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Old February 7th, 2010, 03:36 AM   #21
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Two airports likely for Goa

Tourists who come from across the world to laze around in the balmy beaches of Goa will now have another attraction — it will have not one but two airports. The cabinet will soon take up a proposal to let the existing Indian Navy airport to operate even after the new airport in north Goa comes up.

“We are in favour of operating the existing as well as the proposed airport. The state government and the Navy, which owns the existing airport, are also in favour of operating both the airports,” said a senior civil aviation ministry official who did not want to be identified.
A new airport is being built at Mopa near the Maharashtra border on Goa’s northern tip with private participation. The existing airport, owned by the Navy and operated by the Airport Authority of India (AAI), is situated at Dabolim in south Goa. At present, the Goa airport handles 2.7 million passengers annually.

This will be first instance when an old airport will continue to operate even after a new airport has been built. The old airports in Bangalore and Hyderabad, for instance, were closed because they could have impacted the earnings of the new airports.

In Goa, there was resistance to shifting the commercial airport to the north as it would have impacted tourism in the south. Hence, the need was felt to keep both the airports going.

A new airport was needed in Goa as the present airport cannot be upgraded to handle the higher traffic Goa is expected to attract in the near future. Also, there is no scope for construction of a cargo area.

The government plans to build 35 new airports across the country. New airports in Sikkim and Karnataka are scheduled to come up in the next two years. Airports at Navi Mumbai and Sindhudurg in Maharashtra, one each in Kerala, West Bengal, Arunachal Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh (for cargo) have been accorded in-principle approval.

Further, proposals for setting up of three new airports in Maharashtra, one each in Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Puducherry, Nagaland and Rajasthan have been received, apart from the proposal to set up a cargo airport in Haryana.

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Old September 7th, 2010, 12:45 AM   #27
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3 pig iron plants in state cease operations
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PANAJI: Karnataka's refusal to issue permits to trucks transporting iron ore from the state to Goa since last week, has forced three pig iron plants in Goa to temporarily cease operations from Monday evening. It is feared that seven more units adversely affected by this move will also be forced to shut shop.

"Units manufacturing pig iron and sponge iron use high grade iron ore available in Karnataka as their only raw material. Though Karnataka lifted the ban on heavy vehicles carrying iron ore from entering district highways, they have now stopped issuing permits to trucks plying with iron ore altogether. Due to this, some units have been closing down," industries committee chairman of Goa Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) Manguirish Pai Raikar said.

Raikar added, "Of the 10 pig iron and sponge iron plants, Goa Sponge and Power, Aparant Iron and Steel and Shradha Ispat have informed us that they are ceasing operations from Monday evening until the problem is solved. We request the Goa government to look into the issue and take it up seriously with officials in Karnataka."

Almost 5,000 tonnes of iron ore are brought into the state everyday for use by pig and sponge iron plants. By stopping the issue of permits to trucks, industries that rely on this ore have been badly affected with most units in Goa being able to obtain just one permit allowing them to bring about 3,700 tonnes of iron ore to the state, said industry sources.

Karnataka had banned the movement of heavy vehicles through Karwar district highway on May 22 which resulted in the complete stoppage of iron ore supply to these units. The move was done "with a view to help maintain roads and ensure road safety for the public during the monsoon". The order was implemented last Saturday due to which no trucks carrying high grade iron ore have been arriving in Goa. The movement of trucks has been prohibited up to September 30.

GCCI authorities and plant officials have repeatedly been meeting their counterparts in Karnataka in a bid to explain that iron ore imported by Goan units from Karnataka is purely for the manufacture of pig iron and sponge iron, and not for export or related activities.
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The above article assures me that the nation's wealth is not getting looted.

Goa is not a state to be believed,most of the illegal miners ship out their ore through Goa,GOK must come down heavily on the mafia.Goa known for its crime is nothing new to us.Illegal activities galore in Goa.
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Old January 21st, 2011, 01:50 AM   #28
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Ukrainians go on winter holiday - to Goa!

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Kiev, Jan 20 (IANS) Fun-loving Ukrainians are heading to Goa in big numbers. The Indian holiday destination is a clear favourite, with Ukraine's flag carrier operating two packed direct flights to the state every week - the only airline in Eastern Europe to do so.

'Goa for us is a dream. It is on the radar screen for well-to-do tourists in Ukraine. The big publicity campaign in the Ukrainian media plus by word of mouth has created a big curiosity for Goa,' said Tanya Zinevera, a Ukrainian who was seeking an Indian visa, told this visiting IANS correspondent.


'The profile of India has also gone up by many notches. One can't go to Thai beaches again and again. There should be some change.'


Once the poorest part of Eastern Europe, Ukraine has regained some economic muscle in the last few years and for people keen to move to warm places in the harsh winter, Goa is a winner.


One can observe long lines in front of the Indian embassy every day, seeking visas. The embassy has limited staff and limited space to cater to the huge demand even though Indian Ambassador Jyoti Pande and the head of the visa section, Amit Verma, do their best.


Some 14,000 visas are being issued annually by the Indian embassy. Earlier, the number seldom crossed 10,000.


To meet the demands, the Ukrainian International Airways (UIA) has started two direct flights a week from Kiev to Goa. Its flights are packed to capacity. It is the only airline in Eastern Europe which has direct flights to Goa. The airline is using American Boeing planes on this sector.


People from other parts of Eastern Europe, particularly from Poland and Romania, get encouraged to travel to Goa via Kiev.


In the past, there were some other chartered flights to Goa from Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, but those flights were not a great success as Lithuania is a very small Baltic country.
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Forty-metre high tower with viewing gallery for tourists at Baga in Goa

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A 40-m high, 18-m diameter tower with a viewing gallery for 500 tourists at a height of 27 m is a novelty being planned by the Department of Tourism near Baga beach in Goa, according to a Times of India report. Official sources said that the Centre has already approved the state's proposal for the viewing tower at Baga and even sanctioned Rs 5 crore for the project. The balance amount for the project will be provided by the state government.

The concrete tower will be built on land belonging to the Goa Tourism Development Corporation and over the existing Sulabh toilet. The tower will have two lifts, each with a capacity of 20 people, to take tourists up to the viewing gallery from where they will get a panoramic view of Baga and Calangute beach and the Arabian Sea. But 27 m is the maximum height where tourists will be allowed in the viewing gallery. Above that the tower will be embellished with architectural features "to enhance its beauty", sources said.

Tourists will be charged a nominal fee to go to the viewing gallery. This will earn the government some revenue that will be utilised for the maintenance of the tower and surrounding area, sources said.

The tower is just a part of the Tourism Department's plans for the overall development of Baga beach. The plans also include a proposal to beautify the Calangute-side of the Baga creek. The tTourism Department will also erect a railing along its edge, put benches and construct a footpath for the benefit of tourists.

Presently, there is only one road for entry and exit into Baga. The department has plans to build a new road on the eastern side of the parking lot to ease traffic congestion. The new road will connect to the road leading to Arpora and Anjuna. Also on the anvil are plans to connect the Calangute and Baga beaches with a jogger's track.
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Chopper tourism to lift off in Goa with six helipads

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PANAJI: A helipad alongside Panaji's Mandovi bridge and five more across the state, including at Colva and Old Goa, are set to launch helicopter tourism in Goa.Tourism director Swapnil Naik said the project-mooted unsuccessfully twice before-is banking on ` 3 crore funding from the state and central governments.

"The state government will prepare the infrastructure and will lease it to a company providing helicopter services," Naik said. The sites identified for the helipads are at Aguada, Ela-Old Goa, Panaji, Mollem, Tiracol and Colva. While the state has already made a budgetary provision of ` 1 crore for this financial year, the tourism director said, "We will also avail a scheme from the union government for funds of ` 2 crore."

Asked for the pricing of the sight-seeing helicopter rides, Naik said the state will not play a regulatory role. "It will be at the company's discretion. The state government will give it the freedom to decide on the pricing of packages," he said.
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Panaji: Goa to Launch e-tendering Initiative

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Panaji, May 26 (IANS) The Goa government Thursday is launching an e-tendering initiative, which will enable contractors to bid, compete and be paid for government work projects online, Chief Minister Digambar Kamat announced Thursday.

Unveiling the initiative to be serviced by the Karnataka State Electronics Development Corporation Limited (KEONICS), Kamat said that e-tendering would make the process transparent.

"Through this method, we will be able to achieve transparency. The contractors do not even have to come to the office to fill the tender, give the bill and even collect the payment," he said.

Kamat, who is chairman of the Goa State Infrastructure Development Corporation (GSIDC) - the agency which will be implementing the e-governance software - also said that the software was user-friendly and could be accessed globally.

"Any contractor from any part of the world will be able to fill the e-tender if he is eligible. It is a user friendly technology," he said, adding that the software followed norms of all public works department and central public works department (CPWD).

"The contractors will also be able to receive payments directly into their bank accounts. It would be bank to bank transaction," said GSIDC managing director Sanjit Rodrigues.
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Goa set to export record iron ore, say barge owners

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VASCO: Notwithstanding the ban imposed on transportation of cargo in Goa from Karnataka state, the Goa Barge Owners Association, an association of barge owners which operates 250 barges in the state, has set a record target of exporting 54.5 million tonnes iron ore. In the previous year, it had exported 53 million tonne iron ore.
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Goa to tie up with Nice, a French city, on tourism initiatives

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Spokesperson of Travel and Tourism Association of Goa (TTAG) Ralf DSouza said that being a premier tourist destination, there was a lot we could learn from the French. Paris and Nice are some of the most frequently visited cities by tourists. Having been able to successfully preserve it culture and heritage, visitors are given an opportunity to blend in with the lifestyle of the city and its people in its true and natural form," he said. "This initiative with France will surely lead to a healthy exchange of ideas and better cooperation between countries to ensure mutual benefits," he added. The state tourism department is also working towards attracting French tourists to Goa and has sought support from the French delegation for the same. In recent years Goa has received charter flights from France in addition to other European cities.
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Panaji: 'Land Crunch Could force Goa Builders to Look Outside'


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Panaji, June 8 (IANS) Land crunch in Goa could force real estate developers in the state to look for better options elsewhere in the country, an investment advisory firm said Wednesday.

Speaking to reporters after announcing the opening of a Goa branch of the Neostar Posiview Capital Advisors (NPCA), the firm's managing director Vineet Deo said the obvious areas for real estate majors from Goa were Pune or coastal Maharashtra.

"The real estate industry in Goa is facing a land crunch. The most obvious route for them is to look for other areas near Goa like Pune or coastal Maharashtra where volumes are high," Deo said.

Mega housing projects have faced stiff resistance in Goa from civil society groups who have objected to the fact that the real estate lobby has converted Goa into a market for investment-oriented second homes.

The Goa government was also forced to cancel seven special economic zone (SEZ) projects in 2008, several of which were promoted by real estate companies, in face of public opposition to the real estate intensive projects.

Deo also said that Goa's tourism industry players also needed to look at investment in other larger and developing tourism-oriented regions like Rajasthan and the beach belt of Maharashtra to replicate the success which tourism enterprises in Goa had attained over the years.

He added that Goa was a logical extension for small and medium enterprises (SME) because of the state's proximity to Mumbai, Pune and Bangalore.

"Goa being in close proximity to Mumbai, Bangalore and Pune has substantial growth potential in the SME industrial expansion space," Deo said.

"The fast-growing next generation of Goan entrepreneurs present tremendous excitement to investment bankers looking to take Goan businesses beyond its geographical boundaries," he added.
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Soon, a liner from Goa to Mumbai

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PANAJI: A passenger liner service from Goa to Mumbai and back, a new and larger maritime school in Britona and development of a minor port at Cortalim are three public-private-partnership (PPP) proposals that received the Goa government PPP committee's nod recently.

Captain of ports James Braganza, who initiated the projects, has forwarded the proposals for the cabinet's approval. Braganza said though the passenger liner service between Goa and Mumbai was stopped some years back, a few private parties sent proposals to the government offering to restart the service on a PPP model.

At the recent PPP committee meeting, it was suggested that the project be made more attractive by including point-to-point local ferry services for tourists along with mini-bus services where ferry service are not
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It was suggested that this could work on mother vesselfeeder vessel mode and could be offered to the operator as a package, as this would boost tourism in Goa. It was also suggested to make the project more lucrative by offering free usage of Panaji port for an initial period of three years without providing any further viability gap funding facility.

The PPP committee has advised the ports department to first obtain the cabinet's approval and then prepare a request for proposal ( RFP) document. The second proposal is to build a new, larger school with 12 new, advanced courses as per guidelines of the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers.
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MARGAO: The sanitary section of the Margao municipal council (MMC) is all set to embrace digital technology. Soon, all garbage compactors and trucks will be fitted with GPS (geo-positioning system)-based vehicle tracking devices (VTD) to ensure enhanced efficiency in garbage management of the city.

To mark the launch of the system on a pilot basis on Wednesday, a garbage compactor of the MMC was fitted with a VTD at the hands of the chairperson of MMC Sushila Naik in the presence of chief officer Prasanna Acharya. If everything works well, all other garbage compactors and trucks, numbering nearly 15, will be fitted with the VTDs shortly, sources informed.

A vehicle tracking system entails installation of an electronic device in a vehicle with custom-designed computer software at the control room to enable tracking of the vehicle's location and collecting data in real time. Speaking to TOI, Prasanna Acharya said that the VTDs would help the municipality in managing its men, material and resources in an efficient manner.

"We will be able to analyse the data collected through the GPS software of the movement of our vehicles which will further enable us to prepare a well-planned garbage collection system, sector-wise. The sanitary workers, aware that they are under surveillance, will perform their tasks effectively. Duplication of tasks will also be avoided through the use of this system," Acharya said.

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PANAJI: The state government is considering approaching the Supreme Court (SC) regarding phase IV of the four-laning of NH 17-B from Tariwada to Sada junction in Vasco to save demolition of about 78 houses, termed as encroachments.

While the government wants to prevent the demolitions, the high court has directed the government to hand over the stretch to the National Highways Authority of India ( NHAI) free from all encumbrances by June 30, 2011.

The four-laning of NH 17-B directly benefits the Mormugao Port Trust (MPT) as the widening is expected to boost the road connectivity to the port.

The issue was discussed at a high level meeting presided by chief minister Digambar Kamat on Wednesday and suggestions were made to approach the Supreme Court. Sources said that even as the law department has been asked to study the matter, a crucial meeting on the issue has been scheduled on Thursday and the MPT chairman has also been invited.

Sources said that the chief minister, revenue minister and Vasco MLA Jose Philip D'Souza and others inspected the site last week. Despite the court order, members of the government are desperately trying to save the encroachments as their demolition could alienate voters. Revenue officials have been directed to show how to divert the road in order to protect the houses. Questions were also asked why the road is needed since a new flyover will be constructed from Ravindra Bhavan to MPT's berth No. 9 of MPT. An opinion has been voiced that there is no need for the road when the flyover 'serves the full purpose of MPT'.

Sources said a high level team of officials has been asked to study the issue in view of the impending deadline set by the high court. Among the officials are revenue secretary S Kumaraswamy, Mormugao deputy collector Levinson Martins and PWD chief engineer J S Rego.
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Mapusa district hospital to be opened on Aug 15

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PANAJI: The state government on Wednesday filed an undertaking before the high court of Bombay at Goa that it would fully commission the new district hospital at Mapusa by August 15, 2011.

A division bench comprising Justice S A Bobde and Justice F M Reis had on June 7 directed the secretary of health to file an affidavit explaining the delay and also give an undertaking as to the date by which the hospital would be fully commissioned.

The secretary of health Rajeev Varma, who was present in the court on Wednesday, submitted the affidavit. Explaining the delay, he stated that the government had "further consultations" with the representatives of company Radiant Life Care Pvt Ltd for running the hospital on a private-public-participation (PPP) model.

The secretary has given an undertaking that the hospital would be fully commissioned on or before August 15, 2011. He also assured that the facilities presently being provided at the Asilo hospital will be provided in the new district hospital including facilities of ICU and trauma unit as directed by the court earlier.

While accepting the undertaking, the Bench made it clear that it "wont be able to accept any further delay and would be constrained to take action."

Earlier, advocate general (AG) Subodh Kantak had told the high court that the new district hospital at Mapusa would be fully commissioned by end of May. However, the government had failed to keep its promise. On June 7, when the matter came up for hearing, the court asked the secretary to explain the delay.

The district hospital issue came to light during the hearing of a public interest litigation filed by Prakash Sardessai complaining that the health care system in the state was below the prescribed standards. The court will hear the matter further on August 15, 2011.
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SLC verifies RP 2021 for 4 talukas

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PANAJI: The taluka level Regional plans 2021 of four more talukas, Bicholim, Sanguem, Mormugao and the newly carved out Dharbandora have been verified by the state level committee (SLC) and will be forwarded for approval at different government levels.

"SLC members have verified and finalized the plans," said senior town planner and SLC member S T Puttaraju. After some of the members-- who are out of the state for vacations-- sign the final print, the plans of the four talukas will be forwarded to town and country planning board for approval.

The plans will be notified after the government also endorses them. Goa Bachao Abhiyan has been demanding that they be re-issued for public scrutiny before the final notification.

RP 2021 plans of Pernem and Canacona in the first phase and Satari, Ponda and Quepem in the second one have been notified till date.

The TCP will also issue the regional plan for Goa (RP) 2021 (release two), which offers a perspective of policy matters along with the four taluka plans. The first one was released with Pernem and Canacona taluka level plans.

"Release 2 was debated twice and is under circulation among SLC members. This time (R-2), will focus on taluka-specific issues like mining, forests and tribals, as these three talukas have these issues in common," Puttaraju said.

At one stage, chief minister Digambar Kamat had announced that all taluka level plans would be ready by June 2011. However, the schedules were constantly revised and it is likely to take longer.

The three coastal talukas of Bardez, Tiswadi and Salcete with a total of 80-odd panchayats will be covered last. "The work of finalizing RP 2021 taluka level plans of Bardez and Tiswadi has already been started by SLC," Puttaraju said. The Release 3 for these talukas have different policy matters and guidelines.
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Mapusa hospital on PPP mode to benefit all

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PANAJI: Director of public private participation (PPP) cell and additional secretary, Goa government, Anupam Kishore, on Thursday said that running the new North Goa district hospital at Mapusa under PPP mode would be a win-win situation for the government and the public.

While all services would be provided free of cost to the patients by the service provider - Radiant Life Care Pvt Ltd., he said the government will pay the service provider around 15 crore which otherwise would have been double the cost if the government had to run the hospital with all the facilities the company will provide.

Talking to TOI, Kishore said that once the superspeciality wing begins operation, the state government will save on the cost incurred on Mediclaim. Patients under Mediclaim scheme, will not have to go outside the state, he said pointing out that the government will pay to the service provider for the treatment as per CGHS (central government health scheme) rates fixed by the Central government.

Stating that patients will not have to pay any fee for treatment or investigation, etc, Kishore said that for all the services, the state government will pay the firm as per CGHS rates. As per a rough estimate done, the cost for the state government will be around 15-16 crore per annum. If the government had to run the hospital, it would have incurred nearly 30 crore per annum considering the salary aspect, maintenance cost and purchase of equipment over the years.

The state government finalised Radiant earlier this week to manage and operate the hospital on lease for 20 years. The PPP director also claimed that the Goa model of PPP is different from the ones in operation in other parts of the country.

Health minister Vishwajit Rane at a press briefing on Thursday said that while the government was committed to opening up the new district hospital at Mapusa by August 15, his department is trying to make all basic facilities at the new Asilo hospital in 2 weeks. He said ICU and trauma unit will be functional at the new hospital by August 15.
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