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Baga-Sinquerim shacks can operate for only one year
Navhind Times

Garbage menace haunts Baga-Sinquerim coastal belt

CALANGUTE: The tourism department has failed to keep the beach belt of Baga-Sinquerim clean. Garbage has not been lifted from the beach belt for days together.Demarcation for shacks is still being carried out. Shack operators informed this daily ... Navhind Times, 2 weeks ago

Delay in NOCs irks Calangute shack owners

CALANGUTE: The Calangute panchayat on Saturday decided to defer its decision to issue licences to beach shack operators within its jurisdiction till November 8, when the Goa Coastal Zone Management Authority (GCZMA) is expected to approve the new ...
 Times of India1 month ago Shack issue: operators threaten to show black flags to PM during Nov 13 visit  Navhind Times4 weeks ago Calangute VP to issue licences to shacks if tourism dept doesn't act promptly  Navhind Times1 month ago Tourism dept neglected Calangute beach  Times of India2 months ago

Small tourism businesses take a beating due to lack of lower denomination notes

NT NETWORK CALANGUTE The shortage of lower denomination notes has hit the tourism business along the Calangute beach belt in a big way. While tourists were forced to purchase goods commensurate with higher currency notes, locals fought over ...
 Navhind Times3 weeks ago Tourists caught unawares, coastal businesses hit  Navhind Times4 weeks ago

Beach shack licences to be given this week

Panaji: Licences to beach shacks will be issued by the end of this week as soon as the tourism department, Goa state pollution control board (GSPCB) and Goa state coastal zone management authority (GCZMA) complete joint inspection of shacks. Many ...
 Times of India1 week ago One-season permit for shacks in N Goa hub  Times of India2 weeks ago

Teething problems: Labour pains for shack operators

PANAJI / CANDOLIM : Tourism department has finally started the demarcating areas for setting up of beach shacks. Thereafter, setting up of the shacks will take around 10-15 days and as such, will be ready for business by the end of the month. ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago Beach shack operators warn of setting up business sans policy  Times of India1 month ago

Foreign tourists stranded with worthless paper

MARGAO/PANAJI/COLVA/CALANGUTE: A day after 500 and 1,000 notes were demonetized, charter tourists, who arrived in Goa and exchanged their money, received a jolt as they found themselves holding worthless paper. When some tourists sought to return ...
 Times of India4 weeks ago Tourists irked as currency problems continue  Times of India3 weeks ago

Goa: Rs 13 crore disbursed for e-toilets on beaches, says Minister Dilip Parulekar

Speaking to IANS on Wednesday, Parulekar said that his ministry was in the process of spending Rs 13 crore to setup e-toilets across the 105 km long coastline, on nearly every popular beach. The state government's ambition to make Goa ...
 Indian Express1 month ago Rs 13 cr disbursed for e-toilets on Goa beaches: Minister  ProKerala.com1 month ago

lettes to the editor

Please don't kill the golden beach My heart warmed up reading the news of Hollant Beach. Yes lot of people visit it for picnics. It was the same for the Bogmalo Beach long long time when it was it's golden years. Lot of people used to come for ...
 Goa Herald1 week ago
Outlook Traveller

Exclusive: The W is just the party hotel that Goa needs

View of the Vagator beach from W Goa. One isn't quite sure how and when Goa was crowned the party capital of India, but the story begins with Eight Finger Eddie or Yertward Mazamania, which was his real name. An American expat, Eddie is ...
 Condé Nast Traveller India1 month ago Goa With The Flow  Outlook Traveller1 month ago

Your ultimate Goa beach-list

Agonda in South Goa is relatively untouched by stores and restaurants (and people). Photo: Murat Tegmen / Alamy Stock Photo Whether you prefer a vibrant sand strip, buzzing with shacks and tourists from all over, or a quiet, secluded, peaceful ...
 Condé Nast Traveller India1 month ago The essential Goa festival guide  Condé Nast Traveller India1 month ago
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