Tuesday, March 28, 2017
THE ‘SALVE’ MARRIAGE THAT THE LAW CANNOT SALVAGE by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Apr 20, 2014
Nobody is above the law. The law cannot be twisted and warped for anybody’s benefit, however rich, mighty or well-connected. Unfortunately this has happened with Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar and Advocate General Atmaram Nadkarni conniving by their dubious role in facilitating and allowing the high profile marriage of former Solicitor General of India Harish Salve’s daughter to be illegally registered in Goa
RELIGION AND POLITICS by Jose Maria Miranda
Sunday - Apr 20, 2014
I refer to your Editorial of 11/4/2014. I beg to disagree with your view that religious leaders should not mix religion with politics. Religion involves people and is for the people and if it teaches us to be better people, then we need to be also guided and told to vote for people who will stand for love
I CAN BELIEVE by Francis Sequeira
Saturday - Apr 19, 2014
Belief is the secret of success of all industrialists/ entrepreneurs.
Beliefs are induced in us since childhood defining ourselves and outcomes. Belief is an idea fixed in our unconscious mind, which we firmly believe to be true even though it may not be so. Once we believe that business means only losses, we can never dare think of being entrepreneurs !

Our belief defines our self-image, our opinions we hold about others and what we expect from events and eventualities. Hence, our destiny is determined by our belief! Once we change our outlook and viewpoint held by us over the years vis-a-vis ourselves and about others, we feel liberated from the set of powerful negative beliefs, which make everything else to the contrary look stupid and impossible
DANCING TO THE TUNES OF PARRIKAR FOR ABSOLUTION OF ILLEGALITIES by Menino Fernandes
Thursday - Apr 17, 2014
Manohar Parrikar is an obstreperous man in the history of politics. He needs to be requited by the Goans in general after rejecting him in the next general assembly elections rescinding all this threats as an RSS communal politician. We have seen his latest moves to split the votes for his communalist party to
Thursday - Apr 17, 2014
The politically motivated cowardly attempt to intimidate Dr Francisco Colaco has to be strongly condemned. The very humble Dr Colaco, a cardiogist par excellence is above all a very noble Goan with an extremely big heart. A true Goenkar with all his love and concern for Goa’s well being who has never minced words in all that he has to say. By trying to intimidate the outspoken
AND NOW A THIRD GENDER by Aires Rodrigues
Wednesday - Apr 16, 2014
Has the Supreme Court of India created another NOTA by allowing us to say none of the above while opting whether our gender is male or female? Has the Supreme Court travelled way beyond Adam and Eve besides all known religious beliefs? This judgment which has been delivered in the midst of a very hot summer is
A VERY CONFUSED DR DATTARAM DESAI AND A DEFUSED CHURCHILL ALEMAO by Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Apr 14, 2014
Was Dr. Dattaram Desai, the Aam Aadmi Party candidate for North Goa, confused at the polling booth with the symbol in his heart? He appears to be dazed and unable to make up his own mind on which symbol to vote for. Is it because of his RSS-leanings that he stood confused and at cross-roads in the booth?
MAY 16TH WILL DIVULGE IT ALL by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Apr 13, 2014
Goa voted a record 76.82 % at these Lok Sabha elections while sealing in the EVM’s the fate of those 19 candidates who were in the fray for the two seats. For now it is all guessing and speculation, as only on 16th May would we know who the two winners are. The high voter turnout is a good sign for democracy
LET US VOTE RAVI AND REGINALDO TO KEEP NaMo AWAY by Aires Rodrigues
Friday - Apr 11, 2014
The election campaign has finally ended and we have all witnessed the blatant misuse of the official machinery by Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar. The Election Commission officials have proved to be very biased dancing to Manohar Parrikar’s odd tunes. Most of the Press has sadly also been acting as Spokesmen
Friday - Apr 11, 2014
Ever since my visit to Goa about three weeks ago, I have been receiving plenty of feedback on the several talks I gave there. Most are very appreciative but as expected, there are quite a few critical voices mainly from those Catholics and others who seem to subscribe to the BJP point of view
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