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Rendezvous with Royalty

By Aditi Singh
If you want to experience a touch of exotica and have glimpses of the royal lifestyles of yesteryears, head to the opulent residences, forts, palaces, hunting lodges and guest houses of the nawabs, maharajas and thakurs, now run as plush “palace hotels”.

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Learning is an unending process: Nitant Kenkre

Learning has generally been either a stressful or painful process education, more so in India. This point was effectively presented before the audiences by Rajkumar Hirani in his highly successful film, ‘3 Idiots’.

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Wizbiz 2011 held at Sanquelim

PANJIM: The Goa Institute of Management (GIM), TATA Motors, in association with NRB group and Aguada Anchorage organised the annual corporate quiz WIZBIZ 2011, at the GIM campus in Sanquelim.

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Platilda to inaugurate Tiatr Festival

Platilda Dias a very popular tiatr artiste of yesteryears will light the traditional lamp to mark the inauguration of the Second Popular Tiatr Festival organised by the Tiatr Academy of Goa in collaboration with Kala Academy on March 10 at 6:45 p.m. at the DMK Auditorium, Kala Academy, Panaji.

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Mistress of spices

BY CLARA A RODRIGUES | NT NETWORK
From wanting to become a pilot to finally becoming a recognised name in Indian cuisine, Ruta Kahate, the bestselling author of ‘5 Spices, 50 Dishes’ and a culinary expert, has simplified Indian cuisine to make it more accessible to the world

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A musical journey back in time

It was an evening filled with nostalgia as people were taken on a musical journey to Goa’s past. It was a one-of-its-kind event where a 12-piece brass band called ‘Mother Teresa Band’ performed some of the best Konkani songs at Jardim Garcia da Orta, (Municipal Garden), Panaji.

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Celebrating the Tibetan culture

On March 10, the Vagator beach will be blessed with Tibetan prayer flags as artist. Subodh Kerkar is making an installation art with Tibetan prayer flags to mark the 52nd anniversary of the Tibetan struggle for freedom.

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Celebrating women with art

It was an apt evening to celebrate the International Women’s Day as four women artists displayed their creativity that spoke volumes about their expressive mind.

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Preserving Kantarams in their original formats

In order to preserve and promote duets/duos/trios/quartets/quintets and choral songs in their true form, the Tiatr Academy of Goa (TAG) has organised a singing competition on March 23, 3 p.m. onwards, at the Black Box, Kala Academy, Panaji.

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