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Health is wealth

 By Joe Mascarenhas
It is often stated that ‘Health is wealth’, but, perhaps our jaded palates do find it a trifle difficult to enjoy a salad or an organic main course with relish.

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Over the grills

By Christabelle Coutinho
Half the thrill of dining al fresco at Rego’s Grills derives from its spine-tingling proximity to the roaring Arabian Sea; the other half is wrought by the anticipation of being catered to by a legend, the Big Daddy of Goan cuisine – Chef Urbano Rego, and the knowledge that this could very well be one of the finest meals you’ve enjoyed in a long time.

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Understanding Aggression in Dogs – II

By Elizabeth Abraham
In the last article of this two-part series on understanding aggression in dogs, I talked about the different kinds of aggression. In this article, I will look at preventing aggressive behaviour and some of the myths and fallacies surrounding the subject.

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The One Hit Wonders – I

They were all one hit wonders – bands and singers who came with a bang and vanished without a whimper. While the success of many of these singers was because their songs came at an appropriate time, for example,

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Haute looks for hot days

THE LONG AND SHORT OF IT
Frustration often leads one to get their hair chopped off, but who says you gotta look like a boy? If you are considering shortening your hair, there are many many options available in the hands of a good stylist.

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Piecemeal art

By Anuradha Das | NT BUZZ
By profession he is a marine engineer with a post graduate degree in nuclear engineering. He has served as an officer in the Indian Navy. But today he carries the distinction of being India’s only paper collage artist who has taken the art of papier colle to a new level.

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Twin Delights of the Fashion World

By Iris Gomes | NT BUZZ
Riddhi and Siddhi Mapxencar are daughters of Goan soil, who are well on their way to the zenith of the fashion world.

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A treasure unfolds

By Joe Mascarenhas
As a child I was always fond of treasure hunts and it was a real thrill to find the treasure after solving all the clues. As we grow wiser, age is just a number my friends, we’re still on the lookout for culinary treasures.

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Mumbai Calling

By Jonathan Sequeira
It was 5:30pm, but the slow local to CST wasn’t crowded as usual. Ben was three stations away from his station, Sion. Being Thursday gave him the advantage of fewer crowds.

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A visit to the heart of Palolem Beach

By Sinead McManus
When I stepped off my first flight to India eight years ago, a holidaymaker back then, fresh with stories of exotic locales, sunny beaches and swaying palms,

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