The National Association for the Blind (NAB), Goa State branch will play host to the staging of a play on August 19 at the Dinanath Mangeshkhar Hall, Kala Academy, Panaji, at 7.30 p.m. as a fund raising event.Read More »
“Age is foolish and forgetful when it underestimates youth,” said author J K Rowling. Do we mistake the youth as being incapable and weak?Read More »
By Sushmita Malaviya
"When credits of a film roll, we see the names of those who made the film. They must feel very proud seeing their names. Today, women associated with Anna Community Radio (Anna CR) have a similar sense of accomplishment. We know we have the talent to make radio programmes just like famous filmmakers."
By Nitin Jugran Bahuguna
Rawain valley in the Uttarkashi district of the hilly state of Uttarakhand is one of the most backward areas in India, where women have always had a secondary status and where gender-based discrimination marks life, whether it is at the household or societal level.
By Parimala Menon
The colourful craft of bandhini has fast hit the higher reaches of international fashion. From Alexander McQueen and Giorgio Armani to common brands like Levi’s and Lee Cooper, western fashion aficionados have discovered the magic of resist dyeing and giving it a trendy twist.
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“After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.”
This Independence Day Slipdisc are geared to set musical spirits free with an amalgamation of ‘Battle of the Bands’, ‘Battle of the DJs’ and ‘The Battle of the Dance Floor’, an event that aims at providing a platform for musical expression.Read More »
David and the world of drama
By JP PEREIRA
David D’Costa from Colva hails from a family of dramatists. Most of his family members are into tiatr. He is the son of Placiano and Maria Santana D’Costa. Placiano was an amateur tiatrist writing, directing and presenting plays in Colva, his native village.Read More »
PANAJI: The female brings forth the next generations; they distribute love and affection first as daughters, and then as sisters, wives, mothers, aunts and grandmothers.Read More »
Bangalorebased CAUSE Foundation is coming up with Monty Python’s ‘Spamalot’ (a musical comedy) which is a rip off on the movie, ‘The Quest for the Holy Grail.’ It will be staged at Kala Academy on August 13Read More »