Tuesday , 13 November 2018


Bhowani Junction: One upon a time in India

RAMNATH N PAI RAIKAR | NT NETWORK In 1955, MGM Studios decided to make a film based on a novel by John Masters called ‘Bhowani Junction’, which was published a year earlier. The novel is set in 1946, as the British are facing increasing ‘independentist’ pressure in India. The book is a part of a series of historical novels set ... Read More »

‘IPTA is my home, my family’ Sulabha Arya

Indian actress Sulabha Arya known for her role in series ‘Yeh Jo Hai Zindagi’ and of a scandalised Kantaben in ‘Kal Ho Na Ho’ or the much appreciated ‘Ventilator’ performed in the Hindi play recently staged during the Kalarang 2018. In this chat with NT BUZZ she speaks about her affection for the Indian People’s Theatre Association (IPTA) and her ... Read More »

‘Music is all about expression’ says Vipin Patwa

Music director and composer, Vipin Patwa who is one of the emerging music directors of Bollywood films for the present generation was in Goa recently. In conversation with NT BUZZ he speaks about Goan music scenario and more RAMANDEEP KAUR | NT BUZZ   Young music director and composer Vipin Patwa who composed music for Bollywood films like the Randeep Hooda ... Read More »

Food cravings and what they signify

Zubin Dsouza The common curse for every man on the cusp of fatherhood has nothing to do with the impending financial disaster, prenatal yoga or finding the right gynaecologist. It is something that is much more plebian or common than that. Every man’s worst nightmare is to be woken up by his significant other and narrated another food craving that ... Read More »

Chandor – The ancient capital

Sanjeev V Sardesai Goa has always been the centre for not only the number of tourists visiting here in the present era, but also of kings and powerful dynasties for centuries. Many of these dynasties have left their imprint on this land and these are valuable heritage assets of this State. Among many of these heritage sites in Goa, one ... Read More »

Brussels is gorgeous during spring: Here are 6 best places to visit

Asian News International, New Delhi If you want to experience Mother Nature in all her glory, Brussels is where you need to be. Sunbeams pierce the sky while birds chirp, spring has arrived in Flanders. The capital in particular comes alive with floral beauty. Here are six of the best locations to discover Brussels: Meise Botanical Garden: Just outside of ... Read More »

Grains – Make the right choice

Rohini Diniz Grains have been a part of the human diet for about 10,000 years and there are a variety of grains that form the staple diets of people in different parts of the world. In India grains contribute to about 60 to70 per cent of total food intake supplying about 70 per cent of the total energy requirements of ... Read More »

Add a dash of watermelon to your summer

Etti Bali What could one love more than a big juicy slice of watermelon in the peak of summers? An assortment of drinks, coolers and other edibles made out of the fruit, of course. It’s time to give a makeover to this summer fruit with these innovative ideas. Watermelon Keg: This is a cool way to serve drinks at your ... Read More »

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?: Vitriolic!

RAMNATH N PAI RAIKAR | NT NETWORK One of only two films – the other being ‘Cimarron’ (1931) – to be nominated in every eligible category at the Academy Awards, including Oscar nomination for all main actors in it, ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?’ (1966) was faithfully based on the 1962 scandalous play of the same name by the American ... Read More »

Goa chapter of Entrepreneurs’ Organisation launched

NT NETWORK   PANAJI Entrepreneurs’ Organisation (EO), a peer-to-peer network of entrepreneurs across the world unveiled its Goa chapter on Friday. The new chapter, the 22nd in the network was launched with 17 members initially comprising of local industrialists. Speaking at the launch, Ashwin Khalap, president, said that the outfit would enrich the state through peer to peer learning, connection ... Read More »