Saturday , 20 October 2018


Popularising Goan folk dance and music

NT BUZZ In a bid to promote Goan folk dance and music, the Directorate of Art and Culture, Government of Goa in collaboration with Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR), Goa and Shree Nagesh Maharudra Bhajani Mandal, Curca will organise a musical dance performance of Goan folk dance music and songs by Saraswati Kala Mandal, Kelbai, Curti Ponda, on July ... Read More »

Goa celebrates Sangodd

NT BUZZ Feast of saints, Peter and Paul was celebrated with great fervor in Goa with the Sangodd at Candolim and Assolna on June 29, 2018. As per the annual tradition, ‘Sangodd’ was celebrated with the village residents sailing colourfully decorated boats ride in the nearby water bodies. The festival is predominantly celebrated by the fisher folk community. Every year ... Read More »

Culinary world has lost a luminary

Zubin Dsouza I always heard the term collective sympathy but chose to ignore it. I have Asperger’s syndrome and consequently emotions are very alien to me. Don’t get me wrong; I feel sad in times of cataclysmic events or human catastrophe. I feel outrage when people get bullied or exterminated in acts of genocide. It is just that, in most ... Read More »

Propelling Goa’s culinary voyage

Janice Savina Rodrigues | NT BUZZ   Every establishment, big or small, always aims at keeping abreast with the changing market trends and bettering themselves with every passing season. The Taj group is one such corporate entity that keeps pushing itself to innovate and bring the best to the people who visit their properties. And in keeping with this the ... Read More »

Etching, carving & bubbling in Goa

Sanjeev V Sardesai The opulence of the Goan hinterlands cannot be put into words, but have to be experienced. The scintillating combination of the colours in nature, the voluptuousness in the chiselled carvings in stone and granite, the architectural finesse and harsh terrain boast the making of a great memory! As detailed in the earlier articles, Rivona or ‘Rishi Van’ ... Read More »

Five destinations to visit right now

With cool breeze and calming wind, the rainy season is definitely one to make the most of. Here is a list of perfect getaways to bring in the monsoon magic Asian News International, New Delhi As it is time to bid farewell to the scorching heat of a long summer, it’s also the time to welcome the most awaited season. ... Read More »

World of food additives

Rohini Diniz Food preservation is one of the oldest technologies used by man and since ancient times various methods of processing have been used to prevent food spoilage and keep food through the lean seasons. Today, changing lifestyles have created a great demand for processed, ready-to-eat convenience foods which require less time to prepare than traditional home-cooked foods, and modern ... Read More »

Habits that will make you healthier and happier

Indo Asian News Service In today’s fast-paced life, following a healthy lifestyle may be a difficult task. However, adopting healthy habits is the key to achieving wellness. Do a physical activity for 45 minutes: Commit to spending a minimum of 45 minutes every day exercising. You don’t need to follow the same routine; just ensure that you work out every ... Read More »

Puppet on a Chain: Amsterdamned

RAMNATH N PAI RAIKAR | NT NETWORK Just a look at the list of films based on the novels written by the popular writer of thrillers and adventure stories, Alistair MacLean – ‘The Guns of Navarone’ (1961), ‘The Satan Bug’ (1965), ‘Ice Station Zebra’ (1968), ‘Where Eagles Dare’ (1968), ‘Fear Is the Key’ (1972), ‘Caravan to Vaccarès’ (1974), ‘Golden Rendezvous’ ... Read More »

From the wheelchair to the hockey field

Popularly known as ‘drag-flicker’ or ‘flicker Singh’,  former captain of Indian National Hockey team, Sandeep Singh under whose leadership India won the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup tournament after 13 years was down in Goa attending an event at a school in Nuvem. In conversation with NT BUZZ Sandeep spoke about the tragic incident that changed the course of his life ... Read More »