Wednesday , 23 January 2019

Goa News

GSPCB unequipped to check units functioning sans consent to operate

NT NETWORK   PANAJI Even as the state government claims to have rolled out a slew of measures to arrest pollution levels from polluting industries, the Goa State Pollution Control Board (GSPCB) has revealed that it has no mechanism in place to check industrial units operating without its mandatory consent to operate. The Board, which is a monitoring agency for ... Read More »

City market: CCP decides to cancel ‘allotment of spaces’

NT NETWORK   PANAJI In an unexpected move, the Corporation of the City of Panaji (CCP), on Monday, decided to cancel the allotment of spaces done at the municipal market till date, and ‘allot fresh numbers only to those who are the rightful claimants.’ Speaking to ‘The Navhind Times,’  the CCP Commissioner Ajit Roy said that “the decision was taken ... Read More »

PM: Centre working on solution to mining issue

MARGAO: Assuring an early solution to the mining imbroglio in the state, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Sunday said that the Centre and the state leadership are working closing to see that mining activity resumes at the earliest in Goa. Please like & share: Read More »

Govt concealed 2 central letters on mining: Cong

PANAJI: The Congress party Sunday claimed that the state government had received two letters from the Centre on mining issue but the Bharatiya Janata Party-led coalition government concealed the letters and ‘fooled’ the people of Goa by stating that mining would resume soon. Please like & share: Read More »

Need for maintaining sand dunes highlighted

BENAULIM: Even as the villagers of several coastal Salcete villages have passed resolutions opposing the CRZ 2018 notification during the gram sabhas of their respective panchayats, the Centre for Responsible Tourism (CRT) held an awareness meet of South Goa people earlier last week in Benaulim. Please like & share: Read More »

Curti-Khandepar locals to protest lack of action by authorities

PONDA: Upset over failure of authorities to curb parking of trucks along the national highway and lack of action against illegally operating truck transport service offices in Curti-Khandepar area, the panchayat has resolved to hold a protest on February 4 demanding strict action against the two issues. Please like & share: Read More »