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Francisco Luis Gomes A Great Goan

By Maria de Lourdes Bravo da Costa Rodrigues
When one passes by the garden at Campal in Panaji, one cannot miss the full size statue, set atop a base, facing the main road. 

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Wanted: Diamond Bachelors for Leftover Ladies

By Jia You
Li Yan squeezes through the crowd to arrive at a string of colourful brochures flying above the lawn outside Hangzhou Stadium. Without wiping the sweat off her neck, the 53-year-old takes out a piece of paper and hangs it beside a pink brochure. A woman near her reads the hand-written message on it. 

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Benefits of Sudarshan Kriya

By Audumbar S Netalkar
How does it act?
Mounting scientific research continues to suggest that health, quality of life, and even the very length of life, are all profoundly affected by our mental and emotional states.

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Semantics of Irregular vs Illegal Mining

By MÁRIO CABRAL E SÁ
It is a long shopping list that resident and VIP visitors have thrust into my pocket last week: most of the items have emanated from seminars, lectures and book releases, etc,

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Children and the Need for Role Models

By Tomazinho Cardozo
It is a common complaint that today’s children do not respect elders, do not obey the norms of the family, they are stubborn, violent, etc. Yes, to some extent these remarks are correct.

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Face Packs Work Wonders

By Dr Kasturi Desai
Last week we learnt about skin problems and the treatment of people having dominant kapha doshas. This time let us discuss the two other doshas of Vata and pitta.

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‘I Am a Prisoner of Conscience’

By Tripti Nath
She is India’s best known face of peaceful protest. For almost 11 years, Manipur-based Irom Sharmila has been making daily demand for peace and withdrawal of the draconian Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) from her state by being on a fast-unto-death until the Act is repealed.

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The Retribution

By J M Ovelil
It was then, Avinash a teacher, from a school in Rajasthan approached him complaining about the malpractices in the private school run jointly by one Rev John and a Mr Takkur Prem Kumar.

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Lake of Tranquillity

By Kavita Suri
Winter is setting in Ladakh and the tourist season is almost coming to an end. The high altitude Himalayan region witnessed an unprecedented inflow of tourists this year.

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‘Goan audiences are incredible’

What inspired you to become a DJ?
I had a love for music ever since I can remember. In school I would often DJ at events and this further fuelled my passion for music. I knew that this was my calling when my brother entered this field. So I too decided to become a DJ.

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