PANAJI: The Corporation of the City of Panaji on Friday directed a Pune-based company, Precision Automation and Robotics India (PARI) Limited to work out a public-private partnership model for setting up a multi-level car parking system in the city.Read More »
VASCO: A major fire broke out on Friday near Varunapuri-Mangor Hill due to leakage in naphtha pipeline, where underground work has been going on to construct a culvert.Read More »
MARGAO: The Cuncolim municipal council has proposed to set up a sewerage network and work for the `65-crore project is expected to commence by mid-2012.Read More »
BY ABDUL RAUF BEIG | NT
PANAJI: The bar owners, their employees and many connected with the tourism industry are vehemently opposed to the recent government proposal to close bars after 11 p.m. in coastal areas, apparently in an attempt to curb criminal activities, saying that the idea was not only ill conceived but would be counter productive.
BY RAMNATH N PAI RAIKAR | NT
PANAJI: Gardens and parks are major producers of oxygen for any region, and their existence is more important in cities where concrete structures are fast replacing the vegetation cover.
MARGAO: Gandhian, Mr Anna Hazare, has cast his spell in Cuncolim as over 200 people, mostly youth, participated in the rally against corruption.Read More »
by Abdulla Khan | NT
VALPOI: Frequent power cuts have become the order of the day in Valpoi and its surrounding areas these days. Besides affecting the domestic consumers, it also has a bearing on the working of commercial establishments.
PANAJI: The Chief Secretary (CS), Mr Sanjay Srivastava has said that photography is a creative art which could be used as powerful medium to portray the society’s concerns and aspirations.Read More »
PANAJI: Goa witnessed strong support to Mr Anna Hazare from young blood, with a number of higher secondary and college students skipping their classes on Thursday to join rallies taken out in various parts of Goa.Read More »
PANAJI: A group of eminent cardiologists from Goa on Thursday maintained that the state is fast becoming urbanised, with statistics pointing out 10 to 11 per cent of its population being affected by heart diseases, and women overtaking men in this respect, a situation which never prevailed in Goa.Read More »