Saturday, April 29, 2017
WHAT’S THE HURRY? by Peter Fernandes
Friday - Mar 7, 2014
G.K. Chesterton once said, “One of the great disadvantages of hurry is that it takes such a long time.” It is laughable that the government of Goa is suddenly feeling the plight of the people of Goa, especially those affected in the mining sector, and apparently, officials feel that time is running out
MR CM, WE CAN READ BETWEEN THE LINES by Aires Rodrigues
Thursday - Mar 6, 2014
Yet another flawed moved by Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar. His recent announcement that non-Goan women who intend to seek government employment and are married to Goans, would now require a mere two-year domicile instead of 15 years has to be strongly condemned
Thursday - Mar 6, 2014
The movement for Special Status for Goa (MSSG) has read with great concern that the Government intends naming the Pedem Sports Complex at Mapusa after late Dayanand Bandodkar. This news follows on the heels of another, namely, that his statue was to be unveiled in the Assembly of Goa by yourself
IS RAJENDRA ARLEKAR CONFESSING? by Aires Rodrigues
Tuesday - Mar 4, 2014
As the Church saves sinners is Rajendra Arlekar seeking forgiveness, asking for repentance or some blessings? Or did the RSS pracharak get the much needed sermon or two on Secular values which have taken an intense beating in Goa over the last two years of this BJP rule.
WILL IT BE A POLITICAL CARNIVAL? by Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Mar 3, 2014
While Goa is currently immersed in our ritual Carnival festivities, let us hope the State is not set to witness a five day political Carnival at the Goa Legislative Assembly commencing today 3rd March. The last sitting of the Assembly was on October 17th last year and since then a lot has happened on Goa’s socio-political turf which may add colour and spice to this session.
ANUJA PRABHUDESSAI BRAVED INJUSTICE TO BECOME A JUSTICE by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Mar 2, 2014
Judge Anuja Prabhudessai becoming the Judge of the Bombay High Court is historic wherein in the pages of Goa’s history she would go as the first Goan lady to be a High Court Judge. For 52 year old Anuja Prabhudessai the journey to this exalted position has been a very cumbersome one.
GSRP LED BY SELFLESS AND SINCERE GOANS by Camilo Fernandes
Thursday - Feb 27, 2014
While I have nothing against AAP and welcome it in Indian politics as a breath of fresh air, I am wondering as to why when we have a local GOAN party - GOA SURAJ party led by the selfless & sincere, Goan, Floriano Lobo, why do Goans have to think and cast their votes in favour of outside parties?
TOWARDS A PANCHANAMA ON MANOHAR PARRIKAR’S TWO YEAR RULE by Aires Rodrigues
Tuesday - Feb 25, 2014
Election promises cannot be like China made goods which are with no guarantee nor any warranty. On 9th March, Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar completes two long years in office. Time to draw up a panchanama entailing a detailed audit on the performance of this government
Monday - Feb 24, 2014
The Goa Su-Raj Party wishes to bring to your kind attention the following w.r.t. the above subject matter:-

1. That the Portuguese ruled Goa for 451 years until 19 December, 1961 when the Indian Army entered Goa and subsequently annexed it to the Indian Union.

2. That Goans, by and large, did want the Portuguese out of Goa and hence the acceptance of India's, more specifically Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru's, initiative based on his professed universal stand
AN ARTICLE WORTH PONDERING OVER by Jose Maria Miranda
Monday - Feb 24, 2014
Mr. Prabhakar Sinari recently published an interesting article in Navhind Times “Panorama” (16/2/14) lamenting that Goa’s “Liberation” has only benefited politicians, lobbies and migrants. He is among the few prominent people, besides Mr. Lambert Mascarenhas, who having fought for Goa’s freedom
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