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On a ‘Chaka chak’ mission

By ARTI DAS | NT NETWORK
Goa and its pristine beauty are always highlighted and that’s one of the main reasons for its attraction. But, in recent years, Goa is becoming synonymous with garbage. It is a sad reality. As the citizens of this State we have failed in our duties and responsibilities.

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Spotted by chance, a hit for sure

By JP PEREIRA
Kenny Fernandes has been acting right from his school days. He was in the seventh standard and the boy who was to play the main role in a skit for the teacher’s day programme, failed to turn up. Kenny took over, executed the role well and gained the appreciation and encouragement of his teachers.

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A State looks back

By Anuradha Das | NT NETWORK
At Midnight on August 1947, India stepped through the doors of history to begin a new chapter in its long history – the chapter of Independence. Two years later, on January 26, 1950 the young nation adopted and enacted its Constitution, laying the framework and guidelines by which the Indian Union would be governed, and this day has since been celebrated as the Republic Day.

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A drop can make a difference

Noted Goan artiste, Subodh Kerkar presented an installation titled ‘A Drop of Fifty Years’ at the Red Gallery of the Municipal Garden, Panaji recently. The concept at the ongoing installation invites people to express their opinions about Goa and the progress it has made since the last fifty years.

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A tribute to the legendary Chris Perry

BY JP PEREIRA
Kala Mogi Candolim in collaboration with Tiatr Academy of Goa organised a musical
show ‘Chris Perry – Konknni Git-Songitacho Patxay’ recently at Margao and Panaji. The aim of this dedicated programme was to keep the memories of Chris Perry – the doyen of Konkani song and music alive among the present generation.

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Hungarian Rhapsody to unfold at KA

Indian Council for Cultural Relations, India, Directorate of Art and Culture, Government of Goa and Kala Academy, Goa are presenting “HUNGARIAN RHAPSODY” (Folk Dance and Music) by the Hungarian State Folk Ensemble at the Dinanath Mangeshkar Auditorium, Kala Academy, Campal on January 26 at 6.30 p.m.

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D Satish: Golden Years of a Magical Career

BY RAMNATH PAI RAIKAR | NT NETWORK
“I don’t want realism. I want magic!” So had said the celebrated playwright, Tennessee Williams in his highly successful play, ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’. D Satish, the noted Goan magician does just the opposite. He never lets the consciousness about reality get lost, even while he is treating the audiences to a does of magic.

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Soul of Goa

This is yet another vintage album, released by Manfa Music, Margao under the Old Series. The album ‘Soul of Goa’ by Oslando and his Folklorists was originally released on cassette, many years ago.

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