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Bureaucracy in Delhi was once again in the crossfire when the Arvind Kejriwal government "sent back" two top officials appointed by Lt Governor Najeeb Jung, further escalating the turf war between the two power centres. Amid efforts to gain control over the city’s anti-corruption branch (ACB), the Delhi government asked Joint Commissioner of Delhi Police MK Meena, who Jung had appointed as ACB chief, to report back to Delhi Police. Not just that, the AAP government also transferred Delhi’s Home Secretary Dharam Pal, hours after he signed a notification appointing Meena as ACB’s chief. Mukesh Kumar Meena (left) was appointed ACB chief by L-G Najeeb Jung (right).


The move came in the wake of the parallel fight between Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Najeeb Jung even as the government braved all round criticism following arrest of Delhi Law Minister Jitender Singh Tomar. In what could further escalate the friction between bureaucracy and political leadership in Delhi, the government not only transferred the Delhi home secretary but also ‘relieved’ him from the services of Delhi government. Dharampal, a 1988-batch IAS officer, was asked to report to the Union home ministry, a move which experts said fell outside the purview of the city government. Dharampal’s transfer order was also sent to the Lieutenant Governor, who immediately declared the decision as null and void.


The conflict regarding authority over the bureaucracy has been the biggest cause of confrontation between the AAP government and the LG. Earlier on May 6 the AAP government had issued a show cause notice to Dharampal and chief secretary KK Sharma for not routing the files pertaining to transfer of Delhi Police officers through the CM’s office. Earlier, the IAS officers’ association had passed a resolution against the ‘humiliation’ meted out by the AAP government to senior officers, following which the government had softened its stand regarding the bureaucrats. Jung had on Monday appointed Meena superseding Kejriwal’s hand-picked officer SS Yadav. The AAP government had reacted sharply to the decision.


Earlier, an additional commissioner-level officer used to head ACB but the LG on Monday elevated the rank of head of the probe agency from additional commissioner to joint commissioner. "I am performing my duty as per law. If the government has any objection, it can refer to the Lieutenant Governor for clarification," Meena said. Meena is currently serving as the joint commissioner of New Delhi range and the LG’s order said he has been given additional charge of ACB. On Tuesday morning, the AAP government refused to allow Meena to take charge and asked him to report to the Delhi Police.


The government said there was no post of joint commissioner in the anti-corruption branch and hence Meena could not be allowed to take charge. Meena, however, said he will comply with the LG’s order and would continue looking after the responsibility. Share Meanwhile, officials claimed the Delhi government has no power to repatriate any IAS officer working within its jurisdiction as such a decision can only be taken by an authority headed by the Union home secretary. A senior official said the city government does not have any power to unilaterally take such a decision. "Allocation and repatriation of IAS officers belonging to AGMUT cadre are done by the Joint Cadre Authority (JCA) of AGMUT cadre," the official said. The JCA comprises chief secretaries of Delhi, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram and Goa while Union home secretary heads it. It allocates IAS officers to any of the state or a Union Territory after examining the services of IAS officers and as per the requests and demands of each of the administration. A state government can transfer the IAS officers belonging to AGMUT within its administration or give insignificant posts but has no power to repatriate unilaterally, the official said.


The walls are wide and have numerous gun ports and murder holes. At each corner of the fort is a ramp like stair that leads to the ramparts. The fort has a well and a three room living quarters, a small chapel. Looking at this fact, you feel like you are at a small bungalow with in-house well for water and a small worship spot! Such places make Goa a marvel o explore indeed! The fort has the distinction of being one of the only two inland that are surviving. Portuguese built the fort with pitted laterite stones. The only cable suspension bridge in Goa connects Corjuem with Aldona . Shivaji built the Nanuz fort in the 17th century and it is in the Sattari taluka of North Goa.


The fort today is mostly in ruins and although it is small in size, draws many tourists. A not much known man Dipaji Rane once captured the fort to use it as military base during the time of early revolts in Goa. He conducted raids in Bardez and Tiswadi. Call it an extension of the larger Aguada fort situated above it. Sinquerim covers a wider area and is guarded by fortified walls on both sides. This fort was constructed in the year 1612 and was the anchor point of passing ships during the 16th and 17th Centuries. It was a stopover for replenishing fuel and food supplies. The Sinquerim and Aguada fort are surrounded by a host of activities, snacks vendors and shopping outlets to make your visit happy both in sunshine and rains. Travel by tourism buses for 18kms to reach Aguada’s bottom Sinquerim.


On the right hand side of the fort is the Taj Holiday Village resort, which is well known amongst tourists. In the distance one can see the Candolim beach. The Taj holiday resort is nearby. You find many tour operators here who conduct waters port activities such as jet ski rides, paragliding and dolphin tours. On the left hand side of the bastion is a fortified wall and rocky outcroppings. St Estevam is an Island in Ilhas, Goa, India. St Estevam is known also ‘Juvem’ and in the past was known as ‘Shakecho Juvo’ - the isle of vegetables - known for its long, seven-ridged, light green ladyfingers.


Therefore the people of Juvem came to be nicknamed ‘bhende’. The fort is on a hillock on this island built in September 1668. It was named the fort of St Francis Xavier, hence, also the fort of Jua. A flight of rough steps takes you to the fort from the St. Estevam village. The fort is small and light to look at. Open, unlike forts are, not as much of fortification as expected, it has a great view of the river and opposite land. It has an impressive shrine to Christ the King. In 2011 the fort was restored by a non-profit organization called The Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH). It is said that Rama and Sita stayed at the Cabo de Rama, one of the forts in South Goa during their 14-year exile from Ayodhya, now in Canacona Taluk.


With the Portuguese invasion following, the Church of Santo Antonio was built. Canacona is in southern Goa at a distance of 30 kms from Margao. The fort also served as a prison for political prisoners during the Portuguese rule. The fort has all structures of a safehouse used to sustain a living. People still come to pray at the Chapel inside it. It also has a small grotto with a statue of the Virgin Mary. The fort has all evidence of life, moat, hot and cold water spring, large water tank storage. There are ruins of buildings that may have been used are quarters for the troops stationed at the fort.


Among the forts in South Goa, Rachel is located on the left bank of Zuari River and comprises of the Rachol Seminary. It was built of laterite stones, in 1520 and Portuguese protected it by over 100 guns. Unfortunately, the gateway is the only thing standing today. Mormugao, in the list of forts in Goa also tells the story of Portuguese fortitude in the face of enemy attacks. Interesting part is, these forts are so capably fortified, yet are small enough to be called bungalows with all the amenities required for a safe and protected refuge. This fort lies on the western coast of Goa, and at one time it contained three magazines, a chapel, five prisons and huge bulwarks.


There were two beautiful fountains within the fort area- The Fonte de Malabar kept the royal arms and was said to bob up from a gold mine. Fonte de Santo Ignacio had a more modest beginning, in a Sulphur mine. It offers a magnificent view of the Varca beach. However, given its minimal structure, it is said these defense mechanisms proved futile against the Maratha warriors, which eventually led to its abandonment. The chapel and the fort wall are the only remnants available. It is at the northwestern point of Salcette and guards the entrance to the port of Vasco. This, ofcourse would remind readers of Vasco da Gama! It was in 1624 that the construction of the Marmagoa Fort was started, and later the Portuguese Viceroy even moved to the fort.


Tourists across the globe can explore the beauty of Goa beaches on a holiday in Goa. The tour is ideal for those who wish to visit Goa on their honeymoon. It is an ideal leisure vacation too. There are several beaches in Goa that have an alluring appeal. They draw the attention of several vacationers. Some of the best beaches in Goa are Baga, Dona Paula, Anjuma, Palolem, Chapora, Calangute, Colva and Benaulim. Every beach is popular for one or the other activity. Baga is a very popular Goan beach. This small beach is situated between Colva and Calangute. It is a picturesque beach where you can have a good time with your friends, family or spouse.


This allows you to embark on different water sport activities too. The nightlife of Baga is considered as the liveliest in the area. Calangute beach, also called the 'the Queen of Beaches', is thronged by maximum number of tourists every year. It is immensely beautiful. People coming here from all parts of the globe are charmed by its beauty. It also offers several facilities for indulging in water sports. You must have certainly heard the name Colva beach, irrespective of the fact whether you have been to Goa or not. It is loved most by every tourist taking the Goa beaches tour.


It is a clam beach with serene waters. Love flows in the aura here. Since it is not very crowded, most of the vacationers prefer to spend time here. It is very safe to swim. Dona Paula is well-known for seaside shopping, barbeque snacks and sunbathing. Water sports including water scooter ride, motorboat ride, skibob, water skiing, wind surfing, parasailing and snorkeling are the major attractions for tourists at Dona Paula. Palolem is undoubtedly an ideal beach of Goa. The sight of its pure white sand in front of the blue bay is simply amazing. It houses a large number of dolphins. Anjuma is popular for its trance parties. It is widely known as world's freak capital. It is very crowded around the Christmas and the New Year, when tourists fly to Goa to enjoy the beach parties. Some lesser known Goa beaches are Varca, Bogmalo, Miramar, Mabor and Vagator. These beaches are also preferred destinations among the honeymooners, vacationers, nature lovers, holiday makers, beach lovers and tourists.


Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar, who was sent a notice by Election Commission for allegedly "abetting the offence of bribery during electoral process" in Goa has puportedly told the poll panel that his words were wrongly translated, informed sources said. On January 29, while addressing a gathering in North Goa, Parrikar said: "…Now also someone will give you Rs 1,000… We give Rs 1,500 every month. Parrikar was speaking in Konkani language, and was reported by the District Electoral Officer of North Goa. Informed sources in the poll panel said Parrikar in his reply said what he meant to say was changed due to incorrect translation from Konkani to English. The EC is "examining" Parrikar’s reply and would decide further action in due time, the source said. Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter.


Located on the India's south west coast, Goa is synonymous with partying and beach holidays, but also has an array of other sights and experiences for travellers. Goa has more than 20 delightful stretches of white sand beach down its 101km long coastline, some of which are crowded year round with holidaymakers, while others present secluded palm-fringed paradises for those seeking a quieter break. Every type of traveller and size of wallet is catered for and accommodation along the coast ranges from five star hotels to palm-leaf shacks. Goa is now India's richest state and has seen a huge influx from neighbouring areas in recent years. Calangute and Baga in northern Goa are heavily developed resorts and full of the usual tourist amenities, the south offers simpler and more peaceful resorts like Colva and Benaulim, while partygoers head to Anjuna, Vagator, and Chapora.


The Portuguese influence is widespread and food in Goa is a delicious blend of meat and fish cooked with Indian spices in a way unique to the region. Alcohol is freely available in the state and Goa produces large quantities of rice and coconuts, which feature in many of the dishes. The ruins of the former Portuguese capital at Old Goa are a key tourist attraction, with an exotic mix of European and Indian architecture and a number of quaint churches and cathedrals. The influence of early Portuguese merchants can also be seen at the ruins of Fort Aguada in north Goa and the Bom Jesus Basilica, which houses the mortal remains of St Francis Xavier.


Goa has a number of charming market towns, as well as the bustling state capital Panaji. Vasco-de-Gama, the largest town in the state, has some interesting colonial and native architecture, while the town of Anjuna has a popular weekly flea market. Other towns of interest include Margao, Marmagao, and Mapusa. The state is dotted with ornate and colourful Hindu temples and holds a number of lavish annual Hindu and Christian celebrations. As India's smallest state, Goa represents a manageable slice of the vast country and has just 1.4 million inhabitants. Inland visitors can walk in the Western Ghats range of mountains, a world biodiversity hotspot, visit numerous estuaries and river valleys, and a number of small islands. Its tropical jungles in the east of the state are home to bright birds, wild boars and the region has a large snake population.


The Salim Ali Bird sanctuary is particularly interesting, with its exotic mynas and parrots. Visitors to Goa generally arrive by air or travel to the state from the Indian capital Mumbai. The Konkan Railway line, built during the 1990s, runs parallel to the coast between Mumbai and Goa. Once in the state, public transport largely consists of buses, unmetered taxis, auto rickshaws and the state's unique yellow-and-black motorcycle taxis. Goa's official language is Konkani, but many Indians speak English and travellers will not struggle to get around the more heavily populated areas. The country has a warm and humid climate for most of the year, with temperatures hottest in May and a cooler spell between December and February. The annual monsoon season starts in early June and runs to late September.


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