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NT BUZZ A lively exhibition featuring the women entrepreneurs of Goa was held at Caculo Mall. The aim of the exhibition was to create a platform for entrepreneurs, homemakers and students to showcase and sell their products. The exhibition had handmade jewellery, paintings, artificial flowers, crafts, clothing, fashion accessories, Goan sweets, pickles, plants, saplings, fertilisers, bags, paper crafts, organic skin …

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Goa goes green

NT BUZZ On the occasion of World Environment Day, Goa ForGiving in association with ‘Think Panjim’ and ‘Transform Goa’ inaugurated the ‘Million People, Million Trees’ campaign at the FL Gomes Garden in Campal. The theme for this year’s World Environmental Day was ‘Air Pollution’. In Goa, in the name of development thousands of trees are being cut leading to poor …

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History behind the rosogolla

Zubin D’souza Of late the Indian culinary world is in the midst of a gripping drama that has been unfolding with strange twists and turns. Things came to a head on July 30, 2015. Two neighbouring states – Bengal and Orissa have both laid claim to the invention of the rasgulla which is a sweet that is loved by many …

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Stop Living in Fear

Sadhguru Q: I find that fear cripples me and restricts me from doing many things. But fear also serves as a self-protection mechanism. How do I create a balance so that I can protect myself but not be restricted? Sadhguru: For a lot of people, it is only fear which saves and protects them because they have never invested a …

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Six hat thinking: A technique to streamline thoughts

As you may have experienced it yourself, thoughts can play havoc with your life. However, if you can control thoughts from hijacking the way you feel and behave, then you have learnt the art of resilience. So today I share with you a problem-solving technique that is popularly used in the corporate world but can be applicable to individuals. Aldina …

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Quantum of Food

Deepika Rathod We tend to eat out regularly due to time constraints. Our fast paced life doesn’t give us enough time to prepare a healthy well balanced meal. However, the truth is that if we want, we can surely take the time out to cook meals in order to stay healthy, active and fit. When it comes to healthy meals …

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Weaning: Initiating little appetites

Rohini Diniz For the first four to six months of life, breast milk is adequate and provides the entire nourishment infants need. By the age of six months breast milk alone becomes inadequate to meet the nutritional needs of a rapidly growing infant and hence weaning foods or complementary foods are needed in addition to breast milk. Today, with the …

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A tragic bond between Goa and The Netherlands

Sanjeev V Sardesai In today’s times, people have become immune to statistics of plane crashes and loss of life. Goa too has had its fair share of plane crashes and tragedies’, now long lost among the myriad memories of our minds. The writer was fortunate to have glanced upon a news report of a Dutch airplane crash at Vasco on …

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Freshness of Italy on your plate

After spending over 14 years in Mumbai, the shift to Goa was deliberate for Davide Cananzi and Alciela Shilla. Davide’s Pizzeria isn’t difficult to find in Sinquerim. With a casual setting you can get pizzas, pastas, Italian breads and meatballs the original way. Danuska Da Gama | NT BUZZ You might work of the best company in the world, but …

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Beautiful just the way you are

Although a recently coined term, body shaming in practice has existed for a very long time. However, with the increased preoccupation with achieving sublime beauty and body standards, majorly among adolescents and young adults; the term has achieved new dimensions. NT Kuriocity finds out more Maria Fernandes  | NT Kuriocity Body shaming, as the name suggests, is shaming someone for …

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