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Charge-sheet filed in Pedem murder case

MAPUSA: Mapusa police on Saturday filed a charge-sheet in the murder case of a labourer, Devesh Verma, who was stabbed to death in a flat at Pedem, on November 1 last year. Acting swiftly, the police team led by PI, Mr Rajeshkumar under the guidance of DySP, Mr Sammy Tavares had arrested the main accused, Uttam Chawan.

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Protect forests with sincerity: conservator

VALPOI: Chief conservator of forests, Mr Yogesh called upon the forest officials to discharge their duties with great honesty and integrity, adding that any achievement without these virtues is worthless.

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BJP demands Ravi’s resignation

PANAJI:  Stating that the Home Minister, Mr Ravi Naik has turned senile and making irresponsible and irrelevant statements to hide his failure in maintaining law and order situation in the state, the Bharatiya Janata Party on Sunday demanded immediate resignation of the Home Minister for his ‘baseless allegations’ that one Roy Fernandes was in the drug business, during the BJP regime in the state, with the blessings of the then chief minister, Mr Manohar Parrikar and his MLAs.

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Baba Ramdev followers rally against corruption in Panaji

PANAJI: As a part of ‘India Against Corruption’ (IAC) campaign, around thousand people took part in a rally which wended through the main streets of the city and converged at Azad Maidan where many expressed their views.

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Goa pays rich tributes to martyrs on Martyrs’ Day

PANAJI: The Governor, Dr Shivinder Singh Sidhu on Sunday paid rich tributes to martyrs on the occasion of the Martyrs Day at a function held at Azad Maidan, Panaji. Dr Sidhu placed a wreath at the Martyrs Memorial and paid homage to the martyrs who sacrificed their lives for the state and the country.

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Garbage issue dominates Assagao gram sabha

MAPUSA: The issue of open garbage dumping figured prominently at the Assagao gram sabha meeting held on Sunday with villagers blaming the panchayat of not doing the necessary follow-up on the issue when it is being discussed time and again.

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Valpoi cries for development

VALPOI: Though Valpoi is abuzz with commercial activities throughout the year, the city continues to suffer in the absence of better road infrastructure especially a proper bus stop.

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Heated discussion witnessed at Anjuna gram sabha

MAPUSA: Heated discussions were witnessed on Sunday at the Anjuna gram sabha meeting with the residents questioning the sarpanch over non-implementation of resolutions. However, the sarpanch, Mr Lavinio Rebello assured the gram sabha members of speedy implementation of resolutions in future.

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