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Bad news dogs Goa's picture-perfect Vagator beach (Environment...

Vagator, one of Goa's more picturesque beaches and a stunning backdrop for Bollywood cult classics like "Dil Chahta Hai", is in the news for the wrong reason.After an attempt by the state tourism authorities to lease 53,000 sq mts of beach-side ... Prokerala, 2 months ago

Gooey tar balls mar Mangalore beaches

MANGALORE: After a hiatus of two years, black gooey globules have started surfacing in the Arabian Sea and washing ashore on the beaches of Mangalore. Though fishermen earlier blamed the discharge of effluents by an oil refinery here, a study 'Oil ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Goa beaches facing pollution

If you've had a day at the shore in these last few days of summer chances are you've returned heavily slimed. Tar balls have left large stretches of frequented sandy beaches in Bardez, Pernem and Salcete talukas heavily polluted. Noticed since the ...
 Times of India1 month ago

NGT halts Vagator GTDC project

MAPUSA: The National Green Tribunal has banned all construction activities on the tourism project at Vagator and has directed that status quo be maintained until a site inspection is carried out and a land survey is submitted. In a major blow to ...
 Navhind Times1 month ago National Green Tribunal pulls up Goa coastal zone management authority over temporary licence  Times of India1 month ago

After NGT order, Delhi cos begin removal of Vagator structures

Last week, the NGT had directed the Goa coastal zone management authority (GCZMA) to initiate the process for removal of a few structures within the CRZ, including a few steps, right on the beach at Vagator.
 Times of India2 months ago
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Congress blames Coast Guard for tar balls on Goa beaches

Panaji, June 7 The Congress Saturday lambasted the Indian Coast Guard (ICG) for not preventing oil spills from settling along Goa's coastline with its beaches and coastal areas covered with tar balls. The ICG has failed in preventing ships from ...
 ProKerala.com1 month ago Congress blames Coast Guard...  Siasat Daily1 month ago
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Going, going, Goa!

Many go to Goa for its beaches but are taken in by its history and culture. Located on the shores of the Arabian Sea in the country's west, the Indian state of Goa has something on the menu for everyone. From nature devotees to beach lovers, ...
 Indian News Link3 days ago
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Life is a beach

1. Yoga and surfing at Mulki- Karnataka Launched by American surfing expert Jack Hebner, and run by Krishna devotees, the Kaliya Mardana Krishna Ashram, better known as the Ashram Surf Retreat at Mulki (30km north of Mangalore), promises yoga, ...
 Outlook Traveller2 weeks ago

People take charge: Calangute leads the way with a beach management committee

New People Government Participation (PGP) model of handling local issues established Committee to be registered by Tourism Department will send regular reports to Deputy Director Tourism Welcome to a whole new project model of participative ...
 Goa Herald1 month ago

20 top sea view accommodations:TripAdvisor

For those looking to take a holiday by the sea, TripAdvisor, the world's largest travel site, based on the reviews of its travellers in India and around the world, today released a list of 20 Most Popular Sea View Accommodations. The list is a ...
 Travel News7 hours ago
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