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NASA discovers clay cache on Mars

Drilling by ‘Curiosity Mars’ rover at a region of the Red Planet called the “clay-bearing unit” has revealed the highest amounts of clay minerals ever found during the mission, NASA has said. The rover recently drilled two samples at rock targets called “Aberlady” and “Kilmarie”, the US space agency revealed on Wednesday. Clay often forms in water, which is essential …

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The genesis of diamonds

Diamonds are mostly formed from ancient seabeds that became buried deep beneath the Earth’s crust, says a study that found traces of salt trapped in many of the stones. Most diamonds found at the Earth’s surface are formed this way, while others are created by the crystallisation of melts deep in the mantle, says a study published in the journal …

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Twitter allows guests to join live streams

After Instagram, now micro-blogging site Twitter has decided to allow broadcasters on its app open up their live streams to guests. “Go live with guests! It’s more fun than talking to yourself. We promise,” the company announced on Twitter on Wednesday. The new feature, which is now rolling out to Twitter’s iOS and Android app, is going to allow up …

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MES hosts Open Mic on gender trouble

The Gender Champion Cell of MES College of Arts and Commerce, Zuarinagar-Vasco organised an Open Mic event on the topic, ‘Gender Trouble in Everyday Life’ for its students. Around 25 students participated in the workshop wherein they performed a play, shared personal narratives from their life, performed recitals of their own poetry and delivered a hilarious stand-up comedy based on …

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Soon, attend the School of Snakes

In a first-of-its-kind in Goa, School of Snakes (SoS’s), an intensive eight-day residential course in Goa, with fieldwork in the Northern Western Ghats is all set to kickstart from July 13. NT KURIOCITY brings you the details RAMANDEEP KAUR NT KURIOCITY Committed to serious conservation science in general and herpetology in particular, the School of Snakes (SoS) is an initiative …

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Plan your comeback

Kimberly Dias Dear Kimberly, I have two friends whom I love and care for very much. They always come to me for help and I have never let them down. However, I sometimes have this feeling that they don’t care about me as much as I care about them. I don’t seek help that often but I do wonder if …

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Aayushi tops CBSE class 10 exams in Goa

Student of Kendriya Vidyalaya Bambolim Camp, Aayushi Sahu scored 98.6 per cent at the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), class 10 examinations in Goa. Sahu has always been a star student with 100 per cent results and so she wasn’t nervous about the results of the class 10 examinations. A singer and sports enthusiast, Sahu usually spent two to …

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Rosary College wins D-Tour 2019

The post-graduate department of tourism studies of DCT’s SS Dempo College, Cujira organised the fifth edition of D-Tour 2019, an intercollegiate tourism management event. The theme of the event was ‘Developing Goa as an International Tourism Destination’. The event aimed at identifying how tourism learners can contribute towards the development of Goa as a tourism destination through on-stage and off-stage …

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Govt College Quepem wins volleyball championship

Government College of Arts, Science and Commerce, Quepem won second place at the inter collegiate volleyball championship organised by Goa University. A total of 42 colleges from Goa participated in the championship. Team members included Giresh Gaonkar, Shubham Naik, Siddu Rahul, Aksharaj Kalangutkar, Rohit Sawant, Sahil Naik, Pratap Gaonkar and Satvesh Gaonkar.

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Govt College Quepem triumphant at Traditional Sports Festival 2019

Fr Agnel College of Arts and Commerce held the fourth edition of its Traditional Sports Festival. Around 350 students from various colleges and higher secondary schools across the state participated in the festival. The event featured traditional Goan games like Hu-tu-tu, Logorio, Langdi, Koynobal, etc, and provided a platform for students to relive the glory of the past. The festival …

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