By Leila Badyari Adolescence, as every teenager, parent, and professional in the area of psychology knows, is a time of risk. With greater freedom and independence young people face new choices involving automobiles, addictive substances, and sexuality—frequently in combination.
By RAMESH SAVAIKAR | NT NETWORK Villages of Goa celebrate jatras in accordance with their deity and the more famous among these jatras attract devotees from far and wide. Some of the well known jatras of Goa are:
By Cedric Silveira Few may have heard of St Dymphna. Well, she is the patron saint for those suffering from neurological disorders, mental illness, nervous system disorders, epilepsy, sleep walking, and also of the possessed, runaways and emotionally disturbed. She is also the saint of mental health professionals.
Butterfly Conservatory of Goa at Priol, Ponda inaugurated their renovated conservatory, ‘Mystic Meadows’, at the hands of Mr Pandurang Dhavalikar, Minister for Cooperation, Factories and Boilers, recently.
BY ARTI DAS | NT BUZZ These days parents of young teens are relaxed as final examinations are over. The easy schedule of holiday time offers them a breathing space. However, as time passes, parents will have another headache; that of keeping their children productively busy, away from the television, play station and internet.