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Summer is here

By Banalata Bipani

The heat is on…. And if you believe everything the ads tell you, walking out of your home without lathering yourself with sunscreen is akin to hara-kiri …..Exposure to the sun increases the production of melanin, which is the skin’s pigment and gives the skin its colour.

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Combating Harassment, the Tech Way

Harassment on the street is not confined to Indian women alone as Hollaback, a harassed women’s initiative in the US proves. This tech-savvy website is now in India too, reports Paromita Pain

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Pick of the Season

By Odette and Joe Mascarenhas

What would be your ‘pick’ at a particular time of the year? Now this term could be used by designers, colours and many creative ‘norms’ that one could decide upon. But in this case I am talking about ‘l Orange’…..no, not a colour but a restaurant that is well established to blow away the heat and rain in what is termed as ‘off season’ in our tiny state.

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5-day theatre festival at KA

‘Natyarangpancham’, a five day theatre festival will be held from May 7 to 11, 2011 at the Dinanath Mangeshkar Kala Mandir, Panaji. It is organised jointly by Kala Academy, the Directorate of Art and Culture, government of Goa, and Antruz Lalitak, Bandora, the festival will see the staging of selected plays of noted Goan playwright, Pundalik Naik. The shows will commence daily at 7 p.m. All the shows are open to theatre lovers.

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Guardian of Nation’s Economy… Economist

By Ranjana Kakodkar
There is a lot of interest among students to make a career in Economics…a glamorous career which holds a lot of promise. More so as the very basis of the profession is changing, thanks to liberalisation and e-commerce. Economists also command respect the world over. 

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Khanasutra

By Meera Ravi
All in the world loves a great lover – especially an imaginative one. Don’t just only go by the roses-and-chocolate route – dig into your Indian culinary heritage and the land of Kamasutra will surely help you

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Career Leap

By Ranjana Kakodkar
I have done my graduation in science (chemistry) and am working in a private firm as a chemist in the quality control department. I am interested in working for our environment department or state pollution control board.

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Impressions of temple sculpture

BY ARTI DAS | NT NETWORK
The Lucknow-bred artist Shalini Srivastava as a child was always fascinated by temple sculptures. After immortalising her impressions of these, in her paintings, she is all set to exhibit them at her first solo painting exhibition in Goa.

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