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Learning painting in idyllic surroundings

Bookworm, the children’s library, at St Inez, Panaji found a supporter in Sunil S Mehta of Merces to hold an art workshop at the charming courtyard space of Gallery Gitanjali, Panjim Pousada, which is one of the three Heritage Hotels based in Fountainhas, Panjim. It was a fund raising event for the Bookworm.

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Mistress of Spice Martins Corner

Red checked tablecloths on the table, the bar like the taverna of old. This restaurant is the haunt of Page 1 and Page 3 celebrities…politicians, sportspersons, actors.

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Sunaparanta to hold photography fest

BY CLARA A RODRIGUES

Knowledge can still be elusive to the bespectacled scholar buried in a pile of books. An education is incomplete without a simultaneous journey into the outer world.

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Aria Italiana by Paolo Vergari

BY NADIA D’SILVA

 The ‘Rhythm, Dance, Celebration… aria Italiana’ a piano recital by Italian pianist, Paolo Vergari while revealing brilliant skill raised the listener to the rapture of exquisite musical appeal.

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A Quartet Exhibition of works by 4 artists

Four artists, four distinctive ways of imaging the world.

Aniketa Deshpande from Nagpur with her Utopian world of endless fantasy, absolute serenity and harmony, and ethereal delusion.

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Three-day Chaitrapournimotsav from today at Panaji

PANAJI: The annual three-day Chaitrapournimotsav at the Mahalaxmi Temple, Panaji organised by the Chaitrapournimekar Samaj, will begin on March 30, with Hanuman Jayanti, the birth of Lord Hanuman at 9 a.m, followed by Sukhasan procession of Shri Mahalaxmi at 8.30 p.m, and performance of a Marathi play, ‘Ashi Pakhare Yeti’ at 9.30 p.m.

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Problems with Learning Disabilities

By Amita Quenim

 Some talk well, some write well, some sing well and so on. Some have a combination of two talents and some have more. The question is how does one categorise?

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Colour Wise

By Meher Castelino

 Life in the corporate world may not be very colourful for the male but for the female executive it is definitely bright. To make the right corporate decisions one doesn’t have to wear sombre colours like black, white or brown but choosing the right colour is not magical nor is it an art. It is a matter of rules, which are quite definite.

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B ‘Az u r’

By Odette and Joe Mascarenhas

Well Gennext is always texting in cryptic formats. One has to cope with the transition. New concepts…new fundas.

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