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Margao KTC bus stand bereft of dustbins

MARGAO: Travelling by public road transport is way of life for a majority of the people in the state. And a large number of them pass through the Margao’s Kadamba Transport Corporation (KTC) bus stand; most out of necessity.

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Centre may include caste in census

NEW DELHI:  The government could go in for inclusion of caste in census, according to indications that emerged on Wednesday from a meeting of the Union cabinet which decided to set up a group of ministers to discuss modalities in this regard.

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33 of marriage party killed in AP accident

HYDERABAD:  Tragedy struck a marriage party on Wednesday evening when 33 of its members, including 15 women and some children, were killed and 24 injured seriously as the van they were travelling in collided head-on with a lorry in Andhra Pradesh’s Adilabad district, the police said.

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One killed in Gujarat riot

AHMEDABAD: A 52-year-old man, injured during clashes between two communities in Shahpur died on Wednesday, while three others were wounded in fresh violence in the area, the police said.

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AI employees call off stir

NEW DELHI:  The 33-hour flash strike by a section of Air India employees was called off on Wednesday following a Delhi High Court order, but the management cracked down on strike leaders sacking 15 and suspending 13 others.
Several more employees involved in the strike which began on Tuesday afternoon

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First ever fruit ripening chamber set up in Goa

BY MICHAEL FISHER | NT NETWORK 
PANAJI: With the controversy over artificial ripening of fruits hitting traders and farmers badly, SBS Enterprises, headed by Mr Balkrishna S Shet Shirsat has set up Goa’s first ever ripening chamber and cold store rooms that will help Goan farmers and traders in selling their produce.

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SSCE results today

PANAJI: The results of the SSC examination conducted by the Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education in March/April, 2010 will be declared on May 27, at 11 a.m.

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