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Rising water at Morjim dilutes shack profits

Shack owners in Vithaldaswada and Tembwada in Morjim have claimed that sea water entering their shacks is causing them heavy losses. The water level in the North Goa beach has been rising since January 2 and even entered the kitchens of two shacks at Tembwada.

Shack owners Albert Mascarenhas, Pravin Dhumaskar and Nandakishor Morje claimed to have suffered losses amounting to lakhs of rupees when sea water entered their shacks at high tide. Not only were goods in the kitchen damaged, but two refrigerators belonging to Dhumaskar went under the water.

Full report here Times of India 


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