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Tips for a Cancer – Free 2015

By Luke Coutinho The year 2014 has turned out to be an extremely interesting year in the field of handling cancer. While it’s evident that the number of cancer cases are rapidly increasing and will only get worse in the coming years (as per WHO statistics), despite the advancement in medical care and technology, I would like to share some ... Read More »

Curtains Come Down on the 17th Exposition

The 17th Exposition of the sacred relics of St Francis Xavier comes to an end. Though the Jesuit priest died almost 450 years in China in 1552, he attracts people every ten years, when his remains are brought down for public veneration. The exposition of the sacred relics of St Francis Xavier began on November 22, 2014. The exposition, which ... Read More »

Planet of the nudes

Iam dreaming of the planet from which PK arrived. A planet where no one wears clothes.  A planet where there is no need to talk. They just hold hands and download thought files. Rajkumar Hirani was probably too busy hitting Hindu gods for a six to tell us more about PK’s planet. My guess is, it’s a boring nudist colony. ... Read More »

Starting off to a healthy New Year

BY ZUBIN D’SOUZA Well, we have all had our share of excesses and we all make the same promises that we made each year. I think that most people always include the ‘stay healthy, eat healthy’ clause in their New Year resolutions which are promptly broken pretty early in the year. Please like & share: Read More »

Sunburn and its story

By Danuska Da Gama I NT BUZZ   How Sunburn came about? Sunburn today has made it to the top five EDM festivals in the world. Well, it just didn’t happen overnight. Shailendra Singh made it all happen through meticulous work with a dedicated team. He recalls how few event organisers came up with the idea of starting a metal ... Read More »

The strange creatures called Chefs

By Zubin Mehta Chefs are strange creatures. They are fussy, fastidious, sensitive, egotistical and overbearing almost all the time. They are all pretty much eccentric and I guess that you have to be crazy to continue in a life that denies you days off, family time, sunrises or sunsets and pretty much anything that constitutes a life away from work. ... Read More »

Not Just Another Sweet Story

By Vir Sanghvi   Because I went to school in North India and had to eat things like paneer and rajma, I am accustomed to people making fun of Gujarati food. One Dusshera, when our school took us on a trip to Ahmedabad, a delegation of boys went to see the cook at the guesthouse we were staying at and ... Read More »

Let the light of festive joy shine through

By Kuheli Bhattacharya Rane Looking back at my childhood years festival times seem to shine out like brilliant twinkling stars in the distant past. Buying new clothes during Durga Puja, the colourful pinwheels whirling like crazy as we ran down the streets, the brilliantly decorated pandals, and the coming together of family, even as the last days of navratri drew ... Read More »