Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Friday - Dec 2, 2016
With the Khalistan Liberation Force Chief Harminder Singh, a.k.a Mintoo’s Goa connect turning out to be the biggest revelation post his escape and re-arrest from the Nabha jail, the task of the Goa police and central investigating agencies is not just cut out but crucial
Know Thy Candidate – by Ifa Saldanha
Friday - Dec 2, 2016
Goa being in a catastrophic situation and on the verge of annihilation the Goan electorate should exercise their franchise wisely and responsibly without falling prey to any extraneous factors as in the past. It is mandatory to unearth the credentials of the aspirants in the electoral fray
Adeus Congress – by A. Veronica Fernandes
Thursday - Dec 1, 2016
Finally Congress has closed its doors for an alliance with any party in Goa and thus opened the doors for its opponents to regain the power that Congress looks internally wants. Otherwise knowing the people’s mood as anti-Congress just as it was during the last election, Congress would have
When Should We Celebrate Goa? by Jason Keith Fernandes
Wednesday - Nov 30, 2016
Over the years much sweat and tears, not to mention blood, were shed to ensure the official recognition of Konkani as an independent language Sixteen years ago a group of Goans under the banner World Alliance of Goan Associations proposed that August 20 be celebrated as World Goa Day
Monday - Nov 28, 2016
Is the decision taken by the BJP Government to demonetise the Rs 500 and 1000 notes done with an objective to target the opposition parties and minorities? It appears so if you go by the news of I- T Department summons to the Archdiocese of Goa to produce details of accounts of various institutions within one day. As per initial reports in the media, demonetisation was not applicable to religious institutions
Fr. Bismarque Deserves A Hero’s Farewell – by Fr Eusebio Gomes
Monday - Nov 28, 2016
The family of the warrior priest Fr. Bismarque Dias was called to give him a hero’s farewell by burying his mortal remains which are rotting in the morgue at GMC due to hide and seek the electricity playing and the rodents feasting on his flesh. Fr. Bismarque's war was against the land sharks for
Well- Balance Decision – by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Saturday - Nov 26, 2016
The decision of the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) to empower the North and South Goa Collectors to identify for the time being the names of those who have obtained the passports of other countries and earmark them as not Indians is a step in the right direction. While it delineates between a citizen and a foreigner according to Indian Citizenship Act, it is also consistent and in keeping
Demonetization Of Rs. 500 And Rs. 1000 Currency Notes – by Floriano Lobo
Saturday - Nov 26, 2016
Arwind Kejriwal has been going 'hammer and tongs' on Modi's sudden and crippling demonetization policy where, in order to control or wipe out black money in circulation, the government has not only inconvenienced the common man but this has bordered on acute harassment, with people lining up in long
The Changing Political Scenario In Goa – by Nixon Fernandes
Friday - Nov 25, 2016
The current election scenario in Goa is heading for a disaster, yes if the current incumbent govt. wins another term than it will be doomsday for Goa and Goans. BJP along with its allies MGP and others are of the firm opinion that it will form the next govt. of course with the combined help of
For At_Maram Nad_Karni It Is Never In Black And White – by Aires Rodrigues
Tuesday - Nov 22, 2016
Post Narendra Modi’s demonetization and the now maximum of only Rs 2.5 lakh cash withdrawal permitted for a wedding, Goa will next month witness the first high profile grandiose marriage. It will be of the offspring of the very controversial Additional Solicitor General of India Atmaram Nadkarni who high-handedly also continues to be the de-facto Advocate General of Goa
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