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Whose future is it anyway?

By Leanne Braganca
One bright sunny morning, I set out for college, feeling extremely optimistic about what the day held in store for me. My mind was full of pleasant and happy thoughts. 

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Shattered Mirrors

BY ADITI POWAR
Dust settled over the mirror with time, making her image blurry and unclear. She studied her reflection in the piece of glass and saw someone she did not recognise.

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Those lovely six years

BY KANAK BORKAR
Oh! My school life has already come to an end! I am feeling sad that I won’t be able to sit in class and listen to what the teacher has to say. Everything is happening so fast. 

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Your Weather Report From Across the Galaxy

"Hi, this is 'Milky Way Galaxy Weather'. Here's your daily weather report...We couldn't ask for better weather on planet Zoltex. Right now, it's fifty degrees and clear. We're expecting orange skies throughout the day, with a small chance of methane rain during the night. This good weather can't last forever."

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Goan youth win at creative entrepreneurship

With a population of 14.59 lakh, the demand for jobs, especially government jobs, constantly puts pressure on the industry. The time has come to find alternate occupations and channelise the large talent pool comprising of students, marginalised communities, unemployed youth, retired NRI’s, etc, constructively.

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5 Steps to Pretty Hands

By Meher Castelino
Hands are the first thing that people see along with your clothes and face so make sure that your hands and nails are well maintained and groomed as well as clean. If you don’t want to go for regular manicures then you can take care of your nails at home by following these five easy steps for pretty hands.

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Goan Carnatic music lovers enthralled

BY MEENA SUNDARAM
As a part of their golden jubilee celebrations, BITS Pilani Goa hosted the Founder’s Day Concert by Oscar nominated Carnatic musician and composer Bombay Jayshri Ramanath in association with Srutilaya, the students classical performing arts group. For carnatic music lovers of Goa, Jayshri’s Concert was pure and from the heart. 

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A light of awareness for alcoholics

The fourth year BSc nursing students of the Institute of Nursing Education, Bambolim in collaboration with Primary Health Centre, Sanquelim conducted an awareness programme in the form of a street-play on the topic “Ill effects of alcoholism” on February 3 as part of their community health nursing curriculum under the guidance of their teacher, Avita Fernandes.

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Talk to Nature, Live Together

BY CARLOS LUIS
Creation includes us all. The fact that we are human beings doesn’t make us different from other creations. As human beings we may be privileged but we are part of creation.

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