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Napoleon Bonaparte was a big fan of coffee. To ensure that he got a regular supply while he was exiled on the island of St Helena, he had the trees cultivated over there. Saint Helena coffee comes with a blend of citrus and caramel Zubin D’souza Way back in the 1880’s, a holy man who was also supposedly a seer …

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A satiating bite at Blue Apple

Danuska Da Gama | NT BUZZ Though I live quite close to the coastal beach belt of Calangute, let me confess I hate riding on those roads owing to the crazy traffic violations of tourists and the crowd. But, on the two occasions that I had to choose to have a meal in the area, it was at Blue Apple. …

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The rare temple of Sri Brahma in Brahmakarmali

Sanjeev V Sardesai Among the heritage jewels of the past lying forlornly all over Goa, is a very unique temple, the only one of its kind in Goa. This temple, situated in Nagargao Village, about six kilometres from Valpoi Town and in a ward named after it, Brahma-Karmali, in Sattari Taluka, is dedicated to the creator in the Hindu Holy …

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Monsoon getaways

Monsoon season is best for exploring touristy places if you want to escape the crowd and noise in the city. Here are the top 10 destinations to explore this rainy season. Most of us think that it’s impossible to travel during the monsoon season. The idea of mud, rain and wet-slippery roads makes the travel plan less appealing. But if …

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Healthy eating for senior citizens

Ageing is a complex process that is accompanied by physiological, pathological, social and psychological changes that contribute to a decline in the nutritional and health status of a person. With each passing year after the age of 50, there is a gradual decline in all body functions Rohini Diniz During the last century, advances in medical science have led to …

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God does not make bad deals

Sadhguru Devotion is about you making your emotions so sweet, that your life experience becomes beautiful. But right now, what is passing off as devotion is just deception. People’s idea of devotion is, “God, I broke a coconut for you, what are you going to give me tomorrow?” This is not devotion, this is a bad deal. Suppose I try …

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The young and the discontent

Having covered student politics for a decade, Hyderabad-based journalist Nikhila Henry was moved to pen ‘The Ferment: Youth Unrest in India’ documenting her experiences of reporting conflict, especially following the large scale protests after Rohith Vemula’s suicide. She shares more with NT BUZZ CHRISTINE MACHADO | NT BUZZ Q. You have been reporting about education and student politics for awhile. …

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Enabling colleges with smart classrooms

Globus Infocom, a Make in India brand which provides education and technology solutions to the Indian Government and private sector has provided 62 smart classrooms and four Virtual Classroom solutions that have been installed in four government colleges of Goa. NT KURIOCITY gets more details Globus Infocom has been providing digital education solutions for the past 18 years in government …

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Class act by Sethu

The Sethu team brought to light varied aspects of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) to 24 enthusiastic participants of Class Act held in Manovikas School, Margao. Class Act is Sethu’s annual summer training programme that aims to equip primary school teachers to manage diverse learners and address their needs in the classroom. This year the focus was on ADHD, a …

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Aryan Khan makes his film debut

Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan’s film debut – albeit in a voice role – is here. A new promo of ‘The Lion King’ features Aryan as Simba and SRK fans will soon be comparing him to a younger version of the superstar. Aryan can be heard saying Simba’s iconic lines in Hindi; Shah Rukh has lent his voice to Mufasa. Donald Glover …

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