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UK's Konkani tiatr... World War II ... on Goanet Cybermatrimonials (Cornel DaCosta's review of Goanet on www.goanvoice-org.uk)
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Goanet Reader
2006-10-19 17:59:35 UTC
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RECENT ITEMS OF PARTICULAR INTEREST ON GOANET. BY CORNEL DACOSTA
(Cornel DaCosta's review of Goanet on http://www.goanvoice-org.uk)

Do read Basilio Magno's fascinating account of UK's Konkani Tiatr in
Germany. The tiatr SUKH written by Luis D'Souza was directed by Bella
Fernandes, the first Goan woman to direct a Konkani tiatr in London
and where Konkani plays are produced under the auspices of the Goan
Cultural Society, presided by Gregg Carvalho. For a further account of
Tiatro and Tiatrists, please also note A. Veronica Fernandes' detailed
historical account on Goanet.

Interesting historical Goan experiences of events during World War 2
have been featured recently on Goanet. They indicate how sometimes a
simple inquiry can lead to many fascinating details and stories set in
many faraway places. Once again Goan Voice (UK) readers are encouraged
to make their contributions in this and other fields on Goanet.

Are dynastic political developments in democracies like India and the
USA advantageous towards promoting political stability? An absorbing
discussion on this, and the possibility of dynastic developments in
Goa, have provided serious as well as entertaining commentary
recently.

Goanet Cybermatrimonials are a regular feature on Goanet. However,
some recent feedback has expressed a little scepticism about whether
the adverts are real or sometimes imaginary because of some non
response to inquiries. Would GV (UK) readers think it is possible that
the adverts have been outstandingly successful and individuals have
been spoken for very quickly after the adverts? If so, please let
Goanet know. But even if this were so, we surely would agree that, all
replies to inquiries would be appreciated and would help further to
support this very worthwhile volunteer venture on Goanet.

Finally, with reference to Claude Alvares we are told of his preface
to a book in 2000 -- Dharampal: Indian Science and Technology in the
18th Century. In many ways, the material from the book seems really
original in thought. Among many things, it tells us about " how
Britain went pulverising the Indian economy" because in many respects
it was so far ahead of Britain at the time and also how and why the
decision was taken by Britain not to people India with British and
European settlers compared to other parts of the British Empire. This
is indeed a long and weight article about the book, full of wonderful
nuggets of information well worth reading for so many wonderful
insights.

More details can be found at the Goanet archives at
http://lists.goanet.org/pipermail/goanet-goanet.org/ Or to subscribe
to Goanet, send an email to subscribe at goanet.org
Goanet Reader
2006-10-19 20:00:29 UTC
Permalink
RECENT ITEMS OF PARTICULAR INTEREST ON GOANET. BY CORNEL DACOSTA
(Cornel DaCosta's review of Goanet on http://www.goanvoice-org.uk)

Do read Basilio Magno's fascinating account of UK's Konkani Tiatr in
Germany. The tiatr SUKH written by Luis D'Souza was directed by Bella
Fernandes, the first Goan woman to direct a Konkani tiatr in London
and where Konkani plays are produced under the auspices of the Goan
Cultural Society, presided by Gregg Carvalho. For a further account of
Tiatro and Tiatrists, please also note A. Veronica Fernandes' detailed
historical account on Goanet.

Interesting historical Goan experiences of events during World War 2
have been featured recently on Goanet. They indicate how sometimes a
simple inquiry can lead to many fascinating details and stories set in
many faraway places. Once again Goan Voice (UK) readers are encouraged
to make their contributions in this and other fields on Goanet.

Are dynastic political developments in democracies like India and the
USA advantageous towards promoting political stability? An absorbing
discussion on this, and the possibility of dynastic developments in
Goa, have provided serious as well as entertaining commentary
recently.

Goanet Cybermatrimonials are a regular feature on Goanet. However,
some recent feedback has expressed a little scepticism about whether
the adverts are real or sometimes imaginary because of some non
response to inquiries. Would GV (UK) readers think it is possible that
the adverts have been outstandingly successful and individuals have
been spoken for very quickly after the adverts? If so, please let
Goanet know. But even if this were so, we surely would agree that, all
replies to inquiries would be appreciated and would help further to
support this very worthwhile volunteer venture on Goanet.

Finally, with reference to Claude Alvares we are told of his preface
to a book in 2000 -- Dharampal: Indian Science and Technology in the
18th Century. In many ways, the material from the book seems really
original in thought. Among many things, it tells us about " how
Britain went pulverising the Indian economy" because in many respects
it was so far ahead of Britain at the time and also how and why the
decision was taken by Britain not to people India with British and
European settlers compared to other parts of the British Empire. This
is indeed a long and weight article about the book, full of wonderful
nuggets of information well worth reading for so many wonderful
insights.

More details can be found at the Goanet archives at
http://lists.goanet.org/pipermail/goanet-goanet.org/ Or to subscribe
to Goanet, send an email to subscribe at goanet.org
Goanet Reader
2006-10-19 17:59:35 UTC
Permalink
RECENT ITEMS OF PARTICULAR INTEREST ON GOANET. BY CORNEL DACOSTA
(Cornel DaCosta's review of Goanet on http://www.goanvoice-org.uk)

Do read Basilio Magno's fascinating account of UK's Konkani Tiatr in
Germany. The tiatr SUKH written by Luis D'Souza was directed by Bella
Fernandes, the first Goan woman to direct a Konkani tiatr in London
and where Konkani plays are produced under the auspices of the Goan
Cultural Society, presided by Gregg Carvalho. For a further account of
Tiatro and Tiatrists, please also note A. Veronica Fernandes' detailed
historical account on Goanet.

Interesting historical Goan experiences of events during World War 2
have been featured recently on Goanet. They indicate how sometimes a
simple inquiry can lead to many fascinating details and stories set in
many faraway places. Once again Goan Voice (UK) readers are encouraged
to make their contributions in this and other fields on Goanet.

Are dynastic political developments in democracies like India and the
USA advantageous towards promoting political stability? An absorbing
discussion on this, and the possibility of dynastic developments in
Goa, have provided serious as well as entertaining commentary
recently.

Goanet Cybermatrimonials are a regular feature on Goanet. However,
some recent feedback has expressed a little scepticism about whether
the adverts are real or sometimes imaginary because of some non
response to inquiries. Would GV (UK) readers think it is possible that
the adverts have been outstandingly successful and individuals have
been spoken for very quickly after the adverts? If so, please let
Goanet know. But even if this were so, we surely would agree that, all
replies to inquiries would be appreciated and would help further to
support this very worthwhile volunteer venture on Goanet.

Finally, with reference to Claude Alvares we are told of his preface
to a book in 2000 -- Dharampal: Indian Science and Technology in the
18th Century. In many ways, the material from the book seems really
original in thought. Among many things, it tells us about " how
Britain went pulverising the Indian economy" because in many respects
it was so far ahead of Britain at the time and also how and why the
decision was taken by Britain not to people India with British and
European settlers compared to other parts of the British Empire. This
is indeed a long and weight article about the book, full of wonderful
nuggets of information well worth reading for so many wonderful
insights.

More details can be found at the Goanet archives at
http://lists.goanet.org/pipermail/goanet-goanet.org/ Or to subscribe
to Goanet, send an email to subscribe at goanet.org
Goanet Reader
2006-10-19 20:00:29 UTC
Permalink
RECENT ITEMS OF PARTICULAR INTEREST ON GOANET. BY CORNEL DACOSTA
(Cornel DaCosta's review of Goanet on http://www.goanvoice-org.uk)

Do read Basilio Magno's fascinating account of UK's Konkani Tiatr in
Germany. The tiatr SUKH written by Luis D'Souza was directed by Bella
Fernandes, the first Goan woman to direct a Konkani tiatr in London
and where Konkani plays are produced under the auspices of the Goan
Cultural Society, presided by Gregg Carvalho. For a further account of
Tiatro and Tiatrists, please also note A. Veronica Fernandes' detailed
historical account on Goanet.

Interesting historical Goan experiences of events during World War 2
have been featured recently on Goanet. They indicate how sometimes a
simple inquiry can lead to many fascinating details and stories set in
many faraway places. Once again Goan Voice (UK) readers are encouraged
to make their contributions in this and other fields on Goanet.

Are dynastic political developments in democracies like India and the
USA advantageous towards promoting political stability? An absorbing
discussion on this, and the possibility of dynastic developments in
Goa, have provided serious as well as entertaining commentary
recently.

Goanet Cybermatrimonials are a regular feature on Goanet. However,
some recent feedback has expressed a little scepticism about whether
the adverts are real or sometimes imaginary because of some non
response to inquiries. Would GV (UK) readers think it is possible that
the adverts have been outstandingly successful and individuals have
been spoken for very quickly after the adverts? If so, please let
Goanet know. But even if this were so, we surely would agree that, all
replies to inquiries would be appreciated and would help further to
support this very worthwhile volunteer venture on Goanet.

Finally, with reference to Claude Alvares we are told of his preface
to a book in 2000 -- Dharampal: Indian Science and Technology in the
18th Century. In many ways, the material from the book seems really
original in thought. Among many things, it tells us about " how
Britain went pulverising the Indian economy" because in many respects
it was so far ahead of Britain at the time and also how and why the
decision was taken by Britain not to people India with British and
European settlers compared to other parts of the British Empire. This
is indeed a long and weight article about the book, full of wonderful
nuggets of information well worth reading for so many wonderful
insights.

More details can be found at the Goanet archives at
http://lists.goanet.org/pipermail/goanet-goanet.org/ Or to subscribe
to Goanet, send an email to subscribe at goanet.org
Goanet Reader
2006-10-19 17:59:35 UTC
Permalink
RECENT ITEMS OF PARTICULAR INTEREST ON GOANET. BY CORNEL DACOSTA
(Cornel DaCosta's review of Goanet on http://www.goanvoice-org.uk)

Do read Basilio Magno's fascinating account of UK's Konkani Tiatr in
Germany. The tiatr SUKH written by Luis D'Souza was directed by Bella
Fernandes, the first Goan woman to direct a Konkani tiatr in London
and where Konkani plays are produced under the auspices of the Goan
Cultural Society, presided by Gregg Carvalho. For a further account of
Tiatro and Tiatrists, please also note A. Veronica Fernandes' detailed
historical account on Goanet.

Interesting historical Goan experiences of events during World War 2
have been featured recently on Goanet. They indicate how sometimes a
simple inquiry can lead to many fascinating details and stories set in
many faraway places. Once again Goan Voice (UK) readers are encouraged
to make their contributions in this and other fields on Goanet.

Are dynastic political developments in democracies like India and the
USA advantageous towards promoting political stability? An absorbing
discussion on this, and the possibility of dynastic developments in
Goa, have provided serious as well as entertaining commentary
recently.

Goanet Cybermatrimonials are a regular feature on Goanet. However,
some recent feedback has expressed a little scepticism about whether
the adverts are real or sometimes imaginary because of some non
response to inquiries. Would GV (UK) readers think it is possible that
the adverts have been outstandingly successful and individuals have
been spoken for very quickly after the adverts? If so, please let
Goanet know. But even if this were so, we surely would agree that, all
replies to inquiries would be appreciated and would help further to
support this very worthwhile volunteer venture on Goanet.

Finally, with reference to Claude Alvares we are told of his preface
to a book in 2000 -- Dharampal: Indian Science and Technology in the
18th Century. In many ways, the material from the book seems really
original in thought. Among many things, it tells us about " how
Britain went pulverising the Indian economy" because in many respects
it was so far ahead of Britain at the time and also how and why the
decision was taken by Britain not to people India with British and
European settlers compared to other parts of the British Empire. This
is indeed a long and weight article about the book, full of wonderful
nuggets of information well worth reading for so many wonderful
insights.

More details can be found at the Goanet archives at
http://lists.goanet.org/pipermail/goanet-goanet.org/ Or to subscribe
to Goanet, send an email to subscribe at goanet.org
Goanet Reader
2006-10-19 20:00:29 UTC
Permalink
RECENT ITEMS OF PARTICULAR INTEREST ON GOANET. BY CORNEL DACOSTA
(Cornel DaCosta's review of Goanet on http://www.goanvoice-org.uk)

Do read Basilio Magno's fascinating account of UK's Konkani Tiatr in
Germany. The tiatr SUKH written by Luis D'Souza was directed by Bella
Fernandes, the first Goan woman to direct a Konkani tiatr in London
and where Konkani plays are produced under the auspices of the Goan
Cultural Society, presided by Gregg Carvalho. For a further account of
Tiatro and Tiatrists, please also note A. Veronica Fernandes' detailed
historical account on Goanet.

Interesting historical Goan experiences of events during World War 2
have been featured recently on Goanet. They indicate how sometimes a
simple inquiry can lead to many fascinating details and stories set in
many faraway places. Once again Goan Voice (UK) readers are encouraged
to make their contributions in this and other fields on Goanet.

Are dynastic political developments in democracies like India and the
USA advantageous towards promoting political stability? An absorbing
discussion on this, and the possibility of dynastic developments in
Goa, have provided serious as well as entertaining commentary
recently.

Goanet Cybermatrimonials are a regular feature on Goanet. However,
some recent feedback has expressed a little scepticism about whether
the adverts are real or sometimes imaginary because of some non
response to inquiries. Would GV (UK) readers think it is possible that
the adverts have been outstandingly successful and individuals have
been spoken for very quickly after the adverts? If so, please let
Goanet know. But even if this were so, we surely would agree that, all
replies to inquiries would be appreciated and would help further to
support this very worthwhile volunteer venture on Goanet.

Finally, with reference to Claude Alvares we are told of his preface
to a book in 2000 -- Dharampal: Indian Science and Technology in the
18th Century. In many ways, the material from the book seems really
original in thought. Among many things, it tells us about " how
Britain went pulverising the Indian economy" because in many respects
it was so far ahead of Britain at the time and also how and why the
decision was taken by Britain not to people India with British and
European settlers compared to other parts of the British Empire. This
is indeed a long and weight article about the book, full of wonderful
nuggets of information well worth reading for so many wonderful
insights.

More details can be found at the Goanet archives at
http://lists.goanet.org/pipermail/goanet-goanet.org/ Or to subscribe
to Goanet, send an email to subscribe at goanet.org

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