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HOLLYWOOD REPORT

BY SACHINE CHATTE
I have a theory that has been working very well in the last few years.  With every passing year, the number of quality English films is going down and that of Hindi films is going up. For Hollywood this was the year of mediocrity. Never before have we seen such pedestrian stuff.

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Hits and Duds

By Sachin Chatte
Even though Bollywood delivered a lot of duds in 2010, in terms of collections, it was not a bad year – The top ten films of the year made close to Rs 725 crores, about 10 per cent more compared to last year. But a closer look reveals that even those figures are not that encouraging, certainly not in terms of quality cinema and surely, the year also had its share of duds.

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India: Super Moms As Super Professionals

By Sharmistha Dey
New Delhi (Women's Feature Service) - A recent report by 'The Chronicle of Higher Education' in the US highlighted how the downturn in the economy was making university professors rethink their educational programme strategies. According to the report, universities were outsourcing TA (teaching assistant) roles to mothers in India.

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One Degree Many Possibilities

By Ranjana Kakodkar
In 1999, the intrepid Barkha Dutt trail blazed her way through the annals of journalistic history, giving us a bullet by bullet account of the infamous Kargil War. Her fearless reporting whipped us into patriotic fervour and transported us into a vortex of flying shrapnel. Indian tele journalism had truly arrived.

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‘A Musical Evening’ – KA to present versatile world musicians on Jan 4

Kala Academy, Goa in association with Lorraine Music Academy has organised programme titled ‘A Musical Evening’ with musicians, Fali Pavri (piano), Naomi Boole – Masterson (cello) and Lorraine Fiona Aloysius (piano) on January 4 at 6.30 p.m. at the Dinanath Mangeshkar Kala Mandir, Panaji.

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Gota Work—The Pride of Rajasthan

By Dr Vijaya Lunia and Gagan Bhalla
India, the country has fine heritage of culture, tradition, art, music, literature and does exhibit “Unity in Diversity” - through variegated charms of festivals, rituals, art, music, costume and languages.

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Novo Dis Udetana

By J P Pereira
One can always live with hope.  Tomorrow is a new day.  Comedian Dominic’s latest ‘tiatr’ shows a ray of hope - all is not lost for Goa.  ‘Novo Dis Udetana’ could be a solution to most Goan’s problems.  But will the authorities accept?

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Tiatr Review – By J P Pereira

Devan Ghoddlem Munxean Moddlem
Menino de Bandar’s new drama ‘Devan Ghoddlem, Munxean Moddlem’ deals with marital fidelity and the evil man can do for his selfish pleasures.

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Not letting the big mad world get to you!

BY PRATIMA ACHREKAR| NT NETWORK
Today’s stressful lifestyle is a direct corollary to the deadlines, hassles, demands and frustration we face. Many people get habituated to stress, and it becomes a way of life for many. Stress is not always bad; it can help you to perform well at times.

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Dr Jack de Sequeira Memorial Awards presented

The 4th Dr Jack de Sequeira Memorial Awards, 2010 was presented to tiatrists and four sports personalities on December 27 at the Black Box, Kala Academy, to felicitate and honour those who excelled in the field of tiatr, culture and sports.

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