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Will not allow govt to inaugurate ‘incomplete’ Mandovi bridge: Cong

SANKHALI: Stating that work of the third Mandovi bridge is not yet completed, Goa Pradesh Congress Committee president Girish Chodankar, on Friday,  said that “we will not allow the government to inaugurate the bridge on January 12,” as it could prove risky to the lives of people. Please like & share: Read More »

Future of Sanvordem students at stake post mining closure

CURCHOREM: The future of many high school and college students residing in the mining areas of Kalay and Sanvordem is at stake due to the stoppage of the transport facility, which was provided to them by mining companies. Please like & share: Read More »

Goa’s fish exports may plunge by 40%

PANAJI: With only a few days left for a stormy fish year to end, fish exporters on Thursday said that they anticipate a 30-40 per cent fall in the state’s marine exports in 2018-19, thanks to the formalin-in-fish controversy.  Please like & share: Read More »

Mining dependants to agitate during PM’s visit on January 12

PONDA: With no sign of the Centre finding a solution to the mining imbroglio in the state, the mining dependants, under the banner of Goa Mining People’s Front (GMPF), have now decided to protest before Prime Minister Narendra Modi when he visits Goa on January 12 to inaugurate the third Mandovi bridge. Please like & share: Read More »

Election Commissioner arriving today

PANAJI: Election Commissioner of India Ashok Lavasa will be arriving on a two-day visit to the state on Friday. He will hold meetings with both District Collectors on December 29 regarding the forthcoming Lok Sabha election and preparatory work related to the Mandrem and Shiroda bypolls. Please like & share: Read More »

Panjimites complain of tasteless mackerels

PANAJI: With the formalin-in-fish row haunting Goans, they are now complaining of the deteriorating quality of mackerels that are available in the Panaji market. Please like & share: Read More »

Many hurdles in the way of S Goa mining corridor

PANAJI: Even as there is no sign of mining activity resuming in Goa, the state government has finalised the proposal for constructing a bypass road for mining traffic, which is known as the mining corridor, in South Goa in two phases from Uguem to Guddemol and Guddemol to Capxem. Please like & share: Read More »