News in Pics by Rajtilak Naik - Dec 6

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Pics by Rajtilak Naik in Panaji

December 6, 2007

A speeding Maruti Omni van hit an electric pole at Campal, Panaji. However, there were no casualties reported.

Taleigao MLA Atanasio Monserratte briefing the media outside the chief ministers residence at Altinho, Panaji soon after submitting a memorandum to stop work of the IT habitat at Dona Paula

Information and technology minister Dayanand Narvekar briefing the media on the IT Habitat Park during a press conference in the ministerial block at Porvorim. Also seen are director of IT M N Rao, IT Secretary R P Pal, secretary finance Ramesh Negi and others. The minister stated that now it was too late to stop the work of the IT Park as the government has spent almost 50 crore on the prject so far.

Students staging a morcha against Special Economic Zones in the state, on the Azad Maidan at Panaji

Chairman and MD of MMTC Ltd Sanjiv Batra unveiling the Gold card at the inauguration of the Festival of Gold exhibition at Panaji. Also seen are Goyal, Mrs Goyal and Mrs Batra. The five-day event will showcase a wide array of hallmarked jewellery with over 50,000 pieces on display.

Fire brigade in action, fighting fire after a parked ambulance caught fire at Altinho, Panaji.

World president of Rotary club Wilfred Wilkinson addressing a press conference at Panaji. Also seen (from left) are Dilip Salgaonkar, Ashok Mahajan, Raja Sabu and Bazil D'Souza

Contract workers at a morcha organized by the All India Trade Union Congress (AITUC) as part of the countrywide agitation in protest of price-rise, violation of labour laws and farmers' suicide, at Panaji on Wednedsay.

     Rajtilak Naik

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