Monday , 22 October 2018
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Workings of a refrigerator

Kedar Kulkarni Raju asked his father how the refrigerator keeps food fresh for a long time. “Raju you know that food gets spoiled due to the growth of bacteria which multiply quickly in warm and humid conditions. The temperature in the refrigerator is maintained at about 3° C to 5° C. At these lower temperatures the growth rate of the ... Read More »

Students of Santa Cruz HS travel to Pondicherry

Students of Santa Cruz High School along with the staff and parents had a unique experience of being part of the school exchange programme between Santa Cruz High School, Santacruz and St Joseph of Cluny High School, Pondicherry. The group consisted of 10 students. Please like & share: Read More »

First photosynthesis took place 1.25 billion years ago: Study

The process of photosynthesis in plants first took place 1.25 billion years ago, finds a study that identified an algae fossil, believed to be the world’s oldest known direct ancestor of modern plants and animals. Please like & share: Read More »

Star of the week

Tamil superstar Rajinikanth launched a website and mobile application ‘urging people to join him’ in the fight against corruption as he begins his political career. Rajinikanth had announced on Sunday that he would be making a foray into politics and would contest all 234 seats in the next assembly elections in Tamil Nadu. Please like & share: Read More »

DBC holds event management workshop

The department of Business Management at Don Bosco College, Panaji held an event management workshop to educate students on the nuances of event management. Please like & share: Read More »

Child’s Play India Foundation celebrates annual Christmas concert

Child’s Play India Foundation held its annual Christmas concert ‘Joy to the World’ at Menezes Braganza hall Panaji. The concert programme featured several Christmas carols and traditional music performed by Junior Camerata Child’s Play India. The highlight of the concert was the first movement of Antonio Vivaldi’s Concerto for Two Violins in A minor, RV 522, featuring two of the ... Read More »

Goa, dated then and now

As we are about to enter into the New Year, annual calendars are always in demand. St Xavier’s College Mapusa has launched its annual calendar for 2018, with a unique theme ‘Goa Then & Now’. Not just helping you keep a track of dates and public holidays, it also raises much debated questions like where are we heading when we ... Read More »

Watercolour painting workshop held for school students

With the intention to upgrade school students’ skills and encourage them to look at art from an affable angle, ‘Yuva’, a voluntary youth organisation organised a free three-hour ‘Watercolour Painting Workshop’ for school students between the age of 8 to 15 years at the ‘Saraswati Mandir ’ hall, Panaji, on the occasion of Children’s Day. Please like & share: Read More »

A niche for vocational skills

Panaji-based Abhijit Prabhugaonkar contributed as a volunteer at the WorldSkills Abu Dhabi 2017- the world’s largest vocational skills competition held in Abu Dhabi. NT KURIOCITY speaks to the youngster to know about his seven-day experience and more Please like & share: Read More »

Makeup brushes and applicators, keep them clean

Roanna Silveira Makeup brushes harbour a lot of dirt, skin cells and bacteria. The oils from your face and the moisture and nutrients from the product are enough for the bacteria to proliferate on your brushes and sponges. Please like & share: Read More »