The All-India Anglo-Indian Association, Goa Branch

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Come join us for the Summer Social at Defence Colony Gymkhana, Porvorim from 7 p.m. on Sunday 22 April 2017.

13 humans and one canine enjoyed angling or just a leisurely day on the water at our Anglo Anglers fishing cruise on Sunday 12 March 2017.  Photos here.

We completed eight years on 18 January 2017.  We marked the occasion at Mangor Hill, Vasco da Gama on Sunday 22 January 2017 with a Thanksgiving Mass at Our Lady of Piety Chapel followed by a get-together and home-cooked Anglo-Indian lunch at Mangor Sports Club, Gurdwara Road.  Around 60 people joined in and had a good time.  Photos here.

About 180 people had a great time at our Grand Christmas Ball on 26 December 2016 at A Lua, Merces.  Scintillating music was provided by Laurie and The Lace.  Photos and videos here.

The All-India AGM was rescheduled and conducted on 3rd and 4th December 2016.  Barry O'Brien was elected unopposed as the new President in Chief.  Photos and a few videos here.

Members and their guests had a wonderful day out at Concha, Velsao Beach at our Beach Picnic on Sunday 6 November 2016.  Do take a look at the photos in our Google Web Album.

About 70 people had a great time at the Independence Eve Social at A Lua, Verna on Saturday 13 August 2016.  Photos and a short video here.

49 members attended the Goa Branch AGM at Clube Tennis De Gasper Dias, Miramar, Panaji on 4 June 2016.  A new Committee was elected and all enjoyed the social evening that followed the meeting.  Photos here.

The AGM was well reported in the local press.
Times of India

Our Summer Dance on 16 April 2016 at Defence Colony Gymkhana, Porvorim was a grand success.  Photos here.

AIs on the Net

While searching the net for news items about Anglo-Indians, we came across many sites by and for AIs.  There were far too many to list in the sidebar, so we have added a page to list them all.

Anglo-India-Central is a newsy site with a well categorized library of links to still more Anglo-Indian sites; savour Anglo-Indian fare with the recipes of Bridget Kumar of Bengaluru (Bangalore), who maintains no less than five sites devoted solely to Anglo-Indian cuisine.  Get to know about the AI Associations of Canada, Australia and other places or read about the pivotal role played by AIs in the Indian Railways and Air Force.

We also discovered the website of a very similar community: The Eurasian Association, Singapore, who even have their own Heritage Center to showcase their history and culture.  The past issues of their quarterly magazine, the NEWEURASIAN, make good reading.

If you know of any other sites that you think worthy of inclusion, do drop us a line at or post a comment on our WordPress blog.

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