94 schools secure 100 per cent results

With the State registering record pass percentage of 91.57 per cent at the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Examination, 174 schools have secured a pass percentage of 95 per cent and more.

High scorers aspire to become doctors, scientists

With Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education announcing the SSC results on Thursday,

Jnyan Vikas School excels

Jnyan Vikas School, Porvorim, secured a pass percentage of 100 per cent at the SSC Examination, this year. In all, 12 students had answered the examination of which 10 secured distinction and two others secured first class.

NEET percentile cut off for PG courses reduced

GMC to receive applications from today

Goa top destination for summer vacations, says TripAdvisor

Goa has emerged as the top 10 most preferred destination for Indian travelers during summer vacations this year.

Mining firms want proper procedure

Members of the Goa Mineral Ore Exporters Association have called for a uniform and standard set of operating procedures in monitoring the pollution levels not just related to Sonshi but across the state.

P’yat polls: Nominations end, scrutiny begins

n  7,647 throw in hats for 1,522 wards across 186 panchayats n 3,940 in North and 3,707 in South

1173 file papers in 33 Salcete panchayats

With ward reservations on caste considerations courting controversies in the run up to the June 11 Panchayat poll, the stage is finally set for the two-day scrutiny of the total 1173 nominations received for the 33 village panchayats in Salcete taluka, with 11-member Benaulim village receiving the highest number of nomination papers, 73 to be precise.

Reis Magos: Three likely to be elected unopposed

In two wards of Reis Magos Panchayat, one nomination each has been received ensuring that the candidates would be elected unopposed, as a record 1,207 candidates filed their nominations for the 33 panchayats in Bardez.

Mickky attacks govt, wants panchayat polls postponed

Terming the High Court order staying election in some of the Panchayat wards as a censure of the Parrikar-led government folly in the delimitation and reservation of wards, former Nuvem MLA Mickky Pacheco on Thursday demanded that the government postpone the Panchayat election till the delimitation and reservation of wards is carried out as per laid down guidelines.

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