Friday, April 28, 2017
IS IT THE GATHERING OF STONES? by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Friday - Dec 13, 2013
On December 19th the foundation stone is being laid at Porvorim for the complex to house the Bombay High Court at Goa. Will it be just another stone? Amidst much fanfare, the then Bombay High Court Chief Justice Swatanter Kumar, just weeks before his elevation to the Supreme Court, on 2nd November 2009
PORTUGUESE PASSPORTS by Prof Sergio Carvalho
Friday - Dec 13, 2013
This pertains to ex- MP John F Fernandes’ reference to some Pondicherrians being French nationals. According to reports, 70 per cent of the 9600 French nationals living in India are Pondicherrians. They who live without any threat of deportation, are gainfully employed, can own property, have all the rights
THE BUREAUCRACY IN GOA IS CAGED by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Thursday - Dec 12, 2013
Government employees cannot be directly or directly engaging themselves or participating in an occasion at any office of a political party. On 13th Dec last year, the entire bureaucracy led by Chief Secretary Vijayan queued up at the BJP office in Panaji to greet Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar on his birthday. This was totally out of place because no government servant should ever have
CM MANOHAR PARRIKAR FOREVER OUT OF RANGE by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Wednesday - Dec 11, 2013
Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar’s mobile No is 98 22 13 12 13. On 13.12.13 is his birthday. Before becoming the Chief Minister he used to eagerly attend to the Aam Aadmi’s every call anytime of the day. But in this disastrous Parivartan where he is now deeply engrossed in rampant corruption
CLAMP DOWN ON THE ABUSE AND MISUSE OF THE RED BEACON by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Tuesday - Dec 10, 2013
The much awaited judgment of the Supreme Court on the misuse of the red beacon is finally out. It has been very rightly ruled that only high dignitaries holding constitutional posts can now use the red beacon light on their official vehicle. In Goa by a notification dated 8th March 1994 the Governor, Chief Minister, Speaker, Deputy Speaker, Ministers, High Court Judges besides
Tuesday - Dec 10, 2013
Navelim Civic & Consumer Forum expressed their disappointment at the recent solution derived by Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Parrikar in Navelim, yesterday. NCCF says that the CM’s solution should apply only to those Indians (including Goans) who obtain citizenship of countries other than Portugal, which is not based on the eligibility of being born in Estado da India
SAVE SAND SAVE Land by Ifa Saldanha
Tuesday - Dec 10, 2013
Has Homo Sapiens lost its sanity, infested by the bug of greed, lust and vanity to exploit and diminish the nature’s non-renewable resources inviting wrath of nature? It was a timely threat issued by Karnataka government to ban export of sand to Kerala and Goa which would be a blessing and a step in the right
CONGRESS WAS DESERVINGLY KICKEKD OUT.BY THE VOTERS by A. Veronica Fernandes, Kuwait
Monday - Dec 9, 2013
Three cheers for all the voters in few States in North India including Delhi for voting Congress Party out as indicated in the election results declared yesterday. It was a deserving kick on Congress which has been imposing dynastic rule over India since independence of India. For so long Congress fooled the people in India but now the people of India know how cunning Congress
TOWARDS THE PORTUGUESE AND INDIAN PASSPORT SAGA WITH RESPECT TO GOANS AND GOA by Floriano Lobo
Monday - Dec 9, 2013
The Goa Su-Raj Party would like to dwell on the facts of the present Indian/Portuguese Passport controversy in Goa, as it sees it, without prejudice to any one, or any country, or otherwise. Let us start from the December 19, 1961 invasion of Goa by India as against UN charter, both Portugal and India being the members
IS GOA'S CASINO INDUSTRY FUELLING GAMBLING ADDICTION? by Mayabhushan Nagvenkar
Saturday - Dec 7, 2013
India's popular beach resort of Goa has seen a rise in gambling addiction in the past decade after the state opened its first casino. Matias Vaz, 65, has spent the last 10 years of his life paying off debts that his son ran up while gambling in the former Portuguese colony. He says he sold off his land
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