Don Bosco College, Panaji inaugurated its first ever Journalism and Videography Studio on the college campus, recently.Read More »
The Department of History of PES Shri Ravi Sitaram Naik College of Arts and Science, Farmagudi inaugurated their PES Archives on August 1.Read More »
In the remote village of Sattari, two good friends Pinky and Sweety, studied in the same school. Being the best of friends was the best thing they liked and going to school together every morning was even more fun.Read More »
By Thandie Barretto
I remember the first time my daddy taught me to make a simple bread pudding. I remember every single step and the tips he gave me. That was the day I discovered my love for cooking. I was around twelve at that time.
Zeus, the king of all the gods, had three sisters.
Hera was both his wife and his sister. Hera was the goddess of marriage and the queen of all the gods.
BY ARTI DAS | NT BUZZ
“Art restoration is a multi-disciplinary activity and it is not related to art alone. If you revive your art and heritage, it will import tourism, the crafting community will flourish and will play an important role in urban development,” says Anupam Sah, Head of Art Conservation, Research and Training, CSMVS Museum Art Conservation Centre, Mumbai.
BY ARTI DAS | NT KURIOCITY
School Science projects can give students sleepless nights if they attempt to create something scientifically accurate and creative at the same time. But, all in all it can be an interesting and fun experience.
The Four Horsemen
The story of the Four Horsemen has always been interesting to me because they symbolise important events in the Bible (the End of Days, Judgment Day).
Sairaj Kalangutkar was elected General Secretary of S S Dempo College, Miramar, for the academic year 2013-14, at the elections held on July 29.Read More »
Goa Institute of Management organised ‘Drishtaanth’ an event for students of Higher Secondary Schools with the aim of sensitising them about career opportunities in the current scenario, at their premises, recently.Read More »