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Saturday, September 29, 2012

95% of shops in Panaji market illegal: Corporation of the City of Panaji

Times of India
PANAJI: Nearly 95% of the 500 shops in Panaji market are being run illegally. This was disclosed by Corporation of the City of Panaji (CCP) commissioner Sanjit Rodrigues at the monthly CCP meeting on Thursday. No action has been initiated but CCP will ...


'Rollback new shack policy'

Times of India
The aggrieved shack owners gathered near the Panaji church square and shouted slogans decrying the policy. They then went in a rally to the tourism department office in the city. They could be heard shouting "amchim shack-am amkam zai" (we want our ...

Mayem locals demand better bus services

Times of India
BICHOLIM: Residents of Poira ward in Mayem village have demanded bus services from Bicholim to Mapusa via Poira-Corjuem in order to end their woes due to irregular plying of passenger buses from Bicholim to Poira. Commuters, especially students, are ...

Family tries to protect girl's honour, assaulted

Times of India
VASCO: Vasco police have arrested four persons on charges of assaulting a family of four including seriously injuring a 19-year-old boy late on Thursday evening. A brawl took place at Mangor hill when the Lamani community got together at Durgamata ...

Congress lectures govt on law & order in Goa

Times of India
PANAJI: Expressing concern over the deteriorating law-and- order situation in the state, the Congress on Thursday demanded that the BJP government bring the situation under control in the next couple of months or the people will agitate to protest this ...

Morcha demands restart of mining operations

Times of India
PANAJI: Workers from various iron ore mines in the state held a morcha in Panaji on Thursday demanding that the government take immediate steps to resume mining in Goa. The morcha was held under the banner of the Goa Mining Labour Welfare Union, ...

10 shops damaged as tree branch falls at Assonora market

Times of India
MAPUSA/BICHOLIM: Ten shops were damaged after a branch of a huge peepal tree came down crashing in the Assonora market in the early hours of Thursday. Three shops were totally damaged while seven were partially damaged. The incident took place ...

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