Monday , 19 March 2018


Jim Porto brings his Jazz to town

Brazilian jazz artiste, Jim Porto will perform at the International Centre Goa on Saturday, March 24. NT BUZZ brings the details NT BUZZ Bringing the upbeat and preppy music of Brazil to the Goan shores, the Brazilian jazz artiste, Jim Porto will be performing at the International Centre Goa (ICG) in an open-air, live concert on Saturday, March 24 as ... Read More »

Bite sized wonders

Janice Savina Rodrigues |NT BUZZ The Chinese have a way of enchanting the world, be it through their closed culture, or their booming electronics industry. Their food has been taking over plates of millions of foodies all over the globe, with every country or region adding their own bit of ‘tadka’ to make it more appealing to their palates. One ... Read More »

Foods and moods

Zubin Dsouza When we were young and did not have much going for us, I could always take solace in the world of comics. This was my world that I could slip into at any time. It was my succour and refuge. It contained my heroes that I aimed to become when I grew up and showed me fantastic places ... Read More »

A Walk around Margao’s Gardens – 2

Sanjeev V Sardesai A walk, especially in a garden, amongst fragrant flowers and sprouting new shoots, can be rejuvenating. A garden is a necessity within cities, as they act as breathing spaces and become the lungs of the city, amidst its day-to-day hustle bustle and increasing pollution. From the garden and going up to Our Lady of Grace Church or ... Read More »

Healthy eating for superwomen

Rohini Diniz Eliminate trans fats from your diet: Trans fats found in vanaspati, margarine, bakery products and foods that have been deep fried in oils that have been reheated are more atherogenic than saturated fats as they raise the levels of LDL cholesterol and triglycerides, lower levels of HDL cholesterol and appear to damage the cells lining the blood vessels, ... Read More »

Hatari!: The Great African safari

RAMNATH N PAI RAIKAR | NT NETWORK Filmed lavishly on exotic locations in northern Tanganyika – present day Tanzania – ‘Hatari!’ followed a slew of safari films like ‘King Solomon’s Mines’ (1950), ‘The African Queen’ (1951), ‘The Snows of Kilimanjaro’ (1952) and ‘Mogambo’ (1953). It is however unlike any of these safari films. The earlier safari movies utilised the spectacle ... Read More »

Learning to sing fado with Zest

  Maria Fernandes | NT   “Fado is the traditional Portuguese music genre that can be traced back to the early 1800s and has been a part of Goa’s music for over a century. It is a beautiful genre that is loved worldwide, even in non-Portuguese speaking cultures like Japan, Holland and others,” says Sonia. She adds that to decide ... Read More »

Cool Summer Glamour

By Meher Castelino With summer around the corner and the living getting easy on all fronts for the clothes that one chooses. Please like & share: Read More »

A trip down gluttony lane

Zubin Dsouza We all know that one person who eats the last slice of cake, and gulps down majority of the pizza that we were meant to share. And it is the same person who empties the entire bag of chips. Please like & share: Read More »

From a hill to springs and a cave in a city

Sanjeev V Sardesai Margao, though known as the commercial capital of Goa, may be considered as a cauldron of a rich past – history, heritage, global accomplishments, splendid architecture and natural assets. Driving into or through Margao, one comes across the aesthetic facades of palatial mansions as we proceed along the motorways and narrow lanes. Please like & share: Read More »

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