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Three held in Vasco petrol pilferage case

VASCO: The Verna police on Thursday succeeded in busting a three-member gang that was involved in the pilferage of petroleum products by tapping the main pipeline connected to Zuari Indian Oil Tanking Ltd (ZIOTL) from Mormugao Port Trust.

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Mother plays key role in child’s education: Bhatikar

POINGUINNIM: A parent-teachers association meeting of St Theresa of Jesus High School, Chauri was held in the school hall recently.  It was presided over by the PTA chairman, Mr Wilson Fernandes. The school manager, Fr Manuel Fernandes was present.  Nearly 250 parents attended the meeting.

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Award for Mopa land acquisition on the way

PANAJI: The government will complete hearing as regards the Sections IX and X of the Land Acquisition Act 1894, for the proposed Mopa international airport by the end of this month.

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Drug nexus case will go to CBI if strong evidence found: Ravi

PANAJI: The Home Minister, Mr Ravi Naik on Wednesday said that the government would take appropriate decision as regards to handing over the police-drug dealer nexus case to the Central Bureau of Investigation if police probe finds substantial evidence especially after recording the statement of Ms Lucky Farmhouse (alias Amori).

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Expert panel on IFFI presents recommendations to Centre

PANAJI: The technical sub-committee of the Expert Committee on International Film Festival of India (IFFI) has made a number of recommendations as regards technical upgradation for improving the quality of viewing experience at the mega film festival.

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Eroded stretches of Betalbatim, Keri, Talpona beaches to be restored soon

BY JOAO SOUSA M | NT

PANAJI: The water resources department (WRD) will soon take up restoration work of the beaches at Betalbatim, Keri and Talpona at an estimated cost of Rs 13.1 crore, following recommendations from the Central Water and Power Research Centre.

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4839 cases of number plates violations registered in state

PANAJI: State’s traffic police booked as many as 4839 cases against the vehicle owners, who had fitted fancy number plates to their vehicles, and collected Rs 4,83,900 by way of fines from them for violating Central Motor Vehicle rule 51, uptill July 31, informed the Superintendent of Police, traffic, Mr Arvind Gawas.

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Govt to appoint estate officer

PANAJI: The government is all set to issue a notification for the appointment of an estate officer for preparing inventory as regards the government assets in the state, their proper documentation as well as their protection in the long run.

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Jose Philip tells officers to be courteous to people

MAPUSA: Revenue Minister and state NCP president, Mr Jose Philip D’Souza, who on Wednesday visited the Bardez Collectorate office at Mapusa, asked officers and government employees to be courteous to people and attend to people’s works and solve them at the earliest.

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