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WHO aims to have ‘world free of leprosy’ by 2020

Leprosy is touchable, treatable and curable, say Health experts. More

Executive capture of legislative tools

Recently a national daily reported that the government may take the ordinance route to cancel the unreturned currency. More

Goan fire sale

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Cash, religious institutions and the lives of ordinary people

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Women in informal sector: Need for visibility and audibility

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Diaspora political vortex

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Govt takes a beating on various projects

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Sermon, on the Mound!

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When Malaysia looks like India and vice-versa

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Voting in Goa, Hobson's choice?

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When should we celebrate Goa?

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Musings on Olfact and Single Malt

“Sommeliers” or wine connoisseurs are persons specialised in recognising and differentiating between the best brands of alcohol. More



Probe ‘insider’ role in terror attacks

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Needed a secular balance

The editorial ‘Cutting the flab should be the priority of the next Government’ (Herald, 24 November) is much appreciated, and, the recipe suggested is the only way to save Goa from sinking deep into Public Debts to the detriment of Goa's posterity. More

We are the World

After the cold war ended, the Berlin Wall came down and Euro zone was created with a new currency the Euro, humanity was progressing in the right direction. Enemies becoming friends and coming together, More



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