Saturday, April 29, 2017
S.G.Korgaonkar The Commissioner Of Commercial Taxes Must Be Shown The Red Card by Aires Rodrigues
Wednesday - Jan 21, 2015
The newly appointed Chief Secretary of Goa Kewal Sharma has been urged to immediately suspend the Commissioner of Commercial Taxes S.G.Korgaonkar for failing to file as directed a First Information Report (F.I.R) in the 2011 Commercial Tax Inspectors recruitment scam. S.G.Korgaonkar has
The Very Sorry State Of Judiciary In Goa by Aires Rodrigues
Wednesday - Jan 21, 2015
Even a Judge would know which way the verdict will go only after hearing both sides. But the only person who can confidently assure you to extract a favorable judgment in any case is the flamboyant Advocate General of Goa Atmaram Nadkarni. With all tricks and tantriks up his sleeve besides close contacts with the Judges, Atmaram Nadkarni can guarantee you the tilting of scales of Justice
Preparing For Ghar Wapsi by Julio Ribeiro
Tuesday - Jan 20, 2015
As Christmas Day approached I readied myself for ‘Ghar Wapsi’. Normally it would be celebration time but there has been a dramatic shift in interest and emphasis, what with the mass re-conversions planned on that day at Aligarh and the observance of Good Governance Day in schools across the country!
What Could Be The Real Stand Of Dy. Chief Minister? by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Monday - Jan 19, 2015
I watched a dialogue between Dy.Chief Minister of Goa Francisco D’Sousa and a reporter on Prudent Media today (18.1.2015) regarding his likely appointment as Governor of Rajasthan. Francisco D’Souza denied this and said they are rumours.
Time To Wind Up The Zilla Panchayats by Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Jan 19, 2015
The Goa Government should seriously ponder on whether to continue with the Zilla Panchayats. It will cost the tax payer around a whopping two crores to conduct those next elections which are now due in March. Infact for a very small State like Goa there was no justification to set up the Zilla Panchayats which have proven to be only an unnecessary financial burden which a cash strapped
The Prolific Konkani Knight by Gauree Malkarnekar
Monday - Jan 19, 2015
Born to parents with meagre resources, brought up with an education in Marathi and having spent his early years as a cowherd in the hills of Volvoi in central Goa, Pundalik Naik probably had the most unlikely beginnings for a celebrated Konkani writer who has earned the rare honour of being conferred both, the Sahitya Akademi Award and the Sangeet Natak Academy Award
Manohar Parrikar’s Double Talk On Casinos by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Jan 18, 2015
Addressing the Goa Legislative Assembly on 7th August 2012 the then Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar had categorically and confidently stated that he did not need the revenue from Casinos for Goa’s developmental works. While branding the government revenue from Casinos as “bad” money, Manohar Parrikar had
There Is Much We Need To Learn From Others by Jose Maria Miranda
Saturday - Jan 17, 2015
Irrespective of how old or how young one is, we have always something to learn from nature or from our fellow beings. Often, we need to even learn from our own children. Age does give us experience, but not always wisdom. The more we are open to listening and to correction, the more we learn
CCP Needs To Give Clarification On Accounts Of Carnival 2014 by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Saturday - Jan 17, 2015
I have read letter by Joaquim Teles in Herald dt 17th Jan 2015 and found there is some fishy thing in that letter. I have addressed this letter to all the Editors because I am sure that the reply of mine will not be entertained by Herald. My question to the writer Joaquim Teles for his letter titled " Where are the accounts of Panjim Carnival 2014?"
Goa’s Tourism Industry In Despair by Aires Rodrigues
Saturday - Jan 17, 2015
The backbone of Goa’s economy, the Tourism trade is in total shambles and doldrums. Unless some concrete steps are taken it may be extremely intricate for the industry to recover from the current crisis. Instead of ensuring that the crumbling infrastructure here is first enhanced, the government delegations have been merrily jetting around the globe on junkets squandering crores of tax payer’s
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