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Best of fine dine and off-beat eateries in Dubai

Asian News International Over the years, Dubai has attracted globally-renowned restaurant brands and celebrity chefs. The country has also evolved in its taste and style of food, which is reflected in the recently held Dubai Food Festival (DFF), an annual citywide culinary celebration that shines a spotlight on the range of cuisines available throughout the city. From the most elite ... Read More »

Quepem-The palatial headquarter of new conquests

After the tiring walk up to the Chandranath Parvat, and viewing the Sri Chandranath Bhutnath Temple, with a dash of amazing sceneries of the coconut tree tops and the Arabian Sea, it is now time to roll back down to the base of the hillock, and proceed to Quepem. If we look back into history, till around 1773, Quepem was ... Read More »

A monsoon diet

Rohini Diniz After the long hot and humid summer the monsoon showers come as a respite to the heat. But along with it comes damp gloomy weather, flooding, seepage of sewage into drinking water pipes and proliferation of flies that result in contamination of food and water leading to food poisoning and other health hazards like respiratory and gastrointestinal infections. ... Read More »

Low-carb diet can be harmful, watch out for these signs

Soma Das While we all know that carbohydrates give us energy, many people think of it as fattening and unhealthy. As a result many people strike carbohydrates off the diet plan, and or go on a low-carbohydrate diet. Studies have also highlighted several benefits of going on a low-carbohydrate diet. Benefits of carbohydrates When we consume carbohydrates, the enzyme ‘amylase’ ... Read More »

The Children’s Hour: Production Code dilutes

RAMNATH N PAI RAIKAR | NT NETWORK ‘The Children’s Hour’ (1961), released as ‘The Loudest Whisper’ in the United Kingdom, was based on a famous 1934 play of the same name by Lillian Hellman. The play was partly inspired by an actual case in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1810. A pupil named Jane Cumming accused her schoolmistresses, Jane Pirie and Marianne ... Read More »

Tribute to ‘Chandni’ on wheels

To pay homage to Bollywood’s diva, the late Indian actress, Sridevi, Pune-based Bhavana Varma, Tonu Sojatia and Paridhi Bhati, diehard fans of the actress have done something out of the box to express their love. Please like & share: Read More »

Cultural tales told through art

The Baiga tribe from Umaria district of Madhya Pradesh found representation in Goa’s ‘Adi Rangam’ festival recently where a few members displayed their ancient art in the form of decorative products that speak of their rituals and connection with nature. Art Studio ‘Jundaiya Bai Baiga’ that promotes this art spoke to NT BUZZ and how they keep it alive. Please ... Read More »

Sreejith Jeevan From Kerala With Love

Meher Castelino When Sreejith Jeevan introduced his Rouka label (it means bodice in Malayalam) during the Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2014 Gen Next show it was evident that he was a designer to watch out for because of his unconventional fabric treatment and motifs. Please like & share: Read More »

65th National Award Winning Film Festival 2018 inaugurated

The inaugural function of the 65th National Award Winning Film Festival 2018 organised by Entertainment Society of Goa (ESG) in association with the Directorate of Film Festivals was held on Friday at ESG, Panaji. The festival will be open to public till June 7 at the Maquinez Palace. Please like & share: Read More »

Strange things in the food we eat

Zubin Dsouza Being of Goan heritage there is nothing that excites me more than a bite into a well made sausage. Sausages are magic, you never know what to expect and the results can be exhilarating or disastrous. Please like & share: Read More »