Camilo Gonsalves is a legend in Goa football. Having played for almost a quarter of a century, his scoring skills left everyone thunderstruck. He talks about what lacks in Goan football and his favourites for this World Cup.Read More »
BY PRATIMA ACHREKAR
The pre monsoon showers were a blessing, bringing relief from the draining heat, driving many with the enthusiasm to do more…to do some thing green in anticipation of the cool lush days ahead.Read More »
‘TIATR SURU ZATA’
V Creations maiden venture is a new tiatr written and directed by Bro Onassis D’Cruz. The drama titled ‘Tiatr Suru Zata….’ is a fine entertainer with messages on various ills that plague society today.
Konkani Classics Revisited Vol 1 and 2
After many years, SA RE GA MA India Ltd have released two audio albums of Konkani popular music. These are modern versions of former Konkani classics from Alfred Rose, Chris Perry, Frank Fernandes and M Alphonso.
Few may be aware that Yolanda D’Souza popularly known as the hat-trick queen, also played for the women’s World Cup in 1981 apart from being in the runners up team in the 1979 Asian Football championships. She speaks about Goa’s entry into football, her climb in football and of the present World Cup.Read More »
VASCO: In an endeavor to make use of open spaces for public use, a multi-purpose garden having a fountain, playing equipment, reading room and a stage to perform various social and cultural activities was inaugurated at the hands of Revenue Minister, Mr Jose Philip D’Souza at Vaddem on Tuesday.Read More »
By Aroona Reejhsinghani
Summer is here with its scorching heat many people fall a victim to summer diseases like heat rashes, sun burns, greasy skin, boils pimples and acne, but some who know how to make lifestyle adjustments can sail through summer with beautiful skin and healthy hair.
By Rohit R Phalgaonkar
The festival of Gadyaanchi Jatra, which happens once in three years at Poinguinim, a village in Canacona, has placed the village on Goa’s cultural map. This year the jatra will be celebrated at the beginning of this month.
By Odette and Joe Mascarenhas
‘Boy! You sound just like a school marm,’ hubby dear commented when I lectured him on the perils of overindulgence, ‘you go yakitty-yak-yak, once the ‘kida’ is in your brain…’ Luckily the rest of the sentence was left incomplete otherwise it would be his brains that would get the benefit of a ‘real kida.’
While launching its first ever Children’s Film Festival to be held at the Maquinez Palace on June 5 and 6, the Entertainment Society of Goa is all set to spread the magic of films and is in the process of setting up a network of film clubs in Goan colleges.Read More »