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Offence registered as underground ZIOL fuel pipeline tapped illegally

VASCO: The Verna police on Monday registered an offence against unknown persons, for the pilferage of petroleum products by tapping an underground pipeline connected to Zuari Indian Oil Ltd (ZIOL), from Mormugao Port Trust, behind the Gate Gourmet hotel next to the four-lane highway at Zuarinagar.

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Vasco woman ends life

VASCO: Vasco police informed that 60-year-old Vanita Kamat, a resident of Maimollem, Vasco, committed suicide by jumping into a well located around 20-meters from her home, on Monday evening, around 7.30 p.m.

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Goa Bagayatdar plans to go global


PONDA: For resurrecting agriculture and turning it into a viable profit-earning proposition, the Goa Bagayatdar Sahakari Kharedi Vikri Saunstha Maryadit, (GBSKVSM) has set its eyes on foreign markets in order to create more marketing avenues for the locally-grown agricultural products and to provide boost to the farmers.

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Bandora gram sabha turns stormy

PONDA: In a marathon and stormy gram sabha of village panchayat of Bandora, the members demanded the dissolution of the elected body over corruption issue and passed a resolution to that effect and consequently asked the panchayat secretary to forward it to the higher authorities.

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Mehra vows to bring BJP back to power in state

PANAJI: Stating that Mr Manohar Parrikar provided good governance to Goa during his tenure as the Chief Minister of the state, and the people of Goa still miss him on that chair, the newly appointed Goa desk in-charge of the Bharatiya Janata Party, Ms Aarti Mehra on Sunday said that all efforts would be made to bring back the party to power in Goa, during the
2012 assembly polls.

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Women asked to take active part in politics

MAPUSA:  Former Delhi mayor and BJP leader in charge of Goa, Ms Aarti Mehra has called upon women to come forward and take active part in politics as they could bring in about a sizeable transformation in the society.

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Cansaulim gram sabha adjourned

MARGAO: The gram sabha of Cansaulim-Arrossim-Cuelim village panchayat held on Sunday saw certain sections of the gathered members getting unruly and disrupting the meeting, forcing its adjournment.

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AIYF expresses concern over alarming rate of unemployment in state

PANAJI: The 3rd Goa State Conference of All India Youth Federadation (AIYF) expressed serious concern at the alarming rate of unemployment prevailing in Goa, around 1,20,000 young men and women are declared unemployed on the rolls of employment exchange, and also pointed out that the faulty policies pursued by successive state governments have adversely affected the growth and development of Goa, affecting agriculture, tourism, mining, fisheries and traditional artisans in the state.

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