Category: Voices

Finding happiness in dark times

The International Day of Happiness is celebrated annually on March 20 and with so much happening in the world right now, NT KURIOCITY spoke to a few people to know how we can find happiness in dark times First of all darkness is...

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Take that Leap this Year

February 29 comes every four years, NT KURIOCITY asks a few Goans what they will do this year to remember the day until the next leap year Life is really unpredictable and you never know about the next day. So I’m not sure...

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The Japanese Way

In Japan, students do not answer exams until they reach class four. The goal there is to establish good manners and develop character. Japanese scholars teach manners before knowledge. NT KURIOCITY asked a few Goans if the same...

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Corona crisis

Coronavirus virus that has created havoc in China with over 100 people killed and over 4000 affected, has the potential to spread fast because of human-to-human transmission, according to World Health Organisation (WHO). NT...

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What will Budget 2020-21 reveal ?

With all eyes on Budget 2020-21 that will be presented on February 1, NT KURIOCITY asked a few youngsters about their expectations from the budget and what they would like from it I feel as far India’s finances are concerned,...

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Is secularism in India a myth?

The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill or CAB, which grants citizenship to the non-Muslims from Afghanistan, Pakistan and Bangladesh, was passed recently by the Rajya Sabha and the Bill will now go to the President for his consent....

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Off with their heads

The recent rape and murder in Telangana has enraged the public who have raised the demand for death sentence for rapists and stricter laws, NT KURIOCITY asked a few Goans what kind of strict laws they think should be enforced to...

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Students at IFFI 2019

IFFI 2019 attracted filmmaking students from across the country. NT KURIOCITY asked a few of them for their thoughts on the festival and how it will benefit them in their careers. This is my second year at IFFI and as a media...

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In the name of development

To make way for a metro car shed, a number of trees have already been cut down in Mumbai’s Aarey Colony, which has more than five lakh trees and is home to birds and animal species as well as tribal villages. NT KURIOCITY asked...

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Mastering Skills

Rarely do colleges have short-term certificate courses, on campus, for students to enhance their skills. NT KURIOCITY asked the Goan youth whether colleges should have pocket-friendly, short-term certificate courses Apart from...

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