NEW DELHI: The Environment Minister, Mr Jairam Ramesh was on Monday reprimanded by the Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh as well as the Congress for his comments against the Union home ministry over approach towards Chinese companies even as Opposition BJP demanded action against him.Read More »
PANAJI: The state wildlife census as carried out by the forest department from April 26 to May 4, 2010 has found existence of large number of wild dogs and leopards in Goan forest areas.
Goa has six wildlife sanctuaries and vast tracts of government reserve forest.
PANAJI: The M S Kamat committee set up by the government for studying the prospects of establishing state open school in Goa, on the basis of national open school, has given a green signal to the idea.Read More »
GANDHINAGAR: VHP leader, Mr Pravin Togadia was questioned by Supreme Court-constituted special investigation team, which is probing some cases of 2002 riots, for more than four hours here on Monday.Read More »
LONDON: In a dramatic development, the Prime Minister, Mr Gordon Brown said on Monday he will step aside as leader of the Labour party and offered to help forge an alliance with the Liberal Democrats to form a ‘progressive’ government after the May 6 hung verdict.Read More »
PANAJI: Dr Wilfried Aulbur, the managing director and CEO of Mercedes-Benz India, on Monday observed that now a days dhoti-clad farmers walks into the Mercedes-Benz showroom and purchase luxury. This underscores the fact that a customer should not be underestimated.Read More »
PANAJI: Stating that Mr Manohar Parrikar, as the then chief minister used to take all administrative decisions unilaterally, the deputy Speaker, Mr Mauvin Godinho on Monday demanded custodial interrogation of Mr ParrikarRead More »
captaion: The Chief Staff Officer (Air) Goa Naval Area, Commander A S Baghel seen performing the ceremonials to kick off the structural work and mark the commencement of first steel cutting ceremony for ‘Shore Based Test Facility’ at Goa Shipyard Ltd, in Vasco on Monday.Read More »
POINGUINNIM: The post mortem conducted on the body of Fr Thomas Fernandes on Monday has confirmed that he died due to asphyxia and drowning.Read More »
LONDON: Britain’s Conservatives entered detailed talks with the smaller Liberal Democrats on Sunday to look for ways to form a government, under pressure to make progress before nervous financial markets reopen on Monday.Read More »