Thursday , 27 February 2020
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Pushing fashion several notches higher

The fashion designer sister duo of Veronica and Tina De Souza from Duler, Mapusa are all ready to showcase their latest creation of garments and accessories. Their creativity breathes freshness in the form of recycled jute sack bags and cotton garments.

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Student’s express concern for earth through art

As part of the Vasudeva V Dempo Climate Change Awareness Programme for Schools in Goa, a competition cum exhibition was organised for the students and teachers recently at Dempo House, Panaji Goa.

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Ravindra Bhavan to celebrate third anniversary

On July 20, Ravindra Bhavan will complete three years and to commemorate the day they have organised a programme of folk dramas of Goa titled ‘Lokrang’ (Dashavtaar and Ranmale).

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TAG remember tiatrs artistes

The Tiatr Academy Goa (TAG) organised a special programme recently at TAG’s Conference Hall in memory of those tiatr artistes who have contributed immensely to the development of tiatr. The function was dedicated to the artistes who were born in the month of July. These artistes are AMB Rose, Alexinho de Candolim, Domnick Vaz and Carmo Rod.

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Creating a new vision

The OLPC (One Laptop per Child) project that was started with the aim of widening imagination and creative scope among young students is now in Goa. ‘The Navhind Times’ got down to finding exactly how it hopes to benefit the children of Goa

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Exotic Accessories

By Sita Mehta

If you are wearing an attention grabbing outfit, it is much more effective if you also have an equally eye catching accessory.

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Strength, thy name is woman!


There is good news for women’s self help groups. The government has proposed a marketing hub (handicrafts mall) - the first in the state of Goa. While laying the foundation stone for the proposed project, the government observed that women today are excelling in every field of human endeavour, and that this ambitious project, once completed,

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The Shadow of the Past

By Fr Victor Ferrao

The medium of instruction imbroglio that has hit our society can teach us many lessons. Perhaps it time to sit down and understand the profound impact that it has made on us. In this article, I propose to unearth some of the hidden layers that have formed a wall of impasse between the Christian and the Hindu communities in Goa. Such an exercise might help us to understand the issues at stake and lead to a more peaceful and harmonious solution.

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Holy Moolah!

By Shekher Phadnis

The last three months have been eye openers when it comes to the wealth of Hindu shrines and ashrams of god men. In April we found that the value of the trust left by late Sathya Sai baba was conservatively estimated at 40 thousand crores of rupees.

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