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Too little, too late

There has been a thunderous opposition to this sector, with the government apart from the issuance of certain circulars and guidelines, virtually remaining a mute spectator. The general public, concerned about the impact of sale of property to outsiders, has been vocal about the need for special status.

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Fabricating strong growth

A disquieting feature of manufacturing companies of Goan origins is that not many venture outside. Perhaps it is the fear of the unfamiliar or the general disinclination to get bigger. But either way, local companies prefer to grow in known environs and within their own land.

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Newton’s in motion

By Jason Soares | B&C
It wasn’t difficult for Newton Azavedo to take a leap into business. With a lineage in business, starting his own enterprise seems to have been a natural choice for the owner of the popular Newton’s supermarket.

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Harvesting the rains

By Sudesh Bhosle | B&C
Rainwater harvesting as a practice has been around for over 4,000 years. Arid and semi-arid areas around the world have largely benefited from rainwater harvesting projects, which is used for supplying drinking water,

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More Indians need to buy home insurance

By Deepak Yohannan
We Indians love to invest in property, but few buy home insurance to go with it. We use up all our savings on a home without considering the risks that could follow.

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Timeless classics

If there ever be a classic vintage car award exhibition in Goa the second prize would be awarded to Pradeep Naik whose colourful lifestyle is showy.

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A nurse at hand

The Institute Piedade, Panaji, is in a lovely old building. Its architecture is Portuguese and quite many foreign tourists can be spotted clicking pictures of the facade.

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More than just a full tank

By team B&C
A satisfied customer it is said is the best business strategy of all. Petroleum companies, canny operators at all times, take this corporate idiom very seriously.

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Tripping on all fronts

Seamless power supply is a luxury seldom enjoyed in Goa. Erratic power outages have forced industrialists to increasingly depend on generators that increase production costs.

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