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PRUDENT MEDIA IS 8 by Aires Rodrigues
Thursday - Oct 2, 2014
Today is Prudent News channel’s 8th anniversary. After having set shop from a small flat at Miramar, the Prudent Media has over the last eight years moved from strength to strength. Under the current able stewardship of the always gregarious Pramod Acharya, the very energetic, creative, and cohesive Prudent team has unfailingly displayed very high levels of professional ethics in its conduct and fair reporting
1947 REVISITED by Joao Barros-Pereira
Wednesday - Oct 1, 2014
Chief Minister Parrikar's comment on the invasion of Goa must have gladdened the hearts of the majority of Goans, and made a few sad. "Had India invaded Goa in 1947, then we Goans would have been free like all the other states in India," said Manohar Parrikar.
GOA’S SPINELESS AND PUPPET CHIEF SECRETARY RETIRES by Aires Rodrigues
Wednesday - Oct 1, 2014
Goa is relieved today with the retirement of the very slimy Chief Secretary B. Vijayan. He may retire but the illegalities he has allowed in the administration over the last two and a half years may come to haunt him for years to come. Infact after Manohar Parrikar came to power in March 2012, Vijayan maneuvered to illegally get himself elevated to the post of Chief Secretary much to the consternation
CHIEF SECRETARY DESIGNATE K.K.SHARMA NO ALIEN TO GOA by Aires Rodrigues
Wednesday - Oct 1, 2014
Chief Secretary designate Kewal Kumar Sharma is no stranger to Goa. We would now have our very own son-in-law as the Chief Secretary of the State. K.K.Sharma, a 1983- batch IAS officer of the AGMUT cadre was first posted in Goa as Deputy Collector at Margao, a post he held from 1st August 1985 to 1st June 1987. It is when he met his life partner to be Ninette Vas who was then a practicing
WHO IS LOOKING OUT FOR YOU …! by Peter Fernandes
Wednesday - Oct 1, 2014
Indeed, the conviction of an incumbent Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa and her accomplice, in the “Disproportionate Assets Case” is a triumph for Indian judicial system. Jayalaithaa and her accomplice are sentenced to four years in prison and must pay a substantial fine. Corruption is a sickness that has decimated the Indian nation for decades. In no uncertain terms
Monday - Sep 29, 2014
PANJIM: Judge PV Sawaikar of the Goa CBI Court today heard final arguments on the petition filed by Adv. Aires Rodrigues seeking directions to the Anti- Corruption Branch (ACB) to register an F.I.R. against Speaker of Goa Legislative Assembly Rajendra Arlekar in the disproportionate assets case. The Court today after hearing Adv. Rodrigues and Special Public Prosecutor Prasad Kirtani
TAX PAYER’S MONEY NEEDS TO BE SPENT JUDICIOUSLY by Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Sep 29, 2014
As Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar repetitively rues about the financial crisis the State coffer is reeling under, the obvious sensible thrust of his government should have been to meticulously curb all avoidable wasteful expenditure. Today in the name of laying a foundation stone for the widening of the Ribandar- Old Goa bypass an unnecessary gala function was organised.
ROARING CONTROVERSY OVER GOA LION SCULPTURES by Mayabhushan Nagvenkar
Monday - Sep 29, 2014
A Goa cabinet minister's obsession with erecting statues of lions in a public park, is threatening to erupt into a scandal on the lines of BSP chief Mayawati's controversial decision to install elephant sculptures all over Uttar Pradesh. While the elephant is the official symbol of the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), the lion is the official emblem of the Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party
WILL RAJENDRA ARLEKAR GO THE JAYALALITHAA WAY? by Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Sep 29, 2014
After Tamil Nadu’s Jayalalithaa will Goa Speaker Rajendra Arlekar’s disproportionate assets case give him the distinction of landing up as the first guest at the upcoming Goa Central Jail at Colvale?
Sunday - Sep 28, 2014
Towards a truly Swachh Goa the Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar must first find a broom that can cleanse the rampant corruption in his government by sweeping away the corrupt Ministers to begin with
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