Goa’s ballroom instructor Dr Martin D Costa, received yet another feather to his cap, he was felicitated with the Ballroom icon of India award for excellence in dance at Mumbai recently. He was felicitated by the world’s oldest ballroom dancer Ms Tao Porchon-Lynch and Bollywood actress Zeenat Aman.Read More »
By Odette and Joe Mascarenhas
If you feel that Italian cooking is all about pastas and pizzas, think again. Italian cuisine is very regional, and the food of Tuscany can be very different from that prepared in the rest of Italy.Read More »
BY WILLY GOES
The tiatr ‘Morosor’ starts with a ‘Kant’ where Freeda (Nacia Afonso) and Mauvin (Pascoal Rodrigues) pledge their love to each other.
BY RAMESH SAVAIKAR|NT NETWORK
The people belonging to the Dhangar community in Bicholim taluka celebrate Navratrotsav in a unique way. The people from Goa and border areas of Maharashtra had come together to construct a new temple of their deity Mhalchi Pandhar. The newly constructed temple at Kudchirem-village in Bicholim taluka is nearly 15 kms away from the town.
VALPOI---Saraswati, the goddess of knowledge represents the free flow of wisdom and consciousness. The Hindus from Valpoi and especially those from the community of traders celebrate the festival with great fervour. They come together and worship the goddess Saraswati at the residence of Mr Ashok Parob, a former MLA.Read More »
BY PURVI RADIA | NT NETWORK
Goans are on the threshold of loosing the saxophone as there are no teachers to teach it coupled with not many formal training programmes in the state. Rhys Sebastian is a young Goan saxophone player who got trained in Mumbai. The 22-year lad, who recently performed at the Indo jazz fusion concert at the Kala Academy, offers tips to aspiring saxophonists from Goa
‘Hautan’ a Konkani Novel written by famous Konkani novelist and Kendra Sahitya Academy award winner, Mahabaleshwar Sail has been selected by the Board of Juries for the First Vimala V Pai Vishwa Konkani Sahitya Puraskar 2010.Read More »
By Banalata Bipani
Wear it as a veil, sling it like a stole or wrap it like a shawl; wear it with a kurta, a lacha or a bustier under a jacket; wear it in any season, for any reason and any which way you like! Yes dupatta – the most versatile accessory – can really be dramatic.
VASCO- The third all Goa Dandia Garba competition was organised by Nivedam social, cultural and sports club. The ‘Dandia Blast-2010’ was inaugurated by minister for revenue, Mr Jose Philip D’Souza at New- Vaddem, Vasco.Read More »
BY CLARA A RODRIGUES|NT NETWORK
Walking with a friend in the dark is better than walking alone in the light said Helen Keller, one of the most inspirational figures the world has ever seen.