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Family of four found dead in Mapusa flat

Mapusa: In a heart-wrenching incident, a family of four was found dead in a flat at Khorlim, Mapusa early Tuesday morning. The Mapusa police informed that prima facie it appears that the man  might have killed two minor sons and his wife before ending his life. According to the police, a call was received at around 10 am informing about the …

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Building better cities

With an objective of building a better urban future for the coming generations, All India Institute of Local Self-Government (AIILSG) in partnership with illustrious knowledge and institutional partners strives to build a platform where city mayors along with senior officials from municipal corporations from South Asian cities can share their knowledge and experiences with each other, and contribute their bit …

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Trilingual Romeo and Juliet

Though they aren’t the first ones to employ the concept of Shakespeare, the makers of the film ‘Romeo & Juliet’ are the first to bring Indo-Russian, Konkani and Hindi languages together for an adaptation of Shakespeare’s oh-so-famous love story. ‘Romeo & Juliet’ will be an aesthetically pleasing and content-driven masterpiece in global cinema. Addressing a press conference, producer of the …

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UK PM to unveil action plan to battle coronavirus spread

London: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to unveil a so-called battleplan to contain the spread of coronavirus in the UK, as the number of positive cases rose to 39. The new steps will involve possible school closures, cancelling events and bringing staff from the state-funded National Health Service (NHS) out of retirement. Over time, unnecessary travel could also …

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Mhadei: Karnataka cannot proceed without Centre’s nod, says SC

Panaji: The Supreme Court on Monday clarified that the interim order passed by the Mahadayi Water Disputes Tribunal on April 17, 2014, is in force and observed that Karnataka cannot carry out any work without complying with the condition mentioned in the award dated August 14, 2018. While observing the interim order passed by the Tribunal in April 2014, the …

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Real leapfrog Barca at top after ‘Clasico’ win

Madrid: Real Madrid showed their character by beating Barcelona 2-0 in Sunday’s top-of-the-table ‘Clasico’, leapfrogging their rivals at the La Liga summit after a week in which their pride had taken a beating at home and in Europe. Brazilian teenager Vinicius Jr scored the opener in the 71st minute with a strike that deflected off Gerard Pique, flummoxing goalkeeper Marc-Andre …

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CCP resolves to suspend trade licences of 80 kiosks

Panaji: The Corporation of City of Panaji (CCP), on Monday, resolved to suspend trade licences of 80 kiosks for not adhering to the norms of business, and  allowed only 12 kiosks to function in and around the city. This was revealed by the City Mayor Uday Madkaikar. Addressing the media, after the ordinary meeting, the Mayor informed that there were …

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‘Great coaches can change lives’

Danuska Da Gama | NT BUZZ Sports is an area which requires effort and will from various stakeholders, like the state governments, sports ministry, National Sports Federations, clubs, private organisations, family, Physical Education teachers, and others,  to come together for its upliftment. Olympic Gold Quest (OGQ), formed by Geet Sethi and Prakash Padukone, that supports the training and preparation of …

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Growing Together

Miguel Braganza The first three of my half-dozen siblings were born at the Pinto do Rosario hospital in the Porvorim ward of Socorro, which has now lent its name to the enigma that straddles the plateau area of the villages with exotic names like Salvador do Mundo and Penha da Franca besides Betim, Pilerne, Sangolda and Socorro. My eldest brother …

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Shah: will not stop till all refugees get citizenship

Kolkata: Union Home Minister Amit Shah asserted on Sunday that the Centre would not stop until all refugees in the country are granted citizenship under the amended Citizenship Act, and accused the Opposition, including the Trinamool Congress of misguiding refugees and minorities over the new law. Not a single person will lose citizenship because of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA), …

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