It is a myth that engineering is the only option for those inclined toward technology. Going beyond the typical engineering degree route, there are other career and education options available today thanks to the great infrastructural development that is taking place. We will explore different angels of the technical industry, conventional as well as unconventional, in this article.Read More »
By Karen Braganza
A long with 21 other students I got the wonderful opportunity to participate in a student exchange program with the Swedish Institute of Tullinge Gymnasium and Sodra Latin Gymnasium.
After successful efforts to raise awareness on good waste management practices in schools of Delhi, Bengaluru, Chandigarh, Mumbai, Pune and Hyderabad, The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) and Tetra Pak India have launched their project SEARCH in Goa with a pool of 20 schools in the State.Read More »
By Milena Fernandes
I am obsessed with the suicides we hear of ever day. Has our life become so cheap that it can be easily set free? Life is complicated, a little hectic and stressful. Everyone, from the richest to the poorest, has his own problems.
By Iris Gomes
Silver is for Secrets
Author: Laurie Faria Stolarz
Genre: Young Adult Novel
Publishers: Jaico Publishing House
Witchcraft became a catchword with many youngsters following the movie ‘The Craft’, as well as bestsellers like the Harry Potter series. Further,
As young children, all of us loved listening to fairytale stories or even simple Goan folktales. Grandma spent a lot of precious time narrating these stories to us and thanks to these very stories,Read More »
BY VICTORIA LOBO
Pride and Prejudice is a classic and is perhaps the most famous novel written by Jane Austen. It is set in England in the early 19th century and revolves around the Bennet family, particularly one of the Bennet children, Lizzie.
Incubated in July 2012, and barely a year old, Liqueur Armada is proudly showing off its silver medal at the International Wine and Spirit Challenge; the most prestigious, respected and influential spirit challenges in the world.Read More »
By Perin Ilavia
Goa inspires artists in every field and photography is a much approached medium. Among the young photographers is 17-year-old Adriel Alvares, a standard eleven student from Margao, who held his second solo show, titled ‘Spanish 75’, at the Big Foot Tiatr Hall of Fame, Loutolim.
The future of any society depends on its youth. They are the young and restless and are a section of society that we can’t afford to neglect. Recently, we witnessed the outburst in Delhi after the gang rape of a young girl that led to our judiciary changing its laws for crimes against women, making them more stringent.