Thursday , 21 February 2019


Federation of Film Fraternity of Goa upset with Talak

NT BUZZ In light of the incidents that took place at Kala Academy on Thursday, the Federation of Film Fraternity of Goa expressed their displeasure over the conduct of the Vice Chairman of Entertainment Society of Goa Rajendra Talak. In a statement, the Federation stated that the Goan filmmakers strongly condemn the act of abusing the visiting delegates and extended ... Read More »

On the road to a safer Goa

Every year, the third Sunday of November is observed as World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims (WDR). NT BUZZ highlights the importance of being safe on the roads, to prevent accidents and save lives Danuska Da Gama I NT BUZZ Pandarinath Shirodkar was an international boxer. Due to financial constraints, he took up a part time job in ... Read More »

Lokotsav to move to Ponda

VENITA GOMES | NT BUZZ After 18 long years the Lokotsav festival is all set to move out of the capital city and will take place in Ponda taluka next year. The reason behind this move is to create a wider outreach for the festival. Speaking to NT BUZZ, Minister for Art and Culture, Govind Gaude said that they have ... Read More »

A space for ‘kidpreneurs’ of Goa

The second edition of The Kidpreneur Market, a pop-up market featuring young entrepreneurs, makers and innovators will be held on December 8. NT BUZZ finds more RAMANDEEP KAUR | NT KURIOCITY The Kidpreneur Market is where children and youngsters come together to become entrepreneurs, makers, designers and innovators for a day. The project was started by ‘The Other School-After-School Activities’, ... Read More »

Taking the teachings of Sai Baba to people

‘Sai Baba –The Universe’, a Hindi play by Chapora-based Devanand (Deva) Malavankar focuses on Sai Baba’s teachings. In conversation with NT BUZZ, Deva gives an insight into his play VENITA GOMES| NT BUZZ While there are several films, serials and plays based on Sai Baba, Devanand Malavankar has chosen to focus on his teaching and values in his upcoming play ... Read More »

Happy food

Zubin Dsouza Recently two Bollywood superstars tied the knot in what has definitely been touted as the big fat Indian wedding of the year! Doing away with the regular tradition of gifts and being showered with excesses, the couple made an appeal to all the invitees to instead use the money to support an organisation run by the bride. The ... Read More »

Brunchin by the seaside

After a hectic week, it’s a great idea to unwind for an elaborate Sunday Brunch at Taj Holiday Village Resort & Spa, relaxing by the sea-side, amidst greenery Danuska Da Gama Though Caravela translates to a ship developed in the 15th century built by the Portuguese, but here in Taj Holiday Village Resort & Spa the restaurant lets you explore ... Read More »

The god who resides on the peak

Sanjeev V Sardesai For the 100th article of ‘Unexplored Goa’, we take a journey to the Sri Chandranath-Bhutnath Temple at Paroda in Quepem Taluka, situated on the Chandranath hill, the third highest peak in Goa (about 350 metres above sea level). While the exact origin of this temple is not known, it hosts one of the most revered deities, Sri ... Read More »

Best destinations to visit in November

Wondering where to go on holiday in November? Check out these destinations around the world, and in India, you could vacation in. Who’s up for a vacation? Why wait till the year-end to plan a holiday? November can be a glorious month to travel – many destinations offer tempting discounts and the weather is good. Here is a list of ... Read More »

Traditional fats

Rohini Diniz Mustard oil (sarson ka tel) is extracted from mustard seeds (black, brown and white). It is commonly used in the cuisines of North and East India since ancient times. This reddish brown or amber coloured oil is prized for its characteristic flavour and has many benefits on human health. Mustard oil is rich in monounsaturated fatty acids, and ... Read More »