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It’s Just About Percentages

By Kennedy D’Silva
Pointing out that the modified clause brings tenure regulation at sports federations in line with that of the IOC, the ministry said, “The above mentioned tenure limit shall come into operation with immediate effect for all elections conducted henceforth.”

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Celebrating World Environment Day

By Dr Nandkumar Kamat
This year’s World Environment Day (WED), June 5 would have the background of a paradigm shift in our understanding of biology and biodiversity and the experiment to discover the fine structure of matter. The debate would now have the added dimension of synthetic novel species and the possibility of endless chimeras-interspecific hybrids.

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What Players Owe their Fans

By Harsha Bhogle
At the checkout counter in our hotel in St Lucia, a lady came to say hello and ask politely if she could have a photograph. And then, in passing, she asked why “our cricketers” were so arrogant.

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Nagoa Parish celebrates its 450th anniversary

NT NETWORK
The parish of Holy Trinity Church, Nagoa-Bardez, will commemorate its long and cherished history of 450 years on May 30, the feast of Holy Trinity. Archbishop Felipe Neri Ferrao will preside over the solemn Mass at 5.15 p.m. with all the former parish priests participating in the concelebration.

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MOVIES

Return to Sander
Film: Prince of Persia – The sands of time, Cast: Jake Gyllenhaal, Gemma Arterton, Directed by: Mike Newell, Duration: 109 minutes, Rating: * * 1 /2

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A family moment

NT NETWORK
PANAJI: The eminent Goan scientist, Dr Anil Kakodkar on Saturday said that if fulfilling family responsibilities includes providing the right education to one’s children, self-empowering family members and so on, then under this yardstick he has largely succeeded as a family man.

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Anil Kakodkar, first Gomant Vibhushan Awardee

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Dr Anil Kakodkar, eminent nuclear scientist and former chairman of Atomic Energy Commission, Government of India, and one of the architects of the Indo-US 123 agreement, on Saturday stated that civil nuclear co-operation is not just for energy security but also for energy independence for the country.

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My language, my pride

BY ARTI DAS | NT NETWORK
May 30, 1987, a day engraved in the history as the day Goa received statehood and went on to become the 25th State of India. The demand for statehood was first brought to fore by the supporters of Konkani language in order to preserve the Goan identity.

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The miraculous image of Our Lady of Three Necessities

BY CEDRIC SILVEIRA
An incident occurred on July 27, 1626, in a church in Old Goa which increased the devotion to Our Lady of Three Necessities. Today that church no longer stands. On that day in the afternoon between 1 and 2 pm, a Portuguese lad, named Antonio Roiz da Guerra of Lisbon was sitting in the church while a girl was sweeping.

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A Street to Remember

By Odette and Joe Mascarenhas
‘Have you eaten at Kebab Street?’ I was asked. ‘What? Where?’ was my spontaneous response to the query. You see with so many new restaurants coming to the fore it is difficult at times to keep track. So when there is a recommendation of sorts, yours truly is all ears. ‘It is at Hotel Campal, new cuisine, new Management…’

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