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Looking at the horizon

Jonathan Fernandes is a determined dreamer who stepped into the real estate world at the age of 21. In the last six years he has made a mark as a builder and his company Horizon is here to stay, writes Michael Fisher

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On the cusp of a turnaround

Sanghi Industries (SNGI) is expected to register a strong revenue growth with CAGR of 20-59 per cent in profits. The company is setting up a 1.2mt brownfield grinding capacity (PPC) at its existing location in Gujarat by March 2015 at low cost of Rs 550 million.

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Bailable or non-bailable warrant is only meant to secure attendance: Commission

BY JATIN RAMAIYA Sharma Coutinho, a representative of Kiran Krishna Real Estate and Construction Pvt Ltd, through its representative had approached the Goa State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission at Panaji after being aggrieved by the order of the district forum issuing a non-bailable warrant. Whilst allowing the appeal of Coutinho,

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On a green run

When it comes to supplying vegetables and fruits, M K Rai is one name that stands out among all By Jason Soares | B&C Whether its savouring your favourite ‘bhaji’ at a local restaurant or chomping down a bowl of your mother’s vegetable fruit salad, chances are that the produce most likely came through ‘M K Rai’, a little-known supplier …

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JM Pacheco: Holding on to tradition

By Michael Fisher | B&C Third generation Luis Pacheco pulls up the shutter of his family’s fashion fabric retail store ‘J M Pacheco’, shop No 53, Pacheco Corner, for another day of business. The retail store has been with the family since 1932 founded by his grandfather Luis Sebastio Pacheco on Francis Loyola Road.

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‘There is a niche market for personalised cakes in Goa’

Three years ago, Brainard Colaco left Mumbai and opened a small boutique cake studio by the name Mog Cake Studio in Comba, Margao. After conducting a study of the pastry and cake market, he delved into making designer cakes for occasions and seasons What do you produce?

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Tourism: Banking on hope

The new tourist season of 2014-15 shows promise. Domestic footfalls always surge in weekends and a bunching of festivals with holidays indicates that a mini-vacation is on the cards. Airline tickets are sky-high as also bus tickets. Room occupancy is in the region of 75 per cent (mid-priced hotels). And that, according to those in the hospitality industry, is a …

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OTS for mining industry Hankering for more

Until mining resumes, which could be later than sooner, the government finds itself in a position where it has to help those dependent on the industry. The one-time settlement scheme announced by it for truck, barge and machine owners has run into rough weather and sources reveal that a lot of government servants who became benami transporters could lose out, …

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Fighting power cuts with inverters

With power failures being a regular feature, people are now turning to inverters for uninterrupted power supply and peace of mind On any given day, one will agree that there has to be least one power outage. Be it watching something important on television or studying for exams the next day, such power cuts can be quite irksome and frustrating. …

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Tailor-made for all

Ready-made garments haven’t killed the hand-tailored business and Rashmi’s Boutique in Ponda is proof of it

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