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‘Iss Diwali Kise Khush Karoge’

Diwali TV commercials celebrate the festive spirit of Diwali, thereby acting as positive purchasing forces on the emotional Indian customer. NT BUZZ lists out top three such ads, which successfully make diwali a prosperous occasion for business and special for Indian buyers

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Delectable Diwali Sweets!

By Mini Ribeiro

Diwali in Goa is marked by the lighting of the deepstambs in the temples and Narkachaturdashi, wherein huge effigies of Narkasura the demon, are made and burnt at dawn. And then the merriment begins. But the ultimate pièce de résistance of Diwali are the towering arrays of neon-coloured sweets. Without these, Diwali is incomplete.

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Knowledge manager

BY ARTI DAS | NT BUZZ

If you are Panjimite who spent most of your holidays in Central Library browsing through encyclopedias and story books, then you must have come across Maria Lourdes. She is the familiar face that that greeted you as soon as you entered the library premises.

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The Barren Wife

By Evagrio George

They were neighbours who fell in love and got married. He was an ordinary tarvotti, an ordinary seaman of the time when such seamen earned well, even if their salaries were not extravagant.

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Glamour, Politics and Music

By Sachin Chatte

Glamour has always had a considerable role in elections, because star power always thrives. It may not be so much in India but yet films stars are roped in from time to time to promote parties and candidates.

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“One has to be very daring”

After winning second place at the Gokak challenge this October, Rally Driver, Sandeep Sudan of Sada, Vasco is all geared up for the Pune and Panvel challenge that will flag off on November 10. NT BUZZ caught up with this young racer, a crane operator by profession, who has taken Goa to a different level in the sport of rally driving

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On a culture trip

It was a Saturday and Capitao Pedro and his amigo, Appa Prasad Govekar were taking a stroll on one of the many footpaths in the capital city. The Capitao, was in a ‘what can we learn from the Portuguese to save Panaji’ mode, which was way off his ‘let’s save Calangute’ campaign which ended with him in the arms of masseuse Daniska.

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