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Travel Beckons

By Ranjana Kakodkar
“Customized luxury holidays around the world. You dream it, we create it.” proclaims a popular advert. Gone are the days when families went to their native village or Manali and Mahabaleshwar for a holiday.

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The Semana and the Medical Ball

By Maria de Lourdes Bravo da Costa Rodrigues
The students of the Goa Medical College are organising its annual Medical Ball, on October 15, under the guidance of Prof Dr Wiseman Pinto, who is keen in maintaining this tradition.

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Finding Mother

By Kavita Charanji
Twenty-one years ago Savita Mohanty had chanced upon a job ad in a newspaper. The work appeared to be emotionally demanding but she decided to send in her CV anyway.

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Balancing fashion and budget

BY PURVI RADIA | NT BUZZ
It is not always possible for youngsters to buy costly garments as fashion never stays constant. After a particular fashion wears out one has to update his or her wardrobe, which means searching for new clothes yet again.

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Kudos to Coros

By Joe Mascarenhas
One could certainly miss this eatery if you are doing 80 kilometres per hour on this marine drive of Goa...the stretch from Miramar to Dona Paula. But hold your horses, slow down and look to your left and you will see a very understated but cosy restaurant called Coros.

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NATYOTSAV FROM OCTOBER 14 AT MARGAO

A multilingual drama festival, “Natyotsav-2011” will be organised from October 14 to 23, 2011 for 10 days at Ravindra Bhavan, Margao by the Directorate of Art and Culture, Government of Goa in joint collaboration with West Zone Cultural Centre, Udaipur and North East Zone Cultural Centre, Dimapur.

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Readers Block

Of all the unfortunate trends today, the decline of reading habit among Gen Y is probably the most discussed by people. Net surfing, networking or obsession with gizmos, it is no wonder that youth these days have lost touch with the reading habit.

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OPEN HEART

Hi…I’m a 24-year-old girl in love with two guys. Both of them like me and have proposed to me but I haven’t said anything to them. It’s becoming very difficult to choose.

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From strategic fort to fairy tale castle

By Michael Fisher | NT NETWORK
The villagers of Cabo de Rama are very attached to the only fort built by the Portuguese in South Goa, now lying abandoned and in ruins. If restored to its lost glory, the fort could resemble a fairy tale castle of yore.

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