Tuesday, March 28, 2017
20 MONTHS OF BAD GOVERNANCE by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Nov 10, 2013
Manohar Parrikar completes 20 months as Chief Minister of Goa. It has been 20 long months of never ending U turns, failed promises, bungling of issues and unkept deadlines. Corruption and maladministration is at its ebb. The crime rate over the roof. The state coffers are empty but to keep his Ministers and
KNOW THE DIFFERENCE by Peter Fernandes
Friday - Nov 8, 2013
The word “tolerance” has become the golden rule for modern society. Indeed, everyone should imbibe the excellence of tolerance. Tolerance is to be admired for good reasons, and should not be confused with closing one’s eyes to truth, to reality, in order to be politically correct. Man, being endowed with reason should be able to tell the difference, and rise above the ordinary mire
HOW DID THE NIGERIANS ENTER GOA OR INDIA WITHOUT A PASSPORT by Menino Fernandes
Friday - Nov 8, 2013
It is a puzzle! It is rather hard to believe and a strange phenomenon that a person from a country as far as Nigeria entered Indian and enrooted himself to Goa. Did they come by ships or did they come by aeroplanes. It is normal that the International flights are boarded only after the verifications of a
A TIME FOR RETHINKING? by Joao Barros-Pereira
Wednesday - Nov 6, 2013
No one should take the law into their own hands. That, no doubt, is not enough, there has to be respect for the law otherwise our society will border on anarchy as the so-called Nigerian episode showed recently in Goa. If there is one point on which we can all agree, it is the situation is not simple, it is a several-headed monster which does not appear to be going away
GOANS V/S NIGERIANS IN GOA by A. Veronica Fernandes, Kuwait
Wednesday - Nov 6, 2013
In his beautiful song, Taxi Driver, the late ace comedian of Konkani Stage Anthony Mendes in one verse sings thus in Konkani “Handle mojem bhair kaddun, Xit Koddiecho maka fors evun, bhair kaddli tanchi Bakri Dhau”. The story of the song tells that while Mendes as a Taxi Driver when threatened with physical
DOES GOA'S REACTION TO NIGERIANS SMACK OF RACISM? by Mayabhushan Nagvenkar
Tuesday - Nov 5, 2013
Popular resentment against Nigerians in Goa following a public, violent clash with police and local residents has triggered a range of reactions amongst the expat community living in Goa and other Goaphiles. For several, the public and media reaction to the police inefficiency-fuelled and hysteria against
IF PARRIKAR IS THE REAL SON OF HIS REAL FATHER THEN HE by A. Veronica Fernandes, Kuwait
Monday - Nov 4, 2013
If Parrikar is the real son of his real father then he will use all his powers at his disposal to find out the real truth behind the Nigerians' “Dadagiri” in Goa and expose and punish the guilty including the politicians involved in supporting these Nigerians. The Nigerians involved in this tragic
QUO VADIS GOA? by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Nov 4, 2013
We were promised a grand Parivartan in Goa. But over the last 19 months of the vicious misrule by this government democracy stands totally subverted and buried. The current government is an RSS controlled set up where any voice of dissent is intolerable and sought to be crushed in the bud. The communal venom being unleashed is destroying Goa’s secular fabric
GOA RUCKUS by Francis Sequeira
Monday - Nov 4, 2013
Just like illegal mining which was going on in Goa for the past several years now the issue of Nigerians has come out of the bag. The murder of the Nigerian in Goa is just the tip of the iceberg. The protest at Porvorim by over 200 Nigerians actually exposes the presence of Nigerians in Goa
SILVESTER D’SOUZA WAS A GREAT GOAN by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Nov 4, 2013
In the sudden death of Engineer Silvester D’Souza Goa has lost one of its very loyal and proud sons. Someone so always concerned about safeguarding Goa’s identity and culture. He always batted for Goa’s planned development and played his little role by raising his voice against unplanned growth. He hailed from
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