Monday , 19 November 2018


‘Countries not spending on research have lesser possibilities’

  RAMNATH N PAI RAIKAR | NT NETWORK   In 1995, you shared the Nobel Prize in Physiology for discovering the role of key genes in the development of the fruit fly embryo that also plays a crucial role in human embryonic development? Can you tell us how this discovery can be useful for humans? Please like & share: Read More »

Promoting tulsi and its medicinal value

Big Foot, Loutolim has organised a Tulsi Festival to promote the varieties and medicinal uses of the tulsi plant. NT BUZZ finds out the details of this festival Please like & share: Read More »

Nobel Laureates share their knowledge with students

The Nobel Prize Series India 2018, on Friday gave students the opportunity to have a dialogue with Nobel Laureates on the topics: ‘Education and Research for Growth’ and ‘Restructuring Education and Research’ held at Kala Academy. Please like & share: Read More »

Educating the educator at the Nobel Prize Series 2018

The second day of the Nobel Prize Series 2018 saw some interesting sessions for the benefit of the participants. The Nobel Education Network was organised for teachers and professors from schools and colleges across the state on Friday at Kala Academy, Goa. Please like & share: Read More »

Off the beaten track with Indian food

Zubin Dsouza Each year India celebrates January 26 as Republic Day. Without getting too much into the politics and the history of it, it is suffice to say that it is a day of great pomp and pageantry, and gallant shows of patriotism. Please like & share: Read More »

Sala da Pranzo – where cuisines meet

SACHI NAIK | NT BUZZ The Taj Exotica Resort and Spa at Benaulim has recently opened its Sala Da Pranzo, an Italian-inspired all-day dining restaurant. The selection of world cuisine offered here takes you on a journey across the world.  Please like & share: Read More »

Margao – Commercial city with rich history

Sanjeev V Sardesai   Having experienced crossing the River Zuari by the Rachol ferry and receiving the blessings of Sri Kamaxi and Sri Rayeshwar at Thal Shiroda, let us now cross over back into Rachol and proceed to Margao. This modern day city has a vast cultural background. Please like & share: Read More »

Head to Cyprus this Valentine’s Day

Agence France-Presse In 2017, with traditional rivals Egypt, Turkey and Tunisia facing instability, Cyprus smashed records as an estimated 3.5 million tourists flocked to the island. Britain makes up the biggest market, followed by Russia, Israel and Germany. Please like & share: Read More »

Nutrition and skin health

Rohini Diniz  The saying ‘beauty is skin deep’ is true as what we eat reflects on our skin. While are there are no special foods that must be eaten for a healthy glow, certain nutrients like protein, essential fatty acids, vitamin A, vitamin C, riboflavin, niacin, pyridoxine, vitamin E, zinc and selenium have an important role to play in maintaining ... Read More »

Buttermilk, a friend to one’s gut

Sujal Torgal Patil   Buttermilk is known as ‘takra’ in Sanskrit and ‘taak’ or ‘chaas’ vernacularly. Ayurveda advocates its usage in regular diet as well as for medicinal purpose too. Please like & share: Read More »