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Shahi Kulfi

Can you imagine a summer without ice creams?
It seems the Chinese, too, couldn’t. For it was they who gave the world its first ice cream. In India, the Mughals are said to have introduced their kind of ice cream -- the kulfi.

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Pregnant Males

Unlike most other fish, once a seahorse finds a partner he likes, he doesn’t let go. They mate for life. In fact, partners are so attached to each other that they never wander too far from the other.

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Celebrations at Ardee

The Ardee School, Sangolda, celebrated four years of excellence at its Annual Day held recently. Padma Shri awardee and renowned painter, Mr. Subodh Kerkar graced the occasion as the Chief Guest and inaugurated the event.

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The Passion of Christ

Good Friday, Holy Friday, Great Friday or Black Friday is a day of sincere reverence among Catholics. It is the end of Lent, an important observance in the lives of Catholics. Lent is observed for 40 days from February to March, beginning with Ash Wednesday and ending on Good Friday followed by Easter Sunday.

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Eggstravaganza

On Sunday, Easter and all around the world, celebrations are on. Easter eggs and bunnies have been flooding the market and some of you must be wondering what eggs and bunnies have got to do with Easter.

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Dhanashree Naik: Speaking from the Heart

Maria Fernandes
“I  have been taking part in competitions since I was eight and hence am very comfortable on stage, be it singing, dancing or monologue,” states Dhanashree Naik, winner of the 1st  prize in monologue  at the state level, in the talent search organised by Department of Art and Culture. Since the last two years,

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A Fun Trip to Mollem

after our terminal exams we got great news that our eco club along with the Sancuary Tiger Programme, ‘ Kids For Tigers’ which is a national level Programme across many schools in India, was organizing a field trip  to Mollem for us to gather some information about the  Goan wildlife- the birds, the butterflies, the wild animals, etc,

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Rare Coin May Change History

Thanks to the discovery of numerous Portuguese chronicles, historians have always believed that it was Vasco Da Gama, the Portuguese explorer that sailed around Africa to India and back between 1497 and 1499, who first began trading with East Africa.

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