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Consumers’ shoppee exhibition in city

  PANAJI: A 5-day Consumers Shoppee exhibition of consumer and household products was inaugurated by Rohan Khaunte, MLA at Don Bosco High School (DBHS), indoor stadium, Panaji on Wednesday. This exhibition is open to public until November 22 from 10 am to 9 pm. Bhupesh Naik ZP member, Fr Bennett, Don Bosco High School, Anant Samant, secretary Rotary Club of …

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Outcry over intolerance ploy to deflect attention from govt’s achievements, says Sitharaman

  PANAJI: Returning of awards by artistes and writers and the ongoing public debate over intolerance are ploys to deflect attention from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government’s achievements which are pretty good, Minister of State for Commerce and Industry (Independent charge) Nirmala Sitharaman has said.

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Goa in seventh heaven

  MINOO FERNANDES | NT FATORDA: The Gaurs will not need to graze for a while. After a glut, the gates opened and there was a flood of goals. Thongkoisep Haokip and Dudu Omagbemi scored a hat-trick each while substitute Reinaldo Da Cruz Oliveira chipped in with a goal as FC Goa flattened Mumbai City FC 7-0 to send the …

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Farmers put off stir, for now

  BICHOLIM/SANKHALI: The farmers from Mayem, on Tuesday, temporarily put off their agitation, following verbal assurance given by the collector and  Bicholim  mamlatdar  to find an amicable solution to the issue of compensation to farmers whose fields have been damaged due to deposition of silt.

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Chhath puja celebrated in Vasco

  VASCO: People flocked to Baina beach on Tuesday evening to celebrate the Chhath Puja, a very unique festival of the Hindu religion dedicated to the God of energy which is also known as Dalachhath or Surya Shashti, worshipping of Chhathi Maiya, the consort of Lord Surya.

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Cooperative movement is taken to grass root by Bardez bazaar: Falari

  MAPUSA: “The principle of cooperative movement is taken to grass root by Bardez bazaar as result the people have faith in Bardez bazaar and credit for this should be given to the management and staff of the society,” said Sandip Falari, chairperson of Mapusa Municipal Council.

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France steels itself for more attacks

  PARIS: France and Belgium staged dozens of raids on suspected extremists on Monday as Paris struggled back to its feet and  Prime Minister Manuel Valls steeled the nation for more bloodshed after its deadliest ever terror attacks.

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