DoubleTree by Hilton, Goa: Hotel Review

Some places have their own set of energy, it is so unique to those places only, and Goa is one of them. The moment you land you are charged up. Says my blogger friend Nihar Pradhan. Back from a short vacation in Goa, I was smitten by the beauty of the place in the monsoon, which
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By Somali K Chakrabarti Image credit On 27th July, 2015, India’s former president Dr Kalam passed away after he collapsed on the stage during a lecture at IIM , Shillong, Meghalaya. Born in a humble background on 15th of October, in the year 1931, in Rameswaram in Tamil Nadu,  APJ Abdul Kalam joined Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO) as a scientist after studying
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Do you remember these brand mascots? Take a short quiz to find out.   Image credit: http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/

“One of the misconceptions about BlackBerry is that, it’s your parents’ Smartphone”- Thorsten Heins. Around 2008, I remember watching my parents glued to their BlackBerry devices and wanting to own one. One day my wish came true and I was handed down my mom’s old BlackBerry Curve Smartphone. I used it only to play the
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By Somali K Chakrabarti After it rained throughout night, the sun showed up the next morning. As we had ventured to the South of Goa on the earlier day, we decide to head straight to the forts and beaches of North Goa. The remnants of the forts that once guarded the coastline still attract many visitors.
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By Somali K Chakrabarti Winter is generally the preferred season for tourists to visit Goa. Monsoon, on the other hand, is the “off-season” for tourists in Goa. Nonetheless, it is also the season when you can enjoy moving around the places of interest at leisure, without finding yourself in a sea of people all around you.
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