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In pursuit of luxury

Vir Sanghvi What constitutes a luxury food? We know what luxury hotels are. And we are familiar with luxury in many other fields of life. But food? I have never quite been able to work that out. When most people use the term ‘luxury’ for food, they refer to things like truffles, caviar or foie gras. These are different kinds …

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Befriend hope for a better tomorrow

Aldina Braganza Hope is a window of the wonderful possibilities our life has to offer. It is the key ingredient that keeps us motivated. These days especially, when we are suddenly faced with closed windows, let hope help you open them. It is precisely for this reason I want to share withyou why you should let hope be your best …

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Bring on the glow

Waiting for your quarantine glow-up?Local pros share their tips on at-home grooming, fitness, and self-care with NT BUZZ ANNA FERNANDES | NT BUZZ The pandemic has us all under house arrest and along with it tossed our beauty and fitness goals for the year out the window. With non-essential services like salons, spas, gyms, and fitness studios shut for the …

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A touch of art and poetry

In a bid to spread awareness about thenovel coronavirus among Goans, Margao-basedfather-daughter duo have collaborated for a videopoetry titled ‘Goenkaraank Ulo’.NT BUZZ spoke to theduo for more details RAMANDEEP KAUR | NT BUZZ To convey the message of ‘Stay home, Stay safe’ during the pandemic, a father and daughter from Margao, Atul Pandit (writer) and Seeya Pandit (fine artist) have …

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Cloth, needle, scissors

RAMANDEEP KAUR | NT KURIOCITY Wearing face masks now is a necessity and NSS (National Service Scheme) volunteers GVM’s GGPR College of Commerce and Economics, Farmagudi have come up with an all year-round project of making cotton face masks. “When the college realised the need for masks, and considering the shortage of the same and the high prices of the …

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Thoughts on tackling a pandemic

MARIA FERNANDES | NT KURIOCITY The coronavirus outbreak has created huge challenges in all spheres of life for the common man as well as the government. From containing the pandemic to sustaining its citizens, India has a long-drawn battle ahead. The measures by the government alone however cannot help, as the magnitude of the effects of the deadly virus is …

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Challenge accepted

Lately social media has been flooded with viral challenges aimed at keeping people occupied during quarantine. Trends such as the quarantine haircut, #untiltomorrow, the gibberish challenge, and so on have swept the internet. NT KURIOCITY asks youngsters about their top internet challenges, trends, and hashtags In an ideal world, I would be using this unexpected abundance of free time to …

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Love yourself

KIMBERLY DIAS Hi Kimberly, Recently I’ve been having this problem where I feel like I need to be perfect and talented and overachieve in every way. It’s stressing me out a lot and I know I should be happy in my own skin. When I see someone achieving more than me, I feel the need to compete or do better. …

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Stay in, stay safe

Kedar Kulkarni “Mamma, we are so very bored during this lockdown! We had so many plans for these holidays, such as swimming, trekking, etc. I thought watching TV would be a great way to pass the time, but now I am bored of that too,” complained Meera to her mother. Her father was working from home. By now she had …

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Quarantine creativity

NT BUZZ In a bid to keep people occupied creatively during the ongoing lockdown, the Indian Institute of Architects – Goa Chapter along with Sacheen Pai Raikar and Nisha Soares organised an online project that invited art lovers across the globe to etch out their feelings about the quarantine. The main objective, shares architect and chairman, IIA Goa Chapter Manguesh …

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