A book that rings the alarm bells over how climate change politics spares the rich and responsible.
A book that rings the alarm bells over how the climate change politics spares the rich and responsible
Some media barons are working hand in glove with politicians to promote illegal mining in Goa. Hartman de Souza
Now that Indians can fly to South Africa to enjoy a multicultural, multilingual, multicoloured vacation, one can think of at least two good reasons why they should pick up a copy of Dominique Lapierre’s new book.
The game must be in the hands of former players of distinction and those who have expertise to offer, writes Hartman de Souza.
Goa is being raped by three men at the same time: tourism, mining and waste, writes Hartman de Souza.
Once Upon a Time in Aparanta captures the charm and follies, greed and grouses, colourful characters and peerless natural beauty of Goa, writes Hartman de Souza.
Hey, what man, just two days ago and all I read this novel, and what to tell you man, I kept it near my bed and twice more only I read it! Hartman de Souza tells more...
Like in Orissa, in Goa too, resistance against the mining lobby is gaining strength with every passing day, writes Hartman de Souza.