Tuesday, March 28, 2017
A TASTE OF ‘ DEMOCRACY’ AFTER GOA’S LIBERATION by Alfred de Tavares
Sunday - May 4, 2014
After the Liberation of Goa on December 19, 1961, the leaders of the Azad Gomantak Dal (AGD) Prabhakar Sinari, Vishwanath Lawande and others took upon themselves the responsibility of inculcating in us the edifying glories of democracy, something that the departing Portuguese had eschewed doing for
IF MODI RISES, GOA NEEDS TO BE WATCHED by Jose Maria Miranda
Saturday - May 3, 2014
The long gap between general elections and their results has left wide scope for predictions, conjectures and wishful thinking. The mud slinging between political parties, particularly the BJP and the Congress, have touched the rock bottom. It is unfortunate that these parties instead of restricting themselves
PROF. SERGIO CARVALHO WRITES TO CLAUDIA DUARTE
Monday - Apr 28, 2014
As an individual Goan, I too, along with others, welcome you to our beautiful but sorrowing Motherland – Goa. Music, like all art-forms, that is an outpouring of human heart and mind, cannot be limited by geographical boundaries, though they may have geographical origin, like the celebrated
GOA TO RETURN TO THE SAME PATHETIC PLIGHT by Menino Fernandes
Monday - Apr 28, 2014
Goa will be reduced to the same pathetic plight that was once seen 19 months back. Everything is going to be back in place, the red dust, the pollution and the sicknesses. The respite of nineteen months is over. What should have been banned forever is about to spread its horrors again. The supreme court of India
JUDGES SHOULD NOT EYE FOR POST- RETIREMENT POSTINGS by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Apr 27, 2014
The Judiciary has to be totally insulated from the political clutches and controls. Politicians cannot survive without uninterrupted power, perks and privileges. Has this virus crept into the Judiciary? The clamour for post-retirement jobs among Judges is affecting the impartiality of the judiciary. There is bound to be a perception that post-retirement jobs are being created through judicial verdicts
HEIGHT OF IRRESPONSIBILITY by Jose Maria Miranda
Sunday - Apr 27, 2014
I do not know MP, Shripad Naik personally, but was told that he is one of the nicest and most soft-spoken men in the BJP. While we do appreciate such qualities, it is also imperative that our representatives are vocal and raise issues of our interest in a very efficient manner. Frankly, nothing much is known about Mr. Naik’s performance during his sufficiently long tenure
JUSTICE R.M.LODHA by Aires Rodrigues
Friday - Apr 25, 2014
On 27th April Justice Rajendra Mal Lodha takes over as the next Chief Justice of India. The no nonsense Justice Lodha is no stranger to Goa who while as Judge of the Bombay High Court presiding over the Goa Bench having delivered many landmark judgments. Now with a very short tenure of just five months as Chief Justice he may not be able to do much while grappling
NOW PARRIKAR BACKS MINING IN WESTERN GHATS by Mayabushan Nagvenkar
Friday - Apr 25, 2014
Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar wants to “save” the Western Ghats, but not at the cost of mining. Parrikar underscored the sentiment in an official letter written to the union environment and forests minister last week but which became known only a few days after a crucial Supreme Court judgement lifting
THE SIGNS ARE OMINOUS! By Fr. Cedric Prakash SJ
Wednesday - Apr 23, 2014
Three seemingly unconnected incidents took place in various parts of India recently. On Friday, 18th April, the BJP party leader in Bihar, Giriraj Singh made a categorical statement that “those who opposed Narendra Modi had no place in India. They would have to go to Pakistan after the elections”. Earlier in
Monday - Apr 21, 2014
The sword attack by Zaine Almeida from Duler, Mapusa over a girl at the Night club, “Down the Road” situated at Patto Bridge, on two persons Rafael D’Costa from Caranzalem and Raju Sarin from Altinho who are serious at GMC and one of them even lost his eye, is shocking and that the Manohar Parrikar, Home and Chief Minister of Goa, and MLA of Panjim should instruct the Police
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