Saturday 20 April 2019

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Who is holding the police bill ?

After adjourning the House and suspending the Question Hour in an unprecedented manner, expressing anguish over the delay allegedly caused by the governor in assenting the Goa Police bill, Speaker Tomazinho Cardoz now feels that ... READ

Breach of privilege against home minister ?

The Goa Assembly is in a process of admitting a breach of privilege, moved by the state opposition leader Dr Kashinath Jalmi (to whose party belongs the union law minister Ramakant Khalap) against union home ... READ

Zuari bridge on verge of collapse ?

The Konkan railway, likely to be fully commissioned by the year end from Mumbai to Mangalore with a link upto Kerala, will bring fortunes to the whole western coast of the country. The combination of ... READ

Judiciary advocates uniform civil code for India

Majority of academicians support the uniform civil code for the country, but not the politicians, for the reasons best known to them. With the days of judicial activism, the judiciary is also now seems to ... READ

Controversial police bill comes under fire

Can the concept of privatisation be stretched to such an extent that the law and order maintaining authority be also partially privatised ? Goa's newly enacted police act, which is still awaiting governor's assent, provides ... READ

India to adopt Portuguese civil code ?

Top legal authorities from India and Portugal are planning to sit in Goa for three days the next week to explore the possibility of extending the Portuguese civil code, existing in the former Portuguese colony, ... READ

Centre objects to private police in Goa

The Goa government is under fire from the centre for giving policing powers to private agencies, in the new police bill the state Assembly has recently passed.While adopting certain provisions of the Singapore Police act, ... READ

Singapore style policing in Goa ?

It would be a serious punishable offence if you spit, smoke, urinate, throw garbage, fly kites, fire crackers or even behave indecently in public places in Goa, a la Singapore, once the draft Goa Police ... READ

Singapore style policing in Goa ?

It would be a serious punishable offence if you spit, smoke, urinate, throw garbage, fly kites, fire crackers or even behave indecently in public places in Goa, a la Singapore, once the draft Goa Police ... READ

Will Supreme Court uphold dhirio ban ?

The movement against cruelty to animals started by MP Maneka Gandhi may get a leap forward if the Supreme Court upholds the Mumbai high court's order to ban traditional bull fights in Goa, known as ... READ