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GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
02 March 2004

DR WILLY RESIGNS FROM PLANNING BOARD: NCP MLA Dr Wilfred de Souza said he
had tendered his resignation as vice chairman of the Planning Board
yesterday (1 Mar) after the code of conduct came into force with the
announcement of Lok Sabha elections. Dr de Souza claimed that he would
participate in the elections and did not want to be hauled up for
wrong-doing, though he was not sure as yet in what capacity. (GT)

DEVELOPMENT WORK WILL CONTINUE: Ongoing development as well as
administrative work of the State government will continue without any
hindrance, said Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar yesterday (1 Mar) while
asserting that he would adhere to the Model Code of Conduct in text and
spirit. "We will tell the people we have delivered, so allow us to deliver
more," said Parrikar yesterday. (GT)

PARRIKAR MAY SEEK DISSOLUTION: Shiv Sena's Rajya Sabha MP and in-charge of
Goa desk, Eknath Thakur has predicted that Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar
would seek the dissolution of the Goa Assembly within six months owing to
growing disenchantment within the ministry. Mr Thakur was addressing a press
conference in Panjim to announce that the Shiv Sena would contest both the
Lok Sabha seats from Goa. (H)

ALLIANCE WILL STRENGTHEN CONG: Leader of Opposition and Poriem MLA
Pratapsing Rane stressed on the necessity of an alliance of the Congress
party with other political parties to strengthen the position of the former.
He was addressing a meeting of party workers called by the North Goa
District Congress Committee for guiding the party activists in view of the
forthcoming Lok Sabha elections. (GT)

LOSING INCOME FROM HOARDINGS: There are nothing less than 2,000 hoardings in
the State, according to some senior government officials, as described in
government notification and each board/hoarding upto one square metre is to
fetch government an income of Rs.200 per year and for subsequent one metre
or part thereof, their owners have to pay Rs.50 to the State exchequer. The
government is supposed to get a minimum income of Rs.4 lakh.However, the
income that the government has been getting.is a paltry Rs.1.42 lakh from
the owners of 7agencies across the State. (NT)

TWO INJURED IN PORVORIM: A 65-year-0ld pedestrian from Keri-Ponda was
injured after he was knocked down by a motorcycle near Porvorim market on
Sunday evening. In another incident, a scooter rider Nelson Pinto was
injured when he dashed against a Matiz car near Porvorim market on Monday.
(H)

DEBATE ON DRAFT EDUCATION POLICY: The government will hear public opinion,
suggestions on the draft Education Policy on 22 and 23 May 2004, at a venue
to be announced later. Chief Minister Parrikar stated that it was necessary
to ascertain the views of academicians, educationists, teachers and parents
in general, over the draft, which he said, is an important document. (GT)

GOA SU-RAJ PARTY'S NOTICE TO EDC BODS: The Goa Su-Raj Party has served a
legal notice to the Economic Development Corporation Ltd Board of Directors
in respect of a waiver granted to Sim Chem Private Ltd for discrepancies to
the tune of Rs.84.61 lakh reported as a waiver by the company from EDC to
the Registrar of Companies. (GT)

SEMINAR ON ADVERTISING: The advertising fraternity in Goa is organizing a
seminar on advertising at the International Centre, Dona Paula, on 5 and 6
March. The seminar will benefit corporates, students, agencies and
professionals in the field. The entire seminar is presented by Apple
Computer in association with Gomantak of the Sakal Group, Goan Observer,
Tarun Bharat and Goa Handicraft. (GT)

CONSTRUCTION WORKER DROWNS: A construction worker, Chandraveer KC, died
after he accidentally fell into the water tank at a site in Old Mardol,
Verna, in the early hours on March 1. (NT)

MEET TO CONDOLE FR PEREIRA'S DEATH: Thomas Stephens Konkani Kendra in
collaboration with other Konkani institutions, has convened a meeting on
march 4 at 5.30 pm at TB Cunha Hall, Panaji, to condole the death of Fr
Antonio Pereira, SJ. (NT)

GUIDE BOOK ON MARRIAGE: The Chief Minister released a guide to marriage, in
Marathi, Kadhi Navhati Ashi Sankalpana, at a special function at the Kala
Academy Black Box on March 1. The book has been conceptualized by Mr Santosh
Tari. (NT)

BODY FOUND IN ANJUNA: The Anjuna police recovered the body of an unknown
male person lying at Dando in Anjuna on March 1 morning. The dead person (in
the age group 30-35 years) was found only with his undergarments, according
to the police. (NT)

RAPE ACCUSED TO BE PRODUCED IN COURT: Rape accused Francis Fernandes of
Mapusa, suspected to have links with accused paedophile Aveline Pinto will
be appearing before the Sessions Court on March 3 for trial. (H)

BASIC AMENITIES FOR SLUMS: Some social activists from Pernem have demanded
that migrant labourers staying in slums at Kiranpani be provided with basic
amenities like tap water, toilets, electricity, etc to help them live a
decent life and to save Kiranpani and nearby areas from getting polluted.
(GT)

VERNA INDUSTRIAL ESTATE: Verna Industrial Estate is special to us. A number
of big names-national and multinational-mainly in the pharmaceutical sector
have set up shop in Verna. It has given a place of pride for Goa in the
industrial sector. Located along side the national highway NH17, the estate
is in close proximity to the port and airport. The industrial estate is
developed with proper planning and professionalism. Only eco-friendly units
have been allowed. And it has emerged as a 'pharma hub'. (From a Special
feature in Herald)

BAINA FACT-FINDING PANEL: The Forum for Justice in Baina has constituted an
independent fact-finding committee comprising Prabhakar Timble, Ms Patricia
Pinto and Adv Thalmann Pereira. The forum committee will be meeting with
people from the area, senior bureaucrats and government officials,
politicians, NGOs and other, to investigate into the complaints of human
rights violations against the people of Baina beach area, particularly sex
workers. (H)

BETALBATIM HOUSE BURGLED: Gold ornaments and cash all valued around
Rs.40,000 was burgled from the house of Anita Fernandes at Betalbatim, on
the night of February 27. (H)

RELEASE OF ALEXANDRE'S NOVEL: On March 8, at 6 pm, Goan MP Eduardo Faleiro
will release a novel, Touched by the Toe, at Fundacao Oriente in Panjim. The
novel has been written by Alexandre Moniz Barbosa, Assistant Editor of
monthly Goa Today.

LECTURE ON ART: Xavier Centre for Historical Research will host a lecture on
"Art in Goan Homes" by Heta Pandit on march 4, at 5.30 pm. The talk will
cover examples of art in Goan homes. (H)

MUSIC RUNS IN THE FAMILY: The story began in the later half of nineteenth
century. It cruised through the twentieth century and right into the
twenty-first century. Four of the five generations of musicians from this
family are living, with the oldest, Maestro Fernando Francisco Simplicio
Afonso, completing a hundred years on March 2, 2004. The baton of musical
custom is being carried by his son Mansueto Afonso, grandson Shelton Afonso
of Shelton Goes Solo one man band, and Neville Monteiro, his eight-year-old
great grandson, who is learning to play the violin and plays very well for a
beginner. (Willy Goes in Herald)

DD HAS NEW DIRECTOR: Pandharinath Damodar Lotlikar is the new full-fledged
station Director of Panjim Doordarshan Kendra. Lotlikar hails from Margao
and is one of the senior officers of Prasar Bharati. He joined AIR, Panjim,
as the producer for educational broadcast in 1977 and was deputed to Germany
in 1991 by the Government of India to study the role of mass media in
education. He was promoted as Asst Station Director in 1993 and posted in
Mumbai. He has also worked in AIR, Ratnagiri. (H)

S P O R T S

MERCES CLINCH VOLLEYBALL TITLE: True to form and expectations, favourites
Merces Club dropped a set but managed to score a fluent 23-25, 25-19, 25-20,
25-16 win over Saraswati Sporting, Bambolim, to emerge champions in the 4th
All Goa floodlight volleyball tournament, organized by Mala Sports Club, at
Club courts, Panjim. (H)

NERUL WIN: United Club of Nerul brightened their chances to qualify for the
next round with a hard-fought 3-1 victory over Milagres Sports Club in the
GFA Third Division Group-E league match, at Duler grounds in Mapusa. (H)

CALANGUTE STORM INTO FINALS: Calangute Association made it to the finals of
the VM Salgaocar Trophy with a solitary goal victory over Navelim Villagers
Union, at Saligao Sporting grounds. (H)

G R E E T I N G S
Warm wishes to EZEQUEIL & EFFIE CARNEIRO of Ucassaim on your 50th Wedding
anniversary. God's choicest blessings. Wishing you both good health
happiness and prosperity today and every other day of your lives and may
this Golden anniversary turn to Diamond. With love from your Children
Natty/Julian, Clarence/Avita, Stanley/Connie; Grand Children Natasha,
Nastasa, Natalia, Nathan, Sean, Sonia, Wilbur & Clarissa ("Clarence
Carneiro" carnero0318 at rogers.com)

D E A T H S
01 Mar: Margao-Aquem Alto: CLARINA MIRANDA DIAS, wife of late Dr
Emerciano Leonardo, mother of Sita, Sushila, Rabindra, Jawahar, Joanna,
Marie, mother-in-law of Hemant, Nanda and Felicia.
01 Mar: Chicalim: MARIA AGNES SEQUEIRA, relict of late Salvador Paulo,
mother of Emerita/late Sertorio, Platilda/Late Gonsalinho, Violeta/late
Roque, Manuel/Succorina, Joseph/Flora, Annie/Domnic, Assis/Anjela.
01 Mar: Sao Jose de Areal: ASSIS EXALTACAO RODRIGUES: husband of Maria
Francisca, father of Alick, Jerson and Wilfred.
29 Feb: Sao Jose de Areal: JOSE JOAQUIM LAZARIO D'SILVA, husband if
Nicaela Cardozo, father of Bonny/Margarida, Romisco/late Sucorina,
Agnelo/Brinda, Joe, Mario.
28 Feb: Orlim: JACKSON D'SOUZA (P& O Cruises), husband of Donatilda, son
of Filipe/Milagrina, brother of Robert and Miguel, brother-in-law of Renny,
Eugene, Germina/Dmas, Jennifer/Micky.

G O A W E A T H E R
Temp: 26.2 degC (79.2 degF) at 8.00 am today in Assagao.
Max Temp: 31.5 deg C; Min Temp: 22.2 deg C; Humidity: 87% (Official
figures for yesterday)
Weather: A warmer morning than yesterday.

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

JOEL D'SOUZA, Assagao-Goa-India.
Website: www.goacom.com
Goacom News Clippings at: http://www.goacom.com/news
Webzine "GoaNOW": http://www.goacom.com/goanow
Joel D'Souza
2004-03-02 06:53:15 UTC
Permalink
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
02 March 2004

DR WILLY RESIGNS FROM PLANNING BOARD: NCP MLA Dr Wilfred de Souza said he
had tendered his resignation as vice chairman of the Planning Board
yesterday (1 Mar) after the code of conduct came into force with the
announcement of Lok Sabha elections. Dr de Souza claimed that he would
participate in the elections and did not want to be hauled up for
wrong-doing, though he was not sure as yet in what capacity. (GT)

DEVELOPMENT WORK WILL CONTINUE: Ongoing development as well as
administrative work of the State government will continue without any
hindrance, said Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar yesterday (1 Mar) while
asserting that he would adhere to the Model Code of Conduct in text and
spirit. "We will tell the people we have delivered, so allow us to deliver
more," said Parrikar yesterday. (GT)

PARRIKAR MAY SEEK DISSOLUTION: Shiv Sena's Rajya Sabha MP and in-charge of
Goa desk, Eknath Thakur has predicted that Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar
would seek the dissolution of the Goa Assembly within six months owing to
growing disenchantment within the ministry. Mr Thakur was addressing a press
conference in Panjim to announce that the Shiv Sena would contest both the
Lok Sabha seats from Goa. (H)

ALLIANCE WILL STRENGTHEN CONG: Leader of Opposition and Poriem MLA
Pratapsing Rane stressed on the necessity of an alliance of the Congress
party with other political parties to strengthen the position of the former.
He was addressing a meeting of party workers called by the North Goa
District Congress Committee for guiding the party activists in view of the
forthcoming Lok Sabha elections. (GT)

LOSING INCOME FROM HOARDINGS: There are nothing less than 2,000 hoardings in
the State, according to some senior government officials, as described in
government notification and each board/hoarding upto one square metre is to
fetch government an income of Rs.200 per year and for subsequent one metre
or part thereof, their owners have to pay Rs.50 to the State exchequer. The
government is supposed to get a minimum income of Rs.4 lakh.However, the
income that the government has been getting.is a paltry Rs.1.42 lakh from
the owners of 7agencies across the State. (NT)

TWO INJURED IN PORVORIM: A 65-year-0ld pedestrian from Keri-Ponda was
injured after he was knocked down by a motorcycle near Porvorim market on
Sunday evening. In another incident, a scooter rider Nelson Pinto was
injured when he dashed against a Matiz car near Porvorim market on Monday.
(H)

DEBATE ON DRAFT EDUCATION POLICY: The government will hear public opinion,
suggestions on the draft Education Policy on 22 and 23 May 2004, at a venue
to be announced later. Chief Minister Parrikar stated that it was necessary
to ascertain the views of academicians, educationists, teachers and parents
in general, over the draft, which he said, is an important document. (GT)

GOA SU-RAJ PARTY'S NOTICE TO EDC BODS: The Goa Su-Raj Party has served a
legal notice to the Economic Development Corporation Ltd Board of Directors
in respect of a waiver granted to Sim Chem Private Ltd for discrepancies to
the tune of Rs.84.61 lakh reported as a waiver by the company from EDC to
the Registrar of Companies. (GT)

SEMINAR ON ADVERTISING: The advertising fraternity in Goa is organizing a
seminar on advertising at the International Centre, Dona Paula, on 5 and 6
March. The seminar will benefit corporates, students, agencies and
professionals in the field. The entire seminar is presented by Apple
Computer in association with Gomantak of the Sakal Group, Goan Observer,
Tarun Bharat and Goa Handicraft. (GT)

CONSTRUCTION WORKER DROWNS: A construction worker, Chandraveer KC, died
after he accidentally fell into the water tank at a site in Old Mardol,
Verna, in the early hours on March 1. (NT)

MEET TO CONDOLE FR PEREIRA'S DEATH: Thomas Stephens Konkani Kendra in
collaboration with other Konkani institutions, has convened a meeting on
march 4 at 5.30 pm at TB Cunha Hall, Panaji, to condole the death of Fr
Antonio Pereira, SJ. (NT)

GUIDE BOOK ON MARRIAGE: The Chief Minister released a guide to marriage, in
Marathi, Kadhi Navhati Ashi Sankalpana, at a special function at the Kala
Academy Black Box on March 1. The book has been conceptualized by Mr Santosh
Tari. (NT)

BODY FOUND IN ANJUNA: The Anjuna police recovered the body of an unknown
male person lying at Dando in Anjuna on March 1 morning. The dead person (in
the age group 30-35 years) was found only with his undergarments, according
to the police. (NT)

RAPE ACCUSED TO BE PRODUCED IN COURT: Rape accused Francis Fernandes of
Mapusa, suspected to have links with accused paedophile Aveline Pinto will
be appearing before the Sessions Court on March 3 for trial. (H)

BASIC AMENITIES FOR SLUMS: Some social activists from Pernem have demanded
that migrant labourers staying in slums at Kiranpani be provided with basic
amenities like tap water, toilets, electricity, etc to help them live a
decent life and to save Kiranpani and nearby areas from getting polluted.
(GT)

VERNA INDUSTRIAL ESTATE: Verna Industrial Estate is special to us. A number
of big names-national and multinational-mainly in the pharmaceutical sector
have set up shop in Verna. It has given a place of pride for Goa in the
industrial sector. Located along side the national highway NH17, the estate
is in close proximity to the port and airport. The industrial estate is
developed with proper planning and professionalism. Only eco-friendly units
have been allowed. And it has emerged as a 'pharma hub'. (From a Special
feature in Herald)

BAINA FACT-FINDING PANEL: The Forum for Justice in Baina has constituted an
independent fact-finding committee comprising Prabhakar Timble, Ms Patricia
Pinto and Adv Thalmann Pereira. The forum committee will be meeting with
people from the area, senior bureaucrats and government officials,
politicians, NGOs and other, to investigate into the complaints of human
rights violations against the people of Baina beach area, particularly sex
workers. (H)

BETALBATIM HOUSE BURGLED: Gold ornaments and cash all valued around
Rs.40,000 was burgled from the house of Anita Fernandes at Betalbatim, on
the night of February 27. (H)

RELEASE OF ALEXANDRE'S NOVEL: On March 8, at 6 pm, Goan MP Eduardo Faleiro
will release a novel, Touched by the Toe, at Fundacao Oriente in Panjim. The
novel has been written by Alexandre Moniz Barbosa, Assistant Editor of
monthly Goa Today.

LECTURE ON ART: Xavier Centre for Historical Research will host a lecture on
"Art in Goan Homes" by Heta Pandit on march 4, at 5.30 pm. The talk will
cover examples of art in Goan homes. (H)

MUSIC RUNS IN THE FAMILY: The story began in the later half of nineteenth
century. It cruised through the twentieth century and right into the
twenty-first century. Four of the five generations of musicians from this
family are living, with the oldest, Maestro Fernando Francisco Simplicio
Afonso, completing a hundred years on March 2, 2004. The baton of musical
custom is being carried by his son Mansueto Afonso, grandson Shelton Afonso
of Shelton Goes Solo one man band, and Neville Monteiro, his eight-year-old
great grandson, who is learning to play the violin and plays very well for a
beginner. (Willy Goes in Herald)

DD HAS NEW DIRECTOR: Pandharinath Damodar Lotlikar is the new full-fledged
station Director of Panjim Doordarshan Kendra. Lotlikar hails from Margao
and is one of the senior officers of Prasar Bharati. He joined AIR, Panjim,
as the producer for educational broadcast in 1977 and was deputed to Germany
in 1991 by the Government of India to study the role of mass media in
education. He was promoted as Asst Station Director in 1993 and posted in
Mumbai. He has also worked in AIR, Ratnagiri. (H)

S P O R T S

MERCES CLINCH VOLLEYBALL TITLE: True to form and expectations, favourites
Merces Club dropped a set but managed to score a fluent 23-25, 25-19, 25-20,
25-16 win over Saraswati Sporting, Bambolim, to emerge champions in the 4th
All Goa floodlight volleyball tournament, organized by Mala Sports Club, at
Club courts, Panjim. (H)

NERUL WIN: United Club of Nerul brightened their chances to qualify for the
next round with a hard-fought 3-1 victory over Milagres Sports Club in the
GFA Third Division Group-E league match, at Duler grounds in Mapusa. (H)

CALANGUTE STORM INTO FINALS: Calangute Association made it to the finals of
the VM Salgaocar Trophy with a solitary goal victory over Navelim Villagers
Union, at Saligao Sporting grounds. (H)

G R E E T I N G S
Warm wishes to EZEQUEIL & EFFIE CARNEIRO of Ucassaim on your 50th Wedding
anniversary. God's choicest blessings. Wishing you both good health
happiness and prosperity today and every other day of your lives and may
this Golden anniversary turn to Diamond. With love from your Children
Natty/Julian, Clarence/Avita, Stanley/Connie; Grand Children Natasha,
Nastasa, Natalia, Nathan, Sean, Sonia, Wilbur & Clarissa ("Clarence
Carneiro" carnero0318 at rogers.com)

D E A T H S
01 Mar: Margao-Aquem Alto: CLARINA MIRANDA DIAS, wife of late Dr
Emerciano Leonardo, mother of Sita, Sushila, Rabindra, Jawahar, Joanna,
Marie, mother-in-law of Hemant, Nanda and Felicia.
01 Mar: Chicalim: MARIA AGNES SEQUEIRA, relict of late Salvador Paulo,
mother of Emerita/late Sertorio, Platilda/Late Gonsalinho, Violeta/late
Roque, Manuel/Succorina, Joseph/Flora, Annie/Domnic, Assis/Anjela.
01 Mar: Sao Jose de Areal: ASSIS EXALTACAO RODRIGUES: husband of Maria
Francisca, father of Alick, Jerson and Wilfred.
29 Feb: Sao Jose de Areal: JOSE JOAQUIM LAZARIO D'SILVA, husband if
Nicaela Cardozo, father of Bonny/Margarida, Romisco/late Sucorina,
Agnelo/Brinda, Joe, Mario.
28 Feb: Orlim: JACKSON D'SOUZA (P& O Cruises), husband of Donatilda, son
of Filipe/Milagrina, brother of Robert and Miguel, brother-in-law of Renny,
Eugene, Germina/Dmas, Jennifer/Micky.

G O A W E A T H E R
Temp: 26.2 degC (79.2 degF) at 8.00 am today in Assagao.
Max Temp: 31.5 deg C; Min Temp: 22.2 deg C; Humidity: 87% (Official
figures for yesterday)
Weather: A warmer morning than yesterday.

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

JOEL D'SOUZA, Assagao-Goa-India.
Website: www.goacom.com
Goacom News Clippings at: http://www.goacom.com/news
Webzine "GoaNOW": http://www.goacom.com/goanow
Joel D'Souza
2004-03-02 06:53:15 UTC
Permalink
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
02 March 2004

DR WILLY RESIGNS FROM PLANNING BOARD: NCP MLA Dr Wilfred de Souza said he
had tendered his resignation as vice chairman of the Planning Board
yesterday (1 Mar) after the code of conduct came into force with the
announcement of Lok Sabha elections. Dr de Souza claimed that he would
participate in the elections and did not want to be hauled up for
wrong-doing, though he was not sure as yet in what capacity. (GT)

DEVELOPMENT WORK WILL CONTINUE: Ongoing development as well as
administrative work of the State government will continue without any
hindrance, said Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar yesterday (1 Mar) while
asserting that he would adhere to the Model Code of Conduct in text and
spirit. "We will tell the people we have delivered, so allow us to deliver
more," said Parrikar yesterday. (GT)

PARRIKAR MAY SEEK DISSOLUTION: Shiv Sena's Rajya Sabha MP and in-charge of
Goa desk, Eknath Thakur has predicted that Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar
would seek the dissolution of the Goa Assembly within six months owing to
growing disenchantment within the ministry. Mr Thakur was addressing a press
conference in Panjim to announce that the Shiv Sena would contest both the
Lok Sabha seats from Goa. (H)

ALLIANCE WILL STRENGTHEN CONG: Leader of Opposition and Poriem MLA
Pratapsing Rane stressed on the necessity of an alliance of the Congress
party with other political parties to strengthen the position of the former.
He was addressing a meeting of party workers called by the North Goa
District Congress Committee for guiding the party activists in view of the
forthcoming Lok Sabha elections. (GT)

LOSING INCOME FROM HOARDINGS: There are nothing less than 2,000 hoardings in
the State, according to some senior government officials, as described in
government notification and each board/hoarding upto one square metre is to
fetch government an income of Rs.200 per year and for subsequent one metre
or part thereof, their owners have to pay Rs.50 to the State exchequer. The
government is supposed to get a minimum income of Rs.4 lakh.However, the
income that the government has been getting.is a paltry Rs.1.42 lakh from
the owners of 7agencies across the State. (NT)

TWO INJURED IN PORVORIM: A 65-year-0ld pedestrian from Keri-Ponda was
injured after he was knocked down by a motorcycle near Porvorim market on
Sunday evening. In another incident, a scooter rider Nelson Pinto was
injured when he dashed against a Matiz car near Porvorim market on Monday.
(H)

DEBATE ON DRAFT EDUCATION POLICY: The government will hear public opinion,
suggestions on the draft Education Policy on 22 and 23 May 2004, at a venue
to be announced later. Chief Minister Parrikar stated that it was necessary
to ascertain the views of academicians, educationists, teachers and parents
in general, over the draft, which he said, is an important document. (GT)

GOA SU-RAJ PARTY'S NOTICE TO EDC BODS: The Goa Su-Raj Party has served a
legal notice to the Economic Development Corporation Ltd Board of Directors
in respect of a waiver granted to Sim Chem Private Ltd for discrepancies to
the tune of Rs.84.61 lakh reported as a waiver by the company from EDC to
the Registrar of Companies. (GT)

SEMINAR ON ADVERTISING: The advertising fraternity in Goa is organizing a
seminar on advertising at the International Centre, Dona Paula, on 5 and 6
March. The seminar will benefit corporates, students, agencies and
professionals in the field. The entire seminar is presented by Apple
Computer in association with Gomantak of the Sakal Group, Goan Observer,
Tarun Bharat and Goa Handicraft. (GT)

CONSTRUCTION WORKER DROWNS: A construction worker, Chandraveer KC, died
after he accidentally fell into the water tank at a site in Old Mardol,
Verna, in the early hours on March 1. (NT)

MEET TO CONDOLE FR PEREIRA'S DEATH: Thomas Stephens Konkani Kendra in
collaboration with other Konkani institutions, has convened a meeting on
march 4 at 5.30 pm at TB Cunha Hall, Panaji, to condole the death of Fr
Antonio Pereira, SJ. (NT)

GUIDE BOOK ON MARRIAGE: The Chief Minister released a guide to marriage, in
Marathi, Kadhi Navhati Ashi Sankalpana, at a special function at the Kala
Academy Black Box on March 1. The book has been conceptualized by Mr Santosh
Tari. (NT)

BODY FOUND IN ANJUNA: The Anjuna police recovered the body of an unknown
male person lying at Dando in Anjuna on March 1 morning. The dead person (in
the age group 30-35 years) was found only with his undergarments, according
to the police. (NT)

RAPE ACCUSED TO BE PRODUCED IN COURT: Rape accused Francis Fernandes of
Mapusa, suspected to have links with accused paedophile Aveline Pinto will
be appearing before the Sessions Court on March 3 for trial. (H)

BASIC AMENITIES FOR SLUMS: Some social activists from Pernem have demanded
that migrant labourers staying in slums at Kiranpani be provided with basic
amenities like tap water, toilets, electricity, etc to help them live a
decent life and to save Kiranpani and nearby areas from getting polluted.
(GT)

VERNA INDUSTRIAL ESTATE: Verna Industrial Estate is special to us. A number
of big names-national and multinational-mainly in the pharmaceutical sector
have set up shop in Verna. It has given a place of pride for Goa in the
industrial sector. Located along side the national highway NH17, the estate
is in close proximity to the port and airport. The industrial estate is
developed with proper planning and professionalism. Only eco-friendly units
have been allowed. And it has emerged as a 'pharma hub'. (From a Special
feature in Herald)

BAINA FACT-FINDING PANEL: The Forum for Justice in Baina has constituted an
independent fact-finding committee comprising Prabhakar Timble, Ms Patricia
Pinto and Adv Thalmann Pereira. The forum committee will be meeting with
people from the area, senior bureaucrats and government officials,
politicians, NGOs and other, to investigate into the complaints of human
rights violations against the people of Baina beach area, particularly sex
workers. (H)

BETALBATIM HOUSE BURGLED: Gold ornaments and cash all valued around
Rs.40,000 was burgled from the house of Anita Fernandes at Betalbatim, on
the night of February 27. (H)

RELEASE OF ALEXANDRE'S NOVEL: On March 8, at 6 pm, Goan MP Eduardo Faleiro
will release a novel, Touched by the Toe, at Fundacao Oriente in Panjim. The
novel has been written by Alexandre Moniz Barbosa, Assistant Editor of
monthly Goa Today.

LECTURE ON ART: Xavier Centre for Historical Research will host a lecture on
"Art in Goan Homes" by Heta Pandit on march 4, at 5.30 pm. The talk will
cover examples of art in Goan homes. (H)

MUSIC RUNS IN THE FAMILY: The story began in the later half of nineteenth
century. It cruised through the twentieth century and right into the
twenty-first century. Four of the five generations of musicians from this
family are living, with the oldest, Maestro Fernando Francisco Simplicio
Afonso, completing a hundred years on March 2, 2004. The baton of musical
custom is being carried by his son Mansueto Afonso, grandson Shelton Afonso
of Shelton Goes Solo one man band, and Neville Monteiro, his eight-year-old
great grandson, who is learning to play the violin and plays very well for a
beginner. (Willy Goes in Herald)

DD HAS NEW DIRECTOR: Pandharinath Damodar Lotlikar is the new full-fledged
station Director of Panjim Doordarshan Kendra. Lotlikar hails from Margao
and is one of the senior officers of Prasar Bharati. He joined AIR, Panjim,
as the producer for educational broadcast in 1977 and was deputed to Germany
in 1991 by the Government of India to study the role of mass media in
education. He was promoted as Asst Station Director in 1993 and posted in
Mumbai. He has also worked in AIR, Ratnagiri. (H)

S P O R T S

MERCES CLINCH VOLLEYBALL TITLE: True to form and expectations, favourites
Merces Club dropped a set but managed to score a fluent 23-25, 25-19, 25-20,
25-16 win over Saraswati Sporting, Bambolim, to emerge champions in the 4th
All Goa floodlight volleyball tournament, organized by Mala Sports Club, at
Club courts, Panjim. (H)

NERUL WIN: United Club of Nerul brightened their chances to qualify for the
next round with a hard-fought 3-1 victory over Milagres Sports Club in the
GFA Third Division Group-E league match, at Duler grounds in Mapusa. (H)

CALANGUTE STORM INTO FINALS: Calangute Association made it to the finals of
the VM Salgaocar Trophy with a solitary goal victory over Navelim Villagers
Union, at Saligao Sporting grounds. (H)

G R E E T I N G S
Warm wishes to EZEQUEIL & EFFIE CARNEIRO of Ucassaim on your 50th Wedding
anniversary. God's choicest blessings. Wishing you both good health
happiness and prosperity today and every other day of your lives and may
this Golden anniversary turn to Diamond. With love from your Children
Natty/Julian, Clarence/Avita, Stanley/Connie; Grand Children Natasha,
Nastasa, Natalia, Nathan, Sean, Sonia, Wilbur & Clarissa ("Clarence
Carneiro" carnero0318 at rogers.com)

D E A T H S
01 Mar: Margao-Aquem Alto: CLARINA MIRANDA DIAS, wife of late Dr
Emerciano Leonardo, mother of Sita, Sushila, Rabindra, Jawahar, Joanna,
Marie, mother-in-law of Hemant, Nanda and Felicia.
01 Mar: Chicalim: MARIA AGNES SEQUEIRA, relict of late Salvador Paulo,
mother of Emerita/late Sertorio, Platilda/Late Gonsalinho, Violeta/late
Roque, Manuel/Succorina, Joseph/Flora, Annie/Domnic, Assis/Anjela.
01 Mar: Sao Jose de Areal: ASSIS EXALTACAO RODRIGUES: husband of Maria
Francisca, father of Alick, Jerson and Wilfred.
29 Feb: Sao Jose de Areal: JOSE JOAQUIM LAZARIO D'SILVA, husband if
Nicaela Cardozo, father of Bonny/Margarida, Romisco/late Sucorina,
Agnelo/Brinda, Joe, Mario.
28 Feb: Orlim: JACKSON D'SOUZA (P& O Cruises), husband of Donatilda, son
of Filipe/Milagrina, brother of Robert and Miguel, brother-in-law of Renny,
Eugene, Germina/Dmas, Jennifer/Micky.

G O A W E A T H E R
Temp: 26.2 degC (79.2 degF) at 8.00 am today in Assagao.
Max Temp: 31.5 deg C; Min Temp: 22.2 deg C; Humidity: 87% (Official
figures for yesterday)
Weather: A warmer morning than yesterday.

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

JOEL D'SOUZA, Assagao-Goa-India.
Website: www.goacom.com
Goacom News Clippings at: http://www.goacom.com/news
Webzine "GoaNOW": http://www.goacom.com/goanow
Joel D'Souza
2004-03-02 06:53:15 UTC
Permalink
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
02 March 2004

DR WILLY RESIGNS FROM PLANNING BOARD: NCP MLA Dr Wilfred de Souza said he
had tendered his resignation as vice chairman of the Planning Board
yesterday (1 Mar) after the code of conduct came into force with the
announcement of Lok Sabha elections. Dr de Souza claimed that he would
participate in the elections and did not want to be hauled up for
wrong-doing, though he was not sure as yet in what capacity. (GT)

DEVELOPMENT WORK WILL CONTINUE: Ongoing development as well as
administrative work of the State government will continue without any
hindrance, said Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar yesterday (1 Mar) while
asserting that he would adhere to the Model Code of Conduct in text and
spirit. "We will tell the people we have delivered, so allow us to deliver
more," said Parrikar yesterday. (GT)

PARRIKAR MAY SEEK DISSOLUTION: Shiv Sena's Rajya Sabha MP and in-charge of
Goa desk, Eknath Thakur has predicted that Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar
would seek the dissolution of the Goa Assembly within six months owing to
growing disenchantment within the ministry. Mr Thakur was addressing a press
conference in Panjim to announce that the Shiv Sena would contest both the
Lok Sabha seats from Goa. (H)

ALLIANCE WILL STRENGTHEN CONG: Leader of Opposition and Poriem MLA
Pratapsing Rane stressed on the necessity of an alliance of the Congress
party with other political parties to strengthen the position of the former.
He was addressing a meeting of party workers called by the North Goa
District Congress Committee for guiding the party activists in view of the
forthcoming Lok Sabha elections. (GT)

LOSING INCOME FROM HOARDINGS: There are nothing less than 2,000 hoardings in
the State, according to some senior government officials, as described in
government notification and each board/hoarding upto one square metre is to
fetch government an income of Rs.200 per year and for subsequent one metre
or part thereof, their owners have to pay Rs.50 to the State exchequer. The
government is supposed to get a minimum income of Rs.4 lakh.However, the
income that the government has been getting.is a paltry Rs.1.42 lakh from
the owners of 7agencies across the State. (NT)

TWO INJURED IN PORVORIM: A 65-year-0ld pedestrian from Keri-Ponda was
injured after he was knocked down by a motorcycle near Porvorim market on
Sunday evening. In another incident, a scooter rider Nelson Pinto was
injured when he dashed against a Matiz car near Porvorim market on Monday.
(H)

DEBATE ON DRAFT EDUCATION POLICY: The government will hear public opinion,
suggestions on the draft Education Policy on 22 and 23 May 2004, at a venue
to be announced later. Chief Minister Parrikar stated that it was necessary
to ascertain the views of academicians, educationists, teachers and parents
in general, over the draft, which he said, is an important document. (GT)

GOA SU-RAJ PARTY'S NOTICE TO EDC BODS: The Goa Su-Raj Party has served a
legal notice to the Economic Development Corporation Ltd Board of Directors
in respect of a waiver granted to Sim Chem Private Ltd for discrepancies to
the tune of Rs.84.61 lakh reported as a waiver by the company from EDC to
the Registrar of Companies. (GT)

SEMINAR ON ADVERTISING: The advertising fraternity in Goa is organizing a
seminar on advertising at the International Centre, Dona Paula, on 5 and 6
March. The seminar will benefit corporates, students, agencies and
professionals in the field. The entire seminar is presented by Apple
Computer in association with Gomantak of the Sakal Group, Goan Observer,
Tarun Bharat and Goa Handicraft. (GT)

CONSTRUCTION WORKER DROWNS: A construction worker, Chandraveer KC, died
after he accidentally fell into the water tank at a site in Old Mardol,
Verna, in the early hours on March 1. (NT)

MEET TO CONDOLE FR PEREIRA'S DEATH: Thomas Stephens Konkani Kendra in
collaboration with other Konkani institutions, has convened a meeting on
march 4 at 5.30 pm at TB Cunha Hall, Panaji, to condole the death of Fr
Antonio Pereira, SJ. (NT)

GUIDE BOOK ON MARRIAGE: The Chief Minister released a guide to marriage, in
Marathi, Kadhi Navhati Ashi Sankalpana, at a special function at the Kala
Academy Black Box on March 1. The book has been conceptualized by Mr Santosh
Tari. (NT)

BODY FOUND IN ANJUNA: The Anjuna police recovered the body of an unknown
male person lying at Dando in Anjuna on March 1 morning. The dead person (in
the age group 30-35 years) was found only with his undergarments, according
to the police. (NT)

RAPE ACCUSED TO BE PRODUCED IN COURT: Rape accused Francis Fernandes of
Mapusa, suspected to have links with accused paedophile Aveline Pinto will
be appearing before the Sessions Court on March 3 for trial. (H)

BASIC AMENITIES FOR SLUMS: Some social activists from Pernem have demanded
that migrant labourers staying in slums at Kiranpani be provided with basic
amenities like tap water, toilets, electricity, etc to help them live a
decent life and to save Kiranpani and nearby areas from getting polluted.
(GT)

VERNA INDUSTRIAL ESTATE: Verna Industrial Estate is special to us. A number
of big names-national and multinational-mainly in the pharmaceutical sector
have set up shop in Verna. It has given a place of pride for Goa in the
industrial sector. Located along side the national highway NH17, the estate
is in close proximity to the port and airport. The industrial estate is
developed with proper planning and professionalism. Only eco-friendly units
have been allowed. And it has emerged as a 'pharma hub'. (From a Special
feature in Herald)

BAINA FACT-FINDING PANEL: The Forum for Justice in Baina has constituted an
independent fact-finding committee comprising Prabhakar Timble, Ms Patricia
Pinto and Adv Thalmann Pereira. The forum committee will be meeting with
people from the area, senior bureaucrats and government officials,
politicians, NGOs and other, to investigate into the complaints of human
rights violations against the people of Baina beach area, particularly sex
workers. (H)

BETALBATIM HOUSE BURGLED: Gold ornaments and cash all valued around
Rs.40,000 was burgled from the house of Anita Fernandes at Betalbatim, on
the night of February 27. (H)

RELEASE OF ALEXANDRE'S NOVEL: On March 8, at 6 pm, Goan MP Eduardo Faleiro
will release a novel, Touched by the Toe, at Fundacao Oriente in Panjim. The
novel has been written by Alexandre Moniz Barbosa, Assistant Editor of
monthly Goa Today.

LECTURE ON ART: Xavier Centre for Historical Research will host a lecture on
"Art in Goan Homes" by Heta Pandit on march 4, at 5.30 pm. The talk will
cover examples of art in Goan homes. (H)

MUSIC RUNS IN THE FAMILY: The story began in the later half of nineteenth
century. It cruised through the twentieth century and right into the
twenty-first century. Four of the five generations of musicians from this
family are living, with the oldest, Maestro Fernando Francisco Simplicio
Afonso, completing a hundred years on March 2, 2004. The baton of musical
custom is being carried by his son Mansueto Afonso, grandson Shelton Afonso
of Shelton Goes Solo one man band, and Neville Monteiro, his eight-year-old
great grandson, who is learning to play the violin and plays very well for a
beginner. (Willy Goes in Herald)

DD HAS NEW DIRECTOR: Pandharinath Damodar Lotlikar is the new full-fledged
station Director of Panjim Doordarshan Kendra. Lotlikar hails from Margao
and is one of the senior officers of Prasar Bharati. He joined AIR, Panjim,
as the producer for educational broadcast in 1977 and was deputed to Germany
in 1991 by the Government of India to study the role of mass media in
education. He was promoted as Asst Station Director in 1993 and posted in
Mumbai. He has also worked in AIR, Ratnagiri. (H)

S P O R T S

MERCES CLINCH VOLLEYBALL TITLE: True to form and expectations, favourites
Merces Club dropped a set but managed to score a fluent 23-25, 25-19, 25-20,
25-16 win over Saraswati Sporting, Bambolim, to emerge champions in the 4th
All Goa floodlight volleyball tournament, organized by Mala Sports Club, at
Club courts, Panjim. (H)

NERUL WIN: United Club of Nerul brightened their chances to qualify for the
next round with a hard-fought 3-1 victory over Milagres Sports Club in the
GFA Third Division Group-E league match, at Duler grounds in Mapusa. (H)

CALANGUTE STORM INTO FINALS: Calangute Association made it to the finals of
the VM Salgaocar Trophy with a solitary goal victory over Navelim Villagers
Union, at Saligao Sporting grounds. (H)

G R E E T I N G S
Warm wishes to EZEQUEIL & EFFIE CARNEIRO of Ucassaim on your 50th Wedding
anniversary. God's choicest blessings. Wishing you both good health
happiness and prosperity today and every other day of your lives and may
this Golden anniversary turn to Diamond. With love from your Children
Natty/Julian, Clarence/Avita, Stanley/Connie; Grand Children Natasha,
Nastasa, Natalia, Nathan, Sean, Sonia, Wilbur & Clarissa ("Clarence
Carneiro" carnero0318 at rogers.com)

D E A T H S
01 Mar: Margao-Aquem Alto: CLARINA MIRANDA DIAS, wife of late Dr
Emerciano Leonardo, mother of Sita, Sushila, Rabindra, Jawahar, Joanna,
Marie, mother-in-law of Hemant, Nanda and Felicia.
01 Mar: Chicalim: MARIA AGNES SEQUEIRA, relict of late Salvador Paulo,
mother of Emerita/late Sertorio, Platilda/Late Gonsalinho, Violeta/late
Roque, Manuel/Succorina, Joseph/Flora, Annie/Domnic, Assis/Anjela.
01 Mar: Sao Jose de Areal: ASSIS EXALTACAO RODRIGUES: husband of Maria
Francisca, father of Alick, Jerson and Wilfred.
29 Feb: Sao Jose de Areal: JOSE JOAQUIM LAZARIO D'SILVA, husband if
Nicaela Cardozo, father of Bonny/Margarida, Romisco/late Sucorina,
Agnelo/Brinda, Joe, Mario.
28 Feb: Orlim: JACKSON D'SOUZA (P& O Cruises), husband of Donatilda, son
of Filipe/Milagrina, brother of Robert and Miguel, brother-in-law of Renny,
Eugene, Germina/Dmas, Jennifer/Micky.

G O A W E A T H E R
Temp: 26.2 degC (79.2 degF) at 8.00 am today in Assagao.
Max Temp: 31.5 deg C; Min Temp: 22.2 deg C; Humidity: 87% (Official
figures for yesterday)
Weather: A warmer morning than yesterday.

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

JOEL D'SOUZA, Assagao-Goa-India.
Website: www.goacom.com
Goacom News Clippings at: http://www.goacom.com/news
Webzine "GoaNOW": http://www.goacom.com/goanow
Joel D'Souza
2004-03-02 06:53:15 UTC
Permalink
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
02 March 2004

DR WILLY RESIGNS FROM PLANNING BOARD: NCP MLA Dr Wilfred de Souza said he
had tendered his resignation as vice chairman of the Planning Board
yesterday (1 Mar) after the code of conduct came into force with the
announcement of Lok Sabha elections. Dr de Souza claimed that he would
participate in the elections and did not want to be hauled up for
wrong-doing, though he was not sure as yet in what capacity. (GT)

DEVELOPMENT WORK WILL CONTINUE: Ongoing development as well as
administrative work of the State government will continue without any
hindrance, said Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar yesterday (1 Mar) while
asserting that he would adhere to the Model Code of Conduct in text and
spirit. "We will tell the people we have delivered, so allow us to deliver
more," said Parrikar yesterday. (GT)

PARRIKAR MAY SEEK DISSOLUTION: Shiv Sena's Rajya Sabha MP and in-charge of
Goa desk, Eknath Thakur has predicted that Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar
would seek the dissolution of the Goa Assembly within six months owing to
growing disenchantment within the ministry. Mr Thakur was addressing a press
conference in Panjim to announce that the Shiv Sena would contest both the
Lok Sabha seats from Goa. (H)

ALLIANCE WILL STRENGTHEN CONG: Leader of Opposition and Poriem MLA
Pratapsing Rane stressed on the necessity of an alliance of the Congress
party with other political parties to strengthen the position of the former.
He was addressing a meeting of party workers called by the North Goa
District Congress Committee for guiding the party activists in view of the
forthcoming Lok Sabha elections. (GT)

LOSING INCOME FROM HOARDINGS: There are nothing less than 2,000 hoardings in
the State, according to some senior government officials, as described in
government notification and each board/hoarding upto one square metre is to
fetch government an income of Rs.200 per year and for subsequent one metre
or part thereof, their owners have to pay Rs.50 to the State exchequer. The
government is supposed to get a minimum income of Rs.4 lakh.However, the
income that the government has been getting.is a paltry Rs.1.42 lakh from
the owners of 7agencies across the State. (NT)

TWO INJURED IN PORVORIM: A 65-year-0ld pedestrian from Keri-Ponda was
injured after he was knocked down by a motorcycle near Porvorim market on
Sunday evening. In another incident, a scooter rider Nelson Pinto was
injured when he dashed against a Matiz car near Porvorim market on Monday.
(H)

DEBATE ON DRAFT EDUCATION POLICY: The government will hear public opinion,
suggestions on the draft Education Policy on 22 and 23 May 2004, at a venue
to be announced later. Chief Minister Parrikar stated that it was necessary
to ascertain the views of academicians, educationists, teachers and parents
in general, over the draft, which he said, is an important document. (GT)

GOA SU-RAJ PARTY'S NOTICE TO EDC BODS: The Goa Su-Raj Party has served a
legal notice to the Economic Development Corporation Ltd Board of Directors
in respect of a waiver granted to Sim Chem Private Ltd for discrepancies to
the tune of Rs.84.61 lakh reported as a waiver by the company from EDC to
the Registrar of Companies. (GT)

SEMINAR ON ADVERTISING: The advertising fraternity in Goa is organizing a
seminar on advertising at the International Centre, Dona Paula, on 5 and 6
March. The seminar will benefit corporates, students, agencies and
professionals in the field. The entire seminar is presented by Apple
Computer in association with Gomantak of the Sakal Group, Goan Observer,
Tarun Bharat and Goa Handicraft. (GT)

CONSTRUCTION WORKER DROWNS: A construction worker, Chandraveer KC, died
after he accidentally fell into the water tank at a site in Old Mardol,
Verna, in the early hours on March 1. (NT)

MEET TO CONDOLE FR PEREIRA'S DEATH: Thomas Stephens Konkani Kendra in
collaboration with other Konkani institutions, has convened a meeting on
march 4 at 5.30 pm at TB Cunha Hall, Panaji, to condole the death of Fr
Antonio Pereira, SJ. (NT)

GUIDE BOOK ON MARRIAGE: The Chief Minister released a guide to marriage, in
Marathi, Kadhi Navhati Ashi Sankalpana, at a special function at the Kala
Academy Black Box on March 1. The book has been conceptualized by Mr Santosh
Tari. (NT)

BODY FOUND IN ANJUNA: The Anjuna police recovered the body of an unknown
male person lying at Dando in Anjuna on March 1 morning. The dead person (in
the age group 30-35 years) was found only with his undergarments, according
to the police. (NT)

RAPE ACCUSED TO BE PRODUCED IN COURT: Rape accused Francis Fernandes of
Mapusa, suspected to have links with accused paedophile Aveline Pinto will
be appearing before the Sessions Court on March 3 for trial. (H)

BASIC AMENITIES FOR SLUMS: Some social activists from Pernem have demanded
that migrant labourers staying in slums at Kiranpani be provided with basic
amenities like tap water, toilets, electricity, etc to help them live a
decent life and to save Kiranpani and nearby areas from getting polluted.
(GT)

VERNA INDUSTRIAL ESTATE: Verna Industrial Estate is special to us. A number
of big names-national and multinational-mainly in the pharmaceutical sector
have set up shop in Verna. It has given a place of pride for Goa in the
industrial sector. Located along side the national highway NH17, the estate
is in close proximity to the port and airport. The industrial estate is
developed with proper planning and professionalism. Only eco-friendly units
have been allowed. And it has emerged as a 'pharma hub'. (From a Special
feature in Herald)

BAINA FACT-FINDING PANEL: The Forum for Justice in Baina has constituted an
independent fact-finding committee comprising Prabhakar Timble, Ms Patricia
Pinto and Adv Thalmann Pereira. The forum committee will be meeting with
people from the area, senior bureaucrats and government officials,
politicians, NGOs and other, to investigate into the complaints of human
rights violations against the people of Baina beach area, particularly sex
workers. (H)

BETALBATIM HOUSE BURGLED: Gold ornaments and cash all valued around
Rs.40,000 was burgled from the house of Anita Fernandes at Betalbatim, on
the night of February 27. (H)

RELEASE OF ALEXANDRE'S NOVEL: On March 8, at 6 pm, Goan MP Eduardo Faleiro
will release a novel, Touched by the Toe, at Fundacao Oriente in Panjim. The
novel has been written by Alexandre Moniz Barbosa, Assistant Editor of
monthly Goa Today.

LECTURE ON ART: Xavier Centre for Historical Research will host a lecture on
"Art in Goan Homes" by Heta Pandit on march 4, at 5.30 pm. The talk will
cover examples of art in Goan homes. (H)

MUSIC RUNS IN THE FAMILY: The story began in the later half of nineteenth
century. It cruised through the twentieth century and right into the
twenty-first century. Four of the five generations of musicians from this
family are living, with the oldest, Maestro Fernando Francisco Simplicio
Afonso, completing a hundred years on March 2, 2004. The baton of musical
custom is being carried by his son Mansueto Afonso, grandson Shelton Afonso
of Shelton Goes Solo one man band, and Neville Monteiro, his eight-year-old
great grandson, who is learning to play the violin and plays very well for a
beginner. (Willy Goes in Herald)

DD HAS NEW DIRECTOR: Pandharinath Damodar Lotlikar is the new full-fledged
station Director of Panjim Doordarshan Kendra. Lotlikar hails from Margao
and is one of the senior officers of Prasar Bharati. He joined AIR, Panjim,
as the producer for educational broadcast in 1977 and was deputed to Germany
in 1991 by the Government of India to study the role of mass media in
education. He was promoted as Asst Station Director in 1993 and posted in
Mumbai. He has also worked in AIR, Ratnagiri. (H)

S P O R T S

MERCES CLINCH VOLLEYBALL TITLE: True to form and expectations, favourites
Merces Club dropped a set but managed to score a fluent 23-25, 25-19, 25-20,
25-16 win over Saraswati Sporting, Bambolim, to emerge champions in the 4th
All Goa floodlight volleyball tournament, organized by Mala Sports Club, at
Club courts, Panjim. (H)

NERUL WIN: United Club of Nerul brightened their chances to qualify for the
next round with a hard-fought 3-1 victory over Milagres Sports Club in the
GFA Third Division Group-E league match, at Duler grounds in Mapusa. (H)

CALANGUTE STORM INTO FINALS: Calangute Association made it to the finals of
the VM Salgaocar Trophy with a solitary goal victory over Navelim Villagers
Union, at Saligao Sporting grounds. (H)

G R E E T I N G S
Warm wishes to EZEQUEIL & EFFIE CARNEIRO of Ucassaim on your 50th Wedding
anniversary. God's choicest blessings. Wishing you both good health
happiness and prosperity today and every other day of your lives and may
this Golden anniversary turn to Diamond. With love from your Children
Natty/Julian, Clarence/Avita, Stanley/Connie; Grand Children Natasha,
Nastasa, Natalia, Nathan, Sean, Sonia, Wilbur & Clarissa ("Clarence
Carneiro" carnero0318 at rogers.com)

D E A T H S
01 Mar: Margao-Aquem Alto: CLARINA MIRANDA DIAS, wife of late Dr
Emerciano Leonardo, mother of Sita, Sushila, Rabindra, Jawahar, Joanna,
Marie, mother-in-law of Hemant, Nanda and Felicia.
01 Mar: Chicalim: MARIA AGNES SEQUEIRA, relict of late Salvador Paulo,
mother of Emerita/late Sertorio, Platilda/Late Gonsalinho, Violeta/late
Roque, Manuel/Succorina, Joseph/Flora, Annie/Domnic, Assis/Anjela.
01 Mar: Sao Jose de Areal: ASSIS EXALTACAO RODRIGUES: husband of Maria
Francisca, father of Alick, Jerson and Wilfred.
29 Feb: Sao Jose de Areal: JOSE JOAQUIM LAZARIO D'SILVA, husband if
Nicaela Cardozo, father of Bonny/Margarida, Romisco/late Sucorina,
Agnelo/Brinda, Joe, Mario.
28 Feb: Orlim: JACKSON D'SOUZA (P& O Cruises), husband of Donatilda, son
of Filipe/Milagrina, brother of Robert and Miguel, brother-in-law of Renny,
Eugene, Germina/Dmas, Jennifer/Micky.

G O A W E A T H E R
Temp: 26.2 degC (79.2 degF) at 8.00 am today in Assagao.
Max Temp: 31.5 deg C; Min Temp: 22.2 deg C; Humidity: 87% (Official
figures for yesterday)
Weather: A warmer morning than yesterday.

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

JOEL D'SOUZA, Assagao-Goa-India.
Website: www.goacom.com
Goacom News Clippings at: http://www.goacom.com/news
Webzine "GoaNOW": http://www.goacom.com/goanow
Joel D'Souza
2004-03-02 06:53:15 UTC
Permalink
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
02 March 2004

DR WILLY RESIGNS FROM PLANNING BOARD: NCP MLA Dr Wilfred de Souza said he
had tendered his resignation as vice chairman of the Planning Board
yesterday (1 Mar) after the code of conduct came into force with the
announcement of Lok Sabha elections. Dr de Souza claimed that he would
participate in the elections and did not want to be hauled up for
wrong-doing, though he was not sure as yet in what capacity. (GT)

DEVELOPMENT WORK WILL CONTINUE: Ongoing development as well as
administrative work of the State government will continue without any
hindrance, said Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar yesterday (1 Mar) while
asserting that he would adhere to the Model Code of Conduct in text and
spirit. "We will tell the people we have delivered, so allow us to deliver
more," said Parrikar yesterday. (GT)

PARRIKAR MAY SEEK DISSOLUTION: Shiv Sena's Rajya Sabha MP and in-charge of
Goa desk, Eknath Thakur has predicted that Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar
would seek the dissolution of the Goa Assembly within six months owing to
growing disenchantment within the ministry. Mr Thakur was addressing a press
conference in Panjim to announce that the Shiv Sena would contest both the
Lok Sabha seats from Goa. (H)

ALLIANCE WILL STRENGTHEN CONG: Leader of Opposition and Poriem MLA
Pratapsing Rane stressed on the necessity of an alliance of the Congress
party with other political parties to strengthen the position of the former.
He was addressing a meeting of party workers called by the North Goa
District Congress Committee for guiding the party activists in view of the
forthcoming Lok Sabha elections. (GT)

LOSING INCOME FROM HOARDINGS: There are nothing less than 2,000 hoardings in
the State, according to some senior government officials, as described in
government notification and each board/hoarding upto one square metre is to
fetch government an income of Rs.200 per year and for subsequent one metre
or part thereof, their owners have to pay Rs.50 to the State exchequer. The
government is supposed to get a minimum income of Rs.4 lakh.However, the
income that the government has been getting.is a paltry Rs.1.42 lakh from
the owners of 7agencies across the State. (NT)

TWO INJURED IN PORVORIM: A 65-year-0ld pedestrian from Keri-Ponda was
injured after he was knocked down by a motorcycle near Porvorim market on
Sunday evening. In another incident, a scooter rider Nelson Pinto was
injured when he dashed against a Matiz car near Porvorim market on Monday.
(H)

DEBATE ON DRAFT EDUCATION POLICY: The government will hear public opinion,
suggestions on the draft Education Policy on 22 and 23 May 2004, at a venue
to be announced later. Chief Minister Parrikar stated that it was necessary
to ascertain the views of academicians, educationists, teachers and parents
in general, over the draft, which he said, is an important document. (GT)

GOA SU-RAJ PARTY'S NOTICE TO EDC BODS: The Goa Su-Raj Party has served a
legal notice to the Economic Development Corporation Ltd Board of Directors
in respect of a waiver granted to Sim Chem Private Ltd for discrepancies to
the tune of Rs.84.61 lakh reported as a waiver by the company from EDC to
the Registrar of Companies. (GT)

SEMINAR ON ADVERTISING: The advertising fraternity in Goa is organizing a
seminar on advertising at the International Centre, Dona Paula, on 5 and 6
March. The seminar will benefit corporates, students, agencies and
professionals in the field. The entire seminar is presented by Apple
Computer in association with Gomantak of the Sakal Group, Goan Observer,
Tarun Bharat and Goa Handicraft. (GT)

CONSTRUCTION WORKER DROWNS: A construction worker, Chandraveer KC, died
after he accidentally fell into the water tank at a site in Old Mardol,
Verna, in the early hours on March 1. (NT)

MEET TO CONDOLE FR PEREIRA'S DEATH: Thomas Stephens Konkani Kendra in
collaboration with other Konkani institutions, has convened a meeting on
march 4 at 5.30 pm at TB Cunha Hall, Panaji, to condole the death of Fr
Antonio Pereira, SJ. (NT)

GUIDE BOOK ON MARRIAGE: The Chief Minister released a guide to marriage, in
Marathi, Kadhi Navhati Ashi Sankalpana, at a special function at the Kala
Academy Black Box on March 1. The book has been conceptualized by Mr Santosh
Tari. (NT)

BODY FOUND IN ANJUNA: The Anjuna police recovered the body of an unknown
male person lying at Dando in Anjuna on March 1 morning. The dead person (in
the age group 30-35 years) was found only with his undergarments, according
to the police. (NT)

RAPE ACCUSED TO BE PRODUCED IN COURT: Rape accused Francis Fernandes of
Mapusa, suspected to have links with accused paedophile Aveline Pinto will
be appearing before the Sessions Court on March 3 for trial. (H)

BASIC AMENITIES FOR SLUMS: Some social activists from Pernem have demanded
that migrant labourers staying in slums at Kiranpani be provided with basic
amenities like tap water, toilets, electricity, etc to help them live a
decent life and to save Kiranpani and nearby areas from getting polluted.
(GT)

VERNA INDUSTRIAL ESTATE: Verna Industrial Estate is special to us. A number
of big names-national and multinational-mainly in the pharmaceutical sector
have set up shop in Verna. It has given a place of pride for Goa in the
industrial sector. Located along side the national highway NH17, the estate
is in close proximity to the port and airport. The industrial estate is
developed with proper planning and professionalism. Only eco-friendly units
have been allowed. And it has emerged as a 'pharma hub'. (From a Special
feature in Herald)

BAINA FACT-FINDING PANEL: The Forum for Justice in Baina has constituted an
independent fact-finding committee comprising Prabhakar Timble, Ms Patricia
Pinto and Adv Thalmann Pereira. The forum committee will be meeting with
people from the area, senior bureaucrats and government officials,
politicians, NGOs and other, to investigate into the complaints of human
rights violations against the people of Baina beach area, particularly sex
workers. (H)

BETALBATIM HOUSE BURGLED: Gold ornaments and cash all valued around
Rs.40,000 was burgled from the house of Anita Fernandes at Betalbatim, on
the night of February 27. (H)

RELEASE OF ALEXANDRE'S NOVEL: On March 8, at 6 pm, Goan MP Eduardo Faleiro
will release a novel, Touched by the Toe, at Fundacao Oriente in Panjim. The
novel has been written by Alexandre Moniz Barbosa, Assistant Editor of
monthly Goa Today.

LECTURE ON ART: Xavier Centre for Historical Research will host a lecture on
"Art in Goan Homes" by Heta Pandit on march 4, at 5.30 pm. The talk will
cover examples of art in Goan homes. (H)

MUSIC RUNS IN THE FAMILY: The story began in the later half of nineteenth
century. It cruised through the twentieth century and right into the
twenty-first century. Four of the five generations of musicians from this
family are living, with the oldest, Maestro Fernando Francisco Simplicio
Afonso, completing a hundred years on March 2, 2004. The baton of musical
custom is being carried by his son Mansueto Afonso, grandson Shelton Afonso
of Shelton Goes Solo one man band, and Neville Monteiro, his eight-year-old
great grandson, who is learning to play the violin and plays very well for a
beginner. (Willy Goes in Herald)

DD HAS NEW DIRECTOR: Pandharinath Damodar Lotlikar is the new full-fledged
station Director of Panjim Doordarshan Kendra. Lotlikar hails from Margao
and is one of the senior officers of Prasar Bharati. He joined AIR, Panjim,
as the producer for educational broadcast in 1977 and was deputed to Germany
in 1991 by the Government of India to study the role of mass media in
education. He was promoted as Asst Station Director in 1993 and posted in
Mumbai. He has also worked in AIR, Ratnagiri. (H)

S P O R T S

MERCES CLINCH VOLLEYBALL TITLE: True to form and expectations, favourites
Merces Club dropped a set but managed to score a fluent 23-25, 25-19, 25-20,
25-16 win over Saraswati Sporting, Bambolim, to emerge champions in the 4th
All Goa floodlight volleyball tournament, organized by Mala Sports Club, at
Club courts, Panjim. (H)

NERUL WIN: United Club of Nerul brightened their chances to qualify for the
next round with a hard-fought 3-1 victory over Milagres Sports Club in the
GFA Third Division Group-E league match, at Duler grounds in Mapusa. (H)

CALANGUTE STORM INTO FINALS: Calangute Association made it to the finals of
the VM Salgaocar Trophy with a solitary goal victory over Navelim Villagers
Union, at Saligao Sporting grounds. (H)

G R E E T I N G S
Warm wishes to EZEQUEIL & EFFIE CARNEIRO of Ucassaim on your 50th Wedding
anniversary. God's choicest blessings. Wishing you both good health
happiness and prosperity today and every other day of your lives and may
this Golden anniversary turn to Diamond. With love from your Children
Natty/Julian, Clarence/Avita, Stanley/Connie; Grand Children Natasha,
Nastasa, Natalia, Nathan, Sean, Sonia, Wilbur & Clarissa ("Clarence
Carneiro" carnero0318 at rogers.com)

D E A T H S
01 Mar: Margao-Aquem Alto: CLARINA MIRANDA DIAS, wife of late Dr
Emerciano Leonardo, mother of Sita, Sushila, Rabindra, Jawahar, Joanna,
Marie, mother-in-law of Hemant, Nanda and Felicia.
01 Mar: Chicalim: MARIA AGNES SEQUEIRA, relict of late Salvador Paulo,
mother of Emerita/late Sertorio, Platilda/Late Gonsalinho, Violeta/late
Roque, Manuel/Succorina, Joseph/Flora, Annie/Domnic, Assis/Anjela.
01 Mar: Sao Jose de Areal: ASSIS EXALTACAO RODRIGUES: husband of Maria
Francisca, father of Alick, Jerson and Wilfred.
29 Feb: Sao Jose de Areal: JOSE JOAQUIM LAZARIO D'SILVA, husband if
Nicaela Cardozo, father of Bonny/Margarida, Romisco/late Sucorina,
Agnelo/Brinda, Joe, Mario.
28 Feb: Orlim: JACKSON D'SOUZA (P& O Cruises), husband of Donatilda, son
of Filipe/Milagrina, brother of Robert and Miguel, brother-in-law of Renny,
Eugene, Germina/Dmas, Jennifer/Micky.

G O A W E A T H E R
Temp: 26.2 degC (79.2 degF) at 8.00 am today in Assagao.
Max Temp: 31.5 deg C; Min Temp: 22.2 deg C; Humidity: 87% (Official
figures for yesterday)
Weather: A warmer morning than yesterday.

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

JOEL D'SOUZA, Assagao-Goa-India.
Website: www.goacom.com
Goacom News Clippings at: http://www.goacom.com/news
Webzine "GoaNOW": http://www.goacom.com/goanow
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2004-03-02 06:53:15 UTC
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02 March 2004

DR WILLY RESIGNS FROM PLANNING BOARD: NCP MLA Dr Wilfred de Souza said he
had tendered his resignation as vice chairman of the Planning Board
yesterday (1 Mar) after the code of conduct came into force with the
announcement of Lok Sabha elections. Dr de Souza claimed that he would
participate in the elections and did not want to be hauled up for
wrong-doing, though he was not sure as yet in what capacity. (GT)

DEVELOPMENT WORK WILL CONTINUE: Ongoing development as well as
administrative work of the State government will continue without any
hindrance, said Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar yesterday (1 Mar) while
asserting that he would adhere to the Model Code of Conduct in text and
spirit. "We will tell the people we have delivered, so allow us to deliver
more," said Parrikar yesterday. (GT)

PARRIKAR MAY SEEK DISSOLUTION: Shiv Sena's Rajya Sabha MP and in-charge of
Goa desk, Eknath Thakur has predicted that Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar
would seek the dissolution of the Goa Assembly within six months owing to
growing disenchantment within the ministry. Mr Thakur was addressing a press
conference in Panjim to announce that the Shiv Sena would contest both the
Lok Sabha seats from Goa. (H)

ALLIANCE WILL STRENGTHEN CONG: Leader of Opposition and Poriem MLA
Pratapsing Rane stressed on the necessity of an alliance of the Congress
party with other political parties to strengthen the position of the former.
He was addressing a meeting of party workers called by the North Goa
District Congress Committee for guiding the party activists in view of the
forthcoming Lok Sabha elections. (GT)

LOSING INCOME FROM HOARDINGS: There are nothing less than 2,000 hoardings in
the State, according to some senior government officials, as described in
government notification and each board/hoarding upto one square metre is to
fetch government an income of Rs.200 per year and for subsequent one metre
or part thereof, their owners have to pay Rs.50 to the State exchequer. The
government is supposed to get a minimum income of Rs.4 lakh.However, the
income that the government has been getting.is a paltry Rs.1.42 lakh from
the owners of 7agencies across the State. (NT)

TWO INJURED IN PORVORIM: A 65-year-0ld pedestrian from Keri-Ponda was
injured after he was knocked down by a motorcycle near Porvorim market on
Sunday evening. In another incident, a scooter rider Nelson Pinto was
injured when he dashed against a Matiz car near Porvorim market on Monday.
(H)

DEBATE ON DRAFT EDUCATION POLICY: The government will hear public opinion,
suggestions on the draft Education Policy on 22 and 23 May 2004, at a venue
to be announced later. Chief Minister Parrikar stated that it was necessary
to ascertain the views of academicians, educationists, teachers and parents
in general, over the draft, which he said, is an important document. (GT)

GOA SU-RAJ PARTY'S NOTICE TO EDC BODS: The Goa Su-Raj Party has served a
legal notice to the Economic Development Corporation Ltd Board of Directors
in respect of a waiver granted to Sim Chem Private Ltd for discrepancies to
the tune of Rs.84.61 lakh reported as a waiver by the company from EDC to
the Registrar of Companies. (GT)

SEMINAR ON ADVERTISING: The advertising fraternity in Goa is organizing a
seminar on advertising at the International Centre, Dona Paula, on 5 and 6
March. The seminar will benefit corporates, students, agencies and
professionals in the field. The entire seminar is presented by Apple
Computer in association with Gomantak of the Sakal Group, Goan Observer,
Tarun Bharat and Goa Handicraft. (GT)

CONSTRUCTION WORKER DROWNS: A construction worker, Chandraveer KC, died
after he accidentally fell into the water tank at a site in Old Mardol,
Verna, in the early hours on March 1. (NT)

MEET TO CONDOLE FR PEREIRA'S DEATH: Thomas Stephens Konkani Kendra in
collaboration with other Konkani institutions, has convened a meeting on
march 4 at 5.30 pm at TB Cunha Hall, Panaji, to condole the death of Fr
Antonio Pereira, SJ. (NT)

GUIDE BOOK ON MARRIAGE: The Chief Minister released a guide to marriage, in
Marathi, Kadhi Navhati Ashi Sankalpana, at a special function at the Kala
Academy Black Box on March 1. The book has been conceptualized by Mr Santosh
Tari. (NT)

BODY FOUND IN ANJUNA: The Anjuna police recovered the body of an unknown
male person lying at Dando in Anjuna on March 1 morning. The dead person (in
the age group 30-35 years) was found only with his undergarments, according
to the police. (NT)

RAPE ACCUSED TO BE PRODUCED IN COURT: Rape accused Francis Fernandes of
Mapusa, suspected to have links with accused paedophile Aveline Pinto will
be appearing before the Sessions Court on March 3 for trial. (H)

BASIC AMENITIES FOR SLUMS: Some social activists from Pernem have demanded
that migrant labourers staying in slums at Kiranpani be provided with basic
amenities like tap water, toilets, electricity, etc to help them live a
decent life and to save Kiranpani and nearby areas from getting polluted.
(GT)

VERNA INDUSTRIAL ESTATE: Verna Industrial Estate is special to us. A number
of big names-national and multinational-mainly in the pharmaceutical sector
have set up shop in Verna. It has given a place of pride for Goa in the
industrial sector. Located along side the national highway NH17, the estate
is in close proximity to the port and airport. The industrial estate is
developed with proper planning and professionalism. Only eco-friendly units
have been allowed. And it has emerged as a 'pharma hub'. (From a Special
feature in Herald)

BAINA FACT-FINDING PANEL: The Forum for Justice in Baina has constituted an
independent fact-finding committee comprising Prabhakar Timble, Ms Patricia
Pinto and Adv Thalmann Pereira. The forum committee will be meeting with
people from the area, senior bureaucrats and government officials,
politicians, NGOs and other, to investigate into the complaints of human
rights violations against the people of Baina beach area, particularly sex
workers. (H)

BETALBATIM HOUSE BURGLED: Gold ornaments and cash all valued around
Rs.40,000 was burgled from the house of Anita Fernandes at Betalbatim, on
the night of February 27. (H)

RELEASE OF ALEXANDRE'S NOVEL: On March 8, at 6 pm, Goan MP Eduardo Faleiro
will release a novel, Touched by the Toe, at Fundacao Oriente in Panjim. The
novel has been written by Alexandre Moniz Barbosa, Assistant Editor of
monthly Goa Today.

LECTURE ON ART: Xavier Centre for Historical Research will host a lecture on
"Art in Goan Homes" by Heta Pandit on march 4, at 5.30 pm. The talk will
cover examples of art in Goan homes. (H)

MUSIC RUNS IN THE FAMILY: The story began in the later half of nineteenth
century. It cruised through the twentieth century and right into the
twenty-first century. Four of the five generations of musicians from this
family are living, with the oldest, Maestro Fernando Francisco Simplicio
Afonso, completing a hundred years on March 2, 2004. The baton of musical
custom is being carried by his son Mansueto Afonso, grandson Shelton Afonso
of Shelton Goes Solo one man band, and Neville Monteiro, his eight-year-old
great grandson, who is learning to play the violin and plays very well for a
beginner. (Willy Goes in Herald)

DD HAS NEW DIRECTOR: Pandharinath Damodar Lotlikar is the new full-fledged
station Director of Panjim Doordarshan Kendra. Lotlikar hails from Margao
and is one of the senior officers of Prasar Bharati. He joined AIR, Panjim,
as the producer for educational broadcast in 1977 and was deputed to Germany
in 1991 by the Government of India to study the role of mass media in
education. He was promoted as Asst Station Director in 1993 and posted in
Mumbai. He has also worked in AIR, Ratnagiri. (H)

S P O R T S

MERCES CLINCH VOLLEYBALL TITLE: True to form and expectations, favourites
Merces Club dropped a set but managed to score a fluent 23-25, 25-19, 25-20,
25-16 win over Saraswati Sporting, Bambolim, to emerge champions in the 4th
All Goa floodlight volleyball tournament, organized by Mala Sports Club, at
Club courts, Panjim. (H)

NERUL WIN: United Club of Nerul brightened their chances to qualify for the
next round with a hard-fought 3-1 victory over Milagres Sports Club in the
GFA Third Division Group-E league match, at Duler grounds in Mapusa. (H)

CALANGUTE STORM INTO FINALS: Calangute Association made it to the finals of
the VM Salgaocar Trophy with a solitary goal victory over Navelim Villagers
Union, at Saligao Sporting grounds. (H)

G R E E T I N G S
Warm wishes to EZEQUEIL & EFFIE CARNEIRO of Ucassaim on your 50th Wedding
anniversary. God's choicest blessings. Wishing you both good health
happiness and prosperity today and every other day of your lives and may
this Golden anniversary turn to Diamond. With love from your Children
Natty/Julian, Clarence/Avita, Stanley/Connie; Grand Children Natasha,
Nastasa, Natalia, Nathan, Sean, Sonia, Wilbur & Clarissa ("Clarence
Carneiro" carnero0318 at rogers.com)

D E A T H S
01 Mar: Margao-Aquem Alto: CLARINA MIRANDA DIAS, wife of late Dr
Emerciano Leonardo, mother of Sita, Sushila, Rabindra, Jawahar, Joanna,
Marie, mother-in-law of Hemant, Nanda and Felicia.
01 Mar: Chicalim: MARIA AGNES SEQUEIRA, relict of late Salvador Paulo,
mother of Emerita/late Sertorio, Platilda/Late Gonsalinho, Violeta/late
Roque, Manuel/Succorina, Joseph/Flora, Annie/Domnic, Assis/Anjela.
01 Mar: Sao Jose de Areal: ASSIS EXALTACAO RODRIGUES: husband of Maria
Francisca, father of Alick, Jerson and Wilfred.
29 Feb: Sao Jose de Areal: JOSE JOAQUIM LAZARIO D'SILVA, husband if
Nicaela Cardozo, father of Bonny/Margarida, Romisco/late Sucorina,
Agnelo/Brinda, Joe, Mario.
28 Feb: Orlim: JACKSON D'SOUZA (P& O Cruises), husband of Donatilda, son
of Filipe/Milagrina, brother of Robert and Miguel, brother-in-law of Renny,
Eugene, Germina/Dmas, Jennifer/Micky.

G O A W E A T H E R
Temp: 26.2 degC (79.2 degF) at 8.00 am today in Assagao.
Max Temp: 31.5 deg C; Min Temp: 22.2 deg C; Humidity: 87% (Official
figures for yesterday)
Weather: A warmer morning than yesterday.

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

JOEL D'SOUZA, Assagao-Goa-India.
Website: www.goacom.com
Goacom News Clippings at: http://www.goacom.com/news
Webzine "GoaNOW": http://www.goacom.com/goanow

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