Tuesday , 13 November 2018

Kurio City

Sarvajanik Ganesh

Born in a well-cultured Brahim family on July 23, 1856 in Ratangari, a port in Maharashtra, Bal Gangadhar Tilak is considered to be the ‘Father of Indian Unrest’. He was a scholar of Indian history, Sanskrit, mathematics, astronomy and Hinduism.

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Vem Cantar: 2012

Goa as we know was a Portuguese colony and hence there is a great Portuguese influence on our culture. To keep alive this wonderful historical era of the rich Portuguese culture there are many competitions held in Goa.

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Resolving Differences

After almost 50 years of conflict, the government of Colombia and the guerrilla organization called Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) have decided to meet to resolve their differences. The talks will start in Norway next month.

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Raman Provides Justice

Two men stood before Maryada Raman, the law-giver. One was a farmer, the other a village elder. The farmer said he had given the other man a diamond for safe-keeping and that he was now refusing to give it back.

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Mcvean Pereira: Jumping to glory

By Maria Fernandes
Mcvean Pereira, a 14-year old, standard IX student of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour School, Cortalim, has recently returned from the 24th West Zone Junior Athletics Championships, organized by the Maharashtra Athletics Association at Pune;

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The Right Move

The great Zen teacher, Benzei had many pupils. One day, one of them was caught stealing by his fellow-students and they reported him to Benzei. But he took no action against the boy.

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