By Antonio V Franscisco Fernandes We are in the middle of the monsoons; from the time of eagerly waiting for the rains to the time of wanting a little sunshine. And soon we will be looking for the rains to fade away so that we can have our seasons in the sun.
By Malay Desai In the India of the 90s, as telecom connectivity spread, numerous phone booths sprung across cities. Prominent among these were those run by disabled people, particularly blind, formed by state governments and non-profits.
Formally, it was on August 11, 1981 that eight women with eighty rupees, two jharus, one notebook and a fly-swatter (not to mention, the strength of their convictions) got together to start Saheli. But from the very beginning, Saheli has belonged to countless women,
By Rupesh N Mahale We have an option to choose and eat clean food but the car engine does not have any option, it can only use the fuel inside the fuel tank. As we all know fuel is the only food for every engine, clean and pure fuel will always keep the engine healthy. It will give better performance in fact, very close or sometime exact results as per the engine specification.
By Nandkumar M Kamat With a metallurgist as the Chief Minister of Goa, the question is whether the best global public funded geochemical database practices would be followed in acquiring detail, geochemical information on what is actually available in the auriferous laterites in Goa?
By Derek Almeida The stunning victory of Spain in the Euro Cup finals has forced us to look within and ask: When will we play like Spain? Trust me; you don’t want to hear the answer to that question. In the FIFA rankings table we are on page six at No 163. That’s the bad news.