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PANAJI: Following the recent controversies surrounding film shoots in Panaji, the Corporation of the City of Panaji has decided to frame rules and guidelines for issuing any new permission for film shoots.

'Troubled' beach changes colour

Baina: Coming a long way isn't easy, and Baina beach, once associated with the infamous red-light district of Vasco, has undergone such a metamorphosis.

Cong wants immediate audit of govt

PANAJI: The Congress on Thursday demanded that the comptroller and auditor general of India order an immediate audit and inquiry into the "misuse and diversion" of central funds by Manohar Parrikar-led government and written a letter in this regard.

PANAJI: The teachers protesting opposite the Panaji jetty have invited the wrath of the Corporation of the City of Panaji (CCP) for damaging the lawns they are sitting on. The lawns are part of the landscaping works undertaken by the CCP before Iffi 2012 at a cost of 7 lakh.

PANAJI: The Technical Audit Committee of the Entertainment Society of Goa (ESG), which was constituted by the Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Parrikar, has observed various ambiguities in the overall selection process as well as performances staged during the International Film Festival of India 2012, under the title ‘Chitrashatabdi’.

PANAJI: The Federation of Film Fraternity of Goa (FFFG) has alleged that the officials in the Entertainment Society of Goa (ESG) are now trying to cover up the gross irregularities in the cultural programmes as well as contracts given to various contractors for stage, lights and sound, etc as organised during the International Film Festival of India 2012.

PANAJI: A bridge across River Mandovi from Betim to Campal promenade and city riverfront development are some of the major highlights of the city development plan as revealed during the presentation on ‘Holistic design of infrastructure for the capital city’, held at the Secretariat on Wednesday.

Fri, 04 Jan 2013 05:16:24 PM IST

ESG all set for revamp

PANAJI: The Entertainment Society of Goa (ESG) under the leadership of its vice-chairperson, Vishnu Wagh, is preparing for a revamp in its bid to demand a bigger role of the body in the organization of the International Film Festival of India (Iffi).

PANAJI: The Performing Artists Association of Goa (PAAG), on Saturday, alleged that almost after a month since the conclusion of the 42nd edition of the International Film Festival of India, the Entertainment Society of Goa (ESG) is yet to pay the remunerations to the Goan artistes, who had participated in the cultural programmes organised during the IFFI 2012.

PANAJI: The Entertainment Society of Goa (ESG) is in the process of accumulating details about the expenditure for the 43rd International Film Festival of Goa (Iffi). The budget for the film festival- organized by the Union information and broadcasting ministry in collaboration with the Goa government - was brought down to 9 crore this year from 2011's 10.5 crore.

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