It will be AAP vs BJP in 2017 polls: Narvekar

It will be AAP vs BJP in 2017 polls: Narvekar

Crediting the Aam Aadmi Party for capturing the imagination of the youth, former Congress man, Dayanand Narvekar said that in 2017 assembly polls AAP will be the main opponent of BJP and not Congress.

Vasco Citizens resist Baina project; set 15-day deadline

Accusing the government of a dual policy on structures violating CRZ rules, the Mormugao Vasco Citizens’ Forum (MVCF) on Monday filed a complaint with the Goa Coastal Zone Management Authority (GCZMA) and set a deadline of 15 days to stop ongoing concrete work at Baina beach.

DyCM invited for Teresa canonisation

Deputy Chief Minister Francis D’Souza has been invited to join the Indian delegation led by External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj to attend the Canonisation of Blessed Teresa of Calcutta in the Vatican on September 4.

Return by Sept 25, Indian workers in Saudi told

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Tuesday appealed to the Indian workers, who have lost their jobs in Saudi Arabia, to return to India by September 25 failing which they have to make their own arrangements for boarding, lodging and return journey.

Dawood @Pakistan: UN virtually confirms 6 out of 9 addresses

Six of the nine addresses of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim in Pakistan, provided by India, have got an obvious confirmation from the UN which has removed three from the list as those were found to be incorrect.

PAC will have final say; AAP to scan aspirants from Aug-end

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has announced that it is setting in motion the process to select candidates for the forthcoming polls, AAP national secretary Pankaj Gupta has announced.

  • Sporting Clube’s Glan Martins and Churchill Bros’ Leander D’Cunha fight for possession at Duler Stadium, Mapusa on Tuesday. Vincent Braganza

    Sporting Clube’s Glan Martins and Churchill Bros’ Leander D’Cunha fight for possession at Duler Stadium, Mapusa on Tuesday. Vincent Braganza

  • A group of tourists take a selfie at the Miramar beach on Tuesday as a garbage bin lies unattended by the authorities giving a shabby look. Vincent Braganza

    A group of tourists take a selfie at the Miramar beach on Tuesday as a garbage bin lies unattended by the authorities giving a shabby look. Vincent Braganza

  • A shopkeeper places head gears on statuettes of Lord Krishna eating curd that are kept for sale in the Panaji market, in view of Janmashtami that will celebrated on Thursday. Vincent Braganza

    A shopkeeper places head gears on statuettes of Lord Krishna eating curd that are kept for sale in the Panaji market, in view of Janmashtami that will celebrated on Thursday. Vincent Braganza

Bismarque case: HC calls for all documents related to probe

A division bench of the Bombay High Court at Goa called for all papers related to the investigation in the death of Bismarque Dias rnbe placed on record before the court by the time of the next hearing, in the petition filed by three persons -- Kennedy Afonso, Sudeep Dalvi and Samir Kelekar seeking a CBI investigation in rnthe case.

AAP to bank on dialogues to tackle casinos, MoI and language issues

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has announced that it will be holding a series of specific dialogues and debates to tackle contentious issues like that of casinos, the medium of instruction, the language issues, etc even as its leader has said that they lean on the belief that casinos should be washed out of Goa.

DMA in a fix: Condemn vehicles or opt for buy-back offers?

The raging row over the Margao Municipal Council’s (MMC) decision to purchase the swanky Toyota Innova vehicle has brought to the fore a moot question – whether the government take a relook at the age old exercise to condemn vehicles or opt for the auto dealers’ attractive buy-back offers.

Cutbona fishermen up ante against bull trawling, LED light fishing

Claiming that the boat owners had ventured out in the sea to seize the two fishing vessels after the coastal police and the Fisheries department had refused to initiate action against the vessels allegedly involved in bull trawling, the small boat owners and the traditional fishermen have warned that they would be forced to take the law in their hands if the government is not willing to enforce the rule of law and reign in on vessels resorting to bull trawling and fishing with LED lights.

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After the High Court verdict, Delhiites must now realise that their real democratic rights are limited to Municipal Corporation of Delhi