India – Pakistan could renew rivalries over sorpotel

By Mayabhushan Nagvenkar | 15/11/2012
The India-Pakistan rivalry over Inter Continental Ballistic Missiles is old hat. The newest hot fight is over Sorpotel, th

Congress president finds cheerleading “more than just sexiness”

By Ashley do Rosario | 15/11/2012
If I were to strain my brain to think of a likely candidate to further the cause of cheerleading in India, at the very bot

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 a

Next stop Mars for Barack Obama

By Mayabhushan Nagvenkar | 15/11/2012
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration is ecstatic about President Barack Obama’s re-election in this month

Republic of Goa By Ashley do Rosario | 15/11/2012

They come for many reasons. To chase a dream. To escape a nightmare. To breathe clean air, or live near the sea. To mak


If you are a young, talented athlete, you might not want to not read further. Because for Pratima Gaonkar, it wasn’

Anatomy of a police blunder: Ex-cop speaks out on how his men screwed up By Ashley do Rosario |

Imagine you’re a police chief and you and your men have secretly surrounded the hideout of a dreaded fugitive. Now im

News Wrap By Goa Streets |

Jellyfish sabotaging your fish curry Fish for your curry and the frying pan could come at a premium this season, ed with

Mining: Decoding the Quiet By Ashley do Rosario |

Silence hangs heavy over the otherwise boisterous mining belt in Goa’s hinterland. The incessant loud whir of heavy e

‘King Crab’ and a commoner By Anzil Fernandes |

Going to a restaurant for lunch has never put me on the edge like it has now, order as I stand under the wooden archway
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