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Goa Dairy’s official works come to a standstill as RCS seizes documents

Ponda: Implementing the order issued by the High Court of Bombay at Goa on Tuesday to keep in safe custody the documents of the Goa Dairy, officials of the Registrar of Cooperative Societies (RCS) on Wednesday seized all the documents bringing the dairy’s official work to a standstill. As per …

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Zuari bridge safe, reiterates PWD

Vasco: Officials of the public works department (PWD) have ruled out danger to the motorists plying on the Zuari Bridge following an inspection in the presence engineers from IIT, Bombay on Monday. The inspection was held in view of rumours of cracks developing to the bridge, pictures of which had …

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It is essential to know students before knowing syllabus: Sinha

Panaji: Governor Mridula Sinha, praising the work of teachers in the educational field, said that it is essential to know the students before knowing the syllabus, as it is depended on a teacher how to mould a child. The Governor shared her lifelong teaching experience with the audience and guided …

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Salgaocar College cell campaigns for Kerala flood relief at Old Goa

Old Goa: The Free Legal Aid Cell of V M Salgaocar College, Miramar operating at Old Goa Panchayat carried out a Kerala relief fund campaign. They accepted contribution in the form of food products and handed over the same to the Panjim Malayali Association at St Cruz. The Old Goa …

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Cashew tree crashes on 2 houses at Dabel

Canacona: Property worth over Rs 2 lakh was damaged when a huge cashew tree came crashing down on two houses at Dabel, Poinguinim on Wednesday. However, no one was injured. Roof tiles and rafters of both the houses were damaged. The timely action of the Canacona Fire Service personnel helped …

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Officials inspect Valpoi town for traffic arrangements

Valpoi: The Valpoi Municipal Council along with RTO, traffic and officials from mamlatdar’s office inspected the town to make necessary traffic arrangements during festive season. Valpoi Municipal Council vice chairperson Sayyad Sarfaraz said that it has taken all steps to regulate traffic movement and urged the concerned authorities to immediately …

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Give him more powers

Panjim: In what appears to be a growing deadlock between the City Commissioner Ajit Roy and the Councillors of the Corporation of the City of Panaji (CCP), the Council on Thursday debated the lack of powers with the Mayor and demanded greater control of the corporation’s administration through Mayor. During …

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