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Cool Summer Glamour

By Meher Castelino With summer around the corner and the living getting easy on all fronts for the clothes that one chooses.

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A trip down gluttony lane

Zubin Dsouza We all know that one person who eats the last slice of cake, and gulps down majority of the pizza that we were meant to share. And it is the same person who empties the entire bag of chips.

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From a hill to springs and a cave in a city

Sanjeev V Sardesai Margao, though known as the commercial capital of Goa, may be considered as a cauldron of a rich past – history, heritage, global accomplishments, splendid architecture and natural assets. Driving into or through Margao, one comes across the aesthetic facades of palatial mansions as we proceed along the motorways and narrow lanes.

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Baja wine country awaits wine lovers

Baja’s wine country offers a relaxed, unpretentious, budget-friendly experience. Here’s where to go, stay, eat and drink Associated Press

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Get kids to eat smart

Rohini Diniz Children need fats for the normal functioning of their bodies. Along with carbohydrates, fats are energy yielding nutrients and have important protective and regulatory roles in the body and are also needed for the absorption of the fat-soluble vitamins.

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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.

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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.

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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