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7 simple injuries on Cipriano’s body, says postmortem report

PANAJI: The death of Cipriano Fernandes of Moira remains a mystery with the doctors of the forensic department of the Goa Medical College in the postmortem report stating that there were seven injuries on the body of the deceased which were simple in nature. According to medical experts, simple injuries do not cause death of a person.

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Mickky chargesheeted in threatening case

MARGAO: The crime branch, Panaji, on Monday filed a charge-sheet against former tourism minister, Mr Francisco Xavier Pacheco alias Mickky and Mr Mathew Diniz in a threatening case reported in a beach resort at Majorda in 2009.

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Oppn CCP councillors walkout over pre-poll works

PANAJI: Thwarting attempts of the ruling side on the council of the Corporation of the City of Panaji as represented by the Atanasio Monserrate panel, to use the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission for its advantage at the forthcoming CCP election, the opposition councillors on Monday staged a walkout from the ordinary meeting of the council, held at the Corporation hall.

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Attempted murder suspects surrender

MARGAO: Bashir Shaik, Rafic Bhawar, Shaik Rafic Tambak and Rabanne Tambak, wanted by the Margao police in connection with a case of attempted murder at Moti Dongor, surrendered before the Margao police on Tuesday.

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CM to take up case of reservation for STs in CCP

PANAJI: The Chief Minister, Mr Digambar Kamat on Monday assured the United Tribals Associations Alliance (UTTA) that he would immediately convene a meeting of his officers and discuss the prospects of providing 12 per cent reservation to the Scheduled Tribe communities from Goa, at the forthcoming elections to the Corporation of the City of Panaji.

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Memorandum submitted over Cipriano’s death

PANAJI: The relatives and friends of late Cipriano Fernandes (39), resident of Khursawado, Moira, submitted a memorandum to the chairman of the State Police Complaint Authority (SPCA), Justice Mr Eurico De Silva (retired) at Altinho-Panaji, on Monday morning.

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