Monday , 19 November 2018
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A Dish Fit for Kings

Chef Mishra of Blue Note Café recommends
There is this story of a toothless Nawab who insisted that his cooks come up with a kebab so soft that he did not have to bother with chewing them. His enterprising chefs came up with the Galauti and Kakori kebabs, a rich mixture of ground mutton, raw papaya and aromatic spices.

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The march to Pandharpur

By RAMESH SAVAIKAR | NT NETWORK
BICHOLIM:  The ‘Ekadashi’  (11th day of the first fortnight ) in the Hindu months of Ashadh and Kartik fall two famous Hindu festivals of the Lord Vithal and Rakhumai, celebrated on a large scale in Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Kerala.

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Male Models–Hot, Haute…Poor

By Antony Kuriakose
They have the sex appeal, the look, the broad shoulders, the six-pack abs and the tanned body, but very few have the luck of star actor John Abraham, who began his career as a media planner in an ad agency. One day a model ditched a shoot and Abraham’s boss suggested he fill in. One thing lead to another and John Abraham has not looked back since. 

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In memory of a legendary poet

B B Borkar’s poems still makes us feel his presence. To mark Bakibab Borkar’s birth centenary year, the Department of Art and Culture in association with Kala Academy-Goa, Institute Menezes Braganza and the B B Borkar Birth Centenary Committee organised a poetry recital of B B Borkar’s poems to commemorate the poet’s death anniversary.

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For the Love of Virtual Games

By Ranjana Kakodkar
Ludo, Snakes and Ladders, Monopoly and Scrabble; these are the quaint and charming games so many amongst us, grew up playing many a rainy evening: fortified with plates of chips and accompanied by shrieks of delight at outwitting our opponents.

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Wrapped up Secrets

By Odette and Joe Mascarenhas
It has been four years since we wrote about this place, down in the valley of Sangolda, off the busy road, wrapped in silence and tranquillity. Now that was yours truly waxing poetic, but this is what the place does to you. You are at peace with yourself even with a crabby better half.

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MORI’S STUCK STORY

Barbara Mori’s Spanish flick La mujer de mi hermano (My Brother’s Wife) was to have an Indian release (a dubbed version in Hindi) in June, a month after the release of Kites. With Kites failing miserably at the B-O, the film’s release has now been indefinitely delayed.

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