Thursday , 19 September 2019
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Breaking boundaries

Gallery Attic presents the solo show “Forms without formality” of Francis De'Souza's recent paintings with a new experimentation in abstraction from March 19.

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The tiger story

The experts say that saving tigers is possible if our forests are saved. Also, by saving this green cover we protect around 600 rivers of our country. But, this big cat, which ranks highest, on the food chain, has been battling for its survival for quite some time now. ‘The Navhind Times’ explores

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Simple stories, deep impacts

Director Nila Madhab Panda whose movie ‘I am Kalam’ was screened at both IFFI 2010 and the prestigious 63rd Cannes Film Festival believes that independent filmmakers have more freedom to express themselves.

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‘I am Kalam’ wins Young Jury Award

The Young Jury Award, initiated at IFFI 2010 by the Entertainment Society of Goa (ESG) and Lokmat, was awarded to the film ‘I am Kalam’ recently at a function held at the Maquinez Palace, Panaji.

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Hands On with Mayur Puri

Mayur Puri requires no introduction to the people of Goa. A song writer, a screenwriter, lyricist, as well as a director of main stream cinema in Mumbai, he has written songs, screenplays and dialogues for several movies including the much successful ‘Om Shanti Om’  and  ‘ Mere Yaar Ki Shadi’.

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Young, old sway to foot tapping music at ‘Saregama Swarbahar’

‘Saregama Swarbahar’ musical concert presented by Vaishnavi Creations during the Satyanarayan Mahapooja organised by the Panaji Bazarkar Mandal at Market Complex, Panaji recently enthralled the 2000-odd audiences with the foot tapping numbers sung by well known artistes Rahul Saxena, Aarohi Mhatre, Chaitanya Kulkarni and Susmirata Davalkar among others.

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TAG’s 2nd Popular Tiatr Festival

Day 3 

Goans wake up and smell the stink


‘Kednam Utt’ttolo’ a tiatr written and directed by Prince Jacob is all about the destruction of Goa’s environment and ecology courtesy mega projects.

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The pestal dance

Musall Khel literally means ‘the pestal dance’ is an annual feature in the quiet sleepy village of Chandor. It is a group dance performed exclusively by the Kshatriys Christians and is performed during the Carnival celebrations in the State.

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Connected to an Electronic Leash

By Perin Ilavia

There was a time when we had only one phone - a land line, government operated - and when the phone rang and you didn’t get to it in time you would be left wondering about who could’ve called and why.

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Play staged on the life of Mother Maria Clara

The management, staff and students of Mary Immaculate Girls’ high school staged the play ‘Walking in the Light’ at the Ravindra Bhavan recently. The play is based on the life of their founder, Mother Maria Clara of the child Jesus.

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