Friday , 26 April 2019


Food from the Bible

Zubin D’souza I am not a great reader of the Bible. I may be a follower and a devout Catholic but bible reading doesn’t come easy to me. Please like & share: Read More »

The backbone of Italian cuisine – Pasta

The pastas we eat outside of Italy are either not found in Italy at all or taste very different in their homeland. Italian pastas rarely use cream whereas pastas made elsewhere in the world often use so-called ‘cream sauces’ Please like & share: Read More »

Walls that protect

Sanjeev V Sardesai Old Goa was originally referred to as ‘Ellapuri’ or ‘Ela’. It was here that the Kadamb Dynasty shifted their capital, due to silting of the basin of their second capital – Gopakapattan or today’s Goa Velha. Please like & share: Read More »

At peace in the madding crowd: Taking a holy dip at the Kumbh

Sanket Suman   It is the largest spiritual, cultural and religious congregation of its kind that attracts crores of devotees from India and abroad at the Sangam – the confluence of the Ganga and Yamuna rivers and the mythical Saraswati. The historic city of Praygaraj, renamed from Allahabad, is witnessing the coming together of saints, seers and devotees in numbers ... Read More »

An insight into Goa through films

Highlighting various aspects of Goan culture like food, dance, traditions and customs, Fundacao Oriente on February 26, will hold a presentation and screening of documentaries and films from 6 p.m. onwards. Please like & share: Read More »

Childhood Obesity

Rohini Diniz In the years gone by, a cute and ‘roly poly’ child was considered healthy while those who were thin and lean unhealthy. Well today, things have changed and this notion of chubby being healthy is no longer true. Unlike in the West, India has seen a surge in the incidences of childhood obesity in the last 25 years. ... Read More »

Exams are not the end of the world

Maria Fernandes | NT KURIOCITY All students are wary of exams. Stress levels start increasing as soon as exams begin to loom large over their heads. The closer the exams get; especially final exams; Please like & share: Read More »

Voices in harmony

CHRISTINE MACHADO | NT KURIOCITY Charlie Watson began singing in the church choir when he was 8-years-old. Today, about a month short of his 18th birthday, Watson still enjoys singing as part of ‘The King’s Barbers’ choir, a boys’ a cappella group from the school King’s Ely, UK. Please like & share: Read More »

Art with a difference

The artworks of 14 differently-abled artists who paint with mouth and foot will be displayed at an exhibition titled ‘Art beyond belief’ on February 24 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Bambolim Beach Resort. Please like & share: Read More »

Two themed banquets held at VMSIIHE

As a part of the food and beverage service curriculum the first year students of VM Salgaocar Institute of International Hospitality Education (VMSIIHE) conducted two themed banquets. Please like & share: Read More »