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Net Neutrality Survival Basic for Women’s Media

By Megan Tady

If you haven't already heard of net neutrality, you must get up to speed. What ultimately happens with the fight for free speech on the Internet will have a direct impact on female representation in our media - and in our culture.

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Meet Toonpur Ka creator

The director of the animation film Toonpur Ka Superhero, Kireet Khurana, was down in Goa recently to conduct a workshop for children. The Navhind Times took the opportunity to get up, close and personal with him to know more about his films, animation movies and their scope.

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Jungle training camp held

Panaji: The jungle training camp held at Youth Hostel, Miramar came to a close recently. At the camp adventure activities for the 49 participants in the age group of 10 to 21 years were conducted. Apart from the Goan adventure enthusiasts, participants came from Mumbai, Delhi, Pune, Indore, and other places.

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‘We slept at bus stands after a tiatr performance’

“I have great love for tiatrs, its song and music because it is through tiatr that I got fame as well as supported my family” said                       Josefina Dias. She was speaking at the Tiatr Academy of Goa’s monthly programme ‘Kolakorak Bhett’ – Meet the Artiste recently at the Conference Hall of TAG, Campal, Panaji.

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A Delightful Pandamonium

Film: Kung Fu Panda 2

Voices of: Jack Black, Angelina Jolie

Directed by: Jennifer Yuh

Duration: 90 mins

Rating: *  *  * 1 / 2

During times when most of the sequels have been nothing but disappointing, Kung Fu Panda 2 comes as a big relief.

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Chowgule College throws opens its gates to parents, students to facilitate interaction

MARGAO: There was a time when a student’s only source of information on a prospective institute was the humble prospectus. Not any more. Pioneering a change, Chowgule College has gone a step further this year. The college has thrown its gates open to student and parents to showcase their academic offerings, student support services, sports facilities, infrastructure and more. 

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Simple Truth of Life

By Amita Quenim

The day begins, and the day ends. A year begins and the year ends. Would that surprise you? You are not surprised, because you and I cannot control it even if we switch off the lights in our house and call it the night or switch on the lights and call it the day.

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‘We need to assess our goals, ideals’


She sports a savvy, modern look as opposed to the conventional attire most female politicians in India are known to carry. Meet India’s youngest Member of Parliament in the current Union Cabinet, Ms Agatha Sangma, from Meghalaya, who was in Goa recently on a holiday.

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Sunscreen for Summer

By Banalata Bipani

The heat is on…. And if you believe everything the ads tell you, walking out of your home without lathering yourself with sunscreen is akin to hara-kiri …..Exposure to the sun increases the production of melanin, which is the skin’s pigment and gives the skin its colour.

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Children have a fiesta with filmi fun

PANAJI: The Filmi Fun Fiestaorganised by the Entertainment Society of Goa (ESG) opened with the release of colourful balloons at the hands of the minister for Water Resources and Forests, Mr Filipe Nery Rodrigues. The event, which is the second edition to the children’s film festival aims to educate children in the art of filmmaking.

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