Lhendup G Bhutia

They were Mumbai policemen with a licence to kill. Now they want to be politicians

Headphone Parties

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

It’s Alright Na, I’m Only Choking

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

He Conquered, She Feeds

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

It’s Not Always Better in Goa

And certainly not in the arena of politics. However, with Remo Fernandes crooning to get Goans out to vote, the state’s poll scene is far from dull

The Kindness Campaign

This election campaign in Goa is different

Tourism Is Now an Election Issue

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

The Sting Operator Who Gave Up Anonymity

The multiple exploits of Nagvenkar, the journalist who exposed Goa’s paid news racket, pulled off a prank by planting a fake Nazi story in several well-read dailies, and has held up a mirror to the media in other ways

Come, Visit Me in Goa

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

How Goa Became Livable

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


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