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No market for grand union

Team B&C
The idea proposed by the shack and taxi owners to float a grand federation of those connected with trade, particularly with the tourism trade, appears to be a non-starter, atleast among the traders in the capital city of the state.

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Diversification of Portfolio

By Deepak Yohannan
Everyone around seems to be talking of Diversified Portfolio these days, but what exactly is that has been a huge concern at least for a layman like me. Sounds very jazzy, but what it really meant had been quite grey to me till I found out from a friend.

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Lab in the woods

By Joao Sousa | B&C
Tired of your daily routine? If yes, then a perfect family getaway awaits you at the Atreya Vedic Farm at Mollem. It is Goa’s only medicinal garden.

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Relishing Sharda’s mutton suk’ka

By Roque Dias |B&C
When Mr Damodar Naik started a small gadi at Fatorda selling local liquor in 1952, he never dreamt that one day he would go on to own numerous bars and restaurants in Margao.

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Step into my parlour

Walking down the streets of Panaji, it is interesting to observe how much the beauty parlours have changed in recent times. They were quiet and unobtrusive earlier, but now are bold and eye catching outlets that are easily spotted by passerby’s. Appearances that were simple and old-fashioned earlier have also changed.

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LPG price hike is three cylinders away

On October 1, when Ms Shefali Naik, resident of Miramar got her gas delivered from Olmar Gas Agency, Tonca, the delivery man insisted on seeing her little red book and scrutinising it assiduously.

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‘Astra’nomical feat!

By Michael Fisher | B&C
Astra Concrete Products was founded in 1998 by two entrepreneurs, Mr Shrikant Balkrishna Parulekar and Mr Harshvardhan Patil. They had a vision for providing quality precast concrete products to Goan consumers to help rid Goa of the problem of sub-standard roadside made concrete slabs, which used to break in no time.

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Music and money

By Jason Soares | B&C
They say music runs in the blood of Goans. It’s this passion that keeps music labels like Angel AV forging ahead, despite all odds.
Angel AV was launched in 1999 and started off by producing music for local artistes in various genres.

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Two-wheeled pilots

In places where public transportation does not reach, it’s the bikes with yellow-painted mudguards that venture further and beyond.
Motorcycle pilots, as they are fondly referred to, are unique only to Goa.

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