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Don Bosco College of Engineering incubator fires up local startup scene

By Serilda Coutinho A new incubator for startups launched at the Don Bosco College of Engineering, Fatorda, recently. The Forum for Innovation, Incubation, Research and Entrepreneurship (FiiRE) unveiled at the college recently with an incubation program of one year duration and monthly milestone checks to keep a track on the progress made by the startups. Please like & share: Read More »

ICAR-CCARI educates farmers on improving productivity

About 100 farmers of the tribal community attended The ICAR-CCARI, old Goa, scheduled tribe component program at Shantadurga Mandap, Cuncoliem village, Ponda, recently. Please like & share: Read More »

Petrol and diesel at affordable best in Goa

After fuel prices came down by about 15 per cent over the last six months, consumers in the state are hoping the down trend continues. Currently petrol sells at about Rs 61.25 per litre and diesel at Rs 61.97 per liter. It is a huge relief for consumers who battled high fuel prices for most part of 2018. The softening ... Read More »

Wings of Joy winner drives home with Brio

Automobile lucky draw schemes are an exciting part of festive season celebrations. So it is great to hear of Aggasaim resident, Godfrey Gracias, customer, Goa Rajee Honda driving away with a Honda Brio car as lucky winner of Wings of Joy scheme on December 22 2018. Please like & share: Read More »

From child artiste to a class act – Shenaya Pereira

J P Pereira Having received an award for best child singer at the age of 6, in the tiatr titled ‘Chuddet’ (meaning a palm leaf) by Augie D’Mello, Shenaya Pereira has come a long way. Director Augie had watched her perform in a drama staged in her village in the year was 2007, and thus a star was born. Please ... Read More »

Strolling through history

With the majestic Raj Bhavan in Dona Paula opening its doors to visitors, NT BUZZ got onboard the first tour of the sprawling land that abounds in history Please like & share: Read More »

Celebrating Three Kings of the Orient

Goa celebrates the Feast of Epiphany, also known as the Feast of the Three Kings today. It is an important feast for the villagers of Chandor, Cuelim-Cansaulim-Arrosim and Reis Magos, as much as it is for the families of young boys who re-enact the story. NT BUZZ gets you the details Please like & share: Read More »