News in Pics by Rajtilak Naik - Dec 11

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Pics by Rajtilak Naik in Panaji

December 11, 2007

Fire personnels engaged in fire-fighting operation at Merces where a hut caught fire

Chief minister Digambar Kamat addressing a press conference on the Mhadei issue at Porvorim. Also seen are water resource minister Filip Neri Rodrigues and chief engineer water resources S T Nadkarni

Leader of opposition Manohar Parrikar briefing the media on the ongoing controversy of IT Park at a press conference in Panaji. Also seen are MLA Laxmikant Mandrekar and Subhash Salkar

Lord Meghnad Desai, a member of the house of Lords, UK speaking on 'Indian Modernity' at Kala Academy, Panaji

The IT Habitat Park at Dona Paula was damaged by some unknown persons

Taleigao MLA Atanasio Monserrate at a meeting with the locals on the issue of the IT Habitat Park at Taleigao

Locals blocked the main road at Verem-Betim (4 Kms from Panaji) over the issue of irregural water supply in the area

Television star and Rotarian Mona Singh administering Polio drops to a child at the inauguration of the Rotary Zone Institute at Kala Academy, Panaji. Also seen are RI president Wilfrid Wilkinson and others

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