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Angry fisherfolks call for nationwide strike. Here’s why

National Fishworkers forum has declared national wide protest against the CRZ notifications 2018.On Monday, Goenchea Raponkarancho Ekvott submitted a memorandum to CRZ officials.The fishermen say they do not benefit from this amendment and that the government is trying to fool them.Hence they have demanded that the draft amendment to CRZ rules be scrapped. Please like & share: Read More »

Goa’s oldest loyal Congressman Shantaram is no more

Veteran Congress leader Shantaram Naik expired on Saturday early morning with a massive heart attack at his Madgao residence.The three-time MP was one of the oldest loyal Congressman of Goa.He would be cremated on Sunday morning in his Cuncolim village. 72-year old Shantaram had started participating in politics as a student Congressman since the second Assembly election of Goa in ... Read More »

In Malcorne, students sit with umbrellas in the classroom

Government lays so much stress on education but the school infrastructure in the state is crumbling.In Molcornem village of Sanguem taluka, the students are forced to sit under an umbrella as the roof of the primary school is leaking.The locals had brought this to the notice of local MLA and the authorities concerned but nothing has been done till date. ... Read More »

‘Konkani’ Lorna honoured with Lifetime Award at ‘Marathi’ Film Fest

It was a great unification of Konkani and Marathi cultures at the 11th Goa Marathi Film Festival on Friday. Rather a historic moment.The Marathi Film Fest conferred Lifetime Achievement Award on Goa’s nightingale Lorna. The three-day film festival will conclude on Sunday.The whole galaxy of Marathi film industry was on the stage of Kala Academy to inaugurate the three-day film ... Read More »

Sesa workers call off hunger-strike, Govt warns leaseholders

Sesa workers from Bicholim mines have called off their 15-day long hunger strike. The decision was taken after meeting North Goa MP & Union Minister Shripad Naik who assured the workers that mining will begin from October.It could be termed as the victory for the government as they achieved to break a 15-day deadlock. Please like & share: Read More »

Retaining wall of new NH overbridge road collapses in Canacona, traffic diverted

National Highway 17 from Kankon to Karwar got blocked on Friday morning as a retaining wall adjoining the overbridge at Char Rasto collapsed due to rains. But there is no damage to the bridge.The traffic was diverted from other roads till evening. The overbridge and the approach road on the new highway is being constructed by M Venkata Rao Constructions ... Read More »

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 »