After Salman Khan and Kareena Kapoor, Ajay Devgn, too, has decided to go the Aamir Khan way and stay away from award ceremonies. “The facts with award ceremonies are that you are called saying, ‘Please come for the awards, we are giving you the award’; when you don’t go, they say they had to give it to someone else,” says the Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai actor.Read More »
A birdie who arrived from Singapore after attending the Zee Cine awards chirps that all the stars flew back to Mumbai on Saturday evening.Read More »
The 36th State Art Exhibition 2010-11 was inaugurated recently at the Kala Academy’s Art Gallery at the hands of artists Veenita S Chendvankar, Kalidas Satardekar and Bianca Ballantyne, winners of the state art exhibition.Read More »
Art has no boundaries. It constantly seeks to touch new frontiers in space and life. It becomes eventful in every space of the word, in the sense that it makes it manifestations to be experienced and thus enrich our state of consciousness.Read More »
By Aroona Reejhsinghani
Cleansing removes the oils from the face and the moisturiser helps in replenishing the oil, go in for water based or gel moisturiser as this regulates the production of oil and prevents the clogging of pores which give rise to embarrassing blemishes on the skin.
BY PURVI RADIA | NT NETWORK
Joanna de Souza took the audience by surprise with her sonorous footwork and graceful pirouettes when she performed in Goa for the first time. Hailing from Canada, this kathak dancer got her master’s degree from the Prayag Sangit Samiti, Allahabad.
By Ajitha Menon
When her male colleague packed his bags and wandered off to the Maoist belt of West Midnapore in Bengal, 30-year-old scientist Paushali Bal, an MA in Sociology and a PhD in Epidemiology, felt disadvantaged in being a woman for the first time in her life.
BY ARTI DAS | NT NETWORK
One of Goa’s most loved bands, Forefront, has become the first Goan group to get their album featured on MTV International channel. During a chat with ‘The Navhind Times’ they spoke about their journey of 20 years and their plans for future
By Odette and Joe Mascarenhas
The ‘Flying Dolphin’ lies along the Candolim coast. The multi cuisine restaurant started by Michael Mascarenhas way back in 1996 needs no introduction.