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Bakibab’s poetry recital to be held at KA

This year is marked as legendary poet Bakibab Borkar’s birth centenary year. Keeping this in mind, the Department of Art and culture will be holding a special programme ‘Gadad Tinsana’ on July 8 (death anniversary) at 4.30 p.m. at the Kala Academy black box.

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Chef Melroy of the Taj Exotica recommends

Mediterranean cuisine is characterized by its flexibility, its range of ingredients and its many regional variations.

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‘Mahan Majho Des’ released

‘Mahan Majho Des’ the first audio album of Konkani songs on National integration produced by Tomazinho Cardozo in collaboration with Department of Information and Publicity was released at the hands of Mr Filip Neri Rodrigues, Minister for Water Resources at the Maquinez palace in Panaji.

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‘Ami Jikle vo Harle’

by J P PEREIRA

Many times Goans harbour a feeling of regret. Did Goans really benefit from the liberation? Or was it better under the Portuguese rule? In his latest tiatr, ‘Ami Jikle vo Harle’, Tony Dias presents a tale of dreams many Goans had when they fought for liberation.

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Brazilcan make it to World Cup Final

By Frankie Mascarenhas

Brazil stands a pretty good chance of making it to the July finals since ‘GROUP A’ consists of the following 8 teams Uruguay v/s South Korea, USA v/s Ghana, Holland v/s Slovakia & Brazil v/s Chile. In ‘GROUP A’ Uruguay, USA, Holland and Brazil are most likely to make it into the last

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Community Sao Joao celebrations at Benaulim

On the auspicious occasion of the feast of St John the Baptist, the villagers of Pedda Benaulim got together to pay homage to their patron saint. This occasion was graced by the presence of the parish priest, Fr Andrew Pereira, Asst parish priest Fr Pedro D’costa, versatile tiatrist, John D’silva and Dr Hubert Gomes.

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Karate kicks

If you are of the notion that karate is basically meant for self defence and the best time to learn is during one’s teens, then think again. A new tribe comprising of adults are all set to learn Karate not only to for defence purpose, but also for their physical fitness.

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Math made easy

 BY CLARA A RODRIGUES|NT NETWORK

 Mathematics is rarely everyone’s cup of tea. But as Dean Schlicter says, ‘Go down deep enough into anything and you will find mathematics’. It is inescapable. Right from rigorous mathematical classes in schools to having to do often taxing mental calculations when you go shopping, our every transaction has got something to do with numbers.

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