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No students, 7 govt schools in Ponda close down

Goa's first Chief Minister Dayanand Bandodkar had established many government schools where the poor and the rich alike used to study along side. But nowadays with so many private schools mushrooming all over, the poor people in the state find it ... Goa Herald, 2 months ago

Can any amendment ever change the spirit of Goenkarponn which is linked to Konkani? NEVER

But when he moved a private members resolution to change the Official Language Act to give Marathi official status, he was pitch forked into a cesspool of divisiveness which Goa struggled to come to terms with in 1986, when it endured and suffered a ...
 Goa Herald2 weeks ago

Chandor SC goes beyond football to keep the youth healthy

CLIVE MASCARENHAS CHANDOR: Chandor Sports Club has never moved up the Goa Football Association (GFA) league from the Third Division. Despite being where they are since they started, Chandor Sports Club has invested a lot in developing the ...
 Navhind Times1 month ago
Sakaal Times

Indian politics could benefit from lessons in ethics from the British

Exit: Outgoing British Prime Minister David Cameron (2nd L) leaves after speaking outside 10 Downing Street with his family in central London on July 13. The United Kingdom recently decided to exit the European Union and the events that succeeded ...
 Sakaal Times1 month ago

Opening newer avenues of research and history

It was the British who dominated Goa more than the Portuguese. Modern Goa is largely a product of British India, said Parag Parobo, professor of history at Goa University, while speaking at the symposium on the topic New Avenues in Research on July ...
 Navhind Times1 month ago

Contrasting growth for BJP, Congress in Goa

Panaji: With the the state assembly elections drawing closer, parties have started chalking out vote shares. Analysis of data compiled by the election commission of India (ECI) showed that the Congress is the only party in Goa with a consistent ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Symposium to commemorate birth anniversary of late Konkani writer

To commemorate the birth anniversary of late linguist and Konkani writer Madhavi Sardesai, Jaag Prakashan , a Konkani magazine that she edited, will organise a symposium on New Avenues in Research. The event will be held in the city on July 7.
 The Hindu1 month ago

India's big experiment with referendum: When Goa did not go with Bombay

, the Times of India (ToI) reported on how in the village of Loutolim in central Goa, most men had worn a rather fuzzy look for the past few days. In a referendum, which had concluded some days before, on whether Goa should merge with Maharashtra, ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
Navhind Times

City green cover largely unharmed

Abdul Wahab Khan | NT PANAJI Well known for its green spaces and heritage building, Panaji has a host of impressive plant and tree species providing a spectacular visual pageant across the city. Thanks to public vigilance the variety of tree ...
 Navhind Times2 months ago

Panaji to get pedestrian-friendly

Panaji: With 45 zebra crossings, including some new ones, at strategic points of 16 major roads and lanes in the capital city, its thoroughfares are likely to become more pedestrian-friendly in an urban environment dominated by machines and men ...
 Times of India2 months ago
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