By Frederick Noronha Our discussion veered to predictable lines soon enough. Corruption is such a serious issue here, he said. Things are okay for us. But what will happen to our children? Corruption is indeed real. It's something we encounter ... Navhind Times, 2 weeks ago
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By Frederick Noronha It was a small group that started meeting once each month. That was nearly a decade and a half ago, and our chosen day was the fourth Saturday of the month. The focus was on technology. Though my own ignorance of technology ...Navhind Times, 3 weeks ago
By Frederick Noronha We were riding on our two-wheelers across the Mandovi Bridge, when it struck. Without much warning, furious wind hit our face, taking us quite by surprise. But what the heck, this was the monsoons after all… or so we ...Navhind Times, 4 weeks ago
BY FREDERICK NORONHA You may not agree, but it can be a blessing to grow up as a rather ordinary child. In those times, post-1961 Goa was less of an elitist society, there were hardly any schools which wanabe achievers flocked to, and society ...Navhind Times, 1 month ago
By Frederick Noronha For most in today's generation, radio is the poor cousin of television, and definitely not in the least comparable with the social media. Yet, one generation ago, the radio was the one-stop-shop from where we got almost all ...Navhind Times, 1 month ago
By Frederick Noronha In the village there was a lot of excitement in the past week. A grand new circle, footpaths done up and multi-crore road widening. In came a fountain, out went some shady trees. Development always comes at a price, as we are ...Navhind Times, 1 month ago
By Frederick Noronha Goa is often portrayed as a caring, trusting, inclusive and helpful society. But scratch beneath the surface, and quite another reality jostles for its space too. Exclusivism Goan-style hurts, not just because it affects so ...Navhind Times, 1 month ago
By Frederick Noronha Being a journalist can sometimes be depressing. There's just so much bad news around! To be fair, it can be even more depressing for the newspaper reader. Every morning, you wake up to all that is perverse, negative and ...Navhind Times, 2 months ago
By Frederick Noronha Panaji, May 12 (INS): Sameer Khan's fictionalised story might seem to run parallel to that of the big Bollywood star currently in the news, but this novel was actually born in the mind of Mumbai-born, New Zealand-based ...Daijiworldcom, 1 month ago
J S D'Souza With the commemoration of the 101st birth anniversary of the late Reginald Fernandes - a novelist, musician, lyricist and playwright par excellence - 'Siolkars' lived up to their distinct reputation of honouring the village's greats. ...Times of India, 2 weeks ago
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