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Film Review – By Sachin Chatte

It is Super Duper
Film: Super 8, Cast: Joel Courtney, Elle Fanning, Riley Griffiths, Directed by: J.J Abrams, Duration: 110 mins, Rating: * * * *

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Lights, Camera, Ready for Action?

By Ranjana Kakodkar
Were you carried away by the ‘Deathly Hallows’ movie in the latest Harry Potter series…..The experts that made it possible were cinematographers.

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The Grit that is Aruna Roy

BY CLARA A RODRIGUES | NT NETWORK
Aruna Roy resigned from the Indian Administrative Service to pursue social activism on a persistent basis.

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Nikhil Dey: To make a difference you need to invest a lifetime

BY CLARA A RODRIGUES | NT BUZZ
It’s true that there are India(s) within India. While this can be taken as a sign of India’s enviable plurality, it is also a revelation of the differences that are a hindrance to India’s spiral upwards.

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Monte chapel feast on Oct 16

MARGAO: The feast of the Chapel of the Monte dedicated to Our Lady of Piety will be celebrated on October 16.

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This IFFI, Film Bazaar to introduce ‘Market Recommendations’ section

Film Bazaar, one of the integral elements of the International Film Festival of India, which handles various aspects linked to filmmaking from scriptwriting to financing and distribution to collaborative projects, will introduce a new section – ‘Market Recommendations’ – this year.     

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Travel Beckons

By Ranjana Kakodkar
“Customized luxury holidays around the world. You dream it, we create it.” proclaims a popular advert. Gone are the days when families went to their native village or Manali and Mahabaleshwar for a holiday.

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The Semana and the Medical Ball

By Maria de Lourdes Bravo da Costa Rodrigues
The students of the Goa Medical College are organising its annual Medical Ball, on October 15, under the guidance of Prof Dr Wiseman Pinto, who is keen in maintaining this tradition.

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Finding Mother

By Kavita Charanji
Twenty-one years ago Savita Mohanty had chanced upon a job ad in a newspaper. The work appeared to be emotionally demanding but she decided to send in her CV anyway.

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