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More than half of Goans buy costly vehicles

Most of the Goans are posh people. Because more than half of Goenkar buy costly two-wheelers and also costly four-wheelers. The number of people buying low cost private vehicles is not even two per cent. And Goa has 90 per cent private vehicles and only 10 per cent public transport vehicles. These are the findings of the Economic Survey released ... Read More »

Britisher caught selling drugs through sugar cubes

The Goa police has unearthed an unique modus operandi of selling drugs in Goa. Pour few drops of LSD liquid in sugar cubes and sell it at music parties. This method came to light when the Anti Narcotic Cell arrested a British national, along with two more Indian drug peddlers. Police suspect it to be international drug racket. Please like ... Read More »

Rebel Daji gheraos MMC CO, targets BJP MLA Carlos

Chairperson of Mormugao Municipal Council Deepak Naik has demanded that Vasco Police should arrest Krishna Salkar and others for abusing and threatening Chief Officer of the municipality on Friday. Chief officer Deepali Naik has lodged a complaint against Salkar and his associates who barged into her office and questioned her for removing their kiosks. Please like & share: Read More »

Michael elected Dy Speaker, Churchill again abstains

Bharatiya Janata Party alliance’s Michael Lobo beat Congress’s Isidore Fernandes by 21 votes to 15 in the deputy speaker election. Congress’s St Andre MLA Francis Silveira reached the assembly late for the vote. Please like & share: Read More »

Congress slams, coalition partners welcome Parrikar’s budget

The opposition Congress has slammed the budget of chief minister Manohar Parrikar as hollow promises with nothing new in it. According to CLP leader Babu Kavalekar, it’s prepared to keep the MLAs happy who could not be accommodated in the Parrikar’s cabinet. Please like & share: Read More »

Eyeing on additional GST revenue, Parrikar presents revenue surplus budget

Goenkar will have to now pay 15 per cent more on petrol with Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar rolling back on his policy of no VAT on petrol that he had put in place when he had taken over in 2012. While presenting a surplus revenue budget, he floated a VRS scheme for lethargic government servants with a major focus on ... Read More »

Cong-MGP-GF over Common Minimum Programme

Repealing the Investment Promotion Board, discontinuing casinos, stopping nationalisation of rivers are the major issues not spelt out in the Governor’s Address. It was supposed to be a broad outline of the Common Minimum Programme. Please like & share: Read More »

Michael v/s Isidore for Dy Speaker

Calangute BJP MLA Michael Lobo filed his nomination for the deputy speaker’s position from the BJP-led coalition before the legislature secretary NB Subhedar on Thursday morning. His opponent in Friday’s election will be opposition-backed candidate Congress Canacona MLA Isidore Fernandes. Please like & share: Read More »

Goa’s growth rate dips down further, tourism up

The Economic survey tabled in the goa legislative Assembly on Thursday by chief minister Manohar Parrikar has shown a Gross State Domestic Product growth rate of 8.41 % in the financial year 2015 -16. This is a decline of 1.23 % from 2014-15growth.But the Overall State revenue has grown by almost 14%. Please like & share: Read More »

Governor speaks for Goenkarponn, minorities & communal harmony

The new coalition government led by Manohar Parrikar has finally spelt out its Common Minimum Programme. Its priority is to amend agricultural tenancy act. Goa Forward has gained quite a bit as their agenda of Goenkarponn, protecting rights of minorities and maintaining communal harmony has figured prominently in the Governor’s Address. The opposition Congress tried to shout down and then ... Read More »

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