Goanet News Service
2007-07-09 04:02:20 UTC
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*** Monday, July 9, 2007 (Deccan Herald)
Portuguese Fado will be presented by Fado Goa, a group of
accomplished singers and musicians from Goa-Sonia Shirsat,
Miguel Cotta, Chantale Marie Cotta, Franz Schubert Cotta and
Carlos Menezes at the Alliance Franaise auditorium on July 11.
*** Goa to implement industrial policy, have new education
policy: CM (New Kerala)
Panaji, Jul 7: Chief Minister Digambar Kamat has favoured
framing of a new integrated education policy right from the
primary level to develop skilled manpower for the industry.
*** New regional plan should be with peoples participation:
Churchill (Navhind Times)
Margao, July 8 Mr Churchill Alemao, the president of the Save
Goa Front today told `The Navhind Times that the States new
Regional Plan for 2011 should be drawn with the participation of
*** Governor, CM condole death (Navhind Times)
Panaji, July 8 The Governor of Goa, Mr S C Jamir and Chief
Minister, Digambar Kamat have expressed grief over the demise of
the former Prime Minister of India, Mr Chandrashekhar.
*** Goa lacks skilled manpower: CM (Navhind Times)
Panaji, July 6 The Chief Minister, Mr Digambar Kamat today
observed that Goa is devoid of skilled manpower which is
required to run state-based industries. He also assured that the
state industrial policy would be implemented soon "without any
*** Listen to the voice of Goas Charlie Chaplin (Navhind
The late Jacinto Vaz was a comedian with class. His comedy was
humorous without being loud or crass. Just his appearance on the
stage, would have the audience in titters. Not suprising, he was
called Goas Charlie Chaplin.
*** Movie Preview : Bombay To Goa (Indiafm via Yahoo! India
Bombay to Goa is the story is about two lives ? Lal (Sunil
Pal) and Das (Vijay Raaz). Lal is a very ambitious guy, a
dreamer, who wants to become big in life and start his own
*** Bennett brother wants Goa link probed (Indian Express via
Yahoo! India News)
Malsai was the climax, but it was Goa where the story began,"
says Paul Bennett (42), brother of slain British tourist Stephen
Bennett. Stephen, a tourist of British National was found
murdered in Malsai village near Roha in Raigad district on
December 11, 2006. A few days after his death, his mother
Maureen revealed that her son had been calling her from Goa,
stating that he feared for his life. ...
Compiled by Goanet News Service