Tuesday , 19 February 2019
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36TH TIATR COM PETITION: Rebuilding broken lives

BY WILLY GOES

Britona Dramatic Academy staged ‘Udorgot’ recently. Augie D’ Mello penned this story which is based on people suffering from suicidal tendencies, irresponsibility towards one’s family duties, betrayal and positive attitude. Director Sachin Chowgule did his level best to give justice to the script.

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‘Junglenama’—a treat for kids

BY ARTI DAS | NT NETWORK

If you want to send across a strong message, than one must use yielding mediums to convey it. This need becomes more pronounced if these messages are aimed at moulding children. For them, the use of the audio visual medium best does the trick.

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Shrisharadadevi celebrated at Bicholim

BY RAMESH SAVAIKAR |NT NETWORK

BICHOLIM: The four day long festival of the deity Shrisharadadevi (also known as deity Saraswati) was celebrated recently at different parts of the state. The occasion was commemorated in various educational institutions including government primary schools in collaboration with  respective school PTA.

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Tiatr Review: ‘Pisollem’

BY JP PEREIRA

‘Pisollem’ is a flying insect that one sees mostly at nights, in the monsoons, hovering around any source of light. The insect moves from one source of light to another and at times, gets burned if it is exposed to an open flame.

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Six Gen Next Stars Dazzle

By Meher Castelino

The sensational opening show of the Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2010 season was the very creative and ultra New Age collections by the six Gen Next designers who were applauded enthusiastically by the audience.

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Pregnancy and Teenagers: A Dilemma

By Ajitha Menon
Swapna Majhi, 26, suffers from sporadic bouts of depression whenever she recalls the stillborn baby she gave birth to at the age of 15. “I lost one more baby when I was 17. The emotional trauma aside, I became extremely weak. Even the twins born to me when I was 21 are still very unhealthy, succumbing to illness frequently,” she says.

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