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Red carpet event, manpower plan for IFFI 2010 discussed

PANAJI: The organising committee for the International Film Festival of India 2010 met on September 28, headed by its chairperson, Ms Ranjana Salgaocar and discussed various issues pertaining to the mega festival like Short Film Centre, T-20 of Indian Cinema, Red Carpet event, and creative designs for decoration of festival venues. The meeting also discussed the manpower plan for the IFFI 2010.

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NSUI supporters gherao GU VC

PANAJI: The supporters of the National Students Union of India, on Thursday retaliating to the acceptance of demand made by the students cell of the state unit of Bharatiya Janata Party as regards cancellation of the election for the Students’ Council of Goa University (GU), slated on September 30, gheraoed the Vice-Chancellor, Mr Deelip Deobagkar and demanded his immediate resignation.

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Situation in state peaceful, says DGP

PANAJI: Director General of Police (DGP), Mr Bhim Sain Bassi speaking after the Allahabad High Court pronounced its verdict on Ayodhya title suits, on Thursday, said the situation in the state was peaceful and expressed hope that there would be no untoward incident here.

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Law soon to regulate real estate in Goa

PANAJI: It is a well-known fact in Goa that the real estate sector was the most unregulated sector but the state would soon have a law to regulate the relationships between the builders and promoters of flats, housing societies and the purchasers of flats, tenements, apartments, etc as the State Law Commission stepped in and prepared a draft bill to regulate them.

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Kamat seeks blocking of social networking sites

PANAJI: Creation of fake profiles on Facebook has become a cause of worry in the state; a fake account in the name of Education Minister, Mr Atanasio Monserrate had already created a flutter some time back, and now it was the turn of the Chief Minister, Mr Digambar Kamat, whose account was flashed on the social networking site by an imposter.

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