Saturday , 21 January 2017


‘Indian Lady’- a song to support women empowerment

Mumbai-based ‘Collaboratorz’ has created an original song ‘Indian Lady’ to support their movement for women empowerment. NT BUZZ finds out about their creative movement

  SACHI NAIK | NT BUZZ Being a woman is definitely not an easy task, especially in the rural areas of India. At some places, all the differences come naturally when a girl is born in the family. Please like & share: Read More »

27 artists, myriad feelings

Naguesh Rao Sardessai ‘Code of Feeling’ is group exhibition of paintings, drawings, and new media art, currently showing at the art gallery of Sanskruti Bhavan, Patto, Panaji. This is the 17th National Group Exhibition organised by ‘Rainbow Art Group’ and curated by Virendra Kumar. Total of twenty-seven artists from different regions of India have contributed over eighty art works produced ... Read More »

The vegan’s goose with Golden Eggs

Miguel Braganza   Images rush through the mind when we hear a reference to the goose that laid the golden eggs and how greed made a man to cut it open. Please like & share: Read More »

A spokesperson for the Modern Woman

Sudha Menon, a writer and journalist, has written extensively on the lives of career women and the challenges in keeping the balance between work and home. In Goa to talk at the MOG Sundays, Sudha will be in conversation with Subodh Kerkar about ‘The Voice behind the Words’. NT BUZZ spoke to her about her career, the balancing act of a career woman and her soon to be released book ‘Devi, Diva or She Devil’

  Janice Rodrigues | NT BUZZ   Growing up in suburban Mumbai to a middle class family, Sudha Menon was intrigued by the world of books. Diving headlong into the newspapers, every Sunday, devouring every word, Sudha says that she never imagined that she would write books and be a journalist with her name with every article she wrote. Please ... Read More »

About the book ‘Devi, Diva or She Devil’…

As a working woman who also raised a kid and kept home and hearth in relative good shape, I went through a gamut of experiences. There was guilt that I was not around enough to send out tasty, imaginative lunch for the daughter, Please like & share: Read More »

Lecture on Sustainable Development Goals by Suraj Kumar

The International Centre Goa is organising a lecture on ‘Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Governance Reform in India: Experiences from Indian states’ by chief mentor of Neeti Foundation, New Delhi, Suraj Kumar. Please like & share: Read More »

Film Review – Sachin Chatte

Love and War Film: Allied, Cast: Brad Pitt, Marion Cotillard, Directed by: Robert Zemeckis, Duration: 2 hrs 5 mins, Rating: * * * 1 / 2 Please like & share: Read More »

Fatorpa Zatra to conclude today


Maria de Lourdes Bravo da Costa Rodrigues One of the most famous zatras of Goa is celebrated at the temple of Shantadurga Kuncolienkarin, Fatorpa. This year the festival started on January 3 and will culminate today, on January 8. Please like & share: Read More »

Discovering new trends in tiatr

Tiatr is known for conveying social messages but creating an interesting plot completely depends on the writer. John D’Silva known as ‘The Emperor of Konkani Stage’ has created a thriller this time to engage his audience. Besides, he has also discovered a new trend by writing the story with two flashbacks. NT BUZZ finds out about John D’Silva’s ‘Ghutt’ and the message it conveys to the youth

  SACHI NAIK | NT BUZZ One has heard of genres like drama, romantic, comedy, thriller, horror with regards to movies, however, tiatr rarely goes beyond the set demarcations of a comedy or a family drama that gives out a message – social or political. Please like & share: Read More »

Birth anniversary of Lucasinho Ribeiro celebrated

Tiatr Academy of Goa (TAG) in collaboration with Lucasinho Ribeiro Tiatr Academy, Assagao celebrated the birth anniversary of creator of tiatr – Lucasinho Ribeiro at Union High School Ground, Assagao. Please like & share: Read More »

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