Wednesday, August 16, 2017
Once Upon A Time Vijai Sardesai Had Stood Tall In The Assembly – by Diana Pinto
Tuesday - May 9, 2017
Once upon a time, Vijai Sardesai captured the votes of Goans by standing tall in the Assembly and spouting stiff sermons to the then BJP government on the detrimental effects of using our riverine waterways to transport coal. He also warned that the coal hub would only benefit Adani and Jindal
Remembering Satish Sonak – by Aires Rodrigues
Monday - May 8, 2017
It is a month that Satish Sonak left us so suddenly leaving us all astonished. He was a great selfless warrior who tirelessly worked in seeking justice for the poor, downtrodden and the oppressed. A true Goenkar he always was and will continue to inspire us all to do our bit to carry his mission forward. Satish Sonak was a truly remarkable gentleman who cared about his fellow human
Yusuf Sheikh’s Konkani Book ‘Maxallah’ released – by Lino Dourado
Monday - May 8, 2017
Love is a powerful weapon that conquers everything and Yusuf Sheikh, noted Konkani writer & poet has successfully tapped this “mul mantra” for winning over others and contributing towards creating an atmosphere of togetherness, said Mr. Tomazinho Cardozo Chairman of Goa Teatr Academy and former speaker
Kudos To GSPCB – by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Saturday - May 6, 2017
Kudos to the Goa State Pollution Control Board (GSPCB) for having stopped iron ore mining activities of 12 out of the 13 companies involved in the transportation of iron ore who were infringing on the environmental norms of air, water and noise pollution in Sonshi. Although the action came after the tragic death of a CID constable when the motorcycle he was riding was overrun by
Can We Be More Sensible And Less Irresponsible On Our Roads? – byJose Maria Miranda
Saturday - May 6, 2017
Years ago, in these very columns, I had written an article on this subject, titled “Goans most uncultured on roads”. My only purpose in choosing a harsh title was not as much to hurt my fellow Goans as it was to drive home and open our eyes to the hard and sad reality on Goa’s roads, which have turned
Absolute Power Corrupts Absolutely – by Aires Rodrigues
Thursday - May 4, 2017
Due to the flawed and skewed decisions of the Government, the High Court in Goa has over the last few years been flooded with litigations. So to ensure that governance is carried out strictly within the frame of law, the presence of a very competent and knowledgeable Advocate General is of paramount importance to properly advise and guide the government. The appointment
Destruction Conspiracy Of Coal Hub & Dredging – by Prabhakar Timble
Thursday - May 4, 2017
The business plans of the Mormugao Port Trust to enter into the foray of coal handling on a gigantic scale necessitating redevelopment of Berths 8, 9 and barge berths at the port for multi-cargo activities which include capital dredging of the channel cannot be viewed as a project restricted to
Tuesday - May 2, 2017
In the last two months, various speakers and writers have spoken/ written about our Goenkarponn and everyone from politicians to the common Goenkar is interested to preserve our Goenkarponn. They speak about special status to Goa when Goa has been mostly sold to outsiders. Everyone is questioning what is our Goenkarponn without giving an answer to what it really
Cloud Of Discontent In Goa Village As Mining Picks Up Pace – by Pamela D'Mello
Tuesday - May 2, 2017
As mining in Goa steadily picks up pace after a four-and-a-half-year hiatus brought about by a mining ban imposed in 2012, the resumption of iron ore extraction has brought back the old problems faced by residents living in the coastal state’s mining zones. Though the ban was lifted in 2014
Happy Labour Day – by Aires Rodrigues
Monday - May 1, 2017
Today on Labour Day, the Goa Government should vow as a matter of rule to ensure that there is a total ban on any extensions in service and contract appointments to the retired. Every extension in service or contract appointment given beyond the retirement age is a cruel and grave injustice to the Youth. It is also a severe prejudice to those unemployed aspiring to join the government
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