Friday , 26 April 2019


The Carnival of Colours

By Perin Ilavia
Ruchika’s Art Gallery celebrated its fourth year of inception with a group show of twenty-nine Goan artists, which previewed recently. Paintings exploring abstracts and figurative portraiture, and semi abstractions in varying mediums, boldly crossed boundaries of art, creating compelling compositions and an amalgamation of older and younger genres of artists.

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Tease and shout

By Odette and Joe Mascarenhas
Why are India, Australia, New Zealand, Zimbabwe, South Africa, and Pakistan in the news today? Ok, no teasers….we all have that answer. It’s the world cup fever.

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Going the extreme way

Dance truly exemplified the expression of joy when the tiny tots came on stage for the ‘Dance Wire 2011’ event organised recently by the Xtremers Dance Academy at the Kala Academy.

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Telling the tale of a visionary

Dr Savia Viegas, writer, artist and researcher from Carmona, actively involved in studying works of Goa’s long-forgotten artist, Angelo da Fonseca, in a candid chat with ‘The Navhind Times’ speaks about the artist, his work and why we need to celebrate him

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Paintings with a Pun

By Naguesh Rao Sardessai

Charudatta Ram Prabhudesai, the name that was to make waves in the art circle several years earlier has emerged with a solo show of his works at the ‘Gallery Attic’ in the heart of the city.

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On the journey of self-discovery


Andrew Jude Fernandes from Majorda, now residing in Utorda, is an actor who believes in giving his best, irrespective of the role or length of the role. The son of Bernard and Piedade Fernandes, he is married to Florine and he has a daughter Angel and a son, Joshua.

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Ahoy! Records ashore

Panaji: Wednesday afternoon was the day of records as two individuals from Madhya Pradesh—Mr Krishna Srivastava and Ms Babita Mishra created a world record by pulling the Royal Cruise ship by their teeth at the Panaji jetty.

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Cezar to start festival of fun, feasting

Well known tiatrist and stage performer Cezar D’Mello who has entertained tourists on board cruises and at five star hotels has been chosen to be King Momo at this year’s carnival parade.  Known for his trio Mil-Mel-Nel he has performed with almost all the stage artistes of Goa and Mumbai besides acting in few Hindi moves as well.

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