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Gearing up for the monsoons

The monsoon season is round the corner, and anyone who’s had a few years of driving would know that rain is not kind to cars.

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Six things to keep in mind while choosing two-wheeler insurance

By Deepak Yohannan
Buying an insurance plans for your beloved two-wheeler is just as important as purchasing insurance for your car. Bad roads, rash drivers and bad weather conditions, among a host of other things, can lead to accidents at anytime—and accidents cost money.

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Keeping the heritage alive

By Dheeraj Harmalkar | B&C
Goa is dotted with many Portuguese houses especially in Panaji, Margao, Vasco, Chandor, Sancoale and many other places. Being old and attached with a heritage value, its maintenance is therefore an important aspect.

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A prickly treatment

The origin of acupuncture is shrouded in ancient times. As the story is retold, thousands of years ago, a Chinese soldier developed a stiff and painful shoulder, what is known today as frozen shoulder. He went to his doctor who after several efforts was not able to find a cure. 

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Reviving the Marliz legacy

By Michael Fisher | B&C
The day begins early in the morning for Mr Joe and his wife Ms Audrey Colasco, after re-opening Marliz, the landmark cafeteria in Margao, which was temporarily closed for six years.

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GSHC comes to rescue during entry tax crisis

The Goa State Horticulture Corporation (GSHC) has changed the dynamics of the vegetable business by selling vegetables at lower than prevailing local rates and cornering a significant share of the market.

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Natekar Agro – Miliking away, literally

By Abdulla Khan | B&C
Milk is widely considered as one of the world’s most valuable protein food. It is available in various forms, and it is processed into an ever increasing variety of nutritional products.

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Creating a legacy in photography

BY SUDESH BHOSLE | B&C
FM Digital Photo Studio and Laboratory, popularly known as ‘Foto Mohamed’, has been one of the oldest photo studios in the port town of Vasco. The man behind Foto Mohamed’s fame is Shaikh Mohemed Salia (Xec Mamodo Saliam) who will soon be an octogenarian in a couple of months.

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