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Benaulim villagers object to proposed budget

BENAULIM: The budget proposal for the year 2019-20 put up by the Benaulim village panchayat on Sunday which was objected by villagers who took exception to the method of collection of fees mainly house tax that they insisted should have increased every year. Please like & share: Read More »

BJP kicks off poll campaign in S Goa

VASCO: The South Goa Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) campaign chief Mauvin Godinho on Sunday called upon party workers to become ambassadors of South Goa BJP candidate Narendra Sawaikar and make people understand why they have to vote for the BJP. Please like & share: Read More »

Sardinha addresses party workers at Curchorem

CURCHOREM: As part of the election campaign of Congress, the South Goa MP candidate Francisco Sardinha held a meeting with party workers of Curchorem constituency at the party office on Sunday. Please like & share: Read More »

A brush with spirituality

CHRISTINE MACHADO | NT BUZZ As the holy season of Lent is being observed by Christians everywhere, there are various activities being organised to help people ponder on the Passion of Christ. Please like & share: Read More »

Parrikar’s sons talk about continuing his legacy

PANAJI: Indicating keenness to follow their illustrious father’s footsteps in social life, Utpal and Abhijat, the sons of former chief minister Manohar Parrikar in a thanksgiving note on Saturday said, “We will honour his life by continuing his legacy of service and dedication to the state and the nation.” Please like & share: Read More »

MGP may not walk out of BJP-led alliance

SOIRU VELIP | NT PANAJI: Despite the luring away of two of its three MLAs by the BJP, the MGP leadership is still hoping to stay on with the BJP. Please like & share: Read More »

Tar balls resurface on South Goa beaches

BENAULIM : Tar balls have started repapering on South Goa beaches between Benaulim to Colva, leaving tourists complaining of sticky, oily residue. Please like & share: Read More »