Solar-powered cinema opens in Burkina
A solar-powered cinema was unveiled in Burkina Faso ahead of the city’s hosting of Africa’s top film festival, even as movie theatres on the continent continue to disappear. The theatre, with its 300-seat capacity, will run on solar energy. Named Canal Olympia Yennenga, it is now the third-largest movie hall in the Burkina Faso capital Ouagadougou.
01st March 2017, 06:18 Hrs
The call of the mountains
Climbing to the Everest Base Camp, Kalapathar, at the elevation of 18,514 ft. with oxygen level dropping down to 50 per cent, is indeed, a breath-taking voyage towards no man’s sky and tranquillity, admits Durgadas Parab and his team at Goa Eco Treks Read more
Thoughts to images with each brush stroke!
The students of Santo Minguel High School, Taleigao gave their school a colourful makeover recently under the guidance of art educator, street and mural artist Ruchin Soni Read more
Bastora underpass to miss yet another deadline
The overbridge along NH17 cum underpass at Bastora was expected to be thrown open by Dec-end; New deadline set for March 2018 Read more
Govt unveils one-time benefit scheme for freedom fighters
Applicants to be settled after written undertaking n Freedom fighters once settled will not be eligible for pension Read more