Tuesday , 21 May 2019

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Stories of the travelling storytellers

CHRISTINE MACHADO | NT BUZZ It’s work as usual at 91Springboard, Panaji. Laptops are open, meetings are being conducted, calls are being attended to. The scene is suddenly interrupted by the sound of percussions as a group of people that suddenly break into song, and people gather around wondering what is going on. Read More »

20th edition of Lokotsav begins

Minster for Art and Culture, Govind Gaude assured artists that the department will formulate a scheme or policy wherein the artists will be given a platform to showcase their creative work. “This year over 1000 artists will be participating and there were many more who wanted to be a part however we were unable to accommodate them but we will ... Read More »

Influencing young minds

VENITA GOMES| NT BUZZ  Many of us often complain about gaining weight or suffering from some illness or the other, and often turn to medicines, gym or other ways of staying fit in order to cure or get rid of the problems. But Mumbai-based holistic lifestyle coach – integrative and lifestyle medicine, Luke Coutinho through his consultations, books and online ... Read More »

Students need to develop habit of reading books: Dempo

PANAJI: Every child has a strong point that needs to be tapped by teachers and parents which will make their future bright and most successful people have come from public schools, said chairman of Dempo Group of Companies Shrinivas Dempo. Read More »

Fire guts Panaji’s oldest bar; no injuries

PANAJI: The oldest bar and restaurant in the city, ‘Sapeco the Loft Bar & Restaurant’, was destroyed on Friday after a major fire engulfed the building. Read More »

India head into ODIs with World Cup in mind

Sydney: Hit hard by an unexpected controversy after the high of the Test triumph, India will look to fine tune their World Cup preparations in the three-match ODI series against an under-fire Australia, beginning here on Saturday. Read More »

Goa Dairy workers go on dharna demanding seventh pay scales

NT NETWORK   PONDA Workers of Goa Dairy (Goa Milk Cooperative Union Pvt Ltd) launched a three-day dharna outside the Dairy premises at Curti on Thursday demanding implementation of seventh pay commission and payment of arrears of dearness allowance with immediate effect.  They have also threatened to go on a strike of 72 hours from January 28, that would affect production and ... Read More »

Bandh throws normal life out of gear

NT NETWORK   PANAJI People using public bus transport and ferryboat commuters were on Wednesday badly hit by the bandh called by trade unions as part of the nationwide strike against government’s “anti-worker” policies. Students, office goers and others were left stranded in various parts of the state.  Ferryboat operators supported the bandh in the morning hours leaving commuters stranded ... Read More »

Chemists step up pressure on govt over e-pharmacies

NT NETWORK   PANAJI Stepping up the pressure on e-pharmacies, chemists in the state on Tuesday urged the government to take all possible action against online sale of medicines including advertisements in print and media by e-pharmacy operators. Members of the association submitted separate memorandums to the north and south Goa district collectors’ office, the Food and Drugs Administration (FDA), ... Read More »

Chicalim gets cleanest panchayat award

NT NETWORK VASCO The Minister for Panchayati Raj Mauvin Godinho said that the state government is making efforts to increase the funds of panchayat bodies which fall within the radius of Dabolim airport for the purpose of garbage management as Rs 9 lakh will not be enough to cater to the day-today affairs in handling the garbage system. Godinho was ... Read More »