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The dark horses leading the race

 By Tensing Rodrigues*   “Emerging economies have accounted for almost two-thirds of the world’s GDP growth and more than half of new consumption over the past 15 years,” says a September 2018 report of McKinsey Global Institute.

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Online payment facility at Aldona village panchayat

HDFC Bank partnered with Aldona village panchayat to set up online payment gateway for the village. Residents will now be able to pay their house taxes online in a quick and convenient manner from the comfort of their homes or offices. The bank has also set up point-of-sale (PoS) terminals at the panchayat office for cashless payment of taxes using …

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BOB’s vigilance awareness walkathon

Bank of Baroda (BOB), Panaji, celebrated vigilance awareness week with a walkathon for creating awareness on eradication of corruption. The walkathon, on October 29, started from BOB, regional office, Metropollis II, St. Inez, en-routing Caculo Mall, Bal Bhawan, Kala Academy, St. Inez Junction, Madhuban Circle.

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Volvo Penta raises toast to INSV Tarini crew

Volvo Penta, a leading supplier of engines and complete power solutions for marine and industrial applications, felicitated the all-women naval crew of the expedition ‘Navika Sagar Parikrama’. The expedition was the first ever Indian all-women crew to complete a circumnavigation of the globe. The INSV Tarini is powered by a Volvo Penta engine.

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Santro’s spectacular comeback

Having managed to create hype through sketches at pre- release events, the upgraded Santro promises to receive a good response from Goan car buyers. The all new car was officially unveiled in Goa on October 24 and is now on display at Hyundai showrooms. 

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Yoga at full stretch and booming

Yoga’s popularity in Goa is increasing by the day. A decade- and-half back, the benefits of it was understood by only a certain segment of the local populace. But today the ancient Indian regimen of good health is finding takers among nearly all. Residents are steadily enrolling in yoga classes and performing asanas with ease. 

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