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Encroachment on PWD land removed

As per the deputy collector’s orders, the PWD officials along with joint mamlatdar and joint mamladar one carried out demolition of the encroachment on the PWD land acquired for road widening along the siolim to Chopdem road on Friday.

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Fracas at Kirlapal as Sesa officials permit only 50 dumpers to carry ore

Of the 200 or so vehicles that turned up at  the Sesa Goa’s iron ore dump in Kirlapal, Dabal in Sanguem taluka,  expecting to resume their business after a gap of over two years, the company officials permitted only 50 dumpers to carry the ore, causing major fracas.

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Row erupts between S Goa Collectorate, Margao traffic police over removal of dumped vehicles

A major row has erupted between the South Goa Collectorate and the Margao traffic police over the removal of vehicles dumped at various places in the vicinity of the Margao Police Station. While the South Goa Collector, Venancio Furtado alleges that the police have not followed the proper legal procedures to remove these vehicles deemed as scrap, the Margao traffic …

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Uniting Congressmen in state will be my priority: Luizinho

The newly appointed president of goa Pradesh congress committee luizinho faleiro said that his priority will be to unite Congressmen in the state. He addressed media persons at Dabolim airport after his arrival in the state from Delhi on Wednesday afternoon.

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IG Garg chalks out plan for South Goa

Regular follow-up about the welfare of senior citizens, deployment of 8 Sub Inspectors, confiscating rent a bike vehicles from busy public places and allocation of over 50 Home Guards personnel to assist traffic police in South Goa are some of the major plans of the Goa Police, Inspector General of Police Sunil Garg has said.

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Surla farmers demand compensation over mining silt

Farmers in Surla are still awaiting the outstanding  compensation that was awarded  by a court  in 2007 for the loss they had suffered after the mining silt entered their agricultural fields rendering the soil infertile for cultivation.

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Strong winds cut power supply in Curchorem

Trees uprooted by strong winds and thundershowers on Monday afternoon have left around 4,000 households in Curchorem, Sanvordem, Dhadlem, Shirgao, Mollem, Guddimol and other areas without electricity.

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