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Will demand tickets for both LS constituencies: Mahila Congress

NT NETWORK   PANAJI Goa Pradesh Mahila Congress, on Saturday, said that they will demand tickets from the party to contest Lok Sabha (LS) election, which is scheduled to be held early next year,  from both the constituencies. “The team of Mahila Congress, under the leadership of Pratima Coutinho, is continuously working hard, and we have put life in the ... Read More »

Many frequent Benaulim beach to buy fresh fish

NT NETWORK   BENAULIM Of late the visitors to the popular Benaulim beach have increased.  And, it is because of the fish being sold there by the ramponkars. Every day, the traditional fishermen, who venturing into the sea,  often return with a bountiful catch. The locals are still shying away from buying the fish that is made available at the ... Read More »

Marvelous Miranda helps Sporting bag title

NT NETWORK   Vasco Sporting Clube de Goa were crowned champions of the AWES Cup as they registered a hard fought win over Salgaocar SC in the tournament organised by Association for the Wellbeing of Elder Sportspersons in collaboration with the Sports Authority of Goa (SAG) at Tilak Maidan, Vasco, on Saturday. Clive Miranda’s late goal in the 86th minute ... Read More »

Amogh Desai to lead Goa

NT NETWORK   PORVORIM Amogh Desai will lead the Goa Senior men’s team for the  Vijay Hazare Trophy One Dayers at Bengaluru from  September 19 to October  8 disclosed Goa cricket Association (GCA) secretary Daya Pagi in the presence of former India captain Mohinder Amarnath and GCA acting president Suraj Lotlikar at the GCA academy in Porvorim on Saturday. Goa ... Read More »

St Anthony’s display suprior game play against St Rock’s

NT NETWORK   DRAMAPUR St Anthony’s SC, Assolda thrashed St Rock’s Youth Club, Majorda 4-1 to enter the quarterfinals of St Joseph’s Festival Cup football tournament played at Dramapur grounds on Saturday. St Anthony’s who appeared to be a determined lot, went into lead in the 10th minute when Phezor Gomes, the speedy striker of the Assolda team sped down ... Read More »

Curtorim enter final

NT NETWORK CHANDOR Curtorim Gymkhana entered the finals of 45th Chandor Seamen Trophy football tournament defeating Fr Agnelo Youth SC, Paroda 4-1 played at Chandor grounds on Saturday. The teams played a 1-1 draw during the regulation time, during which spell the Paroda team went into the lead in the 25th minute through a goal by Kanchan Kiro. Curtorim Gymkhana ... Read More »


Bardez Veterans enter  final on high note BENAULIM: Bardez Veterans edged past United Club Fatorda Veterans 4-2 in the tie-breaker to enter the final of the 18th VM Salgaocar Memorial Veterans Soccer Tournament organised by Prime Sports Club and being played at St John the Baptist Ground, Danddo Benaulim. The teams played a goalless draw in regulation time. In the ... Read More »

Powerful typhoon lashes Philippines, killing at least 3

AP   Philippines Typhoon Mangkhut lashed the northern Philippines on Saturday, with its powerful winds and rain setting off landslides and destroying homes, leaving at least three people dead and six missing, as the storm barrelled toward southern China. The most powerful typhoon to hit the disaster-prone Philippines this year slammed ashore before dawn in Cagayan province on the northeastern ... Read More »

G-20 agree on need to reform World Trade Organisation

IANS   MAR DEL PLATA Senior officials of the G-20 nations reached a consensus here on Friday on an initiative to reform the World Trade Organisation (WTO). “It is clear that we all share the idea that it is extremely important to draft proposals so the WTO can be more responsive to the current challenges in trade,” Argentine Foreign Minister ... Read More »

World urged to step up climate action ahead of 2020

IANS SAN FRANCISCO A major global summit ended on Friday in this California city with delegates calling on national governments to join forces to step up climate action ahead of 2020, the year when global greenhouse gases need to peak and fall sharply thereafter to avoid the worst impacts of climate change. The meeting of leaders from states and regions, ... Read More »