Ships carrying dubious ore not to be allowed to leave Goa port | Centre for Science and Environment


Ships carrying dubious ore not to be allowed to leave Goa port

Panaji, October 18: The Mormugao Port, caught in the eye of a storm after it was hit by allegations of allowing export of illegal ore both from Goa and Karnataka, has now decided to act and stop dubious ships from leaving port.
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