Wednesday, August 23, 2017
Monday - Nov 10, 2014
At what cost. Politicians allowed the Invader loot Goa's mining assets worth billions of dollars and greedy of Goa people helped the Invader looting is illegal by participating in fraud elections. India is financed by Goa's economy for the last 53 years plus. The Goan politicians functioning as Agents, the Goa press O Heraldo for keeping its silence. The Archbishop of Goa an Agent in social justice and peace requesting
Goa Now Bestowed With A Puppet Chief Minister by Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Nov 10, 2014
Goa has a new Chief Minister but no governance. In an awfully bad start the new Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar has bald-facedly proclaimed that the portfolios of his Ministers will be allotted only later this week in consultation with Manohar Parrikar.
Achhe Din For Goa Sans Manohar Parrikar by Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Nov 10, 2014
As was expected the new Chief Minister of Goa is also from the RSS. It is no surprise that the BJP has humiliated Deputy Chief Minister Francis D’Souza which should act as an eye opener to the other altar boys. Francis D’Souza has however taken this in the right stride because politics today has unfortunately
Absence Of Unity – Cause Of Our Downfall by Jose Maria Miranda
Sunday - Nov 9, 2014
Lack of unanimity in our views on issues concerning Goa and Goans and total absence of unity amongst us to take them forcefully to their logical conclusion, have perhaps been one of our greatest misfortunes. During the Portuguese rule, some people longed for freedom, but they held different
Failed As Goa's Chief Minister, Will Parrikar Shoot True As India's Defence Minister? by Mayabhushan Nagvenkar
Saturday - Nov 8, 2014
Ram kasam, miracles do happen, or how else do you explain this? Only last year, Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar told The New York Times that the Gujarat riots were a blot on Narendra Modi’s career and that he would have handled the violence situation more efficiently. Parrikar is now a favourite
Question Of Laxmikant Or Arlekar Succeeding Manohar Parrikar by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Saturday - Nov 8, 2014
Let us not talk the word RSS because this is a sensitive issue and it may bounce against BJP itself. First and foremost whether Laximikant or Arlekar can take up CM's post by replacing Parrikar if he takes up assignment as Defense Minister of India? I am strongly in the opinion that Arlekar is no corrupt man. Parsekar has to clear the Pernem land issue, which allegedly
Francis Will Have To Re-Evaluate His Association With Rss-Bjp by Floriano Lobo
Saturday - Nov 8, 2014
GSRP had always said that Francis D'Souza was made the DCM of Goa to placate Christians and nothing else. He has been used. The automatic choice is the DCM to fill in the vacuum whenever it come up. When the PM goes out, DPM takes over automatically. Deputy is groomed for the post. Francis will have to swallow hard and re-evaluate his association with the RSS-BJP, when he
Advocate General Atmaram Nadkarni’s Greed Knows No Bounds by Aires Rodrigues
Wednesday - Nov 5, 2014
Dr. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar, the Father of the Indian Constitution must never have visualized that thick skinned persons with never ending greed for moolah would ever be occupying the very high Constitutional post of Advocate General. That is possibly why a ban on private practice by the Advocate General was not officially prescribed in the Constitution of India. But while participating at the meeting
Only Manohar Parrikar’s Exit May Save Goa by Aires Rodrigues
Wednesday - Nov 5, 2014
The lightning speed and zeal in which Manohar Parrikar is rushing through the renewal of the mining leases is no surprise. If only the Chief Minister had shown such enthusiasm in constituting the long non-operational State Information Commission and in appointing a sturdy Lokayukta to ensure Zero
Tuesday - Nov 4, 2014
The Mopa airport debate is heating up particularly on its location and viability. Why the government should pursue a project that is almost outside Goa to bring tourists into Goa is not understood? Various estimates put the cost of the Mopa airport project at Rs 3000 crore, which does not include the cost of connecting the airport to either the existing road network or build a new expressway
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