Saturday , 21 January 2017


Comprehending myths from Goa

Center for study of Mythology and Culture is organising a seminar on “Understanding myths and other oral tales from Goa” at Institute Menezes Braganza, Panaji, today, on January 12 at 5 p.m. NT BUZZ finds out more about the topic and the need to document such stories and myths from the speakers ARTI DAS | NT BUZZ It is in ... Read More »

Up-cycle your bedroom decor

Ujjwala Sinha If you have an office area in your bedroom, where you have a study table then you can use the pallets (the wooden structures that are used in stores and warehouses to transport boxes and other goods) for storage in front of the table. Reuse cans of fruit juices, cold drinks etc for storing your pens and stationery. ... Read More »

The Lokotsav 2017

The Lokotsav 2017—A national level festival of folk art and handicrafts is being held at Kala Academy, Panaji.

The Lokotsav 2017—A national level festival of folk art and handicrafts is being held at Kala Academy, Panaji. This is a unique platform to experience and understand the folk art and artifacts of the country under one roof. You can witness the folk dance right from Rajasthan to Assam and also at the same time taste the scrumptious food from ... Read More »

Aiming for an accessible future

Svayam Foundation is amongst the most active accessibility rights organisation in India working in various spheres of society to ensure dignity for people with reduced mobility. Founder of Svayam Foundation, Sminu Jindal on her recent trip to Goa spoke to NT BUZZ about how accessibility is not just about disability

  SHERAS FERNANDES| NT BUZZ   You are now one of India’s leading business leaders, promoting equal accessibility rights movement in India. Tell us something about your journey. I was a young child when I met with an accident and the world changed for me which kept me wondering how people lived life. As I grew older I realised that ... Read More »

Goa International Kite Festival 2017 to be held on January 17 and January 18

Pariwartan Pariwar will organise the third edition of Goa International Kite Festival 2017 on January 17 and January 18 at Miramar beach, Panaji. The festival will promote kite flying among people. The event will see professional, international and national, kite flyers demonstrate their kite flying skills at the two-day event. The festival is supported by Department of Tourism, Government of ... Read More »

Documenting traditional sarees of India

Annually, Goa State Museum organsies ‘Museum Week’ on the second week of January to promote Goan art and culture through photo exhibitions, activities, lectures that are related to that year’s theme. Please like & share: Read More »

How Kangy was shipped back to World War II era

For a period drama, costumes and styling are as important as the set designs to transport one to a particular era. Ask three-time National Award winner Dolly Ahluwalia, the woman behind the costumes in Vishal Bhardwaj’s ‘Rangoon’ set in the ’40s. Please like & share: Read More »

Viva Goa presents Food, Travel & Hospitality Awards 2017

Victor Albuquerque along with Sylvia Albuquerque receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award from Governor Mridula Sinha. TTAG president, Savio Masias, vice president Earnest Dias, editor & publisher Viva Goa Kedar Dhume and director Media Promotions Pvt Ltd Joseph Clive Sequeira are also seen

  Lifestyle magazine Viva Goa celebrated its first Food, Travel & Hospitality Awards 2017 on January 4 at Grand Hyatt Goa. Supported by Goa Tourism, the awards recognised the contribution made by the tourism and hospitality industry in Goa and honoured its best performers. Please like & share: Read More »

Tiatr Review – J P Pereira

Bondkhonn VF Productions has released a tiatr written by Victor D’Costa and directed by Filipe Fernandes.  ‘Bondkhonn’ is a story of sacrifice, greed and human nature to go to any extent to achieve one’s desire. Please like & share: Read More »

Curious about my identity in Trump’s US

A decade ago, he shot to fame as the scrawny teenager in the Oscar-winning Slumdog Millionaire. “I came from nowhere and pretty much made it on my own. I wasn’t the finest actor then — many would even label me terrible. I didn’t have the privilege of going to a big drama school. Please like & share: Read More »

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