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26 movies selected for Indian Panorama

PANAJI: Two different selection committees have selected 26 feature films and 19 non-feature films respectively that would be exhibited at the Indian Panorama 2010 at the upcoming International Film Festival of India to be held here from November 22 to December 2. The inauguration of Indian Panorama would be on November 23.

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Governor, CM greet people on Dussehra

PANAJI: The Governor, Dr S S Sidhu and the Chief Minister, Mr Digambar Kamat have extended greetings and best wishes to the people of Goa on the occasion of Dussehra, which is to be celebrated on Sunday.

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Vishwajeet confident of victory in Valpoi by-poll

VALPOI: The Health Minister, Mr Vishwajeet Rane, who is contesting the Valpoi by-election, said he is seeking to be elected by the voters of the constituency, on the basis of development projects that he has initiated in Valpoi. He said that the people will give their verdict on October 18, and he is confident of victory.

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Elaborate arrangements in place for Valpoi by-poll

VALPOI: The Returning Officer for the 19-Valpoi Assembly constituency by-polls, Mr Jayant Tari, on Saturday evening disclosed that the Election Commission (EC) of India has made elaborate arrangement for polling for the seat, scheduled to be held on October 18, 2010.

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Sao Jose de Areal ST panel demands scrapping of auction

MARGAO: Sao Jose de Areal’s scheduled tribes association has denounced the Curtorim communidade’s intention to hold an auction on October 17 and 18, for establishing quarries and crushers on common lands and demanded that it be scrapped ‘immediately’, in a press communiqué to media by its secretary, Ms Josephine Viegas.

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Over 80,000 ration cards lying unclaimed

BY SHAIKH JAMALUDDIN | NT
PANAJI: The director of civil supplies and consumer affairs, Mr Gurudas Pilernkar has informed that over 80,000 ration cards have been lying unclaimed in the offices of  mamlatdars in different talukas of the state.

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