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I-T sleuths search offices of Monserrate

PANAJI: The officials of the income-tax department on Friday searched the personal offices of the Education Minister, Mr Atanasio Monserrate located in various parts of the city.

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31% increase in transport dept revenue

PANAJI: The transport department has registered an increase of 31 per cent in its revenue collection in the financial year ended on March 31, 2009-10. Officials informed that the department collected total revenue of Rs 13623.04 lakh during the recently-ended financial year.

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BJP castigates Congress over CBI interrogation

PANAJI: Stating that the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has now become the ‘Congress Bureau of Investigation’, the Bharatiya Janata Party on Friday said that the Congress party, sensing state assembly elections in the near future, is misusing the central investigation agency to harass the opposition party and its leaders.

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DST likely to disburse amount of Rs 4 lakh to Betalbatim VP

MARGAO: The Betalbatim village panchayat had sent a letter to the Department of Science and Technology (DST), seeking aid in the form of subsidy to the panchayat, for the upkeep of the garbage recycling station built close to the panchayat.

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Showers bring relief to people in Salcete

MARGAO: Light showers that were experienced in some parts of Majorda, Verna and Utorda around 6 p.m. on Friday evening, have helped to bring the mercury level down to some extent, thus giving much needed relief to the villagers in this part of Salcete.

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CBI quizzes Parrikar for alleged role in IFFI case

PANAJI: The anti-corruption wing of the Central Bureau of Investigation in the state on Thursday questioned the leader of opposition and former chief minister, Mr Manohar Parrikar for nearly two hours for his alleged involvement “misappropriation of funds” during the first International Film Festival of India held in 2004 in Goa.

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Oppn backs govt on fight against Naxals

NEW DELHI:  Major opposition parties  on Thursday  came out in Parliament giving full backing to the government in the anti-Naxal fight but attacked the “severe division” in the Congress party and the treasury benches it felt would hamper the offensive.

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NHAI agreed on 45-metre road width near houses: Churchill

PANAJI: The PWD Minister, Mr Churchill Alemao on Thursday said the National Highway Authority of India has accepted the state government’s plea to reduce the width of the Mollem-Panaji road to 45-metres as against 60 metres wherever it could affect the houses and other establishments even as he said that NH-17 widening works would be tendered in May.

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