Saturday, April 29, 2017
SANJIT RODRIGUES HAS A LOT TO ANSWER by Aires Rodrigues
Thursday - Jul 3, 2014
Every government officer is required under Rule 18(1) (ii) of the CSS (Conduct) Rules, 1964 to annually file a statement of all his immovable assets. They are also required to obtain prior sanction before acquiring any immovable assets. Sanjit Robert Rodrigues who is glued to the post of Managing Director of Goa
WOULD NEVER BE COWED DOWN OR INTIMIDATED BY SUCH THREATS by Aires Rodrigues
Tuesday - Jul 1, 2014
Some friends have expressed concern that I may be now physically attacked by Goa’s Advocate General Atmaram Nadkarni for exposing his blatant misdeeds. Knowing his erratic temperament, arrogance and awfully revengeful attitude it will come as no surprise.
AAP MUST GEAR UP AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO BJP & CONGRESS by Jose Maria Miranda
Monday - Jun 30, 2014
It was indeed a smashing victory for the BJP – not entirely unexpected, but certainly to many, like me, not much desirable. While one must accept gracefully this massive majority of seats, the fact still remains that not even third of the voters opted for the Party. With a comfortable majority of its own
JUDGES MUST BE ABOVE BOARD by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Jun 29, 2014
The Supreme Court of India is the last door we can knock for Justice. It has to be ensured that judicial accountability is maintained at all times with the judges and retired judges of the Supreme Court and even the High Court’s strictly conforming to the highest standards of uprightness and integrity
WINE DRINKERS OF GOA : MYTH AND REALITY by Joao Barros-Pereira
Sunday - Jun 29, 2014
A lot of the wines on sale in Goa are good enough only for winos. No one with a cultivated palate will drink these wines and so I am always amused to read articles on our sophisticated wine industry, wine drinkers and tradition of wine drinking in Goa. Is there a Department of Myth whose mission is
ADVOCATE GENERAL’S OFFICE NEEDS FUMIGATION by Aires Rodrigues
Saturday - Jun 28, 2014
One of Advocate General Atmaram Nadkarni’s side kick and man Friday is his trusted Lieutenant Advocate Hanumant Naik alias H.D. Naik also better known as High Definition Naik. Though he has been practically operating from Atmaram Nadkarni’s den, for it not to look very obvious he has not long ago set up his symbolic own office not very far from that of his mentor
THE GOANS IN GOA – THE QUESTION OF INDEPENDENCE, 10TH SEPTEMBER 1954 by Jedrzej Giertych
Friday - Jun 27, 2014
(Jedrzej Giertych was a Polish Right-Wing Politician, Journalist and Writer. He Supported Goa to be an Independent Country)
It is obvious that the Indian Catholics would like their numbers to be increased and their position strengthened by the incorporation of Goa into India. It is
VEDIC ARYANS by Franco Fernandes, Chorao
Friday - Jun 27, 2014
(This is an article in response to Joao Barros-Pereira article on Vedic Culture)
Who were these people, were did they live, and what was their society like ? Lets have a brief overview of the Vedic Aryans.
JUDICIARY BEING THROTTLED by Aires Rodrigues
Thursday - Jun 26, 2014
The sordid manner in which the Narendra Modi Government has mishandled the Gopal Subramanium episode leaves much to be desired. With the dark days looming the very sanctity and independence of the Judiciary is at stake. If the Judiciary is reduced to a mere wing of the government the temples of Justice will lose all relevance.
SAY NO TO MUTHALIK AND HIS ILK by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Wednesday - Jun 25, 2014
Now, that Narendra Modi has become the Prime Minister of India, probably Sri Ram Sene chief Pramod Muthalik thought that it was right time for him to spread his nefarious activities all over the country, particularly Goa. We do not need people like Muthalik to tell us that we have to clean Goa from drugs
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