Tuesday , 22 May 2018
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A museum dedicated to fishing community

SACHI NAIK | NT BUZZ Victor Hugo Gomes of Goa Chitra Museum has acquired a collection of more than 5000 shells, corals and fossils to add to their existing collection of sea shells. He plans to display in the upcoming museum at Betul dedicated to the fishing community and Goa’s rich marine biodiversity. On International Museum Day Victor will make ... Read More »

Trust issues and teenage

Dr Kedar Padte To Trust or not to Trust… That is the question. Most relations of sincere love begin during teenage years. Be it the classmate, tuition companion, playmate, travelling companion or the neighbour. Early infatuation turns into sincere feelings that culminate into true and lasting love. Though love at first sight is a historic axiom, the theorem of love ... Read More »

A walk to remember

Maria Fernandes | NT Kuriocity The Navhind Times Planet J in association with Make it Happen, tour designers, organised a heritage walk of Fontainhas on May 14. The aim of the walk was to acquaint the participants with the art, culture and architecture that abound in this quaint area that has been described as “a small chunk of Portugal washed ... Read More »

Honey set for internship in Canada

Student of Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS), Pilani – Goa, Honey Jain has been awarded the prestigious Mitacs Globalink Research Internship 2018 sponsored by Government of Canada. Jain wishes to make a real difference in the future by developing treatment for eradication of deadly diseases. NT KURIOCITY learns more NT KURIOCITY Hailing from Navsari- Gujarat, Honey Jain, a ... Read More »

IAM Goa – Preparing future managers for the hospitality industry

  Maria Fernandes | NT Kuriocity Of the many hospitality institutes and colleges in the State, only a handful can be considered ‘good institutes’ that impart education of excellent quality, have the right infrastructure, churn out leaders and hence are worth joining. To be able to cut through the clutter and identify these ‘top institutes’ it is necessary to know ... Read More »

Common measuring instruments – IV

Kedar Kulkarni The teacher had asked the students to come prepared with names and uses of more instruments. As soon as she entered class the students greeted her and were ready to take down notes. Please like & share: Read More »

Biomass briquettes to replace wood in crematoriums

For decades wood has been used to cremate dead bodies and this has ultimately added to air pollution. Rotary Club of Panaji, in a bid to save the environment, has proposed the use of biomass briquettes in crematoriums as an alternative to wood. Please like & share: Read More »

Busy Bugs and Lakshya Academy organise summer camp

Busy Bugs Nursery School in association with Lakshya Academy organised a summer camp for children. Students were kept engaged in activities like pot painting, fabric and t-shirt painting, origami, dancing, yoga and various games. Please like & share: Read More »

Star of the week

Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut, who is gearing up for the release of her period film Manikarnika, made her debut at the Cannes Film Festival Wednesday and was at her stunning best in a black Sabyasachi sari. Please like & share: Read More »

Building trust with your teenager

Maria Fernandes Trust is an important part of any relationship and teaching children especially teens, the concept of trust is very essential. Integrating trustworthiness into our character and behavior does not come easily. It happens gradually over many years and is not an all or nothing proposition and has to be worked on. Please like & share: Read More »

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