Wednesday, August 23, 2017
Quo Vadis, BJP? by Jose Maria Miranda
Saturday - Jul 25, 2015
Corruption is a subject that is being debated everywhere. Anyone could write or speak volumes on the corruption he/she has seen, heard about or experienced. Cancer may find a cure some day and the researcher may even get a Nobel Prize for the great achievement. But finding a cure for the cancer of corruption will perhaps remain only a very distant dream for the people of this country
For Whom The Bell Tolls by Joao Barros-Pereira
Saturday - Jul 25, 2015
Goa's churches and temple bells have a mournful cadence these days. Every morning the bells appear to be announcing the death of our villages where the heart of Goa resides and is an important part of our Goan identity. Do Goa's villages have a future? Four villages we've been recently informed have been selected as model villages, their character we are assured will remain unchanged for future generations
Beware Congress In Goa by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Saturday - Jul 25, 2015
It is a hard fact that the BJP came to power in Goa only because of the weakness of Congress when Congressmen started looting Goans in all the sides. Though Congress is out of power in Goa yet again it is a hard fact that Congress alone is in a better position to defeat the ruling corrupt AND communal BJP government in the forthcoming election
Yet Another Trick By Mickky Pacheco by Aires Rodrigues
Thursday - Jul 23, 2015
In yet another desperate and skewed stunt to get fresh air, the jailed Nuvem MLA Mickky Pacheco has got the Sarpanches and Panch members of all the six panchayats of Nuvem constituency to sign a petition to the government demanding that their MLA be released on parole during the Assembly session that starts on July 27th so that he could raise the pending issues of the constituency in the Legislative Assembly
A Ray Of Hope…..Goans Are Getting United Once Again by Nixon Fernandes
Thursday - Jul 23, 2015
A pleasing scene to see Goans from all walks of life attended the musical protest organized in Tiracol, felt very proud after seeing those pictures on FB. I bow my head to all those true blooded Goans who attended the meet despite heavy showers; this proves once again that if Goans are pushed against the wall they will bounce back with much vigour. Goans have it in them they did the same
Portuguese Goans Ought To Be Aware Of Their Conduct And Behaviour In UK by Antonio Da Costa
Thursday - Jul 23, 2015
Goans, those holding Portuguese passports ought to be aware and consciously cautious of their conduct and behaviour in Britain. They cannot behave as they like, which they do in disorganized, anarchy ridden, unruly Indian Occupied Goa, and transport their attitude they gained and accumulated there over the past 54 years, in the absence of the Portuguese
Corruption In Goa Is Now At Its Peak by Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Jul 20, 2015
The alleged 6 crore Louis Berger kickback is peanuts compared to the astronomical riches the current ruling BJP politicians in Goa and their cronies have and continue to amass. Manohar Parrikar while Chief Minister the government had paid the same Louis Berger a whopping Rs 14 crore towards the Mopa Airport techno-feasibility study. Only Manohar Parrikar
Musical Protest At Tiracao by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Monday - Jul 20, 2015
As announced earlier, the Musical Protest was held in Tiracol in the compound of Francis one of the stalwarts of the movement against the Leading Hotels Co. Francis is also a Panch in the local Panchayat and a very motivating factor in the village to garner support of the locals against the Non-Goan Hoteliers who are all out not only to liquidate the locals from Tiracol
An Anomaly At The Bombay High Court by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Jul 19, 2015
The Bombay High Court has notified that complaints against the District Judiciary will not be entertained unless accompanied by an Affidavit. So complaints against High Court Judges do not need an affidavit.
Stop VIP Culture by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Saturday - Jul 18, 2015
The biggest problem in our political system is the VIP culture that we inherited from our former colonial masters and that our elected politicians are following. Because of the cheap craze for acquiring VIP culture our political leaders are doing all sorts of nonsense to gain political power and those who already got this power they try all sorts of chicaneries to regain their political power
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