Sunday, August 20, 2017
THE REAL ANTI NATIONALS AND PORTUGUESE LOVERS by Joel Lopes
Tuesday - Sep 16, 2014
In recent times there is a trend by Indians to Link Goans Particularly Catholics to Portuguese and even call them anti nationals. Just to summarize. Goans are Anti nationals If 1)They Acquire Portuguese Passports for work Purposes.
OPEN LETTER TO MR SHRIPAD NAIK, UNION MINISTER FOR STATE FOR TOURISM by Floriano Lobo
Tuesday - Sep 16, 2014
Considering the above headline news in the esteemed 'Times of India' of today, we must warn you that no matter who you are, what your designation is in the current BJP Government, you will not touch the Sound Ban deadline for Goa, since you have no business to do so, pandering to the wishes and desires of the Goa Tourism Industry to unstabilise the sanity that has been provided under
UNFULFILLED PROMISES PAINT A GRAVE PICTURE IN GOA by Mayabhushan Nagavenkar
Monday - Sep 15, 2014
The earnest clamour of zero tolerance to corruption has long dimmed. Promises of efficient delivery and good governance are confronted with U-turns on key issues. And silence greets the raucous din of conservative right-wing elements slowly taking grip in Goa.
THE HISTORY OF THE GOAN INVASION BY THE INDIANS By Vladimir De Monte Furtado
Monday - Sep 15, 2014
16 December 1961, Indian troops crossed the border into Goa. 19 December 1961 - Annexation of the Overseas Province of Portugal called Goa by newly formed India (1947), termed by Indians from the newly formed Republic of India as liberating Goa, incorporated into the Indian Union. 16 Jan 1967 - Opinion poll day illegally
THE ROAD AHEAD FOR SANJIT RODRIGUES by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Sep 14, 2014
Sources in Srinagar have confirmed that Sanjit Rodrigues did arrive there on August 25th around lunch time by Air India Flight No 866 which arrived from Goa via Delhi. By the way Sanjit Rodrigues’s encounter and ordeal with the floods there may actually be for him a blessing in disguise. With his over five year experience as Managing Director of Goa State Infrastructure Development Corporation
A VIGIL OVER GOA’S JUDICIARY by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Sep 14, 2014
Due to the untiring efforts of Judge Sayonara Lad, a two day ‘Legal awareness Fete’ organized by the North Goa Legal Services Authority is currently under way at Don Bosco Oratory hall at Panjim. At the inaugural function yesterday it was an irony to hear Adv. Saresh Lotlikar speak on “Art of Advocacy”. By his conduct Saresh Lotlikar has long lost all moral authority to be lecturing on professional ethics
PARRIKAR ACTS AGAINST MODI’S WISHES by Jose Maria Miranda
Sunday - Sep 14, 2014
In one of his first addresses after becoming PM, Narendra Modi, reiterated what the BJP Manifesto had enunciated earlier that the country’s natural resources should be primarily used for local consumption, a concept first brought out by ex-President Abdul Kalam in 1997. BJP’s Loksabha manifesto read thus: Those in power have to realize they are just trustees of the resources.
TIME FOR THE CHIEF MINISTER TO STOP STRAYING by Aires Rodrigues
Saturday - Sep 13, 2014
With all his MLAs including most from the Opposition too all tamed and caged, it was expected that in his two and half long years in office Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar would have at least if nothing else cleared the cattle straying on the public roads especially the highways. But sorrowfully the problem is only getting worse by the day endangering precious human lives
A GOAN FIRST By Adv.Radharao F.Gracias
Friday - Sep 12, 2014
I recently came across a facebook post saying “we are Indians first and Goans next”. It sounds terribly wrong to me, politically, legally, historically. And, geographically, too. Goans, were the subjects of the Bahamani sultan, until the Portuguese defeated Adil Shah and replaced the Bahamanis on 25.11.1510, at the “invitation” of the local people, under the leadership of Thimaya Naik
GOA CANNOT GO THE ATMARAM WAY by Aires Rodrigues
Friday - Sep 12, 2014
Despite the fact that the Goa Government has almost two football teams of Government Advocates in the High Court, seldom can they be seen addressing the Court on merits of any matter. Except for one or two, the rest merely occupy the front row and flock around Advocate General Atmaram Nadkarni and rest like candle-stands awaiting His Master's diktats
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