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Sterkfontein Caves

By Meher Castelino

ust as we have the Ajanta and Ellora caves in Aurangabad which tell the history of India in the most beautiful frescos, there are many caves around the world which have documented the past and are a treasure to behold.

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Menace of Age Fraud

By Kennedy D’Silva

t a time when the Sports Ministry has been giving due impetus to organising major sports events and increasing the budgetary provisions it also reported some measures it had taken up in the year, important among them being efforts to prevent age frauds, strengthening of anti-doping mechanism and increasing accountability of national federations.

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Challenges of E-waste Management

By Dr Nandkumar Kamat

lectronic Waste (e-Waste) comprises of waste electronic/electrical goods which are not fit for their originally intended use. These include items such as computers, cellular phones, stereos, refrigerators, air conditioners, other consumer durables, etc. Every year there are 2 million e-waste items.

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String Quartet all set to delight Western Classical music enthusiasts

What better way to forge closer ties than through music. What a big difference it can make to millions if nations followed the same. India and Austria will further strengthen ties and cultural exchange with a splendid performance by the renowned violinist Joji Hattori and the Vienna Chamber Orchestra String Quartet who are all set to delight aficionados of western classical music at a concert on April 3 at 6.15 p.m. at the Dinanath Mangeshkar Auditorium, Kala Academy.

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Hillsong London to perform in Goa

The Hillsong London band is probably best known the world over for its songs of praise and worship, however, there is so much more to what they are than simply music! 

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Life and times of Bakibab Borkar

PANAJI: Aami Goenkar, an association of Goans established with an aim to unite all Goans residing in and outside Goa, to create a common platform to interact and create solutions in the areas of health, education, social welfare and culture, will present in Goa four shows of a unique programme based on the life and times of the Goan poet, B B alias Bakibab Borkar titled ‘Jine Gangaughachen Panee’, in commemoration of the ongoing birth centenary year of the celebrated personality.

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‘Novo Rosto’, a choice-driven operetta to preserve ecology

The operetta ‘Novo Rosto’ ignites the minds of the youth for a choice to shine like stars in the world. Victor (Anil Pednekar) a youth leader and the hero of the play, challenges young people to be leaders, to the transform the society, based on Gospel values. 

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Hues & Views

By Naguesh Rao Sardessai

 ‘Hues & Views’ is an exhibition of photographs and paintings put together by young graduates from the Goa College of Art, Altinho. Currently on at the Art Gallery of the Kala Academy, Goa, it has an interesting display of significantly admirable quality works.

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Learning painting in idyllic surroundings

Bookworm, the children’s library, at St Inez, Panaji found a supporter in Sunil S Mehta of Merces to hold an art workshop at the charming courtyard space of Gallery Gitanjali, Panjim Pousada, which is one of the three Heritage Hotels based in Fountainhas, Panjim. It was a fund raising event for the Bookworm.

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