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The Narimans

By Khushwant Singh
As I read Fali Nariman’s memoirs ‘Before Memory Fades’, an autobiography (Hay House), I kept thinking about Nani Palkiwala who I had the privilege of befriending during my years in Bombay. Both men were Parsis from the middle class families with modest means.

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Sony BDP-S370/B Blu-ray Player

By Roydon Cerejo
Even though the prices of Blu-rays are very affordable we still don’t see a mass acceptance. One of the main reasons for this is the price of Blu-ray players, which has always been around the Rs 20K mark.

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Early Rock Art Found at Bambolim – II

By Dr Nandkumar M Kamat
Lithic material and lithic societies are the latest novel nomenclatures I found in recently published standard scientific works on the subject. ‘Lithic materials and Palaeolithic societies’ (Brian Adams and Brooke Blades, 2009) is a 300-page tome on discoveries of lithic materials such as hand axes, stone cupules and microliths from different parts of the world.

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Bert van Marwijk can End the Pain for Holland

By Matt Lawton
There is no pleasing some people. Well, in this case a hostile Dutch media, whose football journalists are among the finest in Europe. Guys who know the game and know their game.

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Pluses and Minuses of NREGA

BY DR SAUMITRA MOHAN
National Rural Employment Guarantee Programme (NREGA) has been in operation for over four years and is being implemented in all the districts of the country. NREGA has turned out to be one of the most fascinating schemes launched by the State, generating lots of expectations because of the success story it has turned out to be.

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Bollywood Aliens


Rachel Shelley, a British television actress, portrayed Elizabeth Russell in Ashutosh Gowarikar’s Lagaan. Paul Blackthorne played her villainous and racist brother Captain Andrew Russell. Having spent his early childhood on British Military bases in both England and Germany Blackthorne’s performance was brilliant, and his painstaking training in Hindi for six months paid off. But it did nothing to fetch him more roles in Hindi films.

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Thibaw Palace

By K D L Khan
The year 2010 marks the one hundredth anniversary of the construction of the famous edifice known as the Thibaw Palace at Ratnagiri, 225 kilometres from Mumbai.

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Giving Goan Economy a Boost

By Mário Cabral e Sá
It is a very delicate juncture of time, when the world’s engines of growth are just about emerging out of recession. We have witnessed an almost unprecedented global economic meltdown which had taken the proportion of a crisis. 

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The Menace of Naxalism

By Tomazinho Cardozo
Naxal violence is on the rise. During the last few months hundreds of security personnel have been killed. Earlier only the security forces were targets but now civilians are not spared too. Numerous innocent citizens are killed by the Naxals in cold blood.

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Why We Like to Procrastinate

By Marilia Priyanka Fernandes
The phone bill needs to be paid, the gate needs fixing, the diet program has to be started, the garden needs tending, groceries are needed at home and the deadline for the report at work is fast approaching.

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