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Water hyacinths return to river Sal months after dredging

NT NETWORK MARGAO Barely months after 3.5 km stretch of river Sal was dredged, water hyacinth has returned to the river surface once again. Nearly 50 per cent of the dredged portion of the river is now covered with the water hyacinth. The six-km stretch of the river was taken up for dredging at the cost of Rs 9 crore …

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Parsekar calls for rooting out corruption at various levels

NT NETWORK PANAJI Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar has called for the rooting out of corruption at various levels. The Chief Minister was speaking at the inauguration of the Vigilance Awareness Week organised by the Directorate of Vigilance at the Secretariat on Monday. While addressing the gathering comprising various heads of departments of the government, section officers and vigilance officers, Parsekar …

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Bardez Bazaar chairman seeks govt support to expand business

NT NETWORK MAPUSA Seeking government support for the cooperative society to increase its business, Jaiwant Naik, chairman of Bardez Bazaar Consumers Co-Operative Society said that the government should not venture into products which they deal in. Addressing media persons on Thursday evening in presence of vice chairman Ravindra Fogueri, Naik said, “Our average sales have increased to Rs 7.72 lakh …

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The Gaur behaves strangely at home

  MINOO FERNANDES |NT FATORDA: Brilliant strikes by Brazilian striker Marcelo Pereira and Ghanian Richard Gadzen enabled Delhi Dynamos floor FC Goa 2-0 in the Indian Super League match played at Nehru stadium, Fatorda on Sunday.

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Prescription for success

  The National Pharmacy of Bicholim, established by renowned Marathi writer and advocate late Jaivantrao Sardessai in March 1937, which was earlier known as ‘Farmacia National’ will complete 80 years since its inception, in March 2017.

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Traditional fervour marks Diwali celebration in state

NT NETWORK PANAJI Diwali – the festival of lights, was celebrated across the state with joy and gaiety on Saturday. The annual festival began with the burning of the effigies of the mythical demon, Narkasur at dawn, signifying victory of good over evil. The festival witnessed the Hindu community beginning the day with early morning traditional bath, followed by ‘ovalni’ …

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