Monday , 22 April 2019


Heading an Educational Institution

By Tomazinho Cardozo

I have always believed that educational institutions are the best medium to mould character in youth and consequently help in the formation of a balanced society. However, ultimately, the outcome will depend on the leadership that is provided by the institution’s head.

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The Wonders of the Forest

By Vinayak Khedekar

Food is a foremost aspect of culture and we shall look at the culture that is mainly adhered to by the rural and tribal fold of the society. They depend on nature and their temperament is to acquire the maximum number of edible items, naturally grown that are found on the range of the Sahyadri hills.

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The Chemistry of Love

By Sadhguru

Every emotion has certain chemistry behind it. Whether you are joyous or sad, tense or calm, your chemistry is happening in different ways. It works in both ways – an emotion can change your chemistry and chemistry can change your emotion.

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Kitchen Miracles

By Dr Kasturi Desai

It is interesting that some very common household plants or products are very useful as home remedies. One such plant that is very handy as a home remedy is onion.

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In Defence of Arundhati Roy

By Khushwant Singh

 I do not know Arundhati Roy well as I have met her briefly a couple of times. But I have unbounded admiration for her. She is good-looking, animated, unconventional, a gifted writer, gutsy and a champion of lost causes. I am by no means her only admirer; she has millions of them in India and abroad. I am not wrong in believing that she is the best known Indian woman in western democratic nations and regarded as the leading voice of dissent in democratic India.

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What Goes Around…

By Vikram

One day a man in a truck saw an old lady, stranded on the side of the road, but even in the dim light of day, he could see she needed help. So he pulled up in front of her Mercedes and got out.Even with the smile on his face, she was worried. No one had stopped to help for the last hour or so.

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So You Want to Ride a Tiger?

By David Brewster

If your New Year resolution is to pat a tiger and take a ride on it, have the adventure photographed (and still live to tell the tale), there is no problem! Go to the Tiger temple, near the city of Kanchanaburi in Thailand and for an expense of 133 USD (6000 Indian rupees) you can fulfill your ambition.

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Portronics Scanny Portable Scanner

By Jayesh Limaye

Now you can scan wherever you are, whenever you want Whenever you think of a scanner, the image that comes to mind is of a large glass platen scanning surface, which is part of a bulky device called the scanner. Well, how about a scanner you could carry right in your coat pocket and scan anywhere, anytime? Portronics has made this possible, thanks to their product called the Scanny.

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Goodbye International Year of Biodiversity

Dr Nandkumar M Kamat

The International year of biodiversity-2010 has come to an end. It passed off without much ado in Goa - except for the UGC sponsored awareness workshop and another programme held at ICAR, Old Goa. The first one - on July 3 - at Goa University in association with Goa Union of Journalists (GUJ) was coordinated by me.

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