Saturday, April 29, 2017
FATHER INACIO ALMEIDA by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Friday - Jan 3, 2014
Fr Inacio Almeida has been laid to rest today. In his death we have lost a tall personality always with an untiring passion for farming and a relentless desire to see a lush environment all over. Always very humble and ever so gentle in all that he said. I was privileged to know over
A COCK AND BULL PROMISE BY AN IIT CHIEF MINISTER by ADV. Aires Rodrigues
Thursday - Jan 2, 2014
In a utter cheap bid to garner votes in the ensuing Lok Sabha elections, Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar has now assured that if the BJP comes to power at the Centre the Portuguese citizenship row will be resolved. How on earth does he contemplate amending the Portuguese law? Goans need to beware and not get
THE AWAKENING by Joao Barros-Pereira
Tuesday - Dec 31, 2013
The Aam Aadmi Party is a phenomenon wrapped in an enigma, to say the least! While the corrupt Congress appears to be riding into the sunset the BJP Party men and women appear rigid and inflexible in the way they think and portray Hindu culture.
WILL 2014 SEE A BETTER GOA? by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Tuesday - Dec 31, 2013
As we get ready to usher in 2014, Goa needs to get its priorities right. There has to be a concerted effort to ensure that no stone is left unturned to transform India’s smallest State into the best. 2013 began with that brutal rape on January 14th of the Vasco 7 year old little girl in the toilet of her school. Sadly with the blessings of Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar that case was
MILANGRINCHO KHURIS DEVOTEES STOP BY AT THE MIRACULOUS CROSS by Namrata Joshi
Monday - Dec 30, 2013
Our driver looks a trifle bemused when we ask him to take us to Fulancho Khuris in Bambolim. That isn’t where the tourists go. They go to the beaches, the casinos, the cafes. The more religiously inclined visit the iconic church of Our Lady of Immaculate Conception in capital Panjim’s main square.
WILL GOA SEE THE AAP EFFECT? by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Dec 30, 2013
Unless the political volcano erupts earlier, the next Goa Assembly elections are over three years away. It’s a long period during which anything can happen in Politics. Today, in this game of political chess there are no permanent friends or foes with nothing ever being impossible. It is too premature to
WILL MANOHAR PARRIKAR EMULATE ARVIND KEJRIWAL? by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Dec 29, 2013
It is a step in the right direction with Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal deciding that he and his Ministers will neither use the red beacon nor those police escort jeeps. On March 9th last year after his much publicised swearing in ceremony on SAG grounds at Campal, Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar had similarly announced that he would never ever use those police escort jeeps
BLOOD TIES OF A SAFFRON KIND –  RSS leader interviewed by The Goan - Taken froma and as appeared on The Goan
Saturday - Dec 28, 2013
The Goan: How vast is the RSS presence here?
Subhash Velingkar: We have 80 daily Shakhas (branches) in 80 villages as well as some urban areas. Apart from that in about 45 to 50 places, we have Saptahik Milan (weekly meetings) where people come on a weekly basis. Besides these
Saturday - Dec 28, 2013
Every day in Goa, the government grants at least 200 marriage and other certificates required to obtain a Portuguese passport. Local public offices are inundated with requests for resident certificates. Archival deposits and education zones are frequented by growing numbers in search of old Portuguese documents like the Certidao Narrativa (birth record) and the Passa Viagem
WHILE GOA SINKS by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Saturday - Dec 28, 2013
Even as the weather gets cooler, the political atmosphere in Goa is just getting hotter. Fuelled by the rampant corruption and utter ill governance, coupled with the escalating crime, the popular mood in this once paradise of the east is anything but cool. The people of Goa are yearning for some far reaching changes in the polity and governance of the State
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