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Why we use pressure cookers

Kedar Kulkarni “Mummy, my teacher has asked us to write an essay on science applied in cooking. Please help me write the essay,” said Mira to her mother who was a science graduate. Her mother, Rajani, said: “Sure Mira, have your lunch first and then I will tell you about it.” Please like & share: Read More »

‘Democracy and patriotism begins at home,’ said Guha

“Patriotism like charity and democracy begins at home and patriotism should be substantive and not symbolic,” said historian, erudite scholar, biographer and reputed columnist Ramachandra Guha while speaking about the two aspects of patriotism. Please like & share: Read More »

Green Day celebrated at Dhempe College

Department of political science, DCT’s Dhempe College of Arts and Science, Miramar celebrated Green Day on July 28. The event began with the inaugural ceremony hosted by assistant professor, department of political science, Elsy Perpetua Braganca. Please like & share: Read More »

Star of the week

Meet the world’s first wheelchair-bound professional model, Alexandra Kutas. Please like & share: Read More »

Dahi Handi celebrated uniquely at Goa College of Art

Every year students of Goa College of Art, Altinho Panaji, anxiously wait for the Dahi Competition. Organised by the third years, each class participates in this competition with great enthusiasm and creativity. Please like & share: Read More »

What is malleability?

Kedar Kulkarni “Raju, what is new in school,” asked Raju’s father while having lunch on Sunday afternoon. Raju Please like & share: Read More »

Microsoft Paint may be ‘dead’ soon

San Francisco Microsoft’s Windows 10 Fall Creators Update that is expected soon will feature a whole new bunch of tools and features, but it is going to kill the 1985-released image editing feature Microsoft Paint. Please like & share: Read More »

Youth today prefer organic fabrics for everyday use: Designer

Manish Tripathi, creator and designer behind the premium fashion labels antarDESI and Naveli, says that the Indian fashion industry is becoming more organic and sustainable and added that the youth today are far more environment conscious than ever and prefer organic fabrics in their everyday use. Please like & share: Read More »