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NIZ GOENKAR
Tuesday, June 27, 2017
Paedophilia Has Become A Full- Fledged Industry by Freddy Dias
Sunday - Apr 5, 2015
All efforts to curb child prostitution have been confined to police raids on brothels. But the rescued children are rarely accepted back into their original environment and languish in state rehabilitation homes Paedophilia, which may have been a very rare occurrence here and there a few decades back, has now
Only A Spy Camera May Reveal The Truth On The Smriti Irani Issue by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Apr 5, 2015
Just as in that infamous Tarun Tejpal case, the Goa Police have again clearly displayed excessive over enthusiasm in Smriti Irani’s ‘Fabindia’ camera row. If a fraction of such keenness was shown by the police in that January 14th 2013 rape at Vasco of the little 7 year old, the rapist would not have been still
Work In Full Swing At ‘Agarwal Plot’ For A Huge Project Building by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Saturday - Apr 4, 2015
You might be aware that Dona Paula does not have a BUS STAND and that the tourists and other vehicles coming in and out from Dona Paula is seen parking everyday on the main Dona Paula road coming from Bambolim or unofficially at the NIWS ( National Water sports complex authority) near the down junction road which goes to Miramar. Many options were suggested
The Six Month Jail Will Be A Mixed Basket For Mickky Pacheco by Aires Rodrigues
Friday - Apr 3, 2015
Goa’s flashy Rural Development Minister Francisco Xavier Pacheco alias Mickky Pacheco has finally resigned. If he had the faintest respect for the law he would have tendered his resignation on March 30th afternoon itself when the Supreme Court summarily spurned his petition while upholding the High Court order sentencing him to six months behind bars
Friday - Apr 3, 2015
It is very sad and hurtful that the man 'representing' one of the most liberal states of the country has gone to the low of objectifying women and using such derogatory remarks. Sole purpose of women entering the world is not to remain fair and get a husband but beyond th
Tiatro ‘Devachem Devak Diat’ by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Friday - Apr 3, 2015
On 1st of this month, Wednesday, I saw the Tiatro “Devachem Devak Diat” in Panjim at Kala Academy A/C Hall, written and directed by Fr. Nevell Gracias. This was the golden Jubilee Show attended by special invitee as Chief Guest the “Vigar Geral” of Goa Fr. Jose Remedios Fernandes. Otherwise, it was attended by a less number of attendees and one could easily notice very many empty chairs in the hall
End Of The Road For Mickky Pacheco by Aires Rodrigues
Friday - Apr 3, 2015
The Supreme Court of India earlier this week on March 30th dismissed the appeal filed by Goa’s flamboyant Rural Development Minister Francisco Xavier Pacheco alias Mickky Pacheco
The Great Tiatrist ‘Pradeep Naik’ by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim, Goa.
Thursday - Apr 2, 2015
One of the best Konkani Stage artistes one can find now is none other than Pradeep Naik from Carambolim Goa. His character roles in different directors’ Tiatros create very impressive image of his Tiatro art though because of his busy work schedule at Art and Culture Dept., Government of Goa at Panjim where he is employed, he acts only in limited Tiatros especially after studying the suitability of the roles he is offered by the directors. The recent magnificent role he played of a father in the Tiatro “Pai” of Comedian Agostinho is one of the most memorable roles he played in his career so far, as at least I have noticed. Precisely because of this extraordinary feat he was awarded the best actor award.

According to Pradeep Naik, it was by accident that he entered the Konkani Tiatro Stage starting from the very early age when he was schooling at Morjim but now he enjoys every bit of it
Tuesday - Mar 31, 2015
The recent directive on the dress code to be adopted by the art and culture department gets my full support as the government is banning trousers with multi pockets, zero tolerance to corruption is the BJP’s slogan and so it makes sense, complete sense
Tuesday - Mar 31, 2015
The incident that took place on the dawn of 14th March 2015 at our Jesus and Mary Ranaghat convent is unfortunate and we strongly condemn it. The violation of the dignity of a woman in this incident is against our culture and tradition, but I plead with you, let us not focus on this one issue, let us bring to the fore the many voiceless and illiterate women and children in various parts of our beloved country
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