Saturday , 23 March 2019


Christmas around India

By Anthony Kuriakose
India is a secular nation and houses every religion in the world. Christians are a minority here and form only  2.3% of the population of about 25 million.. But that  fact in no way lessens the observance of the festival.

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Clay for Beauty

By Aroona Reejhsinghani
Forget the benefits to the skin provided by fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices; clay can give you more a beautiful appearance then all of them put together.

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By Odette and Joe Mascarenhas
Keep those gastric juices ready when you visit Sublime. Rustic surroundings, organic vegetables, traditional preparations re-invented, and a touch of ‘Chris-fusion’ speak highly of the person Chris Saleem, the brain behind the concept. Son of the late actor Jalal Agha, the creativity of the Indian-American chef is showcased at this pleasant garden restaurant in Saligao.

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From the Classical to the Romantic

The Kala Academy Goa in association with Pro Musica is organising on December 11, 2010 at 6.30 pm at the Dinanath Mangeshkar Kala Mandir, Panaji, a concert of Western Classical Music. Ms Joanne Marie D’ Mello (Soprano) and Ms Kumi Matsuo (Piano) will be presenting various music pieces on the occasion.

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Degrees don’t endorse intelligence: U R Ananthamurthy

Celebrated Kannada litterateur, noted educationist and intellectual thinker, Dr Udupi Rajagopalacharya alias U R Ananthamurthy who is in town to attend the Goa Arts and Literary Festival commencing at the International Centre Goa from December 12, interacted with a couple of journalists on various topics from literature to education, and politics to freedom of expression. We bring our readers some of the views expressed by the septuagenarian man of letters.

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