Tuesday 28 March 2017

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Travel Goa to Mumbai in 6 hours, by 2018

Goa to Mumbai by road would be hardly six hours, by 2018. READ

Petrol down by 32 paise, Diesel up by 28 paise

Petrol price was today cut by 32 paise per litre but diesel rates were hiked by 28 paise a litre on global trends. READ

Goa’s illegal houses could be legal by next month

Goa government is all set to regularize ‘illegal’ houses built till February 2014, but not all, in the budget Assembly session next month. READ

Tata building 650 flats in Goa as 'second homes'

Tata Housing will invest about Rs 400 crore over the next three years to develop a mid-income housing project in Goa as part of its strategy to tap the rising demand for second homes. READ

Panaji misses Smart City bus; neighbouring Belgaum, Pune among 20

Panaji missed the bus of a Smart City. It is not among the 20 cities chosen for the prestigious projects by the central government. READ

Tillari water supply to resume tomorrow, after ‘tarpaulin repairs’

Calling it a repair work, Maharashtra is resuming Tillari water supply to Goa tomorrow, after increasing the number of tarpaulin sheets and number of sand bags. READ

Tillari water supply may not resume till weekend

Goa will not get water supply from Tillari dam at least till the weekend. READ

Tillari canal cracks once again, water shortage in North Goa

Sub-standard canal of Tillari water supply developed cracks once again in Maharashtra, which has created water shortage for the three talukas of North Goa. READ

Goa approves Panaji Smart City proposal of Rs 981 Cr

The Goa government has approved the Rs 981.11 crore proposal for Panaji Smart City which would be submitted to the Union Urban Development Ministry today, a senior official said here. READ

NewGen patrol vessels launched by Goa Shipyard

A 105-metre new generation Offshore Patrol Vessel (OPV), to help increase the Coast Guard's requirements for policing of the vast Indian Exclusive Economic Zone, was launched by the Goa Shipyard Limited (GSL) today. READ