Saturday, April 29, 2017
Thursday - Jul 2, 2015
Yoga is for lazy people”, so declared Karnataka Social Welfare Minister H. Anjaneya (Indian Express, 18 June 2015) on the eve of Modi’s Yoga Day bash. Yoga was for people who are into lavish lifestyles and are otherwise lazy, the minister explained, adding that farmers, labourers and others who work hard do not need to worry about their health and remain physically and mentally fit
Comedians ‘Bhurxe’ by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Wednesday - Jul 1, 2015
It is almost 125 years since the Tiatro was born with the initiative of Lucasinho Ribeiro from Assagao, Bardez, the village known for producing great Goans of great caliber. Though Tiatro was born in Bombay yet it created immense impact on Goan society in Goa. Tiatro and Tiaitrists of yesteryears took up this profession as a challenge not to make money but to bring about changes in Goan society and
Help Me, I'm Confused by Joao Barros-Pereira
Wednesday - Jul 1, 2015
With development coming into Goa in a big way it is confusing to say the least! The government proposes Yoga for physical, mental and development of spiritual health but in the span of two weeks it is reported that there are two ministers who have dubious academic degrees. The Deputy Chief Minister who is a lawyer is of the opinion the issue is a moral
St Ines Creek Is Again Under Scanner by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Wednesday - Jul 1, 2015
Yesterday on 30th June 2015 I decided to go for shopping in Panjim because it was a dry day and on my way at St Ines I saw this Creek in such a bad condition that water was completely black in colour. That was at 10.30 hrs and the smell was so bad that I thought that I was at Bandra –Mumbai. I stopped to see what
Forty Years After Emergency, The Writing Is On The Wall by Fr. Cedric Prakash SJ
Wednesday - Jul 1, 2015
Forty years ago on the night of June 25th – 26th 1975, the country stood still as one of the darkest chapters of its history unfolded. For those whose memories will never fail, it was surely a reminder of those immortal words of Pandit Nehru when Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated in 1948, “the light has gone out of our lives and there is darkness everywhere”
Tuesday - Jun 30, 2015
As the rest of the country debates the pros and cons of the Land Acquisition Bill, I would like to draw attention to matters closer to home in Goa. Many of you are aware that there is a movement to preserve the traditions of the Comunidades and there is much discussion whether to abolish or reorganize them
Enough Of Your True Son Of The Soil Quip by Floriano Lobo
Tuesday - Jun 30, 2015
Hogwash, this is, I must say, from the ex-man of uniform. India is a nation which existed with its undiluted culture, customs, the way it looks at life, the inventor of Zero, the ever to be copied by the rest of the world KAMA SUTRA. India is a nation that must adore all life which germinates from the ground in the green form. India must snuff out isolated idealists
Musical Protest Against Leading Hotels To Be Held At Margao by Sudeep Dalvi
Monday - Jun 29, 2015
After having two successful Musical Protests at Panjim Church and Mapusa Market respectively against the proposed golf course cum resort by Leading Hotels Group in Tiracol, We, Fr. Bismarque, Zico, Sudeep, Sidhanath Buyao, Eliath and many other friends are coming next Sunday to MARGAO with our musical Revolution, and this time we intend to perform BIG.and LOUD. I have many friends
Uninvestigated Murder Of Felix Dahl In Goa, A Human Rights Violation by Minna Pirhonen
Monday - Jun 29, 2015
Felix Dahl was a 22-year-old student with Finnish and Swedish nationality. He left for India the 14th of October, because he was overworked and tired. He had been there during winter 2014 and liked the place. From India he was due to go to Bangkok in January 2015 to make his exchange studies. At the airport in Goa
Feast Of St Peter And The Goan Sangodd by Maria de Lourdes Bravo da Costa Rodrigues
Monday - Jun 29, 2015
The month of June is the month for celebrating feasts of popular saints of the Roman Catholic Church. On the thirteenth is the feast of St Anthony, on twenty fourth that of St John the Baptist and on the twenty ninth that of St Peter and St Paul. The fishing community celebrates the feast of St Peter with much gaiety. Why do fishermen celebrate the feast?
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