PANJIM: Pioneer Western Dance Academy of Vasco, ‘Simply Ballroom’ organised a programme of music and dance ‘Remembering Michael Jackson’ on Thursday at the MPT Sayantara Auditorium, Sada, Vasco-Da-Gama, to a packed audience.Read More »
Would you believe that a tiny match box could be used as a camera to click pictures? Yes, it is true, and it is called a pinhole camera - a camera without a lens. After digital photography the boom, there are now new avenues coming up in photography.
BICHOLIM: The five-day long ‘zatra’ of Shri Lairai of Shirigaon, Bicholim - one of the main ‘zatra’ of Goa - concluded on April 23.
By Odette and Joe Mascarenhas
Uzbek, Sushi and Mediterranean…food from that particular region. Yes, little is known about this colourful restaurant on the beach at Ashvem where the warmth of the couple running it, Roz and Joy embraces the guests.
Celebrating the annual day of the faculty of music and dance of Kala Academy recently, the chief guest on the occasion Ms Vijayadevi Rane honoured the successful students of the three year course with certificates at various stages of dance, vocal and instrumentalist.
Kala Academy, Panaji is hosting a musical programme on April 24 at 4 p.m. to pay homage to Nirmala Pai Kakode–the eminent harmonium player.
BY ARTI DAS | NT NETWORK
Treating patients who are unable to express their pain in human language is tough for the veterinarians. The job requires immense patience, understanding and, most importantly, a love for animals.
PANAJI: The Chapel of Our Lady of Merces, situated in Vaddem, Vasco da Gama, built in 1732, which is one of the oldest chapel in Mormugao, has now been renovated and extended.Read More »
‘Vaskuchim Lharam’ a Konkani audio CD album produced by Rev Fr Jose Antonio Da Costa, parish priest of St Andrew’s Church-Vasco will be released at the hands of Mr Tomazinho Cardozo, president, Tiatr Academy of Goa, on April 25, at 10.30 a.m. at the church hall.Read More »
Two books were recently released at the hands of the Chief Minister, Mr Digambar Kamat–the first titled ‘Tolstoy’ written by prestigious Jnanpith recipient, Mr Ravidra Kelekar and the other written on Ravindrabab Kelekar by Mr Dilip Borkar which is translated in English by Dr Kiran Budkuley titled ‘Shreyarthee’ (Devotee of the Desirable).