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Vacationing in Enchanting South Africa

By Dayne Fernandes
It was a 24-hour journey with a stop at Doha. At South Africa, our extended family from Mozambique were anxiously waiting for us. We were a group of twelve. On arrival, we headed straight to our hotel, Garden Centre.

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Fix-It Fareeda

By Anita Pinto
Fareeda was seven years old. She was good at fixing things – pencil boxes, her brother’s cars, doll houses made of match boxes – she even fixed a leaky tap! She wanted to fix light fuses and mixers but her father said that she had to grow up a bit.

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Rebellion: The Era of Youth

By Poorvi Sardar | NT Kuriocity
Youth especially those between 13 and 25 have more than just physical strength to be the torch bearers of a rebellion, the development of the prefrontal cortex of their brain is the driving force.

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How deep is your sound?

How many of you watched Godzilla? Not the original one (1970) with cut out cardboard effects but the jaw dropping colossal reptilian tearing up the streets of New York.

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A Walk to Remember

By Sumaya Katvelia
This summer vacation my cousin and I went on a Sar Pass trekking expedition organised by the Youth Hostel Association India. We had been making plans for some months and were very excited.

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In Virtute et Scientia from the hill of Mapusa

The calibre of a society is measured by the calibre of its educational institutions. Knowledge grounded in virtue is the foundation of a civilized and progressive society; institutions of higher learning are catalysts, protagonists, and repositories of ideas of progress and civility.

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Let the Games Begin…

The Top 3 games for the current Xbox360
DARK is a stealth action game with RPG elements that lets you slip into the role of the ultimate killer…a vampire. Stalk you enemies from the shadows then use powerful vampire abilities to attack and silently dispatch them!

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Happy Planet-Jites Respond

For Planet J readers from the south, June 22 was an exciting afternoon. ‘Developing a Positive Personality’ was Planet J’s first workshop in Margao conducted by Amey Hegde.

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Masu, the unhappy fish

By Anita Pinto
Off the Goa coast, where the water is silvery blue, there lived a little shoal of red-tailed fish in a small cove. The fish were very happy. The sun was warm and they had plenty of food – seaweeds and small worms.

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