PANAJI: The Governor, Dr S S Sidhu, highlighted the fact that relations between India and Portugal were warm and cordial and that both countries had made concerted efforts to further step up the excellent ties and develop a multifaceted partnership.Read More »
By Dhanvanti Keshavrao
The monsoon does the maximum damage to our hair, as a result of the high humidity, especially for people with oily hair as the sweat on the scalp, makes it possible for dirt and pollutants to clog the hair. As a result, the hair loses its shine/bounce/body.
It’s a Nostalgic trip as one tastes food at the late legendary Fernando Costa’s place at Raia. This restaurant boasts of the ‘best kept secrets’ of Hindu and Christian Goan food.Read More »
The ASM Football Fiesta hosted by Aviation Services Management at Club Gaspar Dias, Miramar screened the opening concert of the FIFA World Cup live great kick off for the FIFA World Cup spirit.Read More »
On the occasion of Robert Schumann's birth bicentenary on June 8, celebrated the world over by music lovers, the Xavier Centre for Historical Research, Porvorim hosted a talk by Dr Luis Dias.Read More »
BY PURVI RADIA
The beautiful lush paddy fields covering large areas of the Pernem taluka never fail to catch the eye. The narrow paths and zigzag roads leading to the village of Pali through hospitable environs lead me to the house of Tilve, fondly known as Kaka Tilve.
By Pamela Philipose
The ministry of Women and Child Development recently presented a report entitled, ‘Gendering Human Development Indices: Recasting the Gender Development Index and Gender Empowerment Measure for Index’, which said that the Gender Empowerment Measure (GEM) for India that was 0.416 in 1996 had increased to 0.497 in 2006 and that as many as 14 states and Union Territories achieved GEM scores of above 0.485 in 2006.
An artist hailing from Portugal, this is Patricia Geraldes’ second visit to Goa. With the support of Sunapranta, Goa Centre for Arts, Altinho, Patricia availed of the opportunity to portray her skills once again in the bountiful state of art and culture, with a residential stay of eight months in Goa.
With the World Cup having just commenced, it was time to catch up with our own football greats of the past. One such player is Fatima Rodrigues e Gonsalves who played as a stopper from 1976 until 1980. She talks about her playing daysRead More »
By Odette and Joe Mascarenhas
Have you ever left a restaurant holding onto memories of a great experience? Well I had my hand clenched tight as the buggy moved us across the vast ‘greens’ of the Park Hyatt. We had just had an awesome meal at the Palms their beachside restaurant.