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Wok on in….a Sizzling Affair

By Odette and Joe Mascarenhas
Now at our age we do not think of having sizzling affairs. But we did experience one the other night. Now before you all get the wrong idea, let me tell you about this ‘affair’.

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Nandita Das to lecture at Ravindra Bhavan on April 10

NT Staff Reporter
MARGAO: Dr ManoharRai SarDesai memorial lecture this year will be delivered by renowned film personality, columnist and social activist, Ms Nandita Das. This lecture, a part of a series, has been organised by the Konkani Bhasha Mandal and the topic of her lecture is, ‘Films and Activism: A Personal Journey’.

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A DIFFERENT STORY

NT NETWORK
To match its successful venture of promoting the membership drive as a means to preserve the past for posterity, Goa Chitra, Benaulim is hosting “A DIFFERENT STORY – The Dischordian live in concert”, on April 10 at the Goa Chitra’s amphitheatre, Benaulim from 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

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MAD ABOUT MONEY

Perin Ilavia
Luck they say plays an important role in making money. It’s the children of rich parents, who can sit back and make money work for them.

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The Masterpieces

By Naguesh Rao Sardessai
Gallery Gitanjali in Fontainhas, Panaji, is hosting an exhibition of paintings titled ‘The Master Pieces’ that includes the works of eight artists from across Maharashtra. It’s interesting to see four senior artists’ works brush frames with the works of a younger lot.

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IDEA exhibition throws up innovative designs

NT NETWORK
Enthusiastic students of the Institute of Design Environment and Architecture (IDEA) displayed their work of architecture and design through an innovative exhibition held last weekend at the Entertainment Society of Goa’s Art Gallery, Panaji.

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JOET DE VIVRE JOETS

The white sands, a few boats parked on the waterfront and the open expanse leading to the sea. A place for ‘joie de vivre’ -started by a fisherman named Jose who used to catch the fish, based on the orders got in the morning and his wife Ethelvina who would cook the food– ‘JOETS.’

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What it means to Muslim Women

By Syeda Hameed
The first has been thrown by pro-reservationists consisting of venerable leaders of RJD, SP and part of JDU. They have again begun the old refrain of quota within quota for their Muslim and OBC ‘sisters’. The second has been thrown by some Maulvis (not all Maulvis) who have made public statements that Muslim women should restrict themselves to the home and children and not aspire for politics.

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Revamping Emergency Care

Dr D B Bhandare
Goa has been a progressive state and over the years has been on the forefront in all avenues of health care. When one acquaints oneself with the national health programs one realises that Goa has already attained all the targets that have been set for the country for next decade.

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