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Mapusa Merchants demand streamlining of market vendors

  MAPUSA : A delegation comprising of 40 traders from the Mapusa Merchants Association met the Mapusa Municipal Council (MMC) chairperson Sandip Falari on Wednesday demanding the streamlining of Mapusa market as vendors congest the market roads and sell goods at less price.

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Emotions on a roller coaster ride

  MARGAO/DULER: Emotions went through different phases on Thursday as different teams saw different results in the Goa Football Association (GFA) First Division League played at four different grounds in Goa. The pendulum began swinging in Duler, took speed at Poriat, see-sawed in Agassaim and finally settled in Navelim.

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Tackling his way up the ladder

  Maria Fernandes The only way to push up a country’s footballing prowess is to improve on the training of its players from the ground up. Over the last few years the need for greater emphasis on amateur football has been identified, and multiple programmes have been launched by I-League clubs and ISL franchises, apart from ‘grassroot festivals’ held at …

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Opponents up the ante at Defexpo site

NT NETWORK   BETUL Upping their ante against the Defence Expo to be held in March,  villagers of Betul and surrounding areas on Wednesday drove away  the trucks believed to be carrying fencing materials for the  expo. Highly placed sources said the district administration, which is gearing up for a showdown with locals, has planned to make elaborate security arrangements. …

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EVMs to be kept on standby for CCP polls

NT NETWORK   PANAJI For the first time in the history of polls to the Corporation of the City of Panaji (CCP) scheduled to be held on March 6, one EVM will be kept on standby in place of each EVM and as such, there will be a total of 136 EVMs on the voting day, revealed Sub-Divisional Magistrate of …

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56 held as protest against Cuddegal mine ore transportation turns violent

NT NETWORK   CURCHOREM Around 56 persons including three women protesting against transportation of e-auctioned ore from Fomento’s Cuddegal mine were arrested by police on Wednesday when some unknown persons pelted stones at the trucks. The people were demanding reinstatement of services of 219-odd employees of the mine who were retrenched on the grounds that the mining activities have stopped. …

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St Inez STP: from dirty sewage to clean water

  SHOAIB SHAIKH | STAFF REPORTER PANAJI: If your are told that the St Inez creek stinks due to the water being released into it by the sewage treatment plant (STP) at Tonca, then your are being misguided as the water that is let out after the sewage is treated at the plant is  clean and non-stinking.

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No solution yet to stray dog menace in Sattari

  ABDULLA KHAN | NT VALPOI: As per statistics from the Community Health Centre (CHC), Valpoi, more than 30 people are being bitten by stray dogs every month in Sattari taluka out of which 5 to 10 cases on an average are reported from Valpoi.

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Virology institute confirms presence of KFD virus in Goa

Virology institute confirms presence of KFD virus in Goa   SOIRU VELIP | NT Senior Reporter PANAJI: The Pune-based National Institute of Virology has confirmed that the samples lifted from the three dead monkeys from Sattari taluka have tested positive to the Kyasanur forest disease virus.

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