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The government-run National Institute of Oceanography says the level of fecal coliform bacteria in coastal waters and rivers is much higher than the accepted safety standards.

Senior scientist at the institute N. Ramaiah said Friday that the contamination has been measured at 190 so-called colony forming units while safety levels should be at 100 units.

Goa is one of the most sought after beach destinations in India. It attracts nearly 2.6 million tourists annually, including nearly half a million foreigners, mostly from Britain, Russia and Germany.

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