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Goa’s Transformed Landscape under Google Earth

By Dr Nandkumar Kamat
Knowledge is power and democratisation of knowledge means the ultimate power. That’s why governments get worked up with Google Earth (GE). It makes you a vigilant citizen. You get hard evidence pictured from space - and these images never lie. It is evidence admissible in courts. Google Earth in a corrupt country like India is a democratic force multiplier. Combined with the power of RTI, Google Earth can force good governance.

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A reflection of spontaneity

A three day workshop on intuitive art was held at Sunaparanta Goa Centre for the Arts, Altinho, Panaji, recently. Artist Deviprasad C Rao held an interactive session with participants whose works were displayed on a wall.

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Chetan Bhagat to interact with Chowgule students

As a tribute to its founder Mr Vishwasrao Chowgule, the August 25 will be celebrated as Founder’s Day at Smt Parvatibai Chowgule College of Arts and Science starting this year onwards. The birth anniversary of the visionary leader, Founder’s Day aims to instill a higher vision of excellence in its students and staff.

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Clicking vision

he visually impaired children of the National Association for the blind, St Cruz, recently got involved in a very creative activity that was produced through special photography.

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Learning about Herpetofauna

Are you one of those who believe in exploring the life of slimy creatures? Then you should be a member of Herpactive group that is aiming to create awareness about and instill appreciation for Herpetofauna (reptiles and amphibians) of Goa in particular and the country in general.

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A Secret Worth Trying

Chef Zulfikar’s of the Marriott secret recipe.
The cricket triangular series might generate a lot of excitement, but none as much as this secret recipe from Chef Zulfikar’s kitchen. Unearthed from the Golden Triangle, it whispers tales of legends and folklore - one of grandeur, glory and history.

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Infusing music in young minds

BY CLARA A RODRIGUES | NT NETWORK
The department of Western Music, Kala Academy has been in the forefront for encouraging and igniting talent in Western especially among children and youth. The department was initially named as the Academia de Musica. It had the reputation of being one of the only institutions in the country to tutor students in western classical music.

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