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Air India and the trade union movement

There was no sympathy at all for the striking employees; union representatives participating in the electronic media  were pushed on the defensive, writes D M Deshpande

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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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