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Sushi Time

Chef Konstantin Kim of Rococco at Ashvem Resort recommends
The contemporary version, internationally known as “sushi,” was invented by Hanaya Yohei (1799–1858) at the end of Edo period in Edo.

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Salvation through the rosary

BY CEDRIC SILVEIRA
The Catholic community the world over celebrates the feast of Our Lady of Fatima today. To celebrate the significance of the event, The World Apostolate of Fatima’ will hold a programme at the Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima, at Don Bosco, Panaji.

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Mother’s Day – a Tribute to Earth

NT NETWORK
The time is coming when we will be so deafened to the sound of truth that our downfall may be imminent. Rampant destruction of our natural resources and a systematic abandon of owning up to our responsibilities as far as this destructiveness is so much akin to a child hurting his mother, says Mr Maendra Alvares

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A Sanctuary Dedicated to the Heavenly Mother

BY J P PEREIRA
Utorda, one of the most beautiful coastal villages in South Goa, blessed with the scenic Arabian Sea, the golden paddy fields and the greenery around. In this village, a chapel was built dedicated to the Our Lady of Lourdes, through the efforts of Fr Joao Jose Pereira, his brother Aleixo Piedade Pereira along with other villagers and it was opened to the faithful, for all religious activities, on October 30, 1894.

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Live healthy with Ayurveda

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Ayurveda, an ancient science of health emphasises on the prevention and cure of diseases in a natural way.

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‘Marmabandh’— A slice of Goan legacy on screen

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‘Marmabandh’ (Bonds of heart), a Marathi movie directed by Dinesh Bhosle, which was screened at the International Film Festival of India 2009, will now be screened for the Goan audience at three different venues on May 14.

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Off-road rally to Krishnapur held

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VALPOI: Krishnapur with its dense forest and cool climate is around 27 km away from Valpoi. A settlement of about 10 families lives here in an extreme environment. Villagers stay only for the summer and move to Khanapur during the rains as the route is inaccessible during rainy season.

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Sugar or Spice…Everything’s Nice

Chef Dhruv of Fisherman’s Wharf recommends
People immediately think of Sichuan food as being hot, sour, sweet, and salty; using fish sauce; or having a strange taste. Actually, these flavours were introduced only in the last 100 years, and initially were popular only in the lower strata of society.

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Celebrations at Our Lady of Candelaria Church

BY ROQUE DIAS|NT NETWORK
PONDA: May 13, 2010, will be the red-letter day for all the parishioners and villagers of Ambora. The reason- the long cherished dream of having a new extension of the Church of Our Lady of Candelaria, Ambora, Camorlim has been fulfilled.

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Konkani’s identity should be preserved, says Mauvin

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The second anniversary of the Goa Konkani Sanskritik Mandal of Cortalim was held at the Manguesh Maharudra hall, recently.  While addressing the gathering, Mr Mauvin Godinho, Cortalim MLA

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