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Goa has potential for food processing industry: Consul General of Japan

Vasco: Stating that food processing is an important and fast growing industry, the Consul General of Japan in India Ryoji Noda said that Goa has a good potential for setting up of food processing units. Noda was on a visit to the Mormugao Port Trust wherein he expressed keenness on …

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Industrial units in state charged lowest power tariff, reveals meet

Panaji: While industry in Goa is continuously finding fault with the power supply situation in the state, one thing it cannot complain about is the rate of tariff. A recent meeting between industry- electricity department and JERC officials revealed that, industrial units in the state are charged the lowest tariff …

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Chimbel, Tuem projects finally moving forward

Panaji: Although the government has not announced fresh dates for completion of the two major information technology (IT) projects in the state coming up at Chimbel and Tuem, it looks as if the projects are moving at last. Work on both the projects – the IT Park at Chimbel and …

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Alternate medicine gaining in popularity

Homeopathy: Homoeopathy is a system of alternative medicine developed over 200 years back by a German homeopath – Samuel Hahnemann and is based on the doctrine ‘like cures like’. It is a non-toxic system of medicine and as per World Health Organisation, is the second most widely used system of …

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Economic Scan

3-day training on jackfruit cultivation Panaji: The 3-day training programme on ‘jack fruit cultivation and value addition’ will be held from July 10 to July 12 from 10 am to 4 pm at ICAR, training hall, Old Goa. The programme is organised by the women’s wing of GCCI in association …

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Govt departments in Goa to soon go online for ‘Ease of Doing Business’

Soon after the return from his brief absence, Chief Minister, Manohar Parrikar is on the job. His first priority is to generate jobs. However, jobs can only be generated when there is business and industry flourishing in the State. The major concern for setting this apple cart right is to …

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‘Mutual funds in state is driven by remittances from non-resident Goans’

Panaji: Investments in mutual funds in Goa is being driven by remittances from non-resident Goans, according to officials of DSP Blackrock Mutual Fund. On Monday, Rohit Singhania, co –head, equities, DSP Blackrock, speaking to the media said that, while mining shutdown has a considerable impact on investment potential of the …

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State-level Workshop on Digitization of books held at Dhempe College of Arts & Science.

Panaji,  22nd June 2018: A day long state level workshop on Book Digitization & E-books was held at Dhempe College of Arts & Science, Miramar Goa,  Organized by college Library along with Information Science Department. The participants included the librarians & assistance librarians from Colleges & Universities across state of …

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Steep logistics cost hurting Goa’s appeal as mfg destination

Man lives on hope. It is a very strong emotion that can drive one a very long way. The Goan businessman is one such creature. Operating in a market generally devoid of positive sentiment can be tough and in a market that is so small, everyone has to look beyond …

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Vijai welcomes setting up of skilled development units in Goa

Panaji: The Minister for Town and Country Planning, Agriculture, Factories and Boilers, Vijai Sardesai welcomed the idea of All India Gem and Jewellery Domestic Council’s (GJC) for setting up of skill development units in Goa for skilling the local people as jewellery artisans which can help people to empower themselves …

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