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Time for brainstorming and action

Goa Entrepreneurs Mentoring Services Trust (GEMS) is organising a workshop on ‘Employability and Entrepreneurship’ on March 13 from 4 p.m. to 6.30 p.m. at Nalanda Hall, EDC House, Panaji.

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The unofficial beef ban

Even though slaughter of animals, other than the cow, is allowed in the state, Goa is today a virtual beef-free state. Traders are in a fix as activists ambush beef being transported from Karnataka and effectively block slaughter at the Goa Meat Complex, writes MICHAEL FISHER

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Sugar in check

By team B&C   Devices to detect diabetes are the fastest growing segment of the healthcare industry in India where the highest number of diabetes patients exists. Check out the market and one will discover a plethora of machines ranging from simple glucose measuring apparatus to a more evolved blood sugar monitoring systems.

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Q: Does the Budget 2015 have something in store for budding entrepreneurs?

Q: Does the Budget 2015 have something in store for budding entrepreneurs? Over the years, entrepreneurship has proven to be critical for India’s growth and development, given its increasing significance and visible impact in wealth-creation and employment-generation.

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In a mould of his own

Networking is key to climbing the corporate ladder, emphasizes D Kumar Pillai who set up Oriyon Molding that manufactures plastic molded components for high-profile companies in India and abroad, writes MICHAEL FISHER

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Darning – a dying skilled job

The craft of mending and stitching torn garments, known as darning, is a dying profession. Only a handful of these skilled and specialised tailors remain today, writes MICHAEL FISHER 

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INVESTOR’S GUIDE

Expect profit booking at higher levels Share prices will remain range bound in the week ahead. The Nifty currently is at critical juncture and is facing resistance at higher levels of 9,000 points.

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A slice of heritage

Keeping Goa’s heritage and culture intact, Shanti Morada in Saligao is Delhiite Rajat Verma’s way of practicing tourism rightly, discovers SHOMA PATNAIK

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Forum dismisses plea for lack of jurisdiction

BY JATIN RAMAIYA Edgar Joao Antonio Lourenco from Salcete had approached the Consumer Dispute Redressal Forum at Margao complaining against the director and deputy director of Transport Department.

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Pedal and ride

The bicycle industry as a whole is going through a transitional phase with sales now shifting towards the kids’ segment

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