Tuesday, March 28, 2017
CM Laxmikant Parsekar Must Bear The Brunt On Mickky’s Absconding by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - May 3, 2015
With the Goa Police over the last one month being unable to locate the absconding former Minister Mickky Pacheco, the onus is now on Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar as Home Minister to himself lead the search to track his absconding mouse or else to find another little hole to conceal himself
Bracing For The Strike by Aires Rodrigues
Friday - May 1, 2015
While the absconding convict former Minister Mickky Pacheco is untraceable for the last three weeks, it came as no surprise when a Senior officer told me that he was very concerned about my personal safety. He advised me to take all extra precautions possible as an attack on my life was very imminent
Goan Contesting Local Council Election In Swindon UK
Thursday - Apr 30, 2015
Swindon: 2015 will see an energetic Goan, full of vigour to work for the Goans, contesting to be a Councillor in the Swindon Borough Council. Hailing from Goa Velha, Mr. Antonio Lopes, has decided to contest elections in Swindon, for the Liberal Democratic Party. Antonio or Anthony as he is commonly called by Goans
Thursday - Apr 30, 2015
Panjim: A complaint has been today filed by Adv. Aires Rodrigues at the Panjim Police Station against Mickky Pacheco, Lyndon Monteiro, Manohar Parrikar and the Chief Electrical Engineer for allegedly trying to exert undue influence and pressurize Junior Engineer Kapil Natekar to compound the offences in 2006 assault case in which Mickky Pacheco stands convicted and sentenced to six months imprisonment
Thursday - Apr 30, 2015
IT is unfortunate that the Bhartiya Janata Party is harassing and hounding the NGOs. Probably, the party’s leaders do not realize that many of its members were once themselves NGOs. When the Jana Sangh merged into the Janata Party after successfully resisting the authoritarian rule of Indira Gandhi, they were part of the struggle to uphold human rights, which the then ruling Congress Party had trampled upon mercilessly
Goa A Sad Story by Joao Barros Pereira
Thursday - Apr 30, 2015
The future of mining in Goa in a word is: bleak! The mine owners have raped the Goan earth and reaped a fortune, enough for several generations. The Shah and PAC reports are now buried under a mountain of rubble. Sad indeed. Mining in Goa in the last few years sans rules and regulations can be compared to the California gold rush. However, with the international price of ore where
Thursday - Apr 30, 2015
Prime minister, Narendra Modi has the habit of issuing the most stupid statements for publicity through the media and scoring his own political points in our country. His latest statement is that he would go all out to wipe the tears of all the victims who have been affected due to the deadly earthquake in Nepal. Well, that sounds like a great good deed but before that, how many tears has Modi really wiped of his own countrymen
This Mickky Mouse Show Will End Soon by Aires Rodrigues
Thursday - Apr 30, 2015
On 30th March the Supreme Court of India dismissed Mickky Pacheco’s appeal against the six month jail sentence imposed on him by the Bombay High Court at Goa for having in 2006 slapped the Electricity department Junior Engineer Kapil Natek
Tag Meet In Margao by A. Veronica Fernandes
Thursday - Apr 30, 2015
On 27th of this month, at Margao, I attended the monthly meeting organized by the Tiatr Academy Goa, starting at 4.30 PM. Though as usual it was not attended by a good number of attendees yet many in the hall seen were the relatives of the Tiatrists who were remembered on this day for their contribution in the promotion of Tiatros. Both the president and the vice president were absent and
Did Goans Vote For Merger? by Jose Maria Miranda
Wednesday - Apr 29, 2015
This is what Ramkant Khalap seems to suggest in his article on “Jack Sequeira, his times…” in Panorama (NT 26/4/15). It is true that a margin of around 34,000 was not a very big victory for the ant-mergerists. But to say, as he does, that this figure includes deputationists and 40,000 policemen from Maharashtra
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