Builders are feeling relieved as chief minister Manohar Parrikar announced in his budget that steps would be taken to remove anomalies in respect of stamp duty payable, while executing a power of attorney given to a builder for development and sale of an immovable property.
Tonnes of cashew nuts have begun arriving at the wholesale purchase counters in Canacona taluka, with the wholesale rates dropping from Rs 170 to Rs 140 per kg.
Most roads were battered due to sewerage works
The National Green Tribunal has ordered disconnection of power supply to allegedly illegal shacks being operated without any permission from the Goa Coastal Zone Management Authority as an interim measure as the case against them proceeds.
Revenue Minister Rohan Khaunte has promised to bring to a halt the ‘scams’ taking place in the name of mahiti ghars in several towns across the state where agencies outsourced to provide government services were failing to do so and instead were misusing government data at its disposal.
Work stopped since Jan 2017; official says labourers have left as no wages have been paid
Non-completion of sewerage works has had a spinning effect on road works in Mapusa.
On April 9, a rally of over 20,000 party members will thank the BJP boss: Vinay Tendulkar
Gudi Padwa festivity was in top gear on Tuesday, with car dealers across the State registering an upswing in sales, some crossing over 200 cars. That’s not all, happy days are expected to continue with a cut in road tax effective from April 1, as announced in Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar’s Budget speech recntly.
Making a plea to all those who believe in Goemkarponn to join the ongoing movement, Navelim and Telaulim villagers again stopped work on the western bypass on Tuesday as the villagers sent a message loud and clear to the Parrikar government to either build the bypass on stilts or face the wrath of the people.
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