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Customers worried about RBI embargo on Mapusa urban bank: Natekar

NT NETWORK   MAPUSA The chairman of Mapusa Urban Cooperative Bank of Goa Ltd Gurudas Natekar said that the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) which imposed an embargo on restricting withdrawals to a limit of upto Rs 1,000 have left customers worried. Natekar said that he will be meeting RBI officials to get more clarification on the restrictions imposed. While ... Read More »

Central govt official briefed on MPT projects under Sagarmala Scheme

NT NETWORK VASCO The joint secretary (Sagarmala), Ministry of Shipping Kailash Agarwal visited the Mormugao Port Trust (MPT) on Tuesday and took stock of the various projects which are in the pipeline. Agarwal was welcomed by MPT chairman I Jeyakumar. This was his first visit to the MPT. MPT chairman Jeyakumar, deputy chairman G P Rai, heads of departments and ... Read More »

Survey to take stock of hazardous industrial waste

NT NETWORK   PANAJI The Goa Waste Management Corporation has appointed an environmental consultancy firm – Paradigm Environmental Strategies Private Limited – for preparing an inventory of hazardous wastes generated by industrial units in the state. A survey will soon begin involving engineers of the Goa State Pollution Control Board and experts in the field of waste management to ascertain ... Read More »

State BJP leaders’ meet with Shah cancelled

NT NETWORK   PANAJI The meeting between the members of the state core committee of the Bharatiya Janata Party and BJP national president Amit Shah in New Delhi scheduled for Thursday has been called off. The meeting was supposed to discuss the possibility of ‘alternative arrangement’ to run the state government in the absence of Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar, who ... Read More »

Surla bar owners move panchayat directorate

NT NETWORK   PANAJI Moving fast after filing a writ petition before the High Court of Bombay at Goa, the Surla village bar owners on Thursday approached the directorate of panchayat on Thursday, praying for setting aside the revocation order of NOCs to their establishments. In the appeal made to the directorate under Section 178 of the Goa Panchayat Raj ... Read More »

Panel reconstituted to review work on tourism master plan

NT NETWORK   PANAJI The state government on Thursday reconstituted the evaluation committee to review and evaluate the preparation of tourism master plan and tourism policy for Goa by M/s KPMG Advisory Services Pvt Ltd, the consultant appointed by the government for the said work. The committee will be headed by tourism secretary as the chairman, and tourism director will ... Read More »

A new journey: KTC moves towards cashless travelling

NT NETWORK PANAJI Moving towards cashless travelling, the Kadamba Transport Corporation Limited will replicate ‘London model’ in the state offering passengers contactless card payments. Under the model, passengers will be able to buy tickets by swiping a RFID card through card readers operated on radio-frequency identification technology. These card readers will be carried by conductors on select routes. The corporation ... Read More »

Brawl brings to light Valpoi’s parking woes

VALPOI: A fight that broke out over the parking of a vehicle allegedly at the entrance of a house in Valpoi town has brought back into focus the need to provide parking space for the ever-growing vehicular population. Please like & share: Read More »

VALPOI: A fight that broke out over the parking of a vehicle allegedly at the entrance of a house in Valpoi town has brought back into focus the need to provide parking space for the ever-growing vehicular population. Please like & share: Read More »

CM is in good health: Vinay

PANAJI: The state unit of the Bharatiya Janata Party as well as the office of the Chief Minister maintained that Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar scheduled to leave for New York on Wednesday night will return in seven  to eight days and will be running the state administration himself from the US. Please like & share: Read More »