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GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
May 25, 2003

2 MORE HELD: GANG-RAPE: The Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Parrikar said that
the government would not tolerate any atrocities on women and would take
harsh action against perpetrators of such crimes
Meanwhile the deputy
Inspector General of Police, Mr Karnal Singh, informed the pressmen that
the medical report of the girl received by the police does not support the
rape theory. The report also does not mention about physical signs of abuse
on the body of the victim, he added.
(http://www.navhindtimes.com/stories.php?part=news&Story_ID=052514)

PSI SUSPENDED FOR 'INSENSITIVE' ATTITUDE: Police Sub-Inspector Devendra Gad
was suspended yesterday for his "insensitive" attitude while tackling the
alleged gang-rape incident, emphasizing that the grave crime, especially
against women should be handled seriously.
(http://oherald.com/newherald/newsGN.asp?qId=783&qSec=GN&qNType=R)

TWO-YEAR-OLD CHILD SUFFOCATES: A 2-year-old child lost her life due to
sheer negligence of her parents. According to the police, Ashwini's
parents, Srinivas and Renuka Marathe, made a sort of swing tied to an
overhead cross bar with the help of a saree near their hut, and went off to
work at a construction site at Malbhat. The police claim that with the
swinging motion the saree got entangled. As a result of the twist of the
two ends of the saree, the child suffocated and died. (WE-GT)

GUIRIM BIKE 'PILOT' SHOT AT BY PILLION: In a shocking incident in broad
daylight on Saturday afternoon, a 36-year-old motorcycle pilot from Guirim
was shot at and seriously wounded by an unidentified man, who had hired the
motorcycle to take him to Nachinola. Even after 10-hours of the shoot-out,
the victim, who had a bullet in his body, was not operated, allegedly due
to non-availability of senior doctors at the Goa Medical College (GMC)
Hospital at Bambolim.
(http://oherald.com/newherald/newsGN.asp?qId=780&qSec=GN&qNType=R)

CALANGUTE MLA ALLEGES POLITICAL VENDETTA: Congress MLA from Calangute,
Agnelo Fernandes, repeated the Congress hymn of "political vendetta", while
defending himself in the alleged land-grabbing case registered against him. (H)

INVOLVE GOAN DIASPORA FOR DEVELOPMENT: Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar
yesterday stated that there was a need to involve Goans migrated to other
places in the development of the State. It was with this in mind that the
Gomant Bharati Sammelan will be organised at Master Dattaram Volvoikar Kala
Mandir, Ponda, on 31 May. Another reason for organizing the event was the
"feel good" factor where people, who had estranged themselves from their
roots for whatever reason, would have a sense of belonging and know that
they are being cared for. He said that the total expenditure for the
Sammelan was about Rs.6 lakh, but added that the returns would be much more
as he envisaged far reaching gains. He expected about 300 to 350
participants from outside the state. (WE-GT)

MILK COLLECTION MACHINE: The Minister for Co-operation, Mr Vinay Tendulkar,
inaugurated an automatic computerised milk collecting machine at Chandel,
Pernem, on May 23. The machine is equipped with the facility of valuing the
percentage of cream in order to distinguish adulterated milk. The machine
will collect over 1,000 litres of milk per day. Tendulkar emphasised the
need to encourage farmers to start dairy farming, which will help
supplement their income besides increasing milk production in the State. (NT)

"PORTUGUESE REGIME IN GOA TRIED TO DESTROY LOCAL CULTURE": Speaking at the
prize distribution function for the winners of the 42nd Maharashtra state
drama contest, held at Kala Academy, Art and Culture Minister, Mr Ramrao
Desai, said that "The 450 years of Portuguese regime in Goa tried to
destroy the local culture but the artistes and artisans tirelessly worked
towards preserving the same." (NT)

MALIKARJUN COLLEGE SHIFTED: Shree Mallikarjun College of Arts & Commerce,
Canacona has been shifted from Mallikarjun High School, Char
Rasta-Canacona, to its new campus at Delem-Canacona with effect from 21 May
2003. (WE-GT)

SANGUEM FEAST: The feast of Our Lady of Miracles, Sanguem, will be
celebrated on May 25. In the evening, a Konkani drama "Tiatr Somplo Cholat
Ghara", written and directed by Mario Menezes, will be staged at the church
square in aid of the Miracles Church. (H)

WINSTON AWARDED PHD: Winston Costa Pereira, ex-student of GMC, has been
awarded a PhD in Immunology, by the Manipal Academy of Higher Education
recently. The topic of his research was "Apostosis during Immune Response".
Dr Winston, from Calata-Majorda, worked as a senior research fellow under
the Indian council of Medical Research, New Delhi. He graduated in
chemistry with a first class from St Xavier's College, Mapusa. (H)

BAKIBAB REMEMBERED: Noted poet Mangesh Padgaonkar yesterday lauded the
works of legendary poet late Baikibab Borkar at a function held at Kala
Academy, Campal, Panaji. (WE-GT)

MONTE DE GUIRIM SOCIAL: The ninth grand annual social of Monte de Guirim,
to commemorate the feast St Anthony, will be held by Monte de Guirim alumni
at the International Banquet Hall, 5835 Kennedy Road, Mississauga, Ontario,
on 8th June at 11.30 am. For more information: Email: Tony Fernandes
tonferns at hotmail.com Also check the Guirim alumni network on
Yahoogroups.com by searching for "Guirim".

S P O R T S

MAHINDRA ROLLS OVER CHURCHILL: Mahindra United, Mumbai, scored a well
deserving 4-1 victory over Churchill Bros in the Junior NFL soccer
champions at Duler in Mapusa. Mahindra struck twice in each half through
Muneer Sheikh, Anil Pawar, Mohammad Khan and Agnelo Francis. Kingsley B
D'Costa pulled one back for Churchill Bros. (WE-GT)

GOAN RIDERS TO BOYCOTT: Most of Goa's well known riders will boycott the
Goa Gold Cup Supercross Championship being held on Sunday, May 25, at the
Gomes Race Track, in protest of what they termed as "anti-rider and callous
attitude by the Goa Motor Sports Association shown towards the Goan
riders". (H)

D E A T H S
18 May: Australia/Baga-Velim: LLOYD ALONZIO D'CRUZ, husband of Linda,
father of Tracy, son of late Lourecinho/late Fransquinha,
brother/brother-in-law of late Ophelia/Late Curcino, late Olga/late Lafans,
Altino/Jennie, Audrey/Rotnez.
24 May: Panjim: CAITAN JJ D'CRUZ, husband of Merciana, father of
Catherina/Succoro Pereira, Bruno/Espy, Vincent/Evila, Juliana/Gabby.
24 May: Panjim-Mala: SALVADOR FERNANDES, husband of Felicidade, father
of Antonio/Terezinha, Peter/Joanita and Manuel/Artemizia.

G O A W E A T H E R
Temp: 30.6 deg C (87.1 deg F) at 08.00 am in Assagao.
Max Temp: 33.0 deg C, Min Temp: 23.0 deg C; Humidity: 69% (Official
figures for yesterday)
Weather: Bright sunshine
sweltering heat despite a fine breeze this
Sunday morning in Goa.

Courtesy: H=Herald, NT=The Navhind Times, GT= Gomantak Times

JOEL D'SOUZA, Assagao-Goa-India.
Website: www.goacom.com
Goacom News Clippings at: http://www.goacom.com/news
Monthly Webzine: http://www.goacom.com/goanow
Joel D'Souza
2003-05-25 10:04:00 UTC
Permalink
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
May 25, 2003

2 MORE HELD: GANG-RAPE: The Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Parrikar said that
the government would not tolerate any atrocities on women and would take
harsh action against perpetrators of such crimes
Meanwhile the deputy
Inspector General of Police, Mr Karnal Singh, informed the pressmen that
the medical report of the girl received by the police does not support the
rape theory. The report also does not mention about physical signs of abuse
on the body of the victim, he added.
(http://www.navhindtimes.com/stories.php?part=news&Story_ID=052514)

PSI SUSPENDED FOR 'INSENSITIVE' ATTITUDE: Police Sub-Inspector Devendra Gad
was suspended yesterday for his "insensitive" attitude while tackling the
alleged gang-rape incident, emphasizing that the grave crime, especially
against women should be handled seriously.
(http://oherald.com/newherald/newsGN.asp?qId=783&qSec=GN&qNType=R)

TWO-YEAR-OLD CHILD SUFFOCATES: A 2-year-old child lost her life due to
sheer negligence of her parents. According to the police, Ashwini's
parents, Srinivas and Renuka Marathe, made a sort of swing tied to an
overhead cross bar with the help of a saree near their hut, and went off to
work at a construction site at Malbhat. The police claim that with the
swinging motion the saree got entangled. As a result of the twist of the
two ends of the saree, the child suffocated and died. (WE-GT)

GUIRIM BIKE 'PILOT' SHOT AT BY PILLION: In a shocking incident in broad
daylight on Saturday afternoon, a 36-year-old motorcycle pilot from Guirim
was shot at and seriously wounded by an unidentified man, who had hired the
motorcycle to take him to Nachinola. Even after 10-hours of the shoot-out,
the victim, who had a bullet in his body, was not operated, allegedly due
to non-availability of senior doctors at the Goa Medical College (GMC)
Hospital at Bambolim.
(http://oherald.com/newherald/newsGN.asp?qId=780&qSec=GN&qNType=R)

CALANGUTE MLA ALLEGES POLITICAL VENDETTA: Congress MLA from Calangute,
Agnelo Fernandes, repeated the Congress hymn of "political vendetta", while
defending himself in the alleged land-grabbing case registered against him. (H)

INVOLVE GOAN DIASPORA FOR DEVELOPMENT: Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar
yesterday stated that there was a need to involve Goans migrated to other
places in the development of the State. It was with this in mind that the
Gomant Bharati Sammelan will be organised at Master Dattaram Volvoikar Kala
Mandir, Ponda, on 31 May. Another reason for organizing the event was the
"feel good" factor where people, who had estranged themselves from their
roots for whatever reason, would have a sense of belonging and know that
they are being cared for. He said that the total expenditure for the
Sammelan was about Rs.6 lakh, but added that the returns would be much more
as he envisaged far reaching gains. He expected about 300 to 350
participants from outside the state. (WE-GT)

MILK COLLECTION MACHINE: The Minister for Co-operation, Mr Vinay Tendulkar,
inaugurated an automatic computerised milk collecting machine at Chandel,
Pernem, on May 23. The machine is equipped with the facility of valuing the
percentage of cream in order to distinguish adulterated milk. The machine
will collect over 1,000 litres of milk per day. Tendulkar emphasised the
need to encourage farmers to start dairy farming, which will help
supplement their income besides increasing milk production in the State. (NT)

"PORTUGUESE REGIME IN GOA TRIED TO DESTROY LOCAL CULTURE": Speaking at the
prize distribution function for the winners of the 42nd Maharashtra state
drama contest, held at Kala Academy, Art and Culture Minister, Mr Ramrao
Desai, said that "The 450 years of Portuguese regime in Goa tried to
destroy the local culture but the artistes and artisans tirelessly worked
towards preserving the same." (NT)

MALIKARJUN COLLEGE SHIFTED: Shree Mallikarjun College of Arts & Commerce,
Canacona has been shifted from Mallikarjun High School, Char
Rasta-Canacona, to its new campus at Delem-Canacona with effect from 21 May
2003. (WE-GT)

SANGUEM FEAST: The feast of Our Lady of Miracles, Sanguem, will be
celebrated on May 25. In the evening, a Konkani drama "Tiatr Somplo Cholat
Ghara", written and directed by Mario Menezes, will be staged at the church
square in aid of the Miracles Church. (H)

WINSTON AWARDED PHD: Winston Costa Pereira, ex-student of GMC, has been
awarded a PhD in Immunology, by the Manipal Academy of Higher Education
recently. The topic of his research was "Apostosis during Immune Response".
Dr Winston, from Calata-Majorda, worked as a senior research fellow under
the Indian council of Medical Research, New Delhi. He graduated in
chemistry with a first class from St Xavier's College, Mapusa. (H)

BAKIBAB REMEMBERED: Noted poet Mangesh Padgaonkar yesterday lauded the
works of legendary poet late Baikibab Borkar at a function held at Kala
Academy, Campal, Panaji. (WE-GT)

MONTE DE GUIRIM SOCIAL: The ninth grand annual social of Monte de Guirim,
to commemorate the feast St Anthony, will be held by Monte de Guirim alumni
at the International Banquet Hall, 5835 Kennedy Road, Mississauga, Ontario,
on 8th June at 11.30 am. For more information: Email: Tony Fernandes
tonferns at hotmail.com Also check the Guirim alumni network on
Yahoogroups.com by searching for "Guirim".

S P O R T S

MAHINDRA ROLLS OVER CHURCHILL: Mahindra United, Mumbai, scored a well
deserving 4-1 victory over Churchill Bros in the Junior NFL soccer
champions at Duler in Mapusa. Mahindra struck twice in each half through
Muneer Sheikh, Anil Pawar, Mohammad Khan and Agnelo Francis. Kingsley B
D'Costa pulled one back for Churchill Bros. (WE-GT)

GOAN RIDERS TO BOYCOTT: Most of Goa's well known riders will boycott the
Goa Gold Cup Supercross Championship being held on Sunday, May 25, at the
Gomes Race Track, in protest of what they termed as "anti-rider and callous
attitude by the Goa Motor Sports Association shown towards the Goan
riders". (H)

D E A T H S
18 May: Australia/Baga-Velim: LLOYD ALONZIO D'CRUZ, husband of Linda,
father of Tracy, son of late Lourecinho/late Fransquinha,
brother/brother-in-law of late Ophelia/Late Curcino, late Olga/late Lafans,
Altino/Jennie, Audrey/Rotnez.
24 May: Panjim: CAITAN JJ D'CRUZ, husband of Merciana, father of
Catherina/Succoro Pereira, Bruno/Espy, Vincent/Evila, Juliana/Gabby.
24 May: Panjim-Mala: SALVADOR FERNANDES, husband of Felicidade, father
of Antonio/Terezinha, Peter/Joanita and Manuel/Artemizia.

G O A W E A T H E R
Temp: 30.6 deg C (87.1 deg F) at 08.00 am in Assagao.
Max Temp: 33.0 deg C, Min Temp: 23.0 deg C; Humidity: 69% (Official
figures for yesterday)
Weather: Bright sunshine
sweltering heat despite a fine breeze this
Sunday morning in Goa.

Courtesy: H=Herald, NT=The Navhind Times, GT= Gomantak Times

JOEL D'SOUZA, Assagao-Goa-India.
Website: www.goacom.com
Goacom News Clippings at: http://www.goacom.com/news
Monthly Webzine: http://www.goacom.com/goanow
Joel D'Souza
2003-05-25 10:04:00 UTC
Permalink
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
May 25, 2003

2 MORE HELD: GANG-RAPE: The Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Parrikar said that
the government would not tolerate any atrocities on women and would take
harsh action against perpetrators of such crimes
Meanwhile the deputy
Inspector General of Police, Mr Karnal Singh, informed the pressmen that
the medical report of the girl received by the police does not support the
rape theory. The report also does not mention about physical signs of abuse
on the body of the victim, he added.
(http://www.navhindtimes.com/stories.php?part=news&Story_ID=052514)

PSI SUSPENDED FOR 'INSENSITIVE' ATTITUDE: Police Sub-Inspector Devendra Gad
was suspended yesterday for his "insensitive" attitude while tackling the
alleged gang-rape incident, emphasizing that the grave crime, especially
against women should be handled seriously.
(http://oherald.com/newherald/newsGN.asp?qId=783&qSec=GN&qNType=R)

TWO-YEAR-OLD CHILD SUFFOCATES: A 2-year-old child lost her life due to
sheer negligence of her parents. According to the police, Ashwini's
parents, Srinivas and Renuka Marathe, made a sort of swing tied to an
overhead cross bar with the help of a saree near their hut, and went off to
work at a construction site at Malbhat. The police claim that with the
swinging motion the saree got entangled. As a result of the twist of the
two ends of the saree, the child suffocated and died. (WE-GT)

GUIRIM BIKE 'PILOT' SHOT AT BY PILLION: In a shocking incident in broad
daylight on Saturday afternoon, a 36-year-old motorcycle pilot from Guirim
was shot at and seriously wounded by an unidentified man, who had hired the
motorcycle to take him to Nachinola. Even after 10-hours of the shoot-out,
the victim, who had a bullet in his body, was not operated, allegedly due
to non-availability of senior doctors at the Goa Medical College (GMC)
Hospital at Bambolim.
(http://oherald.com/newherald/newsGN.asp?qId=780&qSec=GN&qNType=R)

CALANGUTE MLA ALLEGES POLITICAL VENDETTA: Congress MLA from Calangute,
Agnelo Fernandes, repeated the Congress hymn of "political vendetta", while
defending himself in the alleged land-grabbing case registered against him. (H)

INVOLVE GOAN DIASPORA FOR DEVELOPMENT: Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar
yesterday stated that there was a need to involve Goans migrated to other
places in the development of the State. It was with this in mind that the
Gomant Bharati Sammelan will be organised at Master Dattaram Volvoikar Kala
Mandir, Ponda, on 31 May. Another reason for organizing the event was the
"feel good" factor where people, who had estranged themselves from their
roots for whatever reason, would have a sense of belonging and know that
they are being cared for. He said that the total expenditure for the
Sammelan was about Rs.6 lakh, but added that the returns would be much more
as he envisaged far reaching gains. He expected about 300 to 350
participants from outside the state. (WE-GT)

MILK COLLECTION MACHINE: The Minister for Co-operation, Mr Vinay Tendulkar,
inaugurated an automatic computerised milk collecting machine at Chandel,
Pernem, on May 23. The machine is equipped with the facility of valuing the
percentage of cream in order to distinguish adulterated milk. The machine
will collect over 1,000 litres of milk per day. Tendulkar emphasised the
need to encourage farmers to start dairy farming, which will help
supplement their income besides increasing milk production in the State. (NT)

"PORTUGUESE REGIME IN GOA TRIED TO DESTROY LOCAL CULTURE": Speaking at the
prize distribution function for the winners of the 42nd Maharashtra state
drama contest, held at Kala Academy, Art and Culture Minister, Mr Ramrao
Desai, said that "The 450 years of Portuguese regime in Goa tried to
destroy the local culture but the artistes and artisans tirelessly worked
towards preserving the same." (NT)

MALIKARJUN COLLEGE SHIFTED: Shree Mallikarjun College of Arts & Commerce,
Canacona has been shifted from Mallikarjun High School, Char
Rasta-Canacona, to its new campus at Delem-Canacona with effect from 21 May
2003. (WE-GT)

SANGUEM FEAST: The feast of Our Lady of Miracles, Sanguem, will be
celebrated on May 25. In the evening, a Konkani drama "Tiatr Somplo Cholat
Ghara", written and directed by Mario Menezes, will be staged at the church
square in aid of the Miracles Church. (H)

WINSTON AWARDED PHD: Winston Costa Pereira, ex-student of GMC, has been
awarded a PhD in Immunology, by the Manipal Academy of Higher Education
recently. The topic of his research was "Apostosis during Immune Response".
Dr Winston, from Calata-Majorda, worked as a senior research fellow under
the Indian council of Medical Research, New Delhi. He graduated in
chemistry with a first class from St Xavier's College, Mapusa. (H)

BAKIBAB REMEMBERED: Noted poet Mangesh Padgaonkar yesterday lauded the
works of legendary poet late Baikibab Borkar at a function held at Kala
Academy, Campal, Panaji. (WE-GT)

MONTE DE GUIRIM SOCIAL: The ninth grand annual social of Monte de Guirim,
to commemorate the feast St Anthony, will be held by Monte de Guirim alumni
at the International Banquet Hall, 5835 Kennedy Road, Mississauga, Ontario,
on 8th June at 11.30 am. For more information: Email: Tony Fernandes
tonferns at hotmail.com Also check the Guirim alumni network on
Yahoogroups.com by searching for "Guirim".

S P O R T S

MAHINDRA ROLLS OVER CHURCHILL: Mahindra United, Mumbai, scored a well
deserving 4-1 victory over Churchill Bros in the Junior NFL soccer
champions at Duler in Mapusa. Mahindra struck twice in each half through
Muneer Sheikh, Anil Pawar, Mohammad Khan and Agnelo Francis. Kingsley B
D'Costa pulled one back for Churchill Bros. (WE-GT)

GOAN RIDERS TO BOYCOTT: Most of Goa's well known riders will boycott the
Goa Gold Cup Supercross Championship being held on Sunday, May 25, at the
Gomes Race Track, in protest of what they termed as "anti-rider and callous
attitude by the Goa Motor Sports Association shown towards the Goan
riders". (H)

D E A T H S
18 May: Australia/Baga-Velim: LLOYD ALONZIO D'CRUZ, husband of Linda,
father of Tracy, son of late Lourecinho/late Fransquinha,
brother/brother-in-law of late Ophelia/Late Curcino, late Olga/late Lafans,
Altino/Jennie, Audrey/Rotnez.
24 May: Panjim: CAITAN JJ D'CRUZ, husband of Merciana, father of
Catherina/Succoro Pereira, Bruno/Espy, Vincent/Evila, Juliana/Gabby.
24 May: Panjim-Mala: SALVADOR FERNANDES, husband of Felicidade, father
of Antonio/Terezinha, Peter/Joanita and Manuel/Artemizia.

G O A W E A T H E R
Temp: 30.6 deg C (87.1 deg F) at 08.00 am in Assagao.
Max Temp: 33.0 deg C, Min Temp: 23.0 deg C; Humidity: 69% (Official
figures for yesterday)
Weather: Bright sunshine
sweltering heat despite a fine breeze this
Sunday morning in Goa.

Courtesy: H=Herald, NT=The Navhind Times, GT= Gomantak Times

JOEL D'SOUZA, Assagao-Goa-India.
Website: www.goacom.com
Goacom News Clippings at: http://www.goacom.com/news
Monthly Webzine: http://www.goacom.com/goanow
Joel D'Souza
2003-05-25 10:04:00 UTC
Permalink
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
May 25, 2003

2 MORE HELD: GANG-RAPE: The Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Parrikar said that
the government would not tolerate any atrocities on women and would take
harsh action against perpetrators of such crimes
Meanwhile the deputy
Inspector General of Police, Mr Karnal Singh, informed the pressmen that
the medical report of the girl received by the police does not support the
rape theory. The report also does not mention about physical signs of abuse
on the body of the victim, he added.
(http://www.navhindtimes.com/stories.php?part=news&Story_ID=052514)

PSI SUSPENDED FOR 'INSENSITIVE' ATTITUDE: Police Sub-Inspector Devendra Gad
was suspended yesterday for his "insensitive" attitude while tackling the
alleged gang-rape incident, emphasizing that the grave crime, especially
against women should be handled seriously.
(http://oherald.com/newherald/newsGN.asp?qId=783&qSec=GN&qNType=R)

TWO-YEAR-OLD CHILD SUFFOCATES: A 2-year-old child lost her life due to
sheer negligence of her parents. According to the police, Ashwini's
parents, Srinivas and Renuka Marathe, made a sort of swing tied to an
overhead cross bar with the help of a saree near their hut, and went off to
work at a construction site at Malbhat. The police claim that with the
swinging motion the saree got entangled. As a result of the twist of the
two ends of the saree, the child suffocated and died. (WE-GT)

GUIRIM BIKE 'PILOT' SHOT AT BY PILLION: In a shocking incident in broad
daylight on Saturday afternoon, a 36-year-old motorcycle pilot from Guirim
was shot at and seriously wounded by an unidentified man, who had hired the
motorcycle to take him to Nachinola. Even after 10-hours of the shoot-out,
the victim, who had a bullet in his body, was not operated, allegedly due
to non-availability of senior doctors at the Goa Medical College (GMC)
Hospital at Bambolim.
(http://oherald.com/newherald/newsGN.asp?qId=780&qSec=GN&qNType=R)

CALANGUTE MLA ALLEGES POLITICAL VENDETTA: Congress MLA from Calangute,
Agnelo Fernandes, repeated the Congress hymn of "political vendetta", while
defending himself in the alleged land-grabbing case registered against him. (H)

INVOLVE GOAN DIASPORA FOR DEVELOPMENT: Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar
yesterday stated that there was a need to involve Goans migrated to other
places in the development of the State. It was with this in mind that the
Gomant Bharati Sammelan will be organised at Master Dattaram Volvoikar Kala
Mandir, Ponda, on 31 May. Another reason for organizing the event was the
"feel good" factor where people, who had estranged themselves from their
roots for whatever reason, would have a sense of belonging and know that
they are being cared for. He said that the total expenditure for the
Sammelan was about Rs.6 lakh, but added that the returns would be much more
as he envisaged far reaching gains. He expected about 300 to 350
participants from outside the state. (WE-GT)

MILK COLLECTION MACHINE: The Minister for Co-operation, Mr Vinay Tendulkar,
inaugurated an automatic computerised milk collecting machine at Chandel,
Pernem, on May 23. The machine is equipped with the facility of valuing the
percentage of cream in order to distinguish adulterated milk. The machine
will collect over 1,000 litres of milk per day. Tendulkar emphasised the
need to encourage farmers to start dairy farming, which will help
supplement their income besides increasing milk production in the State. (NT)

"PORTUGUESE REGIME IN GOA TRIED TO DESTROY LOCAL CULTURE": Speaking at the
prize distribution function for the winners of the 42nd Maharashtra state
drama contest, held at Kala Academy, Art and Culture Minister, Mr Ramrao
Desai, said that "The 450 years of Portuguese regime in Goa tried to
destroy the local culture but the artistes and artisans tirelessly worked
towards preserving the same." (NT)

MALIKARJUN COLLEGE SHIFTED: Shree Mallikarjun College of Arts & Commerce,
Canacona has been shifted from Mallikarjun High School, Char
Rasta-Canacona, to its new campus at Delem-Canacona with effect from 21 May
2003. (WE-GT)

SANGUEM FEAST: The feast of Our Lady of Miracles, Sanguem, will be
celebrated on May 25. In the evening, a Konkani drama "Tiatr Somplo Cholat
Ghara", written and directed by Mario Menezes, will be staged at the church
square in aid of the Miracles Church. (H)

WINSTON AWARDED PHD: Winston Costa Pereira, ex-student of GMC, has been
awarded a PhD in Immunology, by the Manipal Academy of Higher Education
recently. The topic of his research was "Apostosis during Immune Response".
Dr Winston, from Calata-Majorda, worked as a senior research fellow under
the Indian council of Medical Research, New Delhi. He graduated in
chemistry with a first class from St Xavier's College, Mapusa. (H)

BAKIBAB REMEMBERED: Noted poet Mangesh Padgaonkar yesterday lauded the
works of legendary poet late Baikibab Borkar at a function held at Kala
Academy, Campal, Panaji. (WE-GT)

MONTE DE GUIRIM SOCIAL: The ninth grand annual social of Monte de Guirim,
to commemorate the feast St Anthony, will be held by Monte de Guirim alumni
at the International Banquet Hall, 5835 Kennedy Road, Mississauga, Ontario,
on 8th June at 11.30 am. For more information: Email: Tony Fernandes
tonferns at hotmail.com Also check the Guirim alumni network on
Yahoogroups.com by searching for "Guirim".

S P O R T S

MAHINDRA ROLLS OVER CHURCHILL: Mahindra United, Mumbai, scored a well
deserving 4-1 victory over Churchill Bros in the Junior NFL soccer
champions at Duler in Mapusa. Mahindra struck twice in each half through
Muneer Sheikh, Anil Pawar, Mohammad Khan and Agnelo Francis. Kingsley B
D'Costa pulled one back for Churchill Bros. (WE-GT)

GOAN RIDERS TO BOYCOTT: Most of Goa's well known riders will boycott the
Goa Gold Cup Supercross Championship being held on Sunday, May 25, at the
Gomes Race Track, in protest of what they termed as "anti-rider and callous
attitude by the Goa Motor Sports Association shown towards the Goan
riders". (H)

D E A T H S
18 May: Australia/Baga-Velim: LLOYD ALONZIO D'CRUZ, husband of Linda,
father of Tracy, son of late Lourecinho/late Fransquinha,
brother/brother-in-law of late Ophelia/Late Curcino, late Olga/late Lafans,
Altino/Jennie, Audrey/Rotnez.
24 May: Panjim: CAITAN JJ D'CRUZ, husband of Merciana, father of
Catherina/Succoro Pereira, Bruno/Espy, Vincent/Evila, Juliana/Gabby.
24 May: Panjim-Mala: SALVADOR FERNANDES, husband of Felicidade, father
of Antonio/Terezinha, Peter/Joanita and Manuel/Artemizia.

G O A W E A T H E R
Temp: 30.6 deg C (87.1 deg F) at 08.00 am in Assagao.
Max Temp: 33.0 deg C, Min Temp: 23.0 deg C; Humidity: 69% (Official
figures for yesterday)
Weather: Bright sunshine
sweltering heat despite a fine breeze this
Sunday morning in Goa.

Courtesy: H=Herald, NT=The Navhind Times, GT= Gomantak Times

JOEL D'SOUZA, Assagao-Goa-India.
Website: www.goacom.com
Goacom News Clippings at: http://www.goacom.com/news
Monthly Webzine: http://www.goacom.com/goanow
Joel D'Souza
2003-05-25 10:04:00 UTC
Permalink
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
May 25, 2003

2 MORE HELD: GANG-RAPE: The Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Parrikar said that
the government would not tolerate any atrocities on women and would take
harsh action against perpetrators of such crimes
Meanwhile the deputy
Inspector General of Police, Mr Karnal Singh, informed the pressmen that
the medical report of the girl received by the police does not support the
rape theory. The report also does not mention about physical signs of abuse
on the body of the victim, he added.
(http://www.navhindtimes.com/stories.php?part=news&Story_ID=052514)

PSI SUSPENDED FOR 'INSENSITIVE' ATTITUDE: Police Sub-Inspector Devendra Gad
was suspended yesterday for his "insensitive" attitude while tackling the
alleged gang-rape incident, emphasizing that the grave crime, especially
against women should be handled seriously.
(http://oherald.com/newherald/newsGN.asp?qId=783&qSec=GN&qNType=R)

TWO-YEAR-OLD CHILD SUFFOCATES: A 2-year-old child lost her life due to
sheer negligence of her parents. According to the police, Ashwini's
parents, Srinivas and Renuka Marathe, made a sort of swing tied to an
overhead cross bar with the help of a saree near their hut, and went off to
work at a construction site at Malbhat. The police claim that with the
swinging motion the saree got entangled. As a result of the twist of the
two ends of the saree, the child suffocated and died. (WE-GT)

GUIRIM BIKE 'PILOT' SHOT AT BY PILLION: In a shocking incident in broad
daylight on Saturday afternoon, a 36-year-old motorcycle pilot from Guirim
was shot at and seriously wounded by an unidentified man, who had hired the
motorcycle to take him to Nachinola. Even after 10-hours of the shoot-out,
the victim, who had a bullet in his body, was not operated, allegedly due
to non-availability of senior doctors at the Goa Medical College (GMC)
Hospital at Bambolim.
(http://oherald.com/newherald/newsGN.asp?qId=780&qSec=GN&qNType=R)

CALANGUTE MLA ALLEGES POLITICAL VENDETTA: Congress MLA from Calangute,
Agnelo Fernandes, repeated the Congress hymn of "political vendetta", while
defending himself in the alleged land-grabbing case registered against him. (H)

INVOLVE GOAN DIASPORA FOR DEVELOPMENT: Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar
yesterday stated that there was a need to involve Goans migrated to other
places in the development of the State. It was with this in mind that the
Gomant Bharati Sammelan will be organised at Master Dattaram Volvoikar Kala
Mandir, Ponda, on 31 May. Another reason for organizing the event was the
"feel good" factor where people, who had estranged themselves from their
roots for whatever reason, would have a sense of belonging and know that
they are being cared for. He said that the total expenditure for the
Sammelan was about Rs.6 lakh, but added that the returns would be much more
as he envisaged far reaching gains. He expected about 300 to 350
participants from outside the state. (WE-GT)

MILK COLLECTION MACHINE: The Minister for Co-operation, Mr Vinay Tendulkar,
inaugurated an automatic computerised milk collecting machine at Chandel,
Pernem, on May 23. The machine is equipped with the facility of valuing the
percentage of cream in order to distinguish adulterated milk. The machine
will collect over 1,000 litres of milk per day. Tendulkar emphasised the
need to encourage farmers to start dairy farming, which will help
supplement their income besides increasing milk production in the State. (NT)

"PORTUGUESE REGIME IN GOA TRIED TO DESTROY LOCAL CULTURE": Speaking at the
prize distribution function for the winners of the 42nd Maharashtra state
drama contest, held at Kala Academy, Art and Culture Minister, Mr Ramrao
Desai, said that "The 450 years of Portuguese regime in Goa tried to
destroy the local culture but the artistes and artisans tirelessly worked
towards preserving the same." (NT)

MALIKARJUN COLLEGE SHIFTED: Shree Mallikarjun College of Arts & Commerce,
Canacona has been shifted from Mallikarjun High School, Char
Rasta-Canacona, to its new campus at Delem-Canacona with effect from 21 May
2003. (WE-GT)

SANGUEM FEAST: The feast of Our Lady of Miracles, Sanguem, will be
celebrated on May 25. In the evening, a Konkani drama "Tiatr Somplo Cholat
Ghara", written and directed by Mario Menezes, will be staged at the church
square in aid of the Miracles Church. (H)

WINSTON AWARDED PHD: Winston Costa Pereira, ex-student of GMC, has been
awarded a PhD in Immunology, by the Manipal Academy of Higher Education
recently. The topic of his research was "Apostosis during Immune Response".
Dr Winston, from Calata-Majorda, worked as a senior research fellow under
the Indian council of Medical Research, New Delhi. He graduated in
chemistry with a first class from St Xavier's College, Mapusa. (H)

BAKIBAB REMEMBERED: Noted poet Mangesh Padgaonkar yesterday lauded the
works of legendary poet late Baikibab Borkar at a function held at Kala
Academy, Campal, Panaji. (WE-GT)

MONTE DE GUIRIM SOCIAL: The ninth grand annual social of Monte de Guirim,
to commemorate the feast St Anthony, will be held by Monte de Guirim alumni
at the International Banquet Hall, 5835 Kennedy Road, Mississauga, Ontario,
on 8th June at 11.30 am. For more information: Email: Tony Fernandes
tonferns at hotmail.com Also check the Guirim alumni network on
Yahoogroups.com by searching for "Guirim".

S P O R T S

MAHINDRA ROLLS OVER CHURCHILL: Mahindra United, Mumbai, scored a well
deserving 4-1 victory over Churchill Bros in the Junior NFL soccer
champions at Duler in Mapusa. Mahindra struck twice in each half through
Muneer Sheikh, Anil Pawar, Mohammad Khan and Agnelo Francis. Kingsley B
D'Costa pulled one back for Churchill Bros. (WE-GT)

GOAN RIDERS TO BOYCOTT: Most of Goa's well known riders will boycott the
Goa Gold Cup Supercross Championship being held on Sunday, May 25, at the
Gomes Race Track, in protest of what they termed as "anti-rider and callous
attitude by the Goa Motor Sports Association shown towards the Goan
riders". (H)

D E A T H S
18 May: Australia/Baga-Velim: LLOYD ALONZIO D'CRUZ, husband of Linda,
father of Tracy, son of late Lourecinho/late Fransquinha,
brother/brother-in-law of late Ophelia/Late Curcino, late Olga/late Lafans,
Altino/Jennie, Audrey/Rotnez.
24 May: Panjim: CAITAN JJ D'CRUZ, husband of Merciana, father of
Catherina/Succoro Pereira, Bruno/Espy, Vincent/Evila, Juliana/Gabby.
24 May: Panjim-Mala: SALVADOR FERNANDES, husband of Felicidade, father
of Antonio/Terezinha, Peter/Joanita and Manuel/Artemizia.

G O A W E A T H E R
Temp: 30.6 deg C (87.1 deg F) at 08.00 am in Assagao.
Max Temp: 33.0 deg C, Min Temp: 23.0 deg C; Humidity: 69% (Official
figures for yesterday)
Weather: Bright sunshine
sweltering heat despite a fine breeze this
Sunday morning in Goa.

Courtesy: H=Herald, NT=The Navhind Times, GT= Gomantak Times

JOEL D'SOUZA, Assagao-Goa-India.
Website: www.goacom.com
Goacom News Clippings at: http://www.goacom.com/news
Monthly Webzine: http://www.goacom.com/goanow
Joel D'Souza
2003-05-25 10:04:00 UTC
Permalink
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
May 25, 2003

2 MORE HELD: GANG-RAPE: The Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Parrikar said that
the government would not tolerate any atrocities on women and would take
harsh action against perpetrators of such crimes
Meanwhile the deputy
Inspector General of Police, Mr Karnal Singh, informed the pressmen that
the medical report of the girl received by the police does not support the
rape theory. The report also does not mention about physical signs of abuse
on the body of the victim, he added.
(http://www.navhindtimes.com/stories.php?part=news&Story_ID=052514)

PSI SUSPENDED FOR 'INSENSITIVE' ATTITUDE: Police Sub-Inspector Devendra Gad
was suspended yesterday for his "insensitive" attitude while tackling the
alleged gang-rape incident, emphasizing that the grave crime, especially
against women should be handled seriously.
(http://oherald.com/newherald/newsGN.asp?qId=783&qSec=GN&qNType=R)

TWO-YEAR-OLD CHILD SUFFOCATES: A 2-year-old child lost her life due to
sheer negligence of her parents. According to the police, Ashwini's
parents, Srinivas and Renuka Marathe, made a sort of swing tied to an
overhead cross bar with the help of a saree near their hut, and went off to
work at a construction site at Malbhat. The police claim that with the
swinging motion the saree got entangled. As a result of the twist of the
two ends of the saree, the child suffocated and died. (WE-GT)

GUIRIM BIKE 'PILOT' SHOT AT BY PILLION: In a shocking incident in broad
daylight on Saturday afternoon, a 36-year-old motorcycle pilot from Guirim
was shot at and seriously wounded by an unidentified man, who had hired the
motorcycle to take him to Nachinola. Even after 10-hours of the shoot-out,
the victim, who had a bullet in his body, was not operated, allegedly due
to non-availability of senior doctors at the Goa Medical College (GMC)
Hospital at Bambolim.
(http://oherald.com/newherald/newsGN.asp?qId=780&qSec=GN&qNType=R)

CALANGUTE MLA ALLEGES POLITICAL VENDETTA: Congress MLA from Calangute,
Agnelo Fernandes, repeated the Congress hymn of "political vendetta", while
defending himself in the alleged land-grabbing case registered against him. (H)

INVOLVE GOAN DIASPORA FOR DEVELOPMENT: Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar
yesterday stated that there was a need to involve Goans migrated to other
places in the development of the State. It was with this in mind that the
Gomant Bharati Sammelan will be organised at Master Dattaram Volvoikar Kala
Mandir, Ponda, on 31 May. Another reason for organizing the event was the
"feel good" factor where people, who had estranged themselves from their
roots for whatever reason, would have a sense of belonging and know that
they are being cared for. He said that the total expenditure for the
Sammelan was about Rs.6 lakh, but added that the returns would be much more
as he envisaged far reaching gains. He expected about 300 to 350
participants from outside the state. (WE-GT)

MILK COLLECTION MACHINE: The Minister for Co-operation, Mr Vinay Tendulkar,
inaugurated an automatic computerised milk collecting machine at Chandel,
Pernem, on May 23. The machine is equipped with the facility of valuing the
percentage of cream in order to distinguish adulterated milk. The machine
will collect over 1,000 litres of milk per day. Tendulkar emphasised the
need to encourage farmers to start dairy farming, which will help
supplement their income besides increasing milk production in the State. (NT)

"PORTUGUESE REGIME IN GOA TRIED TO DESTROY LOCAL CULTURE": Speaking at the
prize distribution function for the winners of the 42nd Maharashtra state
drama contest, held at Kala Academy, Art and Culture Minister, Mr Ramrao
Desai, said that "The 450 years of Portuguese regime in Goa tried to
destroy the local culture but the artistes and artisans tirelessly worked
towards preserving the same." (NT)

MALIKARJUN COLLEGE SHIFTED: Shree Mallikarjun College of Arts & Commerce,
Canacona has been shifted from Mallikarjun High School, Char
Rasta-Canacona, to its new campus at Delem-Canacona with effect from 21 May
2003. (WE-GT)

SANGUEM FEAST: The feast of Our Lady of Miracles, Sanguem, will be
celebrated on May 25. In the evening, a Konkani drama "Tiatr Somplo Cholat
Ghara", written and directed by Mario Menezes, will be staged at the church
square in aid of the Miracles Church. (H)

WINSTON AWARDED PHD: Winston Costa Pereira, ex-student of GMC, has been
awarded a PhD in Immunology, by the Manipal Academy of Higher Education
recently. The topic of his research was "Apostosis during Immune Response".
Dr Winston, from Calata-Majorda, worked as a senior research fellow under
the Indian council of Medical Research, New Delhi. He graduated in
chemistry with a first class from St Xavier's College, Mapusa. (H)

BAKIBAB REMEMBERED: Noted poet Mangesh Padgaonkar yesterday lauded the
works of legendary poet late Baikibab Borkar at a function held at Kala
Academy, Campal, Panaji. (WE-GT)

MONTE DE GUIRIM SOCIAL: The ninth grand annual social of Monte de Guirim,
to commemorate the feast St Anthony, will be held by Monte de Guirim alumni
at the International Banquet Hall, 5835 Kennedy Road, Mississauga, Ontario,
on 8th June at 11.30 am. For more information: Email: Tony Fernandes
tonferns at hotmail.com Also check the Guirim alumni network on
Yahoogroups.com by searching for "Guirim".

S P O R T S

MAHINDRA ROLLS OVER CHURCHILL: Mahindra United, Mumbai, scored a well
deserving 4-1 victory over Churchill Bros in the Junior NFL soccer
champions at Duler in Mapusa. Mahindra struck twice in each half through
Muneer Sheikh, Anil Pawar, Mohammad Khan and Agnelo Francis. Kingsley B
D'Costa pulled one back for Churchill Bros. (WE-GT)

GOAN RIDERS TO BOYCOTT: Most of Goa's well known riders will boycott the
Goa Gold Cup Supercross Championship being held on Sunday, May 25, at the
Gomes Race Track, in protest of what they termed as "anti-rider and callous
attitude by the Goa Motor Sports Association shown towards the Goan
riders". (H)

D E A T H S
18 May: Australia/Baga-Velim: LLOYD ALONZIO D'CRUZ, husband of Linda,
father of Tracy, son of late Lourecinho/late Fransquinha,
brother/brother-in-law of late Ophelia/Late Curcino, late Olga/late Lafans,
Altino/Jennie, Audrey/Rotnez.
24 May: Panjim: CAITAN JJ D'CRUZ, husband of Merciana, father of
Catherina/Succoro Pereira, Bruno/Espy, Vincent/Evila, Juliana/Gabby.
24 May: Panjim-Mala: SALVADOR FERNANDES, husband of Felicidade, father
of Antonio/Terezinha, Peter/Joanita and Manuel/Artemizia.

G O A W E A T H E R
Temp: 30.6 deg C (87.1 deg F) at 08.00 am in Assagao.
Max Temp: 33.0 deg C, Min Temp: 23.0 deg C; Humidity: 69% (Official
figures for yesterday)
Weather: Bright sunshine
sweltering heat despite a fine breeze this
Sunday morning in Goa.

Courtesy: H=Herald, NT=The Navhind Times, GT= Gomantak Times

JOEL D'SOUZA, Assagao-Goa-India.
Website: www.goacom.com
Goacom News Clippings at: http://www.goacom.com/news
Monthly Webzine: http://www.goacom.com/goanow
Joel D'Souza
2003-05-25 10:04:00 UTC
Permalink
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
May 25, 2003

2 MORE HELD: GANG-RAPE: The Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Parrikar said that
the government would not tolerate any atrocities on women and would take
harsh action against perpetrators of such crimes
Meanwhile the deputy
Inspector General of Police, Mr Karnal Singh, informed the pressmen that
the medical report of the girl received by the police does not support the
rape theory. The report also does not mention about physical signs of abuse
on the body of the victim, he added.
(http://www.navhindtimes.com/stories.php?part=news&Story_ID=052514)

PSI SUSPENDED FOR 'INSENSITIVE' ATTITUDE: Police Sub-Inspector Devendra Gad
was suspended yesterday for his "insensitive" attitude while tackling the
alleged gang-rape incident, emphasizing that the grave crime, especially
against women should be handled seriously.
(http://oherald.com/newherald/newsGN.asp?qId=783&qSec=GN&qNType=R)

TWO-YEAR-OLD CHILD SUFFOCATES: A 2-year-old child lost her life due to
sheer negligence of her parents. According to the police, Ashwini's
parents, Srinivas and Renuka Marathe, made a sort of swing tied to an
overhead cross bar with the help of a saree near their hut, and went off to
work at a construction site at Malbhat. The police claim that with the
swinging motion the saree got entangled. As a result of the twist of the
two ends of the saree, the child suffocated and died. (WE-GT)

GUIRIM BIKE 'PILOT' SHOT AT BY PILLION: In a shocking incident in broad
daylight on Saturday afternoon, a 36-year-old motorcycle pilot from Guirim
was shot at and seriously wounded by an unidentified man, who had hired the
motorcycle to take him to Nachinola. Even after 10-hours of the shoot-out,
the victim, who had a bullet in his body, was not operated, allegedly due
to non-availability of senior doctors at the Goa Medical College (GMC)
Hospital at Bambolim.
(http://oherald.com/newherald/newsGN.asp?qId=780&qSec=GN&qNType=R)

CALANGUTE MLA ALLEGES POLITICAL VENDETTA: Congress MLA from Calangute,
Agnelo Fernandes, repeated the Congress hymn of "political vendetta", while
defending himself in the alleged land-grabbing case registered against him. (H)

INVOLVE GOAN DIASPORA FOR DEVELOPMENT: Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar
yesterday stated that there was a need to involve Goans migrated to other
places in the development of the State. It was with this in mind that the
Gomant Bharati Sammelan will be organised at Master Dattaram Volvoikar Kala
Mandir, Ponda, on 31 May. Another reason for organizing the event was the
"feel good" factor where people, who had estranged themselves from their
roots for whatever reason, would have a sense of belonging and know that
they are being cared for. He said that the total expenditure for the
Sammelan was about Rs.6 lakh, but added that the returns would be much more
as he envisaged far reaching gains. He expected about 300 to 350
participants from outside the state. (WE-GT)

MILK COLLECTION MACHINE: The Minister for Co-operation, Mr Vinay Tendulkar,
inaugurated an automatic computerised milk collecting machine at Chandel,
Pernem, on May 23. The machine is equipped with the facility of valuing the
percentage of cream in order to distinguish adulterated milk. The machine
will collect over 1,000 litres of milk per day. Tendulkar emphasised the
need to encourage farmers to start dairy farming, which will help
supplement their income besides increasing milk production in the State. (NT)

"PORTUGUESE REGIME IN GOA TRIED TO DESTROY LOCAL CULTURE": Speaking at the
prize distribution function for the winners of the 42nd Maharashtra state
drama contest, held at Kala Academy, Art and Culture Minister, Mr Ramrao
Desai, said that "The 450 years of Portuguese regime in Goa tried to
destroy the local culture but the artistes and artisans tirelessly worked
towards preserving the same." (NT)

MALIKARJUN COLLEGE SHIFTED: Shree Mallikarjun College of Arts & Commerce,
Canacona has been shifted from Mallikarjun High School, Char
Rasta-Canacona, to its new campus at Delem-Canacona with effect from 21 May
2003. (WE-GT)

SANGUEM FEAST: The feast of Our Lady of Miracles, Sanguem, will be
celebrated on May 25. In the evening, a Konkani drama "Tiatr Somplo Cholat
Ghara", written and directed by Mario Menezes, will be staged at the church
square in aid of the Miracles Church. (H)

WINSTON AWARDED PHD: Winston Costa Pereira, ex-student of GMC, has been
awarded a PhD in Immunology, by the Manipal Academy of Higher Education
recently. The topic of his research was "Apostosis during Immune Response".
Dr Winston, from Calata-Majorda, worked as a senior research fellow under
the Indian council of Medical Research, New Delhi. He graduated in
chemistry with a first class from St Xavier's College, Mapusa. (H)

BAKIBAB REMEMBERED: Noted poet Mangesh Padgaonkar yesterday lauded the
works of legendary poet late Baikibab Borkar at a function held at Kala
Academy, Campal, Panaji. (WE-GT)

MONTE DE GUIRIM SOCIAL: The ninth grand annual social of Monte de Guirim,
to commemorate the feast St Anthony, will be held by Monte de Guirim alumni
at the International Banquet Hall, 5835 Kennedy Road, Mississauga, Ontario,
on 8th June at 11.30 am. For more information: Email: Tony Fernandes
tonferns at hotmail.com Also check the Guirim alumni network on
Yahoogroups.com by searching for "Guirim".

S P O R T S

MAHINDRA ROLLS OVER CHURCHILL: Mahindra United, Mumbai, scored a well
deserving 4-1 victory over Churchill Bros in the Junior NFL soccer
champions at Duler in Mapusa. Mahindra struck twice in each half through
Muneer Sheikh, Anil Pawar, Mohammad Khan and Agnelo Francis. Kingsley B
D'Costa pulled one back for Churchill Bros. (WE-GT)

GOAN RIDERS TO BOYCOTT: Most of Goa's well known riders will boycott the
Goa Gold Cup Supercross Championship being held on Sunday, May 25, at the
Gomes Race Track, in protest of what they termed as "anti-rider and callous
attitude by the Goa Motor Sports Association shown towards the Goan
riders". (H)

D E A T H S
18 May: Australia/Baga-Velim: LLOYD ALONZIO D'CRUZ, husband of Linda,
father of Tracy, son of late Lourecinho/late Fransquinha,
brother/brother-in-law of late Ophelia/Late Curcino, late Olga/late Lafans,
Altino/Jennie, Audrey/Rotnez.
24 May: Panjim: CAITAN JJ D'CRUZ, husband of Merciana, father of
Catherina/Succoro Pereira, Bruno/Espy, Vincent/Evila, Juliana/Gabby.
24 May: Panjim-Mala: SALVADOR FERNANDES, husband of Felicidade, father
of Antonio/Terezinha, Peter/Joanita and Manuel/Artemizia.

G O A W E A T H E R
Temp: 30.6 deg C (87.1 deg F) at 08.00 am in Assagao.
Max Temp: 33.0 deg C, Min Temp: 23.0 deg C; Humidity: 69% (Official
figures for yesterday)
Weather: Bright sunshine
sweltering heat despite a fine breeze this
Sunday morning in Goa.

Courtesy: H=Herald, NT=The Navhind Times, GT= Gomantak Times

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

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