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Face the festival with cheer

Rohini Diniz Festivals are a time for celebration with family and friends. They are also time for an assortment of sweets, savouries and traditional foods. Since the festival of Ganesh Chaturthi is being celebrated these days, here are some tips to help one have healthy and tasty food during the festival. Festivals are incomplete without sweets. Modaks, ladoos, kheers, pais ... Read More »

Shedding those pounds

Deepika Rathod Have you ever wondered why you don’t lose any weight even though you workout intensely and eat well? Weight loss is not only about what you eat and what workout you do, there’s more to it and you surely need to dig into the matter when it comes to ‘why am I not losing weight?’ Here are few ... Read More »

The Shining: It happened one winter

RAMNATH N PAI RAIKAR | NT NETWORK Stanley Kubrick, one of the most influential American filmmakers during late 1980s turned to the horror film genre with ‘The Shining’ (1980) based on the bestseller of the same name by Stephen King. He had earlier handled almost all genres in filmmaking including a film noir (‘The Killing’- 1956), war film (‘Paths of ... Read More »

Music video released for Chaturthi

NT BUZZ A Konkani devotional music video ‘He Ganraya’ produced by Crazy Mind’s was recently released at the Directorate of Art and Culture, Panaji. Speaking on the occasion, director, producer and actor of the music video, Anay Kamat said: “This song is not a traditional aarti, it is a special song, probably a first-of-its-kind video dance song made in Goa ... Read More »

Vitamin Cs -Choice, chance and change

Kimberly Dias Dear Kimberly, I am addicted to the internet, especially social media. I keep checking my phone or computer to check my friends’ updates, see likes/comments or want to see who is following my posts or stories. I often find myself feeling restless or getting irritable if I haven’t had the chance to log on for over an hour. ... Read More »

Panjab University’s first woman president – Kanupriya

A few years back, student politics at Panjab University (PU) was dominated by male student leaders. This year the discourse of politics has changed with Kanupriya, a member of left-leaning Students for Society (SFS) being elected as the first woman president. Before the student council elections were held, many student leaders of various outfits had opined that SFS took a ... Read More »

Cancer researcher in the making

Fauzia Bi Fairoz Shaikh, a student of Parvatibai Chowgule College of Arts and Science, Margao has just returned from a scholarship to the United States of America. In conversation with NT KURIOCITY she talks about her learnings, experience and more RAMANDEEP KAUR | NT KURIOCITY A tech-savvy girl who harbours the passion for writing and aspires to be a Cancer ... Read More »

Go, grab your second chance

Writing a book is something Ponda-based Aditi Sukhthanker always envisioned and is glad she made it with her first. NT KURIOCITY  talks to her about ‘The Second Chance’ NT KURIOCITY The topic for her first book ‘The Second Chance’ hit Aditi Sukhthanker when she read certain incidences in newspapers reflecting the weak mental capacity of today’s youth as well as ... Read More »

Dhempe College orgnaises two-day IISER lecture series

NT KURIOCITY Dhempe College of Arts and Science, Miramar along with Dempo Higher Secondary School organised a two-day lecture series in association with IISER, Pune at Dhempe College for college students and at Vasantrao Dempo Higher Secondary School of Arts, Science and Commerce, Cujira for high schools and higher secondary school students. Speaking about the lecture series, principal of the ... Read More »

Kshitij 2018, a project expo held at DBCE

NT KURIOCITY Kshitij 2018, a project exposition, the first-of-its-kind in Goa, was inaugurated by Governor, Mridula Sinha at Don Bosco College of Engineering, Fatorda. Speaking on the occasion, Sinha remembered the martyrs on Kargil Diwas and urged students to work for the betterment of the nation. Elaborating on how Kshitij can set boundaries and also encourage people to dream, she ... Read More »