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THE SHORT FILM CENTRE AND IFFI

The Short Film Centre (SFC) was discontinued since IFFI 2012 onwards after being a part of three editions of the festival. It objective was to bring together film makers, buyers, festival organizers,
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An urgent clean-up needed

By Michael Fisher | B&C
In the beginning of the 1990s, the government showered fiscal incentives to attract investments in the industrially backward area of Cuncolim. It introduced a development plan which would encourage investors to set up projects in designated sectors. 
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Going green in realty

By Sudesh Bhosle | B&C
Susheela Homes and Properties Pvt Ltd used to be erstwhile known as Damodar Salkar and Sons in Vasco. The firm is one of the leading real estate developers in entire Mormugao taluka.
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Death due to heart attack not accidental: Consumer commission

THANE: Setting aside a compensation order passed by District Consumer Redressal Forum after terming it as “unsustainable”, the Maharashtra Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission observed that death due to heart attack is not “accidental”.
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Owning a piece of paradise

By Jason Soares | B&C
A grandiose house with superlative architecture is usually incomplete without an appealing landscape to compliment it. A garden is the first thing that catches the attention of any onlooker. Hence, it’s no surprise that clients seem to be taking that extra bit of effort to ensure they get their gardens designed to their satisfaction.
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Single premium or regular premium: Which one should you choose?

By Deepak Yohannan
Sometime during the first half of 2012, the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA) was seriously thinking about taking single-premium policies off the market. The revenue potential may have made the IRDA change its mind.
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A tick in time

By Sanjay Borkar | B&C
Most of us today carry a mobile phone which also doubles up as a watch. However, some others still have a fetish for trendy wrist watches. Ponda-based R S Haldankar & Sons have been serving such customers for over 40 years. 
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A shining star

Movie stories it is said take their inspiration from life, although sometimes it is the other way round. For Saheel Kamath, a hit picture of 2007 inspired him to start Shining Star, a learning academy for special children.
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Doing business in a foreign land

There are as many as 200 companies run by foreign nationals who are doing business in Goa. Armed with all the relevant documents, including business visas and RBI sanctions,
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Travel at ease

By Jason Soares | B&C
The online travel market has reported an upward trend in online research for vacations and travel in general.  The market for online travel bookings is estimated to grow by almost 30 per cent. Online travel portals like Easy Go Trip are upbeat about this upswing. 
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