Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Saturday - Dec 20, 2014
It has been raining anniversaries. First, the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Capital, New Delhi; the 40th anniversary of the 1971 Indo-Pakistani war, leading to the birth of Bangladesh; and the 50th anniversary of the “liberation” of Goa from Portuguese rule.
Goa Yet To Be Liberated by Aires Rodrigues
Saturday - Dec 20, 2014
On 19th December the Goa Government celebrated the so called 53rd anniversary of Goa’s liberation. The ground reality however is that we far from being liberated. We need to launch a battle to unshackle Goa from the current rampant corruption and nepotism that is escalating by the day. We do not have a free and independent press as the government keeps blackmailing the m
GSRP Firmly Decides To Contest Goa Legislative Assembly Elections Of 2017 by Savio Rodrigues
Friday - Dec 19, 2014
This is to inform you that Goa Su-Raj Party –GSRP has done with promoting the party among Goans for the past 14 years, having been registered with the Election Commission of India in the year 2000. It has been contesting Goa Legislative Assembly Elections in a small way since 2002 in order to keep the
Friday - Dec 19, 2014
When I first heard about the convener of the “Shiksha Bachao Andolan Samiti”, Dina Nath Batra, and his books, I assumed it was the work of a fundamentalist eccentric that would fade into the sunset of time. Then came the news that his books were compulsory reading material in Gujarat schools. The IMA Goa State Branch annual conference followed, where the IMA National President in his inaugural address
Panjim Needs To Be Liberated From Manohar Parrikar by Aires Rodrigues
Friday - Dec 19, 2014
The Press conference scheduled for December 21st at Azad Maidan stands postponed and the new date will be intimated. An extensive consultation process is currently underway with the voters of Panjim on the road map ahead and the manifesto to liberate Panjim from Manohar Parrikar who has taken the constituents on a jolly good ride for 20 long years. Promised Goa the moon but duped us
BJP Agenda Is Regression, Not Growth by Prabhakar Timble
Friday - Dec 19, 2014
It is getting apparent and patent day by day that the ‘temple’ party which repositioned itself under the slogan of development and “sabka vikas” is moving backward and is gearing to take the Indian Hindus to the discriminatory, regressive and traditional past rather than an equitable, progressive and
Resentment Brewing In Navelim Against Migrants by Guilherme Almeida
Thursday - Dec 18, 2014
When a beleaguered resident of Fradilem in navelim village stood up and stated that the area has become a “mini Rajasthan”, many in the audience agreed on the increasing presence of migrants in the village. The young speaker was not the only person who made a humble plea to the district authorities and police officials, besides Navelim MlA Avertano Furtado to set in motion a process to screen
Thursday - Dec 18, 2014
Much water has flown down the Mandovi and the Zuari and for the matter sown the Tiracol River since that day in late 1961, when the last colonial power in India left the shores of the land we call Goa. It was December the 19th. a date that will remain etched in the pages of Goa's history. It provoked certain fears, again expectedly so. But through this churning as one would expect during any political upheaval
Dr. Wilfred Mesquita's Doublespeak by Diana Pinto
Thursday - Dec 18, 2014
As the BJP Party spokesperson, it is quite easy to understand Dr. Wilfred Mesquita's convoluted logic in defending the indefensible as far as his party government is concerned. Dr. Mesquita should surely appreciate however, that the people find it very hard to buy his argument that "corruption still
Anomalies Of Arms Licence Holders by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Tuesday - Dec 16, 2014
Goans are been keeping their arms at their homes without using them for anything important. Most of these guns have been purchased during Portuguese regime and every three years they are been validated as per the Arms rules. The fees during Portuguese era were almost negligible and our forefathers used to
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