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Shooting star speaks

In August 2008, Abhinav Bindra created history when he became the first Indian shooter to win an Olympic gold. It was also India’s first gold after 20 years. And although Bindra has retired from the sport today, he continues to be passionately involved in encouraging and promoting sportspersons through various initiatives, including the setting up of Abhinav Bindra Targeting Performance ... Read More »

Over 50 floats make their way to Carnival in Panaji

An array of over 50 colourful floats from across Goa, in various categories made their way to the capital city for the Carnival Float Parade which began at Miramar en route Caranzalem on Saturday evening. The parade was flagged off by Minister of Tourism and Sports Manohar Babu Ajgaonkar. King Momo William Anes led the parade and declared merriment for the ... Read More »

Carnival vibe in Goa 

The much awaited festival of glitter, dance and fun began yesterday and will go on till March 5 in the State. NT BUZZ catches up with fellow Goans to know about their memories of the Carnival and what they consider the best part of the festival Please like & share: Read More »

FILM REVIEW – SACHIN CHATTE

Rebel With A Cause Film: Sonchiriya, Cast: Sushant Singh Rajput, Bhumi Pednekar, Ranvir Sheorey, Directed by: Abhishek Chaubey, Duration: 2 hrs 23 mins, Rating: * * * Please like & share: Read More »

The showman on the tiatr stage

Although Joe Dicarpale enjoyed acting and singing since his younger days, getting into tiatr wasn’t easy. 30 years later, having acted in a number of tiatrs and directing his own, NT BUZZ charts his journey Please like & share: Read More »

Rock solid

The Wadars of Maharashtra helped the Marathas and Portuguese build their massive forts. Today, they are using the same methods on projects across the country Please like & share: Read More »

After Pulwama, things could get worse

KARAN THAPAR   The terror attack in Pulwama has sharply focused attention on the situation in Kashmir. For some time, it’s been widely believed, it’s deteriorating. However it’s one thing to make that claim and another to appreciate how markedly that’s happened. Beyond that, are there also reasons for believing things could get worse over? Please like & share: Read More »

Pests that matter

Maneka Sanjay Gandhi   When my husband died, I inherited his work table. I kept everything of value in its drawers: letters from my husband, wedding albums, unfinished manuscripts, pictures of my childhood and my son’s childhood, letters from my mother and mother in law. Please like & share: Read More »

The two faces of Winston Churchill

RAMACHANDRA GUHA   Earlier this month, a flaming row broke out in Britain, when the Labour leader John McDonnell criticised Winston Churchill for having ordered troops to fire on striking workers in 1910. He was savagely denounced by his political opponents. Please like & share: Read More »