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Foods that heal (Part II)

Rohini Diniz This article gives a peek into a few more foods that have healing powers for various ailments.

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Abate arthritis pain in winters (Part II)

Deepika Rathod Last week we spoke about food that can be used or consumed to reduce arthritis pain. In this edition we will learn about food that should be avoided in order to reduce inflammation. Patients may have different tolerance levels for various foods, so it’s not possible to recommend a single diet across the board. But here are a …

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Get healthy India

Luke Coutinho Last night I googled a couple of things- best exercises for weight loss, best diets for weight loss, how to treat cancer, how to build immunity, how to look younger, how to improve your sex drive, pilates, yoga, marathons, HIIT? What burns fat? I got an average of 3 crores 26 lakh results. There are so many opinions …

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Ryan’s Daughter: A misunderstood epic

RAMNATH N PAI RAIKAR | NT NETWORK ‘Ryan’s Daughter’ (1970), a film directed by legendary filmmaker, David Lean originated from screenwriter Robert Bolt’s idea to make a film starring Sarah Miles based on the 1856 novel by Gustave Flauber – ‘Madame Bovary’. Lean however read the script and said that he did not find it interesting, further suggesting to Bolt …

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Why we should never force our spiritual beliefs on other people

Luke Miller “A journey is a person in itself; no two are alike. And all plans, safeguards, policing, and coercion are fruitless. We find that after years of struggle that we do not take a trip; a trip takes us.” ~John Steinbeck

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Self-sustenance with kitchen gardens

ARTI DAS | NT BUZZ ‘Eat your garden’ is a catchy phrase coined by the Botanical Society of Goa (BSG) for its annual home gardening competition. This phrase, in a very smart way speaks about vegetable kitchen gardens, which are organic.

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Propagating cohesiveness through stylised art

Naguesh Rao Sardessai ‘Through The Eyes of a Goat’ is Mohan Naik’s latest offering of paintings on display at Carpe Diem Art Gallery at Majorda. A name to reckon with in the art circle today, it was Mohan who made the idea of living solely off earning through the sale of art fashionable in Goa several years back. Presenting his unique …

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Indian drapes

MEHER CASTELINO Do you wear your sari in the normal traditional way? Well, be more adventurous; try different ways to drape a sari. The lady who has researched on the saris of India and its 108 drapes is Rita Kapur Chishti who is a renowned textile scholar, co-author and editor of ‘Saris of India’ volumes and the previously published ‘Saris …

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Are today’s single malts the same as the sort created centuries ago?

Vir Sanghvi Over a month ago, I went to a whisky dinner at Bombay’s Trident Hotel. Most whisky dinners tend to be boring affairs, where pompous middle-aged men who know nothing about whisky brag about their knowledge of single malts, drink far too much and then stagger out of the dining room, with their embarrassed wives helping guide them to …

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Home away from home

Mrugaya eco resort at Amboli is the perfect example of living in harmony with nature and soaking in the quiet which a regular city dweller is desperate for. NT BUZZ explores more about the pristine resort

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