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MARGAO: International Museum Day, celebrated all over the world on the May 18 since 1977, provides for museum professionals to meet the public and alert them to the challenges that museums face.

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Abstract Vision

By Naguesh Rao Sardessai
‘A Point and Line to Plane - I’, is an interesting exhibition of abstract paintings. It’s very rare, at least in Goa, that one get to see a group show displaying paintings following a single genre under one roof.

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The Local Magic

Chef Amit Bhardwaraj of Alila Diwa Goa recommends
The açaí palm is a species of palm tree cultivated for their fruit and superior hearts of palm. Its name comes from the European adaptation of the Tupian word ïwasa’i, ‘fruit that cries or expels water’.

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Coconut Water – The Best Sports Drink

By G V Joshi
Coconut water has been a staple for tropical regions around the world for centuries. Today it is drawing the attention of athletes, sports enthusiasts, and health conscious individuals as a natural and healthy alternative to soft drinks.
Coconut water (aka coconut juice) is the clear water inside a young green coconut.

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A 315-year-old Temple for Shivaji

By Dhananjaya Bhat
Chatrapati Shivaji was the most secular of India’s Hindu Kings. He is the greatest magnet for vote catching in the state of Maharashtra. As such, few weeks before the municipal/ state wise /national elections in Maharashtra, a lot of furore is made of the novel ways of perpetuating his memory.

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Unshakable Faith

By Vinayak Khedekar
Followers of all religions believe in an almighty supernatural entity. The concept of avatar - incarnation of god is in the name of messiah, saviour, saint or prophet, coming into the everyday life of human beings.

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The Malaise of Defections

By Tomazinho Cardozo 
In a democratic form of Government the incidence of defection is not uncommon unless the citizens have developed a high degree of political and party integrity. Even in the developed country like United Kingdom men like William Gladstone, Winston Churchill, etc, had crossed the floor.

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