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Career Fair: A serious busienss

When recruiting time of an academic year begins several career fairs happen around the country. It is very important to gather all available information about as many career fairs as possible for the student can then decide on which career fair is better suited or related to his/her career choice and preference.

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Touching upon a poetic heritage

Goa University in association with Bakibab Borkar Chair for Comparative Literature organised their first ever ‘Readings in Poetry’ series featuring Indian poet Jeet Thayil.
The public sessions concluded last week.

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Invisible Strings…

By Lydia Pereira
I had changed subjects in the Third year of college and hence my class changed. My friends were now in another class and our timings were different. It was difficult to meet them and it was difficult for me to make new friends in the new class...I got depressed.

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Proud to be Goan

By Kareen Moraes
January 16, 1967, a referendum or the Opinion Poll as it was to be called later was held to decide the future of the territory of Goa, Daman and Diu within the Indian Union, which offered the people of Goa a choice between continuing as a union territory or merging with the state of Maharashtra.

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Proud to be Goan

By Kareen Moraes
January 16, 1967, a referendum or the Opinion Poll as it was to be called later was held to decide the future of the territory of Goa, Daman and Diu within the Indian Union, which offered the people of Goa a choice between continuing as a union territory or merging with the state of Maharashtra. 

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Theseus and the Minotaur

Once upon a time, there lived a king named Minos, who lived on a lovely island called Crete. The king had a powerful navy, a beautiful daughter, and a really big palace. Still, now and then, King Minos grew bored.

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