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PM celebrates Diwali with soldiers near India-China border

UTTARKASHI: Dressed in heavy mountain gear, Prime Minister Narendra Modi celebrated Diwali with Army and ITBP personnel in the icy terrain near the India-China border, saying their devotion to duty in the remote icy heights is enabling the strength of the nation. Please like & share: Read More »

What Goa says about a cracker-free Diwali?

Danuska Da Gama I NT BUZZ In keeping with the directives issued by the Supreme Court on October 30, Goa had an order issued on Sunday, November 4 that restricted bursting of firecrackers. The Supreme Court had passed an order setting the time slot for fireworks between 10 p.m. and 12 midnight, there has been several modifications for several states ... Read More »

Laxmi Pujan

A shopkeeper performs pooja in his shop at the Panaji market on the occasion of Laxmi pujan on Wednesday Please like & share: Read More »

Even Cong is not in favour of midterm polls: Mauvin

VASCO: Trying to put to rest the apprehensions that the state will go to midterm polls, Minister for Protocol and Hospitality Mauvin Godinho has said that nobody including the Congress is in favour of midterm polls. Please like & share: Read More »

Joy, gaiety mark Diwali celebrations

NT NETWORK   PANAJI Diwali, the festival of lights was celebrated across the state with joy and gaiety on Tuesday. Diwali celebrations began in Goa with the burning of the effigies of the mythical demon, Narkasur at dawn, signifying victory of good over evil. The festival witnessed the Hindus beginning the day with early morning traditional bath, followed by ‘ovalni’ ... Read More »

Thousands throng Vasco’s Swatantra Path to witness Narkasur effigy contest

NT NETWORK   VASCO A large number of people thronged Swatantra Path in Vasco to witness the Narkasur effigy contest, organized by Murgao Hindu Samaj Shree Mahalaxmi Pujanotsav Samitti-2018 late Monday evening. In all, 24 groups participated in the contest as it was limited to the Mormugao taluka. Some foreign tourists, who had come to witness the contest danced to ... Read More »

Mining pit water to be used for agriculture

NT NETWORK   SANKHALI A high level meeting to discuss the issue of supplying water to fields from the mining pit was held in the chamber of the Speaker Dr Pramod Sawant on Monday. During the meeting Dr Sawant briefed the concerned officers regarding the problems faced by farmers due to shortage of water in the mining area. It was decided to ... Read More »

Traditional lamp makers look at dim sales 

The festival of lights, Diwali is fast approaching and the people are eagerly waiting for the special festival which is the favorite of many. Clay diya’s are an integral part of the festival with several residents believing in placing earthen diya’s on the doorstep and window sills. Please like & share: Read More »

Souza Lobo bags Harper Collins certification

Restaurant Souza Lobo was recently presented with a certificate of recognition by Harper Collins, India for featuring in the book Secret Sauce – Inspiring Stories of Great Indian Restaurants. The book is co-written by well-known food writer Priya Bala and restaurant entrepreneur Jayanth Narayanan, and showcases 40 of India’s most iconic restaurant brands and delves into the secrets behind their success. The ... Read More »