By Sachin Chatte
In India, in the case of most actresses, marriage has acted as a deterrent to their career. Hence you will not find many actresses across the length and the breadth of the country that came on the scene when they were already married and yet rose to dizzy heights.Read More »
By Mini Ribeiro
The large selection of appetizers or mezze, which can prove to be a meal in itself, has always fascinated me. It is an eclectic mix of hot and cold foods - salads like Tabouleh, sauces or dips such as Hummus and Matoubal and patties like Sambouseks. Truly irresistible and I can never tire of it.Read More »
By Sinead McManus
Well I went home to Ireland to spend Christmas with my family and I love to brag about Goa and all the beautiful things I can get here, particularly the sunshine all year through.Read More »
What does success mean to you?
Success to me has always been a fulfillment of my hard work and commitment.
How do you cope with defeat?
I have learnt to take defeats in my stride, but I work harder to perform even better the next time.Read More »
By Nolan Mascarenhas
A series of some of the basic homemade photography essentials
Over the past year we have touched and delved into tips, tricks, lighting, composition, histograms, the list goes on. It’s been a great year and I have thoroughly enjoyed writing this column,Read More »
This year, cold wintry evenings in Goa will be different at the Goa Marriott Resort & Spa with the resort planning ‘Goan Nights’, a delightful culinary exercise at its Waterfront Terrace.Read More »
By Sonal Kalra
There are so many weird people in this world. As you read on, you may feel this sentence has no connection whatsoever with the topic, but patience rakh lo yaar. You’ll soon get to know why I am saying this.Read More »
By Anita Raheja and Heena Agarwal
Sanaya Irani, one of the most popular faces on TV since ‘Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon’, is the proud possessor of alluring looks and a lean body.Read More »
By Mini Ribeiro
Parathas too have undergone a makeover and some healthy and exotic fillings like spinach, green chanas, spring onions and paneer, have replaced the common ones. Yet, there is nothing like the traditional ones with a dollop of butter and curd or pickle.Read More »
By Joe Mascarenhas
A strange looking bird has found a nesting site and is well ensconced high up above the creek in Baga.Read More »