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Pharmacies Must Offer Discount To Customers For a long time now, pharmacies in Goa have been selling medicines at the prices marked on the packaging be it strips, boxes or bottles. They don’t give any discount to the people as given by pharmacies in other states. Although our pharmacies cannot be accused of wrong practice in doing so, it must …

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Advertising At Public Cost Not To Benefit Society

Bidyut Kumar Chatterjee,  Faridabad After Pulwama attacked Modiji shouted, “Fire is raging in my heart”, but when Kashmiris were attacked and the Meghlaya Governor Tathagata Roy only wanted to appease his master in Delhi as he knows that Modi have not the guts to throw him out, just at that moment one side the Supreme Court issues notices to Centre, …

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Breaking Down Kashmiri Stereotypes

Jagdish Rattanani The Prime Minister has spoken about the attacks on Kashmiris, and he has done so not a day too soon. This is good but not good enough. Some shocking snatches of videos have emerged showing Kashmiris being targeted after the February  14 suicide bombing that killed 49 CRPF personnel in Pulwama. Speaking in Rajasthan, Narendra Modi made the …

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Assure Prompt Tarring Of Excavated Portions On Road It is a common practice for various departments  undertake excavation work on the road in order to lay pipelines of different utilities.

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How Parrikar Battles Pancreatic Cancer

Nandkumar M  Kamat In my family I lost two uncles to gastric carcinoma and that makes me deeply relate to what  the Chief Minister  of Goa is going through at present. Everything happened so unexpectedly that within just two years of detection they were gone.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Modus Operandi Of ‘Neo-Goenkars’ CURTORIM MLA Alexio Reginaldo Lourenco has  asked the government to conduct comprehensive checks on all cases where migrants  have adopted Goan names and surnames. This is a very serious matter and the matter needs to be handled  with all seriousness.

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Congress On The Horns Of A Dilemma 

SAEED NAQVI   THE ghastly news from Kashmir did cast a shadow, otherwise Lucknow has had a festive February. The first week was filled with the five-day annual Sanatkada jamboree with fabled Baradari as the festooned focal point. While the mood still lingered, the city found itself riveted on Priyanka Gandhi’s roadshow with her brother and Congress president Rahul Gandhi …

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Win Over Misguided Kashmiri Youth

 AMULYA GANGULI   ONE of the most disturbing aspects of the February 14 terror attack in Pulwama was that the suicide bomber was a local, Adil Ahmad Dar, who lived in a village near the Jammu-Srinagar highway where the attack took place.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Kick The Bottle  MANY psychiatric, lifestyle, degenerative and neoplastic diseases have been attributed to alcohol overconsumption, which has also  led to fatal road accidents and suicidal tendencies.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Time For People’s ‘Mann Ki Baat’ BJP Government, which boasted about India not facing any terrorist attack after Modi’s coming to power, needs to learn lesson from Pulwama attack. All Indians have due respect even today, for the surgical strike carried out during regime of Modi Government. The film based on that attack was quite appreciated by Indians. India’s name …

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