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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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The Hard Work that Makes Gold Glitter

Gold is often considered as a status symbol in society and for some it is an opportunity for investment. Others look at it as something to fall back on later in life.

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Why Health Insurance Premiums Increase with Age

By Deepak Yohannan
Mark Twain once wrote, ‘Age is an issue of mind over matter. If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter.’ Easier said than done, says Mr Kumar. At 50 years of age, Mr Kumar finds it difficult not to mind when the health insurance premium falls due. As he draws out the umpteenth cheque,

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Eating out of earthen pots

Abdulla Khan | B&C
With an aim of providing a new dining experience all through the day, Earthen Pots Garden Restaurant at Valpoi is one of the first family eateries in Valpoi to offer Chinese, Indian and authentic Goan dishes.

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Crochet making – An undying craft

By Dheeraj Harmalkar | B&C
The Portuguese had introduced crochet craft in Goa. It has only improved in quality and design ever since and it is being passed from one generation to another.

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Mapusa Friday market going great guns

Mapusa Friday market has lived up to the expectations of buyers and sellers from all over the state even 52 years after it came into existence. The market never sleeps, come rain or peak summer months, it is rightly said.

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Local flavour in Monginis cakes

Some companies have a strong imagery to them. For confectionery chain Monginis the call to mind is that of wholesome cakes and creamy pastries. The chain which is over 60 in age is widespread and effective.

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