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Body Image and Facebook

BY NATALIE FERNANDES
“I look so thin in that photo! Untag me!” 
“Did you see how much weight she has gained?” 
“Totally pigged out today – Gotta start that diet!” 

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“Goans are really interested in music!”

BY FAYE MONTEIRO
The first day of the celebrated Capela do Monte Music Festival will see reputed opera singer Lourdes Martins taking centre stage accompanied by the Camerata Ensemble with conductor Santiago Lusardi Girelli.

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Visual Enchantment

Veteran artist Ranbir Kaleka is the contemporary face of India’s alternate art world. In the 1990s, Kaleka developed a unique technique wherein he merged two media – one static and the other dynamic – to create a singularly different art form. 

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Waiting for the Aliens

BY RAMNATH N PAI RAIKAR | NT NETWORK
Stating that the inhabitants of the earth can expect to find silicon-based life form in outer space, instead of the carbon-based life form like that existing on our planet, celebrated Indian astrophysicist and founding director of the Inter University Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics, Jayant Narlikar stated that there is circumstantial evidence supporting life beyond the earth.

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“What do you want to be?”…

By Maria Fernandes | NT KURIOCITY
About the big issues that bog the world down teenagers know their minds and can be unequivocal. But when it comes to deciding on which road to take, which stream to choose and what career to take up eventually, most are very ambiguous.

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Good Marks ≠ Success ≠ Becoming rich and famous

By Anubhav Chakrabarty
Since the time we join school it is constantly drilled into our head that we ought to score good marks and we ought to top our class. The ‘be all’ the ‘end all’ of our life becomes the attainment of “good marks” failing which we are chastised in every possible way thereby reducing our self-esteem and sense of worth.

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I Fix Cars!

By Alaistair J D’Souza
Well continuing in the tradition of games that allow us to do things no one in their right mind would let us; I present Car Mechanic Simulator 2014.

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Women empowerment workshop held

Goa College of Home Science, Panaji, organised a five-day state-level workshop on ‘Empowerment of Women – Tie, Dye and Batik using Natural Dyes.’

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Don Bosco holds workshop on Industrial Automation and Process Control

A two-day workshop on “Industrial Automation and Process Control” was organised on January 24 and January 25 by the Mechanical Engineering Department of Don Bosco College of Engineering, Fatorda for industry professionals and teaching faculty from engineering colleges and polytechnics.

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Dempo BBA experiment with learning outdoors

By Tallulah D’Silva
Often wanting to experiment with teaching outdoors and the fact that the opportunity never came my way, I always encouraged educators and managements of institutions to try this concept in schools and colleges; the Shantiniketan way.

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