Friday 20 January 2017

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SC bans liquor sale along highways from 1 Apr

The Supreme Court has directed all the state governments to clear all the liquor shops from state and national highways by 1st of April. READ

Historic Loliem Gram Sabha over IIT adjourned amidst confusion

The historic Gram Sabha of Loliem-Pollem in Canacona was adjourned today afternoon, postponing the voting over the issue of IIT due to confusion over the number of voters. READ

Goa Forward indicts BJP’s Ticlo and AAP’s Elvis in Housing Board scams

Hardly a fortnight after he joined the Aam Aadmi Party, the supposedly upright retired government officer Elvis Gomes faced a frontal attack from Goa Forward party, allegedly in Housing Board land allotment scams. READ

No buyers for Mallya's Goa villa: Banks exhaust all means of recovery

The auction of former liquor baron Vijay Mallya’s Kingfisher Villa in Goa has failed to attract any buyers. The auction was held for an hour on October 19 with a reserve price of Rs 85.29 ... READ

Goa parties urge CM to approach UN for Mhadei; not to go for CMs’ Meet

Goa’s all major opposition parties have unanimously urged Goa government to file cases before United Nations, Supreme Court and National Green Tribunal to save Mhadei river basin, forget diverting water of the river to Karnataka. ... READ

Karnataka CM invites Goa, Maha counterparts for Mhadei talks

Karnataka has taken initiative in holding tripartite talks on Mhadei water dispute by writing to Goa and Maharashtra chief ministers. READ

Goa CM agrees to talk over Mhadei, Nirmala-Kerkar object

Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar has agreed to talk to his Karnataka and Maharashtra over the issue of Mhadei water diversion, but Goa Bachao Abhiyan has strongly objected to the suggestion made by the Mhadei water ... READ

Now, Tribunal suggests all 3 CMs to find amicable solution on Mhadei

The Mhadei water disputes tribunal has suggested that the chief ministers of Karnataka, Goa and Maharashtra to try and reach an amicable settlement to the water dispute. READ

Marathi divides the politicians, who unite on no-confidence motion

The Goa Assembly, perhaps at the last sitting of the existing Assembly, witnessed an interesting divide on two different motions – a no confidence motion against the government and making Marathi the official language. READ

Cauvery 'father' moots Mahadayi Family for amicable solution

While parts of northern Karnataka are witnessing violent protests over the Mahadayi Water Disputes Tribunal rejecting the Sate’s interim application, Karnataka Agriculture Prices Commission Chairman T.N. Prakash Kammaradi has mooted the idea of constituting a ... READ