Saturday , 17 November 2018


Unusual food names

Zubin Dsouza   I am not a misogynist! I never was one and don’t intend to change my stance in the sunset of my life. The fact is I really don’t understand women. In fact I can never communicate with them. My wife is definitely the epitome of feminism. Please like & share: Read More »

Bone marrow, delicious and underrated

Bone marrow is considered a delicacy in many countries and is slowly gaining popularity. Like it there are various other unusual foods that are just waiting to be discovered. Please like & share: Read More »

The Sting: The great con show

RAMNATH N PAI RAIKAR | NT NETWORK   ‘The Sting’, the 1973 American caper film brought together actors Paul Newman and Robert Redford, and director, George Roy Hill, following their 1969 successful venture, Please like & share: Read More »

Healthiest cities across the world

The United Nations General Assembly designated October 31 as World Cities Day to promote cooperation among countries in addressing challenges of urbanisation, and contributing to sustainable urban development around the world. There is no doubt that urbanisation has taken a heavy toll on city dwellers’ health. But some cities fare better than others. Here are some of the healthiest cities ... Read More »

Traditional Fats

Rohini Diniz   Coconut oil: Like ghee, coconut oil which was once touted as being bad for the heart, is now being recognised as having health benefits. Please like & share: Read More »

Festive detox drinks

Overindulgence during the festive season can leave you feeling bloated. Here are five healthy drinks that can help you detox. Please like & share: Read More »

‘Freedom is in the Air’ starts today

Museum Of Goa celebrates the LGBTQ community with a series of events today Museum Of Goa Foundation in collaboration with Humsafar Trust, Goa Livelihoods Forum and Connect Initiative will host the ‘Freedom is in the Air’ programme at MOG, Pilerne with a series of activities scheduled today. Please like & share: Read More »

GALF… On cloud number 9

The ninth edition of the Goa Arts & Literature Festival will be held from December 6 to 8. NT BUZZ chats with the founders to see what’s in store Janice Savina Rodrigues | NT BUZZ Goa’s literature scenario has been constantly evolving; and with four prominent languages in the literary arena, it seems to be ever growing. In a bid ... Read More »

Mulgao to Pandharpur: A story of devotion

A Marathi cinematic drama ‘Mauli – Vari Pandharichi’ will be staged on November 24 at Ravindra Bhavan, Sanquelim. NT BUZZ speaks to the producer, Saju Laximan Pal to get an insight into it VENITA GOMES| NT BUZZ Every year, thousands of devotees from various parts of India go on an annual pilgrimage to Pandharpur to visit the Pandharpur temple situated on the ... Read More »

Zorba the Greek: Quinn is the king

RAMNATH N PAI RAIKAR | NT NETWORK “You think too much. That is your trouble. Clever people and grocers, they weigh everything.” – Alexis Zorba to Basil ‘Zorba the Greek’ (1964), a comedy-drama based on the 1946 novel of the same name by Greek writer, Nikos Kazantzakis, is widely remembered for the title role, which actor Anthony Quinn was born ... Read More »