The Great Migration is one of the world’s greatest natural events. More than 20 lakh animals (15 lakh wildebeest, 500,000 gazelles, 200,000 zebras, and many other animals) go looking for fresh grass to graze on and water to drink.Read More »
you’ve ever bitten into a juicy strawberry or eaten a chocolate chip cookie, you’ve tasted the sweetness of sugar! You can find sugar in many different foods, from your favourite fruits to the desserts you enjoy. Special clusters of cells called taste buds help you experience sugar’s sweetness.Read More »
Winners of Women’s Day Quiz seen with Quiz Master AniruddhaSen Gupta and DrShailaDesouza, Incharge, Centre for Women’s Studies, Goa University.Read More »
Even though her father is an ex-national windsurfing champ, 13-year old Katya Coelho’s foray into the sport is fairly recent. “I was never interested in windsurfing even though my dad suggested it many a times.
With just a few weeks left for most examinations, we find ourselves bogged down. Parental expectations, peer pressure, hours of preparation and revision, along with assignments to be handed in, pressure to succeed on the day itself, and waiting for the results to come through can all combine to make us feel worried, stressed or even depressed.Read More »
In this day and age when we have a tendency to toss toys that are even slightly worn, it is tough to believe that there is a ‘hospital’ where dolls along with their accessories like prams, as well as, all kinds of beloved stuffed animals can be repaired and brought back to their original glory.Read More »
Ada Lovelace is seen by some as the world’s first computer programmer. Ada believed machines could do more than just math. With the help of Charles Babbage, she created the first mathematical formula for a computer. Ada Lovelace envisioned the world’s first computer 100 years before it was built.Read More »
Callie loves theatre. And while she would totally try out for her middle school’s production of Moon Over Mississippi, she’s a terrible singer. Instead she’s the set designer for the stage crew, and this year she’s determined to create a set worthy of Broadway on a middle-school budget.Read More »
The Garcia de Orta Park at Panjim was filled with the perfume of roses on Sunday, March 10, as the children of Mother Teresa’s Roses sang, danced, cheered and carved a place in the audience’s hearts.Read More »
As the last notes of the soulful music floated from the violin, I couldn’t help but asking for an encore. 14-year old Clint Fernandes duly obliged and I was treated to another beautiful rendition by him.