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Be yourself

By Gayle D’Mello “What in your life is calling you? When all the noise is silenced, the meetings adjourned, the lists laid aside, and the wild iris blooms by itself in the dark forest, what still pulls on your soul? In the silence between your heartbeats hides a summons, do you hear it? Name it, if you must, or leave …

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All Goa Interschool Patriotic Singing Competition

NT KURIOCITY An all Goa interschool patriotic singing competition was organised at Saraswat Education Society’s Purushottom Walawalkar Higher Secondary School Mapusa on October 2. The chief guest for the function was principal, Goa College of Art Mahesh Vengurlekar. Speaking on the occasion he said that schools should become centers of value education. He appealed to the student community to lay …

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PW HSS Students go on heritage trip to Surla

NT KURIOCITY A heritage trip to the mosque at Surla-Tar in the Bicholim taluka was organised for students of Pushottom Walawalkar Higher Secondary School of Mapusa. The trip was organised with the aim of create awareness of Goa’s rich cultural heritage. A total 101 students of XI Arts visited the site. The mosque site dates back to the Adil Shah …

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DB inter-class debate: Sapna Nayak wins best speaker award

NT KURIOCITY Don Bosco Higher Secondary School, Panaji held the finals of the Inter Class Debate Competition on the topic ‘Social Networking Enhances Personal Relationships’. The judges for the day were Ashley do Rosario and Judith Marques, while the adjudicator was the school principal Fr Savio Gomes. With incisive and well-delivered speeches the two finalists from standard 12 Commerce A …

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Giant Cosmic Magnifying Glass Finds Baby Stars

The famous fictional detective Sherlock Holmes always has his magnifying glass with him, ready to uncover a barely visible but crucial piece of evidence to solve the case. Like Sherlock, astronomers also use lenses to improve our view of the world —they use telescopes. But very occasionally, astronomers stumble across a cosmic phenomena that creates a natural, cosmic magnifying glass and …

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It’s the Narkasur time of the year

By Padmavati Prabhu | NT BUZZ The festival of Diwali is a celebration of victory of good over evil. While in most parts of India the festival of Diwali symbolises Lord Ram’s victory over Ravan, Goa celebrates Krishna’s victory over the demon Narkasur. On the eve of Diwali, the destruction of Narakasur is re-enacted through the burning of effigies of …

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Workshop at Vellore Institute of Technology

NT KURIOCITY MCom students of Government College Quepem along with faculty members attended a workshop at the Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT) University on ‘Advanced Data Analysis and Structural Equation Modeling (SEM)’. The workshop at VIT was held for three days. The participants of the workshop were addressed by prominent resource persons like executive director of VIT University M J …

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Music is all Neil needs

Just seventeen, Neil Anthony Fernandes already wears many hats. A composer, singer, songwriter, guitarist, drummer, music producer, dancer and choreographer, he is all in one. And to add to his long list of achievements, he has recently released his debut music album ‘Reality’. In a chat with NT Kuriocity, Neil speaks about his music, songs, inspiration and more.

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Bollywood dreams

Nineteen-year-old Anurag Mohan aka Anurag Mohn is claimed to be Goa’s youngest music director, composer, lyricist and singer. In a chat with NT BUZZ he speaks about his musical journey, his inspiration and why he will never compose an item song

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Crop them

By Meher Castelino In fashion things have to change all the time so to give a new angle to the popular garments one may have to resort to some minor changes. The most popular change for the basic garments is to crop them or to cut them to a shorter length. Therefore, when the mercury goes up or when the …

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