Wednesday , 26 September 2018

Goa News

2 truckloads of material dispatched to Kerala

PANAJI: Kerala Sangamam, a Panaji-based association of the Kerala community in the state has expressed its solidarity with people who have been affected by the devastating floods in that state. Please like & share: Read More »

Need for change in attitude towards special children: Bapat

BICHOLIM: Engineer Jayant Bapat has urged the people to come forward to donate generously towards special children schools so that these schools can provide better educational facilities to the students. Please like & share: Read More »

Joaquim’s son Yuri inducted into GFP

CUNCOLIM: Yuri Alemao, son of former Cuncolim MLA Joaquim Alemao, was   on Sunday inducted  into the Goa Forward Party, giving  a new dimension to the  politics of the Cuncolim constituency. Please like & share: Read More »

Ruckus at Calangute gram sabha over MLA’s presence

CALANGUTE: Ruckus marred the marathon gram sabha of Calangute panchayat held on Sunday with two groups of villagers nearly coming to blows over the presence of the Calangute MLA Michael Lobo. The gram sabha that started at 10.30 am went on till 7.30 pm with two breaks for lunch and tea. Please like & share: Read More »

Heritage festival in offing in S Goa

CUNCOLIM: Minister for Archaeology Vijai Sardesai announced plans of organising a heritage festival in the state in the month of February. Please like & share: Read More »

Vasco Saptah fair stalls along Swatantra Path removed

VASCO: Mormugao Municipal Council (MMC), on Sunday, saw to it that the Swatantra Path and other inter-connected roads were cleared of all the stalls that were put up for the Vasco Saptah fair. Please like & share: Read More »

CCP nod for Ashtami fair along Campal promenade

PANAJI: The Corporation of City of Panaji (CCP) has decided to allow the traditional Ashtami fair on the footpath from Forest Restaurant Point to Panaji ferry point from September 1 to 14 provided the authorities grant necessary permissions. Please like & share: Read More »

Performance of rural govt schools improving: Goa Board chairman

CURCHOREM: Chairman of Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Ramkrishna Samant said that performance of students from government high schools in rural areas at SSC examination used to be dismal, but it is not the same now. Please like & share: Read More »