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NIZ GOENKAR
Tuesday, June 27, 2017
Only Goans Can Save Goa – by Nixon Fernandes
Friday - Jun 23, 2017
Goa in the past has witnessed many govt. be it of MG, Congress, PDF etc., but none of the govt. ever posed a threat to the social fabric of Goa, but after BJP rose it ugly head in Goa and at the Centre the entire country got divided it became BJP vs Non-BJP anyone opposing their ideologies are termed as anti-Indians. Freedom of Speech which is the fundamental right exists only
Nothing Works In Goa by Stephen Dias
Friday - Jun 23, 2017
What a sorry affair for Goans when we get up from bed the internet works intermittently and same as other infrastructure like power supply either stops or one or two phases not working and the voltage is not stable, phone are dead most of the times, mobiles contacts one has to dial at least 4 to 5 times to get proper contact or no contact at all, from yesterday cable TV all over Goa is down and nobody
Sadhvi Saraswati: Goans must understand they live in Hindustan and not Portugal – by Flynn Remedios
Friday - Jun 23, 2017
Sadhvi Saraswati President of the Sanatan Dharma Prachar Seva Samiti of Chhindwara in MP added fuel to the fire raging in Goa over her comments on eating beef by saying she firmly stands by her comments and views on the issue. The Sadhvi also said her organisation is insisting on the Goa government to “ban” beef in the state.

Speaking to IndiaScribes.com, the Sadhvi said: I firmly stand by my comments made in my speech. Cow slaughter is banned in India and the cow is a revered, holy animal. Cow is our mother. How can anyone even think of killing and eating your own mother. Goans must understand that they live in Hindustan and not Portugal. They must respect the sentiments of the majority of Indian Hindus. The Sanatan Dharma Prachar Seva Samiti has asked the Goa government and the CM Manohar Parrikar to ban beef in Goa
Pandurang Madkaikar Opts For Goondagiri Instead Of Gandhigiri – by Aires Rodrigues
Thursday - Jun 22, 2017
If the Goa Government is serious about curbing the escalating lawlessness in the State, the Chief Minister, Ministers and MLAs must take a solemn pledge to lead by example in being at the best conduct at all times
An Audit Of Manohar Parrikar’s 100 Days In Office – by Aires Rodrigues
Wednesday - Jun 21, 2017
As Manohar Parrikar completes 100 days in office this week the Chief Minister faces formidable challenges and a uphill task trying to balance Politicians and Political parties who were ideologically poles apart from the BJP prior to the Assembly elections,but suddenly within hours of the assembly results being
Inflation Vegetable Prices Zoom – by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Monday - Jun 19, 2017
Two days back retail inflation was pegged at 2.2 % the lowest in several months on the back of fall in prices of fruits, vegetables, eggs and meat.  However, in Goa the prices of carrots, beans and coriander have double since the month of May and it is not a true reflection of the calculated retail inflation figures
Goa Government’s Double Standards – by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Monday - Jun 19, 2017
The decision of the Government of Goa on gambling ( either matka or any other form), is still prevailing in Goa and therefore the statement made by the Chief Minister stating that matka has been abolished/banned is not correct. By abolishing matka and allowing casinos to run, isn’t this a double standard?
Amid Insanity, Voices Of Reason Need To Heard – by Jose Maria Miranda
Sunday - Jun 18, 2017
The world is in turmoil. The culture of hatred, violence and death is taking deep roots in our societies. Though love, forgiveness and compassion are at the core of major religions, it is, ironically in the very name of religion, that discrimination, mistrust and intolerance are being preached and
Goa Government’s Double Standards – by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Saturday - Jun 17, 2017
The decision of the Government of Goa on gambling (either moddko or any other form), is still prevailing in Goa and therefore the statement made by the Chief Minister stating that moddko has been abolished/banned is not correct. By abolishing matka and allowing casinos to run, isn’t this a double standard? Matka is a small men’s indulgence in gambling
Will The Common Minimum Programme Be A Piece Of Toilet Paper? – by Aires Rodrigues
Saturday - Jun 17, 2017
Politicians and Political parties who were ideologically poles apart from the BJP prior to the Assembly elections, suddenly within hours of the results being declared on March 11th all jumped and congregated on the same bed without caring that Goa was being further screwed. To assuage the public resentment and
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