Sunday , 21 April 2019


Yell, Shout, Run, Tell says ‘UDANT’

MARIA VIENCY CARDOZO Nikita (name changed), a sixth standard student sat silently in class, alone, aloof, lost, inattentive. She had no friends.  The classroom was teeming with students and hence her lonely solitary existence failed to lift eyebrows. But this changed when her school organised a talk for young students through the NGO Udant.  Please like & share: Read More »

Goa Marathi Film Festival to entertain from July 17

The 8th Goa Marathi Film Festival organised by Vinsan World which will be held from July 17 to July 19 at Kala Academy, Inox and Maquinez Palace, Panaji, is creating opportunities for budding screen writers. The festival will witness the launch of a competition titled ‘Goa Film Festival Screenwriters Point.’ Please like & share: Read More »

Dupatta Directions

Meher Castelino The dupatta is an integral part of a lady’s wardrobe and when she wears a salwar, kameeze, churidar, lehenga and choli it is draped in several ways to highlight the look of the complete ensemble. Here are some styles and drapes that can create a change in the way a dupatta is worn. Please like & share: Read More »

Fall in ‘Love’ with food

Danuska Da Gama I NT BUZZ The menu of Love – a restaurant that overlooks the sea on one side and swimming pool on the other, at The Park, Calangute has undergone a change. Please like & share: Read More »

A couple of Indian ingredients that you should experiment with

By Zubin D’souza I always look at my career with pride. It has filled my belly with the nicest possible foods, taken me places and got me in touch with the craziest folks imaginable. I have travelled the world, enjoyed exotic and absolutely gross stuff and food has never ceased to amaze me. I know that there are amazing food ... Read More »

A tryst with Goan snacks at Bombay Cafe

Lawrie Colaco Margao, the commercial capital of Goa, attracts a lot of people from the surrounding villages of Salcete, and the other talukas of South Goa. The lanes connecting to the New Market or the Gandhi Market present a mammoth task in term of navigating them. Vendors sell clothes, food, plants, and daily consumables, basically everything a Goan household needs, ... Read More »

Dandeli: Ultimate weekend getaway

ARTI DAS | NT BUZZ There’s always an issue when it comes to deciding about weekend getaways. Even though there are many options, but finding one destination that offers both relaxation and adventure in two days is difficult. Please like & share: Read More »

Salalah, an oasis paradise

Aneesha Singh | NT BUZZ This monsoon get out of your homes and enjoy nature at its verdant best, not here in Goa, but in the Middle East ! Please like & share: Read More »

Being immune to Rainy Ills

Sujal Patil Torgal Monsoons reveal the true magnificence and glory of Mother Nature. Be it freedom from the scorching sun, the sheer abundance of greener or the elevation of moods, we all have our reasons for loving the rains. But an important reason to dislike this season is its ability to make our body and mind vulnerable to anything and ... Read More »

Eat healthy, grow your own veggies

The conversion from industrial or chemical agriculture to organic agriculture is not merely replacement of synthetic insecticides and fertilizers with natural ones but it is actually a complete “conversion” of one’s set of beliefs. After all poison-free vegetables are an important consideration when thinking of healthy food for oneself or one’s family, specially the children Please like & share: Read More »