Through the lens

By Charlane Pereira | 30/05/2013
Photography is easy. Good photography is not. It requires talent and skilled expertise to catch moments in their natural p

Goa’s Vanishing Villages

By Jose Lourenco | 23/05/2013
If population statistics and analyses by professionals working in the Census department are to be believed, click Goa coul

Goa: Land of Fancy Bridges

By Jonathan Rodrigues | 23/05/2013
If Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar has his way, cheap Goa could soon come to be known as ‘bridge country’ foregoing it

The Green fingers of Father Inacio Almeida

By Pedro Menezes | 23/05/2013
In the eastern corner of Goa, < in the taluka of Sattari, abortion lies a piece of paradise.  An old fashioned gate made

E-learning rocks, dude! By Charlane Pereira | 23/05/2013

Welcome to the new age of e-learning in Goa. And say goodbye to the traditional blackboard method. Summary notes on the

Scam Ads and Con Jobs By Goa Streets |

Hope they say springs eternal. We all hope – sometimes against hope – that we’ll soon start making a lot of money

Jaadumantar By Pedro Menezes | 16/05/2013

Traditional healing (or cursing) practices in Goa Believe it or not, a big-time builder-financier from Panjim who normal

Trawlers Strike, fish prices soar By siteadmin | 31/01/2013

NEWSWRAP Trawlers Strike, treatment fish prices soar Buying fish for the rice plate just got more difficult in Goa, as a

Aliens Goa: Hollywood’s Next Hit By Mayabhushan Nagvenkar | 10/01/2013

Goa’s alien MLAs will be the subject of a James Cameron film, seek a sequel of his 1986 film ‘Aliens’. The film ha

The Mining Dilemma By Goencho Pao | 15/11/2012

Consider these equations: Mining = Bad Environment Mining Ban = Bad Economy Bad Environment = Bad Economy Goa is facing
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