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Is our Society Turning Inhumane?

By Tomazinho Cardozo
The molestation of a teenage girl by twelve men in Guwahati, recently, has brought shame and disgrace not only to the people of Assam but to the entire country.

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Janhavi Thaly Engineering her Future

Maria Fernandes
Very simple and down to earth, 16-year old Janhavi Thaly, a standard XI student of Purushottam Walawalkar College,Mapusa, put me at ease right away.

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The Fun Zone

At any time of the day, the traffic problem on 18th June Road is not just bad, but terrible. At peak hours traffic is bumper to bumper and the cacophony of car horns is simply unbearable. Cars are parked all along the road and there are some who actually double park.

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Rain

The rains have started again, and greenery is everywhere around. As I watch from my window, I see curtains of rain fall, splashing on the ground, now covered in a drape of green.

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A Leap Second

We added an extra second (called a leap second) to our clocks at 23 hours, 59 minutes and 59 seconds Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) on June 30. Why are we messing around with our clocks? Well, let’s try to understand how we keep “time”.

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God Given Talent

A musical event themed, ‘God Given Talent’, was organised by Taught to Teach (TTT ) music school recently. 27 very talented musical bands, comprising 8 to 10 artists in each band played the guitar: rhythm; bass; and lead, the keyboard, trumpet, flute and drums.

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Icky Yucky Mucky !

By Natash Sharma
The Maharaja of Ickhtarpur aka Maharaja Icky has the foulest table manners ever seen. From glugging down soup and letting it trickle down his chin to snorting through sherbet and squishing fistfuls of food, his ill-mannered ways know no bounds. Even the mirrors of the durbar have cracked in disgust.

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Brand Equity

We all like ice cream. Say there are several brands of ice cream: ‘Kwality’, ‘Amul’, ‘Natural’, etc.

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Going Wild in Kaziranga

Kaziranga National Park, is located in the heart of Assam. The park boasts of the world’s largest population of one-horned rhinoceroses and Indian elephants.

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Samantha Stosur

Tennis pro Samantha Stosur was born in Brisbane, Australia on March 30, 1984. Her talent for the game was discovered when she was a child. Her brother recognised her abilities and convinced their parents to take her to coaching classes.

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