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Modi questions legality of IPL meet

NEW DELHI: A defiant Indian Premier League (IPL) commissioner, Mr Lalit Modi on Wednesday made it clear that he will not attend the April 26 IPL Governing Council meeting convened apparently to decide his fate, saying he considers it “unauthorised” and threatened to disclose the stake-holding pattern of the teams in the league.

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US warns of terror attacks in New Delhi

NEW DELHI: The US embassy on Wednesday warned of possible terror attacks in popular Delhi markets like Chandni Chowk and Connaught Place and asked its citizens to be “maintain high level of vigilance.”

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Explanation sought from GU over B grade accorded by NAAC

PANAJI: The downslide of the Goa University, which saw the university being recently accorded B Grade by the National Assessment Accreditation Council, has been seriously viewed by the government, and an explanation sought from the GU in this respect.

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RP 2021 will be ready in 6 months, assures TCP secy

PANAJI: The Town and Country Planning secretary, Mr Rajiv Yaduvanshi on Wednesday reassured people that the Regional Plan 2021 would be completed within six months after taking all aspects into consideration even as he agreed to look into the demands placed by various village groups.

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Panaji witnesses 20 thefts in a month

PANAJI: The state’s capital city has been a witness to around 20 theft incidents that have been reported at the Panaji police station between the period from March 1, 2010 to April 7, 2010.

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Ashish moves HC for bail

PANAJI: Ashish Shirodkar has once again approached the High Court of Bombay at Goa, for bail in the alleged connection of the police officials with Ataule, in the drugs Youtube clipping case.

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Mapusa market lacks drinking water facility

MAPUSA: The Mapusa market, which was systematically planned and constructed by the Portuguese, is today lying neglected. While on one hand the infrastructure is lacking in Mapusa, little facilities existing are also not maintained properly.

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Scientists underscore need for traditional taxonomy

PANAJI: Observing that the National Institute of Oceanography is expected to become a custodian of flora and fauna of the aquatic world spread around the country, and the institute could undertake this task in the form of a core programme,

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