Mum’s Kitchen needs no introduction really. It is one of its kind, serving up authentic Goan dishes and popular among locals within the area of Panjim and elsewhere. The very face of the menu will tell you that their mission is to preserve the Goan cuisine, so you know exactly what you’re in for.
Carla Alvares has turned her passion for craft and art into a meaningful business
Meet one of Goa's most repected ortho-surgeon Dr. Shekhar Shirwaiker
With a PGDM (Finance) from the Indian Insititute of Management, Kolkata after post-graduation on Commerce from Bombay University and over 40 years of experience in the industry and in the field of education, Anand Naik has been elected Chairman of the Goa Management Association
Mac Vaz tells Cassandra D'Roza about the real Goan Treasure
Alfred D'Silva tells Neha Nayak about the journey that led to Sephora
A ringside view of the business of films at the great Indian Film Bazaar
"The dreams of the common man
come alive on the silver screen...
And fade away too!"
Films, irrespective of the place they were produced, became piece of art and commodity in commerce simultaneously, and the former quality is now gradually taking a back seat, while later one is fast developing in a demand governed market.
It is a universally accepted fact that India is the world's largest producer of films; the number of Indian feature films produced in 2009, in 24 languages is 1,288, with the Hindi language film industry of Mumbai — obnoxiously known as Bollywood — being the largest and the most popular branch of Indian cinema. And these 1,288 feature films including 235 Hindi films, 218 Telugu films, 190 Tamil films, 177 Kannada films, 99 Marathi films, 94 Malayalam films and 84 Bengali films, among others, formed a part of last year’s altogether 2,961 productions on celluloid.