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BY JP PEREIRA

A laugh riot in 6 Idiots

VP Sinari, Panjim have released a gem of a comedy film by comedian Ambe. The short video film titled ‘6 Idiots’ has various skits that are packed with plenty of humour.

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St Xavier’s College wins K-OSS 2011

‘K-OSS 2011’, the inter-collegiate cultural festival was recently organised by the students’ council of S S Dempo college of Commerce and Economics at the Taleigao Community Centre. St Xavier’s College walked home with the winner’s trophy and a cash prize of `25000. The first runners up were IHM who won a cash prize of `15000 and a trophy. Don Bosco College bagged the third prize comprising ` 10000 and a trophy.

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A nostalgia trip around Jardin de Garcia de Orta

By Cedric Silveira

The Municipal Garden or Jardin de Garcia de Orta is famous for many reasons. Named after a Portuguese Jewish physician and naturalist, Garcia de Orta, who pioneered tropical medicine, the garden square is surrounded by some famous shops, many of them being in existence for more than a century.

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Nuances of Land Art

By Perin Ilavia

 The wind wafted the melodic sound of the sitar recital by Manab Das, enhancing the colours of the setting sun as the spectators imbibed the artist’s concept and creativity at the land art exhibition by Subodh Kelkar, at Orzan in Vagator on January 28.

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Grand epics, grander recounting

BY PRATIMA ACHREKAR | NT NETWORK

The ancient theatre folk art form ‘Dashavatar’ is a part of the quaint picturesque cultural landscape of villages. Popular in Maharashtra and in a few places in Goa like Pernem, Bicholim, Valpoi, Margao and Canacona, the Dashavtari plays are one of the major highlights at religious gatherings, which attract a lot of people.

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Celestial Abstractions

By Perin Ilavia

The first movement of abstract art from 1910-1916 was a reaction against naturalistic expressions. It was with De Stiji that abstraction became a popular art form and artists around the world have experimented with varying

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Film Review by Sachin Chatte

Three’s company

Film: Dil To Bachcha Hain Ji

Cast: Ajay Devgn, Emraan Hashmi, Omi Vaidya

Directed by: Madhur Bhandarkar

Duration: 138 minutes

Rating: * * 1 /2

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Audio Review…..

‘Tuka Nanv Nam

by JP PEREIRA

4S Productions have released their latest audio album titled ‘Tuka Nanv Nam’. The album consists of a collection of songs, whose lyrics have been composed by Jr Reagan. Cajetan de Curtorim has penned the lyrics for two of the songs. The songs have been rendered by various artistes from the Konkani stage.

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A touch of sparkle at the Tibetan market

Tibetan market at Calangute is not only famous for its exquisite silver jewellery that is brought in from different parts of the world, but also for the ambience, which makes the trip to the market worth the effort

BY PURVI RADIA | NT NETWORK

Enter the Tibetan market in Calangute and the gleam of light hitting on the silver jewellery sparkles before the eyes. This sparkle becomes the centre of attraction. Often known for its cosy environment, this market is hassle free, and this makes the experience at the market enjoyable.

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Don Bosco’s relics to arrive in Goa in August

BY CEDRIC SILVEIRA

The feast of Don Bosco will be celebrated on January 31 across the world. In Goa the different Don Bosco institutions situated at Panjim, Fatorda, Sucorna, Odxel, Tuem, Loutolim, Quepem, Parra, Ucasaim, and Benaulim will be celebrating the feast with great pomp and gaiety.

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