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Exclusive Interview – Kevin D’Mello

1) Where were you discovered and how did you get your first break?

I was discovered by Sir Prajal Sakhardande when he saw me performing a song (Kantar) composed by my dad. He felt I could act and gave me the opportunity to act in a Konkani film “Just a minute”.

Nandan Kudchadkar – Founder, LPK Water Front

1- What do you think are the changes that have happened in Goa in the last four years and what do you see in the future of Goa in the next four years? 

According to me Goa is evolving into a lost paradise. 450 years of slavery requited us Goans some good things, the Portuguese language, European mannerism, unique culinary habits which made the people of Goa adapt to any condition. In 50 years of liberation, the society has finished whatever goodness was left from this.

Milroy Goes – Film Director

1- What do you think are the changes that have happened in Goa in the last four years and what do you see in the future of Goa in the next four years?

I don’t really call it as changes, as we all know we’re still in process of being developed. Nothing really changed in the past four years, but I really foresee this to happen. We have biggest issues that have been going on for more than 5 years. Firstly “Road Safety” – There are many accidents due to cattle scattered on the road and nothing is been done about it.

How the power of community urban farming through ‘Aquaponics’ can restore health, wellness and bonding in local communities like never before.

More than any other resource on this planet the one that connects us more as a community is none other than the universal language of food!

We as a society can find many points on which to disagree and be in conflict right from politics to local sports teams we support and everything in between! But when it comes to the food that we grow and harvest, it connects to a visceral part of who we are. So that’s why it is the unifying language of all communities.

Ricardo De Souza – Managing Director, Tito’s Clubs

1- What do you think are the changes that have happened in Goa in the last four years and what do you see in the future of Goa in the next four years?

In the last four years we have seen a recession worldwide, yet Goa has managed to buck the trend. However, we have seen no major infrastructure or policy changes and these need to be thought of in the next few years. I see Goa consolidating its place as the hub of Indian entertainment in the next four years.

Fr. Maverick Fernandes – Director, Caritas Goa

1-What do you think are the changes that have happened in Goa in the last four years and what do you see in the future of Goa in the next four years? 

 Goa is changing rapidly and to discuss about changes of the past four years sounds like discussing history. It is known that though the use of technology has increased positively in many aspects, there is also a surge in cyber crime.