Thursday, December 3, 2020

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Interfaith couples uneasy as ‘love jihad’ storm rages, gathers force Trisha Mukherjee and Manik Gupta Crisscrossing...
While many comedians started performing online during the lockdown, it has not worked for most. And even now the comedy industry is...
Frederick Noronha Maybe I’m just imagining it, or maybe it’s how you feel when the years add up. But,...

TOP STORIES TODAY

Listen To Farmers

Centre cannot afford to hurt the sector that feeds India The meeting between the delegation of 35 farmers unions...

In devotion to Goencho Saib

For the first time in history, the feast of Goa’s beloved saint, St Francis Xavier will be celebrated virtually today

Ballads from Goa, with love

Goan cultural group Goychim Lharam is all set to release three music videos of Goan mandos.NT BUZZ gets a sneak peek

COPD in the COVID-19 era

With festivals and the wedding season in the offing, we might witness a significant spike in respiratory diseases. People are moving out...

OTHER STORIES IN THIS SECTION

Serve food in a jiffy

By Rohini Diniz
The major disadvantage of using a microwave for cooking is that it cannot be used for seasoning, or sautéing or frying foods and if a recipe calls for these, it needs to be done separately and then added to the food.

How to Grow Oyster mushrooms

By Nandkumar M Kamat
In Goa, the period between November and March is appropriate for cultivation of Oyster mushrooms with the optimal period beginning from the coming week, as mild summer approaches and both day time and night time temperatures begin to rise slowly.

Kochi heat will test England, mentally and physically

By Sourav Ganguly
Kochi is a must-win game for Dhoni and his boys because if they go down 0-2 in the series, it will be tough to come back and win three matches in a row.

Keeping Pujara out raises doubts on his ODI abilities

By Ian Botham
India started as favourites but we need to remember that this English side isn’t ranked No 1 in this format for nothing.
Their dominance in the first ODI showed that like the Test series, they have set their sights on the ODI trophy.

Starting anew

About four years back Jigna Rao’s life fell apart as she was diagnosed with pelvic tuberculosis (TB) that ended her hope of ever becoming a mother. She lives in the US and is now cured of the disease.

No wall-flowers these

This is that time of the year when the new calendar, to adorn a wall or a table, is eagerly looked for. As they arrive, courtesy a client, as a corporate goodwill gift, or even bought from the roadside shop, hot discussions begin on the merits and demerits of ‘this year’s calendar.’

Some of my favourites

By Karan Thapar

In this, the first Sunday Sentiments of 2013, I’m going to write about the three books I recommend you read.

The New and the Old

By Antonio V Francisco Fernandes

The euphoria, the dust and the din of the New Year celebrations has by now given way to settling down with routines and responsibilities. As we do so, we realise year after year that there is nothing new and nothing old in our day to day life with the change of the calendar.

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The benefits of antioxidants

Maneka Sanjay Gandhi The oxygen that we breathe helps to break down the molecules in the food so that...

Love under threat

Interfaith couples uneasy as ‘love jihad’ storm rages, gathers force Trisha Mukherjee and Manik Gupta Crisscrossing...

Where have all the picnics gone?

Frederick Noronha Maybe I’m just imagining it, or maybe it’s how you feel when the years add up. But,...

A Tribute to Two Principled Citizens

By Mário Cabral e Sá

Off and on, freedom fighters are in the limelight for various reasons: to demand more facilities and monetary benefits for themselves, job reservations for their children, quotas for admission to professional colleges, demolition of vestiges of the Portugal passage through Goa monuments, (street names, etc).