Mon, 18 Mar, 2019

Goa

PARRIKAR breathes his last

n To be cremated today at SAG Grounds, Campal n Goa to observe 7-day mourning n Govt offices, educational institutions to remain closed today n Centre declares national mourning n Prime Minister, Amit Shah expected to attend funeral Read more

Don’t take Group of six for granted, says Vijai

Says difficult for anyone to fit into Parrikar’s shoes Read more

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Don’t take Group of six for granted, says Vijai

Says difficult for anyone to fit into Parrikar’s shoes Read more

PARRIKAR breathes his last

n To be cremated today at SAG Grounds, Campal n Goa to observe 7-day mourning n Govt offices, educational institutions to remain closed today n Centre declares national mourning n Prime Minister, Amit Shah expected to attend funeral Read more

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Business

Tourism season likely to end prematurely in March itself

As most charter operators will stop their Goa flight by the end of this month, it is expected that tourism season too will end in March itself, which means that hoteliers will struggle to fill their rooms from April onwards. Around few years ago, the season would extend to May, which shows the extent of slowdown in tourism this year Read more

Shree Steel & Hardware to diversify and survive the mining ban in Goa
GSL and FiiRE join hands to give a boost to start-ups

Tg-Life

Bad politics or gender inequality?

Over 50 per cent voters in Goa are women, who seem to be content as voters only rather than contest polls. What pushes them on the back foot? TGLife digs deeper to find the root cause of this reluctance of women to enter active politics Read more

‘Gulf Voice of Goa’ awards to Goan singers Romeo and Aviella

Sunday

The spicy side of Goan heritage

One of the Nari Shakti Puraskar awardees who received the coveted award at the hands of President of India, a botanist and a researcher from Goa, Anuradha Naik shares why and how she helped tribal women farmers in conservation of Khola chillies Read more

The web is turning desi

Opinion

Killing Mandovi softly with the wrong

History teaches us that if a river dies, decays and degrades, civilisations crumble along with it. As Goans of the 21st century, how are we in Goa treating our rivers? Read more

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