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‘Tuka Nanv Nam

by JP PEREIRA

4S Productions have released their latest audio album titled ‘Tuka Nanv Nam’. The album consists of a collection of songs, whose lyrics have been composed by Jr Reagan. Cajetan de Curtorim has penned the lyrics for two of the songs. The songs have been rendered by various artistes from the Konkani stage.

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A touch of sparkle at the Tibetan market

Tibetan market at Calangute is not only famous for its exquisite silver jewellery that is brought in from different parts of the world, but also for the ambience, which makes the trip to the market worth the effort

BY PURVI RADIA | NT NETWORK

Enter the Tibetan market in Calangute and the gleam of light hitting on the silver jewellery sparkles before the eyes. This sparkle becomes the centre of attraction. Often known for its cosy environment, this market is hassle free, and this makes the experience at the market enjoyable.

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Don Bosco’s relics to arrive in Goa in August

BY CEDRIC SILVEIRA

The feast of Don Bosco will be celebrated on January 31 across the world. In Goa the different Don Bosco institutions situated at Panjim, Fatorda, Sucorna, Odxel, Tuem, Loutolim, Quepem, Parra, Ucasaim, and Benaulim will be celebrating the feast with great pomp and gaiety.

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The Importance of Nutrients

By Aroona Reejhsinghani

If your diet is not rich in essential nutrients your skin could be prone to wrinkles, lines, acne, blemishes and it will also sag. Eating a balanced diet of vitamins and minerals will provide a healthy glow to the skin.

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Femina Miss India calendar 2011 launched

Femina Miss India calendar 2011, the first calendar featuring the winners of the Miss India pageant was recently launched at Tito’s club, Calangute amidst glitz and glamour.

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India Through Cinema’s Lens

By Surekha Kadapa-Bose

India became a federal republic on January 26, 1950. And the decade that followed was one of heady optimism and Nehruvian socialism – a time of breaking free of the burdens of the Raj, of building unity, of teaching children, of helping farmers revive agriculture and assisting in the setting up of industries, as well as working towards guaranteeing the rights of every citizen. This period also saw the flowering of Hindi cinema.

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The Heart of Giving

Indian billionaires have been criticised for their inability to contribute enough to social causes. As more and more billionaires around the world pledge their wealth for charitable purposes the gap becomes more distinct vis-à-vis India.

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Statues of the Saint

By K Vinjamuri

Albert Einstein once famously said of Mahatma Gandhi, "Generations to come will scarce believe that such a one as him in flesh and blood ever walked upon this earth." Today, it appears certain that the Mahatma will be also remembered in the centuries to come as a man of bronze and stone, as hundreds of his statues have sprung up all over the world.

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Celebrating Martyrs

By Prajal Sakhardande

January 30, 1948: the date when Gandhi was assassinated by Nathuram Godse at5.17 pm at the Birla House, New Delhi. This day is observed as Martyrs Day. Goa was then under the Portuguese rule and the British rule over the country had ended.

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A Tribute to Two Principled Citizens

By Mário Cabral e Sá

Off and on, freedom fighters are in the limelight for various reasons: to demand more facilities and monetary benefits for themselves, job reservations for their children, quotas for admission to professional colleges, demolition of vestiges of the Portugal passage through Goa monuments, (street names, etc).

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