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Bal Bharati Vidyamandir students excel in Hindi exams

Bal Bharati Vidyamandir, Ribandar secured 100 per cent results in the Hindi exams organised by the Maharashtra Rashtrabhasha Sabha Pune. Tanisha Shirvoikar from Prathamic category as well as Pritija Karmalkar from Subodh category stood first in Goa.

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St Michael felicitates Rabindranath Nagvenkar

St Michael’s Convent School, Vagator felicitated science teacher, Rabindranath Nagvenkar for 36 years of his dedicated services. Eucharistic celebration with the theme ‘Thank you for planting love and knowledge since 1982’ was offered by Fr Patrick Furtado.

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Choose light and bright hues this spring-summer

Roanna Silveira Spring and summer is all about freshness and youth. Light and flirty colours were splashed all over the runway. Light pinks, reds, corals are in for the lips, while the eyes were adorned with bright, youthful colours. Skin was mostly about perfect, glowing, fresh skin. Let’s see what looks the runway brings us and how we can adjust …

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Jemimah Rodrigues: Indian women’s cricket team’s new member hungry for runs

Last year, on November 5, she became the youngest Indian to score a double hundred in a first-class game; and a fortnight later, on November 20, she received a debut call-up to the India ‘A’ side. And on Wednesday, Jemimah Rodrigues was named in the Indian women’s cricket squad for the South Africa tour.

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Plastics found in everyday items

Kedar Kulkarni Raju’s classmates wanted to know about plastics. They asked their teacher what types of plastics were used on a daily basis. Teacher said: “Well, plastics are synthetic materials made from organic polymers. These materials are easy to mould when soft and retain the shape. Basically plasticity is the ability of a material to deform without breaking. The ability …

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Star of the week

By now many must know about Dhiti Lotlikar whose music video of herself singing ‘Apghat’, originally sung by Chris Perry/Lorna, was trending on social media apps like WhatsApp and Facebook.

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Gene responsible for autism identified

Scientists, including one of Indian-origin, have identified a gene that is responsible for neurodevelopmental disorders, including autism, an advance that may pave the way for developing treatments.

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