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Chef Zelma Xavier of Cidade de Goa recommends

All you people who love sweets…here is a dessert for you and with medicinal benefits too. A single chunk of jaggery is said to be able to cure coughs, asthma, indigestion, migraines and even fatigue. It purifies you blood, regulates liver functions and prevents rheumatic afflictions.

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A Green Twist

A tree is one of nature’s most wondrous creations. From the Vedic times, the sages worshipped it. The tree is a symbol of bounty that arises from the very womb of the Earth.  Big Foot, Loutolim propagates social message through different occasions.

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Tickling the funny bone

BY PURVI RADIA | NT NETWORK

Christopher or ‘Comedian64’ – a that name stuck from childhood - was blessed with the knack of turning the most serious of statements into trifling, drawing laughs in the face of the most stressful or difficult of situations.

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Children Behave as well as they are Treated

By Shweta Patwardhan

In the suicide of 13-year-old Rouvanjit Rawla of La Martiniere School in Kolkata, the insensitive, inhuman and tortuous face of our education system has been laid bare yet again. Although several psycho-social factors certainly have contributed to such an unfortunate act by the young bubbly child, caning by the school principal is largely seen as the precipitating antecedent.

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Busting myths surrounding osteoporosis

BY PURVI RADIA | NT NETWORK

The health conscious often worry about their bone density. Various myths surround osteoporosis. Orthopaedic surgeon, Dr Deep Bhandare is all set to bust them at the International Centre Goa, Dona Paula.

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Ten Happy Years

By Odette and Joe Mascarenhas

I love birthdays…and engagements…and weddings. It is celebration time, and here we were invited for the tenth birthday celebration of ‘After Seven’.  Now before you raise your eyebrows wondering what I am talking about, and why this birthday is so special, let me brief you on a few facts.

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Tiatr Review – By J P PEREIRA

‘BHANGAR’
Veteran tiatr artiste, C D’Silva, has revived his big hit of the eighties. ‘Bhangar’ in Konkani means gold, but in this tiatr, it refers to the dignity of a woman, be it a mother, a sister, a fiancée or wife. Rakesh is a womaniser, a thief and a criminal.

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