Saturday , 20 April 2019


‘Story of a Pause’ goes to Portugal

After a successful photo exhibition in October 2018, photographer Harsh Kamat has now been invited to showcase his photographs at the VII Biennial of Lusophone Cultures in Portugal this May. NT BUZZ reports NT BUZZ The Town Hall of Odivelas, a city located near the Portuguese capital of Lisbon, is currently preparing to hold the VII Biennial of Lusophone Cultures, ... Read More »

450 years AND COUNTING

NT BUZZ Commemorating the 450 years celebration of St Andrew’s Church, Vasco, Archbishop of Goa and Daman, Filipe Neri Ferrao urged the congregation to be living examples of Christ’s values. He narrated an incident that dates back to when the communists were ruling Eastern Europe and destroyed the churches and persecuted the Christians there. A youngster courageously said: “You’ll have ... Read More »

Empowering women

NT BUZZ Change2Life charitable trust, Nerul held its third ‘Women Empowerment’ workshop at Siolim. The event witnessed women from all over Goa coming in large numbers with a variety of handcrafted bags, as part of the trust’s ambitious project ‘Best Out of Waste’. Chief guest for the occasion was block resource person for North Goa, Preeti Kerkar. Lauding the efforts ... Read More »

All the world’s a stage

NT BUZZ Sunaparanta – Goa Centre for the Arts in association with Abhivyaktee presented the Hindi play titled ‘Yatra… The Journey Within’ at the Sunaparanta amphitheatre, as part of the World Theatre Day 2019 celebrations. `Yatra…The Journey Within’, an adaptation of Athol Fugard’s ‘The Road to Mecca’ is written and directed by Saish Deshpande. The play is about the revolt ... Read More »

A roadmap to clean India

VENITA GOMES Road trips have gained popularity nowadays; a lot of people are either going on trips with their friends or family, or are opting to go on solo road trips.  An eGovernment consultant by profession, Sangeetha Sridhar from Coimbatore decided to take her trip a step further. Currently touring across India in her SUV, her ‘Clean India Trail’ is ... Read More »

Of movement and migration

Alumnus of The University of New South Wales, Roanna Gonsalves from Goa recently headlined at the Writing Contemporary Australia panel event hosted by UNSWriting. Please like & share: Read More »

Voices in praise

The Stuti Choral and Goa String Ensemble will perform three Lenten concerts, this week, titled ‘All Strings Attached: Volume 3’. Please like & share: Read More »

Mango king of fruits

Miguel Braganza During the summer season it is the mango ripening on the tree that draws a sigh from every passer-by. For now, the term “mango” refers to the malcurada or mankurad and the hapus or ratnagiri alphonso. Please like & share: Read More »

Saints leading the way

For decades, the village of Goa Velha has celebrated the ‘Santachem Pursanv’ or the ‘Penitential Procession of Saints’ during the season of lent. This year, thousands of devotees from different walks of life, irrespective of religion took part in the solemn procession at St Andrew’s Church in Goa Velha. 31 life-size statues including that of the patron of the archdiocese, ... Read More »

Travellers unite

Soul Travelling and Carpe Diem Art & Learning Centre, Majorda hosted an event titled ‘Safarnama Courtyard’ at Carpe Diem, dedicated to ardent travellers, sharing their stories in the form of poems, talks, discussions, music and much more. Please like & share: Read More »