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Now, its Arambol, Morjim beaches’ turn to battle erosion

Beach erosion used to be a common occurrence in Keri but this monsoon nature’s fury has extended to Arambol, Mandrem and Morjim as well. Times of India, 3 weeks ago

Mandrem ward tense after Nigerian ‘fury’

Sawantawada, an interior ward in Mandrem village of Pernem taluka, saw some tense moments from Thursday night to Friday afternoon after 5-6 Nigerians got into a heated argument with the owner of the rooms they were renting, and then, in a fit of rage, set ...
 Times of India1 month ago

First tourists, now tourism players

Russians are present in almost all businesses related to tourism in the northern beaches of Goa such as Morjim, Mandrem, Ashvem and Arambol. First, they paid as tourists; slowly, they captured the businesses, killed the competition and now ...
 Times of India1 month ago Too many tourists in Calangute  Times of India1 month ago N Goa tourist taxi owners support Mopa  Times of India1 month ago Goa all set to spruce up beaches as rise in tourist expected  Times of Oman1 month ago

Decay of Buddhist heritage goes unchecked

Keri: The copper plate of the Konkan Maurya ruler, Chandra Varman of 500 AD mentions the grant of land to the Buddhist, Mahavira of Shivapur. Some scholars have identified Shivapur with Aravalem and the rock-cut caves as Buddhist. There are others ...
 Times of India3 hours ago

A year later, Nigerians shift base to coastal Pernem

Mapusa: After the murder of the Nigerian, Simeon, it was an open secret that the cold-blooded killing was the fallout of a conflict between two drug cartels in the state's coastal belt. It has been alleged that Simeon's murder was connected to the ...
 Times of India1 day ago
Goa Herald

Staircase to a better future

After many group exhibitions, Shilpa Mayenkar is finally going solo with a remarkable exhibition, titled, Escada, featuring 16 works of acrylic on paper and canvas. The exhibition is on display at Mumbai's Lakeeren Gallery till November 15, 2014.
 Goa Herald2 days ago


HCN: How come you suddenly decided to talk on the Mopa issue? Arlekar: Everybody knows what our stand (including that of Mandrem MLA Laxmikant Parsekar) is on the issue. I have not spoken on the issue since I have become the Speaker. However, now ...
 Goa Herald6 days ago

Showers play spoilsport for shacks at Arambol

Mapusa: Rain has dampened the start of the tourist season this year along the coastal belt of Pernem. The erection of shacks was held up on Friday and Saturday because of the continuous rain. The tourism season has almost begun in Arambol with ...
 Times of India6 days ago Demarcate shack areas soon: Cardozo  Times of India3 weeks ago Erected shacks rake in moolah over weekend  Times of India3 weeks ago

Shilpa Mayenkar Naik | An ant's-eye view

Shilpa Mayenkar Naik's works on display at Mumbai's Lakeeren Gallery. Photographs by Nayan Shah/Mint Ever since she graduated with a master's in printmaking from The Sarojini Naidu School of Arts and Communication in Hyderabad in 2003, Shilpa ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago


Will the BJP-MGP alliance that swept the polls in the Assembly elections and repeated its performance in the Lok Sabha elections last? Given that the BJP is expected to perform very well in the Maharashtra and Haryana polls, and there are two years ...
 Goa Herald1 week ago
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