Friday , 18 January 2019

Goa News

Cong says it was pre-planned, government-sponsored attack

PANAJI: The Congress on Saturday said the attack on the Mahila Congress and party workers on Friday was “pre-planned” and “sponsored” by the government. The Congress also charged the police of being an “accomplice” in the attack on its workers. Please like & share: Read More »

Rahul hits out at PM over attack on Congress workers 

PANAJI: Hitting out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the attack on  Congress workers in the state  by BJP leaders and karyakartas, all India Congress committee  president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday said that democracy ‘frustrates’ the BJP. Please like & share: Read More »

Cong workers stooped to ‘goondaism’: BJP

PANAJI: Alleging that the Congress attacked its peaceful morcha in front of the Congress House on Friday, the Bharatiya Janata Party on Saturday said  the memorandum presented to the police by the Congress party on Saturday is full of lies. Please like & share: Read More »

Bengaluru firm to handle Goa’s non-biodegradable dry waste

PANAJI: The Goa Waste Management Corporation has chosen the Bengaluru-based Zonta Infratech Pvt Ltd as the contractor for collecting and transporting segregated non-biodegradable dry waste in  Goa for five years for an amount of Rs 28.89 crore. Please like & share: Read More »

70 Sonshi kids out of school after mining closure

PANAJI: The mines, minerals & People (mm&P), an alliance of individuals, institutions and communities concerned and affected by mining, on Saturday claimed that the mining closure in Goa has severely affected the education of children in villages  in  the mining belt, and that in the Sonshi village itself over  70 children have not been able to attend their schools. Please ... Read More »

New Khandepar bridge opens for public

PONDA: Union Minister of State for Transport and Highways, Shipping, Chemicals and Fertilizer Mansukh Mandaviya, on Saturday, inaugurated the new Khandepar bridge. Please like & share: Read More »

GFP livid over no-trust motion against Curti sarpanch

PANAJI: A day after the no confidence motion was moved against sarpanch of Curti–Khandepar Santan Fernandes, the Goa Forward Party (GFP), on Saturday, warned that if Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party continues to make attempts to destabilise the panchayat ruled by the party supported panel, it will have an impact on the coalition government. Please like & share: Read More »