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Goa positives

Frederick Noronha Not long back, I was reading this work which was written almost six decades ago, by a lady who was obviously a very young student then. Olga Esther Baptista-Valladares made me open my eyes to how simple innovations in a ... Navhind Times, 3 days ago

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Navhind Times

Pressures in the field

Frederick Noronha So, could the coconut tree become to Goa what cake was to Marie Antoinette's France? Social media being what it is, any government in power should now expect to have its stands scrutinised, pilloried and even unfairly quartered in ...
 Navhind Times1 week ago Why has Goa decided the coconut palm is no longer a tree?  BBC1 week ago

Friends we have yet to meet

Frederick Noronha Over the past few days, I had the chance to run into a group of Brazilians visiting Goa. No, not the footballers whom we have come to know, watch and (mostly) admire. These were a group of academics who have been working on a ...
 Navhind Times2 weeks ago

In search of the story

Frederick Noronha This is the story of a story; or rather, of stories which most of us had forgotten ever existed. The knight who rescued these creative texts is a young professor in Leeds, UK, who spent long hours to track down the stories ...
 Navhind Times1 month ago

English's role

By Frederick Noronha Last week, this column looked at the politics of literary festivals in Goa, and the Goa Arts and Lit Fest, GALF. A reader however was upset by some of the comments made about the role of the diverse languages (particularly ...
 Navhind Times1 month ago Tracing the literary roots of Goa  Navhind Times3 weeks ago

A room of our own?

Frederick Noronha Ruskin Bond recently commented on a paradox from today's India: all over the country, bookshops are closing down. And all over lit fests are springing up. There's another paradox here too: everyone claims to be doing so much for ...
 Navhind Times1 month ago

Conservative campaigns

Frederick Noronha If you were a student in the 1970s of 1980s, then India, and Goa as well, was a place full of turmoil, challenges, and tension. Famines, radical politics and trying times were the order of the day. This affected the students of ...
 Navhind Times2 months ago
The Hindu

The weather vane

Despite environmental disasters ranging from the Nepal quake to the Telangana heat wave and the Chennai floods, it was also one heck of a year in saving-the-world news. The Nepal quake, the Chennai floods, the heat wave in north India, pollution ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Nivedita D and Saylee Kuncolienker win Daring Debates Goa

Goa University hosted Daring Debates with the aim of bringing together students from different strata in the discourse of civil society, and create space for meaningful discussions. In its first edition, Daring Debates successfully triggered an ...
 Navhind Times1 month ago
Mumbai Mirror

Surviving the war

Yvonne Vaz Ezdani (Right) and her book New Songs of the Survivors: The Exodus of Indians From Burma A look at the repercussions of the Japanese-Burma war of the 1940s and the Indians who returned. Talking about her book New Songs of the ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 month ago
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