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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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Lighting up the ramp with starry-eyed dreams

Making the transition from dreaming and imagining to actually living them out seemed at first a gruelling task for the children of the National Association for the Blind (NAB), who are all set to sway in the spotlight at the fashion show,

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‘Teag’ – The inevitable of life

By WILLY GOES
Suffering and sacrifice is an inevitable part of life. ‘Teag’, penned by Derrick D’Mello and staged at the 37th Tiatr Competition at Kala Academy gave an insight into the limit of suffering, sacrifices and loss one can go through.

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Radio documentary on Goa’s history

By Dr Luis Dias
Tobias Svaneli, radio presenter from Sweden is currently in Goa to research material for a radio documentary centred around the 50th anniversary of Goa’s Liberation.

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‘Writing Centers help students improve language skills’

“My visit to Goa was very short but from what I have seen, I like Goa a lot and want to come here again,” says Joseph Dwaileebe, an instructor in the English language from America, who conducts language courses.

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Creating the right mix

BY PURVI RADIA | NT BUZZ
Whipping up fancy looking cocktails is what Australian mixologist, Natasha Sorensen’s forte. Down in Goa to hold cocktail making workshops, Natasha says she is aware of the local sensibilities.

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