The prize distribution ceremony of the painting/drawing competition 2010-11 organised by the Kala Academy for children was held recently. The competitions were held in eight centres across Goa.Read More »
This Carnival, Curtorim and its surrounding villages will wake up to the sounds of drums and the traditional, regale alvarad music.
The people of Curtorim this year will be organising a people centric celebration which will promote Goan culture.
By Maria de Lourdes Bravo da Costa Rodrigues
The chapel of Our Lady of Victoria at the Palace of Maquinezes is wearing a festive look; the reason is the celebration of the feast of Our Lady of Victoria.
Video Volunteers is an organisation based in Baga, which brings out social issues through the audio visual media. ‘The Navhind Times’ delved deeper into their work and discovered that the face of the organisation was none other than the actor, Abhay DeolRead More »
By Perin Ilavia
Ruchika’s Art Gallery celebrated its fourth year of inception with a group show of twenty-nine Goan artists, which previewed recently. Paintings exploring abstracts and figurative portraiture, and semi abstractions in varying mediums, boldly crossed boundaries of art, creating compelling compositions and an amalgamation of older and younger genres of artists.
By Odette and Joe Mascarenhas
Why are India, Australia, New Zealand, Zimbabwe, South Africa, and Pakistan in the news today? Ok, no teasers….we all have that answer. It’s the world cup fever.
Dance truly exemplified the expression of joy when the tiny tots came on stage for the ‘Dance Wire 2011’ event organised recently by the Xtremers Dance Academy at the Kala Academy.Read More »
The 8th science fiesta, an interface of science and society, which forms a part of the National Science Day celebrations, is being held at the Goa Science Centre, Miramar.Read More »
Dr Savia Viegas, writer, artist and researcher from Carmona, actively involved in studying works of Goa’s long-forgotten artist, Angelo da Fonseca, in a candid chat with ‘The Navhind Times’ speaks about the artist, his work and why we need to celebrate himRead More »
By Ranjana Kakodkar
Sometime in the early 1990’s, a cool new tool burst on our tech radar. Its nascent avatar called “mosaic” morphed very logically into “Netscape” and then on, the internet mania took off like a super sonic jet.Read More »