Friday , 16 November 2018
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Gota Work—The Pride of Rajasthan

By Dr Vijaya Lunia and Gagan Bhalla
India, the country has fine heritage of culture, tradition, art, music, literature and does exhibit “Unity in Diversity” - through variegated charms of festivals, rituals, art, music, costume and languages.

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Blow the Vuvuzela

By Odette and Joe Mascarenhas
Well the World cup fever is on…and Joe seemed to require a thermometer, especially when Shakira shakes to her Waka Waka anthem. Well I was given to understand that the term means ‘Do it’ and so with the news that there was a special menu created for the FIFA fever, I decided to treat my better half to something that he truly loves…food.

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Audio review by J P Pereira

All Time Party Hits
Here is a collection of dance music released by Rock & Raaga Productions (India) Pvt Ltd, Panaji. The album ‘All Time Party Hits’ has 21 dance tracks that will make you put on your dancing shoes.

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Tiatr review by J P Pereira

‘XELLI…PUNN SANDLELI’
Pal Soares presents another impressive drama. This prolific writer has something different to present each time he releases a show. ‘Xelli…Punn Sandleli’ deals with the various groups or sects that have divided the catholic faith and the lack of unity between Christians because of misunderstandings.

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Cross Border Love

By Zofeen T Ebrahim
“She will not be able to pursue her dreams,” observes Karachi-based Shirin Imani, about Indian tennis star Sania Mirza’s recent marriage to Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik amidst much controversy and media hype.

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Aging Successfully on a Rocking Chair

By Amita Quenim
A time in life, when all needs is to count on destiny, is old age. It is a time when you are answerable to yourself, for the good or bad you think you have done to others and to yourself. I would call it a time when you cannot escape through a hidden door.

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Dhothi-Pant Evolution

By Radhika Simon
Yes trouser options for women have gone multi-fold this year. Indian designers have gone a step further and as though the harem pant was not enough, they re-invented the ‘dhothii’ pant, and one key silhouette that is getting prominence is dhoti pants for women. Sorry guys, what was traditionally your drape is now gracing women’s wardrobes.

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