Saturday, April 29, 2017
Regional Parties Have Played Spoilsports by Floriano Lobo
Friday - May 22, 2015
Pratapsing Raojee Rane is partly right. Regional Parties have played spoilsports to the detriment of Goa and Goans. It was his MG Party that was hell bent to merge Goa into Maharashtra. It devastated the unique Goan identity through introducing vote-bank politics in the then immaculate political
Tiatro Akantvadi - Part II by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Wednesday - May 20, 2015
On 19th of this month at Pai Tiatrist Hall, Margao, at 3.30 PM, I saw the Tiatro “AKANTVADI –PART II”. Though it was an excellent script but sadly attended by only half the capacity hall crowd. Maintaining his tradition of challenging the government machinery, once again the young writer and director Tausif de Navelim fully exposed the chicanery of Goa government headed by Parricar
Portugal Have Displaced Goans by Vicente E. Do Rego
Wednesday - May 20, 2015
Honestly speaking Portuguese has displaced Goans since 1961. Portuguese surrendered to invading ruthless bloody Indian army and instead of remaining committed to Goa, without consulting genuine stake holders openly handed Goa to corrupt India and thrown Goans into the filth which they could not bear the
Goa Was Better Off In The Hands Of The Portuguese by Lillian D’Costa
Wednesday - May 20, 2015
‘Goa was better off in the hands of the Portuguese’ I’ve heard this rhetoric before, as have many of you who hail from Goa. People say this more as a reaction to the frustration they feel about the current situation in the State, but imagine my surprise when I saw a group on Facebook that thought the same
BJP Puts Industrialists Above Environment by Jose Maria Miranda
Tuesday - May 19, 2015
It is indeed a sad reflection on a Government that promised the people “acche din” and “maximum governance and minimum Government” to be in a mighty hurry to pass and amend laws and regulations that could ultimately prove detrimental to the people of the country. Irrespective of which party wins the election, there is always, on the part of the Government, an inclination to favour
Vulgarity & Indecency In Tiatros by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Tuesday - May 19, 2015
In the Facebook yesterday, prominent writer/journalist Daniel D’Souza wrote thus: “As a senior writer director and playwright, I have high regards for Patrick Dourado. It was with this respect, after a fairly long time I ventured to go and see his latest tiatr ‘Mhozo Sangati Tho’ showing at the Ravindra
Monday - May 18, 2015
Comprised of more than 400 hotels in 80 countries, Leading Hotels is one of the largest luxury hotel collections in the world. Rooted in the locations in which they are found, our members embody the very essence of their destination. This is how the Leading Hotels brands itself. Hence, understandably, one would be justified in expecting certain standards of decency, ethics and morality from an international hotel
Peace In Goa Being Shattered by Jose Maria Miranda
Monday - May 18, 2015
It was not surprising but surely most disgusting that Leading Hotels Pvt. Ltd. brought, into Tiracol around 1 a.m. heavy machinery both innate and live, meaning bouncers or goons, to build a road in the property of their proposed hotel and golf course and razed several trees and the path, despite a stay
Panjim Military Land Is Back To Panjimites by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Sunday - May 17, 2015
This is with reference to press reports coming from a section of Press about the decision taken by our Minister Manohar Parrikar who was earlier our Chief Minister of Goa to get back the military land occupied by them around Panjim. After previous attempts to persuade military officials to give back the land given by our predecessors from Goa Government our Defence Minister
Sad Loss Of Our Music Genius by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Sunday - May 17, 2015
I was very sad when I heard the news that my friend Emiliano da Cruz is no more. I pray that his soul rest in peace. Such a great talented musician of Goa who performed several orchestras, shows, etc and what not, but how are we going to remember him in future
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