Tuesday, March 28, 2017
As A Christian, Suddenly I Am A Stranger In My Own Country by Julio Ribeiro
Monday - Mar 23, 2015
There was a time, not very long ago — one year short of 30, to be precise — when only a Christian was chosen to go to Punjab to fight what then Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi termed “the nation’s battle” against separatists. I had accepted a “demotion” from secretary in the Union home ministry to DGP of the
Sunday - Mar 22, 2015
In a show of strong solidarity with Baga Retreat House in particular and Church in general, a huge crowd coming not only from Baga and Calangute only but also from the neighbouring villages namely from Candolim, Arpora, Nagoa, Parra and Sinquerim attended the public Meeting held at Baga, Calangute, today at 11.30 AM to protest over the illegal construction of road hampering the stability
Tiatro ‘Jezuchem Povitr Rogot’ by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Sunday - Mar 22, 2015
“Jezuchem Povitr Rogot” Tiatro I saw it in Candolim on 19th of this month in the Church School Compound at 8.15 PM tough the scheduled time was 7.30 PM and it was well attended by the Tiiatro lovers.
Welcome The New Mayor And Dy Mayor Of CCP by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Saturday - Mar 21, 2015
In this present Government democratic set up whatever the Government takes up a decision it has always been allowed and implemented. There is no choice for the Aam Admi to give or file for any objections, as mostly decisions are already been made in advance. Now, since the new Mayor of CCP Panjim is chosen along with the Deputy Mayor, we welcome them to occupy their chairs and work
By Invitation - Hinduvta's Killing Hinduism by Meghna Pant
Friday - Mar 20, 2015
Why Hindu extremists must stop the mindless violence against Christians in India now. In 2010 I visited The Missionaries of Charity in Kolkata to pay homage at Mother Teresa's tomb. Along the road towards the building were swarms of the sick, disabled, disfigured, the mentally ill, the aged, and the
Friday - Mar 20, 2015
Sister was a quiet, soft-spoken, gentle soul, with nerves of finely tempered steel. She was not like a principal at all: Slightly built and almost ethereal. She would glide down our school corridors in her spotless white habit to stand silently outside a noisy classroom until the chattering died down. No admonitions were necessary. We were simply given the space to examine our own behaviour, and correct it
In Goa It Is Acche Din For The Corrupt by Aires Rodrigues
Friday - Mar 20, 2015
The BJP in Goa was elected on its solemn promise of Zero Tolerance to Corruption. But over the last three years all we have witnessed is that fake promise time and again reneged with it being all the way Zero action against the Corrupt. The latest is the case of Laxmikant Kundaikar who has just retired as Deputy Director of Transport. The Anti- Corruption Branch of the Vigilance department
Chargesheeted Judge Dvijple Patkar Desecrating Mapusa Court by Aires Rodrigues
Friday - Mar 20, 2015
A protest dharna will be held tomorrow Friday March 20th at 9 am outside the Mapusa Court to launch a public agitation to demand the suspension of the charge sheeted and now awfully tainted Judge Ms Dvijple Patkar. It is very anguishing that for the first time a public demonstration has to be held before
Neez To Niz Goenkar by Smitha Bhandare Kamat,
Thursday - Mar 19, 2015
Society’ is indeed complex to define as it is dynamic, vibrant and constantly evolving. Nevertheless, most of the definitions will revolve around, among other factors- people, the interpersonal relationships, geographical or social territory, language, the political-cultural pressures etc. In this context
The Judicial Knot by Aires Rodrigues
Wednesday - Mar 18, 2015
Many may be curious as to why Goa’s very controversial and infamous Advocate General Atmaram Nadkarni is toiling so very hard to try and save the beleaguered Mapusa Judge Dvijple Patkar who has now been charge sheeted by the Margao Police
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