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When the Rains Strike

By Meher Castelino

When the rains come there is a problem about how your clothes look. They tend to get limp and don’t dry fast since the air is very moist and humid. Here are some tips on how to keep clothes looking fresh even if you are wilting in the rain.

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Suri innovates with ‘crowd sourced’ film


Sanjay Suri, a well known Bollywood actor who made his presence felt in offbeat movies like ‘Jhankar Beats’ is now experimenting with a new concept in filmmaking where he has taken the help of social networking sites to outsource talent and get finance for his next movie  ‘I am’ which will be directed by Onir and produced by him.

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The End of Innocence

By Ajitha Menon

Ten-year-old Aditya doesn't draw too well so when his parents were told at the teacher-parents meeting that a certain drawing by their son needed to be discussed, they were nonplussed.

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Attire for Interviews

By Aroona Reejhsinghani

 First impression is the last impression, is a famous saying when you go for your interview you should dress up properly. Portray the right body language so that you give your boss positive vibes about yourself.

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Is it avoidable?

By Amita Quenim

A story I heard this morning, said, there was a man who went to buy articles for the house and told the vendor, “I want only the best so give me only the best.” The vendor told him, “Sir anything you touch here is the best.”

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A Global Presence

The sweet potato is only distantly related to the potato but is also botanically very different from a yam which is native to Africa and Asia. The softer, orange variety is commonly marketed as a "yam" in parts of North America.

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Pt Chari Punyasmaran Sangeet Samaroh today

PANAJI: In memory of tabla master of Goa, the late Pt Prabhakar Chari, the Pt Prabhakar Chari Pratishthan Goa are holding a Pt Chari Punyasmaran Sangeet Samaroh on August 28 from 4 pm onwards at Goa Chamber of Commerce hall, Panaji.

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