Sunday , 24 March 2019


Food of the gods

Zubin Dsouza The age of exploration was a fine time indeed. Companies were being set up with the intent to explore far off civilisations and bring home their riches. Please like & share: Read More »

Do it right at Divo

Divo Café & Bar threw open its doors on the busy Calangute-Baga road recently. With great music and food that caters to various tastes, it offers favourites from around the world along with some classics too Please like & share: Read More »

FORT AGUADA: The majestic unconquered fort of Goa

Sanjeev V Sardesai The Fort Aguada is undoubtedly one of the most important edifices in Goa, with its imposing fortifications, standing on the ridge of the Sinquerim hillock, overlooking the expansive Arabian Sea, while guarding the entrance of the River Mandovi. It also has the distinction of being known as the ‘Unconquered Fort of Goa’. Please like & share: Read More »

Five things you should know about Romania

Agence France-Presse Romania, which takes over the rotating EU presidency in January for the first time since it joined the bloc in 2007, is a former communist country with a population of 20 million. It is also known as a breeding ground for film-makers, hackers and a travel destination prized by Prince Charles. Please like & share: Read More »

Weight maintenance resolutions

Rohini Diniz Emotional eating triggered by negative emotions are the biggest threat to our weight and waistlines. Here are some self-help tips to help you overcome emotional eating and maintain your weight. Please like & share: Read More »

Starting on a healthy note

Deepika Rathod These days there’s a trend going on where one needs to pop supplements to stay healthy, be it multivitamins, calcium, vitamin D, iron, etc. In certain cases a supplement is of utmost important but in cases where it can be avoided one must consider its food substitute. Please like & share: Read More »

The Role of Scriptures on the Spiritual Path

Sadhguru Q: What is the role of scriptures for a spiritual seeker? There is something called knowledge, which is an accumulated mass of memory, and there is something called knowing, which is sheer perception of life. Knowledge is just your conclusion about life. If you come to a conclusion about life from accumulated knowledge, it becomes prejudiced knowledge. It will ... Read More »

ManU mania – Mackbert crowned biggest fan

Anjuna-based Mackbert Fernandes was recently declared the biggest Manchester United Fan in India at a contest organised by Apollo Tyres in association with Maruti Suzuki Devil Circuit. In a chat with NT BUZZ Mackbert spoke about his love for the ‘Red Devils’ Please like & share: Read More »

Let the sarees make some noise!

Danuska Da Gama I NT BUZZ Unique to India, the saree of the sub continent is as diverse as its people. From the weave, and drape, to material and work, sarees are not just symbolic of a region, but is one that ‘personifies’ the adorned. Call it elegant, graceful, sexy, traditional, or modern – it is a garment that has ... Read More »

X’Mas fervour in South Goa

South Goa in particular has been known for making cribs and decor for Christmas that attracts people from various parts of Goa. NT BUZZ gets you a few glimpses … Please like & share: Read More »