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Demystifying HIV/AIDS legally

To help the audience understand a topic as vast as HIV/AIDS, senior advocate in the Supreme Court of India and the director of the Lawyer’s Collective (India), Anand Grover will deliver a public lecture on May 6 on the topic ‘Demystifying HIV & AIDS (Prevention and Control) Bill 2017’. Grover reveals to NT BUZZ about his role in fighting against …

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Essence of Karnataka in paintings

Capturing the architectural wealth and socio-cultural aspects of Karnataka through his works of large-sized realistic paintings, Appasaheb Ganiger will be exhibiting his artworks at the Art Gallery, Kala Academy from May 6 to May 9 Naguesh Rao Sardessai Appasaheb Ganiger from Bengaluru, Karnataka will be displaying his works at his second solo show at the Art Gallery, Kala Academy. Organised …

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Konkani film ‘K Sera Sera’ hits the silver screens

NT BUZZ After travelling to seven national and international film festivals, the award winning Konkani film ‘K Sera Sera’ made its premier release on Friday at Inox theatre, Panaji. Speaking during a press conference prior to the release, in a city hotel, director and screenplay writer, Rajeev Shinde said: “the story struck me when I was at the railway station; …

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What happens when you waste food?

Zubin Dsouza I am a big fan of chef Marco Pierre White. I have idolised him for over twenty years and have followed his career, new restaurants and every bit of information I could garner on him. Around fifteen years ago I was totally elated when the company that I worked for arranged a small stint for me in his …

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Across Asia and truly Asian at The Banyan

Third generation restaurateur Tejpal Gandhi of ‘The Great Punjab’ in Pune and Mumbai, is pleased with his new baby, The Banyan – right under an ancient banyan tree in Assagao. This is a place you don’t want to miss out on if you enjoy the flavours of Asia. Quality, coupled with fine selection of dishes and ambience is one great …

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Heritage of the banks of River Mandovi

Sanjeev Sardesai The island of Divar, accessible from the Old Goa, with the ferry transporting you and your vehicle to the island, can also be navigated further at its North East point, to go across the River Mandovi to the Bicholim Taluka. After a fulfilling and educative tour of Divar Island and its various inter-communal treasures of archaeological and intangible …

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The nutty way to good health

Rohini Diniz Chia seeds: Chia seeds are tiny black seeds from the plant Salvia hispanica that grows natively in South America and has gained popularity as a health food in the last few years. Chia seeds have a very low content of digestible carbohydrates and contain 40 per cent fibre and protein, omega 3 fatty acids, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, zinc, …

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Try the eight-hour diet

Asian News International Why do you worry about calorie counting or limiting carbohydrates? If you are planning follow a diet, just eat across fewer hours each day. The 8 Hour Diet proposes that limiting your food intake to just eight hours of the day is an easy diet technique that supports weight control. Here’s how calories and meals need to …

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The dance revolution

  VENITA GOMES | NT BUZZ Dance has always been a source of entertainment in Goa. No feast, festival, wedding or an event is complete without dance and music.

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