Wednesday , 12 December 2018


Politics Goa Style

By Mário Cabral e Sá

Six months from the day I am filing this column (19/06) it will be fifty years since the Portuguese were ousted from Goa, Daman and Diu by the Indian armed forces, liberated politically speaking, conquered in reality, and as settled, once and for all,

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Dhempe College Foundation Day

By Prajal Sakhardande

he Portuguese left Goan shores in December 1961. Save the Escola Medica, the colonists left no legacy of higher degree education. Hence, the onus of founding a degree college in the Humanities and Sciences fell upon Goans.

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Passive Aggression

By Marilia Priyanka Fernandes

he workplace is made up of various kinds of people. Some are nice, others are nasty. There are a few more who don’t do anything in particular but still rub us the wrong way. In fact, it’s precisely because they don’t do anything that really gets to us.

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Beating Stress

By Dr Kasturi Desai

n the present day world, all of us right from a newborn child to the eldest member of the family experience certain amount of stress. A mother is all tensed hoping for the safe delivery of the baby. Once the baby is born, both the parents are worried about the infections around.

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A Holiday Haven

By Meher Castelino

he rise of the mercury in summer pushes people up to the hills and one of the most popular towns is Ootacumand or Udhagamandalam, Queen of the Nilgiris where the maximum temperature in May could be a salubrious 19 degrees Celsius in the morning and a delightfully cold 12 degrees Celsius in the night while the plains melt in the heat.

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Science at Goa University

By Dr Nandkumar Kamat

his article is dedicated to the vision and mission of the Vice Chancellor of Goa University, Prof Dilip Deobagkar who completes three years as Vice Chancellor. Under his leadership, science at Goa University is flourishing. Physics, electronics, earth sciences, chemistry, botany, zoology, marine sciences, biotechnology and microbiology -all are doing well in teaching and research.

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Mercy Petitions

By Joginder Singh
When I was in service I wanted some orders on an important file, which at least appeared important to me. I had a very good pleasant and hospitable boss, who believed more in gossiping, tossing papers up and down, and socialising rather than working.

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