Thursday, June 29, 2017
The maintenance has been completed and now the Niz Goenkar website is up and running fine. Thank you for bearing up with us - Editor
Tuesday - May 26, 2015
It's an excellent way to fight back vs the corrupt BJP government to allow uncalled development of pristine land for their vested interests. The BJP blamed the Congress, now the shoe is other foot. They are one and same thing without law and order
They Swept New Delhi. But Do They Stand A Chance In Goa? by Aparna Raut Desai
Tuesday - May 26, 2015
For the casual observer, looking at it from the outside, compared with the giant strides the Aam Aadmi Party has made in New Delhi, AAP Goa might seem dead as a dodo. This is a party that lost both Goa seats at the parliamentary elections two years ago, and more recently, didn’t bother fielding a candidate
Church Fight For Justice In Society by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Monday - May 25, 2015
While delivering his landmark judgment on Pe. Chico Monteiro in a Panjim court in mid-sixties, Justice Jetley concluded saying “Fr., You being a man of God, you must confine your activities within your religion only without interfering in politics”. Pe. Chico was insisting that Goa was invaded but according to the landmark judgment of Supreme Court of India, “Goa was conquered by India” and as such we officially
Goans Must See GSRP Through 2017 Elections To Save Goa From Final Destruction by Menino Fernandes
Monday - May 25, 2015
Goa has long awaited the coming of a saviour to deliver itself from the clutches the satans grip that is destroying her piece by piece. The once Golden Green Goa is now just a mud dump everywhere. Politicians have turned into crooks and are practically destroying what is left of Goa. To add to this the
Roads In Goa At Its Worst Ever by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Sunday - May 24, 2015
Everybody will agree with me, that the roads in Goa are in very pathetic condition. I am now 71 years old and I must tell people of Goa I never seen roads like this before. Even in Portuguese times the roads although were narrow but they were good
Goans Wake Up! Bouncers Are Calling! by Jose Maria Miranda
Sunday - May 24, 2015
Goans in general and activists in particular, are often being accused of being anti-development. But had it not been for these activists and their NGOs, particularly in our villages, surely we would have seen today much less of the Goa that was, the Goa we experienced and the Goa we wish to see in future
Cleaning The State Coffers And Not The Beaches by Aires Rodrigues
Saturday - May 23, 2015
Former Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar left behind a huge string of scams and slipped off to be the Defence Minister. Thanks to the Right to Information Act the alleged multi crore beach cleaning scam has come to light.

A complaint has been filed with the Vigilance department seeking a meticulous probe into the role of Avdhoot Parrikar in this fraud as the beach cleaning contract was awarded while his elder brother Manohar Parrikar was the Chief Minister. Though the name of Avdhoot Parrikar does not figure anywhere in the official papers, there is enough evidence
Roads In Goa At Its Worst Ever by Aires Rodrigues
Friday - May 22, 2015
The Bombay High court this week may have held that the right to good roads is a fundamental right and that it was the state's statutory obligation to provide good roads, but with just over a week for the monsoon to lash Goa, the roads across the State are in an extremely pathetic and precarious condition. Have never seen them so bad. Instead of getting their act together and making the roads safe
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
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