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Dining on a budget

Zubin Dsouza   Almost everyone has been discussing the dismal economic state and of course skyrocketing prices. A price rise is normally a positive indicator if it accompanies a rise in salary and standards of living of the average citizen. Unfortunately our recent history has only witnessed a raise in spending without any accompanying good cheer.

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Brazilian Churrasco at Dona Sylvia Resort

SACHI NAIK | NT BUZZ Churrascaria is a Brazilian steakhouse known for its barbecued meats. The Novotel Goa Dona Sylvia Resort, Cavelossim, has incorporated the elements of a Brazilian churrascaria into their food festival ‘Fire – The Brazilian Churrasco’. Chefs Sachin Talwar and Manoj Singh make sure to marinate the meats a day prior to ensure the spices and flavours …

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Quepem and Sanguem – gateway to rocky trails

Sanjeev V Sardesai For a first time visitor, the image of Goa portrays a glittering LED illuminated picture of the beachside shacks and nightlife or the merrymaking, and a laid back lifestyle of its residents.

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Food-based remedies to beat monsoon maladies

Rohini Diniz India is home to a large repertoire of medicinal remedies using fruits, vegetables, roots, spices and herbs. Many of these remedies when taken at the onset of symptoms provide immediate relief and prevent symptoms from worsening. Here are some food-based remedies to help you manage common monsoon maladies. Remember that these remedies should not substitute your doctor’s advice.

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Exploring London’s best on a budget

From investing in a multi-venue paid pass to visiting museums which don’t charge an entry fee, there are plenty of ways to enjoy London without burning a hole in your wallet Associated Press, London

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Six taste saga

Sujal Torgal Patil   In the previous articles we discussed the sweet, sour and salty tastes. Today we learn about pungent, bitter and astringent tastes. Pungent or spicy food is liked by many but bitter and astringent foods are not common in our diets.

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Live a disciplined and stress-free life

Deepika Rathod We’ve all heard about healthy diets being good for the heart as well as the waistline. However, that’s not enough as one needs to look into his or her overall lifestyle to achieve goals.

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The French Connection: Le monde des stupéfiants

RAMNATH N PAI RAIKAR | NT NETWORK   Based on the true story involving narcotics detectives, Eddie Egan and Sonny Grosso, as well as the non-fiction book, ‘The French Connection: A True Account of Cops, Narcotics, and International Conspiracy’ (1969) by Robin Moore, ‘The French Connection’ (1971) narrates the tale of two New York City policemen investigating a complex intercontinental …

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Caring for tail wagers on the streets

There are limited welfare centres in Goa that help control the population of stray dogs. NT BUZZ seeks to understand the functioning of two welfare centres in South Goa, besides speaking to veterinary physicians who highlight important dog-related issues that we can help reduce SACHI NAIK | NT BUZZ Stray dogs are considered a nuisance, but are they really? How …

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Prize distribution of 2nd Anti Tobacco Film Festival held

NT BUZZ The Entertainment Society of Goa in association with the Department of Public Health Dentistry, Goa Dental College and Hospital commemorated ‘World No Tobacco Day’ by organising ‘The Goa Anti Tobacco Film Festival’ at Maquinez Palace, ESG on Friday. The competition was held in two sections – Goa section (17 ad films and 9 short films) and National section …

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