Wednesday, August 16, 2017
An Open Letter To Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar From Aires Rodrigues – by Aires Rodrigues
Wednesday - Aug 2, 2017
Two decades ago, like many others, I too held you in great respect while even working alongside you and the BJP, believing that you were a ray of hope for Goa. But I had to part company after I was faced with evidence that you are very corrupt, communal and casteist. The people of Goa were hoping that you
Chaotic Candolim Gram Sabha – by A. Veronica Fernandes
Monday - Jul 31, 2017
By abruptly closing the today’s Gram Sabah of Candolim Panchayat and with the taking over the Panchayat administration by the new committee headed by Blaze, there appeared to be confusion. Since my returning back to Goa 3 years back this is the first time I see most chaotic meet though excellent input by the people attended this Meet where Damian Telles from Orda turned out
Goa's Official Language Is Konkani As It Is Goa's Mother Tongue – by Floriano Lobo
Monday - Jul 31, 2017
Hindu, Christian and Muslim Goans must understand that the Goa's Official Language issue was settled in 1987 when Goa was elevated to the status of a State with KONKANI as the Official language. It is a matter of great concern that powers that be had MARATHI included into this Act through the back door to keep Goans divided, just like the British did to India and Pakistan on the issue of Kashmir. No states in the Indian Union have two Official Languages
Hall Of Shame As Even Goa’s Temples Of Learning Are Desecrated – by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Jul 30, 2017
People from the far and wide corners of Goa travel all the way to my office in Ribandar hoping that I will be of assistance to their complicated and complex woes. As far as possible I try to do everything possible but its physically impossible for me to single handedly pursue every issue. This sordid ordeal of a parent from Assolna is heart breaking and I have chosen to share with you
Its High Time Pratapsingh Rane Hangs His Boots – by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Jul 30, 2017
Goa’s longest serving MLA Pratapsingh Raoji Rane should in fact hang his head in shame that he has chosen to selfishly sully his image at the very sunset of his life. He should have either opted for political sanyas or officially joined the BJP with whom he is covertly hobnobbing.

Pratapsingh Rane’s initial innings as Law Minister under Goa’s first Chief Minister Dayanand Bandodkar in 1972 was commendable, a post in which he continued to hold under the second Chief Minister Shashikala Kakodkar. Pratapsingh Rane’s first stint as Chief Minister which began on 16th January 1980 was laudable. On what followed in the later years, less said the better as it is all part of history with Goa having evolved as a den for corruption and a laboratory for political experiments
Agreement On Mopa, A Total And Shameful Sell Out – by Jose Maria Miranda
Saturday - Jul 29, 2017
Much has been written and debated in these columns on Dabolim & Mopa. The “Goans for Dabolim Only”, the only organization which has been consistently and tenaciously opposing the construction of an additional airport at Mopa, had labelled it as a “real estate scam”. Leave alone the futility of another
Do Not Trust The Words Check The Action! – by Derrick Dias
Friday - Jul 28, 2017
Between 2011 and 2014, the Gujarat government headed by Modi had disbursed Rs 75 lakhs in cash rewards to 1,394 vigilantes for raiding illegal cattle transporters and filing FIRs against them, the website of the government-run Gauseva and Gauchar Vikas Board (GGVB) states
The Three Idiots Of Goa Dalal, MALUND & Hawala Operator – by Nixon Fernandes
Friday - Jul 28, 2017
Elections for the bye-polls for Panjim and Valpoi constituency are announced it will be held on 23rd August and results will be out by 28th Aug. All eyes will be on Parrikar as he will be contesting once again for the prestigious seat of Panjim. The congress received a major jolt when their supposed to be
The Combat Against Corruption And Injustice Must Never Stop – by Aires Rodrigues
Tuesday - Jul 25, 2017
For the last over 40 years raising issues against the illegalities of successive governments has not been an easy task. Truth hurts but it is only truth that will always ultimately prevail. On the issues that I have raised for decades it has been the wrong doings of those in power regardless of which
Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar Stands Exposed – by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Jul 23, 2017
We need to strongly denounce and condemn Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar for malafiedly and very high-handedly repeatedly wrongly accusing the Bombay High Court at Goa of having directed that the sixth Casino owned by former Haryana Minister Gopal Kanda’s Golden Globe Hotels Private Limited be allowed
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