Football is a beautiful game which is celebrated across the world. It is also the game where you can earn the most. But only a few pass through. Besides beaches and sands, Goa is highly associated with football. The Goa Football Association which was called as Associação de Futebol de Goa was founded in 1959 during the Portuguese era. Since then we love football like we love our fish with rice. With the foundation of Hero ISL, new doors of opportunity have opened for the aspiring Goan players to make their passion a profession. We have one such champion among us who, at the age of 8 learnt to play football, and at the age of 18 created history by being the first to graduate from Sporting Clube de Goa (SCG) 2 years back. Meet Akeraj Martins, a young boy from Goa who aspires to make his way in the ISL matches and further represent India for the World Cup.
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The chaotic situation concerning governance in all departments of the Goa government is quite evident. With the absence of CM Manohar Parrikar since January this year due to ill-health, the governing bodies are at loose ends with no authoritarian leader to address the issues. In March this year, BJP government in Goa completed one year, but there were no celebrations due to Parrikar's absence.
The Hospitality industry is booming in Goa despite the falling tourist count the number of hotels and guest houses is mushrooming across the state. But while the business is growing so the illegalities. In one of the recent survey done by Travel and Tourism Association of Goa (TTAG), it has been revealed that there are more than 300 illegal guest houses are operational in Goa, the actual figure may be much more though.
Goa has become a hub for the migrants to settle down and change their names with Goan origin and recently the frequency of changing names has increased drastically. It takes just a release of an advertisement in the newspaper with and a lawyer who guides this process to change the name and to stop this malpractice the Goa government have come up with the strict warnings for the people who change their names illegally and most probably this will reduce the ongoing rampant process.
Perhaps this is how life ends for the people who do not have anybody looking after them in old age. Padmashri Radhakrishna, a 56-year-old lady was supposedly staying alone in an apartment at Porvorim following the death of her husband. She had no children and relatives who could take care of her and it is only when her skeletal remains were found in her flat, the reality of the scenario was exposed.
The new concept of Popup Bar introduced by the Drishti Services in association with some beach shacks in North Goa gives away a free beer to everyone who gets the beach trash like used cigarette buds and caps of beer bottles, so if you are planning to head over to the beach in the North Goa area, make sure to pick up your free beer this time.
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There is a lot of hues and cry about the Goans not getting the jobs on the social media platform, many NGOs and social media groups are raising the voice on Goans not getting the employment in the Government and other sectors in Goa while outsiders are easily getting employed to combat that the Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant on Wednesday announced that in 6 months time, a Labour and Employment Policy would be drafted in the State, with a focus on reserving a certain percentage of jobs for Goans, in the private sector, along with ensuring job security.
It is very sad but true, the out of control behaviour of the Goa’s local taxi operators have crossed all the boundaries of the business ethics and now they seem to be ready to reach at any level to stop the App-based taxi service in Goa, and to that they have now started threatening the GoaMiles Taxi drivers in the presence of their passengers.