Saturday, April 29, 2017
Appealing Goa Church To Help The Poor by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Friday - Aug 21, 2015
A few years back when the then Bishop of Kuwait spotted a young Goan girl asking donation in the Church compound for the heart surgery of her poor neighbor in her village in Goa, costing 5 lakhs of rupees, the Kuwait Bishop asked her, “Can’t your Church in your locality do this job instead of doing in
Crime Branch Must Not Loose Hopes by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Thursday - Aug 20, 2015
Editorial from Herald dated 20th August, 2015 titled “CRIME BRANCH SHOULD NOT LOOSE HEART, IT NEEDS TO GET THE CORRUPT” adequately pin pointed that sometimes the corrupt may escape from justice probably due to divine providence or intervention in their favour. Poor Churchill, his prayers did not work!
Goa CM Must Take A Break by Aires Rodrigues
Thursday - Aug 20, 2015
Goa Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar’s brother in law Dilip Malvankar who is an officer with the Goa Industrial Development Corporation has been arrested yesterday by the Anti- Corruption Branch after being caught red handed accepting a bribe of Rs 50000. For the Goa Police to be able to fairly and
Mine Owners Finance Congress And BJP In Goa by Bebdo
Wednesday - Aug 19, 2015
The ruling Congress government in Goa and the opposition BJP will never do anything about the mining problem in Goa despite the ecological and environmental damage open cast mining and its transportation have done to the topography of the state. The many NGOs who are fighting against the mining
The Konkani That United Us Is Dividing Us Now? by A. Veronica Fenandes, Candolim
Tuesday - Aug 18, 2015
The real push for the Konkani movement for its recognition started with the formation of “NOVEM GOEM” movement in late seventies when members of Novem Goem Pratishthan, a Trust formed to establish two Konkani Dailies in Goa, one Romi and the other Nagri, travelled on foot all over Goa to ask donation for this
Candolim Gramsabah Meeting by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Monday - Aug 17, 2015
Candolim Panchayat held its Gramsabah Meeting on Sunday, 16th of this month in the morning starting at 11.00 while scheduled time was 10.30 AM. After my return to Goa it was a rare opportunity for me to witness such a meet which looked more like a Fish Market where there was no system nor was discipline, the Sarpanch was unable to maintain her control over the proceedings
DG T N Mohan of Goa Police And The High Profile Criminals Called Politicians by Menino Fernandes
Monday - Aug 17, 2015
I picked up my phone and dialled up a number that I got from a friend of mine on a Sunday which went unanswered probably because the gentleman I called up was on his day off or busy with family as family too needs attention at least once a week. I dialled up on Monday morning from UK and the response was quick. He picked up the line quickly and answered. Expecting a harsh and rude
Saluting Kapil Natekar On This Indepenedence Day by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Aug 16, 2015
This Independence Day as usual the Goa Government will felicitate many but as expected not the most deserving Kapil Natekar. Let us however salute and applaud this young and brave Soul. On July 15th 2006 the then Animal Husbandry Minister Mickky Pacheco slapped Electricity department Junior Engineer Kapil Natekar. Possibly because Kapil Natekar was not from an
‘Special Status’ Is Not So Special by Peter Fernandes
Sunday - Aug 16, 2015
For reasons known and unknown, the term “special status” has become a bad one in the socio-political arena, which is why, special status no longer is so special. It is a total betrayal of the trust and aspiration of the people of Goa. However, it is important to understand the nature of the demand
Goans Freedom Movement From Corrupt Politicians by Adv. Anish Bacal
Saturday - Aug 15, 2015
The Day has come that the Goans must come forward to fight for Justice from this present habitual offenders so called Politicians.... The Goans are fooled by those who are and have been seasoned in Politics. People elect own representatives from each constituency to represent them in Assembly and to do something good for the up-liftment betterment of the whole of Goa
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