Friday, April 28, 2017
FERDINO REBELLO VERSUS OUTLOOK: A FIERCE LEGAL BATTLE IN THE RECKONING by Aires Rodrigues
Tuesday - Jul 29, 2014
Anyone planning to file a defamation case would be well advised to seek former Advocate General of Goa Subodh Kantak’s opinion and guidance on his first hand turbulent experience with the libel law. In 2008 Subodh Kantak initiated defamation proceedings seeking from me 15 crores by way of compensation for the statements made against him. In his petition Subodh Kantak
WORK CULTURE IN GOVT OFFICES NEED A CHANGE by Jose Maria Miranda
Tuesday - Jul 29, 2014
When Manohar Parrikar took over as Chief Minister in 2012, many Government servants feared that they would be his first targets, as, during his previous tenure, he had tried to enforce timings in Govt. Offices. While the employees felt that their “good old days” were now over, the general public anxiously awaited this move as they could at least find the employees
TURBULENT TIMES FOR INDIA’S JUDICIARY by Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Jul 28, 2014
The debate generated by Justice Markandey Katju should be channelized as a fruitful window of opportunity to strengthen the Indian judiciary whose credibility has been at stake in recent times. Any devious attempt by the Narendra Modi government to conveniently seize this opportunity to craftily encroach and undermine the independence of the judiciary should be forcefully thwarted
Another Idiot Dy CM Francis D’souza Says All Christians Are Christian Hindus by Menino Fernandes
Friday - Jul 25, 2014
As more idiots join in creating communal disharmony we have a silly and sleepy idiot known as Francis D’Souza who is also the Deputy Chief Minister of Goa with his slack brains, man with no imagination, man with no ideologies and a man without any general knowledge has blatantly stated in the public media that India is already a Hindu nation and "all Indians in Hindustan are Hindus".
THE POLITICS OF POWER IS DIVERTING INDIA FROM ITS FOUNDING PRINCIPLES by Peter Fernandes
Friday - Jul 25, 2014
India is an ancient land, with diverse traditions, cultures, languages, and a fertile ground for seers! Several invaders came and conquered this land, and made a home here. The last of these many invaders was the British Empire. Subsequently, brave souls of this ancient land fought a hard and long
AN S.I.T CANNOT BE A P.I.T by Aires Rodrigues
Thursday - Jul 24, 2014
The probe into the Serula Communidade land allotment fraud was long overdue but unless it gets to the bottom of the rot it will be a mere eyewash. It was imperative that Goa’s infamous Tourism Minister Dilip Parulekar should have been one of the prime accused. Other politicians and top officials who have illegally and highhanded mauled into this community land should also be in the dragnet
IS A GOAN LIFE WORTH MORE THAN A NANO? by Joao Barros-Pereira
Thursday - Jul 24, 2014
How much is a Goan's life worth nowadays? Judging by the lackadaisical attitude of the police, not much, wouldn't you say? Even for the thick-skinned and tell-me-something-new politicians and public in Goa, no matter what happens, there appears to be no political will to take the bull by the horn and deal
SHARLET FURTADO AND VASCO MINOR RAPIST RELATED TO VASCO BJP MLA CARLOS ALMEIDA by Tulshidas Shirodkar
Wednesday - Jul 23, 2014
Manohar Parrikar was quick enough to get the evidence destroyed and the Vasco Deep Vihar minor’s rape case destroyed. From what appears is that Parrikar had been actively involved in hushing away the case of the poor child as the parents had no money to bribe the chief minister or had no powerful influence
INDIAN JUDICIARY NEEDS SOME FIXING by Aires Rodrigues
Tuesday - Jul 22, 2014
The revelation by Justice Markandey Katju about the alleged corrupt Madras High Court Judge is just the tip of the wide spread malaise that the Indian Judiciary is grappling with. It may have taken Justice Katju almost a decade to blow the trumpet but the sad ground reality has been there for even the blind to see. Over the years we have witnessed some extremely good judges but in anguish
PUBLIC FUNDS CAN’T BE FLUSHED DOWN THE DRAIN by Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Jul 21, 2014
The Rs 17.60 lakhs spent on Narendra Modi’s May 26th oath taking ceremony was an unnecessary waste of public funds. Similarly in Goa on March 9th 2012 Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar squandered Rs 11 lakhs of tax payer’s money. In the current bad economic times austerity and fiscal accountability has to be the key guiding factor. Every paisa spent from the State exchequer has to be
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