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Songkran with a Splash

Asian countries seem to have the most fun when it comes to celebrations. This was amply demonstrated last week when Thailand, Cambodia, Laos and Burma ushered in their cultural New Year, with a giant, free-for-all, water fight!

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A True Activist

On April 22nd, people all over the world will celebrate the 43rd anniversary of Earth Day. Besides conducting environmentally friendly projects within their communities,

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Did You Know?

Like aluminum, glass can be infinitely recycled back into new containers. It can take as little as 30 days for a glass bottle to go from the recycling bin to a supermarket shelf.

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GOA SCIENCE CENTRE CREATIVE SCIENCE WORKSHOP

Spend your Summer Vacations in a creative and fun way at the Goa Science Centre by joining the Creative Science Workshop from  April 19 to 27,2013. Creative Science, Electronics and Fundamentals of Computer & Multimedia are the three categories designed just for you.

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Scindia Saundatikar: Winning Goals

Maria Fernandes
From winning medals at the international level to clinching golds at state and national events, Scindia Saundatikar is unstoppable. This 13-year old is all set to be the best in football that Goa has seen.

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Artistic Expressions

‘Art for a cause: 4th Young Expressions’, an art exhibition showcasing talent of children, special children and even senior citizens from an old age home, was organised at Kala Academy on April 6 and 7. The artists all students of Ms Vrinda, ranged in the age group of 8 to 15.

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Save the Berlin Wall

Recently, many protesters gathered around a part of the Berlin Wall that a property development firm was going to break down to build an apartment complex. With the help of the local police, the firm was able to move some parts of the wall. Many citizens of Berlin want to save what is left of the Berlin Wall.

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On this Day

The inquisition of physicist and astronomer Galileo Galilei, began on April 12, 1633. Galileo was ordered to turn himself in to the Holy Office to begin trial for holding the belief that the Earth revolves around the Sun, which was considered controversial by the Catholic Church. He was imprisoned and secluded during the trial.

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A very old Footprint

A ten-year old British student has taken the world of Paleontology by storm with his discovery of a fossilized imprint that experts believe is more than 300 million-years old, from the Carboniferous period around the time when Pangaea was being formed.

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