Friday, March 24, 2017
No Reason To Rejoice On Advocate’s Day by Aires Rodrigues
Wednesday - Dec 3, 2014
Advocate's day is celebrated in India by the lawyer community on the 3rd of December to mark the birth anniversary of Rajendra Prasad the First President of India and a very eminent lawyer. For the legal fraternity in Goa there could have been reason to celebrate today if we had an honest, truthful and sincere Advocate General. After Manohar Parrikar’s exit to Delhi, the very controversial
CM Should Expedite Appointment Of Lokayukta And Information Commissioners by Aires Rodrigues
Wednesday - Dec 3, 2014
Unhindered and undeterred by former U turn Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar the new Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar should now take immediate steps on a priority to appoint the Lokayukta and the long overdue State Information Commissioners. The inaction in appointing the Lokayukta and Information
CM Should Expedite Appointment Of Lokayukta And Information Commissioners by Aires Rodrigues
Wednesday - Dec 3, 2014
Unhindered and undeterred by former U turn Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar the new Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar should now take immediate steps on a priority to appoint the Lokayukta and the long overdue State Information Commissioners
The Body Of St. Francis Xavier by Elly Lobo
Tuesday - Dec 2, 2014
The Encyclopaedia Britannica, in spite of its massive research facilities, has an entry, in which it is written that "one of the surviving buildings in Old Goa is the Basilica of Bom Jesus (1549-1603) in which lies the mummified body of St. Francis Xavier." (Micropae-dia, Vol. 5). The same encyclopaedia
Spiritual Heritage Preserved By Canons by Melvyn Misquita
Monday - Dec 1, 2014
Had it not been for efforts spanning over 165 years by a group of senior clergymen called Canons (Cónegos in Portuguese, Kon’g in Konkani), who constitute the Cathedral Chapter (Cabido in Portuguese, Kabid in Konkani), Bom Jesus Basilica and Se Cathedral could well have been reduced to ruins
Monday - Dec 1, 2014
The government appears hell bent on rushing through huge projects such as New Panjim Bridge, Bambolim to Dona Paula four lane road with huge gutters on downhill side, concretization of Miramar-Dona Paula road at Rs 100 crore into a narrower three-lane road These projects are being pushed through, by bypassing PWD and awarding them to favourite contractors through GSIDC and other agencies at huge costs
Panjim Decaying Despite Manohar Parrikar Being MLA For Two Decades by Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Dec 1, 2014
Manohar Parrikar needs to publicly explain what he has achieved for Panjim while being the MLA for the last twenty long years. He was also the Chief Minister of Goa from 24th October 2000 to 2nd February 2005 and once again from 9th March 2012 to 8th November this year.
An 'Angry' Report On The 'Gas Chamber' Erected At The Grounds Of Se Cathedral’ by Floriano Lobo
Sunday - Nov 30, 2014
I, with my family, which included 3 minors aged 3,4 & 10 went to Old Goa to pay 'homage', 'respects' and to ask for the blessings of GOA's patron St. Francis Xavier, 'HE' being my personal patron Saint also in my entire academic carrier, with schooling at St. Xavier's HS, Moira, Xavier's College, Bastora
Still A Ray Of Hope In Murky Electoral Politics by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Nov 30, 2014
I had in 2011 contested the elections to the Corporation of City of Panaji. At that election Manohar Parrikar moved house to house in that campaign against me so also did Babush Monseratte and his arch-rival Victoria Fernandes teaming together and vigorous campaigning after their infamous kiss.
Two So Called Migrants Editors Must Be Shunted Out From Goa by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Saturday - Nov 29, 2014
I have noticed that we have at least two migrants Editors of local newspapers in Goa, who are not in tune with the Goan interest and that certain Goan writers including me are not been considered by them that their letters or articles for publishing , as they feel it is their own prerogative. Both these MIGRANT Editors are coward and must leave GOA immediately as they fail to do justice for the journalism
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