Sunday, August 20, 2017
Lest We Forget Goa’s Two Immortal Heroes by Aires Rodrigues
Thursday - Aug 13, 2015
Today August 12th is the death anniversary of Goa’s first Chief Minister Dayanand Bandodkar while 17th October is the first leader of the Opposition Dr Jack Sequeira’s death anniversary. But for Dr Jack Sequeira’s then tireless efforts during that historic Opinion Poll which was held on 16th January 1967
Former CM’s Entangled In Bribery Scandal-I by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Tuesday - Aug 11, 2015
The above title was given to a letter written by Michael Vaz, Merces in Navhind Times, dated 10.8.2015 in the Letters to the Editor column. All the contents of this letter are known by the people of Goa through the Press and local Media channels, and it was not necessary for the writer to mention once again the same details now, in the column
The Calangute Young Lads Rishi And His Brother Amon Gomes by Aires Rodrigues
Tuesday - Aug 11, 2015
The Calangute young lads 15 year old Rishi Gomes and his 14 year old brother Amon Gomes have done Goa proud by standing second and third respectively in the Junior foreign category at this year’s National Super cross Championship. It is very heartening to see this young duo’s inspiring triumph. The Goa Government needs to recognize this remarkable and amazing feat achieved by Rishi and Amon
Chief Minister's Staff Abuse Goan People by Tucarama Naique
Tuesday - Aug 11, 2015
Have the staff of CM Parsekar become Ministers themselves to abuse Goans? Is this how the BJP give their staff wings? Here is a case of such abuse uploaded on Facebook page "Goa Speaks" by Ms. Siddhi Prabhudessai: Today around 9.15 pm as we were driving to our residence at Altinho, the Chief Minister's car (GA11G0645) at extremely high speed overtook our car as we were overtaking
The (BBSM), Is Not For Konkanni But For Marathi by Tucarama Naique
Monday - Aug 10, 2015
The morcha they took out at Panji on 7th August clearly shows all their banners in Marathi. All the banners were in RED as though it is a Communist or Communalist group. The proof that BBSM is AGAINST KONKANI is brought out by a journalist Anou Raut Desai on her Facebook page "GOA WITH LOVE”; which I reproduce here below verbatim, as well as the site link
English as the MoI – from a Konkani lover by Brian Fernandes
Sunday - Aug 9, 2015
For this case, people in Goa can be broadly bracketed into 3 buckets: 1. Upper to upper-middle income: These folk would typically speak fluent English (or are bigger bhatkars / large businesspersons). Their kids would largely speak English at home, or/and study at private English MoI schools – no worries.
Louis Berger Probe – Quo Vadis? by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Aug 9, 2015
he malaise of Corruption has been taking the toll on our resourceful nation and not even sparing its smallest state, Goa. Anyone indulging in any corrupt practice should not be spared however high he may be and regardless to which political party he or she is affiliated. The Congress has been corrupt but things have only got worse over the last three and half years of the BJP rule
High Court In The Dock by Aires Rodrigues
Saturday - Aug 8, 2015
The Supreme Court today asked the Bombay High Court at Goa not to shift until Monday the Panjim lower Courts to the controversial ‘Spaces’ building at Patto Plaza. Questioning the proposed shifting of the Courts contrary to the wishes of the lawyers, the Supreme Court today adjourned to August 10th the further hearing on the petition filed by the North Goa Advocates Association challenging the arbitrary
New Tiatro ‘Maim-Paik Azilant Dovorat’ Of Tony Dias by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Saturday - Aug 8, 2015
Yesterday, on 5th of this month, at Kala Academy Hall, Panjim, I saw the new Tiatro “Maim-Paik Azilan Dovorat”, written and directed by Tony Dias, at 7.45 which was attended by a fairly large number of people though it was not a full house as many Seats were empty
Wagh Roared by Jose Maria Miranda
Saturday - Aug 8, 2015
There was nothing surprising in Vishnu Wagh’s outburst in Goa Assembly, on Thurday last on the MOI issue. After having won from a constituency with a large catholic population, today dwindled due to migration with Portuguese passports, Vishnu Wagh’s inclination towards Marathi is well known. He is a writer and poet in that language and perhaps has immense to gain from his
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