Saturday, July 22, 2017
Goa Is Far From Liberated by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Dec 14, 2014
As 19th December which is Goa’s Liberation day falls on a Friday it is still uncertain whether it will be Laxmikant Parsekar or the de-facto weekend Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar that will grab the salute at the State function to be held on Campal grounds.
Response To The ‘Navy And Dabolim’ Article Of Commodore Gilbert Menezes – by Floriano Lobo
Saturday - Dec 13, 2014
Thanks to God you are a GOAN. But unlike Air Vice Marshal Erlic Wilmot Pinto who bombed the Emisora de Goa at the Dabolim Plateau on 19 December 1961, you are perhaps a brainwashed retired Navyman who will naturally take up for the Navy which has groomed and brainwashed you. Why did I say 'unlike' Air Vice
Open Letter To Manohar Parrikar Ex-Chief Minister Of Goa by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Saturday - Dec 13, 2014
Parrikar promised 20 MLD sewage water treatment plant would be constructed in Navelim to treat the River Sal water; which is polluted with the direct release of sewage into it, in the absence of the sewerage pipeline connectivity in some areas of Navelim
GSRP Is In The Process Of Setting Up Its Grass-Roots Organisation by Floriano Lobo
Saturday - Dec 13, 2014
GSRP [GOA SU-RAJ PARTY] is in the process of setting up its grass-roots organisation [Constituency Working Committee- CWC], the first of its kind, in the 10-ALDONA CONSTITUENCY, comprising of the following Villages: Peddem/Kamarkhazan- Mapusa; Moira; Nachinola; Ucaçaim; Bastora; Aldona; Olaulim
Panjim Could Have Been Our City Of Joy by Aires Rodrigues
Friday - Dec 12, 2014
Goa’s capital Panjim located on the banks of the Mandovi River estuary could have been maintained as a glorious city. But from traffic congestion, parking vows, garbage disposal crunch to the increasing lawlessness it has been clogged with it all. Panjim which was initially a small fishing hamlet and a coconut
Church Burning Has Left Christian Community Insecure by Brig. Ian da Costa
Wednesday - Dec 10, 2014
The burning of St Sebastian’s Church in East Delhi in the early hours of 1 Dec 2014 has shocked and surprised the Christian community of Delhi and all around the country and they are feeling greatly insecure. India is known to be a country of peace, tranquillity and harmony. All communities lived in an
MLAs On Mopa by Arwin Mesquita, Colva
Wednesday - Dec 10, 2014
It is indeed surprising that many MLAs are silent on the BJP Government’s plans to aggressively push through with the second airport at Mopa. What is more surprising is that people are not pressurising their MLAs on this issue. Many of these MLAs have forsaken their people and good of Goa for personal/ political gains, including for example the latest ministerial berths for 2 Salcete MLAs
Rhythm Is Gonna Get You by Dr. Oscar Rebello
Wednesday - Dec 10, 2014
This is it, phew! You could knock me down with a feather as I trot out after viewing 'Nachom-ia Kumpasar' (Let's dance to the rhythm), a new-age Konkani film that pushes the envelope in a hitherto unseen energetic, effervescent and electric manner.
Bottle Neck Widening Road Nearing Dona Paula Circle by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Tuesday - Dec 9, 2014
Residents of D.Paula are keeping their fingers crossed the apathy of PWD officials who are likely be taking decision soon whether the widening road should continue with the same breath which is all along the road or leave it as it is? The widening of road has almost reached the slope near the Dona Paula
The Church Breaches Its Own Rule For Manohar Parrikar by Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Dec 8, 2014
At the current Exposition of the sacred relics of the Saint Francis Xavier the church authorities have strictly banned clicking of any pictures of the Saint as it disrupted the sanctity of the Exposition. "The entire sanctity of the occasion is lost. The time has to be spent in prayer before St Francis Xavier
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