Wednesday 29 November 2023

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Is Modi's Niti Aayog originally ManMohan's brainchild?

Is Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Niti Aayog actually the brainchild of his predecessor and Congress Prime Minister Man Mohan Singh? READ

No foreign junkets, 20% cut on Govt Exp

Ahead of drafting of the new budget, Goa government has banned all foreign tours and asked departments to take up austerity measures in order to inject more fiscal responsibility in the state economy. READ

Petrol in Goa to cost more - Rs 56/litre

Though still less than other states, petrol will now cost more in Goa – around Rs 56 per litre – from 1 January. READ

Don't cry for me, Goa!

End-November 2004: the 35th edition of the Indian Film Festival of India (IFFI) is for the first time being held in Goa. Sceptics — who are as easy to find as taverns — wonder aloud ... READ

Competition Comsn penalises Goa's Chemists' Association

The Competition Commission of India (CCI) has imposed penalty of Rs 10.62 lakhs on the Chemist and Druggists Association, Goa (CDAG) for indulging in anti-competitive practices. READ

Dear RBI, May I buy property in India?

The Goa government has clarified on Thursday that under the extant rules and regulations, an Indian citizen resident outside India may acquire immovable property in India other than agricultural land, plantation or a farm house. ... READ

Reliance on Corporates created unemployment: Bhaduri

The successful Indian growth story suffered a setback as the rate of employment generation remained stagnated due to reliance of the erstwhile Manmohan Singh regime on corporate houses, according to noted economist Amit Bhaduri. READ

Goa ministers spent Rs 19 Cr holidaying abroad: CAG expose by CNN-IBN

After the recent controversy over Goa ministers being sent on a study tour to Brazil for the World Cup, CNN-IBN has now learnt that several ministers in the Goa government have been globe trotting in ... READ

Goa demands CST share of Rs 300 Cr with Jaitley

The Goa government has urged the Centre to give the state its share of pending dues since 2011, which amounts to around Rs 300 crore. READ