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Agonda pig to get nation’s attention

The outsized and fast-growing Agonda pig is poised to catch the country’s attention as national bureau of animal genetic resources (NBAGR) will shortly register this animal, one of the biggest Indian breeds, for its unique characteristics. Times of India, 1 week ago
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Olive Ridley turtle protectors unsure of own future

Panaji: They have been true friends of the turtles for almost a decade and half, but like the flippered visitors they find the going tough, barely dangling by a temporary status belatedly granted, for their survival. Designated as labourers by ...
 Times of India3 days ago Decline in arrivals of Olive Ridley turtles raises concern  Times of India1 month ago Increase in tourists bad for Olive Ridley: Goa minister  ProKerala.com1 month ago 'Tourist Increase Bad For Olive Ridley Turtles'  NDTV1 month ago

Integrated cleaning of major beaches begins across state

Panaji: The integrated system of beach cleaning covering major beaches in the state began on Monday. The waste from the bins placed on the beaches will be collected on a daily basis in addition to combing of wet and dry sand. Machines will be ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

With 727 mm of rain so far, Goa surpasses August average

I Monsoon in Goa Goa is one of the rainiest pockets of Monsoon in India, even with regard to other places along the west coast. With 900 mm of rain on an average, July is the rainiest month. August receives good showers of 591 mm and rain ...
 Moneycontrol.com2 weeks ago Has the govt put in enough effort to contain beach erosion in Goa?  Times of India1 month ago

Football fans must get used to life in purgatory

By ROY GACHUHI More by Depressed Kenya football fans, starting their two years in international football purgatory thanks to Lesotho, this week heard what sounded like good noises from government. It is highly unlikely that any of them had the ...
 Daily Nation4 weeks ago

A saint's relics in a glass-sided casket raise mysterious questions

By Steve Vickers, You could call it a kind of pilgrimage: a journey through the misty coconut groves at sunrise, just as the holy cows start looking for pastures new. Each morning, buses and auto-rickshaws heave tourists away from the ...
 Washington Post4 weeks ago In Old Goa, India, a saint's relics raise mysterious questions  Washington Post1 month ago

Goa govt deploy watchers at turtle nesting sites

PANJIM: Goa government has deployed watchers at the turtle nesting sites as they are constantly exposed to danger due to tourism related activities along the 105km stretch of the coastal belt. Alina Saldanha, minister for forest told Goa ...
 Times of India1 month ago

RS MPs discuss Goa tar balls

PANAJI: Union minister of state for environment, forests and climate change, Prakash Javadekar, on Thursday stated that tar balls contain a wide range of hydrocarbons which can affect marine living resources and cause inconvenience and allergic ...
 Times of India1 month ago Tar balls in Goa could be result of oil exploration  Business Standard India1 month ago
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