admin on January 26th, 2012

Migrants to share stories BY TAMARA GASSER 25 Jan, 2012 08:40 AM IF YOU migrated to Australia in recent decades and still live or work in the Hurstville municipality, then now is the time to share your story. Hurstville City Library, Museum and Gallery and the Powerhouse Museum’s NSW Migration Heritage Centre are calling for […]

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admin on January 24th, 2012

G.O.A.-NSW GOLF CLUB The 2011 Golf Annual Day Luncheon was held on Sunday 22nd January 2012 at Mother India Restaurant, Middle Dural, NSW to award the winners of the 2011 Golf season. This was the 24th year of operation of the Golf wing. The event was well attended by all the Golfers, GOA members and […]

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admin on January 17th, 2012

During the night of November 26, 1938, Quiteria Costa from Aldona, in Goa, was hemorrhaging badly at Medical College Hospital, in what is now the state capital Panjim. Although she was only seven months pregnant, the surgeon treating her decided on performing a caesarian section the next day even though he believed the mother and […]

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Yudhvir Rana, TNN | Jan 16, 2012, 02.55PM IST AMRITSAR: A large number of Indians residing in UK , Canada and US are now fast moving towards kitchen medicines to cure lifestyle diseases and are seeking expert opinion for various ailments including diabetes, hypertension, mood and eating disorders, mental illness largely caused due to work […]

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admin on January 16th, 2012

By: Saurabh Katkurwar Date: 2012-01-15 Place: Mumbai The Agriculture Produce Market Committee (APMC) market received its first yield of Alphonso mangoes last week. Each carton was sold for a whopping Rs 10,000 each — 10 times the price a carton fetches in peak season (March to June). Sakharam Pansare, a trader at APMC market said, […]

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By ANGHARAD LLEWELLYN IT’S a long way to go in search of Indian grub. But I’ve flown to Goa with 15 mates to indulge in a week-long curry-a-thon as part of a surprise celebration for a friend’s 30th birthday. He thought he was just going with his wife — it’s fair to say bumping into […]

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admin on January 12th, 2012

Geetika Jain, Hindustan Times New Delhi, January 10, 2012 In Delhi, it is a relief to drive at a good pace in the night because the roads are deliciously empty. In North Goa, during the run up to the New Year, it is just the opposite. Partygoers cram the streets all night, and driving during […]

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admin on January 12th, 2012

Oheraldo by Federick Norohna December and January are the months when expats visit Goa, and this gives us time to rethink Goa’s equation with its diaspora. At one level, the expats are crucial to our society – even if only in selfish economic terms. Their remittances have been largely uncounted and not even adequately estimated. […]

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admin on January 12th, 2012

PANAJI: Fr Bismarque Dias is set to become the first Goan priest to contest the Goa legislative assembly elections slated for March 2012 as an independent from Cumbarjua constituency backed by the Zagrut Goenkarancho Ekvott (ZGE). Dias’ candidature was announced at a press conference on Tuesday by ZGE, a collective of various Goan social organizations […]

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Bangalore: Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) have started taking keen interest in the real estate sector back home following significant appreciation of the dollar vis-a-vis the rupee, a top official of housing finance company said today. “NRIs have started taking keen interest due to the appreciation of the dollar. They have started converting the dollar into rupee”, […]

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