Thursday 25 July 2024

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Society | People

All religions are anti-women: Taslima

Taslima Nasreen does not think India is an intolerant country. READ

I'm trying to bridge language divide, including Goa: Ganesh Devi

Padma Shri Dr Ganesh Devy, literary critic, activist and one of the writers who returned their Sahitya Akademi Awards, is leaving Vadodara, his home of 36 years, to Dharwad in Karnataka. READ

With ‘Dandi’ spirit, rationalists now plan national convention in Goa in Nov

After successful ‘Dandi March’, India’s rationalist writers, artists and social activists have decided to have the next convention in Goa, probably in November this year. READ

Acting ‘British’, Guj Govt restrains writers from entering Dandi early morning

Dandi Yatra of writers, artists and social activists witnessed today the wrath of the BJP administration, which stopped a gathering of over 700 from entering the Dandi beach early morning to sing ‘Vaishnav Jan To ... READ

Goa’s Pt Tulshidas Borkar gets Padma Shree; Dhirubhai, Sri Sri Vibhushan

Goa’s veteran music maestro Pandit Tulshidas Borkar has been honoured by Government of India with Padma Shree this year, at the age of 81. READ

Veteran CPI leader A B Bardhan no more

Veteran Communist Party of India (CPI) leader AB Bardhan died at a private hospital in the capital on Saturday, a doctor said. READ

Industrialist Anil Salgaoncar passes away

Goa’s eminent industrialist and former MLA Anil Salgaoncar passed away today morning in Singapore. READ

Fr Bismarque death: DNA report finds no blood on the vest

The most-awaited DNA report regarding the death of Fr Bismarque Dias has finally arrived. The vest, suspected to be his, does not have blood stains. They are simple red marks. READ

Claude and Norma: Tireless activists, Environmentalists, Nature advocates

The roaring personalities of husband-wife duo Claude and Norma Alvares epitomise the best of India’s seemingly shrinking intelligentsia. READ

Diatom report also rules out Fr Bismarque’s murder

The report of the diatom test has once again ruled out the possibility of Fr Bismarque Dias being murdered, while reaching close to establish that he probably died due to drowning. READ