under Goa

The most striking thing about Thomas Keneally is how lightly he wears his genius. The author of the deadly serious and incredibly moving Schindler’s Ark (adapted by Steven Spielberg to screen as the multiple Oscar winning Schindler’s List) came out to Goa a few weeks ago. My friends Raj and Dipti Salgaocar hosted him at supper in Vasco. At drinks, under an autumnal sky of crystal clarity, a beautiful young lady invited him to dance. “Bollywood dancing,” she phrased it. He gamely agreed.0

19 Nov 2014 | BY Siddharth Dhanvant Shanghvi

How diehards found a way to dodge a party-pooping state government

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31 Jan 2013 | BY Chinki Sinha

…under a blanket of red dust in Goa’s mining belt

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30 Sep 2012 | BY Aimee Ginsburg

This 13th generation descendant of Vasco da Gama runs a restaurant in Goa

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19 Mar 2012 | BY Haima Deshpande

And certainly not in the arena of politics. However, the state’s poll scene is far from dull

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1 Mar 2012 | BY Haima Deshpande

This election campaign in Goa is different

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1 Mar 2012 | BY Aimee Ginsburg

A few candidates are taking up the resentment of local residents against backpackers seen as contributing little to the Goan economy

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23 Feb 2012 | BY Haima Deshpande

The multiple exploits of a journalist who has held up a mirror to the media in several ways

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27 Jan 2012 | BY Aimee Ginsburg

…and it will be just the escape we so urgently need, writes Aimee Ginsburg to a friend stubbornly unconvinced of its storied charms

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25 Nov 2011 | BY Aimee Ginsburg

A 2,000-year-old practice of reclaiming land from the sea still continues

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18 Jul 2011 | BY Pakhi Sengupta
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