Tuesday , 19 March 2019


Homeopathy: A revolutionary natural medical science

Homeopathy is an alternative method of treatment based on the nature’s law of cure, namely ‘Like Cures Like’. The law was discovered by scientist Samuel Hahnemann in 1796, and has been verified experimentally and clinically for 200 years. In a chat with NT BUZZ well experienced homeopath Vishal Verenkar of AIS Clinic talks about it being a gentle and effective ... Read More »

Sula Fiesta

BY Sinead McManus Wine, music and food collided in a spectacular show at the annual SulaFest in Nasik. We are truly India’s hedonistic paradise. There’s no other place that can beat Goa when it comes to a no-holds barred non-stop party. It’s possible and has been done. Yet a change of scene is always exciting. Electronic Dance Music (EDM) has ... Read More »

A lifetime experience is few steps away

BY DURGADAS PARAB “We have climbed their highest peaks and crossed their most difficult passes, but still they keep their secrecy and reserve, remaining remote, mysterious and spirit-haunted.” These are few lines about Himalayas from author Ruskin Bond, for whom this mountain range is very close to his heart. Most of the Goans who  are far away from these wonderful ... Read More »

A cup full of wonders

BY DEEPIKA RATHOD Green tea has increasingly become a very popular drink worldwide because of its immensely powerful health benefits. It is amazing, what green tea can do for your health. And if you’re not drinking green tea today, you’re definitely not doing a big favour to your health. The useful parts of green tea are the leaf bud, leaf, ... Read More »

Hyperacidity and its management

BY SUJAL PATIL TORGAL One is likely to suffer from a digestive upset easily than any other health issue in today’s era, the reason being our faulty eating habits. Its either anorexia, hyperacidity, bloating or constipation, but everybody seems to have one or more of these issue so often that it is considered normal and over a period of time ... Read More »

Raghu Rai: The man behind the lens

Veteran photojournalist and photographer, Raghu Rai has played an important role in defining the role of photojournalist in the country. His pictures do not only tell reality but also forces the onlooker to ponder about. In conversation with NT BUZZ he speaks about his exhibition in Goa, his love for black & white photography, Mother Teresa, Dalai Lama and the ... Read More »

A day in the life of a chef

BY ZUBIN D’SOUZA With reality TV and their realistic appearing scripted shows and the sudden explosion of chefs on the mass media scenes, people are beginning to have a more and more skewed opinion of how a chef’s life really is. I have seen a disturbing trend; it has just happened to me a couple of times but people have ... Read More »

Second looks, second chances, second helpings

BY VIR SANGHVI And so after another frenzied bout of travelling, here are some of my impressions of the places I’ve eaten at over the last fortnight. I’ll start with Gurgaon because I briefly mentioned chef Ramon Saito in my piece on chorizo last week. Some months ago, I’d done a massive hatchet job (their phrase, not mine) on Spectra ... Read More »

A Nest over the Beach

NT NETWORK Goa has always been ‘Location Tourism’ for those who want to spend good time in the lap of nature, soothing their nerves and losing themselves in the enchanting surroundings, which includes hills, backwaters and beaches. In order to provide more novel experiences as well as quality services to the tourists as well as the locals, the hospitality industry ... Read More »

Trick or Treatment

BY BINA PUNJANI When it comes to hair horror, it’s not just restricted to Halloween! We expose our hair to many things that can make its quality deteriorate. Heat, water quality, incorrect or low quality products, chemicals, pollution, humidity, rainfall, colouring, straightening, styling products or even age, all of them can impact your hair in different ways. Regular care and ... Read More »