Saturday, April 29, 2017
It's Not Yoga! by Joao Barros-Pereira
Sunday - Jun 14, 2015
Yoga, even Hatha Yoga, the beginning level is intended to keep us or make us attain good physical and mental health. But, is it, true? Yoga nowadays is popular around the world, that is, hatha yoga. To fight over one version or interpretation means we do not have a spiritual approach and understanding of yoga. Whatever else yoga might or might not be, it is not politics!
Fund For Poor Ailing Tiatrists by A. Veronica Fernandes
Sunday - Jun 14, 2015
Recently in one of the Tiatros, Marcus Vaz rendered a solo indicating the sad plight of three renowned tiatrists, namely Anthony D’Souza, Jr. Rod and Ben Evangelisto. He elaborated their plight saying they are now neglected by their own colleagues who do not even care to pay a visit to them and find out about their wellbeing. According to what I heard from Marcos’ song
The Fight Has To Be For The State Above Faith, And Fought By All Goans by Sujoy Gupta
Sunday - Jun 14, 2015
This dear readers is the basis for the defining photo, a rarity to see Congress and BJP MLA’s on the same platform. While this may have been the first direct visual that established the trust deficit between the Church (since the meeting was called by Fr Anthony Fernandes, the Executive Secretary of the Pastoral
Saturday - Jun 13, 2015
The BJP in Goa is running hell for leather in pushing anti-people projects on fast track with the sole intention of raking in ill-gotten 'moolah' by selling precious resources to the well-heeled outsiders. A case in point is the allotment of land to Leading Hotels for construction of a golf course and villa project in the eco-fragile zone of Tiracol where inspite of a huge protest rally by practically
Saturday - Jun 13, 2015
Referring to above and Arwin Mesquita's article in the daily O Heraldo edition of 02 May 1955 I would say that, if anyone wants to know Goa and/or India and their citizens one should read respectively Teotonio de Souza's book on "Medieval Goa" or Khushwant Singh's book "We the Indians". Traditionally Goans have always looked at the outside world (especially the West or other Indian cities)
Following Mickky Pacheco, It Is Now Anil Hoble At His Stunts by Aires Rodrigues
Saturday - Jun 13, 2015
After Mickky Pacheco having futilely tried to fool the Courts, now Goa BJP Vice President Anil Hoble is trying his tricks to hoodwink the Temple of Justice. The National Green Tribunal (NGT) on May 29th ordered the demolition within six weeks of Anil Hoble’s several illegal structures along
Learning From Tiracol: Elements In The Dismantling Of Goa by Jason Keith Fernandes
Friday - Jun 12, 2015
Some weeks ago I had the opportunity to view an illustration by the artist Angela Ferrão which is reproduced with this column. Titled, The Extraction of Goan Identity , the image was clearly inspired by the horrific acts of 16 May 2015 when the village of Tiracol was set upon by men and machinery with a view
The Sun Has Set For Manohar Parrikar by Aires Rodrigues
Thursday - Jun 11, 2015
After his disastrous three year tenure as Chief Minister of Goa, the ego puffed Manohar Parrikar has ended up a catastrophe as Defence Minister of India. He has become a laughing stock and object of ridicule. Having left Goa in an utter mess and slipped off to Delhi, he may now have to exit 10 Akbar Road through the backdoor. Besides now learning to wear a suit and pair of shoes
Education Travels Beyond Caste And Creed by Aires Rodrigues
Thursday - Jun 11, 2015
Education is an issue that should supersede all considerations of caste, creed, race and religion. Education is the vehicle to help build better citizens to be custodians of our society. It was very disturbing that only Catholic MLAs congregated yesterday to discuss issues pertaining to the Church-run schools in Goa. Whether run by the Church or by whosoever, every school has students
Benefits Of Kuwait To Goans by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Wednesday - Jun 10, 2015
In the early thirties at Burgan Oilfield in Kuwait, the Britishers found Oil in Kuwait first time but only after the end of World War II, excavation of it was done for commercial purpose. Because of Oil finding in big quantity, the money power of Kuwait increased tremendously and as such the economy of Kuwait
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