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People’s Educational Trust celebrates 80 years

People’s Educational Trust celebrated its 80th anniversary. The occasion was graced by social activist, Medha Patkar and senior journalist Tavleen Singh. Speaking at the event Patkar spoke about how Goa can sustain itself while Tavleen stressed on healthcare and education. As part of the entertainment students presented an orchestra and dance performance.

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This PM gets emotional on returning to his roots

NT NETWORK PANAJI Getting sentimental over revisit to his Goan roots, Prime Minister of Portugal António Costa on Wednesday appealed to the state government to take benefit of the expertise of his country in areas like science and technology, infrastructure, renewable energy, agriculture and events. “I am very happy to be the first Prime Minister of Portugal of Goan origin,” …

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Portugal PM keen to extend joint progs in marine robotics, navigation systems

NT NETWORK PANAJI During the visit of high-level delegation from Portugal led by their Prime Minister Antonio Costa to the CSIR-National Institute of Oceanography (NIO), it was agreed upon to extend the existing collaborative research programmes as well as to initiate new programmes in the fields of marine robotics, global navigation systems and microbial biotechnology. The Portuguese delegation was shown …

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Polling personnel check condition of EVMs in Panaji on Tuesday. State assembly elections will be held on February 4

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The Lokotsav 2017

The Lokotsav 2017—A national level festival of folk art and handicrafts is being held at Kala Academy, Panaji. This is a unique platform to experience and understand the folk art and artifacts of the country under one roof. You can witness the folk dance right from Rajasthan to Assam and also at the same time taste the scrumptious food from …

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Aiming for an accessible future

  SHERAS FERNANDES| NT BUZZ   You are now one of India’s leading business leaders, promoting equal accessibility rights movement in India. Tell us something about your journey. I was a young child when I met with an accident and the world changed for me which kept me wondering how people lived life. As I grew older I realised that …

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WORKING FOR COUNTRY’S GLORY

Craftsman Jitender Singh works on unfinished cricket bats in a factory in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh. As he carves out another big-hitting slab of thick willow, he insists MCC proposals to limit the size of cricket bats won’t tame Twenty20 marauders. “I don’t think the thickness matters. It’s more about the balance of the bat and the talent of the batsman,” …

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Voters feel constituency specific issues are more important

Bhiva Parab | NT PANAJI: While the casino issue has been regularly making the news since the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government came to power, it could hardly have impact on the assembly elections and there are chances that hardly some votes will be lost by the BJP in the forthcoming assembly elections on the casino issue. It is not …

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