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By Odette and Joe Mascarenhas
…a new place in Vasco – The HQ. Would it take care of the needs of the people?
“Ori has fulfilled the need for a high quality Pan Asian restaurant in Vasco with specialities like sushi, dim sums, and nasi goring that are delectable and authentic,” informed Vaishali Joshi.

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New Face Every Day!

By Homai Sagar
Every single day, without even knowing it, you are wearing a new face. That’s because your skin regularly sheds old, dead cells and makes new ones. But sometimes, the layer of dead cells builds up on the surface and clogs your pores.
The result: a dull appearance and perhaps blemishes.

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Midlife Crisis, or Midlife Rises

By Amita Quenim
Has anyone ever reflected on life at this stage? Just as old age is called a stage of second childhood, similarly, midlife is called second adolescence. However, the difference is that, society and family are more considerate towards children and older people, and very critical towards adolescence and middle-age people. It’s a period in search of identity.

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Autism: Education and acceptance the key solution

Many parents are often unaware that their child is autistic till the condition is diagnosed by a specialist and until then attribute their child’s behaviour to external factors when actually the cause is neurobiological.

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A wife recounts…

BY CLARA A RODRIGUES | NT NETWORK
There are two types of people in this world. One who fear they feel they are inadequate and the other who fear that they, in Nelson Mandela’s words, are ‘powerful beyond measure’.

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Beyond the Indian Look

By Dhanvanti Keshavrao
Till very recently, when you thought of an ethnic look in Indian fashion, the first thing that came to mind was the saree or ghagra choli with the usual accessories of bangles and bindi.

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A career in Web Design

By Ranjana Kakodkar, Margao 
Sometime in the early 1990’s, a cool new tool burst on our tech radar. Its nascent avatar called “mosaic” morphed very logically into “Netscape” and then on, the internet mania took off like a super sonic jet.

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A Musical evening dedicated to Tagore

The Bengali Cultural Association, Panaji, a 30-year-old organisation, which has been promoting Bengali culture in Goa through various activities like dance, music, film festivals, theatre festivals, is organising a musical soiree, ‘A Musical Evening’ – as a special tribute to Nobel Laureate and India foremost poet, Rabindranath Tagore on the occasion of his 150th birth anniversary celebration, at Kala Academy Open Air Auditorium, Campal, Panaji, on April 3 at 6 p.m.

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The intertwine of art with life

Banglanatak dot com have initiated many new programs with both rural and tribal artists, and have been working exclusively to preserve and protect the creative practices of the Chau, Patachitra, Baul Fakiri, Jhummur and Ghambira and Domni art forms of India.

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A tribute to the late Frank Fernand

By J P Pereira

On April 1, 2007, Frank Fernand passed away in Mumbai. The great maestro, music director and producer of the two best Konkani films, ‘Amchem Noxib’ and ‘Nirmonn’ as well as ‘Mhoji Ghorkarnn’ received great acclaim from the Mumbai film industry.

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