Sunday, December 6, 2020

Panorama

As the self-isolation period weighed down heavily on one’s mental health, taking to the visual arts has been nothing short of therapeutic...
PTI Mahashay Dharampal Gulati was 24 at the time of Partition and his family, which had a stable business...
Frederick Noronha Our family returned home from Brazil in the monsoon of 1966. Dad was homesick, the economy there...

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Beauty and Agelessness, The Vedic Way

By Anjana Rajguru
Yogi Ashwini’s latest book ‘Sanatan Kriya, The Ageless Dimension’ explains the process of ageing in the human body and critically examines this process. The book suggests remedies for arresting the ageing process and maintaining “that” youthful look till your last breath.

A Tale of Two Sisters

By Bernadette D’Souza
She tells Sheila that though she is not her real Mum, she loves her very much and during the war, her real Mum, who had come from a good Bengali family from Rangoon, had fled with her Dad to Calcutta and both had been wounded.

Using Geophagous Earthworms as Gold detectors

By Nandkumar M Kamat
We at Goa University now have the evidence that Geophagous (soil feeding) earthworms can concentrate microparticles and micronuggets of Gold from soil which lies atop auriferous (gold containing) rocks.

Goa: Prey of its own Paradise

BY ARTI DAS | NT NETWORK
Goa, a tiny dot on India’s map, is one of the few places in the world known for its cosmopolitan outlook. Many attribute this to tourism. This little state, bordered by the Western Ghats in the east and the sea coast on the west, exploded on the world map in the 1960s with the arrival of the hippies, who came in search of happiness, love and peace.

Definitely not colgate

By Karan Thapar
If you simplify and focus on the allegation of Congress corruption you could distort its findings. If you don’t, it’s probably too complicated to easily comprehend. I would say the key issue is why was there an eight-year delay in implementing the 2004 decision to auction coal.

Bridge over troubled waters

By Derek Almeida
St Estevam is a laidback island located not too deep in the interiors, far enough to discourage the average real estate player, but not the feisty ones with deep pockets.

Starting the fire

By Barkha Dutt
Social scientists have argued - with some optimism - that India may finally be entering a ‘Post-Riot’ phase of maturity in her evolution as a democracy.

Teachers’ Role in Today’s Education

by Tomazinho Cardozo
Teachers’ Day was celebrated on 5th of this month throughout India. On this occasion, in Goa too, teachers were praised and lauded for their contribution towards the development of our society.

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