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Why you should take it slow

Luis Dias “Dress me slowly, as I’m in a hurry.” This is what Napoleon Bonaparte is supposed to have said to his attendants. Did he really ever say this, or is it apocryphal? Whether or not he did is irrelevant; it is good advice. From personal experience (and I’ve learnt this the hard way), I can say that slow practice …

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Getting to know Huawei better

Several Huawei Technologies Co employees have collaborated on research projects with Chinese armed forces personnel, indicating closer ties to the country’s military than previously acknowledged by the smartphone and networking powerhouse. Over the past decade, Huawei workers have teamed with members of various organs of the People’s Liberation Army on at least 10 research endeavours spanning artificial intelligence to radio …

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TIATR REVIEW JP Pereira

‘C M’ ‘C M’ the new tiatr from Mariano Fernandes is a political drama that has a class of its own. Mariano has been known for his presentations of family stories but as he admitted in his speech, he had great support from Anita Fernandes to mould this tale of good and bad politics. This is one great show. The …

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Late tiatr artistes remembered

NT BUZZ  TAG’s monthly programme ‘Somplolea Tiatristancho Ugddas’ was held recently at TAG’s Conference Hall, Campal, Panaji. The late artistes born in the month of June who were remembered in the programme were A R Souza Ferrao, Tony Fernandes, Jephsis Hitler, Reginaldo Fernandes, C P Dias, AK D’Souza, Ulhas Buyao, Romeo Mendes, Anthony Gonsalves, Chico D’Costa, C A Gomes and …

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The blue reign continues…

Aditya Iyer As a collective, India’s batsmen took the length, breadth and width of the first 50 overs to get to a total of 268 runs on this Old Trafford wicket, perhaps living more in hope than faith during the break that they had given their bowlers enough to bowl at the West Indian batsmen. But, once again on Thursday, …

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Reflections explored

CP Surendran In 2004, on a summer morning hotter for the expectation of monsoon rolling in from across the sea, I got a call from Dom. He said he had cancer. I felt nothing. We planned to meet. He had by this time moved from his large and lovely apartment — in a red brick building on Colaba Causeway, Bombay, …

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FILM REVIEW SACHIN CHATTE

For Whom The Belle Tolls Film: Annabelle Comes Home Cast: Mckenna Grace, Madison Iseman, Vera Farmiga Directed by: Gary Dauberman Duration: 1 hr 44 mins Rating: * * 1 / 2 Ever since The Conjuring (2013) became a hit, the franchisee has been dishing out films every year making Annabelle Comes Home the seventh film in the Conjuring universe – …

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European film fest comes to Goa

NT BUZZ Around 23 films from all over Europe will be screened at the 24th edition of European Union Film Festival which will be held from July 4 to 18 at Auditorium 1, Maquinez Palace, ESG Complex.  Secretary, art and culture, Daulat Hawaldar in the presence of deputy head of European External Action Service (EEAS), Raimund Magis will inaugurate the …

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The Winning Moves

Nirbhay Bhav Academy of Performing Arts recently won the gold medal at the International Dance Championship held in Nepal.  NT BUZZ gets more details RAMANDEEP KAUR | NT BUZZ Founded in the year 2012, Nirbhay Bhav Academy of Performing Arts began its journey with only 12 members. Today it has 20 passionate performing artistes (including students and professionals) from across Goa. …

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In the family

Started in 1964, Ambrosio Rodrigues who was popularly known as Moti later took over the running of the Marietta Bar and Restaurant in Panaji. Today, locals and tourists alike can still enjoy sumptuous Goan Portuguese offerings at this space located in the heart of the capital city Danuska Da Gama ‘Marietta Bar and Restaurant’ is much more than a business …

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