Alfonso De Albuquerque
- The Life and Times of an Indian Mango
- According to one story in its copious lore, the fruit gets its name from Afonso de Albuquerque, a mango-loving 16th-century Portuguese conqueror. For all its pleasures, the preeminence of the alphonso in modern fruit-ology is somewhat circumstantial.
- Portugal's Moment
- Still, Conquerors brings alive to the reader such figures as the under-appreciated Afonso de Albuquerque, the madly brave Portuguese leader who, Crowley writes, "was regarded across the Indian Ocean with superstitious awe.
- Traffic, parking issues in these central Panjim wards
- PANJIM: Represented by members of St Cruz MLA Atanasio (Babush) Monserrate and the BJP panels, Ward Nos 14 and 15, covering the busiest streets of the capital city Afonso De Albuquerque Road and Dada Vaidya Road have a common issue of never ...
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