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‘Vaskuchim Lharam’ pays tribute to Goa’s port town

BY ADELMO FERNANDES
The parish priest of St Andrew’s Church, Vasco, Rev Fr Jose Antonio Da Costa is a multi-faceted personality who has rendered yeomen service to the people of Vasco. He is talented and musically inclined.

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‘Republic of Portugal helped Goan Hindus’

Historian, Percival Noronha is among the few who has thoroughly studied Goa’s history. He relates how Portugal’s move from being a monarchy to a republic impacted Goa’s social structure, especially the Goan Hindu community
Portugal became a republic on October 5, 1910 and within four days the news had reached Goa.

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From Asian Teens, With Love: Healthy Meals

By Naunidhi Kaur
The lower level meeting room near the gymnasium was abuzz with activity at the Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) in Mississauga, Ontario. A group of 10 women had been informed by their caseworker that the Meals with Love youth would be visiting them for a presentation on healthy eating and will be handing out hampers of locally-grown produce.

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International artists shine at Abhisheki Sangeet Mahotsav

The seventh Pandit Jitendra Abhisheki Sangeet Mahotsav organised by the Kala Academy, department of Art and Culture and Tarangini Sankritik Pratisthan was held at the Dinanath Mangueshkar hall, Kala Academy. This festival is held annually to pay tributes to the great legend Pt Abhisheki.

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Let the lights come on

BY CLARA A RODRIGUES | NT NETWORK
From the days when lights were seen more as an added element to the making of a drama, this department has increased in importance attracting the attention of stage directors. Lighting has become an integral part of dramas states noted Marathi playwright Vishnu Surya Wagh.  

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Let the lights come on

BY CLARA A RODRIGUES | NT NETWORK
From the days when lights were seen more as an added element to the making of a drama, this department has increased in importance attracting the attention of stage directors. Lighting has become an integral part of dramas states noted Marathi playwright Vishnu Surya Wagh.  

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Odyssey 2010 concludes

Odyssey 2010, Goa’s biggest management fest was held recently at the Taleigao Community hall-Panaji. College teams from Pune, Mangalore, Belgaum, Hubli and from Goa participated in it. The event organised by Saraswat Vidhyalaya’s Sridora Caculo College of Commerce and Management Studies, show a huge turnout of students at the events. 

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Latin heat set to raise temperatures in Goa

If you are a die hard fan of Brazilian samba, soccer and its colourful carnival then musical ‘Brazil! Brazil!’ is a definite watch. It pays tribute to all that is Brazil.

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When Portugal became a republic…

Hundred years ago, on October 5, 1910, Portugal became a Republic. This had widespread repercussions on its colonies, which were now called provinces. Historians in Goa say that the tidings of this development in Portugal reached Goa much later because the communication network was not highly developed.

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Goa Chitra celebrates harvest party

Goa Chitra, the ethnographical museum in Benaulim celebrated their annual farm day as a tribute to the ‘xetcamoti’ (farmer). As an annual feature; this day marks the efforts of the farmers who toil the land to produce the grains on our table.

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