Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Saturday - Mar 14, 2015
Eight months have passed since the date when the Indian Union, without any prior notice, or a declaration of war, invaded the “State of Portuguese India” and occupied its territory. The press, now, announces, that shortly you, Sir, would be visiting Goa. Surely you will not be entering riding a horse as did Atila when he entered Rome, nevertheless you will be entering Goa by plane just like a vulture, swooping down on its prey
Margao JMFC Summons Mapusa Judge To Face Trial by Aires Rodrigues
Saturday - Mar 14, 2015
The Margao Judicial Magistrate First Class (JMFC) Reina Fernandes has summoned Judge Dvijple Patkar to appear before her on April 7th at 2.30 pm to face trial for offences under Sections 498-A (b), 323, read with Section 34 of Indian Penal Code and Section 4 of the Dowry Prohibition Act. Judge Dvijple Patkar who is currently Civil Judge Senior Division and Judicial Magistrate
Letter To Archbishop Filip Neri Ferrao By Navelkars
Friday - Mar 13, 2015
With due respect to You, we would like to once again submit to you our objections to the Inter Religious prayer meeting which is scheduled to be held in Navelim on 15th March 2015 as the last program of your much delayed Pastoral visit to Navelim. We had requested our Parish Priest, Fr. Jose Roque Gonsalves
Thursday - Mar 12, 2015
It is indeed shocking and painful to see you and your Government endorsing and encouraging casinos in Goa and all sorts of social evils. As the chief minister you pointed out that removing casinos from River Mandovi was not a suitable step as not only were the casinos legal, but removing them would also send a wrong signal to investors. "The investors need to have faith in the government
Notorising And Countersigning Documents By Collector Are Gone Much Expensive In This BJP Govt? by Stephen Dias
Thursday - Mar 12, 2015
Now it has become a trend for Goans to leave Goa for better prospects because there are no Government or even private jobs opportunities in Goa. It is very sad. I see many Goans those who want to leave Goa for better prospects go abroad for example in Canada, Australia and especially UK, and are therefore
An Acha Din For RTI by Aires Rodrigues
Wednesday - Mar 11, 2015
By a landmark judgment pronounced today the Delhi High Court has declared that the Attorney General of India is a “Public Authority” under the Right to Information Act. The High Court has today reversed the Full Bench decision of the Central Information Commission headed by then CIC Satyanand Mishra
CAG To Crack Whip On Goa Governmnet For Shielding Ag On Steep Fees by Aires Rodrigues
Wednesday - Mar 11, 2015
In a gross abuse of power and rank defiance, the Goa Government has for the last four months refused to respond to the repeated queries raised by the Goa office of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) on the very exorbitant fees being paid to Advocate General Atmaram Nadkarni. Goa despite being the smallest state is not only hosting India's highest paid Advocate General
Goa: Terceira Corrente by Dr Francisco Colaço
Wednesday - Mar 11, 2015
Goa had, roughly speaking, three schools of thought in the late Portuguese era. The first was largely of Catholics and upper class Hindus who wanted the Portuguese to continue in Goa forever. They were ready to crawl when asked to bend. The second comprised of brave Hindus and a large number of Catholic
Goa Raj Bhavan A Very Pricey White Elephant by Aires Rodrigues
Tuesday - Mar 10, 2015
As expected the rubber stamp Governor of Goa Mridula Sinha has converted the Raj Bhavan into a BJP Dharamshala for the RSS, VHP, and the Bajrang Dal to congregate. With the lackluster and unimpressive Governor Mridula Sinha continuing to keep our Raj Bhavan out of the purview of the Right to
Monday - Mar 9, 2015
Really proud of my Cavelossim villagers for coming out in a silent candlelight protest against the unwanted comments on Mother Teresa by Mr. Mohan Bhagwat, ghar wapasi and other religious instigation by the fanatical leaders of RSS and VHP. The protest March was also supported by a few Assolna villagers and a few of our Hindu brothers and sisters too
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