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
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
Goa Was Promised ‘Acche Din’ But Has Reaped ‘Kacche Din’ by Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Mar 9, 2015
Today the BJP Government in Goa completes three years. It has been 36 long months of confusion, contradictions, and controversies. Despite having in March 2012 been given a clear mandate by the people of Goa, the BJP has miserably failed to deliver on the Parivartan that was promised by way of Good governance and Zero tolerance to corruption. It has only been a string of U turns on all promise made
BJP Throttling Democratic Principles And Values by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Mar 8, 2015
Benaulim MLA Caetano D’Silva alias Caitu has to be commended for having vehemently opposed the current Zilla Parishad elections on party lines. Despite being a coalition partner of the government Caitu has had the spine to speak out against something that is vividly wrong.
Jigsaw Puzzle Of Widening Road At The Slope Of Dona Paula Circle by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Saturday - Mar 7, 2015
I am a senior citizen and residing near this slope of Dona Paula circle. I have been following very carefully the widening work being carried out by the contractors of PWD. It started from Bambolim quite long time and almost nearing its completion. The asphalting of this stretch of road is almost completed today (5.3.2015) this evening and I was told there is no chance taking up this NIO circle slope for widening
Saturday - Mar 7, 2015
Over the last 10 years my husband and I have enjoyed our annual visits to Goa, as we enjoy the beauty of India and its people. For many years, we have looked beyond the appalling problem, often blamed on tourists. But wa l k ing along one of the tributaries of River Sal, we were horrified to see mounds of glass, light bulbs etc dumped on the river bank
In Changing Goa, Goenkarponn At Stake by Prabhakar Timble
Saturday - Mar 7, 2015
POLITICALLY, Goa is caught between a corrupt Congress and a communal BJP. That the local Congress leadership is hungry for political power purely for selfish motive of personal enhancement is a deep-rooted perception. The BJP is no less corrupt. In fact, the levels of corruption are higher under their rule but the
BJP Is Slaughtering Our Rights by Aires Rodrigues
Friday - Mar 6, 2015
Narendra Modi fooled the people of India promising ‘Acche din’ while craftily keeping the hidden agenda under wraps till he usurped power. Nowhere in sight those promised 15 lakhs in 100 days for every household as share of that black money stacked overseas. Instead the BJP is now unleashing its vicious communal
Hindutvas, Thieves Of History by Robert Lindsay, California
Thursday - Mar 5, 2015
First of all, in its present form, the state of India has no right to exist. Prior to 1947, there was no India. Prior to British colonialism, there was no India. There was really no Hinduism either. It was British colonizers who made note of the varying Indian forms of religions and collated them into
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