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World of food additives

Rohini Diniz   The colour and appearance of a food greatly influences a consumer’s acceptability and the use of food colours in processed foods ensures just that. Please like & share: Read More »

Ten lifestyle changes for the season

The monsoon brings with it fever and infections. Make these 10 lifestyle changes to ensure that you stay healthy and disease-free this season Please like & share: Read More »

Let your kids play barefoot

Turns out children benefit a great deal by spending most of their time barefoot. It helps them develop fine motor skills and makes them better at jumping and balancing, scientists say. Please like & share: Read More »

Friday the 13th: The summertime killer

Ramnath N Pai Raikar | NT NETWORK It all started at the beginning of the 1980s, when ‘Friday the 13th’ (1980), a small budget film was released and went on to become a major hit. This success paved the way for a multi-million dollar horror franchise that comprised of twelve slasher films, a television show, novels, comic books, video games, ... Read More »

Rich Ruins in Netravali

Sanjeev V Sardesai In present times when we travel in Goa especially in the hinterlands, what we fail to realise is that these are the routes and pathways made as per convenience of the human raceand has changed the topography of the land. The traditional routes have almost been obliterated. If we observe the surroundings on our hinterland jaunts, we ... Read More »

Experience the French countryside with a twist

Nikki Ekstein | Bloomberg It’s usually a sense of old-world tradition that draws visitors to the French countryside: châteaux with impeccably preserved stucco and stone exteriors, lavender farms tended by families for generations, or Champagne houses in operation since the reign of Henry IV. This summer, all those charms are being married to exciting new developments — namely, exquisite hotel ... Read More »

Monthly saga of pain

Sujal Torgal Patil We are conditioned to believe menstruating is supposed to be a hush-hush affair. Furthermore, in the rigmarole of cultural impositions, emotional turbulences that follow after menarche and lack of proper awareness about menstrual periods, young girls develop an aversion towards this natural process right from the start and it becomes rather an imposition. 70 to 80 per ... Read More »

World of food additives

Rohini Diniz This week’s article acquaints the reader with the various food additives that help give processed foods and ready-to-eat foods the desired texture and mouth feel that they have. Emulsifers: These are a group of substances that are used to obtain a stable mixture of liquids that otherwise would not mix or which would separate quickly such as water ... Read More »

Exhale the stress in your life

Deepika Rathod Stress seems like a very small word but according to the American Medical Association it is the leading cause of over 60 per cent of all human diseases and health issues. A little stress is good for the body as it helps stimulate the body’s immune function. When the stress stays in the body and takes a toll ... Read More »

What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?: Deranged!

RAMNATH N PAI RAIKAR | NT NETWORK ‘What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?’ (1962), the psychologically driven black comedy – later dubbed the psycho-biddy subgenre – narrating the tale of two sisters sharing a dilapidated mansion, is remembered for the on-screen clash between the real-life, long-time intensely bitter rivals: Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. In fact, the film gave a ... Read More »