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Sancoale villagers see red over ‘dismantling’ of barges along Zuari

NT NETWORK   VASCO Sancoale Village Biodiversity Committee (SVBC) has raised strong objection to the alleged scrapping (dismantling) of barges at some ship building/repair yard along the banks of Zuari river in the Sancoale panchayat’s jurisdiction. SVBC members on Thursday paid a surprise visit to some of the ship building/repair yards along the bank of river Zuari when it came ... Read More »

Koppardem villagers gherao PWD AE over water shortage

NT NETWORK   VALPOI Around fifty residents of Koppardem village in Poriem constituency in protest against the shortage of water supply during the past eight days on Friday gheraoed the assistant engineer of PWD water supply section in Valpoi Eknath Paste. Villagers accused the operator of negligence who they say does not release water properly inconveniencing the residents. They also ... Read More »

Sushil, Aware add to India’s gold rush

  GOLD COAST: The wrestling gold rush began as expected and the shooting ranges also threw up medals before a couple of track-and-field podium finishes provided a near perfect end to what was a high-yielding day for India at the 21st Commonwealth Games here. Please like & share: Read More »

Massive protests against Modi’s visit engulf TN

  CHENNAI: Massive protests greeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi as he paid a whirlwind visit to Chennai with helicopter as the chosen mode of transport amid a state-wide agitation demanding a Cauvery Management Board. Please like & share: Read More »

VM College students shines at a Global level

  Three members of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) board of the VM Salgaocar College of Law, Miramar – Balkrishna Vishwanath Thali, John James Samuel and Amrit Dutta participated in the 2018 INADR International Mediation Tournament and World Congress won the Judges Appreciation Award. Please like & share: Read More »

Organ bank in state is need of the hour, says Francis

  MAPUSA: The Urban Development Minister Francis D’Souza said that it is the need of the hour for the state to have an organ bank as the government has already laid the foundation for a super specialty hospital estimated to cost Rs 450 crore. The Minister was speaking at an awareness function at the Mapusa taxi stand on Thursday.    Please ... Read More »

Sand accumulation along St Inez creek exit hindering flow into river

Abdul Wahab Khan | NT   PANAJI Water from the St Inez creek has nearly stopped flowing into the River Mandovi at the northern edge of the children’s park owing to wrong zoning of plantation and mangroves besides illegal art installation and long anti-sea erosion wall resulting in large sand accumulation blocking the flow. Sand accumulation is a natural process ... Read More »

Harry, Markle pick Mumbai charity for wedding gift donations

London: Britain’s Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have chosen a charity working for women in Mumbai’s slums among a handful of organisations that will receive donations in place of gifts for their royal wedding next month. Please like & share: Read More »

Heena Sidhu smashed a Games record to win gold

Heena Sidhu smashed a Games record to win gold for India in the final of the women’s 25m pistol event in Gold Coast on Tuesday. Heena created the record when she shot a total of 38. This is Heena’s second medal in the 2018 Commonwealth Games after her silver in the women’s 10m air pistol, where she came second to ... Read More »