Friday , 24 February 2017


‘Make toilet a jealously item’

Jack Sim from Singapore on the concluding day of the Festival of Ideas spoke about the topic, ‘Creating a Global Movement for Sanitation’, in a most humorous fashion. He makes topics related to toilets funny, sexy and also toilet as a lifestyle choice which will make your neighbours burn with envy

  If you thought the word ‘toilet’ is about serious discussions and throwing big numbers in the air, then you should attend a lecture by Singapore based Jack Sim, founder BoP HUB, World Toilet Organisation. Sim who is also known as the Toilet Man, Please like & share: Read More »

Staging the good in life

Inspiration can strike from any quarter, and the story of former street kid Amin Sheikh, inspired Nalini Elvino de Sousa to create a play which will be staged at two locations in Goa. NT BUZZ found out more about the story that is set to inspire Please like & share: Read More »

Unhealthiest food in the world

Zubin Dsouza   When I spent part of my youth starving away in a corner of Mumbai, I had these fantasies of wanting to become a chef so I could ensure that I had two square meals a day. When I realised Elvis Presley died of multiple complications of which one in all probability could be overeating, I so wanted ... Read More »

The saga of good food in Saligao

Saligao, the land of foxes where people were nicknamed ‘kolle’, is a village that is steeped in stories of folklore and history. This village now has a unique restaurant Saligao Stories where you can dine and drink over stories, folklore and a relaxed atmosphere. Please like & share: Read More »

Monte Chapel – from assault point to music fest

Sanjeev Sardesai   After having traversed on feet, all over Old Goa’s Holy Hill and its large and beautiful edifices along the western boundary, let us now take a walk around the eastern precinct of Old Goa—located at a height and with one of the most stunning view of Old Goa and Divar Island. It is suggested that you drive ... Read More »

Thinking of vacationing in the winter? Europe is surely the place to be

Collin Rodrigues   Winters in Europe is known to be too cold, where temperatures drop below zero degrees. However, that is exactly what many tourists, who plan to travel to Europe during this time of the year, looks forward to experience. We take on a tour to London (UK), Paris (France) and Brussels (Belgium), and give you an insight as ... Read More »

Gluten: Friend or foe

Rohini Diniz   Among the many controversies plaguing the science of nutrition is gluten. While most health experts claim that gluten is safe for everyone except those who have celiac disease. There is a section of health experts that believe gluten is harmful. This article seeks to dispel the myths surrounding gluten. Please like & share: Read More »

Cancer: An awareness

Sujal Torgal Patil   Conventional cancer therapy aims at removing cancer cells and destroying the remaining cells through surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, endocrine therapies, biological therapies, etc. Ayurveda can help manage the cancer epidemic in many ways through prophylactic, palliative, curative and supportive therapy. Please like & share: Read More »

Love Story: Till death do us part

RAMNATH N PAI RAIKAR | NT NETWORK   One of the most romantic tragedies of all time, ‘Love Story’ (1970), which turned out to be a box office phenomenon upon its release, and has today achieved a cult status in the movie history books as well as among the audiences, had been dismissed by everyone as ‘failure material’ when it ... Read More »

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