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The Noose Tightens Around Narayan Navti by Aires Rodrigues
Saturday - Nov 29, 2014
The noose tightens around Goa’s beleaguered acting Chief Electoral Officer Narayan Shrikrishna Navti who is also the Director of Panchayats. He has been directed to appear before the Vigilance department on 5th December in
Friday - Nov 28, 2014
The roads across Goa are in an appalling state. Potholes and craters are galore. It will soon be Christmas and one wonders whether the government is waiting for the eve of next monsoon to hot-mix the roads. A portion of the 380-year-old Ribandar – Panjim causeway which is the longest bridge in Asia, is in a very wobbly state with so many fatal deaths there already. The Panjim-Mapusa
By Election For Panjim Seat by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Friday - Nov 28, 2014
In view of mounting pressure by various parties mainly BJP, Congress and Independent certain candidatures are keen in getting elected as MLA position for the Panjim seat, due to sudden assignment of our Chief Minister of Goa Manohar Parrikar to go to Delhi as a Defence Minister by the Union Government. This vacancy is now created for the Panjim seat and many candidates are eyeing for this position
Friday - Nov 28, 2014
Our grand old organisation of the Comunidades which was set up centuries ago and in any case much before Vasco da Gama anchored in Goan waters and the Portuguese set foot on Goan soil. Comunidades have functioned well in Goa. Thanks to our worthy ancestors, they did well to meet the requirements of the then existing communities who lived in peace and calm, with honour assured to all
The Possible Way Ahead For Panjim by Aires Rodrigues
Friday - Nov 28, 2014
Panjim will soon have to choose an MLA to fill the vacancy created. The new MLA will have a very short term of just under two years. The election process would also incur a huge financial burden on the State exchequer, while the outcome of this election would politically not change the current equations either for the ruling party or the opposition. It would therefore be prudent for the people of Panjim
Stop Violating Goa Coastal Peoples' Rights by BMM
Friday - Nov 28, 2014
Bharat Mukti Morcha condemns continues violations of fishing rights in Zuari river. Over the past one year there are intensified violations of fishing rights. The target group of these violations are the fishermen on the banks of river Zuari especially the villages of Odxel, Cacra, Nauxim, Bambolim and Siridao
Wanted: No More Bad! by Joao Barros-Pereira
Friday - Nov 28, 2014
Former CM Manohar Parrikar, the Panjim MLA who was re-elected several times over, like our previous Prime Minister has a reputation for being personally incorruptible, and people by and large, admire both men for it. Panjim reminds me of south Mumbai, a constituency of educated people. As the voters re-elected
Thursday - Nov 27, 2014
The lives of Goans residing in the tourist-strewn beach belt of the state seems intimately interwoven with the bustling tourism industry. From offering taxi services to working as housekeeping staff or cooks at hotels, the sector is a major employer for people of all ages in the much-loved coastal side of Goa
The Double Faced Manohar Parrikar by Aires Rodrigues
Wednesday - Nov 26, 2014
At the ensuing by election to the Panjim Assembly constituency there will definitely be an occasion or two for all the candidates to debate on a common platform and face the queries of the voters. Regardless of who Manohar Parrikar props up as his BJP candidate, he should himself stand up on that public
The Battle For Panjim by Aires Rodrigues
Tuesday - Nov 25, 2014
With Manohar Parrikar’s resignation the decks clear to kick off the process to select and elect the next MLA of Panjim. Raju Sukerkar, Ashok Mogu Naik, Gaurish Dhond and Manohar Parrikar’s very own man Friday cum errand boy Sidharth Kuncalienker are reportedly in the list of BJP probables. But it is the RSS which virtually controls the BJP that will have the last say. Having known all the four for years
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