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BoB holds customer meet

PANAJI: Bank of Baroda, (BoB) Vasco-da-Gama  branch recently conducted Customer Meet at its premises. Shri S D Inamdar, Assistant General Manager and Regional head for Goa and Western Maharashtra Region, said a press release.

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Youth delegation to China

PANAJI: The Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports Govt of India has arranged to send a 100 members Indian Youth Delegation to China with a purpose to promote mutual understanding of Values and Cultures amongst the Youth and to develop better relations between India and China.

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Sensex on choppy session loses 25 points on inflation concerns

MUMBAI: The Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark Sensex today pared early gains to close 25 points lower due to selling in realty and banking stocks on concerns over rising inflation. The 30-share barometer lost 25.50 points to close at 17,730.24 points.

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FM to US CEOs investment impediments to be removed

WASHINGTON: India today assured US Inc. That its concerns on infrastructure, investment restrictions and other impediments would be addressed expeditiously, and a roadmap would be prepared for discussions ahead of American President Barack Obama’s visit in November.

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Manganese decants into Selaulim Dam, Ponda Water Works

By Michael Fisher | NT

PANAJI: Polluted waters from mines in South Goa have started to decant onto the surface, nullahs, and rivers, with long-term devastating consequences for the environment and the health of the people, agriculture and animals of the surrounding areas. It is also believed to be polluting Salulim dam and Ponda Water Works.

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LED lit products save energy

PANAJI: A meeting of architects, builders, interior designers, developers and others was held recently in the city to apprise them of the light emitting diodes and LED lit products and state-of-the-art security system.

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Court stays Birla Corporation AGM

KOLKATA: The Annual General Meeting of M P Birla group flagship Birla Corporation, which is at present controlled by the Lodhas, was today stalled owing to a stay order by a city court here.

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Eurozone crisis poses danger to rapid global recovery: FM

WASHINGTON: India fears that a lingering debt crisis in the Eurozone could disrupt trade and lead to flight of capital from developing economies such as itself and end up derailing the fragile global economic recovery.

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