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Mount Litera Zee School celebrates 71st Republic Day

Mount Litera Zee School celebrated India’s 71st Republic Day. The students took pride in glorifying and celebrating the spirit of unity. The programme began with the flag hoisting. On the occasion, the students brought the stage alive with their passion and love of the motherland through their speech. An English speech delivered by Ashmi Lawande and hindi speech delivered by …

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Celebrating 71st Republic Day

Jan Utkarsh Shikshan Saunstha’s, Smt Chandrabhaga Tukoba Naik Higher Secondary School, Curchorem in association with high school and primary section celebrated 71st Republic Day. After the salutation of Tricolour flag and National Anthem students of high school presented the Zenda Geet. Students of Higher Secondary presented the integration songs. Chief guest of the day was soldier in Indian Army and …

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FC Goa organises Grassroots Festival at VVA

FC Goa organised a Grassroots Festival at the Vidya Vikas Academy (VVA) in Margao. Aimed at providing children with access to the sport through fun and professionally organised technical sessions, the grassroots festival saw participation from over 100 students from the Vidya Vikas Academy. The children participating were between the age group of 10-14 years and played a number of …

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Dayanand HS celebrates National Mathematics Day

Dayanand High School, Chodan celebrated National Mathematics Day. The four-day programme consisted of workshops and training. Students were trained in Vedic Mathematics for three days by coordinator SRS Vedic Mathematics Academy, Ponda, Sagar Sakordekar. Tutor for competitive exams, Prasad Mahajan introduced students to the use of the abacus while retired mathematics teachers of Mahamaya High School, Mayem, Makarand Kamat had …

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How to care for baby clothes

Ninoshka Alvares-Delaney It is not until you have become a parent that you realise how much the laundry piles up when you have a baby and how much effort goes into maintaining baby clothes. As adults, we do not give a second thought to washing our clothes. But things are different after the arrival of a baby. Parents go to …

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The physics of parachutes

Kedar Kulkarni “Papa, how does a parachute work. I was watching parasailing on the beach and I noticed that the participants flying like a kite with a parachute attached to a motorboat. The chute slowly goes up in the air as the motorboat starts speeding, and then the chute opens like an umbrella and moves with the motorboat. It comes …

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DJ Aquib Khan, the name to watch out for in 2020

From acting in movies and TV serials, modelling for commercial ads to starting his own upscale lounge restaurant, Aquib Khan has come a long way. He is hailed as one of the busiest and multi-talented DJs in B-town. Actor, model, entrepreneur, music producer and DJ Aquib Khan believes in reinventing and bringing in new ideas to entertain people. Aquib began …

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Tracing the TikTok craze

There’s no stopping to TikTok’s popularity in India. According to a new report from data analytics firm App Annie, Indians spent 5.5 billion hours on the short-video sharing platform. This is significantly higher than 900 million hours Indian spent in 2018. An Economic Times report citing App Annie says TikTok’s monthly active users surged by 90 per cent to 81 …

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Making melodies

Resident of Porvorim, Rama Viraj Shenvi won first place in harmonium in the instrumental category at National Level Kala Utsav in Bhopal. Eight students from Goa participated in various competitions like vocal, painting, dance, instrumental music from both male and female categories, out of which Rama was selected as the winner among all states and union territories. She has been …

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Do we really need to walk 10,000 steps a day?

All the apps and fitness trackers push you to do 10,000 steps a day, come rain or shine, if you want to be your fittest you – but it turns out the number may have just been a marketing gimmick. The 10,000 steps trend can be traced back to 1965 Japan. A doctor named Yoshiro Hatano began selling a pedometer …

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