Monday, 18 June, 2018
Update
   Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar assures to resolve Mayem custodian property issue raised by Freedom Fighters   Manohar Parrikar: 'Plastic Free Goa' target was delayed due to my illness, people need to be educated on garbage issue   Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar pays tribute to martyrs during Goa Revolution Day celebrations at Azad Maidan   Cops flouting rules by issuing challans for overspeeding?   Luizinho to introduce Bill that provides aid to jobless youth   First Cabinet meet today after CM’s return   Got a bank FD? Track it before it vanishes   PWD seeks nod to cut trees posing danger on NH-17A   Airport runway lights go off for third time   SGPDA fish market based on Dubai model to open on June 25

Have necessary permissions, says owner

The owner of the Betalbatim property, Minguel Rodrigues maintained that he had necessary permissions from the CRZ, Town and country Planning and the Panchayat to carry out barbed wire fencing in his beach property.

17th July 2017, 04:39 Hrs
MARGAO: rReacting to reports on the opposition by some villagers and social activists to the barbed wire fencing, Minguel asserted that he has not cut down any casuarina trees, and only bushes were trimmed. Saying that his property was being misused in the absence of any fencing, Minguel said he has left pathway to the beach, adding that he has no plans to carry out any construction, but will only go for coconut plantation.