PANJIM: Making a pitch for compulsory ‘Green Building’ Concept for government, commercial and hotel projects with built up area of 2000 sq mtrs and above, the Town and Country Planning (TCP) Minist

Panaji: The state government has observed that ground thruthing, ground verification of high tide line (HTL) and survey map is not being carried out by the National Centre for Sustainable Coastal M

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Sagardeep Sirsaikar & Others Vs. Goa Coastal Zone Management Authority & Others dated 01/10/2018 regarding construction of an illegal structure for commercial purpose for running bar and restaurant, in violation of CRZ Notification, 2011. The construction was within the prohibited distance from the High Tide Line (HTL) from the sea and also within the prohibited distance from the river and no prior approval was taken from the authority.

MARGAO: The proceedings of 11th board meeting of the present Mormugao Port Trust (MPT) board states that the time slot for each speaker will be limited and repetition of subject will not be permitt

While shack owners have something to cheer about on World Tourism Day, environmentalists suffer another loss in their battle to save the ecology.

Panaji: The National Institute of Technology (NIT), Goa, has received funding of Rs 497 crore from the Union human resource development (HRD) ministry for construction of the first phase of its per

PANJIM: The St Cruz residents raised their pitch to save Bondvol Lake from being lost to “unplanned development and land sharks” by holding a special meeting on Sunday evening near the church.

PANJIM: The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has remanded a matter to the Goa Coastal Zone Management Authority (GCZMA) to decide whether Baina village be declared as a fishing village in terms of CRZ

PANJIM: Goa government has assured to expeditiously look into the pending draft report on the Mental and Health Policy, released by Goa State Commission for Protection of Child Rights in February t

PANAJI: Conceding that the proposed expansion of the Mormugao Port Trust (MPT) could affect fishery resources and coral reefs at Grande Island, the environment impact assessment (EIA) report for th

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