Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Herald News Service
  • CM MANOHAR PARRIKAR SAID THE LOWER JUDICIARY IN THE STATE WAS PAYING SCANT REGARDS TO THE PROVISIONS OF LAW   |  
  • AROUND 80 WOMEN FROM SELF HELP GROUP FROM MINING BELT WITNESS THE DISCUSSION ON RESUMPTION OF MINING IN STATE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY   |  
  • LIKE ORISSA GOVERNMENT, GOA GOVT SHOULD DECISION ON RESUMPTION OF MINING WITHIN A TIMEFRAME: DIGAMBAR KAMAT   |  
  • RESPONDING TO MGP LEGISLATOR'S STATEMENT ON BIKINI BEACH, MLA ROHAN KHAUNTE SAID LEGISLATORS SHOULD THINK BEFORE GIVING OUT ANY STATEMENT.   |  

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Mining restart: Time for a litigation proof policy

The Chief Minister has asserted his executive authority as the Chief Minister and the Mines Minister to formulate a mining policy and execute lease deeds, by declaring a fresh set of concrete dates and importantly stating that all 27 lease holders who have paid their stamp duties will have their deeds executed.