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Realities of Goa in ‘Vyakta Hotana…’

‘I saw you like a deer trapped in the cage of pain, And the lightning in the mother sky, passed within, I could, that night, perceive sobs of women, In turn, losing my innocence, and becoming a matured man [As translated from the poem ‘Na Sangitleli Gosht’ (Untold Story)]

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Early tiatrs not lured by the lucre says tiatrist

John Claro Fernandes
“Tiatr artistes must love the art of tiatr, its song and music. If they really love it, the performance of the tiatr or of the song will definitely be of great quality,” said John Claro Fernandes - a veteran artiste of the tiatr stage.

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Early tiatrs not lured by the lucre says tiatrist

John Claro Fernandes
“Tiatr artistes must love the art of tiatr, its song and music. If they really love it, the performance of the tiatr or of the song will definitely be of great quality,” said John Claro Fernandes - a veteran artiste of the tiatr stage.

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Catching up with books on line

BY PURVI RADIA | NT NETWORK
“The book publishing industry is not about money but rather about being a medium for the exchange of ideas,” said the co-ordinator of the Book Club, Mr Fredrick Noronha. He was speaking at the launch of the Book Club held recently.

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School’s Role in Inculcating Values

By Neena Sehgal
Recently I came across this poser in one of the newspapers. Over the past few months, we are waking up to the news about the CWG fraud or about how the politicians are raking in big money at the expense of us poor tax payers. Are corruption and cheating the only form of dishonesty? In my opinion dishonesty can take various forms.

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Mando, on a more soulful not

BY PRATIMA ACHREKAR | NT NETWORK
Goa is not all about sun, sand and beaches, it is also has a rich heritage in art, culture and cuisine, and with an effort towards preserving it cultural heritages cultural activities are hosted all year round.

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Swooning Over Shah Rukh

By Mehru Jaffer
She saw the Shah Rukh Khan starrer period film, ‘Veer Zaara’, in 2004, and her whole life changed. No she is not some crazed Mumbai movie fan but a sensitive painter-sculptor - German artist Anna Mandel - whose recent works are inspired by popular Hindi cinema.

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Lessons for Goan Voters and Politicians

By Santosh R Kenkre
Two weeks ago, on a Sunday morning, I was having a cup of a tea with a celebrated Goan professional. I asked him a heartfelt question about politics – a lot of people in India vote according to their caste/religion or favours received from politicians.

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Memories Triggered by Sagres

By Mário Cabral e Sá
Mixed reactions in Goa to the arrival of Portuguese training ship Sagres are still playing on my mind. The bureaucracy, Governor downwards, at first seemed to be receptive and friendly, then, perhaps motivated by the threats and reactions of freedom fighters, many of whom suffered unspeakable acts of cruelty at the hands of Fernando Revez Romba,

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