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Sensex rises in tandem with world markets

MUMBAI: Indian equities advanced this week as concern about the euro zone debt crisis eased a bit after China assured the world it was not selling European bonds and investors and traders indulged in some bottom fishing after last week’s sell-off.

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Autobuzz Goa launched

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PANAJI: Autobuzz Goa, probably the first state magazine on automobiles was launched at the hands of the Chief Minister, Mr Digambar Kamat, amidst a fanfare and rally of the latest models such as the Lexus, BMW, Honda, among others.

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Father George transforms community into mission

PANAJI: “Goodbye to you my trusted friend,” words from a song sung by sweet kids of the age group seven and below to their community priest Reverend Father George Quardoz , kneading him to stay.

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Goan kanji with love

PANAJI:  As a wave of nostalgia for Goan food sweeps the Konkan region, Goan expatriates and residents can rekindle the gastronomic delights of traditional Goan dishes at With Love, a restaurant opposite the Margao Kadamba bus terminal.

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Maruti host mega carnival

PANAJI: Maruti Suzuki India organized a 1st of its kind mega carnival wheels of India event in Campal Parade Ground, Panaji, on May 29-30 for state and central government employees of Goa.

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Cidade de Goa wins Marque of Excellence Award

PANAJI: Cidade de Goa wins Thomas Cook Marque of Excellence Award 2008 - 09. The award was presented to Cidade de Goa by Mr Mandi Watson, gateway manager, Thomas Cook Holidays Division – Goa.

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Special courts for cheque-bouncing cases

NEW DELHI: With huge pendency in cheque-bouncing cases, the Government is mulling setting up of fast track courts to deal with such litigations. In a letter to Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee, Law Minister M Veerappa Moily has sought funds to set up special courts in this regard.

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Food inflation eases, but still above 16%

NEW DELHI: Food inflation eased marginally to 16.23 per cent as of May 15 on cheaper food grains, but held out above the 16 per cent mark for the fifth straight week due to costlier fruits and vegetables.

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