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Discovering the Chhota Scientist

Shiroda Higher Secondary in association with Department of Science and Technology Young Buzz and NRB Kaleidoscope conducted “Chhota Scientist” on March 3 at Kala Academy.

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On the road to empowerment

BY PURVI RADIA | NT NETWORK
We hear of women making successful careers as CEOs, in the army, as lawyers, etc. But there are thousands of other women whose jobs are not glamorized, but they display outstanding grit and courage, stepping away from the conventional pathways to make a living.

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A Linguistic Truth:

By Zeenat Zafar
In a recent Hindi film, the actress Katrina Kaif holds a thin white bed sheet against her bare body and sings, in English: ‘’I know you want it, but you’re never gonna get it.’’

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Women Who Create Ripples

By Aditi Bishnoi
Armed with thoughtful gifts – a shawl for the lady and a pretty dress for her daughter – she went visiting the humble home of her gracious hostess, the owner of a small food business in a poor neighbourhood of Canning, a town in 24 Parganas district in West Bengal. There, she sat on the floor beside the mother-daughter duo and their handful of goats, and exchanged life stories like old friends.

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European Paintings of India

By Dhananjaya Bhat
Today internationally, the art of modern Indian artists has been recognised and eminent painters like M F Hussain and Tyeb Mehta command prices of one crore or more per painting.

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The Genius Herbalist:Dada Vaidya

By Mário Cabral e Sá
Three or four years back, four students pharmacists, three girls, and one boy, in their last year of graduation, visited Goa on a WHO grant. We met at Dr Sawaikar’s yoga therapy clinic. Being young and talkative when they found out that I was a journalist they bugged me for information. I suggested they meet Raj Vaidya, a scrupulous, knowledgeable, young and innovative pharmacist and owner of the Hindu Pharmacy.  I was not the first to tell it to them, they said.

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Dreaming of an Ideal Goa

By Tomazinho Cardozo
In Goa, frequent change of political leadership was a very common affair sometime back and in this regard Goa achieved a degree of notoriety. Goa set new political records by changing seven chief ministers in five years.

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The New Internet Explorer 9 RC

By Prasad Naik
Sleeker, faster and more secure but still not as good as rivals Internet Explorer has had a long and successful journey. Despite being outclassed by other browsers in almost every aspect it continues to dominate the browser market.

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Choose the Right Tailor

Choosing a tailor used to be easy; you either went with the tailor who had been servicing your father or you headed to the knowledgeable suit salesman who would make the proper introduction.

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The Giant Bonsai Banyan of Odxel

By Dr Nandkumar M Kamat
The forest department of Goa has been affected by the Nero syndrome. Nero was the Roman emperor who played the fiddle while watching Rome burn.

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