Friday, April 28, 2017
IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF MATHANY SALDANHA by Joao Barros-Pereira
Wednesday - Sep 25, 2013
Alina Saldanha, Goa's Minister for Environment and Forest, is also Goa's most reluctant politician. With the untimely death of her late husband a few days after he won a historic victory and was inducted as a Minister in the Manohar Parrikar cabinet, Alina found herself in the limelight and under pressure to
Wednesday - Sep 25, 2013
While much commotion and fiasco goes over the illegal iron ore mining industry in Goa as to how it is handled or has to be handled, let us see from the opposite side of the same coin of this scenario. We have to see from the other side of the border from China, where this controversial iron ore is imported, and in an event if this case was to be the reverse, where as if supposedly
FORMER RAPE ACCUSED SELECTED AS POLICE SUB- INSPECTOR by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Tuesday - Sep 24, 2013
The Goa Government has selected 103 new Police Sub- Inspectors (PSIs). Given the very alarming levels of crime that Goa is witnessing, it would have been expected that only persons with the highest levels of integrity and competence would have been chosen for these vital posts.
WORSHIPPING GOD AND MONEY AS WELL by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Sep 23, 2013
The Supreme Court has very rightly seen through the game of the Advocate General with the State Government. Its rap to the State Government is an apparent on the face of the Advocate General of Goa for the wrong legal advice tendered to the Government on the mining issue. Atmaram Nadkarni and his
BIRDS OF THE SAME FEATHERS by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Sep 22, 2013
I was hoping that this Sunday would be a relaxed one. But that is not to be. I have to get rid of the over 500 pages of evidence piled up in my office against former Advocate General, Subodh Kantak. With the discredited Subodh Kantak having last month withdrawn his 15 crore defamation suit against me, filled in
GOA’S LAUGHING STOCK by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Thursday - Sep 19, 2013
Advocate General Atmaram Nadkarni last night flew back to Goa from Kochi via Bombay. Having been the legal messiah for the mining lords has he now chosen not to officially show his face at the Supreme Court but to operate behind the scenes?
Thursday - Sep 19, 2013
Sharing with you all this Writ Petition regarding Goa’s Mining Case before the Supreme Court of India. This is very important because this is an issue that affects each and every one of us not just in Goa but in India as well as Humanity. If mining is allowed to run rampant all over the State of Goa as it was allowed to do so over the years, then we have a mammoth problem with far reaching consequences
CHOOSING THE IDEAL INFORMATION COMMISSIONER by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Thursday - Sep 19, 2013
To strive for transparency and accountability in public life, we are bestowed with a very potent weapon by way of the Right To Information Act. This weapon is however handicapped without competent and honest Information Commissioners in place. The last three attempts to appoint Information Commissioners in Goa have invariably run into rough weather. One reason for this is that the requirements for the post have not been properly understood by those who matter – the appointing authorities
RESCUE THROUGH INVASION DOES NOT MEAN OCCUPATION by Johny Rebello
Wednesday - Sep 18, 2013
While the Chinese threats to regain its occupied territory in the Indian Sub-continent south of the Himalayas becomes increasingly apparent, as China gets stronger and stronger, what does it augurs for Goa? As the Chinese threats loom high to regain its occupied territory south of the Himalayas becomes
ILLEGAL MINING ISSUE by Francis Sequeira
Tuesday - Sep 17, 2013
During the last Goa elections Manohar Parrikar has been constantly raving about illegal mining in Goa. M.B.Shah Commission in its report has clearly stated illegal mining of Rs.35000/- in Goa but no action has been taken in Goa against the illegal miners. This is a gross travesty of law and miscarriage of justice
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