For model Mitali Sonawane, ‘take it easy, make it easy’ is the life mantra that works best. A fitness freak, she ensures her daily dose at the gym.
Aishwarya Nair is a dancer who becomes the dance. Watching the 16-year-old perform is watching poetry in motion. By Martin D’Souza
Praying to The Almighty gives me inner strength, says Amanda Vas, the 6 feet 1 inch model from Goa. She shares her secret with Opening Doorz.
Diamonds by Mahtani Jewellers. Opening Doorz to Avinash Mahtani, a Fourth Generation Jeweller who has opened his new bespoke Jewellery store.
Globally reputed hairstylist Savio John Pereira commences his month-long online hair dressing course from June 21, 2020 onwards.
Boost your immunity with Craig Scott and his FCUT 45, a complete program for 45 days, designed to keep you moving.The focus is on your immune system.
Opening Doorz to Shriya Pilgaonkar’s fitness routine, eating habits and spiritual quotient. Being mentally healthy is extremely important, says Shriya.
We are blessed with a great culture which our parents have passed on to us. Our traditional foods are very balanced. I strongly believe that weight loss is the result of 80 per cent of what you put in your stomach and 20 per cent of the physical activities you engage in or the workout you do.
Dr Chetan Shetty, MD (Paediatrics), Consultant Neonatologist & Child Specialist, who is currently with the Covid Task Force, gives an insight.
The Irani Restaurant, Koolar and Company has come a long way since its inception under the partnership of brothers Mandou and Saffaro.
Opening Doorz to Steven Alves who migrated from India to Canada. Here is his inspiring story. He had a brief stay in Dubai.
pening Doorz to Bhairavi Goswami’s fitness regimen, eating habits and spiritual quotient. “I eat when I’m hungry. I have a few simple rules,” she says.
Dr. Aijaaz was recently awarded the ‘Top 100 Healthcare Leaders Award’ by the International Forum on Advancement in Healthcare in the field of Physiotherapy.
When in Goa make sure to make a table reservation or else just walk into the very large-hearted Mahé for a dining experience in itself.
Migrating abroad cannot just be a ‘one size fits all’ approach. Migrants, almost by definition, move with the future in mind. But your journey inevitably involves leaving part of your past behind.
I am not a very big fan of the gym. It has a negative impact on my joints. However, I love swimming and dancing, and love the cardio it provides.