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Goa govt extends ban on entry of Sri Ram Sene Chief Pramod Muthalik

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The ban on his entry is extended by another sixty days as the earlier ban expired on January 14, 2016.

Goa man ends 'no shave' protest; Parrikar says now Varik can go to a barber

  Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar

Mahesh Varik had decided not to shave his beard until his demand of building bridges across two rivers in Goa was fulfilled.

Verbal abuse case: Remo gets bail, says truth will come out

Pop singer Remo Fernandes was on Thursday granted anticipatory bail in connection with a case of allegedly verbally abusing a minor girl, by Goa children’s court which observed that there is no possib

Bomb scare on two Express trains in Goa turns out to be hoax

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‘We checked the entire station, there was nothing incriminating found.’

NCP raises eyebrows over Manohar Parrikar criticising NGOs

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar (Photo: PTI)

Parrikar had blamed NGOs for their negative behaviour.

Goa lifeguard protest: State govt to intervene to resolve row

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Lifeguards are demanding regularisation of services and payment of minimum wages.

Remo back in Goa, hearing on bail plea January 5

Remo Fernandes

Pop singer Remo Fernandes, accused of threatening a minor girl allegedly knocked down by his son’s car, on Friday returned to Goa from Europe, even as a local court posted the date for hearing his ant

Strike enters 2nd day, 361 lifeguards held in Goa

The Goa government said it was monitoring the situation on the beaches in the wake of strike by lifeguards which entered its second day on Wednesday, even as 361 lifeguards were arrested after they to

Lifeguards in Goa on strike, ESMA invoked

Lifeguards in Goa on Tuesday began an indefinite strike seeking regularisation of their jobs, prompting the state government to invoke Essential Services Maintenance Act (ESMA) against them.

‘Remo Fernandes has Portuguese nationality’

Noted fusion artiste and playback singer Remo Fernandes, summoned by the police for allegedly threatening a minor girl who was hit by his son’s car, has surrendered his Indian citizenship and became a

It’s got to be the heat. We have been warned this is going to be a long, hot summer.

A fortnight ago, in this column I had described the wrangle between India and Pakistan in the icy wastes of the Siachen glacier. Today, let us examine another dispute between the two neighbours.