Tuesday , 20 November 2018


For healthy womanhood

Sujal Torgal Patil Women in the country face health issues like malnourishment, menstrual disorders such as dysmenorrhoea, DUB, infections due to lack of menstrual hygiene, issues due to lack of maternal care, psychological issues like depression and suicidal tendencies, physical, psychological and sexual abuse along with the rise of cancers like breast or cervical cancer. Please like & share: Read More »

Walk towards a healthy lifestyle

Deepika Rathod Technology began to be incorporated into our daily lives in order to reduce one’s labour. However, instead of using technology to improve the quality of life we have developed a dependency that has resulted in us making minimal movements. Please like & share: Read More »

Deliverance: Survival of the fittest

RAMNATH N PAI RAIKAR | NT Network   In his first novel, ‘Deliverance’ published in 1970, the accomplished Atlanta poet, James Dickey – who earlier won the 1965 National Book Award for poetry – crafted a tale of four suburbanites who head to the backwoods in order to get in touch with a vanishing America, and end up having their ... Read More »

Mulling over Mr and Mrs Jinnah

Mohammad Ali Jinnah has been painted in a one-dimensional image of a political leader who is considered to be the founder of our neighbouring country, Pakistan, but very little is known about his personal life. To give an insight into this aspect the International Centre Goa is organising a discussion of the book ‘Mr and Mrs Jinnah – The marriage ... Read More »

Madhubani – stories in pictures

Madhubani is known to depict the epics and puranas through artistic expressions. The Bengal-Goa Folk Mela at Ravindra Bhavan, Margao has introduced a Madhubani stall from Bihar. NT BUZZ finds out more about this art SACHI NAIK | NT BUZZ Madhubani is a traditional form of art in northern India. People, who are aware of art in India, know how ... Read More »

Create your look with Kimberlee

Kimberlee Fernandes from Calangute is someone you would want to associate with, especially if you want to change your look and personality, through hair colour. Like many, she found her calling in the hair and make-up industry quite early, being the creative girl since her younger days Danuska Da Gama From a hobby course during a vacation break, to doing ... Read More »

A Streetcar Named Desire: Craving lives

RAMNATH N PAI RAIKAR | NT NETWORK   “Straight? What’s ‘straight’? A line can be straight, or a street. But the heart of a human being?” – Blanche DuBois   The 1947, Pulitzer Prize-winning play, ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ written by the American playwright, Tennessee Williams had already gathered fame in the literary circles as well as on the Broadway ... Read More »

Margao to Rachol to Chicago

Sanjeev V Sardesai Having travelled from Margao to Zambaulim, trailing the journey of Sri Damodar, from Mhaddan and having seen his new prestigious edifice at Zambaulim on the banks of River Kushawati, the visitor is definitely going to be charmed by the folklore and also the pristine greenery of the South Goa hinterlands. Returning to Mathagram or Margao, let us ... Read More »

A Cross of Miracles

NT BUZZ Thousands of faithful from across the state thronged to the Monte de Boa Vista, Old Goa on February 23 for the annual feast of Cruz dos Milagres widely known as ‘Khuris Milagr’. The novenas in preparation of the feast had commenced on February 14, and the theme for the feast was, ‘Kristacho Khuris Devik Mogachi Zhor’ (Christ’s Cross: ... Read More »

Art is not for the sake of politics, morals or ethics

Painter and writer Sudhir Patwardhan spoke at the 11th edition of the D D Kosambi Festival of Ideas on the various aspects of art in modern times in a talk titled ‘What is art today about?’ NT BUZZ Giving an insight into what art is about, painter and writer, Sudhir Patwardhan explained to the audience what may be common to ... Read More »