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WHY DIDN’T  GOVT FORM A LIQUOR POLICY
WHY DIDN’T GOVT FORM A LIQUOR POLICY

The government and the stakeholders must prepare a presentation stating how Goa’s case is different based on its topography and also hard sell its own liquor policy, states Shweta Kamat More

Are you typsy or frenzIED behind the wheel?

VRISHANK MAHATME scripts facts and figures to give a big picture of how rash driving is growing gradually & claiming more lives. He does so as the debate rages on whether drunken driving or rash driing is the reason for deaths on National and State Highways More

Taking stock before moving out lock, stock & barrel

Close on the heels of the crisis that erupted after mining was banned in the State, Goa is witnessing a similar situation with the SC order banning sale of liquor around the highways which will impact several thousand people. VIBHA VERMA speaks to some of them More





PRESERVE, CONSERVE & RESERVE

Create Heritage-History camps in schools, teach the young to respect the past More

Amount lost due to illegal mining & lease renewals is nearly 15 times annual government budget
Amount lost due to illegal mining & lease renewals is nearly 15 times annual government budget

We need to build robust control mechanisms and then monitor things constantly. If we take our eyes off the ball, the thieves will make merry More

Let’s go organic

Due to the Portuguese, Goans had access to synthetic fertilisers much before the rest of the country More



'Plastic Surgery' ON CASH will it affect JAILBIRDS?
'Plastic Surgery' ON CASH will it affect JAILBIRDS?

Navin Jha wonders how ‘supari’ (the illegal cash) would be supplied following demonetisation to carry out nefarious activities inside or outside the jail after the crackdown on black money More

HERALD GIVES BLOW-BY-BLOW ACCOUNT OF CELL-SHOCKING EVENTS

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YUVA VOTE:  Political parties aware of  their POWER?
YUVA VOTE: Political parties aware of their POWER?

According to the recently released electoral role by the Election Commission of India (ECI) for the upcoming State Assembly elections, approximately 42 per cent of the total voting population in the Goa is below 40 years of age (18 – 39), whereas the new voters count is 3 percent (18 – 19). More



Young Goa will be a deciding factor

Successive governments' failures to provide jobs and allied opportunities may not have gone down well this time with the young voters in the State, Basuri Desai does an audit More

Meet the girls who are AAPing the ante

From first runner up of Dance India Dance Super Mom 2013 to former hockey national player; the party’s list of women candidates has been carefully crafted, Vibha Verma writes More

Sorrowing Goenkarponn seeks a new lease of life

On the 50th anniversary of the Opinion Poll, ALEXANDRE MONIZ BARBOSA weighs in on the gains of the historic poll and where Goa stands today vis-à-vis the ideals that led to giving Goa an identity on that day January 16, 1967 More



YOUNG & RESTLESS FOR CHANGE

NESHWIN ALMEIDA interacts with the youth across Goa and presents their perspective of what they feel about governance, corruption, elections and who should be a politician and what needs to change this election More

Where is the Youth Policy, what happened to it?

Exactly a year ago, the government had announced the Goa Youth Policy 2015, with several benefits to the youth but till date the policy just remains on paper. More

FROM PARRIKAR TO PARSEKAR OF PAR-TY & POLITY

Herald audits the government's achievements, failures and U-turns as 2016 comes to an end More



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