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Body memories – Washing off Runanubandha

Sadhguru The body has its own memory. Today, there is research going on in this direction. To put it in a simplified way – let us say your father, when he was a child,

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Rooted in poetry

Urvashi Bahuguna’s recently launched poetry collection ‘Terrarium’ won The Great Indian Poetry Collective’s Emerging Writer’s Prize. In a chat with NT BUZZ, she talks about how the book was born, her years in Goa, and the misconceptions about poetry Danuska Da Gama I NT BUZZ Writing can mean different things to different people. For many it is a catharsis- like …

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Mahashivratri: In reverence of Lord Shiva

RAMESH SAVAIKAR|NT NETWORK Mahashivratri (known as ‘Night of Shiva’) is a Hindu festival celebrated annually in reverence of Lord Shiva. It is celebrated on Chaturdashi of Krishna Paksha Magh of Magha month of the Hindu calendar (14thday of the dark half fortnight of Magha Month). It is believed that on this night, Lord Shiva performed ‘Tandava Nrutya’, the dance of …

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The fort in the Port Town

Sanjeev V Sardesai Today let us take a journey into Mormugao. Situated on the North West point of the Southern District of Goa, just off Vasco City, it is famous for being a much acclaimed Port Town, catering to berths for massive ocean going passenger liners and goods carrying ships. History tells us that Old Goa after being run over …

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Prickly pears bring hope to Algeria

For generations, Algerians like the Gueldasmi family have barely eked out a living growing prickly pear fruits, but thanks to the cactus’s new found virtues their lives are steadily improving. “Now, my future is here. There is no need to go abroad” to find work, said Fethi Gueldasmi, 40, whose family’s revenues have been growing thanks to what agronomists and …

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Jesuits Superior General Fr Arturo Sosa celebrates mass in Goa

NT BUZZ It was a proud moment for the Jesuits of the Goa Province as their Superior General, Fr Arturo Sosa SJ celebrated mass under the protective care of their Founding Fathers, St Ignatius of Loyola and St Francis Xavier, on February 26 evening at the Basilica of Bom Jesus, Old Goa. The mass was well attended by well-wishers, staff …

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Speed up your spiritual process

Sadhguru   How can we allow the spiritual process to happen within us in full flow, and what might we be doing unconsciously that might keep it from happening? What could be a barrier within yourself? The main problem is you attach too much importance to your thoughts, emotions, ideas and everything else that you consider as “me” – all …

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Gut Tale: Listen to it!

ALDINA BRAGANZA Ever had the experience where the evidence in front of you adds up; yet, there is a gnawing voice in your head that tells you, something is amiss? Well, now if you have ignored that voice and later realised and wished that you hadn’t then what you could have probably been experiencing is your gut speaking to you. …

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Childhood Obesity

Rohini Diniz The management and treatment of overweight and obese children is different from that of adults and must involve the family. The treatment needs to take into account multiple aspects of the child’s lifestyle, food habits, physical activity patterns and psychological health to ensure that the child’s weight management goals are met. Here are some things to be kept …

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