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Rituals and traditions of Fatorpa Shigmotsava

The villages of Goa are now gearing up for various Shigmotsava festivities. The rituals of Shigmo differ from village to village. NT BUZZ explores the festivities held in the village of Fatorpa in South Goa and the different rituals which end with the festival called Topshyo SACHI NAIK | NT BUZZ Fatorpa is significantly known for its zatras and the …

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Gear up for summer with India Beach Fashion Week and Festival 2017

Goa is all set for the most awaited resort and bridal couture for the Spring Summer Surprise at the India Beach Fashion Week and Festival 2017 from March 6 to March 8 at Goa Marriott Resort & Spa, Miramar, Panaji NT BUZZ Get ready for a fashionable time in Goa with the India Beach Fashion Week and Festival 2017 powered …

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Herbs: A quick guide to appearing intellectual

Zubin Dsouza Every once in a while there are moments when folks call out to me to do a food demonstration somewhere. Not that I can really cook – people should understand that I have been a chef for twenty-five years and have always been hired for my good looks and charming personality and not my ability to cook. So …

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Food tripping in Morjim

Kuheli Bhattacharya Rane A ‘trip’ in Morjim can mean different things to different people. Now trip takes another meaning with the name of the newest beach shack offering a mixed medley of Mediterranean flavours and Far-Eastern cuisine. With the decor in wood in colours of blue and white, the restaurant has an easy breezy style, the sofa style seating is …

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Delhi to Orchha: A study in Sepia

Charukesi Ramadurai The road keeps winding between Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh, now welcoming us into one state and, just moments later, bidding thanks for visiting it. In the heart of India, Hindustan ka dil according to the popular TV ditty that aired a few years ago, boundaries are just a notional concept, states fitting into each other like pieces …

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Carambolim – Home to feathered fauna & an old gateway

Sanjeev V Sardesai The precinct of Old Goa and the Khazan (tidal) lands around it, never fails to amaze any visitor. This land holds as many mysteries as much as one can have the energy to face up to! The green carpeted hilly regions around the East and West of the Old Goa precinct offer views that are ethereal. The …

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Exercise and diabetes

Rohini Diniz Exercise is important for everyone to remain active and healthy. It is an essential part of the treatment for people with diabetes, particularly for those with type 2 diabetes. Uncontrolled diabetes can damage the eyes, nerves, kidneys and heart. Hence early diagnosis along with diet control and regular exercise is very important to prevent or manage these complications. …

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Red rice to the rescue

Deepika Rathod “I’m overweight but I love eating rice, will rice make me fat?” This is a common question asked by my patients. Although I tell them to enjoy their rice with a lot of vegetables to add fibre, they feel guilty after eating the same. A few people turn to brown rice as they start enjoying its taste, but …

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Paper Moon: An American Dream

RAMNATH N PAI RAIKAR | NT NETWORK An actor or actress sharing screen space with his/her child is no novelty for Hollywood. From Martin Sheen-Charlie Sheen (‘Wall Street’-1987) to Jon Voight-Angelina Jolie (‘Laura Croft: Tomb Raider’-2001) right up to Will Smith-Willow Smith (‘I am Legend’-2007), there are many such examples. However, there may perhaps be only one such movie, ‘Paper …

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Get groovy with Viva Carnival – Kai Boro Dis

  Danuska Da Gama I NT BUZZ Who doesn’t anticipate the Goa Carnival? It was indeed a long wait for this year’s carnival says music director Joe D’Costa. Today, Goa’s fadista Sonia Shirsat and Joe will be performing ‘Viva Carnival – Kai Boro Dis’ during the parade in Panaji. The video will also be uploaded on the internet the same …

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