GSM leader Subhash Velingkar hits out at BJP for not mentioning Mandovi river casinos in run-up to Panaji Assembly bypoll
The GSM, mentored by former Goa RSS chief Subhash Velingkar, has opposed the offshore casinos in Mandovi river and has asked that they be shifted from the river to deep in the Arabian Sea
Shiv Sena has geared up to strengthen party for general elections next year and will contest Lok Sabha seats in Goa in alliance with GSM
Niira Radia’s deposition proved to be a damp squib in the quest for answers
Airtel only incumbent operator to add subscribers in September, rest lost more than 29 lakh customers: COAI
Telenor, which is in the process of merger with Airtel, lost 9.37 lakh subscribers.
TRAI data shows, the number of telephone subscribers in India increased from 1,204.98 million at the end of May 2017 to 1,210.84 million at the end of June.
Sebi has told the exchanges, out of the list of shell companies, if securities of any of the listed company are under suspension, the trading in such securities shall be placed under stage four of the GSM directly on revocation of suspension
TRAI said continuation of access services is now no longer "assured" due to market-based spectrum management.
The number of telephone subscribers in India increased from 1,194.58 million at the end of March 2017 to 1,198.89 million at the end of April 2017, thereby showing a monthly growth rate of 0.36 percent, data released by the sector regulator showed here on Tuesday.
BSNL has said it will roll out 4G services in select towns and cities of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana telecom circles in the current financial year.
Goa Election 2017 Results: Congress races ahead of BJP with 17 seats, post-poll alliances to play definitive role
Goa has a history of hung Assemblies. Thursday's exit polls had projected a hung assembly in Goa, with BJP likely to lead the table.
Goa Exit Polls 2017: BJP managed to get a majority of 21 seats alone in 2012, but may need help from smaller parties this time
The exit polls released on Thursday projected a win for BJP in the 40-seat Goa Assembly. The exit polls put Congress in the second lead and predicted that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) might not repeat its Delhi success in Goa.
Pollsters seem to be divided over the election outcome in Goa. While the India Today-My Axis Poll predicts a clear majority for BJP, the Huffpost-CVoter predicts a hung Assembly.
Just ahead of the Goa Assembly polls, Velingkar-led GSM announced a grand alliance with the Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) and Shiv Sena, who were the BJP's allies.
With the entry of Aam Admi Party, the fight for February 4 Assembly election in Goa has become a four-cornered contest where the ruling BJP is eyeing another term and facing challenge from Congress and some new players.
Sharpening his attack on Manohar Parrikar, RSS rebel and Goa Suraksha Manch founder Subhash Velingkar on Thursday said the defence minister is desperate to be back in Goa, amid speculations of his possible return as chief minister if BJP secures a fresh mandate in 4 February polls.
The BJP strategy appears to be to insulate Modi from any possible blame for defeat in Goa. Putting Parrikar as the party’s go-to-man in Goa, thus puts BJP in a win-win situation.
For a state known for its casinos, the 4 February Goa Assembly elections are shaping up like a game of poker, with more than 10 political parties in the fray and all of them holding their cards close to their chests.
The spotlight is now on five personalities for Goa Assembly Election 2017, each of whom is playing a defining role as 4 February looms closer.
With the process of the week-long filing of nominations scheduled to start from 11 January for the ensuing Goa State Legislative Assembly Election, scheduled for 4 February, fissures have come to the fore within the state unit of Goa’s principal Opposition Congress party.
The Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP), Goa Suraksha Manch (GSM) and Shiv Sena announced formation of a grand alliance for the upcoming Goa Legislative Assembly elections.