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God does not make bad deals

Sadhguru Devotion is about you making your emotions so sweet, that your life experience becomes beautiful. But right now, what is passing off as devotion is just deception. People’s idea of devotion is, “God, I broke a coconut for you, what are you going to give me tomorrow?” This is not devotion, this is a bad deal. Suppose I try …

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The young and the discontent

Having covered student politics for a decade, Hyderabad-based journalist Nikhila Henry was moved to pen ‘The Ferment: Youth Unrest in India’ documenting her experiences of reporting conflict, especially following the large scale protests after Rohith Vemula’s suicide. She shares more with NT BUZZ CHRISTINE MACHADO | NT BUZZ Q. You have been reporting about education and student politics for awhile. …

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Enabling colleges with smart classrooms

Globus Infocom, a Make in India brand which provides education and technology solutions to the Indian Government and private sector has provided 62 smart classrooms and four Virtual Classroom solutions that have been installed in four government colleges of Goa. NT KURIOCITY gets more details Globus Infocom has been providing digital education solutions for the past 18 years in government …

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Class act by Sethu

The Sethu team brought to light varied aspects of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) to 24 enthusiastic participants of Class Act held in Manovikas School, Margao. Class Act is Sethu’s annual summer training programme that aims to equip primary school teachers to manage diverse learners and address their needs in the classroom. This year the focus was on ADHD, a …

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Aryan Khan makes his film debut

Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan’s film debut – albeit in a voice role – is here. A new promo of ‘The Lion King’ features Aryan as Simba and SRK fans will soon be comparing him to a younger version of the superstar. Aryan can be heard saying Simba’s iconic lines in Hindi; Shah Rukh has lent his voice to Mufasa. Donald Glover …

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Van Mahotsav celebrations at BBV

Bal Bharati Vidyamandir, Ribandar celebrated Van Mahotsav. The programme began with headmistress, Apolonia Fernandes planting a sapling. The importance of the day was highlighted by student Alisha Sayyed. An English poem on nature was recited by student Mahima Bhat. The students observed van mahotsav week till July 6 by planting different saplings under the guidance of teachers.

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What’s your say on politics?

The younger generation these days tends to care less about politics. When asked about their views on politics, the immediate response is, “I am not into politics or politics is bad”. NT KURIOCITY asked the youth whether we really understand the broader aspect of politics and how important it is for the younger generation to actually take a keen interest …

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The Big Foot felicitates SSC toppers

The Big Foot Trust held its 17th annual felicitation function of SSC toppers from schools in Loutolim and Raia at the Big Foot Tiatr Hall of Fame, Loutolim. Chief guest for the occasion was rector of Don Bosco Institute, Loutolim, Fr Simav Fernandes. Students were felicitated at the hands of Fr Simav. They were each presented with a cash prize and …

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Living life to the fullest

RAMANDEEP KAUR “People with disability do not want charity. All they need is love, support and encouragement. That is the most a person who is mentally or physically challenged needs from the society,” says Brinsley Almeida who was born with cerebral palsy, a disorder of movement, muscle tone or posture. Due to this condition he has faced problems in basic …

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Govt HS Morpirla celebrates Van Mahotsav

Government High School Morpirla celebrated Van Mahotsav by planting trees to create awareness among students and parents about the importance of trees. Chief guest for the occasion was sarpanch, Prakash Velip who urged students to plant at least one tree and take care of it. Headmistress, Morena Miranda said: “Trees are the lifeline of our environment and it is our …

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