Saturday , 15 December 2018


The Drums of War have been Sounded

By Mário Cabral e Sá

Assembly elections are still quite a few month away, but the drums of war have already started rolling. Manohar Parrikar has already made it clear. From the Panaji constituency he has been elected, not once but quite a few times. Dinar Tarcar, the builder of Landscape multi-storeys, was his election agent.

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Don’t Invest in Misery

By Sadhguru

Today, most people in the world have developed an allergy towards spirituality because spirituality has been presented in such an ugly manner. We understand spirituality as not eating properly and sitting on the roadside and begging. Spirituality means living a terrible life, torturing yourself and above all being anti-life; you should somehow not enjoy your life, instead you must suffer it in every possible way.

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Beautiful Me:

By Madhulika Gupta

Me at the beauty parlour. This time I emerged as an ‘eternal beauty’ in the true sense.

My tryst with cancer started at the beauty parlour, when over a massage a small lump was discovered in my breast. I brushed it off with a laugh. Nevertheless, the thought of the lump kept nagging me every now and then, and so, I went for a check-up a few days later.

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The Winter Veggies

By Dr Kasturi Desai

A few decades back we began to obtain fresh vegetables in Goa. Thanks to our improved transport system and all other connectivity, today Goan markets are flooded with fresh green vegetables.

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‘Trekking is my passion’

What made you take up trekking?

When I was in college, I was an athlete, who loved to go trekking. However, I did not get the opportunity to go trekking until 1977 when a team from Bombay University came down and conducted rock climbing activities.

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