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Goans turn to Ayurveda, homeopathy

BY RAMNATH N PAI RAIKAR | NT
PANAJI:  Ayurveda and homeopathy have been two prominent lines of alternative medicine, which are practised in the country for past many centuries.

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High-rise buildings throw fire safety norms to winds

BY SHAIKH JAMALUDDIN | NT
PANAJI:  The Goa fire and  emergency services director, Mr Ashok Menon has said that a large number of high-rise buildings in North Goa district have not adhered to fire safety norms.

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Vanxekars want Development

BY GLENN COSTA | NT
Divar and Vanxim islands are two picturesque islands just a few kilometers and a ferry ride off the capital. A ferry connects Panaji to Divar and from there another ferry connects Divar to Vanxim. 

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Mapusa Bus Stand at a Standstill

MAPUSA: Mapusa is a commercial town of Bardez. However, the town  is also quite popular in the neighbouring talukas of not only Goa but even Maharashtra.

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Mayem needs a push forward

by RAMESH SAVAIKAR | NT
BICHOLIM: Development has eluded the Mayem village for one reason or the other. The village, which comprises of 11 wards, lacks even basic amenities. The negligent attitude of government towards this village  has been quite surprising.

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2 panels formed on mining-related issues

PANAJI:  The government has constituted two panels to take care of the issues related to mining including iron ore pricing and process of disposal of the applications for renewal of mining leases.

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Two BJP MLAs to join Congress today

PANAJI: Notwithstanding negative publicity due to alleged illegal mining against the Congress leaders and its government, two Bharatiya Janata Party MLAs are set to quit the party and join hands with the Congress on Friday, even as Congress sources said that there was strong possibility of some more BJP legislators joining the Congress over the next few days.

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Congress will seek probe into authenticity of PAC report: Brar

PANAJI: Stating that the findings of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of the Goa Legislative Assembly into illegal mining in the state has come under cloud as the Congress members of the committee were not called for its meetings,

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