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Beauty is skin deep

Rohini Diniz Most of us are born with healthy, supple skin. However, as we age our skin loses its glow and becomes less able to cope with everyday wear and tear. The good news is that although healthy skin is partly due to your genes, there is a lot that we can do to make our skin look glowing and …

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Lively Liver

Deepika Rathod The liver is one of the five eliminatory organs in our body and we barely take any care of this precious organ. The liver is involved in many metabolic activities that take place in our body – the nutrients from the food that we eat are stored in liver and then supplied to the cells and other body …

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Learning the healthy approach with Darryl D’Souza

Maria Fernandes | NT It was a proud moment as The Navhind Times celebrated its 75th workshop on November 3 at Dempo House, Panaji. Since its inception in 2011, these workshops have become a regular feature and are organised once a month. The workshops which are usually held on a Sunday have no fee involved, thus making it possible for …

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Feeding the Dead

Zubin D’souza While most of the civilised world gears up for Halloween with slasher films and horror themed decorations, there are many who have forgotten the true significance of this season. Since the very ancient times, civilisations believed that during this period the gates to the underworld were opened briefly and allowed souls to travel into the world of the …

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The taste of childhood: Chaat

Not only is everyone’s choice of chaat determined by the city they grew up in, there are also few absolute standards for judging what constitutes good chaat Vir Sanghvi Last week’s article was about a trip to Bangalore. The trip was about a search for the country’s best street food, a quest that has taken me to many Indian towns …

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Brushing up on handwriting

At 22, Clacia Pereira from Cuncolim is all set to hold a workshop on brush calligraphy on Sunday, November 10. The young artist talks to NT BUZZ about how calligraphy is catching up, and more Danuska Da Gama | NT BUZZ As a child, Clacia Pereira was always inclined towards art. With a love for colours and creating shaded effects, …

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A grave matter

Danuska Da Gama | NT BUZZ From digging graves, removing the remains and cleaning them, and also maintaining the graves, a grave digger does a lot of important work. But never gets any recognition. “It’s a thankless job. Normally he will not even find a mention in the vote of thanks list which usually includes priests, doctors, nurses, choir, relatives …

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A kaleidoscope of films

This year, some of the films that have generated a lot of buzz in the international circuits such as ‘Parasite’, ‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire’, and ‘Synonyms’ will be screened under the Festival Kaleidoscope section of the International Film Festival of India. Festival Kaleidoscope showcases critically acclaimed films made by eminent contemporary filmmakers, which have won numerous accolades in …

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Goa gets set for beats of Africa

The rhythmic sounds of Africa will echo through Goa in a sensational live concert this November. Led by Goa’s Aldrin Soares and Neil Ribeiro, Lumberjack is bringing Africa’s best to India with James Jozee and The Gogosimo Band, live on stage at The Panjim Gymkhana on November 15, 2019. The Afro Experience promises a fabulous evening with exquisite gourmet food …

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Understanding permaculture

Saraya Cafe & Eco-Stay, Sangolda is all set to host a workshop on introduction to permaculture with Rico Zook from November 3 to 10,  9 a.m. to 6 p.m. The one week hands-on course is a broad and comprehensive introduction to permaculture, as well as an introduction to how we learn. Zook will be assisted by Mohnish Lahir and Zora …

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