Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Sunday - Nov 2, 2014
This has reference to Tennyson Fernandes’s piece of brotherly advice in the article ‘ Why Portuguese Passport’ ( Herald, 29 October). Totally appreciate your views and concern and many Goans will also appreciate your brotherly advice. Does ever one think to leave our beautiful and peaceful Goa? Never, none of us would like to leave their mother- land. Goa was known as ‘Manik Goenkaranchem’
The Dual Citizenship Issue by Menino Fernandes
Friday - Oct 31, 2014
The dual citizenship issue has been to the core ever since Valanka Alemao filed a case against Caitu Silva the Benaulim MLA for holding Portuguese Nationality and Citizenship. The different explanations and the different excuses by Manohar Parrikar the chief minister with a view to defend his
Thursday - Oct 30, 2014
The Marathi Culture was always predominant among Goan Hindu families likes of Naik, Kamat, Angle, Care, Raiturcar, etc. in Konkani Goa. Marathi language has been used in Hindu religious rituals. Marathi was taught in Schools from elementary to Secondary High Schools like Gomantak Vidya Niketan in Comba,Margao, Nutan Vidyalaya in Comba, Margao in the strong Portuguese Build up mixing
GMC OPD IS IN MESS by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Wednesday - Oct 29, 2014
Our Goa Minister of Health Laxmikant Parsekar praises that the GMC Hopsital is one of the best in the country because of having Super Specially facilities for heart and other health diseases and best of Doctors. It may be true at certain extent compared to a private Hospitals in Goa
AFTER QUEEN RADHA IT IS NOW KING ATMARAM by Aires Rodrigues
Tuesday - Oct 28, 2014
Sunday - Oct 26, 2014
Most people in Goa remember him as Joe Rocha or Joseph Manuel Rocha, the dreamy Slow Joe who couldn’t move fast enough. Not so in France, where Slow Joe and the band The Ginger Accident are making waves. Slow Joe’s discovery by a French musician on a lazy day at a beach shack in Goa and his eventual metamorphosis into a soulful singer is a story on its own
Sunday - Oct 26, 2014
It's a shame Goan people are bought for few rupees to sell their motherland Goa to these Bandits, cut throat Goan politicians who becomes very rich. Congress, BJP have bought their honour, dignity, their once very rich Goa Portuguese heritage. Now they sell their land and property. Very soon it will come they will sell their wives and children
SPECIAL ADDITION TO JOSE MARIA MIRANDA’S ‘DO NOT DIVIDE US MR. CM’ by Floriano Lobo
Sunday - Oct 26, 2014
One. Your Mr. CM has gotten rid of Goa's dear dear Mathany Saldanha in the COSA NOSTRA style, and to cover it up, he has given him the 21 Gun Salute send off so that Goans are numbed.
GOA’S POTHOLED ROADS by Aires Rodrigues
Saturday - Oct 25, 2014
Manohar Parrikar in 2003 during his earlier term as Chief Minister offered a reward of Rs 1000 for every pothole spotted on any road in Goa. If he now dares extend that offer even only within the municipal limits of the small city of Mapusa the state coffers would instantly run dry.
PLEASE DO NOT DIVIDE US, MR. CM by Jose Maria Miranda
Saturday - Oct 25, 2014
The issue of Mopa has been burning for some time, but was exacerbated recently by the CM’s recent unequivocal and pungent assertions that Mopa would become a reality come what may. Parrikar spoke like a demagogue. Short of saying “L’Etat c’est moi”, he said it all. “No force can ground Mopa. My Government and no one
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