Sunday , 16 December 2018


Love Decoded

By Marilia Priyanka Fernandes

Our search for love begins sometime in adolescence and ends for many during young adulthood. In our culture it means that our search ends in marriage.

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The Palace of a 1000 Doors

By Anthony Kuriakose

Situated in a one hundred acre park, the Hazar Duari or the one thousand door palace of the Nawabs of Murshidabad is in the limelight, on account of its being a treasure trove of valuable historical exhibits.

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Goa’s Blind Men and the Elephant Called IFFI

By Laxmikant Shetgaonkar


There is a famous story about three blind men who were interpreting an elephant. All of them had never seen one and thus came up with different versions of what an elephant was like. Few years ago, a similar thing happened in Goa, the only difference being the elephant - IFFI.

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Rocambolesque Tales from Goan Politics

By Mário Cabral e Sá

A few days back, Anant (Babu) Naik was remembered in Goa. Those of us who have been in this world for many years, many of them pleasant and a few of them sadly not, could not have forgotten the Babu -Diggu equation when they saw the picture of Chief Minister, Mr Digambar Kamat paying his tribute to Babu Naik.

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