Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Thursday - Jun 12, 2014
The din of the general elections 2014 is over with the Narendra Modi-led BJP getting a resounding majority. At this time it is important for us to assess the true intrinsic worth of the democratic process of our elections. The overall voter turnout at 64% in these elections was higher than the past elections. The Election Commission needs to be given credit for this for enlarging the voter base and making them come to the polling booths on voting day
ASSETS AND LIABILITIES OF MINISTERS by Aires Rodrigues
Thursday - Jun 12, 2014
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s diktat to all his Ministers to declare their assets and liabilities and that of their family members by 31st August every year is a step in the right direction. But instead of these records gathering dust in the racks of the Prime Minister’s office, it would be prudent if the
Tuesday - Jun 10, 2014
While congratulating the people of Cavelossim for their perseverance in approaching the National Green Tribunal, it will surely be a matter of great concern to the people of Goa that future elected governments and agencies paid for with the tax payers’ hard earned money are not sensitive to contravention of existing laws and do not punish violations
UNPLANNED TOURISM GOA’S DEATH KNELL by Ifa Saldanha
Tuesday - Jun 10, 2014
Blinded by lucre, in opting for high-end tourism, will the plight of Golden Goa be ominous to the chant of the requiem "Go Goa, Going, Gone”? Golf courses, which are water guzzling monstrosities, for these floating tourists to cheer, when Goans from various parts of North and South Goa are suffering untold
CHECKS AND BALANCES by Irineu Gonsalves
Tuesday - Jun 10, 2014
The editorial “Only if Manohar had a Matanhy” (Herald, June 4) has come not a day too soon. When at a time the opposition has been cast into limbo such editorials and write ups can help prevent the government from having a field day. To advance our common interests and ideals it’s important that the media
MR CM, THIS IS THE REPORT CARD OF YOUR MINISTERS by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Jun 8, 2014
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called upon his MP’s not to touch his feet. Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar’s possible diktat to his Ministers and MLA’s is not to dare touch his Chair. Though much was promised and expectations were raised nothing has changed after the Manohar Parrikar cabinet assumed office
TRUE COLOURS HAVE STARTED EMERGING by Norma De Sousa
Saturday - Jun 7, 2014
True colours have started emerging and has proved beyond doubts that Manohar Parrikar was just waiting for this opportunity to get back to people who he did not like. Dictatorship is not far unless the Indian military will intervene when time comes just like the powerful Turkish Military who prefer Turkey to be
Friday - Jun 6, 2014
In the month of November 2013 the Aquasail Distribution Company commenced water sports activities from the Grand Hyatt Hotel at Bambolim Beach. Initially 4 or 5 boats were introduced. Due to the threat posed to our fishing activities we the fishermen of Nauxim, Bambolim, Siridao, Cacra, Odxel (Talegao) objected to the water sports activities and submitted a Memorandum
TIME TO SAFEGUARD THE ENVIRONMENT by Aires Rodrigues
Friday - Jun 6, 2014
THE MIRAMAR- DONA PAULA ROAD NIGHTMARE by Aires Rodrigues
Friday - Jun 6, 2014
Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar besides holding the education portfolio is also the MLA of Panjim. Will he kindly on a priority find the time to immediately redress the current appalling nightmare being faced by the over 1000 students of Sharada Mandir School on account of the Miramar-Dona Paula Road which
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