Corridor to cost a mine-blowing Rs 233 crore

Corridor to cost a mine-blowing Rs 233 crore

The estimated cost for two phases of construction comprises of two-lane carriageway with earthwork and structures for four-laning

  • CLEAN-UP OPERATION: Rubble and construction waste dumped behind the Caculo Mall is being cleared from the site, a day after The Goan exposed the dump. Sagun Gawade

    CLEAN-UP OPERATION: Rubble and construction waste dumped behind the Caculo Mall is being cleared from the site, a day after The Goan exposed the dump. Sagun Gawade

  • MMC Chairperson Sandeep Falari speaks at the council meeting on Thursday. Agnelo Pereira

    MMC Chairperson Sandeep Falari speaks at the council meeting on Thursday. Agnelo Pereira

  • YOUNG MINDS AT WORK: First year students of Goa College of Architecture build sand castle models as part of their project at Miramar beach. Vincent Braganza

    YOUNG MINDS AT WORK: First year students of Goa College of Architecture build sand castle models as part of their project at Miramar beach. Vincent Braganza

Now, Moroccans sent to 14 days judicial custody

After serving 10 days in police custody, the two Moroccan stowaways were on Tuesday sent to 14 days judicial custody at Sada sub-jail.

Margao will have to rise above petty bureaucracy to resolve its parking woes

Motorists continue to jostle on the roads for parking space in the commercial capital in the absence of any parking lots worth its names, but the burning issue doesn’t seem to be on the priority list of the powers that be and the authorities.

CBI, police probes had same angle

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) did not carry out much of additional or further investigation, other than recording statements of witnesses already relied upon by the Anjuna Police Station in connection with the Scarlett Keeling death case of 2008, it has come to light.

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Education dept must review how it conducts probes into sex crimes

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Portuguese as next UN Secy Gen?

Portuguese candidate Antonio Guterres is considered to be the top contender \r\nfor the prestigious job at the United Nations, winning four secret ballots so far