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Former minister Jose Philip D’souza has been appointed as president of Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) in Goa

Former minister Jose Philip D’souza has been appointed as president of Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) in Goa, in place of Advocate Suhas Mahadev Valvaikar. NCP national president Sharad Pawar, on the recommendation of National General Secretary and In-charge of Goa state affairs Praful Patel, appointed Jose Philip D’souza as the president of NCP in Goa

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the aam admi party in goa have lodged a complaint against PWD minister Ramakrishna alias sudin Dhavlikar at the ponda police satiation

representatives of the aam admi party in goa have lodged a complaint against PWD minister Ramakrishna alias sudin Dhavlikar at the ponda police satiation over alleged falsification of his educational qualifications

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the cyclonic wind that blew in the state in the past 24 hours , around 15 trees got uprooted and fell down in north goa.

due to the cyclonic wind that blew in the state in the past 24 hours , around 15 trees got uprooted and fell down in north goa. Roofs of two houses in akoi , near mapusa, also came crashing down. The gusty wind also saw several electricity poles and lines coming down, thus disrupting electricity supply

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Margao sessions court on Monday acquitted all the 9 accused persons in the Sultan Bellary case of 2011.

The Margao sessions court on Monday acquitted all the 9 accused persons in the Sultan Bellary case of 2011. The South Goa Sessions Court had framed charges against the 9 accused for criminal conspiracy, abduction, murder and destruction of evidence.

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the Convener of the goa aam admi party has maintained that the PWD minister has signed a false affidavit in front of the election commissio

the Convener of the goa aam admi party has maintained that the PWD minister has signed a false affidavit in front of the election commission about his educational qualifications which is a criminal case under section 420 IPC

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