Saturday , 17 November 2018


Stay away from sunburn this summer

Deepika Rathod A suntan is body’s way of blocking the UV rays to prevent sunburn and other skin damage because of harmful sunrays. Eventually, UV light causes the skin to burn, bringing pain, redness, and swelling. Sun burn can happen on cool, hazy or cloudy days. Besides tanning or burning, a lot of people also get uneven patches of colour ... Read More »

Fedora: The ugly side of Hollywood

RAMNATH N PAI RAIKAR | NT NETWORK Billy Wilder was one of the most prolific filmmakers in Hollywood, who made almost one film a year, from 1929 to 1966. Post-1966 he made five films, all of which bore the distinct stamp of a master filmmaker. His penultimate film, ‘Fedora’ (1978), which although is considered a classic today, was forced to ... Read More »

Shaikha al Shaiba – the Wonder Woman

Shaikha Al Shaiba might not be a name that we have heard about much in the sporting world, but is incredible! The Bahraini, with an arm only, does what most abled persons wouldn’t, besides believing in herself and pushing boundaries to emerge as an inspiring and unstoppable para-athlete. She was in India recently to attend the International Women’s Conference at ... Read More »

Margarine – A brief history

Zubin D’Souza War is a crazy thing. People fight, both sides lose and both sides claim a victory. Nothing good has ever come from a war. War also brings with it scarcity. It is in times of scarcity that humankind has been at its most creative peak. Although our shameful truth is that our race has made the most advances ... Read More »

Peep Kitchen ups the food game

Peep Kitchen is one restaurant that most people in the North Goa are aware of. Being in the industry for twelve long years, one can now enjoy their favourite food with exciting options from their menu at their much bigger, better and new location in Taleigao Danuska Da Gama I NT BUZZ Amey and Gaurish Naik along with their partner ... Read More »

The commercial dealings of Mormugao

Sanjeev V Sardesai Goa, the idyllic port was identified over the ages by many names under local rulers and Indian scriptures, including Aparanta, Gomant, Goparashtra, Gopakapattana, Gove; the Greek traders knew it as Nelkinda, Melinda and other names while the Arab traders knew it as Sindbur or Cintabor. Initially, due to its natural port facilities, this land strip found favour ... Read More »

Portugal has something for everyone

Does a place with plenty of sunshine, amazing beaches and heritage monuments appeal to you? Then, you will do well to visit Portugal on your next trip Asian News International A mild climate with more than 3,000 hours of sunshine a year, 850 km of fabulous beaches and a valuable heritage; these are just some of the things that make ... Read More »

Summer coolers

Rohini Diniz Summer is that season of the year when the scorching sun coupled with high humidity and hot wind makes life uncomfortable for one and all. The high temperature results in sweating which leads to a loss of fluid along with the electrolytes-sodium, potassium and chloride from the body resulting in weakness, fatigue, muscle cramps and ultimately dehydration which ... Read More »

To lose weight the right way, include these 6 superfoods in your diet

Indo Asian News Service, New Delhi The success of your fitness and weight loss goals are totally governed by what you eat. And with the recent rise of lifestyle diseases in India, the saying couldn’t ring truer. To stay fit, or even lose weight, you need to ensure your diet has all the healthy foods. Superfoods like kale and chia ... Read More »

Moonraker: A 007 space odyssey

RAMNATH N PAI RAIKAR | NT NETWORK Following the success of ‘The Spy Who Loved Me’ (1977), producer Albert R Broccoli was all set to produce ‘For Your Eyes Only’, the eleventh screen adventure in the James Bond series. However, the phenomenal success of ‘Star Wars’ (1977) forced him to rethink his decision. In order to capitalise on the stupendous ... Read More »