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Loutolim locals oppose proposed jetty project

NT NETWORK Margao Holding placards and shouting slogans hundreds of villagers from Loutolim unanimously  resolved to oppose the jetty proposed by the inland waterways through the Captain of Ports  at Rassaim, claiming that the said proposal will further the ideas of transporting coal through the jetty thereby polluting the village areas.  A resolution was taken during the gram sabha held on Sunday. The villagers resolved to …

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Pay Parking in Panaji

CCP should ensure that its move does not fail to achieve goal MAYOR of Panaji Uday Madkaikar has announced that city’s 18th June Road (from Caculo Island till Captain of Ports building) will be turned into a pay parking zone for two-wheelers and four-wheelers with immediate effect so as to decongest the road. The idea behind converting the road into …

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A first look at ‘Glory’

The audio and trailer for the first Konkani sports film ‘Glory, Go for the Goal’ was launched at an event held at Fern Kadamba. Present at the event were producer and co-director, A Durga Prasad of Prasad Creations; director Tinky George; footballer Brahmanand Sankhwalkar; screenplay writers Saish Panondikar and Sunil Kumar; sound designer Bishwadeep Chatterjee; editor of the film, Neeraj …

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Churchill: reinstate 15 years domicile rule for taxi permits

NT NETWORK Margao Pitching for reinstatement of the provision to make 15 years’ domicile mandatory for issuing taxi permits, Benaulim MLA Churchill Alemao said that this is only way the state government can protect the livelihood of Goans and the Goenkarponn. Speaking to media persons alongside tourist taxi owners from Benaulim and Colva, Alemao said that the Goa Miles mobile …

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Ayodhya land dispute: mediation committee submits report in SC

New Delhi: The Supreme Court-constituted three-member mediation committee, tasked with exploring the possibility of an amicable settlement in the decades-old, politically sensitive, Ayodhya’s Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute case, has submitted its interim report in a sealed cover. Sources aware of the development said the interim report was filed with the apex court Registry on May 6, and the matter …

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Pope changes Church law to make reporting sex abuse obligatory

Vatican City: Pope Francis on Thursday passed a measure to oblige those who know about sex abuse in the Catholic Church to report it to their superiors, following a global clerical paedophilia scandal. Every diocese in the world will now be obliged to have a system for the reporting of abuse, under a new law published by the Vatican — …

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One good game for City to be champs

Having absorbed everything Liverpool could throw at them in a titanic title battle, Manchester City will retain their crown with victory at Brighton and Hove Albion on Sunday. LONDON: Having absorbed everything Liverpool could throw at them in a titanic title battle, Manchester City will retain their crown with victory at Brighton and Hove Albion on Sunday. It is possible …

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Rehabilitating Beggars It has been reported that the Vasco police, acting under the anti-begging law, in a standard procedure, rounded up beggars and produced them before a magistrate, who generally levies a fine. Many a time these beggars are unable to pay the fine and so the police pay it for them and put them on a train travelling out …

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