66% (Yesterday)
Weather: The early parts of the morning and the late evening enjoy cool
weather these days in Goa.

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

JOEL D'SOUZA
Assagao-Goa-India.
Seb dc
2004-12-01 09:16:07 UTC
Permalink
Goanetters, do enjoy the movie shot in our own backyard(salcete)

hAVE a nICE dAY!!
Seb
Post by Joel D'Souza
IFFI PROGRAMME SCHEDULE: 29th November top 09th December 2004
- Beach Cinema: 'DHOOM" (Hindi) at Mirmar Beach from 6.00 pm
onwards. (No Entry pass required.
- MOBILE BEACH CINEMA: "Dhoom" at Colva Beach from 6.00 pm onwards.
(No entry pass required).
Thomas R. Fernandes
2004-12-01 15:17:06 UTC
Permalink
Hello Joel,

I am proud that you and your team at goanet are doing an excellent job. This
effort of you helps a lot of goans to keep in touch with our motherland
while we continue our lives working away from Goa. You efforts need special
applaud since it is so concise that you need not read a whole article from a
local paper.

I was just going through the photo feature of the Exposition of our Patron
Saint which is below. The date needs to be corrected in the link. It is
wrongly mentioned as 21 November 2005 (the date of the starting of the
exposition instead of 21-11-2004).

Bye and regards, keep up the good work.


Regards,

Thomas Fernandes

-----Original Message-----
From: Joel D'Souza [mailto:joel3 at goacom.com]
Sent: Wednesday, December 01, 2004 9:57 AM
To: goanet-news at goanet.org
Subject: [Goanet-news]01 DEC 2004: GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS


##########################################################################
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GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
Dec 01, 2004

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: "Gelolo portun enam." (No one goes away and then
comes back.) "domnic fernandes" <jyodom at hotmail.com>

"EXPOSITION 2004" PHOTO FEATURE: A small photo feature on the Exposition
of the Sacred Remains of St Francis Xavier which opened at Old Goa on
November 21. Please Check at
http://goacom.com/goanow/exposition/Exposition2004.htm




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Seb dc
2004-12-01 09:16:07 UTC
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Goanetters, do enjoy the movie shot in our own backyard(salcete)

hAVE a nICE dAY!!
Seb
Post by Joel D'Souza
IFFI PROGRAMME SCHEDULE: 29th November top 09th December 2004
- Beach Cinema: 'DHOOM" (Hindi) at Mirmar Beach from 6.00 pm
onwards. (No Entry pass required.
- MOBILE BEACH CINEMA: "Dhoom" at Colva Beach from 6.00 pm onwards.
(No entry pass required).
Thomas R. Fernandes
2004-12-01 15:17:06 UTC
Permalink
Hello Joel,

I am proud that you and your team at goanet are doing an excellent job. This
effort of you helps a lot of goans to keep in touch with our motherland
while we continue our lives working away from Goa. You efforts need special
applaud since it is so concise that you need not read a whole article from a
local paper.

I was just going through the photo feature of the Exposition of our Patron
Saint which is below. The date needs to be corrected in the link. It is
wrongly mentioned as 21 November 2005 (the date of the starting of the
exposition instead of 21-11-2004).

Bye and regards, keep up the good work.


Regards,

Thomas Fernandes

-----Original Message-----
From: Joel D'Souza [mailto:joel3 at goacom.com]
Sent: Wednesday, December 01, 2004 9:57 AM
To: goanet-news at goanet.org
Subject: [Goanet-news]01 DEC 2004: GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS


##########################################################################
# Don't just read the news... discuss it. Learn more about Goa via Goanet#
# Goanet is a 10-year-old network launched by Herman Carneiro in 1994. #
# See all archives http://news.gmane.org/gmane.culture.region.india.goa/ #
# To join, write to viviana at goanet.org and ask to join GoanetDigest. #
##########################################################################

GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
Dec 01, 2004

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: "Gelolo portun enam." (No one goes away and then
comes back.) "domnic fernandes" <jyodom at hotmail.com>

"EXPOSITION 2004" PHOTO FEATURE: A small photo feature on the Exposition
of the Sacred Remains of St Francis Xavier which opened at Old Goa on
November 21. Please Check at
http://goacom.com/goanow/exposition/Exposition2004.htm




##########################################################################
Goa's premier mailing list Goanet - http://www.goanet.org is 10 years old
today
Seb dc
2004-12-01 09:16:07 UTC
Permalink
Goanetters, do enjoy the movie shot in our own backyard(salcete)

hAVE a nICE dAY!!
Seb
Post by Joel D'Souza
IFFI PROGRAMME SCHEDULE: 29th November top 09th December 2004
- Beach Cinema: 'DHOOM" (Hindi) at Mirmar Beach from 6.00 pm
onwards. (No Entry pass required.
- MOBILE BEACH CINEMA: "Dhoom" at Colva Beach from 6.00 pm onwards.
(No entry pass required).
Thomas R. Fernandes
2004-12-01 15:17:06 UTC
Permalink
Hello Joel,

I am proud that you and your team at goanet are doing an excellent job. This
effort of you helps a lot of goans to keep in touch with our motherland
while we continue our lives working away from Goa. You efforts need special
applaud since it is so concise that you need not read a whole article from a
local paper.

I was just going through the photo feature of the Exposition of our Patron
Saint which is below. The date needs to be corrected in the link. It is
wrongly mentioned as 21 November 2005 (the date of the starting of the
exposition instead of 21-11-2004).

Bye and regards, keep up the good work.


Regards,

Thomas Fernandes

-----Original Message-----
From: Joel D'Souza [mailto:joel3 at goacom.com]
Sent: Wednesday, December 01, 2004 9:57 AM
To: goanet-news at goanet.org
Subject: [Goanet-news]01 DEC 2004: GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS


##########################################################################
# Don't just read the news... discuss it. Learn more about Goa via Goanet#
# Goanet is a 10-year-old network launched by Herman Carneiro in 1994. #
# See all archives http://news.gmane.org/gmane.culture.region.india.goa/ #
# To join, write to viviana at goanet.org and ask to join GoanetDigest. #
##########################################################################

GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
Dec 01, 2004

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: "Gelolo portun enam." (No one goes away and then
comes back.) "domnic fernandes" <jyodom at hotmail.com>

"EXPOSITION 2004" PHOTO FEATURE: A small photo feature on the Exposition
of the Sacred Remains of St Francis Xavier which opened at Old Goa on
November 21. Please Check at
http://goacom.com/goanow/exposition/Exposition2004.htm




##########################################################################
Goa's premier mailing list Goanet - http://www.goanet.org is 10 years old
today
Seb dc
2004-12-01 09:16:07 UTC
Permalink
Goanetters, do enjoy the movie shot in our own backyard(salcete)

hAVE a nICE dAY!!
Seb
Post by Joel D'Souza
IFFI PROGRAMME SCHEDULE: 29th November top 09th December 2004
- Beach Cinema: 'DHOOM" (Hindi) at Mirmar Beach from 6.00 pm
onwards. (No Entry pass required.
- MOBILE BEACH CINEMA: "Dhoom" at Colva Beach from 6.00 pm onwards.
(No entry pass required).
Thomas R. Fernandes
2004-12-01 15:17:06 UTC
Permalink
Hello Joel,

I am proud that you and your team at goanet are doing an excellent job. This
effort of you helps a lot of goans to keep in touch with our motherland
while we continue our lives working away from Goa. You efforts need special
applaud since it is so concise that you need not read a whole article from a
local paper.

I was just going through the photo feature of the Exposition of our Patron
Saint which is below. The date needs to be corrected in the link. It is
wrongly mentioned as 21 November 2005 (the date of the starting of the
exposition instead of 21-11-2004).

Bye and regards, keep up the good work.


Regards,

Thomas Fernandes

-----Original Message-----
From: Joel D'Souza [mailto:joel3 at goacom.com]
Sent: Wednesday, December 01, 2004 9:57 AM
To: goanet-news at goanet.org
Subject: [Goanet-news]01 DEC 2004: GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS


##########################################################################
# Don't just read the news... discuss it. Learn more about Goa via Goanet#
# Goanet is a 10-year-old network launched by Herman Carneiro in 1994. #
# See all archives http://news.gmane.org/gmane.culture.region.india.goa/ #
# To join, write to viviana at goanet.org and ask to join GoanetDigest. #
##########################################################################

GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
Dec 01, 2004

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: "Gelolo portun enam." (No one goes away and then
comes back.) "domnic fernandes" <jyodom at hotmail.com>

"EXPOSITION 2004" PHOTO FEATURE: A small photo feature on the Exposition
of the Sacred Remains of St Francis Xavier which opened at Old Goa on
November 21. Please Check at
http://goacom.com/goanow/exposition/Exposition2004.htm




##########################################################################
Goa's premier mailing list Goanet - http://www.goanet.org is 10 years old
today
Seb dc
2004-12-01 09:16:07 UTC
Permalink
Goanetters, do enjoy the movie shot in our own backyard(salcete)

hAVE a nICE dAY!!
Seb
Post by Joel D'Souza
IFFI PROGRAMME SCHEDULE: 29th November top 09th December 2004
- Beach Cinema: 'DHOOM" (Hindi) at Mirmar Beach from 6.00 pm
onwards. (No Entry pass required.
- MOBILE BEACH CINEMA: "Dhoom" at Colva Beach from 6.00 pm onwards.
(No entry pass required).
Thomas R. Fernandes
2004-12-01 15:17:06 UTC
Permalink
Hello Joel,

I am proud that you and your team at goanet are doing an excellent job. This
effort of you helps a lot of goans to keep in touch with our motherland
while we continue our lives working away from Goa. You efforts need special
applaud since it is so concise that you need not read a whole article from a
local paper.

I was just going through the photo feature of the Exposition of our Patron
Saint which is below. The date needs to be corrected in the link. It is
wrongly mentioned as 21 November 2005 (the date of the starting of the
exposition instead of 21-11-2004).

Bye and regards, keep up the good work.


Regards,

Thomas Fernandes

-----Original Message-----
From: Joel D'Souza [mailto:joel3 at goacom.com]
Sent: Wednesday, December 01, 2004 9:57 AM
To: goanet-news at goanet.org
Subject: [Goanet-news]01 DEC 2004: GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS


##########################################################################
# Don't just read the news... discuss it. Learn more about Goa via Goanet#
# Goanet is a 10-year-old network launched by Herman Carneiro in 1994. #
# See all archives http://news.gmane.org/gmane.culture.region.india.goa/ #
# To join, write to viviana at goanet.org and ask to join GoanetDigest. #
##########################################################################

GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
Dec 01, 2004

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: "Gelolo portun enam." (No one goes away and then
comes back.) "domnic fernandes" <jyodom at hotmail.com>

"EXPOSITION 2004" PHOTO FEATURE: A small photo feature on the Exposition
of the Sacred Remains of St Francis Xavier which opened at Old Goa on
November 21. Please Check at
http://goacom.com/goanow/exposition/Exposition2004.htm




##########################################################################
Goa's premier mailing list Goanet - http://www.goanet.org is 10 years old
today
Seb dc
2004-12-01 09:16:07 UTC
Permalink
Goanetters, do enjoy the movie shot in our own backyard(salcete)

hAVE a nICE dAY!!
Seb
Post by Joel D'Souza
IFFI PROGRAMME SCHEDULE: 29th November top 09th December 2004
- Beach Cinema: 'DHOOM" (Hindi) at Mirmar Beach from 6.00 pm
onwards. (No Entry pass required.
- MOBILE BEACH CINEMA: "Dhoom" at Colva Beach from 6.00 pm onwards.
(No entry pass required).
Thomas R. Fernandes
2004-12-01 15:17:06 UTC
Permalink
Hello Joel,

I am proud that you and your team at goanet are doing an excellent job. This
effort of you helps a lot of goans to keep in touch with our motherland
while we continue our lives working away from Goa. You efforts need special
applaud since it is so concise that you need not read a whole article from a
local paper.

I was just going through the photo feature of the Exposition of our Patron
Saint which is below. The date needs to be corrected in the link. It is
wrongly mentioned as 21 November 2005 (the date of the starting of the
exposition instead of 21-11-2004).

Bye and regards, keep up the good work.


Regards,

Thomas Fernandes

-----Original Message-----
From: Joel D'Souza [mailto:joel3 at goacom.com]
Sent: Wednesday, December 01, 2004 9:57 AM
To: goanet-news at goanet.org
Subject: [Goanet-news]01 DEC 2004: GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS


##########################################################################
# Don't just read the news... discuss it. Learn more about Goa via Goanet#
# Goanet is a 10-year-old network launched by Herman Carneiro in 1994. #
# See all archives http://news.gmane.org/gmane.culture.region.india.goa/ #
# To join, write to viviana at goanet.org and ask to join GoanetDigest. #
##########################################################################

GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
Dec 01, 2004

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: "Gelolo portun enam." (No one goes away and then
comes back.) "domnic fernandes" <jyodom at hotmail.com>

"EXPOSITION 2004" PHOTO FEATURE: A small photo feature on the Exposition
of the Sacred Remains of St Francis Xavier which opened at Old Goa on
November 21. Please Check at
http://goacom.com/goanow/exposition/Exposition2004.htm




##########################################################################
Goa's premier mailing list Goanet - http://www.goanet.org is 10 years old
today
Seb dc
2004-12-01 09:16:07 UTC
Permalink
Goanetters, do enjoy the movie shot in our own backyard(salcete)

hAVE a nICE dAY!!
Seb
Post by Joel D'Souza
IFFI PROGRAMME SCHEDULE: 29th November top 09th December 2004
- Beach Cinema: 'DHOOM" (Hindi) at Mirmar Beach from 6.00 pm
onwards. (No Entry pass required.
- MOBILE BEACH CINEMA: "Dhoom" at Colva Beach from 6.00 pm onwards.
(No entry pass required).
Thomas R. Fernandes
2004-12-01 15:17:06 UTC
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Hello Joel,

I am proud that you and your team at goanet are doing an excellent job. This
effort of you helps a lot of goans to keep in touch with our motherland
while we continue our lives working away from Goa. You efforts need special
applaud since it is so concise that you need not read a whole article from a
local paper.

I was just going through the photo feature of the Exposition of our Patron
Saint which is below. The date needs to be corrected in the link. It is
wrongly mentioned as 21 November 2005 (the date of the starting of the
exposition instead of 21-11-2004).

Bye and regards, keep up the good work.


Regards,

Thomas Fernandes

-----Original Message-----
From: Joel D'Souza [mailto:joel3 at goacom.com]
Sent: Wednesday, December 01, 2004 9:57 AM
To: goanet-news at goanet.org
Subject: [Goanet-news]01 DEC 2004: GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS


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GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
Dec 01, 2004

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: "Gelolo portun enam." (No one goes away and then
comes back.) "domnic fernandes" <jyodom at hotmail.com>

"EXPOSITION 2004" PHOTO FEATURE: A small photo feature on the Exposition
of the Sacred Remains of St Francis Xavier which opened at Old Goa on
November 21. Please Check at
http://goacom.com/goanow/exposition/Exposition2004.htm




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