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The eclectic mélange

In an effort to showcase and promote art at a more national and international level, Carpe Diem will host an exhibition titled ‘Eclectics’. This multi media exhibition by nine artists from across the Indian subcontinent promises to give art lovers and enthusiasts an event to look forward to. The nine artists who are a part of this exhibition include:

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Trying hard to lose weight? Why not raise your resting metabolic rate?

Sarojini Jose A recent study conducted by three American institutions, the National Institutes of Health, Maryland, the Washington DC Veterans Affairs Medical Center and Towson University, Maryland, which followed 14 participants of a weight-loss competition found that after six years,

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Documenting the culture and the people of Goa

  ARTI DAS | NT BUZZ Getting to know one’s culture and history is an ongoing process. It requires research and dedication to get to know the authentic information. And when such information is based on our folk traditions and art then it is a more tedious process. It requires one to study oral traditions and local rituals to get …

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Jazz it up with Goa International Jazz Live Festival

International Jazz Live Festival (GIJLF) is set to take place on the weekend of November 26 and November 27 at the Stonewater Eco Resort. The GIJLF is part of Teamwork Arts’ Jazz India Circuit.It is being organised by Teamwork Arts, a highly versatile entertainment company, with roots in the performing arts, social action, and the corporate world.

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Creating unforgettable memories

Cynthia Lima Leitao Miranda might be known to few, but her works have surely been seen by several hundred people in Goa. With talent for making flowers, décor, accessories, her works have brightened up many a wedding. NT BUZZ delves more about her craft

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Hottest and spiciest soup in the world

Zubin D’souza   I was holed up in Hong Kong not so long ago when my stomach indicated that it was time for a meal. Now these indications are pretty commonplace in my situation with warning growls coming up every hour or thereabouts on the dot. So this time I really happened to be hungry because I had worked the …

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Learn the secrets of Lucknow’s legendary kababs with chef Ranveer Brar

Vir Sanghvi   Most of us know Ranveer Brar from TV; from the shows he did on Khaana Khazana (now Living Foodz) and most significantly, from the one season of Masterchef India which he judged. Because he is good-looking and personable, I suspect that many people regard him as a mere TV chef, who doesn’t really bother too much with …

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Panaji – A City Honours & Remembers Its Past

Sanjeev Sardesai   The most charismatic precincts, of Panaji city, lie in its central area—sprawling between the Panaji Church and the Panaji-Betim Ferry Wharf. Primarily, these areas make a wonderful itinerary for a walking tour of the city.

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Crimea: The once-preferred retreat of Russian Tsars has too much to offer

IANS, Yalta (Crimea) It’s a land that’s seen the Charge of the Light Brigade. It’s where the Big Three Met at the height of World War II to decide on the final contours of the conflict. It’s also been in the news for all the wrong reasons, but that hasn’t kept the tourists away from what was once the preferred …

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