Thursday , 15 November 2018


Five destinations to visit right now

With cool breeze and calming wind, the rainy season is definitely one to make the most of. Here is a list of perfect getaways to bring in the monsoon magic Asian News International, New Delhi As it is time to bid farewell to the scorching heat of a long summer, it’s also the time to welcome the most awaited season. ... Read More »

World of food additives

Rohini Diniz Food preservation is one of the oldest technologies used by man and since ancient times various methods of processing have been used to prevent food spoilage and keep food through the lean seasons. Today, changing lifestyles have created a great demand for processed, ready-to-eat convenience foods which require less time to prepare than traditional home-cooked foods, and modern ... Read More »

Habits that will make you healthier and happier

Indo Asian News Service In today’s fast-paced life, following a healthy lifestyle may be a difficult task. However, adopting healthy habits is the key to achieving wellness. Do a physical activity for 45 minutes: Commit to spending a minimum of 45 minutes every day exercising. You don’t need to follow the same routine; just ensure that you work out every ... Read More »

Puppet on a Chain: Amsterdamned

RAMNATH N PAI RAIKAR | NT NETWORK Just a look at the list of films based on the novels written by the popular writer of thrillers and adventure stories, Alistair MacLean – ‘The Guns of Navarone’ (1961), ‘The Satan Bug’ (1965), ‘Ice Station Zebra’ (1968), ‘Where Eagles Dare’ (1968), ‘Fear Is the Key’ (1972), ‘Caravan to Vaccarès’ (1974), ‘Golden Rendezvous’ ... Read More »

From the wheelchair to the hockey field

Popularly known as ‘drag-flicker’ or ‘flicker Singh’,  former captain of Indian National Hockey team, Sandeep Singh under whose leadership India won the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup tournament after 13 years was down in Goa attending an event at a school in Nuvem. In conversation with NT BUZZ Sandeep spoke about the tragic incident that changed the course of his life ... Read More »

Flaunt your favourite poetry with Meer

Designer, Mrinalini Chandra for the first time has displayed her everyday wear silver jewellery collection titled ‘Meer’ at the on-going popup bazaar called Shower of Gifts at Vivanta by Taj, Panaji. Her designs of maang tikkas, earrings, necklace, bangles, brooch and others have been worn by Bollywood celebrities like Karishma Kapoor, Sonam Kapoor, Parineeti Chopra, Vani Kapoor, Huma Qureshi and ... Read More »

History of Indian curry

Zubin Dsouza Travelling through the United Kingdom is always a pleasure. I have never really come here for pleasure, it has almost always been a work associated trip. The short escapes from the confines of my kitchen however are extremely enjoyable. I enjoy the sheer beauty of the place; both the created and natural sceneries. I am totally in love ... Read More »

Say cheese!

Vir Sanghvi There are many wonderful foods that are part of the Indian tradition. But cheese is not one of them. Unlike many other societies that revere milk, India has no history of cheese making. In fact, one view has it that even paneer, that essential component of the vegetarian diet, was introduced to India by Europeans. We refused to ... Read More »

Goa’s story etched in stone

Sanjeev V Sardesai In Hindi there is a saying for the concept of trust and honour – ‘Patthar pe lakir’ or that ‘a person’s word, is a line drawn in stone’. Goa offers folk tales that inform us of the attribute of having clamed even the ferocious goddess Durga into a calm “Sri Shantadurga”. There are many enlightening experiences in ... Read More »

Talk on ‘Innovation and Technology in Indian Movement Arts’

NT BUZZ MOG Sundays is an initiative to bring to the public a series of talks, films and expressions from stalwarts of various creative fields, across the globe. The event curated by Subodh Kerkar is hosted every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Museum of Goa in Pilerne. This Sunday there will be a talk by Jayachandran ... Read More »