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Why Goan Pao Is Losing Taste

For centuries ‘pao’ has been an essential food item on the dining table of Goans. Goans are virtually addicted to it and cannot do without it, be it breakfast, lunch or dinner. But in recent years the taste and texture of pao have changed, thanks to the new class of bakers giving up the traditional method of baking and using ... Read More »

More Money In Less Space

Every day hoards of new currency are being seized across the country and Goa is no exception. The law enforcing authorities have seized around Rs 3 crore mostly in new currency in different parts of the state. Please like & share: Read More »

A Sound Strategy For Job Creation

Employment generation has been problematic for all the previous governments, and the case was no different for the government of Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar. However, he has promised again that if his party is voted to power it would work towards employment generation. Please like & share: Read More »

Obstacles In The Path Of Cashless Economy

Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar’s plan of making Goa cashless as a resolve toward fulfilling Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s dream may have to overcome several problems. One of the major problems is poor connectivity. Please like & share: Read More »

Four Scenarios Of Dhavalikar Brothers

The removal of the Dhavalikar brothers by Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar from his ministry perhaps does not yet mean rupture in the BJP-MGP alliance. Please like & share: Read More »

Developing Goa As An Educational Hub

Notwithstanding opposition from some locals, the state government has decided to have an Indian Institute of Technology in an area of 120 hectares at Loliem, Canacona. Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar emphasizes the decision is in the interest of Goan youth. The opponents give a variety of reasons why IIT should not be set up on the site: it is an ... Read More »

Why Goa’s Panchayats Are Financially Weak

As many as 110 of 190 panchayats in the state are classified as “financially weak.” They survive on special grants from the state government as the revenue generated by them is inadequate. The revenue of a number of panchayats is less than Rs 40 lakh, which leaves them little after paying staff salaries for any developmental work. There are 12 ... Read More »

Positions Of Stars On Sudin Dhavlikar’s Horoscope

ALL does not seem to be well between the two allies of Goa’s ruling coalition, the BJP and MGP. The MGP has demanded removal of Laxmikant Parsekar as BJP legislature party leader for continuance of the alliance for the 2017 Assembly elections. Political observers see the demand as an excuse for the MGP to come out of the alliance. People ... Read More »

RBI Blames People For Cash Shortage!

INSTEAD of admitting its own idiocy for the cash shortage, the Reserve Bank of India is blaming common people who have been bearing the brunt of it. If people are keeping more 100- and 50-rupee notes with themselves than they had before November 8 it is the RBI that is grossly responsible for this, not the people. First the old ... Read More »

Sad Story Of Junta House

FOR nearly six months members of the public, students and the employees, including those physically challenged, working in various departments housed in the six-floor Junta House at Panaji have been suffering inconvenience as the lift in its ‘A’ wing has been dysfunctional. The Public Works Department does not have Rs 5 lakh to repair the lift! Rather than seeking to ... Read More »

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