Rabindranath Tagore, India’s first Nobel Laureate, who reshaped Bengali literature and music through his poems, novels, and philosophy, is still an inspiration for many.Read More »
With an increasing number of women joining the workforce, the issue of harassment at the workplace is also on the rise. However, it is still a little understood subject and the thin line between casual misbehaviour and sexual harassment often disappears. Jayalakshmi Sengupta reportsRead More »
The caste topic rarely fails to stroke a controversy. It is an issue that divides people. The recent debate on whether there must be a caste based census has raised many an eyebrow and created a row in socio-political circles.Read More »
By Homai Sagar
Colourful and attractive raincoats, jackets and trench coats or ‘windcheaters’ have been in vogue for sometime now and continue to be so. Many of the raincoats you can find on the market today have come a long way from the plastic raincoat that came in a very small plastic envelope with a snap on it that would fit into a women’s purse.Read More »
BY PURVI RADIA| NT NETWORK
The secret to productivity at workplace is leading a healthy life. We often complain about experiencing various pains like neck, back or even muscle pain. There is solution to every problem. Physiotherapy is one of the best ways to prevent physical pain.Read More »
‘TEM TUKA NAKA’
‘Tem Tuka Naka’, the latest presentation from Menezes Theatre, is a delightful play written and directed by Mario Menezes.
The tale revolves around a Casanova who is in love with two girls one of who goes abroad for work. The other has a tough brother who makes sure our hero marries his sister.
The ‘Poilo Vixv Konknni Sanskrutik Mahamell’ (The First World Konkani Cultural Convention) is being organised from November 25 to December 19, 2010 at Kalaangann, Mangalore. In this 25-day world level Konkani Cultural Festival over 60 cultural troupes from all over the world will participate.Read More »
By Aroona Reejhsinghani
Beautiful hands hold the admiring attention of the people around you. Well cared for hands and nails create an impression of spruceness and smartness. With beautiful hands you should have beautiful nails but pretty hands are often marred by brittle and weak nails.
By Neeta Lal
A recent pan-India health survey reveals that osteoarthritis has emerged as the numero uno ailment in India, even trouncing traditional heavyweights like AIDS, diabetes, cancer and hypertension.
BY PRATIMA ACHREKAR | NT NETWORK
The crop of budding writers’ in Goa needs to enhance the quality of their content. They should conduct an in-depth research into the subject they are writing about, said Mr N Shivdas, the president of Goa Konkani Akademi while commenting on the quality of Konkani literature of young writers.