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CCP with doctor’s aid sensitises market vendors on corona

Panaji: The Corporation of City of Panaji, on Thursday, distributed face masks to vendors at the municipal market and also sensitised them on how to prevent themselves from getting infected with coronavirus. Addressing vendors in the market along with city mayor, Uday Madkaikar, deputy mayor, Vasant Agshikar, ex-mayor, Vaidehi Naik and market committee member, Shekhar Digvekar, Dr Manisha Kamat advised …

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Goan team in final round of national quiz

Two Panaji-based students, Asmi Bhupesh Wadji and Puneet Sharma of People’s High School, Panaji, and Fr Agnel Central School, Pilar respectively are among the top 60 participants from India who will compete at the DSSL-Discovery School Super League Season 2, a quiz powered by Byju’s. A national level inter school contest, DSSL is a critical thinking and aptitude-based competition that …

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PCCE students are working for global warming awareness

A group of 30 students of the final year and third year mechanical engineering at Padre Conceicao College of Engineering are trying to bring about a change in the way people see the global climate issues. These students under ISHRAE (Indian Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-conditioning Engineers) are aiming at educating people on the need for awareness and the …

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ICICI Prudential AMC is Gold Award winner

Panaji: ICICI Prudential Asset Management Company was awarded the Gold Award for Leadership in Credit Risk Management at Outlook Money Awards. The Award was announced under the Editor’s Choice segment where outstanding contributors in the BFSI segment were being honoured. The fund house was recognised for its exceptional performance in credit risk management at a time when several of the …

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MODEST HAND OVER:

Former Japanese swimmer Imoto Naoko holds the Olympic torch next to Greek Sports Minister and HOC President Spyros Capralos during the olympic flame handover ceremony for the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics, on Thursday in Athens.

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Goa to stamp persons under home quarantine

Panaji: Following the footsteps of Maharashtra government, Health Minister Vishwajit Rane on Wednesday said that all people undergoing ‘home quarantine’ for suspected exposure to the dreaded coronavirus disease (COVID-19) will be stamped on their hand. In Maharashtra, every individual who is undergoing home quarantine is mandatorily being stamped on the left hand as a precautionary measure. “We are going to …

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Japan sends plane to collect Olympic flame

Tokyo: A plane sporting Tokyo 2020 livery departed Haneda International Airport on Wednesday bound for Athens to collect the Olympic flame, but there was no delegation from organisers onboard due to concerns about the coronavirus pandemic. Tokyo 2020 said it chose not to send the high-level delegation, which was originally set to include organising committee president Yoshiro Mori and Olympics …

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That love for food runs deep….

Danuska Da Gama | NT BUZZ Having begun his career in the kitchen at the age of 22, Chef Monish Santosh has quickly risen to the position of sous chef within a span of five years. Always engrossed in crafting new recipes and creating food that is enticing and with a personal touch, he makes people fall in love with …

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In devotion to Lord Damodar

Devotees of Lord Damodar from all over Goa celebrated Gulalotsav on Tuesday, a part of Shigmotsav festivities at the Shri Damodar Temple at Zambaulim. As part of the celebrations held annually in the month of Phalgun, a palkhi (palanquin) carrying the idol of Lord Damodar is taken out in procession while devotees en route splash handfuls of ‘gulaal’ onto the …

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Distressed Indian students in the Philippines seek help

Washington: Hundreds of distressed Indian students, stuck in the Philippines, are seeking help through video messages as they are unable to fly back home due to the travel restrictions imposed by India to contain the spread of the deadly novel coronavirus, according to friends and relatives of some of these students in the US. The Indian government on Tuesday banned …

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