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PM, GoM assure Parrikar of solution to mining imbroglio

Panaji: Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar on Tuesday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Group of Ministers (GoM) headed by Union Minister for Shipping Nitin Gadkari in New Delhi and discussed the mining matter to find a solution through legal means for early resumption of mining activity in the state. A …

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Heel To Heal’ relaunched

Panaji: Health Minister Vishwajit Rane, on Monday, relaunched ‘Heel To Heal,’ Goa government’s comprehensive newborn screening programme after a gap of five years, which will enable the medical practitioners in identifying metabolic disorders amongst the infants and taking measures to ensure the babies lead a healthy life. Goa was the …

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Mamlatdar inspects houses, mining pits at Maulingtad

Bicholim: Taking cognisance of a Herald report, the Bicholim Mamlatdar, Pravinjay Pandit on Monday inspected the houses and the mining pits at Maulingtad, Sanquelim and directed the mining company to take necessary measures to prevent any tragedy. It may be recalled that Herald had mentioned in its report the danger …

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Branded liquor worth Rs 9 L seized at Keri check post

Valpoi: Excise Department officials seized a vehicle carrying branded alcohol to Karnataka illegally, on Thursday.According to excise officials, the vehicle was carrying alcohol from Goa without permit and was stopped at Keri check post in Sattari. “We have seized a vehicle carrying 309 cases of branded alcohol like whisky, Royal …

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Mamlatdar to inspect mining pits and affected houses in Maulingtad

Bicholim: Taking serious note of the report published in Herald about the residents of Maulingtad in Sanquelim fearing flooding due to breach of mining pits, the Bicholim Mamlatdar has ordered an inspection of the site on August 6. Herald reported that the residents and the councilor of Sanquelim Municipal Council, …

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Unsafe roundabout to come up at Dabolim’s killer junction

Dabolim: In a bizarre development, the killer Vales junction on National Highway No 566 (earlier NH 17-B) is being reopened with a roundabout as NHAI authorities have buckled under public pressure. The junction that has claimed more than 8 lives and was closed down with a meter wide concrete median …

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Trawler owners protest queue system at Cutbona; not to venture into sea today

Margao: Protesting the queue system put in by the Fisheries Department at Cutbona jetty, trawler owners on Wednesday declared that they would not venture into the sea on Thursday (August 2). On Wednesday morning, officials of the Fisheries Department headed by Deputy Director Chandrakant Velip arrived at the jetty and …

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Civil society condemns attempts to threaten freedom of expression

Panjim: Civil society members, coming together under the banner of Dakshinayn Abhiyan on Wednesday in Panjim, demanded a police investigation against Sanathan Saunstha, after noted writer Damodar Mauzo received threats to his life from fundamentalist forces involved in the murder of journalist Gauri Lankesh. The Abhiyan members condemned the cowardly …

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