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A great steak festival

By Kuheli Bhattacharya Rane It’s truly getting to be the season to be jolly in Goa what with the film festival, and the music festivals and art and literature festival. Il Camino, the fine dining Italian restaurant at the Taj Vivanta Fort Aguada decided that they wanted to do a festival as well, thus was born “The great steak festival.”

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Wheat is good

By Luke Coutinho If you drink too much water you will bloat and become fat.  Is this statement true?  Well, it can at least be perceived as true. All it needs is someone to get the statement going in social circles before people start believing in it, attributing their weight loss to the above statement. 

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Health hazards of obesity

We put on weight because of our bad lifestyle, and this weight is very difficult to reduce. How many of you are really worried about your weight? Do you follow a proper diet and exercise regime to reduce those extra kilos?

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Mary’s Gold

By Miguel Braganza The bobbing orange, butter yellow, ochre and lemon yellow heads of marigold flowers are a sight to see on the borders of fields filled with green and ripening red chillies.

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A bit of Bali at Balae

Consider this: the humidity of the post-monsoonal months has left you sticky and sweaty despite any number of showers and you look tired just a few weeks into the season (thank you age and weird weather!). But despite your fears, this look doesn’t have to be permanent.

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“The potential of the youth in Goa is really quite huge”

By Luis Dias Goan-origin violinist Sanya Myla Cotta and her mentor Professor Ulf Klausenitzer are in Goa, in advance of the rest of the contingent of musicians scheduled to arrive in Goa from Germany for the upcoming David Menezes Violin Competition and the Indo-German Confluence music festival. They spoke in an exclusive interview to NT BUZZ, along with Schubert Cotta, …

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“My love affair with Goa started about five years ago” …says actor Rajeev Khandelwal

By Sachin Chatte R ajeev Khandelwal started his career with television and made a smooth transition to films, but he is not as prolific as you’d expect him to be. Like many actors who don’t want to be a part of the race, he is choosy about the kind of films he does. In a tete-a-tete over a light lunch …

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‘The President’ to set the tone for IFFI 2014

NT NETWORK T he 45th International Film Festival of India (IFFI), the eleventh edition of the mega film event that is held in Goa, is all set to open on November 20 with the screening of the Iranian film ‘The President’ directed by Mohsin Makhmalbaf. The movie narrating the story of a dictator – the president of the former Soviet …

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Dining on a budget

By Zubin D’Souza Being a chef means that you are always surrounded by good food, several options to choose from and several budding young chefs waiting eagerly to do your bidding. Being a chef is also a tough life, takes years of sweat to see improvements in social standing or finances and definitely sees most of your social life flushed …

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Gem of a find

By Kuheli Bhattacharya Rane Serendipity: The effect by which one accidentally stumbles upon something fortunate… especially while looking for something totally unrelated. It was with such fortunate consequences that we stumbled upon a quaint little yellow and white house while visiting Mahalakshmi temple during Navratri. A simple sign board read Suwadik, and when we peeped in through the window, we …

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