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Restoring the Soul of Salcete

By Dr Nandkumar M Kamat
Expectedly, the Sal River, the soul of the Salcete taluka, is again in the news. The credit for the neglect this river suffers goes to indifferent village panchayats, heavyweight politicians of the area, and the inefficient Goa State Pollution Control Board (GSPCB).

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Vintage Wizardry

By Ramachandra Guha
From the middle of October to the middle of December 2010, the Republic of India was beset by a series of corruption scandals - money illegally made on contracts for the Commonwealth Games, on housing projects in Mumbai and mining schemes in Karnataka, on the allocation of scarce airwaves for mobile-phone companies.

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JETTING TO JAIPUR!

The Rajasthan Royals, Shilpa Shetty’s Indian Premier League (IPL) team with husband Raj Kundra as co-owner, may have suffered defeat at the hands of Shah Rukh Khan’s Kolkata Knight Riders last week but that hasn’t curbed her enthusiasm.

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AKKI SPLURGES

In B-Town circles, Akshay Kumar may be perceived as being quite tight-fisted with money. He disproved this theory by throwing a lavish wrap-up party for Desi Boyz cast-and-crew last night.

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my Fav co-star

Abhishek Bachchan called Rani Mukerji his favourite co-star in a recent interview. “Rani is the best co-star I have ever worked with. She’s beautiful and is a brilliant actor.”

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THUMB’S UP!

Remember how Hrithik Roshan once famously called the extra appendage to his right thumb his lucky charm? Now note, if you may, that the actor didn’t really let that hand or his digits take precedence on magazine covers, special shoots or advertisements.

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Observing the Greatest Sacrifice

Good Friday was observed with a lot of religious fervor in the state yesterday. It started with the kissing feet of the crucifix, followed by Half Mass and lastly the procession.

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