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Its summer time… Its water sports time

BY CLARA A RODRIGUES  

There was a time when Goans simply loved their beaches where they went to relax and unwind with their families. But bronzing themselves on the beaches no longer holds the same appeal to the Goans as it used to decades ago. There has been a shift in their outlook.

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Expedition to Malvan

BY PRATIMA ACHREKAR

Gone are the days when people would while their time away at home. The new generation seeks adventure and embraces the need to explore the world.

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Passion of the Christ at Santa Cruz

BY CLARA A RODRIGUES 

The villagers of Santa Cruz have come together to stage a mammoth passion play.

Passion plays are commonly performed during Lent, which is the time we contemplate the sufferings Jesus underwent to save us from sin. Commercial tiatr troupes mostly put up Lenten plays during this time. It is quite rare now to see a play being planned and executed at a village level.   

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Passion of the Christ at Santa Cruz

BY CLARA A RODRIGUES 

The villagers of Santa Cruz have come together to stage a mammoth passion play.

Passion plays are commonly performed during Lent, which is the time we contemplate the sufferings Jesus underwent to save us from sin. Commercial tiatr troupes mostly put up Lenten plays during this time. It is quite rare now to see a play being planned and executed at a village level.   

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Goa Chitra’s Jazz and Visual Show Enthralls a Packed Audience

A programme aptly titled “Come to Your Senses” was held at the Goa Chitra museum at Benaulim. This show forms part of Goa Chitra’s ongoing series to showcase Goa’s brilliant artistes and raise funds for the museum.

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Chaitri utsav celebrated at Sanquelim

By RAMESH SAVAIKAR

The Pandurang temple of Vithalapur-Sanquelim, which celebrated 500 years of its existence three years ago, is known as the Pandharpur of Goa. The idols of Vithal and Rakhumai were brought to Goa from Pandharpur some 500 years ago by devotees (varkari).

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Problems with Learning Disabilities

By Amita Quenim

 Some talk well, some write well, some sing well and so on. Some have a combination of two talents and some have more. The question is how does one categorise? Would it be fair to call some one intelligent only because he writes well, or has the capacity to memorise and recall in writing where he can score cent percent.

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Now beat stress at its source – the workplace!

By Anand Ayyangar

 Transcendental Meditation of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi is making waves among the busy new-age Indian as a means of achieving a great work and personal life balance.

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Fortune Favours the Foodies

By Odette and Joe Mascarenhas

 We happened to get in touch with a chef who we had not seen for many years and like all foodies the topic focused on food. ‘Well Goa has many good food outlets,’ I commented sagely, ‘you name the cuisine we have it.’

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All the trappings of an ideal getaway

By Nadia D'Silva

The weekend witnessed the sedate but elegant launch of the much-awaited designer luxury boutique ‘The Sol’ located in the recesses of the scenic villageof Nerul.

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