The territory of "Goa, Daman and
Diu" was administered as a single union territory until 1987, when Goa was
granted statehood, leaving Daman and Diu as a separate union territory. Each
enclave constitutes one of the union territory's two districts. Daman and Diu are approximately 650 kilometres
away from each other by road.
The use of Portuguese (the early
colonial import) is in decline and relegated to home use or as a liturgical
language as it is no longer taught in schools. It is also no longer used by the
media and it is not endorsed by the government. Standard Portuguese exists in
continuum while Daman and Diu Portuguese is
spoken by about 10,000–12,000 people in Daman.
The states domestic product for Daman and Diu in 2005 was estimated
at 156 million US dollars at current prices.
In Daman, the most popular schools are
Institute of Our Lady of Fátima located in Moti Daman; Coast Guard Public
School in Nani Daman; Sarvajanik Vidyalaya in Nani Daman; Shri Macchi Mahajan
High School in Nani Daman; and other government institutions. There is also
Daman College which has most of the educational facilities.
Daman and Diu are connected by roads, and are 12 km
from Vapi, 125 km from Surat, and 150 km from Mumbai. Vapi railway station on
the Western Railway is
the station nearest to Daman, and connects to all major cities. Diu Airport has commercial air
services, while Daman Airport has
an Indian Navy air base.
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