Friday, April 28, 2017
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
OPEN PLEA TO ALL THE GOANS by Trevor Telles
Tuesday - May 13, 2014
I would like to remind the Goans in Goa, that the large Goan population in East Africa begged, pleaded and cajoled their breather in Goa to demand our duly right to self-determination soon after 1961. I do think the Goans of East Africa were much more educated and had faced a lot of challenges in their
SWORD ATTACK THREATENS TO SPIKE GOA'S LATE NIGHT BOOZE BINGES by Mayabhushan Nagvenkar
Monday - May 12, 2014
A stunning twilight sword attack, a busted eye and a slashed neck could threaten Goa's plans to booze and party till 4 a.m. The Goa government has been forced to review its recent decision to allow sale of liquor till 4 a.m. in coastal and urban areas after dramatic scenes that played out in the twilight
GOVERNMENT BEGINS PROBE INTO SHELLFISH MORTALITY ALONG RIVER SAL by Stephen Dias, D.Paula
Sunday - May 11, 2014
The newspapers of 29th April, 2014, were filled with reports that Goa State Biodiversity Board (GSBB), State Expert Appraisal Committee (SEAC), National Institute of Oceanography, NIO-D.Paula , Goa State Pollution Control Board, (GSCPB) and Indian Council of Agricultural Research, (ICAR)
GOA: GOIN' GOIN' GOIN? by Joao Barros-Pereira
Saturday - May 10, 2014
Some people are against religion for no good reason. That is not good. Religion cannot make good people bad. Religion can only make bad people hypocrites. Now, this is not good. We Goans today are similar to a group of people mentioned in the Bible: we are the Pharisees of the twenty-first century. Hypocrisy is our
MANOHAR PARRIKAR DOES NOT STAND FOR ZERO TOLERANCE TO CORRUPTION by Aires Rodrigues
Friday - May 9, 2014
The ethics and moral principles in Goa’s political spectrum is sinking to a very new low. There was high expectation that Manohar Parrikar would have kept his promise to cleanse up the political rot. But his hobnobbing and flirting with the corruption tainted Mauvin Godinho leaves much to be desired.
COMMUNALIST BJP FORCES CONGRESS CORRUPTS TO DON SAFFRON GARB by Menino Fernandes
Wednesday - May 7, 2014
BJP is accepting the old and new corrupts in its fold alike. BJP is least worried about their characters and their history. Most of them are forced to join BJP to drop either any cases against them or any foreseen danger of landing in jail because of their misdeeds. The latest one now to join the
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