admin on November 1st, 2013

In my beauty bag: Bernadette Soares PETER MEECHAM/Fairfax NZ Bernadette Soares is passionate about beauty and has her definite favourite brands (if Pantene made our hair look like hers, we’d use it too). Bernadette Soares, 45, is a mother of three who came to New Zealand from Mumbai, India when she was 21. She launched […]

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admin on November 1st, 2013

Goa and the Pain of Alcoholism by Goa Streets 31/10/2013   Drinking during the day at a local bar   Often the ladies pay the biggest price Maria works as a maid in North Goa, staying at her sister’s place in Saligao with her teenage daughter while her unemployed husband stays back in Margao. Maria heads back home every […]

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admin on October 29th, 2013

The process of decolonization in Goa and East Timor Published on October 27, 2013 During the age of European imperial expansion, which began at the end of the 15th century, the Portuguese and Spanish kingdoms were first off the mark. While the Spanish headed west, with Columbus landing in the Americas, the Portuguese, attracted by […]

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admin on October 25th, 2013

Here goes the recipe of Prawn Balchao. Check it out and do give it a try. Serves: 3 Preparation time: 20 minutes Cooking time: 20 minutes Ingredients Prawns- 500gms (medium sized) Onions- 4 (finely chopped) Ginger- 1 inch piece (sliced) Garlic- 6 pods (finely chopped) Curry leaves- 8-10 Salt- as per taste Oil- 2tbsp For […]

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For him, the game of football spanned two continents and two countries. He played on two soils – that of Tanzania and that of India. Domnic Soares was a name well-known in the world of football, in part for being the ‘D’ of the deadly forward-line quartet ABCD of the Vasco Sports Club in the […]

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admin on September 28th, 2013

The Power of Attitude I grew up in Trenton, a west Tennessee town of five thousand people. I have wonderful memories of those first eighteen years, and many people in Trenton influenced my life in very positive ways. My football coach, Walter Kilzer, taught me the importance of hard work, discipline, and believing in myself. […]

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admin on September 28th, 2013

View the photos of theKaraoke Fish Curry Night 6 September 2013 in Sydney by clicking here 36th Anniversary Celebrations of the GOA NSW GOA wins the inaugural GoAraia Cricket Cup GOA WHIST AND BINGO 2013 View the photos of theGOA NSW Whist and Bingo Social April 2013 in Sydney by clicking here GOA KARAOKE AND […]

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Gulf based Goans are evincing a renewed interest in the possibility of obtaining a Portuguese passport, over half a century after the European colonial power sailed out of Mormugao port in the only war where one shot was fired. Legend has it that even that artillery shell tanked.  Anyway, the new craze was sparked in […]

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admin on September 28th, 2013

Reaching new heights 24/Sep/2013 Susanne Reilly, Southern Gazette Comments: Sanjay Gonsalves will trek to the base of Mt Everest. Sanjay Gonsalves will trek to the base of Mt Everest. AS a child, Karawara’s Sanjay Gonsalves dreamt of climbing Mt Everest. But as the years rolled on, he lowered his sights to just catching a glimpse […]

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admin on May 1st, 2013

Salutations – POPE FRANCIS Born on 17th December, 1936, In Buenos Aires of Italian decent, Was ordained in 1969, Rose from priest, bishop, cardinal, And finally a Pope. Years of studies , training and experience Didn’t give up, his learning All this didn’t happen, By the touch of a magic wand. You over came all […]

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