Breaking News

Zest

Making India Opera ready

  Janice Rodrigues |NT BUZZ When professionals in their own right get together, they often will come up with something that is exceptionally good. And that is exactly what soprano Patricia Rozario, pianist Mark Troop and clarinettist Joan-Enric Lluna have achieved. They now bring their magic to the Goan shores in the concert that will bring with it the finest …

Read More »

When art and heritage meet

A grand ancestral house in Chandor ‘Grandeza’ will play host to an exhibition titled Melting Pot where ten artists from across the country will exhibit their works. NT BUZZ speaks to the curator of the exhibition Alex Rodrigues to know more

Read More »

Just Relax (Your Hair)

BINA PUNJANI The top 3 hair problems faced by women in Goa? Frizz, frizz and… you guessed it, frizz! The humidity in the air makes tresses difficult to manage for most and almost impossible for many. Now, there are many ways one can work with this – getting the right cut, using the right products and hairstyling techniques, and of …

Read More »

Accidents that made their way on to bar menus

Zubin Dsouza Gone are the days when you walked into a bar and asked the friendly barkeep for a ‘large’ one or ‘two fingers’ of a run-of-the-mill scotch. Bartenders now pride themselves as being mixologists and although they may add a dramatic touch and a lot of flair, they essentially serve you concoctions that may comprise of several liquids in …

Read More »

Love and food, the joys of life

After nineteen successful years of serving European food in Pune’s Korgaon Park, Navtej Sawney has set foot in Goa, at Candolim with Arthur’s Theme. Offering a large variety of European dishes created for food lovers, he’s kept in mind the Indian palate and has spiced up some dishes. With a unique menu that features names you’ve probably read in history …

Read More »

Pergolas and band-stands that define Panaji

Sanjeev Sardesai Travelling on the earlier era named roads of Panaji city, which carpets itself from the eastern khazan lands (tidal areas) of Ribandar till the south western tip of the picturesque hamlet of Dona Paula; we can observe many a stately statue and various other monuments.

Read More »

An overview of diabetes in ayurveda  Part I

Sujal Torgal Patil The Government of India commemorated October 28 as the first National Ayurveda Day with focus on ‘Diabetes Mellitus and its management through Ayurveda’. A few decades ago this disease was confined to the affluent and physically inactive people. Today, given the lifestyle led by everyone, most seem to be vulnerable to it and the general perception is …

Read More »

Skin writing

Deepika Rathod Dermographism, known as skin writing or dermatographic urticaria, is a skin condition that presents light writing on one’s skin. An individual affected it experiences a slightly red, raised welt similar to hives from even gently scratching his or her skin. Generally the writing or red marks disappear after a short period of 15 to 30 minutes and are …

Read More »

Citizen Kane: The Orson Welles masterpiece

RAMNATH N PAI RAIKAR | NT NETWORK The entry of the talented yet temperamental filmmaker and actor, Orson Welles in Hollywood presents an interesting reading. Hollywood had shown interest in Welles as early as 1936. He however turned down three scripts sent to him by Warner Bros. In 1937, he declined offers from legendary producer, David O Selznick, who asked …

Read More »