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‘Sant Gora Kumbhar’ returns to Marathi stage

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PANAJI – ‘Sant Gora Kumbhar’, the classic Marathi stage musical written by Ashokji Paranjape, which was first performed during late1970s and enthralled the audiences by mellifluous songs like ‘Brahma Murtimant’, ‘Avghe Garje Pandharpur’,

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The Twin feasts of Mapusa

By Cedric Silveira
The St Jerome Church or the Church of Our Lady of Miracles at Mapusa is known to celebrate two feasts. On the last Sunday of September, the feast of the patron saint, St Jerome or Sao Jeronimo is celebrated and on the Monday after the second Sunday of Easter the popular feast of Our Lady of Miracles is celebrated. The feast falls on April 19 this year.

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Copper plates and Stone Inscriptions

Yesterday decides what today will be. That is what history and heritage are all about. Today, on World Heritage Day, ‘The Navhind Times’ travels with Rohit R Phalgaonkar into the depths of Goan history

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Moods of change

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If the weather gets too oppressive, go by the Kala Academy for an instant pick-me-up in the form of an exhibition titled Moods, by Bind Sukhdev and Sharmila Coutinho.

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The Celebrity in Goa

By Odette and Joe Mascarenhas
‘Amitabh Bachchan will be in South Goa and I am given to understand that he will be having lunch in that restaurant…’ was the chitchat circulating at the beauty salon, my ears tweaked.

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A tribute to a pop star

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Michael Jackson the king of pop who united the world through music is an inspiration for many music lovers. One such person is Mick Fernandes of the Simply Ballroom academy from Vasco who is now all set to host a music and dance concert on April 22, dedicated to pop star Michael Jackson.

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Old Blocks, New Paths

By Shweta Patwardhan
They are chips off the old blocks, yet carving their own niches, Proof that mamma's boys and daddy's girls aren't always averse to putting in the hard mileage.

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Gearing up to save our croaking friends

BY ARTI DAS
The onset of the monsoon season by the end of May brings a much needed respite for each one of us. But for some living being, it signals a death trap. We are talking about our croaking friends, frogs.

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