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CJI In Dock

Questions that are Crying for an answer THE allegation of sexual harassment made by a former female employee of the Supreme Court against Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi is indeed turning into a case of wider engineering and import, though not exactly in the sense the CJI and his brother judges meant it.

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Stop Dumping Waste

Goans must learn to manage Solid waste as fast as possible WITH the state government issuing notification for effective implementation of the Solid Waste Management Rules 2016, the selected civic bodies and panchayats will have to push themselves to the limit to develop themselves as models over the next six months.

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Goa’s Soft Targets

Hotels, malls, multiplexes and casinos are highly vulnerable In the wake of terror attacks in Sri Lanka the Goa police have urged hoteliers, malls and other businesses to strengthen their security.

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Save the Elderly

Govt agencies must ban airhorns and modified bikes Any alteration or modification in cars, motorcycles and scooters is illegal, but hundreds of modified or altered vehicles can be seen plying on the roads in the state. Many people, especially young owners, openly indulge in such illegalities because the government agencies have not undertaken a campaign to deter them. Most of …

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Investment Hurdles

Goa Investment Promotion Board fails to fulfill its objectives The Goa Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) has expressed concerns over the ‘overburdening’ of the Goa Investment Promotion and Facilitation Board chief executive officer Vishal Prakash with additional responsibilities. Prakash has also been given charge as head of the Startup Cell. He is also engaged in formulation of logistics policy …

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Lingering Questions

Things EC must do to help Voters make informed choice LESS number of Goans came out to vote on Tuesday. About 74.65  per cent of 11.35 lakh voters cast their franchise for the Lok Sabha seats of North Goa and South Goa. The voting percentage was about 2 per cent lower than that recorded in 2014. Even in the by-polls …

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Combating Hatred

All-out efforts must be made To end religious conflicts In what appears to be highly coordinated attacks terrorists bombed three churches and four hotels in Sri Lanka on Sunday, targeting Christians attending Easter mass and hotels hosting foreigners that has sent the world in shock. Nearly 300 people, including six Indians visiting the island nation, are reported to have been …

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Residents of two Goa villages Show the power of boycott

Following the assurance that connecting roads to their villages will be built, the residents of Marle-Tirval in Canacona and Ansulem in Poriem have agreed to come to the polling booths on April 23 to elect their representatives to the Lok Sabha.

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Safe Fish On Table

IN an effort to woo voters the Congress has released a state-specific manifesto promising, among other things, to provide Goans formalin-free fish with the help of central government agencies. This is a promise no other political party has made.

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Candidates’ Affidavits

AN analysis of the affidavits filed by the candidates contesting the elections to the two Lok Sabha seats and the by-elections to the three Assembly constituencies in the state has revealed that 6 out of 28 have grave criminal cases pending against them.

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