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Monsoon is here, get your rainwear out

The monsoon is here at last. As of now it has reached South Goa with Canacona recording the highest rainfall.The monsoon is here at last. As of now it has reached South Goa with Canacona recording the highest rainfall. And within 24 hours it expected to cover the rest of the state Please like & share: Read More »

Reis Magos gang-rape: Pilerne forum demands action against police

Pilerne Citizens Forum has demanded action against Porvorim police station for mishandling and trying to hushup the Reis Magos gang-rape case.The forum also demanded action against an NGO for taking money from the victim’s family and disappearing.The Forum said that they had complained to the Goa governor, SP North and the DGP stating that they had no faith in the ... Read More »

AAP alleges corruption in Sunday power shutdown

AAP filed a complaint with the Anti corruption Bureau against the chief electrical engineer and other officers for keeping the public in darkness for almost 24 hours.They wanted the incident investigated under the prevention of corruption alleging that the shutdown had its basis in monetary transactions. Please like & share: Read More »

Complaint filed over illegal coal uploading: Polln control inspects

Based on a complaint Pollution Control board inspected berth no 7 of the Mormugao Port Trust Port. According to the complaint there was gross violation of norms by Adani Port terminal at berth no 7 of the port.The complaint alleges that there is no Environmental Clearance for MPT at the mooring dolphin, so coal is being unloaded into a barge ... Read More »

Giving extensions to retired employees is injustice to youngsters: AAP

Aam Aadmi Party has questioned the government on discontinuing the services of young LDCs and data entry operators while retired employees are being given innumerable extensions.AAP says an extension given in the Electricity department has deprived a woman from sitting in the chief electrical engineer’s chair. Please like & share: Read More »

Nachinola farmers upset over salt water entering fields

Nachinola farmers are afraid that they will not be able to cultivate their fields this season.And the reason.The sluice gates are damaged due to lack of maintenance.And this has resulted in salt water entering the fields.On Wednesday the local farmers met the local authorities to protest against this against this issue. Please like & share: Read More »

Madkaikar operated after brain stroke, 5th MLA suffering with serious ailment

Power Minister Pandurang Madkaikar suffered a massive brain stroke late on Monday night in Mumbai.He was operated early Tuesday morning at Kokilaben Hospital.He has been kept under observation for 72 hours, only after which his condition would be known. He is the fifth MLA of the current Assembly who has suffered with a major ailment. Please like & share: Read More »

Govt on a roll; PM will solve all problems: Vishwajit

The vexed mining issue will be solved by the prime minister and the health infrastructure in the state is in perfect health, the Health Minister Vishwajit Rane said on Tuesday.Vishwajit also attacked the Congress for criticizing BJP government. The Health Minister was responding to criticism that various MLAs and even the chief minister had to go for treatment out of ... Read More »

Use of plastics needs to be rethought: DMA director

It is time to avoid items of plastics in every day use.These concepts of fashion, convenience and hygiene needs to go for re-think if the problem of non bio-degradable plastic is to be addressed.This is view of Director of Municipal Administration R Menaka. She addressed the World Environment Day function in Panaji. World Environment day was celebrated at Sanskruti Bhavan ... Read More »

Sunday Shutdown: Were people misguided to benefit builder?

Was Sunday’s power shutdown to benefit high and mighty at the expense of common man?It was a dark Sunday for those living in Panaji and surrounding areas.What was said to be 6 am to 6 pm power shutdown, stretched till late night and in places like Ribandar, Chimbel and Vasco suffered till early morning..But was it all for maintenance before ... Read More »