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By Homai Sagar
If couturiers are asked to name one garment, that will complete your outfit, enveloping it with the oomph factor, making you stand out, then it is the scarf.

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Blame it on Rio

By Odette and Joe Mascarenhas
Food! I remember some of the old sayings….. ‘Some eat to live……others live to eat.’ Or perhaps - ‘one man’s food is another man’s poison.’ A case in point when it comes to the writers of this column.

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Enhancing tiatr performances

The recently concluded 36th Tiatr festival organised by Kala Academy, Goa met with resounding success. The competition received an overwhelming number of entries from tiatr troupes many who were participating in it for the first time.

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The oldest temple in India

by Dhananjaya Bhat
What is the oldest Hindu temple in India is a very  intriguing question. The use of the term ‘oldest’ is a bit risky when talking about temples associated with Sanatana Dharma (Hinduism).

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India: Super Moms as Super Professionals

By Sharmistha Dey
New Delhi (Women's Feature Service) - A recent report by 'The Chronicle of Higher Education' in the US highlighted how the downturn in the economy was making university professors rethink their educational programme strategies. According to the report, universities were outsourcing TA (teaching assistant) roles to mothers in India.

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‘Goans should promote Konkani cinema’

BY ARATI DAS|NT NETWORK
Filmmaker, Rajendra Talak is all ready to showcase his latest movie, ‘O Maria’ in the premier section of the 41st edition of IFFI.

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USA: A Library Of Scraps and Scribbles

By Kamayani Bali-Mahabal
Chicago (Women's Feature Service) - Among the various institutions that Chicago, known as The Windy City, nurtures is a little known one: An "underground" library! The Chicago Underground Library (CUL) is simple idea. Even better, it is an easily replicable idea.

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IFFI 2010 poster is here

Mr Fabian Gonsalves, an artist from Calangute has been declared the winner of the state level graphic poster competition organised by the Entertainment Society of Goa (ESG) and will receive a cash prize of Rs 15,000.

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36th TIATR COMPETITION, KALA ACADEMY

A moral upbringing in vain
BY WILLY GOES
No matter how well children are brought up, sometimes circumstances lead some of them to thread the wrong path. This is the central theme of the tiatr ‘Tuka’ staged by Sao Gonsalo Dramatic Group, St Cruz recently at Kala Academy’s annual tiatr competition. Young Framel Fernandes has penned the script while Antonio Manuel de Araujo has directed it.

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‘Beatle Mania’ to hit Goa

The world’s greatest ever band ‘The Beatles’ celebrate their 50th anniversary this year and to commemorate the hysteria of ‘The Beatles’ that swept the globe for 50 years, a Beatles musical titled ‘Beatle Mania’ in Goa will be held on November 4 at the Kala Academy, Panaji.

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