Friday , 26 April 2019


Bobby’s Dime

By Thomas Pucci
Bobby was getting cold sitting out in his back yard in the snow. Bobby didn’t wear boots; he didn’t like them and anyway he didn’t own any. The thin sneakers he wore had a few holes in them and they did a poor job of keeping out the cold.

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The Sparkling City!

Among the number of places I have visited, Kuala Lampur happens to be one of the best of them all. If you are travelling to Kuala Lampur from Singapore via train, you will be able to have the view of the beautiful greenery outside the city.

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Goa’s Iron-man

What made you take up body building?
I was a footballer who held a lot of promise, till one day I got injured. Unable to pay for the operation and also not ready to risk the operation, I went in for the next best alternative- exercising my leg at the gym.

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Velip-Kulmi Ecotechnologists

By Dr Nandkumar Kamat
Goa has a multilayered culture and the deeper you delve the more the wisdom of the ordinary people strikes you. By learning through simple observations, making and correcting mistakes, discovering complex uses of simple materials, demystifying natural cycles,

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The Manchester City Striker on Football and Foes…

By Lee Clayton

Carlos Tevez plays like a man who doesn’t like an easy ride. He enjoys a tear-up, right? So let’s put him on the spot: You’ve played with Messi, Rooney and Ronaldo. Who gets to play alongside you in your dream team?
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India Lifts the Kabaddi World Cup

By Kennedy D’Silva
The Kabaddi players made India proud by beating their arch-rivals Pakistan by a huge margin of 58-24, and won one crore rupees as prize money in the first edition of the 10-day Kabaddi World Cup played at the jam-packed floodlit Guru Nanak Stadium, whereas Pakistan took home Rs 51 lakhs.

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How they Brought Women into Parliament

Women’s representation in Indonesia’s parliament has seen its ups and downs but has improved over time overall. For some years, the proportion of women in Indonesia’s parliament was dismal. Despite affirmative action, it hovered around 10 per cent.

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For God’s sake!

The merit of shooting a Muslim-identity crisis Hindi film on foreign soil is that the major Muslim characters in the film are stripped of their clichéd screen stereotype.
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The Sania – Shoaib Hoopla

By Ambikanand Sahay
All those who are viewing the Sania-Shoaib saga with jaundiced eyes may not be well-conversant with Indian scriptures or, for that matter, history. Nor are they aware of the subtle socio-cultural changes that have been taking place in post-modern India.

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India’s Only Mud Palace

By Dhananjaya Bhat
Built in 1511 (five-hundred-years-ago) the Suralu palace, 40 kilometres from the temple town of Udupi in Karnataka, is the only standing example of a mud palace in India. But the sad fact is that it has been sadly neglected as an architectural treasure and may fall to pieces in a matter of decades.

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