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CCP polls register 74.69% voting

PANAJI:  Receiving overwhelming response from the city electorate, the Sunday elections to the Corporation of the City of Panaji registered a voting percentage of 74.69 per cent, with ward number 15 recording maximum 87.34 pert cent voting, while ward number 4 registering minimum 59.03 per cent voting.

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CCP polls well organised, says SP Deshpande

PANAJI: The superintendent of police, Special Cell, Mr Atmaram Deshpande said that the election to the Corporation of the City of Panaji (CCP), was peaceful and incident free. He said that the civic election was well organised and well managed by the authorities.

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One arrested for wrongful restraint

PONDA: The Ponda police on Sunday registered a case of wrongful restrain and threatening against Joaquim Carvalho of Panchwadi, after 26-year-old, Ms Rakshama Gaunkar lodged a complaint against him.

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Reservation policies will uplift Dalit society, says Governor

PONDA: The Governor of Goa, Dr S S Sidhu, on Sunday, said that the government at the centre and at the state always show concern for the members of the Dalit society, and hence, have laid stress on the reservation polices with an aim to uplift them.

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Panchayats yet to submit utilisation certificates

PANAJI: With just over a fortnight left for the financial year to draw to a close, failure on the part of many panchayats to submit the utilisation certificate of the first installment, received as part of general area basic grant under the 13th finance commission, may cost the state Rs 4.2 crore of the second installment.

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CCP goes to polls today; counting exercise tomorrow

PANAJI: Report from the highest functionaries of the police department indicating possibility of law and order problem, in case the counting of votes for the elections to the Corporation of the City of Panaji (CCP) takes place on the night of the polls, has made the State Election Commission to reverse its decision and hold the counting exercise on March 14 at 10 a m.

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Discrepancies in ESG accounts submitted to House, general body

PANAJI: It has come to light that The Entertainment Society of Goa is showing discrepancies in the expenditure figures for the International Film Festival of India 2010 vis-à-vis accounts presented before the House during the winter session of the state legislative assembly and those presented before the members of the general body, on March 11, 2011,

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CM leads Goans in paying homage to Bandodkar

PANAJI: The Chief Minister, Mr Digambar Kamat, on Saturday, led the Goans in paying homage to the memory of the first chief minister of Goa, late Dayanand Bandodkar, on his birth anniversary at his memorial at Miramar, Panaji.

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