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On a High Note

By Shoma Patnaik | B&C
Some time back when Ms Sheila Kirtane, resident of Caranzalem, wanted her son to get familiar with music, she started checking out with the two reputed music schools near her vicinity.

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Gains and risks of investing in gold

(Continued from last week)
Capital appreciation
Historically, gold has been the perfect hedge for inflation. This is based on data right from the year 1800 AD. Since last 10 years, gold has been hitting new levels.

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Accessories maketh a car

A swanky car is about style and attitude. It would be safe to say that as clothes maketh a man, accessories maketh a car, writes JASON SOARES

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Eating out of the box

In these rushed times, what is sorely missed is the presence of tasty, wholesome, freshly cooked meals on the table.

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Working up a good sweat!

By Joao Sousa M | B&C
In this modern age of hectic lifestyles, deadlines, presentations and stiff competitions, where is the time to exercise?

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Farmers’ clubs: Down on numbers, up on Zest

Farmers’ clubs, once started with the sole purpose of pooling resources and expertise, are taking a back seat with over 40 of the 79 listed clubs becoming inactive. The movement spread in the initial years but dwindled for several reasons, writes MICHAEL FISHER

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Baking it young!

Baker’s Street at Porvorim has steadily gained in popularity. Its mouth-watering cheese cakes and doughnuts have now become a craze. But what’s more interesting than its tempting pastries, is the owner Mr Gilroy D’Souza, who is surprisingly only 21, writes JASON SOARES

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Their days are numbered

Another primary vocation is set to bite the dust, as high security registration plates when installed will wipe out traditional makers of vehicle number plates

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