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PANAJI: The appointment of the new Goa Pradesh Congress Committee (GPCC) president is likely to be delayed by at least a few more days as there is no consensus among Congress leaders. All Indian Congress Committee (AICC) general secretary and Goa desk in-charge Digvijay Singh had earlier said that the party would take a decision on the GPCC president post by the end of July. Sources said that this decision is expected to come in the first or second week of August.
PANAJI: With the Congress high command showing renewed interest in revamping the party organization in Goa with an eye on the forthcoming Lok Sabha polls, the aspirants vying for the post of president of the Goa Pradesh Congress party (GPCC) is increasing.
PANAJI: The run-up to the 2014 parliamentary election will perhaps see a new team in the Congress gaining prominence. The appointment of a high-profile leader like former Madhya Pradesh chief minister Digvijaya Singh as AICC general secretary in charge of the Goa desk is a signal from Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi to have a Gen Next team to fight the election.
PANAJI: The 2014 Lok Sabha polls are still months away, but the political waters in North Goa are already churning.
MARGAO: After holding a series of corner meetings across the district, Wednesday's public meeting at the historic Lohia Maidan at Margao by 'Goans For Dabolim Only' drew thousands from North and South Goa, including sarpanchas, panchas, municipal councillors and six Salcete-representingMLAs, including two ministers.
PANAJI: BJP-supported panels swept the polls to Sankhali and Ponda municipal councils today.
PANAJI: The Goa government plans to file a first information report (FIR) against 151 people including two former Goa chief ministers, the son of a former Goa home minister, several state and central government officials, besides 100-odd mining firms in connection with illegal mining.
PONDA: The government’s decision to carry out the delimitation of Ponda town and increasing the number of wards from 13 to 14, has drawn flak from the opposition congress party.
PONDA: Following an appointment of a committee by the government to organize Shigmo festivities in Ponda, Damu Naik, secretary of the 'Ponda Taluka Antruz Shigmotsava Samiti' has moved the high court of Bombay at Goa seeking rights to organize the festivity by his samiti. Former Ponda MLA Ravi Naik is heading the samiti.
PONDA: The former chief minister, Mr Ravi Naik on Thursday hit back at the government accusing it of politicising the Shigmo celebrations and said that the Ponda Taluka Antruz Shigmostava Committee members are ready to face even a lathicharge and can go behind bars but will go ahead with the Shigmo celebrations on March 27.