Saturday, April 29, 2017
GIVE AMNESTY TO 'PORTUGUESE' INDIANS by Cleofato Coutinho
Friday - Dec 27, 2013
Liberation month (19 December) is certainly good time to discuss nationality issue. The 2006 Organic Law of Portugal making registration of birth in Portugal to grant Portuguese citizenship/nationality has brought our tiny state into sharp focus. The privilege given to Goans is exploited by tens of
VIOLATION OF THE SUPREME COURT DIRECTIVES by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Thursday - Dec 26, 2013
Despite the Supreme Court order on the blatant misuse of the red beacon, in Goa there is in fact, a clear defiance, amounting to the contempt of the Supreme Court’s order. It is an irony that the long list of violators in Goa is led by the Chairman of the Goa Law (less) Commission, the RSS hardcore Narendra Sawaikar who is aspiring to be the next Member of Parliament
HC RESTRAINS DOCTORS FROM ACCEPTING GIFTS FROM PHARMA FIRMS By Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Wednesday - Dec 25, 2013
In a step in the right direction the Jammu and Kashmir High Court has yesterday restrained doctors practicing in the state from accepting gifts from pharmaceutical companies, saying the common man bore the brunt of such "nefarious activities". But why only doctors. Why should the Bombay High
I’M HAPPY: U’R HAPPY by Francis Sequeira
Tuesday - Dec 24, 2013
We are celebrating Christmas, the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ. Let us ponder on his way of life in this world. Lord Jesus Christ never did any harm to his body and even cured others who were sick and lame, as he loved the poor just as He loved Himself. He commanded each and every one of his followers LOVE ONE
GOA NEVER LOOKED WITH FEAR AT TOURISTS EXCEPT FROM ONE COUNTRY -  Taken from THE GOAN
Sunday - Dec 22, 2013
This is the son of a dead man talking It was on February 16, 2010 when a local taxi driver Ravi Shetgaonkar from Morjim succumbed to his injuries in GMC, leaving behind his wife and three young children after Russian national Alexander Borowski, brutally beat him up during a street argument.
TAKING THE READING HABIT TO THE VILLAGES by Joao Barros Pereira
Saturday - Dec 21, 2013
I hope the title of this short opinion piece does not give the reader the idea that villagers don't read as much as city folks! However, I think the pleasure of reading is more conducive to the village than the city with all its other attractions. While most politicians dream of building state-of-the-art
ADEUS TO KUWAIT by A. Veronica Fernandes, Kuwait
Saturday - Dec 21, 2013
Finally time came to me to say Adeus to Kuwait and thru these lines I say Adeus to Kuwait where I worked for over 3.5 decades. When I first came to Kuwait my intention was to work only for three and half years, make enough money and then return to my birth place but fortunately or unfortunately and as destined
COLONIALS AND CONFLICTS by Rahul Singh
Wednesday - Dec 18, 2013
It has been raining anniversaries. First, the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Capital, New Delhi; the 40th anniversary of the 1971 Indo-Pakistani war, leading to the birth of Bangladesh; and the 50th anniversary of the “liberation” of Goa from Portuguese rule. First, the British.
HOPEFUL NEW YEAR by FRANCIS SEQUEIRA
Tuesday - Dec 17, 2013
Virtual Fears of the bygone years are residing in the recesses of our mind. Fear is our negative imagination showing us wild pictures and telling us frightening stories about past or future. The feeling of helplessness vis-à-vis the odds generate Fears- these Fears of some imagined future events generate
GOMANTAK TIMES IS NOW ONLINE by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Dec 16, 2013
Its good news that Goa’s leading English daily GOMANTAK TIMES is now online. A fearless newspaper with a lot of investigative journalism. A good news paper to start the day. So also is India’s national news paper THE HINDU which covers a lot of Goa related news and is also online. Freedom of Press and Freedom of
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