Breaking News

Tag Archives: front

Grassroots begin to bud football shaped flowers

  SERAULIM/SANGOLDA: The grassroot buds have begun to flower. In two semifinal clashes of the Goa football Association (GFA) under-14 league semifinals, FC Goa and Salgaocar FC won against their rivals AA de Majorda and Quitula SC respectively to set up a final clash amongst themselves on March 13.

Read More »

99 Sonshi residents protesting mining truck movement arrested

  VALPOI: Ninety-nine people including fifty-two women protesting against transportation of ore from a mine were arrested by police on Thursday afternoon at Sonshi. The villagers were demanding compensation from a mining company to victims involved in accidents caused due to plying of tipper trucks in their village.  

Read More »

Sarzora stone crushers fail to renew lease licences with comunidade

NT NETWORK SARZORA Barely a year after the Goa State Pollution Control Board (GSPCB) cracked the whip against the stone crushing units for widespread dust pollution, the units have restarted operation and people are suffering. Ironically, most of the operations are illegal as crushing units have failed to renew the lease licences with the Sarzora comunidade and have been operating …

Read More »

Women pledge to fight for 33% reservation

NT NETWORK MARGAO Women including politicians, doctors and from other sections of society, at a programme organised in view of International Women’s Day have pledged to pursue the case of 33 per cent reservation in politics. A programme was organised by former chairperson of Margao Municipal Council (MMC) Monica Dias. Speaking on the occasion, former St Cruz MLA Victoria Fernandes …

Read More »

CCP poll: Babush panel snatches victory

  PANAJI: The Atanasio ‘Babush’ Monserrate led Panjim City Corporation Development Front won 17 out of the 30 seats at the recently held polls to the Corporation of the City of Panaji thus getting a clear-cut majority, while restricting the Bharatiya Janata Party supported ‘Panaji First’ panel to 13 seats, just as one-third of the sitting councillors got re-elected to …

Read More »