BICHOLIM: Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Jayanti was celebrated by Ambedkar Jayanti Smarak Samiti, at Bordem-Bicholim on Thursday. The newly erected statue of Dr Ambedkar was inaugurated at the hands of Bicholim MLA, Mr Rajesh Patnekar.Read More »
CANACONA: More than 50 villagers met at Magdal in Galgibaga to decide on the future course of action if the irrigation department fails to construct the sluice gates at Vanni Bundh and Dotoddi Kodden.Read More »
PANAJI: The team of experts from Bhabha Atomic Research Centre that had come to test whether there was any radiation on River Princess left on Thursday for Mumbai after finishing its task but left a good message for the Goans that there was no source of radiation on the ship.Read More »
PANAJI: The government has made all arrangements including provision of additional 50 Kadamba buses to counter the strike announced by the All Goa Private Bus Owners Association on April 15.Read More »
MARGAO: A 35-year-old worker died and two others were seriously injured when a tank containing molasses exploded in a scrapyard at Chandrawaddo, Fatorda on Thursday morning.
Police and fire services personnel informed that welding work was going on in order to cut a tanker and convert it into scrap.
PANAJI: The customs department is likely to give its verdict in the case pertaining to seizure of foreign currency in excess to permissible limits from the state Education Minister, Mr Atanasio Monserrate on Friday.Read More »
PANAJI: The Goa Common Entrance Test 2011 will be conducted in the state on May 11 and 12, with over 3,586 students having applied for answering the same.Read More »
MARGAO: Narayan Tukaram Tuveker, a 65-year-old cyclist, who was injured in a car accident on Thursday morning at Kirbhat – Nuvem, succumbed to his injuries at the Margao Hospicio hospital on Thursday afternoon.Read More »
PANAJI: The Chief Minister, Mr Digambar Kamat, on Thursday, distributed cheques of Rs 25 lakh each, to 29 institutions from the state, at a function organised by the Directorate of Art and Culture in the city.Read More »
MAPUSA: The state BJP president and Mandrem MLA, Mr Laxmikant Parsekar said that road works to the tune of Rs 6 crore have been taken up at Morjim in Pernem and that the same are expected to be completed before monsoons.
Speaking to this daily, Mr Parsekar said that various works pertaining to the roads from Morjim to Mandrem and Chopdem to Morjim, such as widening, hot-mixing, building drains and culverts etc, are going on and that hot-mixing would be taken up soon.