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State panel calls on Tomar over resumption of mining

NT NETWORK   PANAJI/CURCHOREM A delegation representing the Goa Mining People’s Front met Union Mines Minister Narendra Singh Tomar in New Delhi on Tuesday urging him to take measures for restarting mining activities in Goa at the earliest so as to protect the livelihood of Goans especially the mining dependent people. Tomar told the delegation that the state government should ... Read More »

Civil engineers call for revamping of PWD manual

NT NETWORK   PANAJI Civil engineers in Goa are asking for a revamp of public works department (PWD) manual to strengthen construction in the state as a whole. Calling for revision of PWD manual, industrialist Anil Counto, on Tuesday said, “Technology in construction has changed but it is not incorporated in the PWD manual, affecting the quality of works.” Counto, ... Read More »

Congress asks Goans to avoid eating fish till govt comes clean on ‘formalin in fish’ row

NT NETWORK   PANAJI The Congress party, on Monday, asked the Goans to avoid eating fish till the government comes clean on the ongoing ‘formalin-in-fish’ row. The party urged the people not to ‘trust’ FDA’s reports over the fish samples drawn from Margao, and Panaji fish markets last week as they were ‘confusing’. The samples which were tested on the ... Read More »

Doctor’s ‘experiment’ shows harmful effects of formalin

NT NETWORK   MARGAO Conducting an ‘experiment’ to  demonstrate  the harmful effects   of     formalin use on human beings,  Dr  Shankar  Nadkarni on  Monday  said  that  it is high  time that  a legal course  was taken on the formalin-in-fish row. He said that Goans must take a call on  eating  chemical-laced fish. Addressing  media persons in  the city,  Dr Nadkarni, a ... Read More »


Ponjekars have no truck with fish NT NETWORK PANAJI Fish vendors in the city have been left holding the baby, as   Goans in the last two days are shying away from buying  fish after the FDA blew hot and cold over the presence of formalin in the fish brought into Goa  from  other states. The formalin-in-fish row has severely affected ... Read More »

Burglars decamp with mobiles worth Rs 26 lakh from Vasco shop

NT NETWORK   VASCO In a major burglary which took place on the midnight of Sunday, some unknown culprits effected entry into a Sumsung M-Zone mobile shop near Mundvel- Vaddem in Vasco and decamped with branded mobile handsets, sports watches worth Rs 26 lakh. As per available information from Vasco PI Nolasco Raposo, the incident reported during the intervening night ... Read More »

CM lays stress on employment generation

NT NETWORK PANAJI Stating that his government is fervently pursuing employment generation in Goa, including creation of jobs in the government sector, Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar on Monday said that through the recently launched Goa information technology policy and soon to be released Goa industrial policy, at least 4,000 to 5,000 jobs would be created in the state private sector ... Read More »

Mining dependants stage protest march

NT NETWORK   SANKHALI More than 500 mining and allied industries dependants, on Monday, hold a massive protest march from Amona to Sankhali, and submitted a memorandum to the Sankhali MLA Dr Pramod Sawant at Ravindra Bhavan gate demanding restarting of the mining industry without any further delay. There is fear among the people that allied mining industries may shutdown ... Read More »


France was crowned FIFA World Cup champions for the second time in 20 years after they defeated Croatia 4-2 at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow on Sunday Please like & share: Read More »

Paper bag unit sets the tone for women self-sufficiency

In the current scenario of cutting down on plastics, the women of the Dabolim Mahila Paper Bag Masters need to be lauded for making paper bags. The women from the group make a range of eco-friendly and biodegradable paper bags, thus controlling the consumption of plastics which are a cause of concern for everyone. Please like & share: Read More »