The Corner

Victor Rangel-Ribeiro: To The Victor The Spoils

By Eugen Hanley and Hilary Lapedis | 23/11/2017
If there is one person who’s the undisputed father of culture in Goa, it is Victor Rangel-Ribeiro.

Diviya Kapur: Fully Booked

By Eugen Hanley and Hilary Lapedis | 22/11/2017
Transforming Arts & Literary Scene of Goa

Greeting Cards Now In Konkani !

By Goa Streets | 22/08/2017
Cards for occasions ranging from Birthdays, Wedding Anniversaries to festivals like Diwali and Christmas are available.

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 th

MOG Sundays presents a talk by Victor Rangel-Ribeiro By Goa Streets | 13/04/2017

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

Park Hyatt Goa Resort And Spa Presents The Sixth Edition Of Cashew Trail By Goa Streets | 11/04/2017

The annual festival that celebrates the fruit of Goa through enriching experiences.

Nelson set to make history at international Brave Combat Fight By Goa Streets | 30/03/2017

Nelson Paes, Goa’s top mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter is all set to make India proud at the first ever Brave Combat

UMOJA Introduces ‘#BeachFest 2017’ By Goa Streets | 27/03/2017

India’s First Truly Wheelchair Accessible Beach Festival

Clinton Vaz: Let’s Talk Trash! By Eugen Hanley and Hilary Lapedis | 24/03/2017

Waste Warrior Fights For A Cleaner, Greener Goa
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