log on to thegoan.net @thegoaneveryday SUNDAY NOVEMBER 6, 2022 Facebook.com/thegoaneveryday The Goan (Playstore) 16 pages PRICE ` 8 PANAJI MARGAO GOA VOLUME VIII, NO. 139 Instagram.com/thegoaneveryday RNI: GOAENG/2015/65729 MOVIES »PAGE 16 GOOD LIFE »PAGE 12 PLAY & PAUSE »PAGE 13 SPORTS »PAGE 8 Darling of the masses Understanding cancer diagnosis and treatment Not in the ‘single’ zone anymore England reach T20 World Cup semis, Australia eliminated The ‘ideal’ way of idol worship Struggles of feeling ‘meh’ I-League winners to be promoted to ISL next season: AIFF Huma Qureshi talks about her role in Monica O My Darling & love for dancing BLESSING THE BRIDE : Jackie attends Muchhal’s mehendi ceremony >> SEE PG 3 DIGGING UP CHAOS: NORMAL LIFE THROWN OUT OF GEAR IN PANAJI MAGAZINE MAGAZ 9 Arjun Kanungo talks about his debut album, making music videos & more Exposition of St Xavier’s relics to be held in 2024 CARDINAL FILIPE NERI FERRÃO ISSUES SPECIAL DECREE THE GOAN I NETWORK The hidden gems of Goa Enrique Iglesias shares stage with Goan girl in Qatar Overcoming effects of pollution on your skin, hair and eyes 10 Stroke rehabilitation and recovery Nostalgia behind festive celebrations of the past 11 Car Review Mahindra Scorpio Classic: Classical Rebirth IN SHORT >> Mega job fair to be held on November 8 PANAJI: The government has organised a mega job fair at Dr Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Indoor Stadium, Taleigao on November 8. Vacancies are available in sectors such as IT, Pharmaceutical, Tourism & Hospitality, Logistic, Automobile, Health Care etc. Man duped of `22L in online fraud PANAJI: The Cyber Crime Cell of Goa Police is investigating yet another complaint of financial fraud wherein a local has been cheated of Rs 22 lakh. >> See pg 2 Woman found dead in well at Tivim MAPUSA: A highly decomposed body of a woman was recovered from a well in Tivim, police said on Saturday. Colvale Police rushed to the spot after they received information that a body was floating in the well. >> See pg 5 WEATHER >> Max: 34 C Min: 24 C Humidity: 90% TIDES Low: 03.00 High: 09.03 National Cancer Awareness Day is celebrated on November 7 15.32 22.12 PANAJI Cardinal Filipe Neri Ferrão has announced the decennial Solemn Exposition of the Sacred Relics of Saint Francis Xavier, popularly known as ‘Gõycho Saib’, from November 21, 2024 to January 5, 2025. The Cardinal issued a special decree to announce the spiritual event which draws millions of people from all over the world. The decree states: “In conformity with a long-standing practice, followed in this Archdiocese of holding Solemn Exposition of the Sacred Relics of St Francis Xavier every 10 years, we determine that the Solemn Exposition be held in 2024, beginning on Thursday, November 21, 2024, and ending on Sunday, January 5, 2025”. A special committee to deal with the matters of the Solemn Exposition has also been appointed by Cardinal Ferrão. A special committee comprising of lay men and women, religious sisters and priests has been appointed by Cardinal Ferrão to deal with the matters of the Solemn Exposition The Committee comprises lay men and women, religious sisters and priests. The Diocesan Centre for Social Communications Media (DCSCM) stated that the decennial spiritual event gives the faithful an opportunity to reflect on the “faith journey” of St Francis Xavier and to emulate his zeal for the Gospel of Jesus Christ. “St Francis, a man of knowledge and expertise, fame and rank, is a constant reminder that nothing has the power to affect change as much as love and compassion. His noble life and his abiding presence among us are an aide-mémoire that it is only a personal encounter with Christ that makes us his true disciples.” The DCSCM explained that this time, Cardinal Ferrão has announced the Exposition two years in advance keeping in mind a two-fold purpose: firstly, to step up the renewal of Christian life at all levels in the Archdiocese, and sec- Venzy, Cabral spar over sewage discharge in Sal MINISTER ACCUSED OF NOT DOING ENOUGH TO STOP VIOLATION OF LAWS ON SEWAGE DISCHARGE THE GOAN I NETWORK MARGAO All guns went blazing at the Margao Sewerage Treatment Plant (STP) on Saturday morning when a vocal Benaulim MLA clashed with a no nonsense PWD Minister, as they sparred in full media glare at the STP complex. If Friday saw the Aam Admi Party (AAP) Benaulim MLA Venzy Viegas raising a stink over the discharge of raw sewage from the Margao STP plant into the river Sal, and demanding resignation of PWD Minister, Nilesh Cabral, who also holds the Environment portfolio, the duo virtually clashed and came face to face, as they were locked in a verbal duel inside the STP complex on Saturday. The PWD Minister walked into the STP complex on Saturday morning, apparently to ascertain the charges levelled by the Benaulim MLA over the PWD Minister Nilesh Cabral and Benaulim MLA Venzy Viegas face off in full media glare on Saturday. Santosh Mirajkar raw sewage discharge into the river Sal by the non-functioning STP. Even as Cabral was taking stock of the situation, Venzy walked into moments later. He tried to make a point or two, but Cabral seemed more engrossed with the officials present around. Apparently losing his cool, Venzy intervened in his inimitable vocal fashion, thundering that the Minister is just to enact a drama, demanding that he be allowed to talk on the issue. As Venzy began by demanding to know who will lay the procedure to stop violation of the laws, Cabral >Continued on P5 Armed detainees attack immigration centre in Britain, firebombs thrown PTI LONDON Detainees “armed with weaponry” have caused a disturbance at a London immigration centre, the PA news agency said Saturday, as Britain struggled to cope with thousands of recently arrived migrants. The UK government has been on the defensive this week after reports said some 4,000 people were being held at the Manston reception facility near Dover on the south coast meant to hold just 1,600. Firebombs were also Police officials douse a fire after a firebomb was thrown at a reception facility in Dover. thrown at another reception facility in Dover by a man who was later found dead. It was not immediately clear exactly when the reported disturbance took place at Harmondsworth detention centre near Heathrow Airport. The Home Office said no one was injured in the incident during a power outage. “There has been a power outage at Harmondsworth immigration removal centre, and work is currently under way to resolve this issue,” it said in a statement. “We are aware of a disturbance at the centre and the authorities have been notified and are on scene.” The PA news agency said in a report it was understood “that a group of detainees left their rooms and went out into the courtyard area armed with various weaponry”. ondly, to give sufficient time for the pilgrims to plan their journey. “The Exposition of the Sacred Relics of St Francis Xavier in 2024-2025 will be the culmination of a spiritual journey, a journey of renewal and of hope to be undertaken by every individual, every family, every parish and the entire Church in Goa and Daman,” stated the DCSCM. “It is not only the event but the journey leading to the event that is important. The universal Church is preparing for a “Synod on Synodality” and also for the Jubilee Year 2025. For the Catholic faithful in Goa and Daman, the upcoming Exposition of the Sacred Relics of St Francis Xavier is a God-given opportunity to learn to walk together as pilgrims of hope.” “The two years of spiritual preparation leading to the Exposition will focus on walking with the poor and the marginalised, walking with peoples of all faiths and cultures and walking in harmony with creation,” the DCSCM added. Now, Hyderabad police to zero in on Edwin’s properties THE GOAN I NETWORK PANAJI The Hyderabad City Police will soon begin identifying properties that Curlies’ operator Edwin Nunes brought allegedly from the proceeds of drug trafficking. The Anjuna local was arrested from the local police station on Friday night, hours after he was released on bail for forging his Covid-19 certificate. The Hyderabad police who kept a close watch on the development in Goa had arrived soon after the Additional Sessions Court, Mapusa earlier this week directed Nunes to surrender before Anjuna police in two days. Nunes is arrested in a case booked with the Ramgopalpet police station in Hyderabad City, while in two other drug cases he has been granted anticipatory bail by the Telangana court. The police team reached Hyderabad on Saturday evening. Speaking to reporters in Hyderabad, Commissioner of Police C V Anand said that they will identify the properties of Edwin Nunes and proceed to legally attach these under rel- He supplies all forms of drugs like cocaine, ecstasy pills, LSD blots, MDMA, brown sugar, hash oil, and other drugs to his clients through his agents. He owns three posh houses, three hotels, and Curlies Shack in Anjuna — C V Anand, Police Commissioner evant sections of the Indian law. “We will soon hold a meeting with Central agencies including the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB), the Intelligence Bureau, and the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence to discuss the smuggling of the drugs into India and the supply chain to the consumers,” he added. The Goan was the first newspaper to report about Nunes’ arrest by Goa’s counterparts. Anand further said that the accused has 50,000 consumers across India including >Continued on P5
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