Sunday, March 26, 2017
A TERCEIRA CORRENTE by Jose Maria Miranda
Thursday - Dec 5, 2013
“A Terceira Corrente” is the title of a book in Portuguese, recently published by senior Advocate, Mario Bruto da Costa containing an interesting and very relevant selection of letters, speeches and articles of his late father, Adv. Antonio Anastasio Bruto da Costa, a fearless Goan, who valiantly opposed many
ADVOCATE GENERAL ATMARAM NADKARNI TO HOLD ANOTHER BASH by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Thursday - Dec 5, 2013
After his November 23rd very controversial 50th public funded birthday bash at the Taj Fort Aguada which was attended by the high and mighty along with some dubious characters too, Goa’s beleaguered Advocate General Atmaram Nadkarni alias Sushant is now organizing a repeat show on 6th December this time at the Marriott’s in Miramar. According to sources in Atmaram
MANOHAR PARRIKAR DAMPENS FEAST OF SAINT FRANCIS XAVIER by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Wednesday - Dec 4, 2013
This year the feast of Saint Francis Xavier at Old Goa is being held as a dry day for the first time. This malicious order of the Manohar Parrikar government prohibiting the sale and consumption of alcohol within the limits of the Old Goa Panchayat is very high handed and illogical. On these festive days the
GOENCHO SAIB: SANT FRANCIS XAVIER AMCHO DHIR ADAR – From Wikipedia
Monday - Dec 2, 2013
Francis Xavier was born in the castle of Xavier, in the Kingdom of Navarre, on 7 April 1506 according to a family register. He was born to an aristocratic family of the Kingdom of Navarre, the youngest son of Juan de Jaso, privy counselor to King John III of Navarre (Jean d'Albret), and Doña Maria de
Monday - Dec 2, 2013
Bal Gangadhar Tilak said, "Swaraj is my birthright and I shall have it." In the same vein, the right to registe their births in Portugal given to Goans, cannot be taken away from them and they shall have it. I was therefore surprised to read that all those who registered their birth in Portugal by virtue of their being born in Portuguese Goa, prior to the Liberation of Goa on December 19, 1961
TARUN TEJPAL SAGA: FAIR JUSTICE NEED OF THE HOUR by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Dec 2, 2013
As expected Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar got his way and has ensured that Tarun Tejpal was lodged in jail. Under the obvious directions of the Chief Minister, the Goa Police have gone overboard in this case. It was Vijay Jolly in Delhi and Manohar Parrikar in Goa gunning that the BJP’s thirst for Tejpal’s
Sunday - Dec 1, 2013
Benaulim MLA Caitu D’Silva won a nail biting election on March 6, 2012 by beating Valanka Alemao by 1998 votes but his life since then has been miserable and a living hell. The Alemaos, since July 16, 2012, have been gunning for his disqualification and challenging his citizenship as he had registered his birth in Portugal on July 21, 2010
SHAMELESS TARUN TEJPAL by A. Veronica Fernandes, Kuwait
Saturday - Nov 30, 2013
What a shameless man Tarun Tejpal is! I was expecting him to commit suicide the moment he was exposed to the world for molesting and raping his subordinate journalist employee. What a dirty man is he for going after a poor subordinate girl when with his mighty financial power he could purchase females of his choice instead of going for the forbidden fruit
TARUN TEJPAL OF TEHELKA by Floriano Lobo
Saturday - Nov 30, 2013
It is with a heavy heart that GSRP views the ongoing 'rape' charges against the Editor of a dynamic publication such as Tehelka where a junior colleague is the victim. Human beings will always be human beings and the animal instinct cannot be taken away at best of times, however much it may be sought to be suppressed. But there are societal norms to be observed and clean robes to be adorned. We could have understood the 'dog eat dog' today's world
THE PARADOX OF MOTHER THERESA: A LESSON FOR GOANS by Joao Barros Pereira
Saturday - Nov 30, 2013
Mother Theresa Indianized herself by choosing to dress in a sari, eat Indian food, and by and large, adopt an Indian way of life. She was loved by the majority of Indians, especially the poor, sick, and generally disadvantaged strata of our society. The people of Kolkota saw her as the saint of the
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