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Sunday, 7 October 2012

Tourists flock to Arambol beach, hoteliers optimistic

Times of India
MAPUSA: The tourist season has already begun in Arambol, a popular beach in north Goa, with the arrival of many tourists, both domestic and international, and shacks already being open for business. Although hoteliers and shack owners are optimistic of ...
 

Govt moots gas, raw water pipelines to boost industry

Times of India
PANAJI: While the extension of the natural gas pipeline to Goa through a spur-line from Gokak in Karnataka shall be an advantage to heavy power-consuming industries in Goa, the laying of a new and separate pipeline to supply raw water to the Verna ...

Safe drinking water still not 100% in Goa schools

Times of India
PANAJI: The analysis of midday meal figures for the first quarter of the academic year 2012-13 by the Union human resource development ministry shows that Goa is among states that do not provide 100% coverage of safe drinking water to children in its ...

Suspected thief dies in police lockup

Times of India
North Goa SP Vijay Singh, who is holding additional charge as South Goa SP, said the incident occurred around 1pm. Police personnel on duty saw Gaikwad lying unconscious on the floor and frothing from the mouth. Though police provided him first aid ...

Some bakers hike pao price to Rs 3 a loaf

Times of India
PANAJI: A consensus to peg the price of traditional pao at Rs 3 per 50 gm appears to be evolving among bakers while a section of them in Tiswadi and Bardez have already decided to sell their product at this rate. Meeting in Old Goa on Saturday, bakers ...

Fear of bird-hits haunts airport authorities

Times of India
Speaking during a meeting held with the airports authority of India, the Indian navy and other stakeholders, N D Agarwal, collector of South Goa, said that if there's any casualty due to bird hits, criminal offences would be registered against local ...

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