Saturday, February 06, 2016
Herald News
  • Beach cleaning tender also includes places where there is no scope of work: Dept of Tourism’s internal report   |  
  • The parliamentary standing committee on science and technology, and environment and forest will be on a two day visit to Goa to study and discuss impact of mining on environment and other related issues of environmental destruction   |  
  • A detail scientific study on presence of pesticides in soil and water bodies along the coastal belts of Calangute-Candolim is being conducted by Goa State Pollution Control Board (GSPCB), in collaboration with The Energy and Research Institute (TERI)   |  
  • Over 9,000 students conferred degrees by Governor at 28th GU convocation   |  
  • A citizens group has approached the State government accusing Syngenta India Ltd of allegedly selling its property to a ‘highly polluting industry’ that manufactures hazardous chemicals while it has also urged to appoint a high level committee of expe   |  
  • Helipcopter service at Aguada plateau suspended, govt and Pawan Hans to look for an alternate site, three new sites – preferably at Pernem and Bicholim to be developed for the same   |  
  • Calangute Ex MLA Agnelo Fernandes and Candolim sarpanch Sandra Fialho brought to the police station and released after being given a warning at Sinquerim plateau, with regards to protest against helicopter rides   |  

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How will you stop the criticisms during the election Carnival, Mr Parsekar?

When a government starts taking itself more seriously than the people it is supposed to govern, it is on the threshold of extinction.