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Mines inspection just an eyewash: Ramesh Gawas

In order to prevent any untoward incidents in monsoon and to give proper guidelines to mining companies, Deputy Collector carried out an inspection at the mining area in Bicholim taluka.But activist Ramesh Gawas says this is just eyewash of the people. Deputy Collector along with WRD, PWD and Police officials visited various mines but activists alleged it was a mere ... Read More »

Cuncolikar’s give 3 months to solve electricity issue

Frustrated over frequent power cuts, locals from Cuncolim went on a Rasta Roko leading to heavy traffic congestion on National Highway 17. The locals have now given 3 months for the issue to be resolved or face mass agitation.It was complete chaos at Nh17 on Saturday morning as locals of Cuncolim staged rastra roko to protest against constant power cut. ... Read More »

Sancoale: Fire destroys electricity department

The complaint section of the Electricity department office at Sancoale was reduced to ashes. All pre-monsoon work equipments have been destroyed.The office caught fire in the wee hours of Saturday. The loss is estimated to be around 2 lakh rupees Please like & share: Read More »

2nd Rape case within a month: Girl robbed, raped, filmed

Three men gangraped a 20-year-old at Sernabatim beach on Thursday night. This is the second such heinous crime that is being reported within a month. Though all 3 accused in the case have been arrested, the dastardly act once again has put our state in a bad light.Ram Bhariya, Sanjeev Pal and Ishwar Makwana all from Indore. They came to ... Read More »

Mining will start after monsoon & GF already knows about it: Shripad

Goa’s union minister Shripad Naik feels that Goa Forward need not put condition of finding solution to mining crisis to remain in the coalition.According to him, they already know that solution would be found and mining would definitely start by next season after monsoon.He claims that Centre is already convinced about the issue. Please like & share: Read More »

As BJP at Centre turns 4, Congress holds multiple yatras

As BJP celebrated 4 years of being in power at the Centre, Goa Congress try to seize a day by carrying out multiple rallies in the state as part of their Jana Gana Mana Naman Tuka Goykara campaign.Congress’ first stop was at Panaji’s fruit and vegetable market. They acquainted themselves with the problems faced by the vendors. The yatra in ... Read More »

Highest SSC pass % in last 5 years, Girls outperform again

For the first time in the last five years, students have crossed the mark of 90 per cent in its real sense. The result of SSC this year is almost 92 per cent. Girls have overscored the boys as usual.But the gap is hardly 124 more this year. And the centre scoring highest percentage of the result is on the ... Read More »

BJP rebuts, says ‘Vijai won’t have to leave’

The Bharatiya Janata Party has given a public reply to their coalition partners – the Goa Forward. It has assured their leader and minister Vijai Sardesai that he need not leave the ruling coalition as mining issues would be resolved soon.On the other hand, the BJP has also started flexing its muscles by planning to start their own Abhiyan of ... Read More »

Panaji to get smart surveillance system

Panaji is going to take another step towards attaining the Smart City status.A smart security system Goa Intelligence City Management System is being installed in the capital city. A tender has been floated.The system will comprise 450 cameras all centrally linked. Please like & share: Read More »

‘Ghoda-Gaadi’ protest against Petrol Price Pinch

The Goa Pradesh Congress Committee on Thursday protested against the boiling fuel prices which have been affecting the lives of the common man. The Congress leaders rode a horse-driven from Congress state headquarters in Panjim to District Collectorate. The opposition has been accusing the government at the Centre and the state of betrayal.Demanding the rollback of fuel price, Congress targeted ... Read More »