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‘Making a better place for everyone to live’- Surina Narula

Founder and director of Difficult Dialogues, Surina Narula for over 20 years has been working on various social fronts like helping people in need, fighting for the rights of street children, holding debates and discussions on issues that are relevant and are not much talked about and several other works. At the recently concluded third edition of Difficult Dialogues NT ... Read More »

2 plays and 1 tiatr from Goa selected for Theatre Olympics, New Delhi

Konkani play ‘Blood wedding’ directed by Vishnupad Barve, Sanskrit play ‘Swapnavasavdatta’ directed by Anagha Deshpande and Konkani Tiatr ‘Oini Mitth’ directed by Jayendranath Haldankar have been selected for the Theatre Olympics organised by National school of Drama, New Delhi. NT BUZZ gets you more details NT BUZZ Stating that it is a proud moment for Goa, Minister for Art and ... Read More »

The khadi cotton affair at Red Carpet, Anjuna

23-year-old fashion designer, Shweta Sequeira recently launched her designer outlet ‘Red Carpet- The heritage Boutique’ at Anjuna. The boutique offers a wide range of Khadi and cotton Indian wear for both men and women along with designer scarves, stoles and Dhokra items. In conversation with NT BUZZ designer Shweta gives an insight into her fashion career, her boutique and her ... Read More »

Luxurious comfort of Phadnis’ clothing

Fashion designer with over two decades of experience Vikram Phadnis was in Goa recently to showcase his collection at the Blenders Pride Magical Nights. NT BUZZ caught up with Phadnis and showstopper Sagarika Ghatge to discern about the collection and their take on Goan fashion NT BUZZ Known for his designer sarees, Vikram Phadnis has created a niche in the ... Read More »

Dambab’s journey from city to hinderland

Sanjeev V Sardesai Margao is a Goan city where every nook and corner of its terra firma has historical remnants that were either created or established over the past centuries. A part of the Old Conquest of the Portuguese regime, Margao strategically important to control the southern domains proved helpful for later expansion. Even in present times, Margao is the ... Read More »

Head to far-flung Kamchatka in Russia on your next trip

Asian News International If you want to get away from all the worries and enjoy a relaxing trip, the Kamchatka peninsula in far-east Russia might be perfect for you. Remoteness: Kamchatka is an isolated geographical spectacle. In today’s world, where almost every corner of Earth is explored, finding an uncivilised land is rather a miracle. Kamchatka is one such peninsula ... Read More »

Get kids to eat smart

Rohini Diniz Fussy children, poor eaters and battles over the dining table are part and parcel of parenthood. Over the last two decades there has been a dramatic change in food habits of both adults and children thanks to the influence of the media. Advertisers have been more successful at changing the food habits of children than parents. Since the ... Read More »

Keep summer blues at bay

Sujal Torgal Patil The year is divided into six seasons namely, varsha, sharad, hemant, shishir, vasant and greeshma. Greeshma is roughly the summer season. Greeshma ritu can be defined as the period of intolerable heat as the sun is closer to the earth and its rays are short, straight and strong. It is roughly from mid-April to mid-June. March to May is ideally termed as summer ... Read More »

Add some Moroccan flavour to your routine

Deepika Rathod Argan oil is produced from the kernels of the argan tree (Arganiaspinosa L) that is found in Morocco. One of the main reasons that argan oil is so therapeutic is because it is rich in vitamins A and E content and also has antioxidants, omega-6 fatty acids and linoleic acid. Research shows that argan oil eases inflammation and moisturises the skin. When the application is external, ... Read More »

The Spy Who Loved Me: Déjà vu

RAMNATH N PAI RAIKAR | NT NETWORK Although ‘The Spy Who Loved Me’ (1977), the third outing of actor, Roger Moore as James Bond, following ‘Live and Let Die’ (1973) and ‘The Man with the Golden Gun’ (1974), has its title taken from the novel by Ian Fleming, it does not contain any element of the novel’s plot. In fact, ... Read More »