Monday , 22 April 2019

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Centre, state leaving no stone unturned to resolve mining imbroglio: Prabhu

VASCO: Stating that mining is very important to Goa as thousands of people are dependent on it either directly or indirectly, Union Minister for Civil Aviation, Commerce and Industry Suresh Prabhu reiterated that the governments led by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) at the Centre and the state are jointly working to resolve the ‘Mining problem’ without harming environment or violating ... Read More »

‘Settling down in Goa was easy’

Name: Alpna Kale Name of company: Feelings Product manufactured, packaged or traded or service: Handmade gifts and accessories Please like & share: Read More »

We have to provide proper guidance to youth: Khaunte

MAPUSA: Revenue Minister Rohan Khaunte, on Saturday, announced that the state government is intending to introduce a Bill, if possible this Assembly session, which is aimed at banning the sale of agriculture land to non-agriculturist. Please like & share: Read More »

Sweet returns of working from home

Driven by creativity and with an eye for detailing Nadia Aslam, a homemaker from St Inez, has been crafting realistic fondant cakes and has baked 500 plus cakes over the past three years. The trend of giving a personalized touch to cakes for birthdays and weddings encouraged the home baker to venture into customized cakes as a full time business. ... Read More »

FC Goa fire blank against MSP FA

NAGOA: FC Goa failed to start their campaign in the Hero India Elite Youth League on a winning note as they were held to a goalless draw by MSP Football Academy at Nagoa grounds on Sunday. Please like & share: Read More »


NT NETWORK   PANAJI “We build too many walls and not enough bridges.” So had said the illustrious scientist, Sir Isaac Newton! Fortunately, Goa has witnessed construction of a number of bridges during the past two decades, even though the construction of walls has not reduced. A cable-stayed bridge is not a novelty for Goa as one of such kind ... Read More »

Organic waste management facility in city raises a ‘stink’

Abdul Wahab Khan | NT PANAJI: The Corporation of the City of Panaji (CCP)-managed organic waste management facility, located opposite  Heera petrol pump, in the city is in a poor state, with waste composting machinery being shutdown and the workforce being forced to work in unhealthy working conditions. Please like & share: Read More »

Global provider Sodexo to supply food to GMC patients

VASCO: Health Minister Vishwajit Rane said that ‘Sodexo’ a global player in food services will be roped in to provide balanced and nutritious food as part of health and wellness solutions to the patients at Goa Medical College (GMC) and Hospital at Bambolim at the initial stage while the district and sub-district hospitals in the state will be covered later. ... Read More »

UAE pack off champs; Qatar survive to progress

AL AIN: Australia’s defence of the Asian Cup ended in disappointment in the quarter-finals on Friday when an Ali Mabkhout goal gave hosts the United Arab Emirates a 1-0 victory. Please like & share: Read More »

The seas are calling

Janice Savina Rodrigues | NT BUZZ   Regardless of our love for the oceans and the fact that we practically live on the coast, we have been often warned by our parents and elders of the dangers lurking out in the deep blue sea. It is this fright that inhibits us from venturing out into the open waters and soaking ... Read More »