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The pros of being an angry woman

Anger is an important emotion like happiness, sadness, frustration and disgust. It evolved as a survival emotion and belongs to the fight and flight response in the face of danger Aldina Braganza I am always composed to the extent that I have been accused of never getting angry. For the longest time I took that as a compliment. For sure …

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WEEKEND DAIRIES

ART: Art matters: A special exhibition curated by private art dealer, Swetlana Cardoso featuring exquisite artworks by Francis De Sousa, Vasudev Shetye and Nandini Raikar will be held. till November 30, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. H No 386, Amblimoll, Guirdolim, Chandor Details: 9822814957 Into the vault: MOG is hosting ‘Into the Vault’ an exhibition in collaboration with the Goa Artist …

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Of village life and folk festivals

With the aim of enlightening people and reviving the age old Diwali-related festival of ‘Gorvancho Padvo’ which is celebrated in a few villages in Goa, Folk Living will be hosting a group of people in Basrai village of Quepem. NT BUZZ reports Danuska Da Gama| NT BUZZ Diwali is one of the biggest celebrated festivals across the country, albeit with …

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Entertainment unlimited

There’s a new revolution brewing in Goa calling out to folks to unravel their artsy side CHRISTINE MACHADO | NT BUZZ Ashis Acharjya is no stranger to open mics. The stand-up comedian has been entertaining Goa with his witty cracks for the last couple of years at shows around the state. With time, he also became aware of the vast …

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Take care of your respiratory system

With Respiratory Awareness Week being observed from October 20 to 26, chest physician, Akashdeep S Arora speaks about how we can keep allergens at bay and why tuberculosis continues to be one of the biggest infective disorders NT BUZZ A lot of people suffer from allergies. Some are allergic to certain foods, some to certain medicines, others to certain animal …

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Diwali around India

Zubin D’souza Each year the festivals get harder to bear. I look around me, realise that people are out celebrating and know that I have to be at work catering to these occasions. Right from January 1 where hotels all around do a champagne brunch to help the stragglers from New Year parties recover from their night of excess to …

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Wine in the sky

Vir Sanghvi I am writing this on board a Vistara flight from Delhi to Bangalore having just finished my in-flight snack. This may strike you as too much information, but in my little life, it is actually quite a big deal. I don’t usually eat or drink on aeroplanes if I can help it (unless I have brought my own …

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Remembering the dear departed

Sanjeev V Sardesai Goa, as well as India, is a land where every opportunity to celebrate, and also to respectfully reminiscence, is done with dignity, nostalgia, and glamour. This article throws light on the forthcoming rituals of All Saints Day (November 1) and All Souls Day (November 2) which will be held here. Each religious community carries out the final …

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Dos and don’ts while planning your next wildlife safari trip

“Respect the jungle. And be practical, not fashionable when you are on a wildlife excursion. That’s the basic,” says chief executive officer WildTrails, Manjunath Gowda, as he narrates the rules to follow both before and during a wildlife safari. Planning the Trip Making plans for a wildlife safari in haste is never a good idea. Ideally, every journey to a wildlife sanctuary should …

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Get Winter Ready

Deepika Rathod Winter is approaching and the rains are not ready to leave us. This is taking a toll on our immune function as well as digestion. Many cases of indigestion, fever, cold and cough have been observed recently as the weather is getting worse. What should we do to keep our immune function in check in order to stay …

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