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Relish in the Pan- Indian flavours of Kebab in Waterfront Terrace & Bar at The Marriott.

By Goa Streets | 16/06/2017
The English word kebab comes from the Persian (kabāb) according to Sevan Nişanyan, an etymologist of the Turkish languag

“Don’t Mean a Thing If it Ain’t Got That…….

By Goa Streets | 16/06/2017
We draw inspiration from the era of 1920's in America that shaped the bar industry and created trends for restaurants that

Monsoon Tourism

By Goa Streets | 05/06/2017
Who said there’s an off-season in Goa? It can be argued that there’s no better time to be in Goa than the monsoons, t

A Reverie on a Global Platform

By Goa Streets | 12/05/2017
This power couple designed a menu inspired by their journey around the world,

“Mute Spectators of Democracy” Talk By Stalin K. By Goa Streets | 12/05/2017

MOG Sundays presents a talk by Stalin K,

IFW CURTAIN RAISER SEASON 2 HELD IN STYLE AT MALL DE GOA By Goa Streets |

IFW Season 2 Goa commenced on the 7th of May 2017 at Mall De Goa, Porvorim at 8.30pm .

Alliance Française Panjim and Museum of Goa present French Acrobatic Circus and Kalaripayattu fusion By Goa Streets | 27/04/2017

Alliance Française Panjim wants to promote meetings between French and Indian artists.

MOG Sundays: Join us for ‘The Blue Rupee’, a talk by autism specialist Stewart Burton this Sunday, April 30th, 2017 at 11:00 am. By Goa Streets |

A specialist in sensory and environmental manipulation for people with autism

Frederick Noronha: Guardian of Goan Writers By Eugen Hanley and Hilary Lapedis | 13/04/2017

Publisher, Journalist And Cyber Junkie Makes Writers’ Dreams Come True

MOG Sundays presents a talk by Victor Rangel-Ribeiro By Goa Streets |

MOG Sundays presents a talk by Victor Rangel-Ribeiro author of the award-winning novel Tivolem.
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