Wednesday , 21 March 2018

Kurio City

No smooth ride

  Maria Fernandes | NT KURIOCITY For commuters in Goa buses packed to capacity is a familiar scene. Regulations haven’t stopped bus conductors from packing the buses to nearly over-flowing and violation of rules appears to be the norm of the day. “Rules are violated openly and nothing is done about it. Please like & share: Read More »

Making world-class tennis players

Every person has his forte and for youngsters Simran Khan, Tejas Shevde, Simran Bundela and Dattaraj Naik, its tennis. They recently participated in Gadre Gaspar Dias Open 2018 and won significant titles; they trace their journey with NT KURIOCITY in this interview Please like & share: Read More »

Have faith in yourself, it makes things possible

Kimberly Dias   Hi Kimberly, I often lie to my friends and family and now it’s become a habit. I’ve gotten so comfortable with lying that I find it difficult not to tell a lie, even if a situation doesn’t demand it in anyway. I used to feel quite happy with the ease with which I could make up a ... Read More »

Twitter reportedly working on Snap-like ad feature

San Francisco, March 15 (IANS) Twitter is reportedly working on a camera-first feature that will let advertisers combine location-based photos and videos with “Twitter Moments” – curated stories about what’s happening around – to sponsor events or place ads in between tweeted posts, media reported. Please like & share: Read More »

Dealing with nightmares

Maria Fernandes Nightmares create havoc in the minds of children. They get frightened and disturbed by them and are often unable to sleep. An occasional nightmare is normal however when nightmares are recurrent it signifies a problem the child may be facing. Please like & share: Read More »

When the abolim bloomed at Nirmala Institute of Education

It was a unique sight as people walked up to Nirmala Institute of Education, Altinho-Panaji. As a welcome gesture the visitors were adorned with the handmade abolim flower in their hair. The ‘Crossandra’ plant popularly known as ‘abolim’ in Goa gained the limelight during the festival. The festival was entirely dedicated towards reviving the abolim flower which is also the ... Read More »

Dhempe College conducts state level workshop on Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse

The department of Psychology, Dhempe College of Arts and Science, Miramar in association with MUKTHA, Bangalore (A Foundation committed to prevent abuse and promote mental health), organised a state level workshop on ‘Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse: Breaking the Silence, Promoting Healing’. The workshop was supported by the Goa State AIDS Control Society. Please like & share: Read More »

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