New sand import policy unveiled in Puducherry

By Accommodation Times Bureau PUDUCHERRY A new policy to import sand was unveiled by the Puducherry government on Tuesday to smooth the construction activity in the wake of shortage of raw material in the UT cum state. An official release said that under the new policy, the 'Puducherry Import of Sand, Transportation and

Land Rates fixed by Government of Goa

By Accommodation Times Bureau 17/1/Fixation of Land Rates/2012-RD/5004 In exercise of the powers conferred under sub-rule (3) of Rule 4 of the Goa Stamp (Determination of True Markat Value of Property) Rules, 2003, the Government of Goa is pleased to issue statement of minimum Land Rates as follows for the year 2013-14 which shall come into effect from

Co-operative Housing Society Tribunal at Goa

Accommodation Times Bureau Sec 137. Seat of the Co-operative Tribunal.— (1) The seat of the Goa Co-operative Tribunal shall be at Panaji, but the co-operative tribunal may sit at any other place convenient for the transaction of the business, which the President, with the approval of the State Government, may, by general or special

Society Transfer fees is just Rs1000/- and 1% in Goa

By Accommodation Times Bureau Sec 134. Fees and premium for transfer of shares or interest of the member.— (1) A member whose application for transfer of shares and occupancy right in the property of the society is accepted by the society shall pay transfer fees not exceeding Rs. 1,000/- as may be provided in

Goa, tourist hotspot becomes new realty hub

By Accommodation Times Bureau Goa: The most preferable tourist spot Goa among the Indian as well as foreigners is now became a realty destination for home seekers. In past couple of years city has witnessed of rise in property demands. According to the several markets experts, Goa is luring to the


Who would believe that Goa, once a tourist haven, a hype of fashion, a flamboyant and vibrant state of music, culture and scenic and oceanic beauty is dwindling to lack of inspiration and neglect ? If one remembers the Goa of yesteryears. The hotels and beaches were full to capacity.