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Calcium wealth, skeletal health

Rohini Diniz   Our bodies go through many stages during our life cycle, but it always needs calcium. Many people have this mistaken belief that adults do not need calcium and hence stop drinking milk and eating other calcium rich foods, but in reality whatever your age may be you never outgrow your need for calcium.

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Achieving immortality through good cinema

  Danuska Da Gama I NT BUZZ   Miransha Naik looks like a teenage boy studying in college, or perhaps the more clichéd  guy who is enjoying his life. Looks are deceptive, but, on a serious note he is thoroughly enjoying his life, doing what he is most passionate about: making films and is very successful at it.

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Showbar: A gastronomically exquisite fare

Kuheli Bhattacharya Rane Showbar is a throwback to yesteryear theatres, and yet is in sync with today’s youth culture of gastro pubs. Welcome then to a place for the young and happening, but which wants to look like it belongs to the 70’s.

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Sattari: Heritage in Stone

Sanjeev Sardesai   After the impressive and scenic Arvalem precincts in Sanquelim, the route eastwards, takes us into the “land of a thousand greens” the Sattari Taluka. Besides being a ‘natural museum of extended heritage’, this land is blessed by a carpet of lush greenery.

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Encouraging people to engage in Art

As part of Museum of Goa’s (MOG) monsoon programme, the art venue will hold its first collaborative art session ‘MOG Create Saturday’ today between 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. at MOG, Pilerene.

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Bringing Kashmir before our eyes

Kashmir, the name conjures up either a picture of great beauty or grave distress. But going beyond the usual picture, we rarely care to find out more. In a bid to present the seldom spoken about aspect of the land of valleys, 6 Assagao, Museum Of Goa and Dogears Bookstore will collectively host ‘Kashmir Before Our Eyes’ from June 12. …

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Superstitions and food

By Zubin Dsouza Chefs are a weird lot. If you want to see them at their weirdest best then you really have to check them out in the midst of their parenting duties. Whilst most toddlers are learning about some cute little ducky and a cow called moo-moo, I was teaching my son about vampires and zombies. Things grew to …

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