Saturday , 19 August 2017


Poems about life and letting go

After a memoir Rupali Mauzo Kirtani is all set to release her Konkani poetry collection ‘Malab Thav’ on Saturday, August 12 at Ravindra Bhavan, Margao. NT BUZZ speaks to the poet to find out more SACHI NAIK | NT BUZZ Poet and author, Rupali Mauzo Kirtani has tried her hands on both, poetry as well as prose, however she considers ... Read More »

Goa Governor inaugurates digital exhibition on Sardar Patel

NT BUZZ “Goan students should be taught about the lives and deeds of a stalwart like Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel and fictional characters like Sati Savitri,” said Goa Governor Mridula Sinha. She was speaking at the inauguration of the digital exhibition Uniting India: Sardar Patel held recently at the Goa Science Centre, Miramar. Sinha added that not just Sardar Patel, but ... Read More »

Girish Kasaravalli’s National Award Film Festival from August 18

Internationally acclaimed film maker Girish Kasaravalli has been hailed as one of the pioneers of parallel cinema. With 14 national awards and the Padma Shri to his credit, ESG will be paying homage to him with a four day film festival showcasing four of his masterpieces NT BUZZ The Entertainment Society of Goa is organising a Girish Kasaravalli’s National Award-winning ... Read More »

Fighting starvation

Zubin D’souza You know what they say about epiphanies – they occur under the strangest of circumstances and at the most unexpected of times. Mahatma Gandhi had his when he was unceremoniously escorted out of a first class train carriage despite having a valid ticket; St Paul formerly known as Saul was struck blind on his way to persecuting Christians ... Read More »

A vegetarian adventure for foodies

Kuheli Bhattacharya Rane A good food festival should be able to transport you the land from which the food originates, and that is what I was looking for when I attended the Rajasthani food festival at Grand Hyatt Goa. Bringing Rajasthan to Goa, especially during the auspicious month of Shravan is no mean task, for one part the cuisine is ... Read More »

Pernem – The land of martyrs

Sanjeev V Sardesai The passionate bond between the land of Pernem Taluka and the mighty Arabian Sea can be seen at the many scenic beaches here. A drive along the sunny coastline, on a holiday can be relaxation for your body. These beaches provide modern amenities at the picturesque shacks which serve a fare for everyone from the vegans to ... Read More »

Unexplored wildlife destinations in India

India is home to exotic wildlife and plants. Here are some of the offbeat wildlife sanctuaries to check out. Asian News International Wildlife is perhaps one of nature’s most precious gifts to humankind. Although, there are lots of places globally that are known for their exotic range of wildlife, India is home to some of the most magnificent creatures and ... Read More »

Are we eating enough vegetables?

Rohini Diniz India is a predominantly vegetarian country, but many of the vegetarian dishes that are consumed, with the exception of potato are prepared from ingredients that are not real vegetables. Recipes using pulses, sprouts, soya chunks, paneer, steamed gram flour sticks (gatte), papad pieces are considered as subzis or bhajis among many families. With the exception of milk, most ... Read More »

Simple tips for better workout

Taking the first step towards committing to eating healthy can be scary. But it needn’t be. Start off small by making tiny changes in your everyday life and habits. You don’t necessarily need a fancy gym membership or a personal nutritionist to get that killer body. Here are a few tips: A new snack each day: Hunger pangs and cravings ... Read More »

A Passage to India: Lean’s swan song

RAMNATH N PAI RAIKAR | NT NETWORK ‘A Passage to India’ (1984), a fitting epitaph to the brilliant cinematic career of legendary filmmaker, Sir David Lean, was an adaptation of the 1924 novel of the same name by equally luminous writer, E M Forster. It presented mythical India in the times of British colonisation, against the backdrop of Indian Independence ... Read More »

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