admin on May 20th, 2012

Studying Goan migration… Down Under In today’s globalised world, distance seems to matter less than every before. Economic opportunity, access for jobs or cultural openness can make Sydney, Doha or Perth seem like a suburb of Mapusa or Margao. A book one recently received and called ‘Goenkars in Western Australia’ only further underlines such possibilities. […]

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admin on May 18th, 2012

1. That the only state in India having two official state languages is Goa with Konkani and Marathi. 2. That Goa is the smallest state of India having a national highway road span of only 120 km N to S and around 80 kms E to W. 3. That Goas’ official language, Konkani, is the […]

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Dear Mr. Colaco, I am writing to request the assistance of the Goan Overseas Association of NSW Inc in a research project called ‘Multiculturalism and Temporary Migration’, which is being conducted in the Department of Sociology at the University of Sydney. My name is Elsa Koleth and I am a PhD candidate in the Department, […]

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admin on May 6th, 2012

From: ” NRI office Goa” Date: 3 May 2012 4:46:03 PM AEST To: , , Cc: Subject: Directory on Goan Diaspora Dear Sir / Madam, I am pleased to inform you that the Govt. of Goa, Department of NRI Affairs has decided to bring out a Directory on Goan Diaspora. The idea is to include […]

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The Government of India, Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs (MOIA), is organizing their 20th edition of Know India Program (KIP) from April 25 to May 15, 2012, in which a group of 40 Indian Diaspora Youth aged 18-26 years would be participating and travelling across the country. These youngsters — from countries as diverse as […]

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