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Rekindling the Goan essence

BY ARTI DAS | NT NETWORK
Varun Carvalho is a dentist by profession but a musician at heart. Currently basking in the success of his debut album, ‘I Gotta Go Home’, Varun is excited at being selected to perform live at Croydon, London on July 25. ‘The Navhind Times’ caught up with him and discovered that his ultimate reward is to bring a smile on people’s faces.

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A Career in Aircraft Maintenance

By Ranjana Kakodkar
From time immemorial, aircrafts and flying, have fascinated mankind and held it in sheer enthral. When it comes to getting into aviation, most people prefer to become pilots and rule the skies or be a glamorous hostess rather than stay on ground and ‘clean up the mess’. While not quite a messy job that is what many think of the task of maintaining aircrafts.

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The tree that named a dynasty

BY ROHIT R PHALGAONKAR
A dynasty named after this tree ruled over Goa for nearly three-and-a-half centuries. Today the tree, that had once become the royal identity of Goa, is known to very few Goans. Till date we remember the name of this tree whenever we travel by Government buses. Yes! It’s the Kadamb tree.

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Mums Kitchen—Mums the word

Goa is crying for her lost cuisine.’ Suzie and Rony Martins dreamt of resurrecting the authentic Goan cuisine from local homes. Rony’s mother was a fantastic cook and  perhaps inspired this creative couple to leave a family business of calligraphy and move into an area of showcasing Goa’s home cooked food.

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Deepvihar, vasco emerge winners of ‘Rainbow-2010’

VASCO: Deepvihar High School, Headland-Sada emerged champions in the ‘Rainbow-2010’, a seven-event talent competition organised by the Junior Chamber International (JCI), Vasco which was held at MPT Institute, Vasco recently. This was the 26th year of celebration. St Joseph’s Institute, Vasco bagged the second prize in the competition.

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Crossing the language divide

For the second successive year, the Panaji based Ganga-Zuari Academy conducted Conversational Konkani Learning classes for the benefit of new-Goans and resident non-Goans. The 20-hours long course, distributed over ten Sundays spanning was deftly handled by resource person Ms Lata Naik (a Grade I teacher from Marcela). The classes were held at the NIO Club House in Dona Paula.

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Learning in a free environment

BY ARTI DAS | NT NETWORK

Whenever we think of any classroom the picture that comes to our mind is that of a huge blackboard, a larger than life image of a teacher, and confused students trying very hard to concentrate and understand the subject.

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The Goan Michelangelo

By Vivek Menezes

The Goan monsoon arrives heaven-sent, a blessing from the divine. This year there’s more reason for gratitude - the rains have brought the return of Dr Jose Pereira to his homeland, carrying a stunningly beautiful new suite of artworks.

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