Tuesday, April 25, 2017
MPT Chief Is Too Optimistic? – by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Tuesday - Apr 25, 2017
The hue and cry all over Goa, about the coal pollution at Marmagoa harbour and surrounding areas of Vasco town, is a case of concern for all the residents of Vasco town, Dona Paula as well as all Goans. It will surely be polluted if the coal industry comes to Goa and that the residents of town, will suffer first due to coal pollution and people living there will get pulmonary disease, asthma, breading problems etc. if not well controlled.

May I ask this MPT chief whether he is ready to give an affidavit to the Court, saying there will be no such effects as mentioned by him in a section of press today ( 23.4.2017) that Pollution will be well within the norms in this Port? Now the MPT chief is planning to resume Mumbai-Goa cruise by October this year, and also seeking to get back old ferry services from Baina (Vasco) to Dona Paula which we all know it was a fancy proposal because earlier it has been discontinued on various technical reasons and now whether he is so optimistic that this service will come to existence is a million dollar question for us
A Cleansing Given – by Fr. Saluzinho Vaz
Monday - Apr 24, 2017
So after I gave the instructive sermons and having got out from Murida, the 'kids' have learned their lessons and are moving around as 'obedient boys'. The 'bhagevont' have stopped being 'boroinnar ani director' and so no longer write and direct dramas by which the 'kids' come drunk and enact their
Stop Criminal Waste Of Public Funds – by Aires Rodrigues
Saturday - Apr 22, 2017
In a democracy there can be no room to foment VIP culture. With the red beacon now gone, it’s time to stop those crores being squandered on providing police security for Ministers and their kin. Politicians who are apprehensive about their personal safety should either hire their own personal body guards or fade away from public life. Ministers and officials should also stop violating
Goa, As Coal Hub – A Deadly Proposition That Needs To Be Fiercely Opposed – by Jose Maria Miranda
Saturday - Apr 22, 2017
Goans have been in an agitated mood for a pretty long time, but not without reason. Their apprehensions and fears of Goa getting destroyed and Goans marginalized, are coming true faster than expected. They rejected the BJP recently, simply because they strongly disapproved of its model of
Parrikar Scarred To Defend Panjim? – by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Friday - Apr 21, 2017
It is never expected that Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar and former Defence Minister of India is seeking to contest by polls from a safe constituency like Curchorem instead of defending his bastion of Panjim from where he got elected five times in a row. We Panjimites will miss him if he desert Panjim
The Week That Was – by Nixon Fernandes
Friday - Apr 21, 2017
Goan roads are now getting an unique distinction of being the killer roads in India, In the last 15 days there are as many as 25-30 accidents that have been reported in various parts of Goa and almost all of them are fatal. The month of March-April have been a deadly one as the number of fatal accidents kept on rising. The question arises here is whom do we Blame? Are we ready to accept the fact that many accidents could have been avoided if we had instilled some basic driving sense in our loved ones?

A tiny village named Sonshi in Valpoi was in news as around 40 people from this village were arrested for protesting and blocking the Mining trucks that were plying day in and night through their village. The peoples concern was that they are facing hardships due to mining trucks, they breathe polluted air many of them have respiratory problems, parents fear sending their wards to schools as killer trucks are on prowl to reach fast to their destination
Wednesday - Apr 19, 2017
It is sad that our newspapers did not publish my letter (enclosed) and therefore the people of Panjim and Goa are not aware of the problems which the Goans are actually suffering. In today report published in the local newspapers the Chief Minister of Goa, did not pursue the safety and interest of drivers who have difficulties riding on this roads whereas he has made more elaborate planning
Now The Cat Is Finally Out Of The Bag In The Vishwajit Rane Matter – by Flynn Remedios
Wednesday - Apr 19, 2017
Vishwajit Rane who is now the Health minister in Manohar Parrikar's government in Goa had decided and made up his mind to quit the Goa Congress months before the elections. In his own admission to journalist Smita Nair of the Indian Express, in an article published today, Junior Rane has
State Government’s Anti People Attitude And Total Disregard Of The Democratic Rights Of Goans – by Diana Pinto
Tuesday - Apr 18, 2017
GFDO said that the commencement of work by GMR on the contentious Mopa Airport project is yet another instance of the State Government’s anti people attitude and total disregard of the democratic rights of Goans. The local BJP MLA Babu Azgaonkar himself has admitted that his government has
Let The New Light Of Easter Bring Justice To Fr. Bismarque – by Nixon Fernandes
Sunday - Apr 16, 2017
Goans world over and in Goa are eagerly gearing up for Easter. The 40 days of Lent, suffering of Jesus Christ is over and within a few hours from now we will be celebrating Easter with New light and renewed HOPE in each and everyone’s life. We all know Jesus Christ died on the cross for our sins
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