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Megh Netravalkar has it all Chartered out

Maria Fernandes

Iam a fun-loving and happy-go-lucky guy though I may look serious," states Megh Netravalkar, a first year commerce student of Symbiosis College, Pune, with a grin. He definitely does look the serious type but believe me, Megh is really a cool, fun, friendly person who takes everything in his stride.

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Chilling in Kashmir

The best thing one can do to get rid of the scorching heat of Goa is ‘get away’, go to a place which is cool (or cold). We decided to go to Kashmir, ‘The Paradise on Earth’.

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Guardian Angel student excels

Sagar Singh, student of Guardian Angel High School, Curchorem, stood first in Goa in the Std. VIII category in Science and Second in Mathematics at the International Olympiads of Mathematics and Science 2011.

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Panah Parab: Head and heart in the right place

BY Maria Fernandes
“Right from the time I was little, my mum made me see the importance of education and instilled in me, a love for studying,” states Panah Parab, a standard XI student of Mushtifund Aryaan High School, Panaji.

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Wiser With Waste, Planet J Workshop

Waste Wise, Workshop 1 on ' Waste Management' was organized by Planet J and conducted by TERI (The Energy and Resources Institute) on June 30, 2012 at Dempo House, Panaji. Children in the age group of 12-16 years, from schools all over Goa participated in this very informative workshop.

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Information Galore

Born on May 4, 1942, in Orissa, Satyanarayan Gangaram Pitroda popularly known as Sam Pitroda is the current advisor to the Prime Minister of India on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations. He is also the chairman of the Expert Committee on the use of ICT in Railways.

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Goodbye Lonesome George

The world said goodbye to a tortoise named “Lonesome George” on June 24. It was a sad day since our planet lost a subspecies of tortoise known as the Pinta Island Giant Tortoise (chelonoidis nigra abingdoni).

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Vishwanath’s Humour

The diminutive Indian batting maestro, Gundappa Vishwanath has always been a private man. During his long international career he hated appearing at public functions and preferred the security of the dressing room when he was not batting or fielding in a test match.

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