Rabbits costing Rs 800 each in panaji, goa

In addition to being kept as pets , in many places, rabbits are kept for their meat and fur. However the price of rabbits varies greatly.
In Mumbai a shop was selling a rabbit for Rs 200
However in goa, a pet shop said that the rabbit would cost Rs 800 each
In panaji, the prices of many pets are higher than in other places, however pet buyers are forced to purchase the pets locally as transporting by air is not feasible for larger pets like cats, dogs, birds
Additionally in some areas of panaji, criminal trespassing by government employees and other stray animals like cats , rats is a major problem, so keeping an expensive pet in a home, which is empty for longer periods, can be a major problem.

Government employees allegedly steal red eared slider turtle in panaji, goa

In keeping with the rising crime rate in panaji, goa, a red eared slider turtle which was purchased approximately 6 months ago is missing, allegedly stolen by the intelligence and security agencies in the area, who have earlier entered the house using duplicate keys, abusing their powers.
The turtle was present on 19 March 2018, however on 20 March 2018 at around 4 pm the turtle has disappeared
The area in which the turtle was kept has been searched, however there is no sign of the turtle anywhere,
Usually if a fish dies, the dead fish will remain in the tank, however in this case there was no trace of the dead turtle, indicating that it has been stolen using duplicate keys.
Any information about the stolen red eared turtle, name, address of the person who has stolen the turtle will be appreciated. Reward offered for details of the turtle robber in panaji, goa

Goa government launches a scheme for encouraging pig breeding

Goa has a higher population of Christians and Muslims who eat beef compared to other states in India . However with cow slaughter being banned in many states in India, or under scrutiny, beef supplies in the state are being affected.
Recently the media reported that a jeep carrying beef from belgavi to goa was seized for not having required permissions.
So to overcome the beef shortage problem in goa, the government has launched a scheme for encouraging pig breeding as pork is a good source of protein.
The pigs also breed quickly.
Incentives are being offered for pig breeding to farmers.
However this offer is only available for farmers in rural areas.