Monday , 25 March 2019


And all that ‘Spool’…

By Nolan Mascarenhas
Ok. I admit it. I enjoy watching Grey’s Anatomy. In fact, quite religiously. You must be thinking what a sap for romantic dramas, the highs and lows of the love affair between Dr Grey and Shepard, but contrary to popular belief I enjoy the terminologies and acronyms used by the medical fraternity on the show.

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July Gardening

Noeline Mendonsa
It is after a couple of years that we are actually witnessing the July rainfall. Not really the kind with thunder and continuous very heavy showers that my mother- in-law always spoke about, but definitely a heavier version of what we saw in the last 2 to 3 years.

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He’s Fast, They are Furious

It’s a simple premise really, thus making it so amazing. “Turbo” is the heart warming story of a talking snail who’s obsessed with IndyCar racing, dreams of being the greatest racer in the world, just like his hero, 5-time Indianapolis 500 champ, Guy Gagne.

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Singing in the rain

By Sachin Chatte
Along with the lush green fields, the sound of raindrops hitting on the roof, a hot cup of tea not to mention croaking frogs and damp clothes, the rains have also influenced music.

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A Touch of Glass

By Mini Ribeiro
Not many of us are aware (me included) that glasses play an important role in the enjoyment of the real taste of a wine. Until recently, a red or a white or a sparkling tasted just as good in any glass that I was served in.
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Sangodd: Faith, Fun and Tradition

By Maria de Lourdes Bravo da Costa Rodrigues
St Peter, the patron of fishermen, was one of the apostles of Jesus and a fisherman himself. Prior to His arrest, Jesus had predicted that Peter would deny him three times when he would be asked by the Romans if he knew Jesus.
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Doggy fun for those rainy days

By Elizabeth Abraham
The monsoons are here and they are going to stay for a while. Cold, grey, gloomy days of rain falling down. I’m not a big fan of the monsoons and I suspect I might have spread that dislike to my dogs as well.
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A Favour Part 2

By Maya A Kharangate
In a flash Shila was back in Amona. Shila’s grandfather was a big bhatkar there. It was an old practice of the family to employ a teacher, a Master, to teach the children of the house, as well as those of his extended family and fellow caste-men. But the children of the village had no school.
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