Tuesday, April 25, 2017
LIMIT ONE SEAT PER CANDIDATE by Aires Rodrigues
Tuesday - May 20, 2014
Though, over the years, the Election Commission of India has to a large extent kept pace with technology and the changing needs & aspirations of Indians in conducting elections to the Lok Sabha and State Assemblies, much more still needs to be done by way of some drastic electoral reforms
SONIA GANDHI AND HER SON DON'T HAVE THE COURAGE OF INDIRA GANDHI by Joao Barros-Pereira
Tuesday - May 20, 2014
I was surprised to read the stunning response of the Congress Working Committee's refusal to accept the resignations of Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi on the reasoning it is a joint responsibility of the party and the government as it provides a good laugh besides a ton of hypocrisy. If it is a matter of
AN OPEN LETTER TO NARENDRA MODI By Gopalkrishna Gandhi
Tuesday - May 20, 2014
This comes with my hearty felicitations. I mean and say that in utter sincerity, which is not very easy for me to summon, because I am not one of those who wanted to see you reach the high office that you have reached. You know better than anyone else, that while many millions are ecstatic that you
THE 2014 LOK SABHA ELECTION VERDICT by Aires Rodrigues
Monday - May 19, 2014
The results of 2014 Lok Sabha elections which took NDA tally to a galloping record 336 seats must have even surprised and stunned Narendra Modi himself. With this clear mandate the BJP can now start delivering on the mountain of promises made. With no political compulsions and tantrums of coalition partners to worry about, Narendra Modi will have no excuse in not
SEARCH FOR A SWORD IN MANDOVI? by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Monday - May 19, 2014
The sword attack on Raju Sarin and Rafael de Costa by Zaine Almeida at the “Down the Road” pub and restaurant near the Ourem Bridge, the prosecution is requesting the Indian Navy to get the weapon traced which is thrown from the Mandovi Bridge by Zaine Almeida. The Navy has not yet taken any steps to carry
INDIA’S CONSTITUTION AND DEMOCRACY IN DANGER by Tulshidas Shirodkar
Saturday - May 17, 2014
The outcome of the elections has jeopardised the democracy of India. The consititution is not facing a grave danger. It has been evident that all the hindu extremists will now take over and like Islamic states convert India to a hindu-ic country. The peril of getting the constitution is looming over the
Saturday - May 17, 2014
In a democracy the will of the people is supreme. And the people of India have given a very clear mandate to Narendra Modi and the BJP to govern our great nation for the next five years. India needs to move ahead and in all the good that he does we need to now support Narendra Modi. But to keep the government on track, a vibrant and vocal opposition is indispensable
ON ELECTION RESULT by A. Veronica Fernandes
Saturday - May 17, 2014
Congratulations to BJP not only for winning the election but winning it more handsomely with clear majority and thereby lending a strong credibility to the prediction made by the Exit Polls. Congress Party in its defeat was decimated not only from the Parliament but also from the Indian political scene.
NOW, PARRIKAR BACKS MINING IN WESTERN GHATS by Mayabhushan Nagvenkar
Thursday - May 15, 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 a 19-month ban on mining in the state
MAUVIN GODINHO’S POLITRICKS by Aires Rodrigues
Thursday - May 15, 2014
The very tainted former Power Minister and current Dabolim Congress MLA Mauvin Godinho has been criticising his Congress Party from the roof top. For the political opportunist Mauvin Godinho the right and only most appropriate thing to do is to quit the Congress party and seek a fresh mandate from the people by
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