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HC’s clean chit to judge Prabhudesai

PANAJI: The additional district and sessions judge, Ms Anuja Prabhudesai has been cleared of all charges and has been given a clean chit by the Bombay High Court.

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Sand mining aggravating problems along coast: Sharma

PANAJI: The Saritsa Foundation in association with India Meteorological Department, Government of India (Goa-Mumbai) and Goa State Disaster Management Cell organised a one-day workshop for monsoon awareness and preparedness for disasters, as a mobile campaign, with a team of experts for coastal communities of Goa at the International Centre Goa, Dona Paula, on Friday.

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Cops seize computers from two suspects

MARGAO: Acting on the complaint lodged by Ms Valanka Alemao, daughter of PWD Minister, Mr Churchill Alemao, about she being defamed through social networking website Facebook, Colva police, on Friday, conducted searches at the residences of two suspects from New Vadem in Vasco and seized some devices and computers.

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Goa needs proper promotion as tourist destination: Salles

Mr Rudy Salles, a member of the French Parliament and deputy Mayor of the city of Nice, a French Riviera popular with tourists world over, is presently on a Goan visit to attend the Indo-French seminar on tourism. He, in an interview with Ramnath N Pai Raikar speaks about the possibilities of modelling Panaji on the lines of Nice   …

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Fee structure for unaided English schools finalised

PANAJI: The Prof Dnyaneshwar Pednekar Committee appointed by the department of education for preparation of fee structure for the unaided/private English schools in the state has recommended that the unaided/private primary schools should charge a maximum collective fee of Rs 1,300 per student per month, while the unaided/private middle as well as secondary schools must charge a maximum fee of Rs 1,750 per student per month. 

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French team to share expertise in protecting heritage structures

MARGAO: International experts of heritage conservation from five French cities are discussing with the state government, proposals related to preserving Goa’s rich cultural heritage, so as to improve the state’s economic benefits through sustainable tourism.

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Monsoon likely to hit Goa on June 7

PANAJI: The state meteorological observatory has predicted that if the last minute cyclones do not rage over Bay of Bengal then the monsoon will hit Goa as per the schedule on June 7.

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