Friday , 26 April 2019


Mum’s Soul Food

By Mini Ribeiro
I am a great fan of my mother’s cooking and miss her dearly. Although she used to praise my culinary skills, I think she was the greatest. Her keema mutter and kadhi chawal, rajma chawal, were to die for.

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A Goan Re ‘treat’

By Joe Mascarenhas
With most fine dine restaurants closing shop; it is time to check out some good local cuisine. Not many people have heard of this place except perhaps the diehard foodies of Vasco.

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The Lure of Luxe

By Meher Castelino
Indian fashion and luxury are synonymous with each other and when one talks of luxury it points to bridal wear, which Indian designers are masters at creating.

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Marangel Part 2

By Chandrakant Keni | Translated by Augusto Pinto
[The story so far: A person comes to the narrator’s office saying one Maria Angelica has come to meet him. He goes down to meet her as apparently she is not in a position to climb the stairs.

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Partners in Healing

By Elizabeth Abraham
We all know of the dogs who work actively to serve us -- those who help in law enforcement, those who find victims after a disaster, or those who assist people with disabilities.

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‘My day lasts for 36 hours’

Urmimala Banerjee
When we finally managed to catch up with Gulzar at the launch of his new music album with vocalist Bhupinder Singh, the 78-year-old veteran poet-lyricist-director was busy shooing off media persons who were requesting for one-on-ones.

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