Monday , 20 May 2019

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CM warns of action against mining firms not cooperating

If the mining firms fail to co-operate with the panel probing financial transactions to ascertain the loss caused to the state exchequer, the state government will initiate criminal proceedings against them, chief minister Manohar Parrikar has said. Read More »

Black money: 627 names submitted to SC

The central government submitted the names of all illegal foreign bank account holders to the Supreme Court on Wednesday following its directive on Tuesday to submit all the names who hold accounts in foreign banks. Read More »

Air India flights fail to arrive

The Air India flights that were supposed to bring pilgrims from Jeddah to Goa on Sunday and Monday failed to return. Their relatives who came to receive them are a worried lot and are camping at the dabolim airport for the two or three days. Read More »

3 foreign tourists drown as raft capsizes in River Sal

Three women, said to be foreign tourists , perished when their rented raft capsized in the River Sal, while sailing from Mobor to Cutbona amd Canaguinim. A total of 14 foreign tourists, including children, were on board the raft, which was around 40 meters away from shore, when tragedy struck. Read More »

Workers submit memorandum of demands to CM

The Goa Recruitment and Employment Employees Union on Monday submitted a memorandum of demands to chief minister Manohar Parrikar demanding urgent redressal of their long pending demands Read More »

Water accumulation at Fatorda district hospital site poses health hazard

The water that has accumulated  at the  site of a new under-construction district hospital in Fatorda, Margao has become a fertile breeding ground for mosquitoes and therefore a source of diseases  to people of the area.  The local legislator visited the site on Friday and directed the contractor and sewerage engineer to  pump out the water immediately. Read More »

Locals from Ramnathi, Kavlem, Bandoda up in arms against Sanathan ashram

locals from ramnathi, varbhat, and bokarbhag in kavlem and bandoda villages are up in arms against the sanathan ashram in ramnathi as the people from the ashram  lodged a complaint on Thursday with ponda police against  some local boys stating that they beat up some sanathan workers. Read More »

Govt committed to provide better power facilities to people: Milind

Power Minister Milind Naik has said that the state government is committed to provide better services and infrastructure facilities to the people and added that he has a vision to make the whole state free from power fluctuations and disruptions by laying underground cabling of 11 KV in another 4 to 5 years time at an estimated cost of Rs ... Read More »