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‘Pashan Kali’ released

The second edition of the Marathi novel, ‘Pashan Kali’ by Jyoti Kuncolienkar was recently released at the Kala Academy premises by the Programme Executive of Kala Academy, Dr Govind Kale

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Off the Bone

By Odette and Joe Mascarenhas

Well if one thinks about the origins of the kebab one would visualise simple chunks of meat grilled over the fire. And then it was redefined for the emperors and Nizams of yore.

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Far from Empowerment

By Pamela Philipose

 First a reminder. Let’s rewind to that heady dawn of May 2004 when Indian Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh, first came to power. The preamble of the National Common Minimum Programme his United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government had unveiled was rife with the rosy tints of that moment.

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Rare Copy of the US Declaration of Independence found in Shimla

By Antony Kuriakose

 In April 2010 there was a news item that in Shimla, the owner of Maria Bros, a local bookshop, had found neatly tucked among stacks of old books of his shop an unusual document – a parchment that is one of the few surviving original printed copies of the American declaration of independence, drafted by no less than Thomas Jefferson,

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Democracy’s Kings

By V Y Kantak

What is of relevance to us is the question of the great Indian state and the legitimacy it seemingly enjoys to do and claim all the things it does. What gives it such unassailable rights over our wealth, lands and resources?

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Politics Goa Style

By Mário Cabral e Sá

Six months from the day I am filing this column (19/06) it will be fifty years since the Portuguese were ousted from Goa, Daman and Diu by the Indian armed forces, liberated politically speaking, conquered in reality, and as settled, once and for all,

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Modern Concepts of Raising Children

By Tomazinho Cardozo

The family plays an important role in the development of the society. Earlier family and family alone were responsible for the growth of mankind. The family was responsible for bringing up children.

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Dhempe College Foundation Day

By Prajal Sakhardande

he Portuguese left Goan shores in December 1961. Save the Escola Medica, the colonists left no legacy of higher degree education. Hence, the onus of founding a degree college in the Humanities and Sciences fell upon Goans.

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Passive Aggression

By Marilia Priyanka Fernandes

he workplace is made up of various kinds of people. Some are nice, others are nasty. There are a few more who don’t do anything in particular but still rub us the wrong way. In fact, it’s precisely because they don’t do anything that really gets to us.

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Beating Stress

By Dr Kasturi Desai

n the present day world, all of us right from a newborn child to the eldest member of the family experience certain amount of stress. A mother is all tensed hoping for the safe delivery of the baby. Once the baby is born, both the parents are worried about the infections around.

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