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Sumukh, Rishikesh top in FSL quiz contest

PANAJI: A quiz contest ‘Fuel Saving League’ was organised by the Petroleum Conservation and Research Association (PCRA) under the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, Government of India. The quiz contest was conducted in 35 cities across the country. Please like & share: Read More »

Rs 1 lakh theft at Anjuna temple

MAPUSA: Unknown culprits on Tuesday night decamped  with valuables including jewellery and some cash all worth Rs 1 lakh. According to Anjuna police, culprits entered the Bhumika temple at Gaumwaddy Anjuna by breaking open the door and dismantled the electric connection  due to which even the CCTV cameras failed. Thereafter they entered inside the temple and stole valuables all worth Rs ... Read More »

Salgaocar, Bagan in stalemate

MARGAO: Salgaocar FC and Mohun Bagan played out an unimpressive goalless draw in the Round 3 match of the Hero I-League at Nehru Stadium, Fatorda on Wednesday. Please like & share: Read More »

14 villagers held for obstructing electricity work at Bhoma

NT NETWORK PONDA: Around 14 villagers from Bhoma-Priol, including 6 women, were arrested by the Ponda police, on Tuesday afternoon, after they obstructed the work of the electricity department to shift an electric pole situated infront of a religious structure. The locals of Madabhat-Bhoma on many occasions had raised the issue at the gram sabha, but it was left unresolved ... Read More »

Govt to introduce 5 mobile fish vans

NT NETWORK MARGAO:    Fisheries Minister  Avertano Furtado on Tuesday  said that  five  mobile  fish vans will be  introduced in the  state from March 2015  with an aim to sell fish to  fish lovers  at  subsidised rates. Furtado  was speaking to the media persons about  the  second Aqua Goa Mega Fish  Festival, which   will be held at Navelim from January 29 ... Read More »

Protect your culture, Governor tells Goans

NT NETWORK PANAJI:  Governor Mridula Sinha on Monday said that tourism has become mainstay of the state economy and that the Goans should choose the good aspects associated with the tourism sector and discard the ills that come to Goa with the tourists coming from different parts of the nation and the world. Addressing people at the state-level Republic Day ... Read More »

Watched by Obama, India displays military might at R-Day parade

PTI NEW DELHI: Watched by US President Barack Obama, India on Monday  displayed its military might and rich cultural diversity during the dazzling 66th Republic Day parade in the capital which was wrapped in an unprecedented security cover. Obama was the first ever US President to attend the parade as chief guest on the second day of his three-day visit, ... Read More »

India, US achieve breakthrough in civil N-deal

PTI NEW DELHI: India and the US on Sunday broke the seven-year-old logjam in operationalising their landmark civil nuclear agreement with an announcement that “the deal is done” after talks between President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In what Obama called a “breakthrough”, the two sides have resolved key hurdles pertaining to the liability of suppliers of nuclear ... Read More »

Government has no scheme for ramponkars: Caetano

NT NETWORK BENAULIM: Benaulim MLA Caetano Silva on Sunday slammed the government for neglecting traditional fishermen and making a bag full of promises. Speaking after the inauguration of the Niz Ramponkarancho Exvot office at Benaulim, Silva took strong exception to the absence of senior officials who failed to turn up for the function.  He said the government does not care ... Read More »

St Jacinto islanders demand action on illegal activities at bridge

NT NETWORK VASCO: The residents of St Jacinto Island have raised concerns over the illegal and nefarious activities taking place near the St Jacinto Bridge, especially during the nights. The agitated islanders gathered at Chicalim Panchayat office on Sunday morning to request the sarpanch Rubina Rodrigues and other panch members to initiate strict action against people who are involved in ... Read More »