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Vignettes from Goa

Danuska Da Gama I NT BUZZ Song Sung Blue’, by author Savia Viegas, with graphic detailing is a story of fiction, but, it paints a realistic picture. Viegas’ speciality has always been that of using social undercurrents and issues that are generally hidden, to form the basis of a story in Goa, a Goa which has undergone change and continues ... Read More »

Tribute concert to Queen of Fado

Fadista Sonia Shirsat along with a cast and crew under the banner of Fado de Goa, presented a concert ‘A Tribute to the queen of Fado’, to make the 20th death anniversary of fadista Amalia Rodrigues. Musicians Allan Abreu, Carlos Menezes and Orlando de Noronha accompanied the troupe. Please like & share: Read More »

Wild, wild app

WildTrails, a Bengaluru-based app launched about two years ago, gives you complete details of sightings of all species across most of the top national parks and reserves in India, reports NT BUZZ Please like & share: Read More »

Looking back at Goa

Armando Santana Pereira’s book ‘Looking back and forth’ will be released on February 17 at Sernabatim at the hands of social activist and freedom fighter (MARG Trust), Gurunath Kelekar. Please like & share: Read More »

A meal to remember

Danuska Da Gama I NT BUZZ Dining with your best friend after over a year had to be a special moment to celebrate. Please like & share: Read More »

My hunt for rare ingredients

Zubin D’souza Almost everyone knows that the greatest con perpetrated on our planet has to be Valentine’s Day. We know that it is unnecessary, wasteful and bothersome yet we continue to play on. Please like & share: Read More »

The Convent & Fortress of Cabo, Dona Paula: The Palace

Sanjeev V Sardesai After previously going over the brief journey of the earlier existing convent at the Raj Bhavan, and the establishing at this exquisite promontory, let us now take a stroll through the majestic precincts of the official eesidence of the Governor.  Please like & share: Read More »

Discovering Seoul’s soul

Stepping into Seoul is like taking a trip back into the past as well as peeking into the future. Even through fleeting first glimpses of this sprawling city, the juxtaposition of the old and the new becomes starkly visible to the first-time visitor Please like & share: Read More »

Defining Goa’s essence

American anthropologist Robert S Newman’s new books ‘Goan Anthropology: Mothers, Miracles and Mythology’ and ‘Goan Anthropology: Festivals, Films and Fish’ strive to define Goan culture, and also showcase how Goa is in fact much more rooted in Indian culture than is acknowledged. In a tête-à-tête with the author Please like & share: Read More »

Cookware

Rohini Diniz Stone cookware or kalchattis: These are cooking vessels that are traditionally used in South India. Please like & share: Read More »