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Cong demands inquiry into state’s bad roads

State Congress on Friday has demanded a time-bound inquiry by Vigilance Department on how roads built in the state in the last six years have been washed away after the first rains.The party has demanded that responsibility be fixed for this. Congress spokesperson Yatish Naik alleged that some roads have been washed away after a month of being hot mixed ... Read More »

Are Konkani speakers declining? No, rising in Konkani states!

Konkani speaking population has increased in Konkani state of Goa as well as other two southern states. That is Karnataka and Kerala. It has reduced only in Maharashtra and few other non-Konkani speaking states.The major chunk of Konkani speakers is concentrated in Goa and Maharashtra. Over 77 per cent. These are the actual findings of the Census conducted in 2011. ... Read More »

Are our roads turning unsafe? 14 deaths in just one month

It was chaos in front of Panaji CCP headquarters on Thursday morning as traffic interceptor vehicle hit into a public car.The accident resulted into a massive traffic jam and altercation on the road. This particular mishap two questions, are the roads of the capital city Panaji too narrow or have they become unsafe for the commuters. The accidents figures released ... Read More »

Burglars strike Datta temple in Sankhli

In a shocking incident, a temple was burgled in Sankhali on Thursday morning. The burglars took away valuable worth around 5 lakh rupees from Datta Mandir.The burglars decamped with silver ornaments and other valuables. When locals and temple office bearers came to know about the incident they informed the police. Please like & share: Read More »

Cabinet reshuffle by Aug end; now focus on Edu, Goa needs good leaders: Parrikar

Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar has admitted that time has come to think about reshuffling the cabinet, in view of some ministers getting out of circulation due to the ailment.But he will think over it only by August end. He also says that his own sickness has brought a turning point in his own life.He is seriously planning to focus more ... Read More »

Don’t worry about mining; no more laws needed for Casinos: CM

There has been a lot of talk on whether there was a need to keep a stricter check on the casinos, have a gaming commission and various other related issues.But now the chief minister has categorically said that there was no need to amend or do anything new as the existing rules were enough to do the needful.Casinos, especially the ... Read More »

‘Agro-challenge’ becomes talking point, Vijai thinks it’s ‘publicity stunt’

The on-going agriculture challenge has become a talking point in the state. Though the young politicians are taking up these challenges,Agriculture Minister Vijai Sardesai begs to differ. When he was asked about his views on this ongoing agro-challenge, he simple rubbished it – calling it a publicity stunt. Please like & share: Read More »

Shooter caught in Panaji

A 42 year old resident of Verna Eloy Gomes was caught by the Panaji police with a unlicensed revolver and 11 live cartridges on Tuesday.Police sources say that he was found moving suspiciously at the KTC bus stand.This is the latest in a spurt of law and order incidents in the state. Please like & share: Read More »

Cong on session: preparing to take on govt on drugs, law and order

The Congress legislature party meeting on Tuesday was a preparation for the upcoming assembly Drugs, law and order and clearance of CRZ draft notification were some of the issues that were on the Congress radar.The Congress has been asking for longer assembly session. Please like & share: Read More »

18 year old killed in Chicalim accident

An 18 year student died on the spot in an accident that took place near Chicalim’s Vidya Mandir school.Eye witnesses say that the two bikes were racing when one rider lost control and hit a road divider. Pillion rider Sohail Khan died on the spot while rider Shabid Shaikh was injuries in the accident. Please like & share: Read More »