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Ready for combat

By Michael Fisher | B&C
In the 60s and 70s, kids would associate outdoor games with cowboys and red Indians. The cowboys would deck themselves with toy guns slung on both sides of their waist, a lasso slung sideways over their shoulder, complete with a cowboy hat.

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Banking & Mining: Year-end blues

The secret of a state’s economy lies in the stock indices and share prices published in the daily newspapers, but in the case of Goa, the State Level Bankers’ Committee (SLBC) journal tells it all.

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A lineage in furniture

If you are a regular traveller on the NH17, commuting between Mapusa and Panaji, the large, white, imposing building of Damian De Goa is familiar on the route. It is what you may have subconsciously used for marking distance between the two cities.

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Counting chickens

By Jason Soares | B&C
Be it cafreal or xacuti, chicken as a delicacy forms a major part of Goan cuisine. However, its popularity notwithstanding, the poultry business is just the contrary.

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Gleaming with stone

By Sudesh Bhosle | B&C
No construction activity is complete without the use of marble and granite slabs. These stones are hugely popular and are used for floorings and tabletops.

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TTSL to pay Rs 10,000 for porting number without consent

NEW DELHI: Tata Tele Services Ltd (TTSL) has been directed by a consumer forum here to pay Rs 10,000 as compensation to a subscriber for porting her number to another service provider without her consent.

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7 tips to reduce your health insurance premiums

By  Deepak Yohannan
Health is an area of serious concern in today’s world. Everyone is getting health conscious and opting for healthy food, low calorie diet and exercise. Is that because we are moving towards a healthier planet? Or because health hazards are so prevalent and medical expenses are going sky high, that we have taken a cheaper option of staying fit!

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Dancing to stay fit

A dance with a funny name that has really caught on in recent years is Zumba. A check out with the latest on the fitness front reveals that lately aerobics is passé.

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Electronically equipped

By Dheeraj Harmalkar
In today’s world of modern technology, we are surrounded by numerous electronic gadgets and gizmos which have become an integral part of our lives. One cannot imagine a world without them. Even while performing the simplest of tasks, our daily routine comes to a standstill without them.

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Bhaji pao at Bandora

By Joao Sousa M | B&C
From a farmer to a businessman, your visit to Bandora will be incomplete without meeting Mr Jaya Surya Naik and having a plate of bhaji pao at his restaurant at Kurpas Nagueshi.

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