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Verna industries contribute generously to local schools

Team B&C | NT While the Verna Industrial Estate receives the maximum support from the government, its members look to be equally generous in giving back to the state. Unit owners are currently on a mission to enhance the life of the neighbouring villages by upgrading educational facilities in nearby local schools. Several members of the Verna industrial estate association …

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Demand for commercial real estate to pick up, say experts

At a time when India’s housing market is yet to recover from a prolonged slump, demand for commercial real estate has continued to grow with several large institutional investors pouring big investments into the segment. “India is a multi-decade story for Brookfield and not a five year story. We have a large footprint in India but we still call ourselves …

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Why electoral reforms are overdue?

By DM Deshpande* India is about to host the world’s biggest electoral exercise shortly. It is also going to be the world’s costliest event. The US is believed to have spent $ 6.5 billion in it’s last presidential elections in 2016 while India is projected to spend US $7 billion or Rs 50,000 crores in the 17th Lok Sabha elections …

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Newton’s equity investment

By Tensing Rodrigues* One of the greatest physicists and mathematicians of all time, Isaac Newton’s discoveries and inventions widened the reaches of human thought and demonstrated the power of the scientific way of thinking. Newton’s three laws of motion set the foundation for modern classical mechanics. His discovery of the gravitational force gave man the ability to predict movements of …

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Huge scope for pure Ayurveda practitioners

The presence of a reputed college, hospital, research center is all a part of the solid ecosystem for Ayurveda in the state. Here PK Ghate, President, Bharateeya Sanskriti Prabodhini, speaks to Serilda Coutinho on range of issues. He says that, Ayurveda is the new medium for entrepreneurship for graduate students Q: Recently an Ayurveda youth festival was organised by the …

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Pat on the back for pet food

Business is surging for pet food store owners in the state as local pet population grows by leaps and bounds, finds out Serilda Coutinho

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Trump strikes trade terror

By Dr DM Deshpande   The hanging sword finally seems to have fallen on India; at least that is what America under Trump believes. On March 4, it’s trade representative announced the intention of the US Government to withdraw India from the list of trade beneficiaries (developing countries) under GSP (Generalized System of Preferences) program. While this might appear to …

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Pernem farmers show the way in paddy collection

The Pedne Taluka Shetkari Seva Society recently bagged an excellence award from National Cooperative Development Corporation, New Delhi. Bhiva Parab highlights the society’s achievement in encouraging farmers to do their best

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Consumer wins complaint against Haier Appliances

By Adv. Jatin Ramaiya* Ankush N Dhuri, resident of Valpoi Sattri, approached the Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum, North Goa complaining against Haier Appliances and Pathan Traders.

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The clouds on the horizon

By Tensing Rodrigues* Though it is not easily perceptible the economic consequences of the stoppage of mining in Goa seem to be going deep. The wearers probably know where the shoe is pinching.

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