Friday, April 28, 2017
KEEPING SPORTS BODIES FREE FROM THE POLITICAL ROT by Aires Rodrigues
Friday - Oct 24, 2014
Politicians should be kept at a very safe distance from all Sports bodies. Over the last two and a half years the so called Cancer Specialist BJP’s Dr Shekhar Salkar through all his under hand politricks has been desperately and frantically trying by hook or crook to usurp the post as President of the Goa Cricket Association (GCA). He has reached a point of sheer desperation
THE ROUGHSHOD MANOHAR PARRIKAR AND HIS PAYOLA by Menino Fernandes
Friday - Oct 24, 2014
What looks like a euphony does not necessarily mean good music. I could well mean to fob off the listeners and the public in general and this is what is exactly being generated by the current government of Goa which is run by an absurd and foolish chief minister who is nothing but just a vague. The chief minister’s music is just a fugue as it is repeated in every other song of his
DABOLIM AIRPORT CAN TAKE CARE OF ALL OF GOA’S FUTURE NEEDS by Vito Gomes
Tuesday - Oct 21, 2014
Once again we are faced with the conundrum involving Dabolim and Mopa Airports. Does Goa really require two airports? Who is it really going to benefit? What is the impact – socially, environmentally and economically - of having two airports? These are questions debated over and over again with no resolution insight. Let’s go over the issue again
FOR CHIEF MINISTER MANOHAR PARRIKAR CASINOS ARE NOW PRIDE OF GOA by Aires Rodrigues
Tuesday - Oct 21, 2014
On 21st August which was the last day of the monsoon session of the Goa Legislative Assembly Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar had assured that all the Casino advertisements displayed on the police barricades would be removed immediately. It is two long months and those Casinos advertisements have only increased
INDIA IS SET TO HAVE A MODI-FIED JUDICIARY by Aires Rodrigues
Tuesday - Oct 21, 2014
Fatorda MLA Vijai Sardesai must be lauded for yesterday being the only MLA having the spine to speak out against Narendra Modi government’s devious National Judicial Appointments Commission Bill which will craftily encroach on and undermine the much needed independence of the judiciary.
Sunday - Oct 19, 2014
The recent statement by Manohar Parrikar on MOPA that no force can ground Mopa Airport and that whether Goa meant only South Goa and that whether North Goa has no right to demand an Airport reflects political arrogance of the highest order by a CM. This statement of North- South divide depicts an attempt of frustration on part of the highly educated chief minister and shows failure of healthy democratic
Sunday - Oct 19, 2014
The Politicians must be kept out of any issues related to the well being of Goa. The politicians are the agents of the Indian Invader they act based upon how much commission they get from the Indian Invader. They make corruption legal thru illegal process of fraud elections. The Politicians dare not the Indian Invader to take up the interests of general Goan public. 53 plus years have elapsed thru successive
PARRIKAR IS CONFUSED CHIEF MINISTER IN REGARDS TO AIRPORTS? by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Sunday - Oct 19, 2014
Parrikar dictates that Goa should have two airports, one in North and another in the South Goa, perhaps he is giving a precedent to other Chief Ministers of other states to have two or many airports and this way one fine day India is going to have number of airports. Some other Chief Minister after Parrikar may think of having another at West and East airports and may be at Centre also
MINDLESS OPERATION HAVING TWO AIRPORTS by Stephen Dias
Friday - Oct 17, 2014
This is in reference to a letter published in NT on 14th Oct 2014 titled “ MINDLESS OPPOSITION TO MOPA AIRPORT” by Michael Vaz, Merces who appears in favour of Mopa airport as he cites reasons that South Goa tourist taxis will certainly be deprived of their business and other reason that people would like to travel in this mode for enjoying trips and visiting places etc, and it is a culture
GOA'S JUDICIARY CANNOT BE UNDER SEIGE by Aires Rodrigues
Friday - Oct 17, 2014
Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar and Prime Minister Narendra Modi had both vowed of Zero tolerance to Corruption and good governance with transparency and accountability. However their acts and deeds speak very much to the contrary. The awfully dark days are looming for the very Independence
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