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GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
February 28, 2003

HUNDREDS FLOCK TO SEE 'BLEEDING' PICTURE: Reports that a picture of Sacred
Heart of Jesus was bleeding in a house at Camorlim (Ambora) caused a stir
in the village and adjoining localities. People flocked to the church of
Our Lady of Candelaria where the picture was shifted at the instance of the
parish priest. It was 14-year-old Steffy Fernandes who claimed to have seen
the dripping of blood from the picture on Wednesday (Feb 26) at 11 pm while
she was studying for her SSC exams at her aunt's house. "The holy picture
was kept in an open cupboard as its glass had broken and I always kept
looking at it," she said. She felt a strange sensation and saw 'tears of
blood' from the eyes of Jesus. She called her aunt, Maria Joaquina
Mascarenhas, who also confirmed what she saw. (GT)

FIRST PREFERENCE TO GOANS: A rally organised by Goa Hit-Rakhan Manch at
Azad Maidan, Panjim, on February 27, sent a message loud and clear to the
government as well as the private sector that the first preference for jobs
has to be given to Goans failing which the organisation said it will not
hesitate to react violently to protect Goan interests. The rally also
demanded that as land is scarce, the government should evolve some
mechanism restricting its sale to people of non-Goan origin on the lines
being done in some North-Eastern States. GHM has strongly demanded that the
government follow the two rulesknowledge of Konkani and 15 years domicilein
letter and spirit besides proper implementation of the Official Language
Act, in order to ensure that jobs go to Goan youth. To begin with the GHM
has served an ultimatum of 15 days to the Kala Academy to cancel the
appointment of two music teachers, who were recently appointed from
Karnataka, that too without inviting applications. (H)

DEFICIT MOUNTS: Calling for fiscal consolidation in the face of mounting
deficit at 5.9 per cent last year, the pre-budget economic survey on
February 27 suggested a two-pronged strategy of augmentation of revenues
through tax reforms and restraining of expenditure that includes targeting
subsidies by rationalizing prices of food, fertilizers, LPG and kerosene.
(PTI report in GT)

INDIAN CARGO CONVENTION: A two-day convention to explore India's cargo
handling capacities, Indian Cargo Convention 2003, will be held at the Goa
Marriott Resort on 7 and 8 March. (GT)

2 HELD, GOODS SEIZED: The Bicholim police on February 27 busted a gang
involved in stealing electricity conductors and aluminium wires and seized
goods worth Rs.5 lakh. (GT)

ST XAVIER'S FELICITATES TEACHERS: "An institution is a product of the
cumulative efforts of the students, staff and principals, who have passed
through the institution in the course of years," remarked principal Newman
Fernandes. Newman was speaking at a recently held felicitation function for
the teachers of ST Xavier's College who attained superannuation in the
academic year 2001-2002. (GT)

ONE LAKH NEW BJP MEMBERS: The BJP has enrolled one lakh new members in the
ongoing membership drive being conducted by the party cadre in Goa,
according to BJP Goa state president Laxmikant Parsekar. (GT)

HOTELIERS FOR GRADING SYSTEM: The South Goa Hotel Owners' Association has
demanded that restaurants and eating houses in Goa should be graded as per
the system adopted in metropolitan cities like Mumbai, depending on the
area and type of restaurant. (NT)

BUDGET MAY RAISE IT EXEMPTION LIMIT: The Union Budget for 2003-04 to be
presented today (Feb 28) may raise income tax exemption limit to
Rs.70,000-80,000 and retain standard deductions along with tax sops for
small savings and housing loans, while undertaking 'clean up' operation of
tax administration besides measures to spur growth. (PTI report in GT)

SALVADOR DO MUNDO PANCHAYAT BUDGET: The Salvador do Mundo panchayat has
projected an income of Rs.46.46 lakh in the budget estimates for 2003-04,
while earmarking Rs.30.15 lakh for public works in the village. This was
discussed at the gram sabha meeting of the panchayat on Sunday at Umbra. (H)

PORTUGUESE CITIZENSHIP: the Consulate General of Portugal has informed the
public that according to instructions received from the authorities in
Portugal, that from 1 March 2003, until 1 June 2003, any and all acts
pertaining to the acquisition of Portuguese nationality, including
attestation of documents, will be suspended. (GT)

NAVY INVOLVES FISHING TRAWLERS: Indian Navy would take into confidence the
fishing trawler owners in their exercise of patrolling seashores. Taking
the first step in this regard, the naval officials in their recently
concluded week-long "war exercise" on the west coast hired fishing trawlers
to transport their officials in deep sea destinations. Naval sources
disclosed that the ability of trawlers to stay for long in the sea and
venture at a distance of 150 nautical miles from the seashore makes them
sustainable during emergencies like war. (NT)

ORACLE TO HIRE SOFTWARE DEVELOPERS: Oracle Corpn, world's number two
soft-ware company, plans to hire about 2,000 lower-paid software developers
in India in the next two years. Oracle's growing employee base in India and
China is part of an increasing trend to shift operations, especially
support operations, to lower cost developing countries, the Silicon Valley
Business Ink reported. (PTI report in GT)

EXHIBITION AT ST JOSEPH'S: On the occasion of Science Day, St Joseph's High
School, Arpora, will organise a school exhibition today (Feb 28) at its
premises. The principal of St Xavier's college, Mr Newman Fernandes will
inaugurate the exhibition. (NT)

ROMANCE AT ANY AGE: Leading pop singer and composer Remo Fernandes said the
older generations were as much spirited in their expressions of love as the
younger generations. Speaking as the chief guest at a function organised at
a city hotel to distribute prize to the winners of "The Navhind
Times-Grandis Hollywood Homes Valentine Love Messages contest", Remo
pointed out to an 83-year-old winner and said her creative expression
showed that love and romance can flourish at any age. (NT)

MARKETING INFRASTRUCTURE: "We readily and enthusiastically endorse the
suggestion of the Governor, Kidar Nath Sahani, that young people should
seek and exploit opportunities for self-employment rather than crave for
government jobs. But we have strong doubts if the areas that the Governor
has stressed, such as dairy farming, floriculture and pottery, really offer
self-employment opportunities in the State." (Edit in Herald)

CARNIVAL PARADE: The Carnival float parade in Panaji will be held on March
1. The parade will begin from 3 pm onwards. However, the floats will gather
and line up below the Mandovi bridge from 1 pm onwards. The route for the
parade is from below Mandovi bridge-New Patto bridge-riverside road of DBB
Marg and culmination at the Kala Academy. (NT)

S P O R T S

SAI ENTER FINALS: SAI entered the finals for the GFA Under-19 as they
scored a comfortable 4-0 victory over Rosary Navelim in the semi-finals at
Fatorda.

D E A T H S
15 Feb: Assagao/Mahim: ALBINO D'SOUZA, son of late Avelino/late
Candida, brother of Bonnie (UK/ex-Nairobi), Henry (UK/Ex-Nairobi), Justin
(Canada), Philomena Rodrigues, Lea D'Souza (Bombay).Month's Mind mass at St
Michael's Church, Mahim-Bombay, on March 15 at 7 pm.
26 Feb: Navelim-Sinquetim: ROSA MARIA TRAVASSO E PEREIRA, wife of
Rosario, mother of Ovidio/Mavis, Merlin/Cajetan, Felicia/Inacio,
Linda/Francisco.
27 Feb: Dramapur/Sirlim: BASIL PEREIRA, husband of Annavia, father of
Kimry, Gribin and Wanderlee.
27 Feb: Cansaulim: HUMBERTO FIGUEIREDO (HUBERT), (USA, Houston,
Ex-Oman, Navy Muscat), son of Simon Xavier/late Lourdina, husband of
Villanova, father of Kerensky and Kimberly.
27 Feb: Paroda-Carally: AVITO JADHAV, son of late Balkrishna and Salus
(Silvy) Dias, brother of Aswid.
27 Feb: Agonda: PROTO J FERNANDES (Norwegian Cruise Line), husband of
Netty, father of Gayle and Gibson, brother of Caitan (Indian Navy, Goa),
Joaquim (Russia), Paulo, Delina, Antoinetta, apolona and Francisca.

G O A W E A T H E R
Temp: 26.3 deg C (79.3 deg F) at 08.00 am in Assagao.
Max Temp: 29.9 deg C, Humidity: 59% (Official figures for yesterday)
Weather: A fine morning.

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

Website: www.goacom.com
Daily Goacom News Clippings also at: http://www.goacom.com/news
Monthly Webzine: http://www.goacom.com/goanow
Joel D'Souza
2003-02-28 16:57:45 UTC
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GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
February 28, 2003

HUNDREDS FLOCK TO SEE 'BLEEDING' PICTURE: Reports that a picture of Sacred
Heart of Jesus was bleeding in a house at Camorlim (Ambora) caused a stir
in the village and adjoining localities. People flocked to the church of
Our Lady of Candelaria where the picture was shifted at the instance of the
parish priest. It was 14-year-old Steffy Fernandes who claimed to have seen
the dripping of blood from the picture on Wednesday (Feb 26) at 11 pm while
she was studying for her SSC exams at her aunt's house. "The holy picture
was kept in an open cupboard as its glass had broken and I always kept
looking at it," she said. She felt a strange sensation and saw 'tears of
blood' from the eyes of Jesus. She called her aunt, Maria Joaquina
Mascarenhas, who also confirmed what she saw. (GT)

FIRST PREFERENCE TO GOANS: A rally organised by Goa Hit-Rakhan Manch at
Azad Maidan, Panjim, on February 27, sent a message loud and clear to the
government as well as the private sector that the first preference for jobs
has to be given to Goans failing which the organisation said it will not
hesitate to react violently to protect Goan interests. The rally also
demanded that as land is scarce, the government should evolve some
mechanism restricting its sale to people of non-Goan origin on the lines
being done in some North-Eastern States. GHM has strongly demanded that the
government follow the two rulesknowledge of Konkani and 15 years domicilein
letter and spirit besides proper implementation of the Official Language
Act, in order to ensure that jobs go to Goan youth. To begin with the GHM
has served an ultimatum of 15 days to the Kala Academy to cancel the
appointment of two music teachers, who were recently appointed from
Karnataka, that too without inviting applications. (H)

DEFICIT MOUNTS: Calling for fiscal consolidation in the face of mounting
deficit at 5.9 per cent last year, the pre-budget economic survey on
February 27 suggested a two-pronged strategy of augmentation of revenues
through tax reforms and restraining of expenditure that includes targeting
subsidies by rationalizing prices of food, fertilizers, LPG and kerosene.
(PTI report in GT)

INDIAN CARGO CONVENTION: A two-day convention to explore India's cargo
handling capacities, Indian Cargo Convention 2003, will be held at the Goa
Marriott Resort on 7 and 8 March. (GT)

2 HELD, GOODS SEIZED: The Bicholim police on February 27 busted a gang
involved in stealing electricity conductors and aluminium wires and seized
goods worth Rs.5 lakh. (GT)

ST XAVIER'S FELICITATES TEACHERS: "An institution is a product of the
cumulative efforts of the students, staff and principals, who have passed
through the institution in the course of years," remarked principal Newman
Fernandes. Newman was speaking at a recently held felicitation function for
the teachers of ST Xavier's College who attained superannuation in the
academic year 2001-2002. (GT)

ONE LAKH NEW BJP MEMBERS: The BJP has enrolled one lakh new members in the
ongoing membership drive being conducted by the party cadre in Goa,
according to BJP Goa state president Laxmikant Parsekar. (GT)

HOTELIERS FOR GRADING SYSTEM: The South Goa Hotel Owners' Association has
demanded that restaurants and eating houses in Goa should be graded as per
the system adopted in metropolitan cities like Mumbai, depending on the
area and type of restaurant. (NT)

BUDGET MAY RAISE IT EXEMPTION LIMIT: The Union Budget for 2003-04 to be
presented today (Feb 28) may raise income tax exemption limit to
Rs.70,000-80,000 and retain standard deductions along with tax sops for
small savings and housing loans, while undertaking 'clean up' operation of
tax administration besides measures to spur growth. (PTI report in GT)

SALVADOR DO MUNDO PANCHAYAT BUDGET: The Salvador do Mundo panchayat has
projected an income of Rs.46.46 lakh in the budget estimates for 2003-04,
while earmarking Rs.30.15 lakh for public works in the village. This was
discussed at the gram sabha meeting of the panchayat on Sunday at Umbra. (H)

PORTUGUESE CITIZENSHIP: the Consulate General of Portugal has informed the
public that according to instructions received from the authorities in
Portugal, that from 1 March 2003, until 1 June 2003, any and all acts
pertaining to the acquisition of Portuguese nationality, including
attestation of documents, will be suspended. (GT)

NAVY INVOLVES FISHING TRAWLERS: Indian Navy would take into confidence the
fishing trawler owners in their exercise of patrolling seashores. Taking
the first step in this regard, the naval officials in their recently
concluded week-long "war exercise" on the west coast hired fishing trawlers
to transport their officials in deep sea destinations. Naval sources
disclosed that the ability of trawlers to stay for long in the sea and
venture at a distance of 150 nautical miles from the seashore makes them
sustainable during emergencies like war. (NT)

ORACLE TO HIRE SOFTWARE DEVELOPERS: Oracle Corpn, world's number two
soft-ware company, plans to hire about 2,000 lower-paid software developers
in India in the next two years. Oracle's growing employee base in India and
China is part of an increasing trend to shift operations, especially
support operations, to lower cost developing countries, the Silicon Valley
Business Ink reported. (PTI report in GT)

EXHIBITION AT ST JOSEPH'S: On the occasion of Science Day, St Joseph's High
School, Arpora, will organise a school exhibition today (Feb 28) at its
premises. The principal of St Xavier's college, Mr Newman Fernandes will
inaugurate the exhibition. (NT)

ROMANCE AT ANY AGE: Leading pop singer and composer Remo Fernandes said the
older generations were as much spirited in their expressions of love as the
younger generations. Speaking as the chief guest at a function organised at
a city hotel to distribute prize to the winners of "The Navhind
Times-Grandis Hollywood Homes Valentine Love Messages contest", Remo
pointed out to an 83-year-old winner and said her creative expression
showed that love and romance can flourish at any age. (NT)

MARKETING INFRASTRUCTURE: "We readily and enthusiastically endorse the
suggestion of the Governor, Kidar Nath Sahani, that young people should
seek and exploit opportunities for self-employment rather than crave for
government jobs. But we have strong doubts if the areas that the Governor
has stressed, such as dairy farming, floriculture and pottery, really offer
self-employment opportunities in the State." (Edit in Herald)

CARNIVAL PARADE: The Carnival float parade in Panaji will be held on March
1. The parade will begin from 3 pm onwards. However, the floats will gather
and line up below the Mandovi bridge from 1 pm onwards. The route for the
parade is from below Mandovi bridge-New Patto bridge-riverside road of DBB
Marg and culmination at the Kala Academy. (NT)

S P O R T S

SAI ENTER FINALS: SAI entered the finals for the GFA Under-19 as they
scored a comfortable 4-0 victory over Rosary Navelim in the semi-finals at
Fatorda.

D E A T H S
15 Feb: Assagao/Mahim: ALBINO D'SOUZA, son of late Avelino/late
Candida, brother of Bonnie (UK/ex-Nairobi), Henry (UK/Ex-Nairobi), Justin
(Canada), Philomena Rodrigues, Lea D'Souza (Bombay).Month's Mind mass at St
Michael's Church, Mahim-Bombay, on March 15 at 7 pm.
26 Feb: Navelim-Sinquetim: ROSA MARIA TRAVASSO E PEREIRA, wife of
Rosario, mother of Ovidio/Mavis, Merlin/Cajetan, Felicia/Inacio,
Linda/Francisco.
27 Feb: Dramapur/Sirlim: BASIL PEREIRA, husband of Annavia, father of
Kimry, Gribin and Wanderlee.
27 Feb: Cansaulim: HUMBERTO FIGUEIREDO (HUBERT), (USA, Houston,
Ex-Oman, Navy Muscat), son of Simon Xavier/late Lourdina, husband of
Villanova, father of Kerensky and Kimberly.
27 Feb: Paroda-Carally: AVITO JADHAV, son of late Balkrishna and Salus
(Silvy) Dias, brother of Aswid.
27 Feb: Agonda: PROTO J FERNANDES (Norwegian Cruise Line), husband of
Netty, father of Gayle and Gibson, brother of Caitan (Indian Navy, Goa),
Joaquim (Russia), Paulo, Delina, Antoinetta, apolona and Francisca.

G O A W E A T H E R
Temp: 26.3 deg C (79.3 deg F) at 08.00 am in Assagao.
Max Temp: 29.9 deg C, Humidity: 59% (Official figures for yesterday)
Weather: A fine morning.

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

Website: www.goacom.com
Daily Goacom News Clippings also at: http://www.goacom.com/news
Monthly Webzine: http://www.goacom.com/goanow
Joel D'Souza
2003-02-28 16:57:45 UTC
Permalink
GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
February 28, 2003

HUNDREDS FLOCK TO SEE 'BLEEDING' PICTURE: Reports that a picture of Sacred
Heart of Jesus was bleeding in a house at Camorlim (Ambora) caused a stir
in the village and adjoining localities. People flocked to the church of
Our Lady of Candelaria where the picture was shifted at the instance of the
parish priest. It was 14-year-old Steffy Fernandes who claimed to have seen
the dripping of blood from the picture on Wednesday (Feb 26) at 11 pm while
she was studying for her SSC exams at her aunt's house. "The holy picture
was kept in an open cupboard as its glass had broken and I always kept
looking at it," she said. She felt a strange sensation and saw 'tears of
blood' from the eyes of Jesus. She called her aunt, Maria Joaquina
Mascarenhas, who also confirmed what she saw. (GT)

FIRST PREFERENCE TO GOANS: A rally organised by Goa Hit-Rakhan Manch at
Azad Maidan, Panjim, on February 27, sent a message loud and clear to the
government as well as the private sector that the first preference for jobs
has to be given to Goans failing which the organisation said it will not
hesitate to react violently to protect Goan interests. The rally also
demanded that as land is scarce, the government should evolve some
mechanism restricting its sale to people of non-Goan origin on the lines
being done in some North-Eastern States. GHM has strongly demanded that the
government follow the two rulesknowledge of Konkani and 15 years domicilein
letter and spirit besides proper implementation of the Official Language
Act, in order to ensure that jobs go to Goan youth. To begin with the GHM
has served an ultimatum of 15 days to the Kala Academy to cancel the
appointment of two music teachers, who were recently appointed from
Karnataka, that too without inviting applications. (H)

DEFICIT MOUNTS: Calling for fiscal consolidation in the face of mounting
deficit at 5.9 per cent last year, the pre-budget economic survey on
February 27 suggested a two-pronged strategy of augmentation of revenues
through tax reforms and restraining of expenditure that includes targeting
subsidies by rationalizing prices of food, fertilizers, LPG and kerosene.
(PTI report in GT)

INDIAN CARGO CONVENTION: A two-day convention to explore India's cargo
handling capacities, Indian Cargo Convention 2003, will be held at the Goa
Marriott Resort on 7 and 8 March. (GT)

2 HELD, GOODS SEIZED: The Bicholim police on February 27 busted a gang
involved in stealing electricity conductors and aluminium wires and seized
goods worth Rs.5 lakh. (GT)

ST XAVIER'S FELICITATES TEACHERS: "An institution is a product of the
cumulative efforts of the students, staff and principals, who have passed
through the institution in the course of years," remarked principal Newman
Fernandes. Newman was speaking at a recently held felicitation function for
the teachers of ST Xavier's College who attained superannuation in the
academic year 2001-2002. (GT)

ONE LAKH NEW BJP MEMBERS: The BJP has enrolled one lakh new members in the
ongoing membership drive being conducted by the party cadre in Goa,
according to BJP Goa state president Laxmikant Parsekar. (GT)

HOTELIERS FOR GRADING SYSTEM: The South Goa Hotel Owners' Association has
demanded that restaurants and eating houses in Goa should be graded as per
the system adopted in metropolitan cities like Mumbai, depending on the
area and type of restaurant. (NT)

BUDGET MAY RAISE IT EXEMPTION LIMIT: The Union Budget for 2003-04 to be
presented today (Feb 28) may raise income tax exemption limit to
Rs.70,000-80,000 and retain standard deductions along with tax sops for
small savings and housing loans, while undertaking 'clean up' operation of
tax administration besides measures to spur growth. (PTI report in GT)

SALVADOR DO MUNDO PANCHAYAT BUDGET: The Salvador do Mundo panchayat has
projected an income of Rs.46.46 lakh in the budget estimates for 2003-04,
while earmarking Rs.30.15 lakh for public works in the village. This was
discussed at the gram sabha meeting of the panchayat on Sunday at Umbra. (H)

PORTUGUESE CITIZENSHIP: the Consulate General of Portugal has informed the
public that according to instructions received from the authorities in
Portugal, that from 1 March 2003, until 1 June 2003, any and all acts
pertaining to the acquisition of Portuguese nationality, including
attestation of documents, will be suspended. (GT)

NAVY INVOLVES FISHING TRAWLERS: Indian Navy would take into confidence the
fishing trawler owners in their exercise of patrolling seashores. Taking
the first step in this regard, the naval officials in their recently
concluded week-long "war exercise" on the west coast hired fishing trawlers
to transport their officials in deep sea destinations. Naval sources
disclosed that the ability of trawlers to stay for long in the sea and
venture at a distance of 150 nautical miles from the seashore makes them
sustainable during emergencies like war. (NT)

ORACLE TO HIRE SOFTWARE DEVELOPERS: Oracle Corpn, world's number two
soft-ware company, plans to hire about 2,000 lower-paid software developers
in India in the next two years. Oracle's growing employee base in India and
China is part of an increasing trend to shift operations, especially
support operations, to lower cost developing countries, the Silicon Valley
Business Ink reported. (PTI report in GT)

EXHIBITION AT ST JOSEPH'S: On the occasion of Science Day, St Joseph's High
School, Arpora, will organise a school exhibition today (Feb 28) at its
premises. The principal of St Xavier's college, Mr Newman Fernandes will
inaugurate the exhibition. (NT)

ROMANCE AT ANY AGE: Leading pop singer and composer Remo Fernandes said the
older generations were as much spirited in their expressions of love as the
younger generations. Speaking as the chief guest at a function organised at
a city hotel to distribute prize to the winners of "The Navhind
Times-Grandis Hollywood Homes Valentine Love Messages contest", Remo
pointed out to an 83-year-old winner and said her creative expression
showed that love and romance can flourish at any age. (NT)

MARKETING INFRASTRUCTURE: "We readily and enthusiastically endorse the
suggestion of the Governor, Kidar Nath Sahani, that young people should
seek and exploit opportunities for self-employment rather than crave for
government jobs. But we have strong doubts if the areas that the Governor
has stressed, such as dairy farming, floriculture and pottery, really offer
self-employment opportunities in the State." (Edit in Herald)

CARNIVAL PARADE: The Carnival float parade in Panaji will be held on March
1. The parade will begin from 3 pm onwards. However, the floats will gather
and line up below the Mandovi bridge from 1 pm onwards. The route for the
parade is from below Mandovi bridge-New Patto bridge-riverside road of DBB
Marg and culmination at the Kala Academy. (NT)

S P O R T S

SAI ENTER FINALS: SAI entered the finals for the GFA Under-19 as they
scored a comfortable 4-0 victory over Rosary Navelim in the semi-finals at
Fatorda.

D E A T H S
15 Feb: Assagao/Mahim: ALBINO D'SOUZA, son of late Avelino/late
Candida, brother of Bonnie (UK/ex-Nairobi), Henry (UK/Ex-Nairobi), Justin
(Canada), Philomena Rodrigues, Lea D'Souza (Bombay).Month's Mind mass at St
Michael's Church, Mahim-Bombay, on March 15 at 7 pm.
26 Feb: Navelim-Sinquetim: ROSA MARIA TRAVASSO E PEREIRA, wife of
Rosario, mother of Ovidio/Mavis, Merlin/Cajetan, Felicia/Inacio,
Linda/Francisco.
27 Feb: Dramapur/Sirlim: BASIL PEREIRA, husband of Annavia, father of
Kimry, Gribin and Wanderlee.
27 Feb: Cansaulim: HUMBERTO FIGUEIREDO (HUBERT), (USA, Houston,
Ex-Oman, Navy Muscat), son of Simon Xavier/late Lourdina, husband of
Villanova, father of Kerensky and Kimberly.
27 Feb: Paroda-Carally: AVITO JADHAV, son of late Balkrishna and Salus
(Silvy) Dias, brother of Aswid.
27 Feb: Agonda: PROTO J FERNANDES (Norwegian Cruise Line), husband of
Netty, father of Gayle and Gibson, brother of Caitan (Indian Navy, Goa),
Joaquim (Russia), Paulo, Delina, Antoinetta, apolona and Francisca.

G O A W E A T H E R
Temp: 26.3 deg C (79.3 deg F) at 08.00 am in Assagao.
Max Temp: 29.9 deg C, Humidity: 59% (Official figures for yesterday)
Weather: A fine morning.

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

Website: www.goacom.com
Daily Goacom News Clippings also at: http://www.goacom.com/news
Monthly Webzine: http://www.goacom.com/goanow
Joel D'Souza
2003-02-28 16:57:45 UTC
Permalink
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For more information/links, see http://goanet.netfirms.com
****************************************

GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
February 28, 2003

HUNDREDS FLOCK TO SEE 'BLEEDING' PICTURE: Reports that a picture of Sacred
Heart of Jesus was bleeding in a house at Camorlim (Ambora) caused a stir
in the village and adjoining localities. People flocked to the church of
Our Lady of Candelaria where the picture was shifted at the instance of the
parish priest. It was 14-year-old Steffy Fernandes who claimed to have seen
the dripping of blood from the picture on Wednesday (Feb 26) at 11 pm while
she was studying for her SSC exams at her aunt's house. "The holy picture
was kept in an open cupboard as its glass had broken and I always kept
looking at it," she said. She felt a strange sensation and saw 'tears of
blood' from the eyes of Jesus. She called her aunt, Maria Joaquina
Mascarenhas, who also confirmed what she saw. (GT)

FIRST PREFERENCE TO GOANS: A rally organised by Goa Hit-Rakhan Manch at
Azad Maidan, Panjim, on February 27, sent a message loud and clear to the
government as well as the private sector that the first preference for jobs
has to be given to Goans failing which the organisation said it will not
hesitate to react violently to protect Goan interests. The rally also
demanded that as land is scarce, the government should evolve some
mechanism restricting its sale to people of non-Goan origin on the lines
being done in some North-Eastern States. GHM has strongly demanded that the
government follow the two rulesknowledge of Konkani and 15 years domicilein
letter and spirit besides proper implementation of the Official Language
Act, in order to ensure that jobs go to Goan youth. To begin with the GHM
has served an ultimatum of 15 days to the Kala Academy to cancel the
appointment of two music teachers, who were recently appointed from
Karnataka, that too without inviting applications. (H)

DEFICIT MOUNTS: Calling for fiscal consolidation in the face of mounting
deficit at 5.9 per cent last year, the pre-budget economic survey on
February 27 suggested a two-pronged strategy of augmentation of revenues
through tax reforms and restraining of expenditure that includes targeting
subsidies by rationalizing prices of food, fertilizers, LPG and kerosene.
(PTI report in GT)

INDIAN CARGO CONVENTION: A two-day convention to explore India's cargo
handling capacities, Indian Cargo Convention 2003, will be held at the Goa
Marriott Resort on 7 and 8 March. (GT)

2 HELD, GOODS SEIZED: The Bicholim police on February 27 busted a gang
involved in stealing electricity conductors and aluminium wires and seized
goods worth Rs.5 lakh. (GT)

ST XAVIER'S FELICITATES TEACHERS: "An institution is a product of the
cumulative efforts of the students, staff and principals, who have passed
through the institution in the course of years," remarked principal Newman
Fernandes. Newman was speaking at a recently held felicitation function for
the teachers of ST Xavier's College who attained superannuation in the
academic year 2001-2002. (GT)

ONE LAKH NEW BJP MEMBERS: The BJP has enrolled one lakh new members in the
ongoing membership drive being conducted by the party cadre in Goa,
according to BJP Goa state president Laxmikant Parsekar. (GT)

HOTELIERS FOR GRADING SYSTEM: The South Goa Hotel Owners' Association has
demanded that restaurants and eating houses in Goa should be graded as per
the system adopted in metropolitan cities like Mumbai, depending on the
area and type of restaurant. (NT)

BUDGET MAY RAISE IT EXEMPTION LIMIT: The Union Budget for 2003-04 to be
presented today (Feb 28) may raise income tax exemption limit to
Rs.70,000-80,000 and retain standard deductions along with tax sops for
small savings and housing loans, while undertaking 'clean up' operation of
tax administration besides measures to spur growth. (PTI report in GT)

SALVADOR DO MUNDO PANCHAYAT BUDGET: The Salvador do Mundo panchayat has
projected an income of Rs.46.46 lakh in the budget estimates for 2003-04,
while earmarking Rs.30.15 lakh for public works in the village. This was
discussed at the gram sabha meeting of the panchayat on Sunday at Umbra. (H)

PORTUGUESE CITIZENSHIP: the Consulate General of Portugal has informed the
public that according to instructions received from the authorities in
Portugal, that from 1 March 2003, until 1 June 2003, any and all acts
pertaining to the acquisition of Portuguese nationality, including
attestation of documents, will be suspended. (GT)

NAVY INVOLVES FISHING TRAWLERS: Indian Navy would take into confidence the
fishing trawler owners in their exercise of patrolling seashores. Taking
the first step in this regard, the naval officials in their recently
concluded week-long "war exercise" on the west coast hired fishing trawlers
to transport their officials in deep sea destinations. Naval sources
disclosed that the ability of trawlers to stay for long in the sea and
venture at a distance of 150 nautical miles from the seashore makes them
sustainable during emergencies like war. (NT)

ORACLE TO HIRE SOFTWARE DEVELOPERS: Oracle Corpn, world's number two
soft-ware company, plans to hire about 2,000 lower-paid software developers
in India in the next two years. Oracle's growing employee base in India and
China is part of an increasing trend to shift operations, especially
support operations, to lower cost developing countries, the Silicon Valley
Business Ink reported. (PTI report in GT)

EXHIBITION AT ST JOSEPH'S: On the occasion of Science Day, St Joseph's High
School, Arpora, will organise a school exhibition today (Feb 28) at its
premises. The principal of St Xavier's college, Mr Newman Fernandes will
inaugurate the exhibition. (NT)

ROMANCE AT ANY AGE: Leading pop singer and composer Remo Fernandes said the
older generations were as much spirited in their expressions of love as the
younger generations. Speaking as the chief guest at a function organised at
a city hotel to distribute prize to the winners of "The Navhind
Times-Grandis Hollywood Homes Valentine Love Messages contest", Remo
pointed out to an 83-year-old winner and said her creative expression
showed that love and romance can flourish at any age. (NT)

MARKETING INFRASTRUCTURE: "We readily and enthusiastically endorse the
suggestion of the Governor, Kidar Nath Sahani, that young people should
seek and exploit opportunities for self-employment rather than crave for
government jobs. But we have strong doubts if the areas that the Governor
has stressed, such as dairy farming, floriculture and pottery, really offer
self-employment opportunities in the State." (Edit in Herald)

CARNIVAL PARADE: The Carnival float parade in Panaji will be held on March
1. The parade will begin from 3 pm onwards. However, the floats will gather
and line up below the Mandovi bridge from 1 pm onwards. The route for the
parade is from below Mandovi bridge-New Patto bridge-riverside road of DBB
Marg and culmination at the Kala Academy. (NT)

S P O R T S

SAI ENTER FINALS: SAI entered the finals for the GFA Under-19 as they
scored a comfortable 4-0 victory over Rosary Navelim in the semi-finals at
Fatorda.

D E A T H S
15 Feb: Assagao/Mahim: ALBINO D'SOUZA, son of late Avelino/late
Candida, brother of Bonnie (UK/ex-Nairobi), Henry (UK/Ex-Nairobi), Justin
(Canada), Philomena Rodrigues, Lea D'Souza (Bombay).Month's Mind mass at St
Michael's Church, Mahim-Bombay, on March 15 at 7 pm.
26 Feb: Navelim-Sinquetim: ROSA MARIA TRAVASSO E PEREIRA, wife of
Rosario, mother of Ovidio/Mavis, Merlin/Cajetan, Felicia/Inacio,
Linda/Francisco.
27 Feb: Dramapur/Sirlim: BASIL PEREIRA, husband of Annavia, father of
Kimry, Gribin and Wanderlee.
27 Feb: Cansaulim: HUMBERTO FIGUEIREDO (HUBERT), (USA, Houston,
Ex-Oman, Navy Muscat), son of Simon Xavier/late Lourdina, husband of
Villanova, father of Kerensky and Kimberly.
27 Feb: Paroda-Carally: AVITO JADHAV, son of late Balkrishna and Salus
(Silvy) Dias, brother of Aswid.
27 Feb: Agonda: PROTO J FERNANDES (Norwegian Cruise Line), husband of
Netty, father of Gayle and Gibson, brother of Caitan (Indian Navy, Goa),
Joaquim (Russia), Paulo, Delina, Antoinetta, apolona and Francisca.

G O A W E A T H E R
Temp: 26.3 deg C (79.3 deg F) at 08.00 am in Assagao.
Max Temp: 29.9 deg C, Humidity: 59% (Official figures for yesterday)
Weather: A fine morning.

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

Website: www.goacom.com
Daily Goacom News Clippings also at: http://www.goacom.com/news
Monthly Webzine: http://www.goacom.com/goanow
Joel D'Souza
2003-02-28 16:57:45 UTC
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GOACOM DAILY NEWS CLIPPINGS
February 28, 2003

HUNDREDS FLOCK TO SEE 'BLEEDING' PICTURE: Reports that a picture of Sacred
Heart of Jesus was bleeding in a house at Camorlim (Ambora) caused a stir
in the village and adjoining localities. People flocked to the church of
Our Lady of Candelaria where the picture was shifted at the instance of the
parish priest. It was 14-year-old Steffy Fernandes who claimed to have seen
the dripping of blood from the picture on Wednesday (Feb 26) at 11 pm while
she was studying for her SSC exams at her aunt's house. "The holy picture
was kept in an open cupboard as its glass had broken and I always kept
looking at it," she said. She felt a strange sensation and saw 'tears of
blood' from the eyes of Jesus. She called her aunt, Maria Joaquina
Mascarenhas, who also confirmed what she saw. (GT)

FIRST PREFERENCE TO GOANS: A rally organised by Goa Hit-Rakhan Manch at
Azad Maidan, Panjim, on February 27, sent a message loud and clear to the
government as well as the private sector that the first preference for jobs
has to be given to Goans failing which the organisation said it will not
hesitate to react violently to protect Goan interests. The rally also
demanded that as land is scarce, the government should evolve some
mechanism restricting its sale to people of non-Goan origin on the lines
being done in some North-Eastern States. GHM has strongly demanded that the
government follow the two rulesknowledge of Konkani and 15 years domicilein
letter and spirit besides proper implementation of the Official Language
Act, in order to ensure that jobs go to Goan youth. To begin with the GHM
has served an ultimatum of 15 days to the Kala Academy to cancel the
appointment of two music teachers, who were recently appointed from
Karnataka, that too without inviting applications. (H)

DEFICIT MOUNTS: Calling for fiscal consolidation in the face of mounting
deficit at 5.9 per cent last year, the pre-budget economic survey on
February 27 suggested a two-pronged strategy of augmentation of revenues
through tax reforms and restraining of expenditure that includes targeting
subsidies by rationalizing prices of food, fertilizers, LPG and kerosene.
(PTI report in GT)

INDIAN CARGO CONVENTION: A two-day convention to explore India's cargo
handling capacities, Indian Cargo Convention 2003, will be held at the Goa
Marriott Resort on 7 and 8 March. (GT)

2 HELD, GOODS SEIZED: The Bicholim police on February 27 busted a gang
involved in stealing electricity conductors and aluminium wires and seized
goods worth Rs.5 lakh. (GT)

ST XAVIER'S FELICITATES TEACHERS: "An institution is a product of the
cumulative efforts of the students, staff and principals, who have passed
through the institution in the course of years," remarked principal Newman
Fernandes. Newman was speaking at a recently held felicitation function for
the teachers of ST Xavier's College who attained superannuation in the
academic year 2001-2002. (GT)

ONE LAKH NEW BJP MEMBERS: The BJP has enrolled one lakh new members in the
ongoing membership drive being conducted by the party cadre in Goa,
according to BJP Goa state president Laxmikant Parsekar. (GT)

HOTELIERS FOR GRADING SYSTEM: The South Goa Hotel Owners' Association has
demanded that restaurants and eating houses in Goa should be graded as per
the system adopted in metropolitan cities like Mumbai, depending on the
area and type of restaurant. (NT)

BUDGET MAY RAISE IT EXEMPTION LIMIT: The Union Budget for 2003-04 to be
presented today (Feb 28) may raise income tax exemption limit to
Rs.70,000-80,000 and retain standard deductions along with tax sops for
small savings and housing loans, while undertaking 'clean up' operation of
tax administration besides measures to spur growth. (PTI report in GT)

SALVADOR DO MUNDO PANCHAYAT BUDGET: The Salvador do Mundo panchayat has
projected an income of Rs.46.46 lakh in the budget estimates for 2003-04,
while earmarking Rs.30.15 lakh for public works in the village. This was
discussed at the gram sabha meeting of the panchayat on Sunday at Umbra. (H)

PORTUGUESE CITIZENSHIP: the Consulate General of Portugal has informed the
public that according to instructions received from the authorities in
Portugal, that from 1 March 2003, until 1 June 2003, any and all acts
pertaining to the acquisition of Portuguese nationality, including
attestation of documents, will be suspended. (GT)

NAVY INVOLVES FISHING TRAWLERS: Indian Navy would take into confidence the
fishing trawler owners in their exercise of patrolling seashores. Taking
the first step in this regard, the naval officials in their recently
concluded week-long "war exercise" on the west coast hired fishing trawlers
to transport their officials in deep sea destinations. Naval sources
disclosed that the ability of trawlers to stay for long in the sea and
venture at a distance of 150 nautical miles from the seashore makes them
sustainable during emergencies like war. (NT)

ORACLE TO HIRE SOFTWARE DEVELOPERS: Oracle Corpn, world's number two
soft-ware company, plans to hire about 2,000 lower-paid software developers
in India in the next two years. Oracle's growing employee base in India and
China is part of an increasing trend to shift operations, especially
support operations, to lower cost developing countries, the Silicon Valley
Business Ink reported. (PTI report in GT)

EXHIBITION AT ST JOSEPH'S: On the occasion of Science Day, St Joseph's High
School, Arpora, will organise a school exhibition today (Feb 28) at its
premises. The principal of St Xavier's college, Mr Newman Fernandes will
inaugurate the exhibition. (NT)

ROMANCE AT ANY AGE: Leading pop singer and composer Remo Fernandes said the
older generations were as much spirited in their expressions of love as the
younger generations. Speaking as the chief guest at a function organised at
a city hotel to distribute prize to the winners of "The Navhind
Times-Grandis Hollywood Homes Valentine Love Messages contest", Remo
pointed out to an 83-year-old winner and said her creative expression
showed that love and romance can flourish at any age. (NT)

MARKETING INFRASTRUCTURE: "We readily and enthusiastically endorse the
suggestion of the Governor, Kidar Nath Sahani, that young people should
seek and exploit opportunities for self-employment rather than crave for
government jobs. But we have strong doubts if the areas that the Governor
has stressed, such as dairy farming, floriculture and pottery, really offer
self-employment opportunities in the State." (Edit in Herald)

CARNIVAL PARADE: The Carnival float parade in Panaji will be held on March
1. The parade will begin from 3 pm onwards. However, the floats will gather
and line up below the Mandovi bridge from 1 pm onwards. The route for the
parade is from below Mandovi bridge-New Patto bridge-riverside road of DBB
Marg and culmination at the Kala Academy. (NT)

S P O R T S

SAI ENTER FINALS: SAI entered the finals for the GFA Under-19 as they
scored a comfortable 4-0 victory over Rosary Navelim in the semi-finals at
Fatorda.

D E A T H S
15 Feb: Assagao/Mahim: ALBINO D'SOUZA, son of late Avelino/late
Candida, brother of Bonnie (UK/ex-Nairobi), Henry (UK/Ex-Nairobi), Justin
(Canada), Philomena Rodrigues, Lea D'Souza (Bombay).Month's Mind mass at St
Michael's Church, Mahim-Bombay, on March 15 at 7 pm.
26 Feb: Navelim-Sinquetim: ROSA MARIA TRAVASSO E PEREIRA, wife of
Rosario, mother of Ovidio/Mavis, Merlin/Cajetan, Felicia/Inacio,
Linda/Francisco.
27 Feb: Dramapur/Sirlim: BASIL PEREIRA, husband of Annavia, father of
Kimry, Gribin and Wanderlee.
27 Feb: Cansaulim: HUMBERTO FIGUEIREDO (HUBERT), (USA, Houston,
Ex-Oman, Navy Muscat), son of Simon Xavier/late Lourdina, husband of
Villanova, father of Kerensky and Kimberly.
27 Feb: Paroda-Carally: AVITO JADHAV, son of late Balkrishna and Salus
(Silvy) Dias, brother of Aswid.
27 Feb: Agonda: PROTO J FERNANDES (Norwegian Cruise Line), husband of
Netty, father of Gayle and Gibson, brother of Caitan (Indian Navy, Goa),
Joaquim (Russia), Paulo, Delina, Antoinetta, apolona and Francisca.

G O A W E A T H E R
Temp: 26.3 deg C (79.3 deg F) at 08.00 am in Assagao.
Max Temp: 29.9 deg C, Humidity: 59% (Official figures for yesterday)
Weather: A fine morning.

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

Website: www.goacom.com
Daily Goacom News Clippings also at: http://www.goacom.com/news
Monthly Webzine: http://www.goacom.com/goanow
Joel D'Souza
2003-02-28 16:57:45 UTC
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February 28, 2003

HUNDREDS FLOCK TO SEE 'BLEEDING' PICTURE: Reports that a picture of Sacred
Heart of Jesus was bleeding in a house at Camorlim (Ambora) caused a stir
in the village and adjoining localities. People flocked to the church of
Our Lady of Candelaria where the picture was shifted at the instance of the
parish priest. It was 14-year-old Steffy Fernandes who claimed to have seen
the dripping of blood from the picture on Wednesday (Feb 26) at 11 pm while
she was studying for her SSC exams at her aunt's house. "The holy picture
was kept in an open cupboard as its glass had broken and I always kept
looking at it," she said. She felt a strange sensation and saw 'tears of
blood' from the eyes of Jesus. She called her aunt, Maria Joaquina
Mascarenhas, who also confirmed what she saw. (GT)

FIRST PREFERENCE TO GOANS: A rally organised by Goa Hit-Rakhan Manch at
Azad Maidan, Panjim, on February 27, sent a message loud and clear to the
government as well as the private sector that the first preference for jobs
has to be given to Goans failing which the organisation said it will not
hesitate to react violently to protect Goan interests. The rally also
demanded that as land is scarce, the government should evolve some
mechanism restricting its sale to people of non-Goan origin on the lines
being done in some North-Eastern States. GHM has strongly demanded that the
government follow the two rulesknowledge of Konkani and 15 years domicilein
letter and spirit besides proper implementation of the Official Language
Act, in order to ensure that jobs go to Goan youth. To begin with the GHM
has served an ultimatum of 15 days to the Kala Academy to cancel the
appointment of two music teachers, who were recently appointed from
Karnataka, that too without inviting applications. (H)

DEFICIT MOUNTS: Calling for fiscal consolidation in the face of mounting
deficit at 5.9 per cent last year, the pre-budget economic survey on
February 27 suggested a two-pronged strategy of augmentation of revenues
through tax reforms and restraining of expenditure that includes targeting
subsidies by rationalizing prices of food, fertilizers, LPG and kerosene.
(PTI report in GT)

INDIAN CARGO CONVENTION: A two-day convention to explore India's cargo
handling capacities, Indian Cargo Convention 2003, will be held at the Goa
Marriott Resort on 7 and 8 March. (GT)

2 HELD, GOODS SEIZED: The Bicholim police on February 27 busted a gang
involved in stealing electricity conductors and aluminium wires and seized
goods worth Rs.5 lakh. (GT)

ST XAVIER'S FELICITATES TEACHERS: "An institution is a product of the
cumulative efforts of the students, staff and principals, who have passed
through the institution in the course of years," remarked principal Newman
Fernandes. Newman was speaking at a recently held felicitation function for
the teachers of ST Xavier's College who attained superannuation in the
academic year 2001-2002. (GT)

ONE LAKH NEW BJP MEMBERS: The BJP has enrolled one lakh new members in the
ongoing membership drive being conducted by the party cadre in Goa,
according to BJP Goa state president Laxmikant Parsekar. (GT)

HOTELIERS FOR GRADING SYSTEM: The South Goa Hotel Owners' Association has
demanded that restaurants and eating houses in Goa should be graded as per
the system adopted in metropolitan cities like Mumbai, depending on the
area and type of restaurant. (NT)

BUDGET MAY RAISE IT EXEMPTION LIMIT: The Union Budget for 2003-04 to be
presented today (Feb 28) may raise income tax exemption limit to
Rs.70,000-80,000 and retain standard deductions along with tax sops for
small savings and housing loans, while undertaking 'clean up' operation of
tax administration besides measures to spur growth. (PTI report in GT)

SALVADOR DO MUNDO PANCHAYAT BUDGET: The Salvador do Mundo panchayat has
projected an income of Rs.46.46 lakh in the budget estimates for 2003-04,
while earmarking Rs.30.15 lakh for public works in the village. This was
discussed at the gram sabha meeting of the panchayat on Sunday at Umbra. (H)

PORTUGUESE CITIZENSHIP: the Consulate General of Portugal has informed the
public that according to instructions received from the authorities in
Portugal, that from 1 March 2003, until 1 June 2003, any and all acts
pertaining to the acquisition of Portuguese nationality, including
attestation of documents, will be suspended. (GT)

NAVY INVOLVES FISHING TRAWLERS: Indian Navy would take into confidence the
fishing trawler owners in their exercise of patrolling seashores. Taking
the first step in this regard, the naval officials in their recently
concluded week-long "war exercise" on the west coast hired fishing trawlers
to transport their officials in deep sea destinations. Naval sources
disclosed that the ability of trawlers to stay for long in the sea and
venture at a distance of 150 nautical miles from the seashore makes them
sustainable during emergencies like war. (NT)

ORACLE TO HIRE SOFTWARE DEVELOPERS: Oracle Corpn, world's number two
soft-ware company, plans to hire about 2,000 lower-paid software developers
in India in the next two years. Oracle's growing employee base in India and
China is part of an increasing trend to shift operations, especially
support operations, to lower cost developing countries, the Silicon Valley
Business Ink reported. (PTI report in GT)

EXHIBITION AT ST JOSEPH'S: On the occasion of Science Day, St Joseph's High
School, Arpora, will organise a school exhibition today (Feb 28) at its
premises. The principal of St Xavier's college, Mr Newman Fernandes will
inaugurate the exhibition. (NT)

ROMANCE AT ANY AGE: Leading pop singer and composer Remo Fernandes said the
older generations were as much spirited in their expressions of love as the
younger generations. Speaking as the chief guest at a function organised at
a city hotel to distribute prize to the winners of "The Navhind
Times-Grandis Hollywood Homes Valentine Love Messages contest", Remo
pointed out to an 83-year-old winner and said her creative expression
showed that love and romance can flourish at any age. (NT)

MARKETING INFRASTRUCTURE: "We readily and enthusiastically endorse the
suggestion of the Governor, Kidar Nath Sahani, that young people should
seek and exploit opportunities for self-employment rather than crave for
government jobs. But we have strong doubts if the areas that the Governor
has stressed, such as dairy farming, floriculture and pottery, really offer
self-employment opportunities in the State." (Edit in Herald)

CARNIVAL PARADE: The Carnival float parade in Panaji will be held on March
1. The parade will begin from 3 pm onwards. However, the floats will gather
and line up below the Mandovi bridge from 1 pm onwards. The route for the
parade is from below Mandovi bridge-New Patto bridge-riverside road of DBB
Marg and culmination at the Kala Academy. (NT)

S P O R T S

SAI ENTER FINALS: SAI entered the finals for the GFA Under-19 as they
scored a comfortable 4-0 victory over Rosary Navelim in the semi-finals at
Fatorda.

D E A T H S
15 Feb: Assagao/Mahim: ALBINO D'SOUZA, son of late Avelino/late
Candida, brother of Bonnie (UK/ex-Nairobi), Henry (UK/Ex-Nairobi), Justin
(Canada), Philomena Rodrigues, Lea D'Souza (Bombay).Month's Mind mass at St
Michael's Church, Mahim-Bombay, on March 15 at 7 pm.
26 Feb: Navelim-Sinquetim: ROSA MARIA TRAVASSO E PEREIRA, wife of
Rosario, mother of Ovidio/Mavis, Merlin/Cajetan, Felicia/Inacio,
Linda/Francisco.
27 Feb: Dramapur/Sirlim: BASIL PEREIRA, husband of Annavia, father of
Kimry, Gribin and Wanderlee.
27 Feb: Cansaulim: HUMBERTO FIGUEIREDO (HUBERT), (USA, Houston,
Ex-Oman, Navy Muscat), son of Simon Xavier/late Lourdina, husband of
Villanova, father of Kerensky and Kimberly.
27 Feb: Paroda-Carally: AVITO JADHAV, son of late Balkrishna and Salus
(Silvy) Dias, brother of Aswid.
27 Feb: Agonda: PROTO J FERNANDES (Norwegian Cruise Line), husband of
Netty, father of Gayle and Gibson, brother of Caitan (Indian Navy, Goa),
Joaquim (Russia), Paulo, Delina, Antoinetta, apolona and Francisca.

G O A W E A T H E R
Temp: 26.3 deg C (79.3 deg F) at 08.00 am in Assagao.
Max Temp: 29.9 deg C, Humidity: 59% (Official figures for yesterday)
Weather: A fine morning.

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

Website: www.goacom.com
Daily Goacom News Clippings also at: http://www.goacom.com/news
Monthly Webzine: http://www.goacom.com/goanow

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