Panaji: News in Pics by Rajtilak Naik - Feb 9

Pic: Rajtilak Naik
for Daijiworld Media Network - Panaji (AF)

Panaji, Feb 9:

 Fr Antim Gomes of the Mary Immaculate Church here applies ash to devotees on Ash Wednesday

Chief minister Digambar Kamat seen briefing the media soon after the cabinet meeting at Porvorim. Also seen are home minister Ravi Naik, PWD minister Churchill Alemao, health minister Vishwajeet Rane, civil supplies minister Jose Philip and chief secretary J P Singh

Children seen performing at the second children's theatre festival organised by Bal Bhavan in association with the information and publicity department, at the Dinanath Mangueshkar auditorium at Kala Academy here. Around 800 children are participating in the six-day festival

Noted painter Shridhar Kamat Bambolkar seen presenting a portrait of late D D Kosambi to Kosambi's daughter Dr Meera Kosambi during the concluding function of the D D Kosambi Festival of Ideas at the Dinanath Mangueshkar auditorium at Kala Academy here

Mathematical physicist Dr Viveck Monteiro seen delivering his lecture during the D D Kosambi feestival of ideas in the Dinanath Mangueshkar auditorium at Kala Academy here

World marathon champion from Portugal, Rosa Mota during the 'Run for Excellence' marathon here on Friday February 8

Transport minister Pandurang Madkaikar seen briefing the media on the implementation of the speed governors in the state during a press conference at Porvorim. Also seen are secretary of transport Rajiv Yadhuvanshi, director of transport Sandeep Jaques and SP traffic Arvind Gawas

Locals in Bhatulem beating the chill that has gripped the city. Goa experienced the lowest temperature of 14 degrees in the last 63 years

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