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Learning all the way

Learning is a lifelong process; no, I am not talking about studies but about the thousand traits that make our character and persona.

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Atharv Joshi star on the Horizon

By Maria Fernandes
Have you ever looked up at the sky and wondered about the stars that sometimes twinkle brightly? Since they all look the same, can you identify them?

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MY VIEWS ON CHILDREN’S DAY

Children’s day is a special day for children in India as it’s a day when it’s all about us, CHILDREN. Every few days we celebrate different occasions like Diwali, Holi, Republic day, Mother’s day, etc.

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Children & the future

According to the latest United Nations population estimates, world population reached the seven billion mark on 31 October 2011, an historic milestone in the growth of world population. 

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Chacha Nehru

Children’s Day is celebrated all over the world on 20th November. In India Children’s Day is celebrated on Jawaharlal Nehru’s Birthday (our first prime minister) which is on November 14.

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Child Prodigies

Divya Tej, was born on 8th June, 1990. He completed 10th standard directly after 4th standard at the age of 8 years.

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Bravehearts

The National Bravery Award Scheme is an endeavour by the Indian Council for Child Welfare to give due recognition to children who show exceptional courage and perform meritorious service to inspire others to emulate them.

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Mughda Khatavkar dancing to glory

by Maria Fernandes
Dancing queen, young and sweet, only 17, oops I mean only 14.These are the lyrics of the famous Abba song and they also hold true about, our star of the week, Mughda Khatavkar from Ponda, who is all of the above and more.

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Watch them at ‘DANCE GOA DANCE’

Planet J Team
Some of the Café Coffee Days, on certain weekends, from end August to end September had a lot happening and you could not only hear thumping music but also crowds in and outside these cafes. What was happening? A lot, let me tell you.

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