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AIFF wants Goan clubs back in I-League - Times of India

23May2017
AIFF wants Goan clubs back in I-LeagueTimes of IndiaFormer champions Dempo Sports Club, Salgaocar FC and Sporting Clube de Goa pulled out of the I-League this season in protest against the AIFF's proposed restructuring of Indian football. The clubs were aghast at plans to make the Indian Super League ...
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Goa orders closure of unused bridges - The Hindu

23May2017
The HinduGoa orders closure of unused bridgesThe HinduGoa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar on Monday ordered the shutting down and barricading of old, unused bridges in the State and also ordered a safety audit of such bridges. The order, tweeted by the Chief Minister's Office(CMO), comes four days after a ...Eating beef in Goa: A complicated history of identity politicsHindustan TimesGoa: Manohar Parrikar orders closure of old, unused bridgesOneindiaCap tourists, ban plastics at Dudhsagar, says ParrikarTimes of IndiaIndia.com -IANSall 11 news articles »
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2 Nepali men die in Arpora accident - Times of India

29Nov2016
Times of India2 Nepali men die in Arpora accidentTimes of IndiaMAPUSA: Two Nepali nationals, working at a casino in the state, died in a road accident early Monday morning at Arpora. The accident, reportedly a self-accident, took place at Arpora after the motorcycle they were riding, hit a tree and the duo ...and more »
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New Baga-Arpora bridge continues to miss deadlines - Times of India

12Feb2017
New Baga-Arpora bridge continues to miss deadlinesTimes of IndiaCALANGUTE: Nine months on, work on the long-delayed new bridge at Tambudki, Arpora, next to Mackie's Saturday Night Market, has been progressing at a snail's pace. The project, which begun on June 11 last year, was expected to end within three ...
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Sewerage work on Calangute-Baga road chokes traffic once again - Times of India

05May2017
Times of IndiaSewerage work on Calangute-Baga road chokes traffic once againTimes of IndiaNarrating his ordeal, senior citizen from Baga, John Egipsy, said he was facing a lot of problems commuting from Baga to Calangute as he had to take a longer route via Sankwadi, Arpora, to reach Calangute. "I don't see PWD officials supervising the ...and more »
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Rich haul in every endeavor for Baga businessman - The Navhind Times

15May2017
Rich haul in every endeavor for Baga businessmanThe Navhind TimesHis latest venture is a new restaurant Fat Fish started four years back near the Arpora- Calangute bridge. “Each restaurant has its own specialty but the USP of my eatery is the thali system which is a huge hit. Most of the customers prefer the sea ...
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Arpora blank Vagator in U-10 boys match - Oherald

09Dec2016
OheraldArpora blank Vagator in U-10 boys matchOheraldPANJIM: In Zone 2 GFDC Arpora beat GFDC Vagator 3-0 in a U-10 boys match of the GFDC Rising Stars football festival at St Joseph High School ground, Arpora, recently. The goal scorers were Atharv Kerkar, Rujal Sangodkar and Zico Silveira.and more »
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Arpora-Baga bridge will be completed by Nov-end: Lobo - The Navhind Times

09Oct2016
The Navhind TimesArpora-Baga bridge will be completed by Nov-end: LoboThe Navhind TimesARPORA: Heavy rains in the past few days have delayed completion of the Arpora bridge connecting Baga at Mackie's Saturday market. The bridge will be completed before November-end, said Calangute MLA Michael Lobo. The work on the bridge ...
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Man arrested for raping sister-in-law in Arpora hotel - The Navhind Times

07Nov2016
Times of IndiaMan arrested for raping sister-in-law in Arpora hotelThe Navhind TimesMAPUSA: In a shocking incident that occurred on Sunday, Anjuna police arrested a Surat native for allegedly raping his sister-in-law in a hotel at Arpora. The alleged accused had come down to Goa on a vacation along with his family, relatives and friends.Surat man rapes sister-in-law, heldTimes of Indiaall 3 news articles »
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Lovebirds, sex workers 'take over' Campal Children's Park - The Navhind Times

23May2017
The Navhind TimesLovebirds, sex workers 'take over' Campal Children's ParkThe Navhind TimesExpressing his resentment towards neglectful attitude of the authorities, Govind Naik, a father of 7-year-old boy from Bambolim, said, “It is no more child-friendly place. I used to regularly take my son to the park during weekends but now I take him ...
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