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Revisiting Christmas In Govapuri AD 1075

Nandkumar M Kamat Readers are forewarned that this is my time travellers’ tale which showcases the great liberal, cosmopolitan and tolerant, harmonious elements of Goan history which were witnessed in AD 1075 in the prosperous capital of the Kadambas of Goa- Govapuri or Gopakpattana. 

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Ray Of Hope In Fight Against Climate Change

AMIT KAPOOR   Conversations in India rarely revolve around the subject of climate change. The discussions around the topic are largely limited to the highest offices and international forums, while the country’s citizens remain mostly disassociated from it.

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Learning Lessons From Adelaide Test The Adelaide Test has again brought to the fore the problems that Virat Kohli and the touring Indian team management has with deciding on an eleven.

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Reasons Why BJP Should Worry About 2019

Rajdeep Sardesai   In 2004, a few weeks before the general elections and a day after the Lucknow stampede in which 21 poor women were killed while collecting free saris, then prime minister AtalBihari Vajpayee admitted to me in an interview that the tragedy had dented the ‘India Shining’ image being aggressively promoted by his government.

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Former BJP Chief Ministers’ Position In Government The three former BJP chief ministers —Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Vasundhara Raje  and Raman Singh were  known for their administrative and management skills.

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Goa Needs Liberation From Non-governance Salazar ruled Goa from a distance and in doing so he set a trend. Goa needs liberation from non-governance.

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Goa’s Progress Since Liberation

EDUARDO FALEIRO   The Goa Liberation Day is celebrated every year on December 19. On December 19, 1961, Goa was freed from the Portuguese rule. It was a seminar on Portuguese Colonialism held in New Delhi in October 1961 that triggered the decision of the government of India to liberate Goa.

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Time For Political Parties To Debate On Developmental Issues The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and its star campaigners have been taken aback following the assembly poll results in the Hindi heartland states wherein the party lost the states of Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh to Congress.

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NIO Must Take Up Goa-centric Research Work The National Institute of Oceanography (NIO) has in recent years failed to be even of consultative value to the state of Goa.

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