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Cancer Treating it or beating it?

BY LUKE COUTINHO The more cancer cases I get day on day, the more questions are asked as to why can’t anyone guarantee a cure or at least a better quality of life with less suffering, if so much money and time is being spent on expensive treatments, not to mention the massive emotional drain that all of this leads …

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The world of Gooseberries

BY Miguel Braganza Goa has a large number of fruits that are either known to only a few people or known to many but under-utilised just the same. An earlier effort to document some of these under-utilised fruits through a book entitled “Horticultural Crops: Lesser Known” published in 1994 by the Agriculture Officers’ Association, Panaji-Goa,

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Rejuvenating Retreat

BY SINEAD MCMANUS We’ve all heard that clean diets and regular exercise is the way to healthy living. In a world of excessive consumerism, it’s hard to switch to such a lifestyle and equally difficult to maintain it. There are bound to be times when you lapse often enough to make it seem criminal. For times like these, a detox …

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Flour Power

BY VIR SANGHVI The Portuguese usually get a bum rap in discussions about Indian food. Talk about their contributions to our cuisine, and you’ll hear references to vindaloo, balchao, sorpotel, sausages, and disgusting sweet Goan wine. Nobody will mention that they brought the chilli to India and transformed our food forever.

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What the duck is a Turducken?

BY ZUBIN D’SOUZA Just in case you thought that cooking and food was not a creative field, there are folks out there who devote a lot of energy and time just to prove you wrong.

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Femina Miss India 2014: Koyal Rana inspires Goans to get fit

Femina Miss India 2014 KOYAL RANA inaugurated the first Reebok ‘Fit Hub’ store in Goa at Panaji that will provide one-stop fitness destination for various needs. In a chat with NT BUZZ the lanky beauty spoke about her association with the brand, her fitness regime, Femina Miss India duties and more

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When art meets activism

Sheba Chhachhi, a photographer, women’s rights activist and an installation artist, describes herself as a feminist photographer. In conversation with NT BUZZ, she speaks about her role as a feminist photographer, the role of images in today’s world and about her projects that speak about women, environment and the politics behind them BY ARTI DAS | NT BUZZ Renowned artist …

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Vegetables in the Goan diet

BY ZUBIN D’SOUZA A trip through a Goan market is a sight indeed with sellers shouting out loud hoping to grab the attention of the shoppers who jostle against each other while balancing parasols in one hand and shopping bags or walking sticks in the other. There is a riot of colours, a profusion of fragrances and sheer magic that …

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The ultimate unlimited experience at Barbeque Nation

BY KUHELI BHATTACHARYA RANE It was the year 2006 and my brother and I had just come to know of a restaurant that served unlimited starters somewhere in Khar. So we drove up and down Pali hill and lost our way only to find the most value for money place in the whole Bandra suburban area. It was a time …

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Fun dining at A Reverie

BY KUHELI BHATTACHARYA RANE When was the last time you were amazed by what you ate, when you were served the familiar presented in an unfamiliar way? And the unfamiliar presented to look and taste like something familiar? At A Reverie, Aakritee and VirendraSinh have re-imagined and re-interpreted their menu from fine dining to fun dining. To really understand the …

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