By Hans Christian Andersen
It was bitterly cold. The sky glittered with stars, and not a breeze stirred. “Bump,’ an old pot was thrown at a neighbor’s door - and, “Bang! Bang!’’ went the guns, for they were greeting the New Year.Read More »
BY ARTI DAS | NT BUZZ
To know and understand tribal or rural life is not very easy today given that our villages are all slowly morphing in towns and cities.Read More »
By Maria Fernandes | NT KURIOCITY
Christmas is definitely the most wonderful time of the year and as the Christmas carol goes, ‘With the kids jingle belling, And everyone telling you “Be of good cheer”,Read More »
By Meher Castelino
These are the most popular for adding a shine to your clothes. Sequins are lightweight so even a whole metre of fabric covered with it which is called sequin sheeting will look good for a dress or gown.Read More »
Don Bosco used communication tools of speaking, writing as well as theatre to get across to his students. Today, Don Bosco College, Panaji has launched its educational TV channel dbtv thereby taking a big communication leap by using TV as a source of communication and education amongst its student community.Read More »
St Xavier’s College of Arts, Science and Commerce, Mapusa held its 50th annual prize distribution and variety entertainment program.
Vice-chancellor of Goa University Satish Shetye was the chief guest.Read More »
Almost everyone is only bothered about themselves, thinking only of receiving. Nobody thinks of giving.Read More »
With our exams just over and the next day being a holiday it could not have been any better. We decided to go on a long drive to Tambdi Surla.Read More »
“Despite examinations, we should focus more on learning. We need to prepare children for life, rather than tests,” stated CBSE director (Academics, Training and Research) Sadhana Parashar at the two-day annual day celebrations of Sunshine School, Old Goa, at SAG ground, Campal, Panaji.Read More »
Santa was cross, he’d had a bad day.
His elves were on strike for more overtime pay.
Thay’d all been on strike since the end of the ‘fall’Read More »