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Velip-Kulmi Ecotechnologists

By Dr Nandkumar Kamat
Goa has a multilayered culture and the deeper you delve the more the wisdom of the ordinary people strikes you. By learning through simple observations, making and correcting mistakes, discovering complex uses of simple materials, demystifying natural cycles,

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The Manchester City Striker on Football and Foes…

By Lee Clayton

Carlos Tevez plays like a man who doesn’t like an easy ride. He enjoys a tear-up, right? So let’s put him on the spot: You’ve played with Messi, Rooney and Ronaldo. Who gets to play alongside you in your dream team?

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India Lifts the Kabaddi World Cup

By Kennedy D’Silva
The Kabaddi players made India proud by beating their arch-rivals Pakistan by a huge margin of 58-24, and won one crore rupees as prize money in the first edition of the 10-day Kabaddi World Cup played at the jam-packed floodlit Guru Nanak Stadium, whereas Pakistan took home Rs 51 lakhs.

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Younger generation neglecting ‘riyaz’: Pt Vasantrao Kudnekar

NT NETWORK
The deputy Director of the Directorate of Art and Culture department, Mr Ashok Parab noted that for most of the sangeet sammelans that are held in Goa, professional artistes from neighbouring states are invited to participate.

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A tribute to a pop star

NT NETWORK
Michael Jackson the king of pop who united the world through music is an inspiration for many music lovers. One such person is Mick Fernandes of the Simply Ballroom academy from Vasco who is now all set to host a music and dance concert on April 22, dedicated to pop star Michael Jackson.

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Old Blocks, New Paths

By Shweta Patwardhan
They are chips off the old blocks, yet carving their own niches, Proof that mamma's boys and daddy's girls aren't always averse to putting in the hard mileage.

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Gearing up to save our croaking friends

BY ARTI DAS
The onset of the monsoon season by the end of May brings a much needed respite for each one of us. But for some living being, it signals a death trap. We are talking about our croaking friends, frogs.

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Feeling nostalgic about village tiatr

BY CLARA A RODRIGUES
Lucasinho Ribeiro’s staging of the first modern Konkani tiatr on April 17, 1892 marked the beginning an epoch in the history of tiatr. Today being Tiatr Day, ‘The Navhind Times' takes a look at one aspect of tiatr—the staging of tiatrs by locals of a village to be performed in the village itself, which is on the wane and highlighting steps being taken to reverse the trend. 

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Witness the Shirgaon jatra on Monday

By Bhiva P Parab
PERNEM - In Goa almost in every village jatrotsav is held, but all the jatras are not famous all over Goa. Most of them are known in the surrounding areas, but few like the Ajobachi jatra of Keri- Pernem, Bodgeshwar jatra of Mapusa and Lairaidevi jatra of Shirgaon are famous all over the state.

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High Spirits at Casa Sarita

By Odette and Joe Mascarenhas
The silver grey tassels of the beaded antique chandeliers moved to the whispers of the air-conditioned draft, the beautiful black and white mosaic on the floor shone in the subdued light and the murmur of anticipated delights of the guests echoed against the walls.

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