PANAJI: The Goa police have asked the state Election Commission (SEC) not to undertake counting of the Corporation of the City of Panaji (CCP) election votes on the polling day but to postpone it to the next day, March 14 in view of law and order problem.Read More »
PANAJI: The PWD Minister, Mr Churchill Alemao, on Thursday, said that the state will not go ahead with the four-laning of the national highway 17, if the Centre doesn’t accept the demands placed before it by the state.Read More »
Ward 19: Two major projects lying incomplete
Encompassing some of the important suburbs of Panaji, ward number 19, which is a ward reserved for women comprises of Bhatulem, Portais and Bairo Portais stretching right up to Patto.
PANAJI: Mr Shantaram Naik, MP, has demanded reforms in education and examination system, as a measure to minimise increasing incidents of student suicide in the country.Read More »
PANAJI: Buses continue to be overloaded despite the transport department having issued 1007 permits on various routes across the state.Read More »
PANAJI: The BBA Department of S S Dempo College of Commerce and Economics hosted a state-level management event, ‘Rannbhoomi 1.0’ at the International Centre Goa, Dona Paula on March 9.Read More »
PANAJI: The state cabinet on Wednesday approved a scheme to set up counselling centres in 76 super school complexes across the state to help the students cope with the stress/tension while schooling, ahead and during examinations.Read More »
PANAJI: The director of Tourism, Mr Swapnil Naik Wednesday said that the actual work on removal process of River Princess, the vessel that has been lying grounded off the Candolim-Sinquerim beach for nearly 11 years, would begin on Monday. Mr Naik said that the management of Arihant Ship Breakers has been told to start the preparatory work like erecting barricade on the beach etc.Read More »
MAPUSA: Three Ukrainians were injured in a scuffle at Candolim on Tuesday night, informed the Calangute police.Read More »
Ward 13: Roads need hot-mix carpeting
This ward reserved for women will witness face-to-face fight between the ‘Panaji First’ panel candidate, Bharati Heble and candidate fielded by the Atanasio Monserrate panel, Mangala Karapurkar. An independent candidate, Seema Pednekar is also in the fray, in this ward.