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Barge jetty was never proposed at Karai-Shiroda, says Sudin

Ponda: Reacting to the resolution taken by the Shiroda gram sabha, opposing a barge jetty proposed at Karai, former river navigation minister Sudin Dhavalikar said that the barge jetty was never proposed at Karai, Shiroda, and only a passenger jetty has been proposed under Sagarmala project of the Ministry of Shipping.

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Will emerge victorious with a lead of 3,000 votes: Velingkar

Panaji: Former Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) leader and Goa Suraksha Manch candidate, on Monday, filed his nomination papers before the concerned returning officer at North Goa Collectorate for the Panaji bypoll slated to be held on May 19.

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Sidharth is BJP candidate for Panaji by-election

Panaji: The central election committee of the Bharatiya Janata Party on Sunday declared Sidharth Kunkalienkar as party’s candidate for the Panaji assembly constituency bypoll to be held on May 19.

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Calangute locals oppose sewage pumping station at Gaurawaddo

Calangute: Simplex company officials working on the sewerage network in Calangute have said that people’s cooperation is the key to complete the project. With the final deadline in November 2019, it seems the sewerage network could run into rough weather.

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Betalbatim gram sabha adjourned amidst chaos over mega project 

Betalbatim: The gram sabha of Betalbatim had to be adjourned on Sunday after locals had heated arguments with members of the panchayat body after the secretary refused to take up discussion of a commercial project pointing to the code of conduct. The budget which was on the meeting’s agenda had to be kept on hold because of the commotion.

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Colva gram sabha lends support to taxi drivers against Goa Miles

Colva: The gram sabha of Colva on Sunday lent their support to local tourist taxi drivers and owners in opposing the state government’s mobile app Goa Miles, who according to the taxi drivers say is causing a lot of problems for them.

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