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Junior master chefs of Goa

Kuheli Bhattacharya Rane Dheer Madan: Dheer knew he wanted to cook from the age of five, he was so interested in cooking and baking that he joined a cooking class in third standard and since then has attended quite a few classes in Goa.

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Panaji – A City Honours & Remembers Its Past (Part IV)

Sanjeev Sardesai   During our journey into the city of Panaji, we must acknowledge that this city was also a host to many a royal residences, as well as for some world famous landmarks. Let us continue our journey and experience these aspects of the city, first-hand!

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With help from the state government, exploring Manipur just got easier

Ashish Mishra | IANS   It’s raining good news for travel junkies who have been wanting to explore Manipur in its raw and pristine form. Manipur’s Tourism Department, in collaboration with private players, has come up with an innovative idea to attract more holidaymakers: state-funded homestays in far-flung corners of the Indian northeastern state.

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Eat to beat menopausal blues

Rohini Diniz With the onset of menopause, blood cholesterol levels are likely to elevate and are an important risk factor for the development of heart disease. Foods such as oats, barley flaxseeds, methi seeds and garlic contain soluble fibre and other specific substances that have cholesterol lowering properties and should be included in the diet.

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An overview of diabetes in ayurveda

Sujal Torgal Patil Long-term complications of diabetes develop gradually. Conventional medicine believes the longer one has diabetes and the less controlled one’s blood sugar is, the higher is the risk of complications.

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Foods that reduce platelet count

Deepika Rathod   Sometime ago we discussed foods that help increase platelet count which in turn helps patients suffering from dengue or any other condition. Let’s also throw light on foods that help reduce platelet count or platelet aggregation.

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The Blue Lagoon: Island of innocence

RAMNATH N PAI RAIKAR | NT NETWORK Rarely do remakes of any film become more popular than the original production. ‘The Blue Lagoon’ (1980) is one of such films which far surpassed the popularity and success of the Black and White silent film,

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A brown woman in a ‘white first world’

Indian Australian writer Roanna Gonsalves, released her first book at the opening of ongoing Goa Arts and Literary Festival (GALF) 2016. Titled ‘The Permanent Resident’, the collection of short stories illustrates the life of those who have moved to the more advanced countries, in search of greener pastures. NT BUZZ speaks to her about her writing and more Janice Rodrigues| …

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Laxman Pai conferred with the Gomant Vibhushan Award

NT BUZZ Gomant Vibhushan Award 2015-2016, the highest civilian award in the state was presented by the Directorate of Art and Culture to veteran artist Laxman Pai for his contribution in the field of art on Friday at Dinanath Mangeshkar Kala Mandir, Kala Academy, Panaji. The award was presented to Laxman Pai by Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar in the presence …

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When mystical nature comes alive on canvas

NT BUZZ Forms of nature merging to form an image that takes the viewer on a deeper spiritual journey, the canvasses in the exhibition come alive, with vibrancy. ‘Occult’ as the exhibition is named brings together six artists, all based in Indore, to showcase their attempt at transcendental side of nature. “Our works have a very ethereal feel about them; …

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