Tuesday, March 28, 2017
GOAN CLUB PLAYS CRICKET IN UK by Paresh Porob
Tuesday - Oct 29, 2013
The club started off as a small team of 11 players in 2010. The team was then organised and entered in Monahan’s Midweek Cricket league. The league has four divisions and GCC started in Division four. Till now the team has scored to its heights by winning successfully various tournaments in UK.
A VINDICTIVE GOVERNMENT by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Tuesday - Oct 29, 2013
Filing a Public Interest litigation is no easy task. You have to be ready to endure the backlash and tirade of those in power. This should however never ever deter citizens from using this channel to highlight issues of public concern and expose the illegalities.
RECKLESSLY BLEEDING THE STATE EXCHEQUER by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Oct 27, 2013
Goa despite being the smallest state is not only hosting India's highest paid Advocate General but the country's highest paid public servant. The President of India is paid only Rs 1,50,000 a month, the Chief Justice of India Rs 1,00,000, a High Court Judge Rs 80,000 and the Attorney General of India
CASTE, LANGUAGE, & MOI by Joao Barros-Pereira
Friday - Oct 25, 2013
2000 years ago Sanskrit was the language of prestige and power, the language used by the Hindu priests to control the lower castes. In 2013 the language of power and prestige is English. Through the study of English and development of skills even low castes people can enjoy freedom, the freedom to succeed in the
RESPONSE TO FR. PRATAP NAIK’S PRESS RELEASE by Floriano Lobo
Wednesday - Oct 23, 2013
Your under mentioned Press Release is nothing but a recipe for total disaster for GOA and Goa's Mother-Tongue KONKANI. You, along with KRA will go down in Goa's History as TRAITORS of Goa and Goa' Mother Tongue KONKANI for bringing in Marathi as the Official Language of Goa, which is NOT.
CAN GOANS LEARN FROM THE JAPANESE? NO NEED FOR A MINISTERIAL TOUR! by Tucarama Naique
Wednesday - Oct 23, 2013
Something for the Goa government and Goan Educationists to think about. Can we adopt any of these to improve our society? Principles and Ethics building start from young age. Japanese children clean their schools every day for a quarter of an hour with teachers, which led to the emergence of a Japanese generation who is modest and keen on cleanliness.
CRIMINALS IN GOA by Joao Barros-Pereira
Tuesday - Oct 22, 2013
Reading a news report recently I got the impression Chief Minister Parrikar perceives our State as an interim place for criminals to relax while preparing for their next job. If so he is right. A few days later his Deputy Chief Minister commented how Goa has become a magnet for criminals. He added, we are a soft state, and our nature is soft!
JUDGES SOCIALISING WITH ADVOCATES UNDESIRABLE by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Tuesday - Oct 22, 2013
Despite there being a very clear and categorical diktat by the Supreme Court that judges should not socialize with advocates, there seems no rigorous compliance of this very salutary prescription. Just because Goa is a holiday destination, does it mean that it should be exempt from this much required norm?
CONTRADICTORY MINDSET OF SOME GOANS - AN IMPEDIMENT TO PROGRESS by Ifa Saldanha
Monday - Oct 21, 2013
Undoubtedly, the ego or personal interest is the breeding ground for contradictions in human beings. Sacrificing and compromising one's personal interest for a collective good or the greater good of all is the hallmark of a Democracy and of a genuine democratic leader who strives to promote unity
CHITRA’S NEW DVD ‘MISS YOU LOVE’ by A. Veronica Fernandes, Kuwait
Sunday - Oct 20, 2013
The latest DVD “MISS YOU LOVE” released from Goa has just reached Kuwait in the Open Market for sale. It is produced and directed by Konkani Stage artiste Chitra and I can rightly say that in all respects it is excellent. My highest compliments to Chitra for bringing out such an excellent DVD
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