Pollution Board notice to casino ships fails to impress greens
Accuse the board of never playing proactive role

Goa State Pollution Control Board today issued show cause notices to off-shore casino operators to explain how they dispose off garbage and sewage from the vessels.

Sources said that the notices were issued based on discussion witnessed in the recently held session of Goa Assembly where the issue of licences issued to them was hotly debated.

Minister for Fisheries Joaquim Alemao has stated that the government has decided to increase the length of Malim fish jetty by 50 metres at a cost of Rs 3.65 crore.

Who granted approval for the construction of concrete piles erected in the middle of the river Mandovi which is providing anchorage to the casino vessel

Inspite of surplus water and one of the world's richest traditions of managing it, India's water crisis has reached critical levels, an author of a new book on the subject has warned. Goa is one of the places former business and environmental journalist Nitya Jacob has studied in what he called an "ecological travelogue' across the Indian subcontinent, focused on water.