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Make way…here ‘we’ come

Known to be a male-dominated sport, motorcycling is witnessing a change in the trend with many women bikers participating in the sport. India Bike Week currently happening at Vagator will see participation of women bikers from across the world. NT BUZZ speaks to some women bikers to find out why they got into motorcycling and how does it feel to …

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Croissants – The world’s most famous flaky bread

BY ZUBIN D’SOUZA There is absolutely no coffee shop in the world that does not stock one of the most easily recognisable pastries in the world – the croissant. There are variations of the original version, businesses that revolve around a croissant as a central theme and an entire nation that has citizens who would be in for a rude …

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Chandni Chowk at Calangute

BY KUHELI BHATTACHARYA RANE Delhi has been in the news lately what with the spicy political pot boiler made even spicier by the news channels. If you are craving for more of the ‘Dilli ka chaska’, then head to ‘Chandni Chowk’ in Calangute. Located conveniently on the popular Calangute Baga road, two blocks from Infantaria and in the foyer of …

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It’s all about the act of eating

South Korean artist KYUNGWOO CHUN is conducting quite an unusual performance at Sunaparanta, Goa Centre for the Arts, Altinho, Panaji on February 22 at 6 p.m., where he will be inviting 30 guests who are not known to each other to have a Goan meal together for dinner.  In conversation with NT BUZZ he speaks about this performance, why he …

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Culinary delights of the ‘Chinese Year of the Goat’

NT NETWORK China has a unique ceremonious style of celebrating its traditional new year. Every Chinese year is celebrated as the year of one of the zodiacs and the animal associated with it that is ox, rat, goat, snake, dog, rabbit, dragon, tiger, horse, rooster, monkey and pig. This Chinese year, which started on February 19, is associated with the …

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Make the best compositions by using depth of field

BY ASSAVRI KULKARNI Composition is the spine of any photographs or any visual art. Many artists and painters before the invention of photography used it to make their art work visually more communicatiing. Thus, more current composition tools come from the art world. Most leading painters and artists came out with a system that would cause people to stare into …

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Recovering From Typhoid

BY DEEPIKA RATHOD Have you decreased your weight because you were suffering from typhoid few months/ days back? Are you still feeling low on energy? Do you want to recover from all these things? If the answer is yes to all the above questions, then just follow few dietary changes and you will be perfectly fine. Typhoid is a condition, …

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The real truth about Coconut Oil

BY LUKE COUTINHO Mother nature is incredibly generous in the way she provides–offering a bounty of fruits and vegetables rich in vitamins, minerals and nutrients to nourish your body so you can enjoy a long healthy life. One fruit in particular – the coconut – is so abundant in its healing properties it’s referred to as “the tree of life.” …

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Decoding ‘Kama Sutra’

‘Kama, Interrupted – Reinterpreting The Sutra of Desire’, an exhibition art works currently showing at Gallery Gitanjali, curated by artist and independent curator Apurva Kulkarni, brings back the text in a stimulating and enticing visual oeuvre.The concept had its genesis in the translation of Kama Sutra by Wendy Doniger and Sudhir Kakar

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People’s carnival at the Samba Square 2015

The much awaited Carnival is back and with it, the Samba Square. In its third edition, the citizens of Panaji have come together to celebrate and revive the nostalgia of the years gone by at Samba Square which is being held at the historic Garcia de Orta.  

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