Saturday, April 29, 2017
Standing Up For Goa And Her Children by Fr. Victor Ferrao
Friday - Jun 19, 2015
The name is the most beautiful sound that every person likes to hear. It being essentially a sound image that is also rendered alphabetically legible naturally belongs to the world of images. Though the name represents us and becomes intimately linked to ourselves, there still remains a gap between
Thursday - Jun 18, 2015
SUSHMA SWARAJ helped the Fugitive Lalit Modi to Go to PORTUGAL. Raise a a Lot of Questions 1) Now will Goan Freedom Fighters Protest against Swaraj on her next visit to Goa becaused she helped someone go to partagal
Honest And Dishonest Candidates In Elections by Sudeep Dalvi
Thursday - Jun 18, 2015
An honest Christian or Muslim candidate will never expect to win in a Hindu majority constituency, but a corrupt/characterless Hindu candidate can because a majority of Hindus will always vote for a Hindu candidate. For example, an honest candidate like Fr. Bismarque got defeated by a corrupt and dishonest one like Pandurang Madkaikar.
The Now Disgraced Mickky Pacheco by Aires Rodrigues
Thursday - Jun 18, 2015
Former Minister and Nuvem MLA Mickky Pacheco may have tried his devious best to mock the rule of law, but the long arm of the law is finally catching up with this habitual offender. South Goa Principal District and Sessions Judge Nutan Sardessai has now sought a detailed report within seven days from the
What Remains Of Goa Needs To Be Saved by Aires Rodrigues
Wednesday - Jun 17, 2015
It has been a week of birthday celebrations of MLAs. After Vijai Sardesai and Naresh Sawal, today its Cuncolin MLA Rajan Naik’s, while tomorrow the 18th of June is Calangute MLA Michael Lobo’s. Michael Lobo a very proactive hands on MLA is always amongst the people solving their never ending vows. A good human being who can feel the pulse of the people but in the wrong political
Wednesday - Jun 17, 2015
Why do we need an alliance with other state parties, each state has their own marked boundaries and within those boundaries, lived our ancestors and their generations? Our state is surrounded by green hills, mountains, ocean, and inland agricultural land, various water bodies, forest etc. We should be thankful to God to be born and living in this beautiful land, having required
Goan Hindu Ladies by Manguesh Sardeshpande
Wednesday - Jun 17, 2015
Goa >1850-1930 A.D. Hindu Goan girls were married before they attained their puberty. They were married off when they were hardly 9 / 10 years old. [My own grandmother was 9 and my grandfather was 10 when they got married]. If by sheer bad luck a girl was not married by his time, her parents were highly worried as
Goa Needs A Political Parivartan by Aires Rodrigues
Tuesday - Jun 16, 2015
At Bicholim Independent MLA Naresh Sawal’s 50th birthday celebration last night it was a missed opportunity for the Congress Legislature Party (CLP) to have its meet. With Babush Monseratte expelled and Mauvin Godinho given away in adoption to the BJP, the Congress has an effective strength of seven MLA’s some of whom do not even see eye to eye, with every CLP meet usually attended by only three or four MLAs
King Of Konkani Romansi Reginld Fernandes Remembered by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Tuesday - Jun 16, 2015
On his 101st birthday, the late Romansi writer and musician Reginald Fernandes was remembered in his birth place Siolim. The King of Konkani Romansi, as he was called was remembered by about 100 fans of the late author when they, some of them coming from distant places in South Goa, congregated at his residence
Fibs Of The Thief Of Goa Mauvin Godinho by Menino Fernandes
Monday - Jun 15, 2015
The rodents in congress have increased in numbers after 2012 elections said Mauvin Godinho, in an interview with Rupesh Samant recently. It was an interesting interview to see Mauvin fibbing all the way. Mauvin fails to note that he himself has been the biggest rodent in the congress who along with his
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