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Sushi is fast becoming the favourite food of Indians

Vir Sanghvi   Navneet Kalra, the entrepreneur (Dayal Opticals and many other enterprises) who is one of the partners in Town Hall in Khan Market, was telling me the saga of his super-successful restaurant.

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Move over Seville, Barcelona, visit these Spanish destinations instead

AFP, New Delhi   Spain attracts travellers from across the world for a myriad of reasons. Whether you have been to this country on Iberian Peninsula before or not, you have got to include these lesser-known Spanish destinations in your itinerary for a memorable experience.

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Travel experts share their best tips and tricks for packing light

Going for a holiday or work trip out of station? Pack light and right. With the holiday season underway, several people are taking off to hotter or cooler climes for a break. But before you take off, there’s that all-important task of packing.

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Your guide to staying fit, even as you travel: Because it is possible!

Snigdha Ahuja   A vacation is something we all need (and deserve). But, going on a holiday also disrupts your fitness routine and diet. “Often, we over-indulge when we travel: stay-up late, get-up earlier, eat differently and try to cram as much into a day as we can. The body is very sensitive to change which may result in any …

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The Sound of Music: So sweet!

RAMNATH N PAI RAIKAR | NT NETWORK   “You brought music back into the house. I had forgotten.” – Captain von Trapp to Maria History was created in Hollywood when ‘The Sound of Music’ (1965) became the highest grossing film in history, knocking ‘Gone with the Wind’ (1939) off the top spot, by setting one box office record after another, …

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Martyrs’ Memorial – an icon of the resistance and brotherhood

Goa was liberated by the Indian Army on December 19, 1961. However, this could not be achieved without a long struggle by the Goan freedom fighters. An outline of the various phases is given, herewith, which will give an idea of the movement. MARIA DE LOURDES BRAVO DA COSTA RODRIGUES The struggle to get the Portuguese out of Goa started …

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Chronicling the women of ‘18th June’

Maria de Lourdes Bravo da Costa Rodrigues This year the beginning of the Goa’s revolutionary movement will complete seventy years. I went through the reminiscences of Evagrio Jorge who was present on this eventful day, June 18, 1946, to find out more about the happenings in Margao. Evagrio’s memories are treasured in an eighty four pages booklet which is a …

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Dressing right with Zest and Priyanka Row

Maria Fernandes|NT KURIOCITY The second Navhind Times Zest workshop was held on June 12 at the Dempo House, Panaji. Goa’s first image consultant, Priyanka Row, was facilitator of the half-day workshop which was open to the age group of 23 years and above. The four-hour session aimed at giving participants important tips on enhancing their image with emphasis on dressing …

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Creating small and insightful media

Sheras Fernandes | NT BUZZ What does it take to do something creative? Determination and hard work induced with a lot of focus. Students of third year Bachelors of Arts (Mass Media), Don Bosco College, Panaji brought out a short film, documentary and special interest magazine which were a part of their curriculum. The project is chosen on the basis …

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Water: True elixir of life

Zubin D’souza Water has always fascinated civilizations. People have tried to conquer it, harness it, seduce it and even live in it and they have all failed. Water, besides being a tempestuous and brooding creature is truly the source for all life. When the world was created out of chaos, our tiny little planet had just two things – water …

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