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Spectacles that Compliment your Face

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Not every one is happy about wearing spectacles. While some women are proud of wearing their glasses and make it a fashion accessory, there are others who are not keen on wearing them at all. As an option you can opt to use lenses; however wearing contact lenses in your eyes for extended periods could have a negative reaction on your eyes.

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Akshaya Tritiya – celebrating auspicious moment

By RAMESH SAVAIKAR
Today is Akshaya Tritiya, a holy day for the Hindus, which falls on the third tithi (lunar day) of the bright half (Shukla Paksha) of the Hindu month of Vaishakha, ruled by Lord Vishnu, the Preserver of the Hindu trinity
Akshaya Tritiya, one of the “sade teen muhurtas”

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Guided by fate, nurtured by destiny

BY ARTI DAS
Singer KK, who stole everyone’s heart with his song, ‘Pal’ is now flying high on the success of another two of his songs from the yet to be released movie ‘Kites’.

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A spiritual journey from the finite to the infinite

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His Holiness Avdhoot Baba Shivanandji’s Shivyog Shivir will be held in Goa for the first time from May 19 to 30 at BITS Pilani, K K Birla Goa Campus, Zuarinagar, Vasco
His Holiness Avdhoot Baba Shivanandji is an embodiment of unconditional love and divine wisdom.

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Piri Piri or Peri Peri

Chef Poornima of Alegria recommends    
Peri peri masala is also sometimes known as Piri piri masala. Although the origin of the peri peri masala used by us is traditionally from Portugal, there are many variations.

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Fiesta of semi- classical songs on May 17

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To commemorate the establishment day of Shree Marutirai Sansthan of Miramar-Panaji, a semi-classical musical show will be organised on May 17 at 6.30 p.m. ‘Saptsur’ presented by ‘Suraish’ Mumbai will include performances by SaReGaMaPa fame singers of Zee Marathi,

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Life In Colours

By Naguesh Rao Sardessai 
Ruchika’s Art Gallery, Miramar, is showing an exhibition of paintings by two young and promising artists - Sachin Naik and Ramesh Thorat. 

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St Dymphna: Patron saint of mental and nervous disorders

BY CEDRIC SILVEIRA
St Dymphna may not be known very well across Goa. She is the patron saint of those suffering from neurological disorders, mental illness, nervous system disorders, epilepsy, sleep walking, possessed people, runaways, emotionally disturbed and also mental health professionals.

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Relaxed Formality

By Banalata Bipani
Friday Dressing has already come to be accepted as part of Indian corporate culture. Characterised by loose, colourful shirts with large armholes, soft collars and low back yokes – with trousers and shoes to match – it is designed to take the young male executive straight from boardroom to the bar during weekends.

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Customised tableware no longer just a dream

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In a first of its kind, customised tableware was launched at the hands of internationally renowned cartoonist Mario de Miranda, recently. To mark the launch, de Noronha and Associates (dNA), the designers and manufacturers of the product, specially created for the occasion an 83-piece tea-coffee-dinner set customised with Mario’s trademark dog and his famous signature.

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