Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Wednesday - Apr 22, 2015
During his latest of by now his regular weekend trips to Goa, the Defence Minister, Manohar Parrikar seemed eager to address questions about the reasons for his visits which are raising many an eyebrow. He gave the excuse that there is nothing to do during weekends in Delhi as all
The Saffronalist Symphony by Soter D'Souza
Wednesday - Apr 22, 2015
The nation, including Goa, is being entertained with discordant symphonies produced by psycho- saffronalists who contaminate nationalism with communalism. Their repertoire does not extend beyond name- calling, blaming, shaming, denying, deceiving, bullying and banning. The very obstructionists who authored
Wednesday - Apr 22, 2015
My grandfather, Dr Jack de Sequeira, would have marked his 100th birthday today. In fact, the manner in which his birthday used to be celebrated was one of the highlights of my formative years. Hundreds of people from his constituency of Santa Cruz would come to his home at the stroke of midnight just to bring in his special day together with him and his family. As children, we always looked forward to this night every year
Tiatro ‘Maim’ By Menino De Bandar by A. Veronica Fernandes
Tuesday - Apr 21, 2015
Today morning at 10.40, I saw the Tiatro “MAIM”, written and directed by Menino de Bandar, at Mapsa which was attended by a thin crowd who no doubt was small in number but went home with a big satisfaction for having seen one of the best Tiatros of the season
Uday Bhembre And His Necromancy by Menino Fernandes
Monday - Apr 20, 2015
It is obvious that some are not happy about the Opinion Poll and the timely full stop on Bandodcar’s sinister attempt to merge Goa into Maharashtra and the more said it is less that Dr. Jack de Sequeira stood like a pillar with his colleagues which included Hindus not as Hindus and Christians but as GOANS
Life Size Statue Of Dr Jack Sequeira Would Be A Fitting Tribute by Robert Rodrigues
Monday - Apr 20, 2015
Our tiny Goa was ruled by the Portuguese for over 450 years and later in December 1961 Goa became free from the Portuguese regime. After a brief spell of Military rule followed by President’s rule for the first time in the history of Goa assembly election were scheduled in the year 1963.Thereafter the fever
These Sterile Sums by Julio Ribeiro
Monday - Apr 20, 2015
I am keeping my fingers crossed. I am a Christian with two children. That qualifies me for sterilisation. The Shiv Sena mouthpiece, Saamna, calls it “family planning”, kinder words for sterilisation. My only hope of not going under the knife is if Sadhvi Deva Thakur, vice president of the Hindu
Mickky Pacheco Should Realise That The Law Is Not An Ass By Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Apr 19, 2015
With the Goa Police having failed to trace and nab the now absconding convicted former Rural Development Minister Mickky Pacheco, the Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar has forfeited all moral authority to continue as the Home Minister of what is now clearly emerging as a lawless State. Besides did Laxmikant Parsekar not display sheer political bankruptcy by inducting on November
Rashtra Matas Scavenge Garbage In India While Adityanand Sleeps In Luxury by Michael Roland Costa
Sunday - Apr 19, 2015
Hinduism is mostly based on fake facts and fables which never occurred in reality. It is comprised of myths and fables written by some story writers who considered themselves as sages or sadhus but never meant for anyone to believe in reality. However some mean scoundrels or we could even term them as
The Late A.B.Fernandes - Ex Kuwait by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Saturday - Apr 18, 2015
The late Agostinho Baltazar Fernandes, popularly known everywhere in Kuwait as A.B., was one of the early Goans who came to Kuwait and who spent over 3.5 decades in Kuwait till 2nd August 1990 when Kuwait was invaded by Saddam Hussein. Hailing from Colva, he spent his early schooling days at Arpora School, as a boarder where he excelled in different
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