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Monday, June 26, 2017
A Clean Cop Retires by Aires Rodrigues
Friday - Jul 17, 2015
Superintendent of Police Merlin Fernandes fondly known to all as Melwyn Fernandes recently retired after serving the Goa Police Force for over three decades. A very affable, fun loving and very kind Melwyn has been always jovial yet never mincing words in all that he communicates
Thursday - Jul 16, 2015
Any megaproject that hides behind a veneer of legality, needs to be immediately ripped apart, before any damage at all is done. Corporations’ “rights” to set up a megaproject cannot take precedence over human rights. It is necessary to dissect what is called ‘ legal’ and what is called ‘ illegal’ where many an action is increasingly being taken by the State in the garb of legality in Goa
Our Lady Of Mount Carmel And The Brown Scapular by Bro John Malvino Alfonso, OCD
Thursday - Jul 16, 2015
Today the Church celebrates the feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel. This feast is of great significance to the Carmelites. It was instituted by the Carmelites between 1376 and 1386 to celebrate the victory of their order over its enemies. The feast is celebrated on July 16, because according to Carmelite traditions, the scapular was given by the Blessed Virgin to St Simon Stock on this date in 1251. Pope Sixtus V approved it in 1587
Funeral With A Difference  by Claude Alvares
Thursday - Jul 16, 2015
As funerals go, you may say I am biased in favour of this one. Domnic Pereira – tiatrist, activist, householder – was laid to rest in the small cemetery of Tiracol village by an overwhelming crowd of over one thousand mourners. What creates events like this? How does a funeral in one of the tiniest villages of Goa ( so small it cannot even have a panchayat of its own) expand its boundaries to dominate
Funeral Of Domnick De Tiracol Held Yesterday At Tiracol, Goa by A. Veronica Fernandes
Thursday - Jul 16, 2015
“LUTTINI LOKH ANI LOTTANI DHUKAM”, that was the scene for the funeral of Domnick de Tiracol, yesterday 13th of this month at 3.00 PM. It was a multitude of people around 1000, from different faiths and coming from all over Goa. According to some elders, never in the history of Tiracol such a mammoth attendance gathered for any funeral in that village. Why Tiracol, rarely one
Goans All Over Are Coming Out In Support Against Land Sharks by Sudeep Dalvi
Wednesday - Jul 15, 2015
Tainted Anant Shet Is Frontrunner To Be Minister by Aires Rodrigues
Wednesday - Jul 15, 2015
The BJP in Goa seems to be dangling all over the vacant cabinet berth created by the now jailed Mickky Pacheco. After having initially lured it to Babush Monseratte and promised it to Vishnu Wagh too, while Nilesh Cabral and Pramod Sawant wait in the wings also, it is now reported that Deputy Speaker Anant Shet may come from behind and walk away with the cake. If it happens another
Tranquil Island Of Divar Set To Be Goa’s Drug And Flesh Trade Hub by Aires Rodrigues
Wednesday - Jul 15, 2015
The cavalier manner in which the current BJP government is heartlessly and mercilessly destroying Goa is a matter of grave concern. It should act as an eye opener to us all. With Goa’s once pristine coastal belt now corrupted and ruined beyond recognition, the hinterland is currently under siege. From the coastal belt, the drug and flesh trade is now being infused
When I Walk Down The Street by Joao Barros-Pereira
Monday - Jul 13, 2015
Is old gold? Not always. When it flows smoothly from a wine bottle the answer of course is a delicious yes. Bur what about old people? Look at the road situation in the villages in Goa and you will agree old is not gold. Old people in the villages are fearful of their lives when they walk down the streets. Whenever I walk down the narrow two-way village road opposite my house in Cansaulim
Supreme Court Imposes 10 Lakh Penalty On Vijay Mallya by Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Jul 13, 2015
The Supreme Court of India today cracked the whip on Vijay Mallya, the King of Good Times in an appeal filed by him in a case under the Foreign Exchange Regulation Act, 1973 (FERA) Dismissing the appeal while finding no merit in it, the Supreme Court also observed that the entire approach adopted by Vijay Mallya was a sheer abuse of the process of law
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