Friday , 21 September 2018

Goa News

Goa shows the way in conserving sea turtles

PANAJI: While many places across the world were facing a tough time in conservation of the sea turtles, mainly due to beach erosion, Goa was well placed in conserving the sea turtles as all the three nesting places in the state (Morjim, Agonda and Galgibag) did not encounter any beach erosion over the last several years.

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Potential in children has to be tapped: Gauns

PERNEM: The Summer Camp Committee of the Government College of Arts and Commerce, Virnoda, Pernem, organised its fourth 10-day summer camp for the students of the neighbouring schools, as a part of their extra-mural activities. Dr Gervasio S F L Mendes, acting principal, Government College, Pernem, welcomed the gathering.

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Case against Parrikar is strong: CBI

PANAJI: The additional director of Central Bureau of Investigation (anti-corruption bureau), Mr Rishi Raj Singh has said  the charge-sheet in the alleged misappropriation case against the former chief minister and Bharatiya Janata Party leader, Mr Manohar Parrikar would be filed before the Bombay High Court in about one and half month’s time.

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SPCA directs police to file complaint against 14 cops

PANAJI: The State Police Complaint Authority on Monday through an order directed the police authorities to file a complaint against 14 police personnel, including former North Goa superintendent of police, for committing atrocities on the Education Minister, Mr Atanasio Monserrate and his family after the Panaji Town police station was attacked by the alleged supporters of Mr Monserrate.

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Manmohan, Gilani may hold talks in Thimphu

THIMPHU:  The Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh and his Pakistani counterpart, Mr Yousuf Raza Gilani are expected to meet here on the margins of the SAARC Summit, during which the Indian leader is likely to seek an update on the probe and trial in the 26/11 case being conducted in Pakistan.

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