Sunday , 24 March 2019


Tudors on the Tube

By Christabelle Coutinho
The Emmy-award winning series on the British Tudor Dynasty offers us several lessons, apart from also spicing up the weekends. 
The Tudors
9:30pm-10:30pm (Saturday and Sunday)
Zee Studio
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Young Artists Display a lot of Promise

By Naguesh Roa Sardessai
Four young artists are currently showing their works at an exhibition titled ‘Chaturang’ at the Goa Kala Academy’s Art Gallery.
Sneha Vadkar, Raksha Naik, Sagar Chari and Ramchandra Shet Narvekar have put up some of their selected works produced on canvas and paper. Each individual artist has worked on his/her strong points and is preoccupied with his/her conceptual reality.
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Gyanbab’s road to the Oscar

By Troy Rebeiro
With National Award winning film ‘The Good Road’ made by Goan director Gyan Correa being chosen as India’s official entry to the Oscars, all proud Goans will now be singing “atta tu Oscaraak voita, Gyan baba, ammka saiba, waat dakav re.† 

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Konkani Chilly Fry

By Derek Almeida
Not everyone is blessed with talent for cooking. It is inborn. You either have it or you don’t. Some acquire the skill through years of practice, but the dishes so prepared are nowhere like the one prepared by cooks with passion and instinct.

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Let your palate lounge…

By Joe Mascarenhas
Yes it is a classy Lounge bar, by far one of the best in North Goa with aesthetic interiors, and with Chef Prakyath at the helm of culinary affairs the food is bound to be a ‘touch of class‘.

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A Not So Festive Season for Dogs

Elizabeth Abraham
The monsoons are at their fag end and the festival season that began with Ganesh Chaturthi will go on till New Year.  One can literally hear the arrival of the season from the loud sounds of the firecrackers.

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A Light in the Darkness

By Anuradha Das | NT BUZZ
Alzheimer’s is a cruel disease. It does not affect a person, it affects a family, it affects a friend, a community, a society. When Alzheimer’s makes its presence felt two worlds are forever separated;
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