Friday, April 28, 2017
Exit Of Goans From Goa Gave Opportunity To Non Goans And Politicians by Tino Sequeira
Saturday - Jun 6, 2015
Sad to say, for economic reasons many Goans left Goa for greener pastures and that is OK as long as they went to earn a living. But, the unfortunate part is they DID NOT RETURN TO GOA to look after their homes and properties that have been taken away by encroachers and poachers and “foreigners”.
New Goan Woman by Joao Barros-Perieira
Friday - Jun 5, 2015
She is capable but can she handle the stress of politics?And, give Alina a couple of years and she will make a mark for herself! Who are the gentlemen who expressed these sentiments? The first is former Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar and presently Defense Minister of India. The second is the distinguished Goa University Prof Nandikumar Kamat
Tiatro To khuim assa? by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Friday - Jun 5, 2015
On Tuesday 2nd of this month at Panjim Kala Academy Hall, I saw the Tiatro “To Khuim Asa?” written and directed by the new director Coly-Col. Though the Tiatro attendancewise was not successful but performancewise it was a great success and the major credit for staging such a beautiful Tiatro by a new director goes of course to Coly-Col and his entire troupe
Mickky Pacheco Has Found His Long Overdue Hole by Aires Rodrigues
Friday - Jun 5, 2015
After absconding and playing truant for two long months Former Minister and Nuvem MLA Mickky Pacheco has now found his long overdue hole. He has not only disgraced the voters of Nuvem but has put to shame the entire State of Goa by having high-handedly tried to mock the law and even the Honourable Supreme
There Is A Hope In Goa’s Judiciary? by Aires Rodrigues
Thursday - Jun 4, 2015
Over the last two months in the long drawn heated Mickky Pacheco saga there were interesting moments in Goa’s Judiciary. During the proceedings Margao Judicial Magistrate First Class (JMFC) Pooja Kavlekar had the spine to tell Special Public Prosecutor Mahesh Amonkar that he it was not proper for him
Wednesday - Jun 3, 2015
Simply and factually, what is happening in Tiracol had started over a decade ago in different villages of Goa. Most often it was the tenants and mundkars that were targeted. i could write a few chapters on such criminal intended collusion of MLA's--Panchayats--Stooges of Politicians-- Police--- and short sighted Goans. The use of Bouncers is not new as these criminal actions have been
Wednesday - Jun 3, 2015
Goans support the Tiracol Rakhonn Manch against the illegal and criminal actions of Leading Hotels Ltd. We condemn the environmental damage that is being caused by the Golf Course and villas Project with the controversial backing extended by Goa Government. This email is being addressed to Gerson Rebelo who has in an ad issued in Goan newspapers on behalf of Leading Hotels
How Goa Is Getting Colonised, One Mega-Project At A Time By Dale Luis Menezes, Albertina Almeida, Jason Keith Fernandes, Amita Kanekar
Wednesday - Jun 3, 2015
A narrowly framed conception of ‘development’ is being used by the Goan government in collusion with corporates to push the people of Goa off their land.
Vulgar Tiatrists Threatening Me by A. Veronica Fernandes
Monday - Jun 1, 2015
Yesterday night at about 10.30 pm, I received 2 telephone calls using threatening and abusive language against me for writing in this forum on vulgar tiatrists about their vulgar acts on the Stage, one of the calls from the son and the other from his father. The way they talked it sounded that they are the owners of this world and they are capable of doing anything to me. They think I am wearing ladies Bangles
The Goan Golf Course Tamasha by Stephen Dias, D.Paula
Monday - Jun 1, 2015
Golf course controversy is not new to Goa. The idea of the Golf Course and the Japanese village at Tiracol, Arambol and other places was blossomed in the late 1970 when most of the Goans iron ore was destined to Japan. Those Japanese exporters wanted to have residential complex plus Golf Course mostly at Tiracol in particular and Mandrem constituency in general. Since tourism was in its infancy
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