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Symposium on Sea Turtle biology and conservation kick starts in Goa

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The 30th annual symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation is currently on at the Kala Academy, Panaji. It is for the very first time that it is being held in the South Asian region.
The theme for this year symposium - ‘The World of Turtle’ – means to draw attention to the coastal,

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Caught in caricature

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The art gallery of Institute Menezes Braganza, Panaji will from today host a caricature exhibition by artist, Mr Bharat Jagtap. It will feature more than 1400 works of the Belgaum-based artist, made over the last 20 years.

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In service of others

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The very large number of lay faithful from the Archdiocese of Goa and Daman, who have been coming to Pallotti Home over the last 25 years have experienced a tremendous renewal of faith and rekindling of charity in their Christian lives; many of them thereafter have dedicated themselves to the service of humanity and the Church.

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It’s a ‘fiesta’ all the way

By Odette and Joe Mascarenhas
In the heart of Baga’s activity, a long pebbled pathway bordered by swaying palms leads you to a restaurant, lanterns swaying in the breeze as they hang from trees, candle lights fluttering in their glass chimneys tables set under a canopy of stars.

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India Tourism Making the Right Impression

Subhadra Jalali, an ophthalmologist from Hyderabad found Kolkata’s Victoria Memorial enchanting but was inconvenienced for lack of restrooms. “The only one available for the tourists  was outside the main gate and in the scorching heat it was a long walk.

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When Fakirs and Temple Priests Converse with Animals

By K R N Swamy
In 1913 Mr Victor Bayley was posted to the Railway Secretariat in Simla, as Assistant Secretary and spent the winter there. His house faced southwest and one little spur caught all the sun, making it wonderful in those winter days.

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Cricket : Modiplied & Modified

By Ambikanand Sahay
Mortals are known for their short memory. More so in this cricket-crazy nation where even a Sachin Tendulkar is, during one of his rare lean patches, advised by masses, media and self-styled experts to retire from the game once and for all unceremoniously.

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Jivbadada Kerkar and his Keri-Pednem Palace

By Prajal Sakhardande
Jivbadada Kerkar is a fascinating historical figure, not only in Goa history but Maratha history too. An eminent son of Goa, Jivbadada Kerkar has been immortalised in Maratha war history.

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A Need to Professionalise Tourism

By Mário Cabral e Sá
Are Goa beaches safe? How safe?  Safe from what?  From whom? Open your favourite newspapers or the one you dislike the most:  the stories are similar about beach happenings: Russian women raped, Russian child molested, Goan cabbie murdered by Russian bar owner.

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