She is the new version of the old spectacled grand mom. This modern age grand mom is a bit of a tech guru and may opt out of babysitting when inconvenienced. Anju Munshi finds out moreRead More »
Are you aware of the fact that your handwriting is actually a medium to find more about you? There are now special studies conducted by experts to understand this method more deeply.Read More »
CANACONA: The Canacona MLA, Mr Vijay Pai Khot inaugurated the Dinanath Pai Natya Mahotsav, at Mokhard-Shristhal in the distinguished presence of director for Information and Publicity, Mr Menino Pires, member of Art and Culture department, Mr Vishal Pai Kakode, Professor Vithaldas Nagvenkar, president of Ashwat Narayan devasthan, Mr Anil Pai and president of Sarvodaya Association, Mr Chandrakant Prabhu.Read More »
By Odette and Joe Mascarrenhas
‘Time for celebration,’ Joe chortles looking forward to pampering his taste buds after a stringent 40 days of ‘off meat.’ So come lunchtime we were on our way to find a ‘pampering hole.’ Little did my ‘better half’ realise that most ‘up market’ restaurants were open for only dinner.
Tiatr Academy of Goa will organise a workshop on dramatics from May 9 to 14. The workshop will deal with different aspects of drama production, and will focus on acting.Read More »
BY PRATIMA ACHREKAR| NT NETWORK
Feni is more than an alcoholic beverage. It has many wonder working properties, which not many are aware of. Trying to bring the focus on this, Ancestral Goa is holding a Coconut and Cashew Fest to demonstrate to the people more about feni, its distillation process and much more. ‘The Navhind Times’ bring you the flavours of feni.
By Ranjana Kakodkar
Picture this. The setting: a sublime Goan sunset, the sky has just turned a delicate pinkish orange, and romance fills the air. The venue: A posh five star resort in North Goa. A coy bride in her sparkling wedding finery is transported in a swaying palanquin to her dashing groom, waiting astride a white ‘ghoda’.
By Pamela Philipose
India is a signatory to various international laws, which expressly deem domestic violence a crime. Five years ago, the country had enacted a national law – the Protection of Women Against Domestic Violence Act 2005 (PWDVA) – that seeks to protect the rights of women who face abuse within the home.
By Meher Castelino
Five designers are making waves in the fashion bruisers and their work is being appreciated by the connoisseurs of fashion not only in India but also around the world.
BY PERIN ILAVIA
An exhibition of photographs titled ‘Enchanted spaces’ by Danish photographer Astrid Jenson, previews at Ruchika’s Art Gallery on April 29, a documentation of her photographs since 2004. Astrid was born in 1975, and studied photography at the School of Photography in Aartius, and later in the Glasgow School of Art.