Tuesday , 21 March 2017

Kurio City

Bonding through storytelling

Maria Fernandes We all love a good story, especially children and storytelling can be a fun way of not just interacting with children but also developing a strong bond between parents and the child. “My best memory of childhood was being told or read to either by my parents or grandma,” says mother of two, Evelyn Pinto. “Today I read ... Read More »

Road Safety Patrol at Carmel HSS

The Consumer Welfare Club of Carmel Higher Secondary School along with the Traffice Cell, South Goa organised a Road Safety Programme. GoaCan handed students banners and flags as they stood beside the road. Please like & share: Read More »

Rebecca: Singing for a cause

Maria Fernandes | NT Kuriocity Seven-year-old Rebecca De Souza has the voice of an angel and those who have heard her sing at the Christmas midnight mass at Don Bosco shrine in Panaji will definitely agree. A student of Sharada Mandir School, Miramar, this prodigious singer is all set to launch her first gospel music album for children, ‘Wonderfully Made’  ... Read More »

Striking a balance

The constant scuffle between parents and children with regards to pocket money has been universal. The proportion and extent of this scuffle may vary but its presence cannot be denied. The bone of contention in this matter is and will always be the exact amount. To maintain peace and contentment, the secret lies in striking a balance say most psychologists. ... Read More »

Magnify held to celebrate World Tourism Day

In honour of World Tourism Day, Don Bosco College, Bachelor of Business Administration Travel and Tourism held an intercollegiate management competition called Magnify. The theme for the event was ‘Tourism for All, Promoting Universal Accessibility’. Please like & share: Read More »

Interaction with students at Carmel College of Arts

Carmel College, depart of English organised an interactive session on campus that saw poet and painter Rohan Pai Dhumgat read from his newly book of poems ‘For Better, For Verse’. In her address principal Sr Aradhana said it was a rare moment to have the poet on campus. Please like & share: Read More »

All you need is physiotherapy

Manu Anand Physiotherapy is a branch of medical science in which diseases and disabilities are treated with the help of physical means or agents. Physiotherapy’s history can be traced back to ancient Greece and has evolved from simple massage to a complex assortment of therapies with multiple and specialised applications. Please like & share: Read More »

Paradise School: Taking education to the next level

Whilst the world hurtles towards digital transformation on every level, education has remained surprisingly still and resistant to change. Most systems are antiquated, relying on traditions which are no longer valid, forcing children into a straightjacket of thought which imprisons rather than liberates. Situated in Aldona, the Paradise School Goa is set to change all that Maria Fernandes | NT ... Read More »

Children and lying

Maria Fernandes Snehal is really upset. “My 9-year-old son is lying all the time. It began with lies about insignificant things and now he blatantly lies about almost everything. If I ask if he has done his homework without blinking an eye he says yes, even though I know he hasn’t. I have reached a point where I don’t know ... Read More »

Guarding our coast line

Manu Anand Indian Coast Guard (ICG) or Bharatiya Tatrakshak is the fourth service created to guard India’s vast coastline and to enforce maritime laws of the country. The Indian Coast Guard is a multi-mission organisation, conducting round-the-year real-life operations at sea. Despite being relatively small, it has a wide range of task capabilities for both surface and air operations. The ... Read More »

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