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City based schools in residential areas cause concern to residents

Every morning, Jayesh Naik living at Amrut Nagar, Sonsoddo-Gogal has to leave his home 45 minutes early to office only because if he does not plan his travel he will find his gate blocked by traffic. Traffic, created by parents who ignore the rules while dropping their children to a …

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Minister blames opponents, people for delays in works

Panjim: Blaming political opponents and people for creating hurdles in the way of development works, Public Works Department Minister Ramakrishna (Sudin) Dhavalikar on Tuesday announced that the State will not go ahead with the projects, where the objections are raised by the people.” The Minister named the ‘Western Bypass’ as …

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State to witness heavy showers this week

Panaji:The India Meteorological Department (IMD) said that the state is “very likely” to receive heavy rainfall at isolated places for the next four days. The weather department has said that an offshore trough moving along the west coast from Goa to Kerala could result in “heavy to very heavy showers” …

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Encroachments stand tall as authorities fight amongst themselves

Even as the Maharaj casino ticketing counter continues to dot the captain of Ports jetty in the capital city, the authorities seem to be busy involved in a blame game. After an uproar in social media and a subsequent petition, the authorities seemed to be fighting amongst themselves as to …

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MLAs raise concerns over Western Bypass road works

Margao: With Goa getting its first streak of pre-monsoons showers there are concerns in the low lying areas of Seraulim, Mungul and Nuvem especially with the road works for the Western Bypass underway and with no provisions whatsoever made by the contractors NG-Tarmat. Benaulim MLA Churchill Alemao, led by his …

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Mining dependents reiterate demand to resume operations

Panjim: Failing to get any assurance from the State government, mining dependents have decided to hold a massive protest march to the Legislative Assembly during its monsoon session scheduled next month, pressing for their demand of immediate resumption of iron ore activities, which have been suspended since March 16. Hundreds …

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