Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Where Is My Village? by Joao Barros-Pereira
Tuesday - Nov 18, 2014
Garbage? Where do we dump it? And, what do we do with it? Wherever we may choose to dump it, one thing is important: keep it small. By this, I mean, there is a need to have hundreds of garbage and processing sites, one for each village. The attitude of Not in My Backyard is nothing less than suicidal.
Sunday - Nov 16, 2014
The church at Chorao island, along Goa’s Mandovi river is just a few miles from the state’s busy coast but feels a world away.It’s eight in the morning in Salcete, the Old Portuguese heartland of Goa. As sunlight floods the paddy fields, church services are coming to an end. Congregations file out among the palm trees, gossiping and shaking hands. The men sport dark suits and crisply ironed shirts; the women wear satin dresses
Goa’s Minister For Archives With A Well Archived Criminal Record by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Nov 16, 2014
The awfully tainted Mickky Pacheco is finally once again a Minister further smearing Goa’s already soiled political landscape. Now as Minister for Archives, despite all his efforts he may never be able to conceal or even fiddle with his chequered and very dubious criminal records. It is now all a well embedded part of Goa’s archaeology
Criminals, Savages And Scandalous Are Dumped On The Goans by Menino Fernandes
Sunday - Nov 16, 2014
Criminals and Scandalous are back in the pack of the ruling wolves in Goa. Crimes are a part and culture of the politicians of Goa specially the lower grade men elected to power using money. In the Indian politics education and integrity least matters and as long as one has money. One can commit dozens of
Saturday - Nov 15, 2014
This is with reference to Mr. Parrikar's statement in Herald (13- 11- 14) that "Shifting Navy from Dabolim will be anti- national". Goans were happy having Parrikar elevated as India's Defence Minister. As a result, we thought it will be easier now for the son of Goa, Parrikar, to shift Navy from Dabolim, placing his reasoning that Dabolim was always a full- fledged civilian Airport of Goa prior to 1961
Parting Gift For Football Ground At Campal? by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Saturday - Nov 15, 2014
With the news report published in Times Of India dated 15th Nov, 2014, that Parrikar gifts Goa, a stadium at Campal on final day of his departure in Delhi to work as Defense Minister of India, as he approves this long pending file which earlier governments could not do it and that Parrikar says now that this a gift to Goans especially for Panjimites
Saturday - Nov 15, 2014
It appears everything fore front in dealing with keeping Dabolim and deletion of Mopa. The Salcetkar has given up or surrendered to Mr. Parrikar dictatorial attitudes. Are they afraid to confront and deliver what people demanded thru the mandate given to the BJP/RSS. May be they are bought by RSS to keep quite
Saturday - Nov 15, 2014
In the absence of law and order Goa has become the criminal land after 1961. The criminal Goans are running elections with 40% criminal voters have sold their votes while 60% of honest Goans do not vote but busy in fighting in ranking up the caste creed issues. It's the people who make good or bad governments and Goa is not ready as yet
A Dark Day For Goa by Aires Rodrigues
Saturday - Nov 15, 2014
With Mickky Pacheco’s induction today as Cabinet Minister it is yet another black day in Goa’s political spectacle. Ironically this government has declared Mickky Pacheco a defaulter for owing the Economic Development Corporation a whopping seven crores
Why Are Goans Killing Themselves? by Mayabhushan Nagvenkar
Thursday - Nov 13, 2014
In tourism booklets and guides, it's packaged as paradise - a place to unwind from your worries. But under the glamorous surface and buried in numbers, Goa's suicide statistics reveal a vastly different story. Students, lovers, the unemployed and alcoholics are increasingly killing themselves in this beach
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