NEW DELHI: The Wage Boards for Working Journalists and Non-Journalists and other newspaper employees submitted their recommendations to the government Friday recommending 2.5 to 3 times hike in basic pay and fixing the retirement age at 65.Read More »
PANAJI: The state government, in all probability will start coaching classes for preparing the Goan students to face examinations pertaining to Indian civil services, from January, next year. Presently, no such classes exist in the state.Read More »
PANAJI: The Chief Minister, Mr Digambar Kamat released new survey plans for Tiswadi taluka including Panaji city at a function held in the city on Thursday. Revenue Minister, Mr Jose Philip D’ Souza also graced the occasion.Read More »
PANAJI: The Directorate of Museums will celebrate the Museum Week 2011 from January 3 to 7. The week will be inaugurated by Mr Ramakant Khalap, chairperson of Goa State Law Commission and ex-Union minister for law on January 3 at 11 a.m.Read More »
PANAJI: 2010 proved to be a year with more ‘downs’ than ‘ups’ for the state police.
The big blow came in the form of a video tape uploaded on ‘Youtube’ which exposed alleged links between drug dealers and personnel who had served in the Anti-Narcotics Cell.
PANAJI: The principal of Kamaxi Homeopathic College and Hospital, Dr Arvind Kothe, said that educational institutions should focus on development of students with a caring attitude.Read More »
PANAJI: The government has approved a scheme for soft loan to the grant-in-aid/ non grant-in-aid institutions of higher education as well as professional education institutions in the state, for maintenance and upgradation of their infrastructure facilities.Read More »
PANAJI: The state government is all set to appoint a technical consultant for the proposed Mopa international airport, a Greenfield project, by January 20, 2011.Read More »
PANAJI: Mr Atanasio Monserrate, who controls the Corporation of the City of Panjim, is gearing up for election with the promise of fielding new faces.Read More »