Friday, April 28, 2017
TO GOA, WITH LOVE by Joao Barros-Pereira
Monday - Sep 16, 2013
I have this to say to people who want Special Status for Goa: Your heart is in the right place and beats steadily with love for Goa. But I have a word of caution, too. We need to put the donkey before the cart otherwise the social movement for Special Status may go backwards and not forward!
GSRP'S COUNT-DOWN TOWARDS 2017 GOA LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS by Floriano Lobo
Sunday - Sep 15, 2013
The seriousness with which GSRP has made the announcement, soon after 2012 Assembly Elections, that it is coming into the 2017 election fray in a big way with not less than 30 candidates, cannot be discounted. From day one, after the 2012 election results were declared, GSRP has been preparing for the big
IS THE PORTUGUESE CONSULATE IN GOA IN COHORTS WITH INDIAN GOVERNMENT? By Tucarama Naique
Saturday - Sep 14, 2013
am shocked at this letter that appeared in “O Heraldo”, and I have every assurance that it is very true, because I have heard other similar instances from other sources too. The letter titled “Consulate trauma” explains facts that Goans registered at “Registo Centrais’ and living in Goa face. Is Portugal betraying and backstabbing Goans? Or is it just the Consulate personnel involved? WHO IS THE TRAITOR?
WHAT THE GOAN NEWSPAPERS SCREAM ABOUT - 14 AUGUST, 2013 by Floriano Lobo
Saturday - Sep 14, 2013
Happy: Because, LK Advani's life's dreams of becoming India's Prime Minister one day has been shattered. He had nursed this dream since the time he was the Jansang member, when, as such, he had spoken these words at a public meeting at Mahim, Bombay in 1966 saying thus:
MALAFIDE INTENTIONS TO LIFT MINING BAN IN GOA – A LETTER TO SC by Rupert Coutinho
Saturday - Sep 14, 2013
Enough is enough. We Goans will not take things for granted. Down with Parrikar, BJP, Congress, MGP, NCP and UGDP, and the mining barons and oligarchs exploiting the wealth of the native citizens of Goa. We will checkmate them in the Supreme Court and destroy their wealth.
Friday - Sep 13, 2013
In whichever way China may be perceived in different quarters, China will not spare India, and that is just as sure as the sun will arise forever, every morning. India has notoriously established itself in the forefront as a regional culprit and therefore it is but inevitable that India is in the waiting to be taught a hard corrective lesson even harder, sooner or later. China did it in 1962 after Goa was invaded but has been incomplete
KEEP CAMPUS FREE FROM PARTY POLITICS by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Thursday - Sep 12, 2013
Campus elections were meant to develop strong leadership qualities amongst the students. In the 70’s Goa witnessed a very united and vibrant student force which sadly today is history. With the entry of the political parties on campus, the college and university environment has been adversely affected. Pumping of money by political parties into the campus politics is the worst
NEW DVD “TOVUI EK MUNIS” RELEASED IN KUWAIT by A. Veronica Fernandes, Kuwait
Wednesday - Sep 11, 2013
The first Konkani Audi Album was produced by the late Alfred Rose in Bombay while the first Konkani CD was produced by the late Rosary Ferns in Kuwait. Both these events are historical and both Alfred Rose and Rosary Ferns proved to be history creators. May their Konkani souls enjoy the Heavenly peace.
GOANS HAVE TO FIGHT HARD FOR SPECIAL STATUS by Menino Fernandes
Wednesday - Sep 11, 2013
We cannot rely on anybody at this stage to deliver Goa the Special Status her childer are seeking for a long time now. The politicians are just rubbish in the bin and will never act even though it is time for them now to do so. Quite a few politicians may be agitated within themselves but are afraid to come out in the open because it is a zoo of monkeys ruled by a wild one called Manohar
UNDERDEVELOPED MINING INDUSTRY? by Joao Barros-Pereira
Tuesday - Sep 10, 2013
Goa is fortunate to have a wealth of mineral resources which we have been exporting in the past mostly to Japan, and more recently, to China. We are also fortunate to have a chief minister who is an IITian with a degree in metallurgy. He can show the way to the backward mining industry by developing it, by taking it beyond simply extracting the iron ore and exporting it to foreign shores
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