Sun, surf and suffering: The cash crunch is ruining the holiday mood in Goa
International tourists on pre-booked vacations have had it the roughest.
In Goa, BJP grows alarmed at the prospect of new saffron alliances splitting its vote share
The emergence of an RSS splinter group changes the dynamics of next year's assembly polls.
BJP government drive to make Goa cashless runs into resistance from its own party members
State party unit wants December 30 deadline done away with, cautioning against angering traders.
Demonetisation: Income Tax notice to Catholic Church in Goa kicks up a political controversy
The Archdiocese of Goa was given less than a day to provide details of cash in hand.
Enraged by an ownership change, passionate FC Goa fans are celebrating the team’s recent dismal form
The Deltin Corp casino group picked up 65% of FC Goa’s stake in July this year and fans have made their displeasure known.
Should Goa or Delhi run the International Film Festival of India? The plot thickens
The event is the source of a running argument between the Entertainment Society of Goa and the Directorate of Film Festival over creative control.
In Goa's spas, Northeastern women work under fear of sexual assault, salary cuts
A dozen therapists with a leading spa quit en mass in August, saying they were forced to make house visits and attend parties.
As Modi makes speech in Goa asking for more time to fix economy, tourism sector feels the pinch
Travel plans have been cut short and itineraries have gone awry, hurting business at restaurants and markets.