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Construction, medical waste line highways in Ponda

By Roque Dias | NT

PONDA: Dumping of the construction and medical waste along the national and state highways in the Ponda taluka is on the rise as the concerned authorities — PWD, Highway Administration (HA), Town and Country Planning (TCP), Police, municipality and panchayats have adopted a lackadaisical attitude.

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Meeting in support of English in city today

PANAJI: A public meeting has been organised by the Forum for Rights of Children’s Education at the Azad Maidan, on Monday, between 2.30 p.m. and 5 p.m. to demand for the inclusion of English as one of the languages as the medium of instruction at the elementary level, stated the secretary of the forum, Mr Savio Lopes.

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Mayem MLA asks govt to resolve

BICHOLIM: The Mayem MLA, Mr Anant Shet, has asked the government to resolve the Mayem evacuee property issue, which has been pending since Goa’s Liberation.

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Two injured inVasco mishap

VASCO: Two persons were grievously injured in an accident that was reported at around 5 p.m. on the four-lane highway near Ganesh Temple at Shantinagar on Sunday.

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Teacher Mavis accorded warm farewell

PANAJI: The Principal Day cum Valedictory function of Guardian Angel High School, Curchorem, was held at the school premises on March 18. On the occasion a warm send off was accorded to retiring teacher, Ms Edna Mavis Viegas, who has served the institution for 31 years.

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Education is significant aspect of child’s life: Shah


VALPOI: Education is a significant aspect of a child’s life and creating conducive learning environment will attract children towards education, said the president of Giant International (Valpoi block), Mr Aziz Shah.

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10th century cave of Dhabos

By Rohit R Phalgaonkar

Dhabos is a small village in the taluka of Sattari. This village has the second cave site of Sattari which is historically and archaeologically very important.

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Around 10% of Princess cut

PANAJI: The work on cutting and removal of the River Princess was being carried out on a war footing ever since it began on Monday and the staff of Arihant Ship Breakers, the firm that bagged the contract, has so far cut around 10 per cent of the ship and around 60 per cent of the vessel was expected to be cut before monsoon.

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