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For the love of the stage

Meuril Estibeiro has been a part of the tiatr family for around a decade now, and her love for the stage and all that comes with it does not seen to wane. NT KURIOSITY caught up with this young lady to find out more about her love for her profession

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Life unplugged

Life without a mobile phone is quite unthinkable for the youth. Is this good or bad? Does it enrich life or not? NT KURIOCITY gets talking to a few youngsters to understand their side of the debate

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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

Having state of the art graphics isn’t enough to sell a game. Adrenaline spiking soundtrack, elements of game play, a gripping story and amazing visuals all go towards making a great game. It seems like the folks at CD Projekt Red are well versed with the intricacies of what a great game should play like. Case in point, The Witcher …

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Away from home but closer to your dreams

Serilda Coutinho | NT Kuriocity This mantra can work as a magic potion for any student planning to move away from home for further studies. NT Kuriocity talks to a few students who have taken the big step of moving out of their comfort zone and to a distant land for higher education to learn how easy of difficult the …

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Government initiates Merit Based Award

The Government is implementing a scheme titled Merit Based Award. The objective of the scheme is to motive students by giving merit based awards based on the benchmarks of the performance and to provide financial incentive to students with excellent grades, from economically weak backgrounds. The scheme is implemented through the Directorate of Social Welfare.

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Grace personified

Nadine de Bossuet Monteiro, daughter of Astrid and Edward Monteiro, presented her debut Bharatanatyam performance ‘Arangetram’ under the guidance of her guru Kshitija Barve on May 26 at Dinanath Mangeshkar Kala Mandir, Kala Academy, Panaji.

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The tale of two Medusas

A famous Greek story tells the tale of a beautiful golden haired lady called Medusa. Medusa was vain and selfish, which eventually got her into trouble with the powerful goddess Athena. As a punishment for her bad behaviour, Athena turned each of Medusa’s beautiful golden locks of hair into a poisonous snake.

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