Tuesday, April 25, 2017
Pollution And Overpopulation In India – by Magneto
Thursday - Nov 10, 2016
Recently there was a huge festival in India called Diwali, and Indians celebrate it by popping off a bunch of firecrackers and fireworks. These fireworks are built with cheap, toxic ingredients, and you may think, “Oh well, shooting off a few fireworks won’t do much damage to air quality,” but
Confusion On Third Mandovi Bridge – by Stephen Dias
Tuesday - Nov 8, 2016
In the newspapers and on TV, the people of Panjim and Porvorim have been told that there is no hindrance in the continuance of work on the 3rd Mandovi Bridge. However, this seems to be merely a campaign by those in power, who want to allay fears that all is not well in the bridge construction work. Has the project received a nod from the National Green Tribunal
Tuesday - Nov 8, 2016
Going through the newspaper I chanced upon a heading that ran “In Goa it has become a trend to oppose everything: CM”. It got me thinking and very soon I realised that there was some substance in the CM’s thought. It is another matter altogether that the present day government is notorious for bulldozing its way through the people’s agitations by using its “other weapons”. The same
Has Goa Exceeded Its Carrying Capacity? – by Jose Maria Miranda
Tuesday - Nov 8, 2016
This was the topic of an interesting discussion, last week, organized by Mathany Saldanha Memorial Foundation on his birth anniversary, with enlightened panellists expressing their views, but with some straying away from the subject. The issue surely has much to do with governance
Time To Lay To Rest The Mortal Remains Of Our Warrior Fr Bismarque Dias – by Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Nov 7, 2016
It is now a year that the decomposed body of our dear friend Fr. Bismarque Dias is languishing in the morgue of the Goa Medical College at Bambolim. The investigation must go on into the cause and reasons of his sudden death till the truth is unraveled. But with all the forensic tests done and the
Be An Ant To Eat Sugar From The Jar (Mui Zaun Sakhor Kha) – by Pascoal de Chicalim
Monday - Nov 7, 2016
Become as the ANT and eat the sugar. I always got fascinated with this dialogue my father used to always say. Recently I started to ponder what it exactly meant, I discovered that this dialogue has many meanings which surprised me. Actually the first meaning that comes to my mind is thus...Be
An Alert For The Next Election 2017 – by A. Veronica Fernandes
Saturday - Nov 5, 2016
For the next election most of the political parties especially the two major ones are still not woken up to declare their candidates nor their election manifestos. The two major political parties Congress and BJP have failed the electorate in the past and now what guarantee is there they will not repeat
The Division Of Secular Vote – by Nixon Fernandes
Friday - Nov 4, 2016
The writing on the wall is becoming crystal clear with each passing day, as all the parties are working unitedly to make sure that the current incumbent govt. wins once again, be it the principal opposition Congress, its ex alliance partner NCP, AAP, the regional fronts like Goa Forward, GSRP, or
Scarlett Keeling Case: Clouded Investigations And Buried Truth? – by Devika Sequeira
Wednesday - Nov 2, 2016
Eight years, three months, 23 days; 30 witnesses and a trial presided over by six different judges. No other case in Goa has arguably consumed as much media coverage, police work and legal scrutiny as the Scarlett Keeling death. The acquittal last month of the two men accused of causing her death
The Late Shashikala Kakodcar – by A.Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Tuesday - Nov 1, 2016
The greatest enemies of Goa and Goans were Dayananda Bandodcar and his daughter Shashikala Kakodcar who fought vigorously to liquidate Goa and Goans. They both used their political and official might to further their fight to victory but true Goans fought against their sinister move to
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