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Biggest Feet

 

Brahim Takioullah stands more than eight foot (246 cm) tall but that is not the reason why he is on our pages. Brahim has the biggest pair of feet on the planet – and that’s official.

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Can’t Wash This

One day Mr. and Mrs. Zebra were going to a party with all their other Jungle friends. Mr. and Mrs. Zebra both wanted to look very special, but in a different kind of way. Mr. Zebra painted the front part of himself green, like the lizard. You see they were all white back then.

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Twincredible

Planet J Team

If there is such a thing as a perfect two-toned family then this is it. Lauren and Hayleigh are twins but with a difference. Born in 2001, Lauren takes after her white mum, with blue eyes and red hair, while Hayleigh has dark skin and hair like dad Dean Durrant.

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Dynamic tiatr moves ahead

BY PRATIMA ACHREKAR| NT NETWORK
In the rainy days, tiatrs saw a lull in production. That was the scene years ago. Today, the monsoons, no longer mean a dry spell of tiatrs, as they are staged in well equipped auditoriums.

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Love in the time of Merula

By Dr Luis Dias
Those of us who braved hell (the chaos of the construction work around and in Ravindra Bhavan, Margão –honestly, what were the organisers thinking?) and high water (the sudden rainstorm) to hear the international baroque ensemble Music Fiorita from Switzerland were well-rewarded.

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Nightingale enthralls at Swarmangesh

Melody Queen, Bharat Ratna Lata Mangeshkar recently graced the state with her presence at the ‘Swar Mangesh, a music concert held in memory of Master Dinanath Mangeshkar, at Kala Academy, Panaji.

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Diwali–Tribute to Fashion

By Homai Sagar
Indeed, on no other festival, does the Indian woman want so much to be seen at her beauteous best as on Diwali. For many, this is the only occasion (other than weddings) when purchases of clothes, jewellery and beauty products are made every year.

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Reworking the college jargon

By Edra Christina Godinho
Language is an ever changing landscape and slang in language is gaining popular ground. Slangs like LOL, BFF and OMG have already found their way into dictionaries.

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Franz Liszt (1811-1886): From the Cradle to the Grave

By Dr Luis Dias
In his final years, Franz Liszt wrote that his one remaining ambition was to ‘throw a lance as far as possible into the boundless realm of the future”. He was referring to his compositions, far ahead of their time.

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No Health Without Mental Health!

By Gracy Andrew
Think of  the words ‘mental health’ and the images that would most probably come to your mind is some one running on the streets screaming out nonsensical words that make sense to no one or scenes that we have often seen in Bollywood cinema - of people walking around a hospital ward evoking laughter with their quaint behaviour.

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