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Two held for flesh trade at Dona Paula

PANAJI: Panaji town police informed that they have on Saturday arrested two persons in connection with a sex racket and rescued four girls while they were at a spot in Dona Paula. A decoy customer was sent to bust the racket.

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Pai Tiatrist was a visionary: Rafael

PANAJI: Dr Rafael Fernandes said Pai Tiatrist -- Joao Agostinho Fernandes, was a visionary and hence saw that Konkani tiatr scripts as well as songs were preserved for posterity and thus, produced the first Konkani gramophone record, the centenary of which is being celebrated this year.

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We want to promote tourism through music: Singh

PANAJI: Sunburn is an exclusively music of the fans, by the fans and for the fans and we want to promote tourism through music and we got unflinching support from the government, said the joint managing director of Perception Limited, Mr Shailendra Singh.

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Gold, silver items worth Rs 11 lakh stolen from Quitla temple

MARGAO: In a major burglary that took place in the temple of Shri Shantadurga Quitlikarin Devasthan at Quitla-Fatorpa on the intervening night of December 25-26, gold and silver items and cash, all amounting to ` 11 lakh, ten thousand were stolen by burglars.

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St Jose de Areal resident granted bail

MARGAO: Anthony Travasso, a resident of St Jose de Areal, who was arrested by Maina Curtorim police in an attempted murder case of Ms Chaya Chawan, 30 and her 16-year-old niece, Puja Chawan, was granted conditional bail by children’s court.

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Southee demolishes Pakistan with hat-trick

AUCKLAND: Tim Southee claimed a hat-trick and Martin Guptill scored a rapid half-century as New Zealand beat Pakistan by five wickets on Sunday in the first Twenty20 cricket international.

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Easy wins for GSA, Al Fatah

PANAJI: Dempo Cricket Club failed to impress again as they were handed a 5-wicket defeat by Goa Sports Academy in their second match of GPL Twenty20 tournament at GCA Academy grounds, Porvorim on Sunday.

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Tamil Tigers win 3-a-side tie-breaker

PANAJI: Tamil Tigers, Marna Siolim defeated St Sebastian Boys, Mapusa to win the world 3-a-side tie-breaker tournament organised by London Goans Sports council-London, UK and held at Duler grounds recently.

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Portais hold GUSA

PANAJI: Hosts Portais Sporting Club held Goa United Sports Academy, Calangute to a goalless draw in under-14 X’mas exhibition soccer match played at Don Bosco school grounds, here. GFA member (Ilhas Zone) and Sporting Clube de Goa manager, Mr Anju Albuquerque was the chief guest while Special Judicial Magistrate (North Goa), Ms Maria Mascarenhas was the guest of honour.

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No solution as yet to Quepem ‘death roads’

By Shyam Zambauliker | NT

Even as state government has indicated that it is very serious about curbing accidents occurring in the areas having concentration of mining traffic and stringent measures are in the offing, several number of fatal and minor accidents are still on the rise in Quepem-Curchorem areas.

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