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Salgaocar thrash AIFF, Churchill supreme

PANAJI: Salgaocar Sports Club registered an impressive 5-0 win over debutants AIFF XI in a round 4 tie of the I-League at Nehru stadium, Fatorda on Saturday.

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Natasha bags Sportsmanship Award

By Sudhakar Shanbhag | NT
PANAJI: Dempo Goodwill Brand Ambassador and Goa’s teenage tennis sensation, Natasha Palha did her country and sponsor proud by clinching the ‘IC Sportsmanship Award’ of the Tournament at the IC World-wide 16 & under Junior Challenge Finals 2010 - a hard court event, held at R K Khanna stadium, Africa Venue-New Delhi from December 13-17.

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Goa restrict HP

PANAJI: Despite a fine century by Aniket Kalsi (124), Goa did well to restrict Himachal Pradesh to 277 all out on the opening day of their four-day Cooch Behar U-19 cricket match  at GCA Academy grounds, here on Saturday.

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MX title beckons Allan

PANAJI: Ace Goan rider and national Supercross champion, Allan Sequeira is almost assured of the title in Foreign Open Class MX-2 as the third and final round of TVS Sports & Tourism Goa Gold Cup MX-Championships 2010, is all set to unveil its thrills and spills at the Gomes Race Track under the joint tutelage of Goa Motor Sports Association (GMSA) and FMSCI, at Anna-Vaddo in Candolim on Sunday at 3pm.

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CM rules out dropping any minister from cabinet

PANAJI: The Chief Minister, Mr Digambar Kamat has categorically denied that he has received any intimation as regards to removal of any of the representatives of the Nationalist Congress Party in his cabinet.

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Princess’ removal now faces customs hurdle

PANAJI: The process for removal of River Princess has now encountered the customs ‘hurdle.’ As the ship is a foreign-registered vessel, its scrap would attract customs duty and the authorities need to take immediate steps to address the issue.

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Cabinet nod to health insurance scheme

PANAJI: The state cabinet on Friday gave its approval to the implementation of the Swarna Jayanti Arogya Bima Yojana (Golden Jubilee Health Insurance Scheme) by which five members of a family would be covered for medical expenses to the tune of Rs 60,000 per annum. It also gave nod to the implementation of a scheme to help traditional businesses and occupations.

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