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Cheating complaint lodged against Mumbai company

PANAJI: A Mumbai-based investment company, operating in the name of Forex Entertainment, has allegedly duped the Goan investors to the tune of Rs 30 lakh, informed the police inspector, Mr Ramesh Gaonkar.

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Crackdown on illegal mining

PANAJI: The mines and geology department officials have not only started taking cognisance about illegal mining complaints/reports but also have taken action against those engaged in illegal mining.

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CM seeks central aid to boost economy

PANAJI: The Chief Minister, Mr Digambar Kamat has said that he has sought special assistance from the Union government in the budget for the financial 2011-12 to give a boost to infrastructure development in the state and provide better amenities to farmers to increase agricultural production.

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Worker stabbed to death in Verna

VASCO: Rupesh Mitra, a 30-year-old man from Jharkhand who was working in a reputed pharmaceutical company at Verna IDC was found murdered at an isolated place on a hillock at Old Mardol, Verna on Wednesday morning.

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Goa Christian community demands subsidy for pilgrimage to Jerusalem

PANAJI: A delegation of members of Catholic Community met Mr Shantaram Naik, MP, and demanded that Mr Naik take up with the Government of India, the issue of granting subsidy to the members of the Christian community, intending to go on pilgrimage to Jerusalem.

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Determination vital for achieving career goals: Gervasio

PERNEM: The Consultancy and Extension Services Cell of the Government College of Arts and Commerce, Virnoda, Pernem, organised a career awareness workshop on Civil Services: Opting Konkani and Marathi Languages, in collaboration with the Directorate of Official Language, Panaji on January 13, in the college premises.

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Cipriano’s death not due to torture: GMC doctors

PANAJI: Stating that the injuries noted in the postmortem report of Moira resident, Cipriano Fernandes were not grievous enough to "plug" out his life, the doctors at the Goa Medical College have virtually ruled out that the Moira resident died due to torture or beating even as they said that the death could have been due to natural causes.

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