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Taking Goa to the world

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Designer, Wendell Rodricks has become one of the first Indians to showcase his collection at Sweden in Gothenburg, recently. This was a unique platform for Wendell to present something new and yet Indian at heart. He was accompanied by designers–Neelanjana Ghose and Rahul Mishra.

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George Gonsalves: Serenading the Konkani stage

By J P Pereira
George Gonsalves, from Agassaim, is one of the best singers on the Konkani stage today. His deep well-modulated voice has enthralled discerning listeners of the Konkani stage. He is the son of Juliao and Lourdina Gonsalves and has loved being on-stage since the age of seven.

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More on our lesser known winged wonders

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The Southwest monsoons will soon sweep across our parched landscapes draping the lands with carpets of green and brown. An explosion of life forms will thus erupt bringing to life a myriad of lesser-known creatures including frogs, beetles, moths etc.

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Ancient Ganesh idol found at Parra

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A beautiful ancient brass Ganesha sculpture masterfully created by the agile hands of an artisan was found buried in the house of Mr Jagganath Chodankar of Aradi, Parra in Bardez on Tuesday.

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A Different Kind of Cake

Chef John Periera of Cidade de Goa recommends…
From the kitchens of the Cidade de Goa comes a cake to tempt your taste buds. No rum and raisins feature in this preparation, but with the goodness of this crustacean delicacy….crab.

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Tiatrs, dramas should highlight social issues: CM

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PANAJI: Tiatrs and dramas should be based on social themes for the betterment of society, the Chief Minister, Mr Digambar Kamat said, adding, performing art is a powerful means of mass communication and it should be used effectively for social change.

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The tale of the Bhomboikaracho Khuris

By Cedric Silveira
Salvador do Mundo is blessed with natural beauty. Atop a hill at Salvador do Mundo called Montir lies a small chapel where time stands still. Barely a hundred meters from this chapel is a cross built in 1918, called Bhomboikaracho Khuris (The cross of the Bombay people).

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Swing Through the Hot Summer

By Amita Quenim
I love my country; I love my state too, but would love to vanish from this unbelievable hot summer season. Where should one go and how long should one be away and how many years can you go on running away from what you have to live with. One summer after the other we drove for hours enjoying being with the family.

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