Thursday, May 25, 2017
Help My Husband – by Rita Fernandes
Thursday - May 25, 2017
My name is Rita, aged 35 originally from the village of Ibrampur in Goa. My father cultivates bananas and rears goats for a living. To make ends meet, I worked as a domestic help for few years before I married my husband Succor in 2007. Succor was employed as a driver to an Arab family in Kuwait. I live in Bhayandar, Mumbai with my two daughters, Marushka, 8 and 4.

On Nov 2016, Succor had a blackout whilst on driving duty and nearly had a fatal accident. His boss sent him back to India to have a medical check-up. On Dec 2016, Succor collapsed whilst playing with the girls. We rushed him to the hospital and after many tests he was diagnosed with a brain aneurysms. In the months that followed, we have spent all our savings and even borrowed
SSC Results On May 25th 2017 – by Pascoal de Chicalim (Colvale)
Wednesday - May 24, 2017
Dear students and my friends please don’t panic on the day of the results, The pressure is always there on the day of the outcome of results. One month back you had put pen to the paper and had written the tests so today is only the outcome. Friends when you have written the papers you surely know what you have
Vijai Sardesai Must Walk The Talk – by Aires Rodrigues
Tuesday - May 23, 2017
Why is the very wily Town & Country Planning Minister Vijai Sardesai now so silent to the current rampant landfilling of fields and low lying areas going on so blatantly across Goa? And less said the better on the sprouting illegal constructions all over the state while the once vociferous Vijai Sardesai is now comatised and remains conveniently politically impotent
Bloom Where You Are Planted – by Fausto Visitacão da Costa
Monday - May 22, 2017
This is very relevant when today we are trying to find the meaning of Goenkarponn...... Someone once remarked to Fr. Lourdino Barreto that he was cut for higher things and that he would do better if he had settled abroad, like Zubin Mehta. Fr. Barreto is said to have answered, in his typical
Police Inspector Sidhant Shirodkar On The Back Foot – by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - May 21, 2017
The beleaguered Panjim Police Inspector Sidhant Shirodkar to divert public attention is now claiming that the 19 year old Rahul Yadoli from St Inez who he mercilessly bashed up on the night of 19th May at the Panjim Police Station is a ‘goon’. Even if Rahul Yadoli is the biggest ‘goon’ on earth he cannot be denied his basic human rights. Every police officer including Sidhant Shirodkar is duty bound not to flex his muscles
Curiosity Can Be Most Dangerous To Those Curious – by Pascoal de Chicalim
Sunday - May 21, 2017
CURIOSITY is a dangerous attempt to know on the sly, everybody is curious to know the others’ lives. Curiosity makes the others wary but do the curious we know how dangerous it can be? James was always curious to know what his neighbour Michael's wife did with the building watchman every day in the corner of the building so he would climb the terrace and look at them
Goenchi Mati – A Movement Worthy Of Our Support – by Jose Maria Miranda
Sunday - May 21, 2017
Among the many movements which Goa has witnessed, in the last few years, Goenchi Mati deserves special mention, for it propounds a lofty ideal that the natural resources of a place are the wealth of the State and particularly of its people, who are the trustees of this treasure and have
St Inez Creek -  Fears For An Epidemic – by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Saturday - May 20, 2017
The restoration of the St Inez Creek lies primarily in the prevention of the causes of pollution. The most important aspect is to be able to stop with immediate affect discharge of sewage from all the tenements bordering the St. Inez Creek which Sidharth took in hand while he was MLA of Panjim, and did not materialized his dreams since he resigned to give away his seat to Parrikar
The Common Minimum Programme Hoax – by Aires Rodrigues
Saturday - May 20, 2017
It is over two long months that this motley and cocktail Goa government assumed office but that promised Common Minimum Programme is nowhere in sight. While in the Opposition Vijai Sardesai and Rohan Khaunte had consistently demanded the scrapping of the Investment Promotion Board which they had alleged was BJP’s massive den for Corruption
Panchayat Election And Our Candidates – by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Saturday - May 20, 2017
As per the available information, Michael Lobo (MLA) during his speech at Sinquerim on 16th of this month, for the inauguration of children Park, said that he will work to appoint an enquiry commission to investigate the disproportionate asset accumulated by some politicians and strongly
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