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Monsoon finally arrives in state

  PANAJI: Monsoon finally arrived in the state after a delay of about 12 days, the Goa IMD has confirmed. An IMD official said, “Monsoon arrived in many parts of Goa on Monday, but it is still weak and in coming days, it will get active over the entire state. There has been a delay of almost a fortnight as …

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NGOs obstructing key projects need to be exposed: Parrikar

  PANAJI: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar, on Monday, said that there are several knotty matters pending before the state government, and the vested interests in the form of some NGOs, who are complicating them for their own ulterior motives, needs to be exposed.

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Shet directs officials to resolve water problem

  SANKHALI : Speaker and Mayem MLA  Anant Shet and Sankhali MLA Dr Pramod Sawant have taken serious note of the acute and regular water shortage  in the Bicholim taluka which comprises Bicholim, Mayem and Sankhali constituencies.

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Sunny double leads St Anthony’s SC into final

  BENAULIM : St Anthony’s SC, Assolda entered the finals of the Cana-Benaulim Panchayat Cup football tournament, organised by Cana-Benaulum Sporting Association, defeating Navelim Sporting Club 2-0 in the semifinals played at St John the Baptist ground, Benaulim on Monday.

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Floyd, Pranjal emerge badminton champs

  PANAJI: Floyd Araujo and Pranjal Chimulkar emerged champions in the men’s and women’s singles respectively in the Late Manohar Dhond Memorial, all Goa major ranking badminton tournament, organised in collaboration with Goa Badminton Association and SAG at Indoor stadium, Campal.

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Open defecation rampant in Margao

  Joao Sousa M | NT MARGAO: With sanitation facilities lacking in the commercial capital of state and large-scale open defecation, Margao has turned vulnerable for possible outbreak of diarrhoea as it is making slow progress on achieving zero defecation status.

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Shripad assures more ambulances as per need

  BICHOLIM: Union Minister of State for AYUSH (independent charge) Shripad Naik has said that  the Centre has decided to adopt ayurvedic  system  for treating various diseases and that a provision of Rs   500 crore  has been made for the scheme.

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Baina locals seek relief from water-logging woes

  VASCO: Residents of Baina and other localities including students face immense hardships due to water-logging on the road leading to railway foot overbridge near MPT ground and Mata Secondary School during the monsoon. 

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