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Transfer of Canacona CO raises eyebrows

CANACONA: As the tourist season is fast approaching and the monsoon is on the wane, this is the time that one sees plenty of illegal structures mushrooming on the coastline of Canacona. At a time like this the authorities have to be on their toes to be abreast of the activities that are going on.

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DHS apprehensive over medical health scheme

PANAJI: Lack of clarity on how the ‘` 60,000 per family’ medical health scheme is to be implemented has left doctors, hospital managements and senior staff at the Directorate of Health Services (DHS) apprehensive about whether it is feasible.

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Bhaiya’s eatery murder case: accused confesses to murder

PANAJI: Dharmendra Rajber, the accused in the murder of Taufique Ahmed, a waiter of the Bhaiya pav bhaji eatery, was brought to the state on Friday, by a team of Panaji town police, which had gone to Muhammadabad in Uttar Pradesh, his home town.

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Moti-Dongor violence accused bail plea rejected

MARGAO: The additional session judge, Ms Vijaya Pol, on Friday rejected the bail application moved by the five, Muktiyar Shirshi, Hazrat Ali, Jaffer Hubli, Jaffer Andalgi and Naushad Shandur, accused and arrested in connection with the Moti-Dongor group clashes.

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PAC to table report on illegal mining

PANAJI: The Public Accounts Committee (PAC), investigating the alleged illegal mining in Goa, would submit its report to the Speaker on October 3 or 4, informed sources.

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Kidney transplant unit at GMC soon: Tiwari

MARGAO: Dr J P Tiwari, consultant and professor of nephrology at the Goa Medical College (GMC) announced that the GMC will soon start a kidney transplant unit, as failures and kidney complications are on the rise in Goa.

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CLP hints at general elections in February

PANAJI: It’s almost certain that the general elections to the State Legislative Assembly would be held earlier than schedule and would be clubbed with the general elections to the legislatives assemblies of the states of Punjab, Uttarakhand and Manipur which are likely to be held by February-end.

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Fasting isn’t the best way to protest: Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

His Holiness Sri Sri Ravi Shankar in a one-to-one exclusive interview with NT reporter Neshwin Almeida speaks his heart out on the Jan Lokpal Bill, Anna Hazare, corruption, black money,  fasting as a means to protest and the plans of the Art of Living Foundation for Goa.

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