Monday, 23 October, 2017
Update

Goa

Good response for Kundaim medical camp

About 300 villagers from Kundaim took benefit of the medical camp organized by Kundaim Panchayat and Rotary Club of Panaji in association with Healthway Hospital Pvt Ltd and Ophthalmic Department of Goa Medical College Bambolim. Read more

Davorlim p’yat rejects housing project

Residents attend in large numbers to express their opposition Read more

Cortalim meet truns unruly over river nationalisation

The Cortalim village gram sabha on Sunday witnessed a high drama over the issues of nationalisation of rivers and coal transportation in Goa. Read more

Mapusa residents powerless in tackling power scenario

Rue constant power outages and voltage fluctuations Read more

Top Stories

PWD gets ` 500 cr booster

Govt sanctions money for roads, small bridges, pending water supply work and other works under Swachh Bharat mission; DHAVALIKAR SAYS MONEY WILL BE SPENT EXCLUSIVELY FOR THIS Read more

Pollution Board eyes new air quality monitoring stations

The Goa State Pollution Control Board has begun the process to set up new pollution monitoring stations especially in mining areas and has moved a proposal to secure funds to the tune of Rs 40-crore in a bid to implement it. Read more

Fireworks likely at MGP’s meeting today

Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) central committee meeting on Monday is likely to be stormy with the central committee members likely to question Party President Deepak Dhavalikar over the terms and conditions agreed to while granting support to State Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) while forming the coalition government. Read more

Camurlim too says no to river nationalisation, coal handling

The Camurlim gram sabha on Sunday has opposed the nationalisation of Goan rivers and coal transportation. At the Sunday gram sabha chaired by Sarpanch Basil Dias, gram sabha members unanimously adopted a resolution opposing the nationalisation of Goan rivers, besides coal handling at the MPT and coal transportation via road, railways and Waterways. Read more

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Business

Strengthening a bright future with green buildings

Until now, neither the builders nor the buyers have cared much about the environment aspect of construction. But, today, it’s very possible to build environment friendly green buildings with materials sourced from Goa. Such buildings will help in protecting the environment for not only current generation, but also for future generations. Read more

Festive celebration offers at Ulhas Jewellers

Tg-Life

For the joy of reading

In an attempt to underline the importance of good reading in the formative years, Tata Trusts in collaboration with Bookworm Trust (Goa) recently conducted a Library Educator's Course in the state which witnessed the participation of 34 people from 11 different states. Amrita Patwardhan of Tata Trusts share the details with #TGLIFE Read more

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Spirit of youth

Sports

Dr Ramani marathon promo run held in Margao

The Dr PS Ramani Goa Marathon to be held on November 5 had its last and final promotional activity in the form of a 5-kilometre walk-run event in Margao on Sunday. Read more

Perfect brew: Rhian gives Goa a night to remember
YOUNG LIONS ROAR PAST US
Keenan returns for Ranji match against Punjab

Sunday

From IT to Art and Culture

Promoting cultural tourism projects, the founder director of ‘banglanatak dot com’ - Amitava Bhattacharya who was in Goa recently, talks about how the idea came about and how traditional skills in art and craft can provide sustainable livelihood to artists and artisans Read more

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