Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Goa Will Forever Be Indebted To Dr Jack De Sequeira – by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Oct 16, 2016
Tomorrow on Dr Jack de Sequeira’s death anniversary the Goa government could have unveiled at the Secretariat in Porvorim the statue of Goa’s first Leader of Opposition. Successive governments despite their assurances have done nothing worthwhile in memory of Dr Jack de Sequeira
St. Elizabeth Of Trinity: A Mystic And Writer – by John Malvino Alfonso OCD
Saturday - Oct 15, 2016
Today (16th Oct) the Church and in a special way, Carmelite Order rejoices over the canonisation of one more saint in Carmel—St. Elizabeth of Trinity. She will be canonised today by Pope Francis in Vatican along with other four men saints. Elizabeth Catez was born on July 18, 1880 at her father’s military post in France as a first born child of Joseph and Marie Catez of Dijon .She had a sister-Marguerite
Goa Has Had To Put Up With A Load Of Brics – by Aires Rodrigues
Saturday - Oct 15, 2016
Goa being a very small state cannot withstand mega events. Earlier this year we were lumbered with that Defexpo and now it’s the BRICS summit. Good governance demands that nothing should be throttled down the throat without taking the local residents into confidence
Litmus Test For The Goan Voter In 2017 – by Nixon Fernandes
Friday - Oct 14, 2016
Elections in Goa and other 5 states of India are barely 6 months away and almost all the political parties in Goa realize that it’s the right time to fool the voter once again with its empty promise by presenting a well tempting manifesto to vote for them. A classic example is the current day
Monika Ghurde's Murder Coverage Highlights Cruel Biases In Indian Media – by Bikram Vohra
Tuesday - Oct 11, 2016
If you are destined to be a murder victim, and God forbid you are not, just hope it is not in Goa. For some inexplicable reason, the tragedy intrinsic to an action of violence or violation in Goa is always slathered with sleaze and there is no dignity or privacy given to the dead. Take the case of
Manohar Parrikar's Ill-Chosen Words A Bigger Threat To Indian Democracy Than Our Enemies – by Sandipan Sharma
Tuesday - Oct 11, 2016
Defence Minister Manohar Gopalkrishna Prabhu Parrikar must be taking his name seriously. In the aftermath of India's surgical strikes along the LoC, he has been behaving like a veritable Prabhu (god) sent to India to answer the prayers of his bhakts
Congress In Dire Straits – by Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Oct 10, 2016
Like elsewhere in the country, the Congress Party in Goa is almost gone to the dogs, perhaps waiting to be laid to inglorious rest in some gutter, unless someone with conscience and courage rises with concrete and swift surgical measures to remove the widespread cancerous growth within
Contribution Of Christians In Goa's Progress – by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Monday - Oct 10, 2016
BJP’s “Christian appeasement” ‘forced’ formation of GSM (Goa Suraksha Manch), the newly political party disclosed this, as appeared in the Herald on 05.10.16. This political party accuses Goan Christians as promoters of western culture and western education. Christian bashing looks to be the
Sunday - Oct 9, 2016
The widespread advertisement of ‘surgical strikes‘on terrorist camps in Pakistan across the border by the Indian government is unprecedented. While these strikes were in retaliation to the brutal massacre of 20 Indian soldiers in Uri (along the India-Pakistan border), the full impact and fall-out of these propagandised ‘surgical strikes’ will only manifest with time. Many Indians might prefer
Shocking News On Murders In Goa – by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Sunday - Oct 9, 2016
Today by chance I happened to see Gomantak Times daily and the headlines reports that two women found murdered one in Sangolda and another at Cacora. Murders cases, has become an habit for us to read the news every day in local papers because the law and order is deteriorated in Goa
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