Six internationally acclaimed lighting designers will be working on six public places in Panaji on the concept of proper lighting system. This unique illumination project underlies the theme of the workshop ‘Activating Public Places’ - that will be held from March 14 to 19.Read More »
Arti Das | NT NETWORK
Geetu Hinduja is a woman who dons many mantles - she is an interior designer by qualification, art dealer by profession and singer-musician at heart.
By Odette and Joe Mascarenhas
Are traditions still followed through in this day and age? Do our children know about the festivities and eating habits of our ancestors? With Carnival being celebrated with pomp and gaiety, I wondered if people around the globe believed in traditions too.
PANAJI: During the 41st International Film Festival of India The Young Jury Award 2010, a competition conceptualised by the Lokmat Group in collaboration with the Entertainment Society of Goa, was held.Read More »
Biotechnology is the research-oriented science including a fusion of biology and technology. This study includes a large variety of subjects including Biochemistry, Genetics, Microbiology, Chemistry, Virology, Immunology and Engineering.Read More »
The University of Sussex at Falmer, Brighton, United Kingdom is a leading institution in the area of teaching and research. In the year 2010, Sussex was ranked eighth in the UK by Times Higher Education magazine's World University Rankings, 16th in Europe and 79th in the world, setting it alongside some of the world's most prestigious institutions.Read More »
By Ranjana Kakodkar
Bioinformatics or computational biology is the application of computer technology to the management and analysis of biological data. Here computers are used to gather, store, analyse and merge biological data.
By Aroona Reejhsinghani
Eczema is a rough red rash that comes in patches, the skin itches and a raw moist surface is formed from which colourless discharge eczema out which ultimately forms a crust on the site.
By Homai Sagar
Beauticians aver that they have maximum customers after Holi, as women rush in to repair what has been damaged by the Holi celebrations and its colours. Let us concede that despite so many warnings, revellers have not yet abandoned chemical colours.
BY PURVI RADIA | NT NETWORK
Goan households once boasted of a superlative quality of ethnic wood-crafted furniture. The brains behind the intricate designs were the Goan craftsmen. Their works of signature designs that can be seen on the temple doors and pillars, stood out from their counterparts for their innovative style.