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Govt asks Watson Pharma to stop expansion activities

PANAJI: The industries department on Thursday directed Watson Pharma to stop their construction activities, which are part of expansion of the unit, after illegalities were noticed in the allotment of the plot by the Goa Industrial Development Corporation, authorities said.

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Sale of court fee stamps on the rise in South Goa

MARGAO: With the Right to Information Act, 2005 in full force in the state, applications keep pouring into various offices of the government in South Goa seeking relevant information, and therefore, the sale of the court fee stamps has been on the rise.

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Fake certification can dent US dream for students: Consul

MARGAO: Ms Katie Plona, Vice Consul, USA Consulate General warned the students that while applying for higher studies to the United States, the main criteria to be seen to is that all certifications and letters of recommendation should be genuine or the said individual could be blacklisted even for a future job-work visa and will be banned from entering USA for life.

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Interim stay granted in Sanjay School case

PANAJI: An interim stay has been granted, on Thursday, till the next hearing by the High Court of Bombay at Goa in the matter pertaining to a petition filed before it by Mr Kashinath Shetye and Dr Ketan Govekar along with the guardians of 14 students of the Sanjay School at Porvorim.

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PANAJI: The Goa Industrial Development Corporation -- in the middle of major shakeup of its bureaucrats -- has been guilty of illegally allotting land earmarked as open spaces and allotment of plots out of turn, official sources said on Wednesday.

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Mining mess in Karnataka, Goa eats into KRC revenue

MARGAO: The managing director of Konkan Railway Corporation Ltd, Mr B P Tayal on Wednesday said the ban on mining in Karnataka and hullabaloo on illegal mining in Goa have dented commercial cargo revenues of the Konkan Railways.

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