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The I Can’t Funeral

Donna’s fourth grade classroom looked like many others I had seen in the past. The teacher’s desk was in front and faced the students. The bulletin board featured student work.

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The Naxal Menace

By Khushwant Singh
The recent killing of over 30 innocent passengers travelling on a private bus on Dantewada highway in Chattisgarh came as a rude reminder that we are far from suppressing the Naxalite uprising.

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Singapore on Sandals

By Vijita Fernando
Nature has been bountiful in her gifts to Singapore, the tiny island nation in the Indian Ocean. The unsurpassed greenery that provides a natural backdrop to the commercial and business sectors, the cascading floral arrangements at every intersection, the exotic bouquets of a hundred varieties of orchids - natural splendour has earned Singapore a fitting sobriquet: Garden City of Asia.

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Business Casual Dress Code for Men

By Preetam Kaushik
Many a befuddled male executive might well ask, “What is ‘business casual’?” While the term defies a formal, standard definition, here’s what it doesn’t mean – (a) the clothes one wears to lounge around the house on a weekend or extended holiday; (b) apparel fit for attending a rave or going clubbing!

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Towards Molecular Spirituality

By Dr Nandkumar Kamat
Contrary to media hype, Craig Venter did not create life in the laboratory (See all his work by visiting his institutional website http://www.jcvi.org/). After 15 years of painstaking and expensive research, he demonstrated a new gene splicing technique useful in synthetic genomics – a sub discipline of synthetic biology.

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Mr and Ms Youth Eye: Top 12 Declared

Youth Eye in collaboration with Mandovi Entertainment conducted auditions for Mr and Ms Youth Eye on May 26. The 12 selected contestants will now be competing for Mr and Ms Youth Eye Goa.

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Goan People for the Planet

BY ARTI DAS | NT NETWORK

Whenever we come across any social issues, we directly blame them on the government or some other authorities. We forget that we are also a part of this society and we too have a role to play.

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Juliana Gurjao e Colaco: Goa’s own Female Football star

I started my football career by playing for the village of Calangute. Although from Agassaim, my mother belonged to Calangute, and Rekha (Goa’s national winning captain) and I would play for Calangute.

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