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A Sincere Reconciliation to Save Our Earth

By Dr Joseph De Sousa
Although forty one years have passed since the first Earth Day, today the world is in greater peril than ever before. While climate change is the greatest environmental threat and challenge of our time, it also presents the greatest and unprecedented opportunity to build a healthy, prosperous, clean energy economy now and for the future.

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Veterans of tiatr stage felicitated on occasion of ‘Tiatr Dis’

‘Tiatr Dis’ was jointly celebrated by the Kala Academy Goa and Tiatr Academy of Goa recently at the Kala Academy, Panaji. This day is commemorative of the staging of the first tiatr ‘Italian Bhurgo’ written and directed by Lucasinho Ribeiro in Mumbai.

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Liberate your spirit concert to be held at Margao

After the mega success of ‘Liberate your Spirit’ concert that was held at the Goa Velha Church, Heritage Jazz and Konkani Rocks will hold the second edition of the concert at the Holy Spirit Church Square, Margao on April 24.

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Expanding mental horizons through art education

New York-based Leslie Lakhia is presently in Goa to fulfil her mission as an art educator at Sunapranta, Goa Centre for the Arts, where she will teach students to creatively recycle. Her greater goal, however, is reaching out to Goan educators through local institutions to pass on the message of combining traditional teaching methodologies with art education to nurture creative thinking capacities, which are otherwise dulled by the rote-learning process.

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Tiatr Personality – By JP PEREIRA

From theatre to films, Sonia makes a successful crossover
At the age of eight, Sonia displayed her talent on the Konkani stage, singing a solo for a tiatr by Menino Araujo at the Kala Academy Tiatr competition. Trained and encouraged by her father, the well known tiatr artiste, Socorro de Sta Cruz and her mother Libania Sequeira, the little girl has succeeded in making a mark for herself on the Konkani stage.

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Romancing the shadows

“We forty thieves, rob and loot, we just don't care, Try and stop us, if you dare, Ruthless, dangerous and very fierce, We kill, we kill, we shed no tears.”

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‘I’ve Got My Eyes on You’

By Pooja Bakshi

Stalking is an extremely common form of sexual harassment in urban settings. It can range from being followed on the street to being bombarded by unwanted phone messages and emails.

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Of Promises Made and Broken

By T K Krishnamurthy

There’s many a slip twixt the cup and the lip, goes the old English proverb and it aptly applies to our World Cup winning Indian cricketers and their coach Gary Kirsten, who missed the chance of making Bangalore their future home just like a missed catch in a game of cricket.

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The True Cross and Easter

By Marianne Williams

Easter Day every year is known as Resurrection of Jesus Christ and all over the world in thousands of churches. Christians of all denominations make it a point to make their obeisance to the Cross as the ultimate Christian symbol.

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Beyond Small

By Mário Cabral e Sá

When the encyclopedic Hiren Mukherji visited Goa soon after its liberation in his capacity as the chairman of Public Accounts Committee he visited Mormugao Port.

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