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Spare a thought for earth

BY ARTI DAS | NT NETWORK
For the past 40 years, April 22 is celebrated as ‘Earth Day.’ It is a day that focuses on the grave issues that hamper our fragile ecosystem. This should not just be for a day where we discuss issues and forget about it the next day; rather it can be a day to initiate actions that will look at a future towards sustainable development.

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Empowering the Woman

By Pamela Philipose
The ministry of Women and Child Development recently presented a report entitled, 'Gendering Human Development Indices: Recasting the Gender Development Index and Gender Empowerment Measure for Index', which said that the Gender Empowerment Measure (GEM) for India that was 0.416 in 1996 had increased to 0.497 in 2006

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Anger is Injurious to Health

By Amita Quenim
Slogans in protest of smoking inform you that “smoking is injurious to health” and also “smoking is injurious to our health.” 

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Return of the Stripes

By Hector Choksi
Stripes are back and blazing this season. Geo-forms have always been honoured but never like this before. Stripes of varied thickness when juxtaposed at angles create interesting solutions for different body types.

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Impressive ‘Group de Cinque’

BY NAGUESH RAO SARDESSAI
An exhibition of paintings by the young and fresh graduates of art always evokes a special and curious interest. The show titled 'Group de Cinque' is no exception.

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Simply the best

By Odette and Joe Mascarenhas
Goa is known for its music, culture and food, and we found a place that showcases to the tourists just that - 21 Cocos, the brainchild of Mike Braganza. He along with his wife Rachel has a buzzing place at Candolim, the lane just after Axis Bank. It was Sunday night and music permeated the air.

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Mr and Ms Youth Eye auditions to be held in Goa this May

BY PRATIMA ACHREKAR | NT NETWORK
Ever had a dream of making it big in the fashion or film industry but didn’t have a chance? Have you ever wanted ‘to stand out from the crowd?’ In today’s time it takes much more than a pretty face. A pleasant personality, a stunning body, knowing just the right thing to say, the right way to walk, the confidence, the style – u need it all.

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Awareness drive through street plays

NT NETWORK
Vivekanand Environment Awareness Brigade, Keri Sattari, under the “Science for Sanitation” project conducted street plays in various parts of Goa, in association with State Council for Science and Technology Goa and event supported by Department of Science and Technology, New Delhi.

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Early Breast Cancer Detection Could Save a Life

By Tripti Nath
Breast cancer is the most common cancer in Indian metropolitan cities. As many as 900,000 fresh cases are reported every year. Of these, 100,000 are of breast cancer. The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Delhi gets 15,000 new cancer cases every year.

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