Thursday , 20 September 2018


Creating a niche for tribal craft

The consumer market is flooded with commercial goods. With a little variation they exhibit to some extent a homogenous quality. They look the same and score poorly on creativity. Like a breath of fresh air, hand crafted items come to your rescue.

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Whats in a name…

Chef John Periera of the Cidade de Goa recommends

Sopa is a term which we are comfortable with…it means ‘soup.’ But if one browses through the Food and Dietary Adaptations among Hispanics in US…one would have to think again.

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Tiatr Personality: JESUS ANTAO

 By J P Pereira

For 28 years, Jesus Antao has made the audience laugh while performing on the Konkani stage. This comedian hailing from Chinchinim is the son of the late Antonio Piedade and Natalina Antao, the youngest of ten children.

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Politics and Misplaced Priorities

By Ambikanand Sahay
As you drive down from Akshardham Temple in Delhi towards Greater Noida, greenery greets you. On your right is Mayawati’s dream park. It’s a gorgeous project. Thanks to its magnificence and workmanship, all the structures that have come up look grand.

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Need a Life….

By Kavitha Reddy

“Need a Life….” was all my heart said, so I called my friends and we decided to go on a trek. We gathered at Delhi, travelled by interstate bus to Rishikesh, a six-and-a-half hour overnight journey that was as (un)comfortable as possible in a badly managed bus service. 

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