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'Goa retains memories that aren't visible in today's Portugal'

 

On Altinho hill in Panaji, Goa, not far from the chief minister's and archbishop's mansions, stands an imposing Indo-Portuguese bungalow freshly painted a vivid yellow and white.

Here sits an important and sought-after official presiding over a large staff. He speaks neither Konkani nor Hindi and is the only resident career diplomat based in Goa. CLICK TO READ MORE






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