Tuesday, March 28, 2017
CM IS TAKING GOANS FOR A RIDE ON ILLEGAL MINING by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Thursday - Aug 22, 2013
Unable to deliver on his never ending promises, Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar has once again blown his trumpet of action against politicians and others in connection with the Shah Commission report on illegal mining. It is nothing but a drama to divert and distract the attention of the people of Goa from the follies of his non-performing now lack luster government
DOG AND THE BONE by Lionel Messi
Wednesday - Aug 21, 2013
So far on the appointment of the State Information Commissioner, Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar, has been bested by advocate-activist Aires Rodrigues. In fact, it may not be far-fetched to say that Rodrigues has been the only fly in the ointment for Parrikar and on the SIC/CIC issue he’s like a dog with a juicy
THE MYTH OF NEHRU'S AKHAND BHARAT By Franco Fernandes
Tuesday - Aug 20, 2013
The Dominion of India (15th August 1947-26 January 1950) was transformed into Bharat Ganrajya (Republic of India). New Delhi considers itself the successor state to Ancient Bharat. This is the only figure that the Indian Bigots can find to justify the unity of the conglomeration of more than 570 Princely states in the Subcontinent.
BJP MLA BUILDING HOTEL IN BAGA by Lionel Messias
Tuesday - Aug 20, 2013
With every passing month a new hotel is built or a new restaurant opened somewhere between Candolim and Arpora on the coast and towards Saligao inland but where mostly new restaurants are opened here. The thrust of course is on the touristy coastal belt between Candolim and Baga.
WILL THE RTI ACT HAUNT GOA RTI FORUM CHIEF? by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Tuesday - Aug 20, 2013
Mrs. Nandini Sahai, the President of Goa RTI forum has declined to furnish information under Right to Information Act sought from International Centre Goa (ICG) at Dona Paula of which she is the Director. The Goa District Registrar North by a letter dated 1st July had directed the International Centre to furnish information sought by Mr. Ivor Ferreira of St Estevam through his two applications made under the Right to Information Act.
WORLD CLASS ATHLETES FROM JAMAICA AT MOSCOW MEET by A. Veronica Fernandes, Kuwait
Monday - Aug 19, 2013
World Athletics Championship this year held successfully at Moscow in Russia has just been concluded. Kudos to Russia for organising this Championship so successfully. The hero of this Championship came out again the sprinter Usain Bolt from Jamaica and again the black skin power came out dominant, in Track and Field events, the Black Power out beat White Power thereby again proving its excellence in sports
M.V.HORSESHOE WILL ONLY FURTHER SINK GOA by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Aug 19, 2013
With the massive casino M.V. Horseshoe having commenced functioning with the blessings of Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar, the awful side effects and the irreversible after effects will soon be there for all to see. The Casinos are known to provide other services besides gambling to its rich and mighty
INDIA CANNOT BE CONCEIVED AS MOTHERLAND OF GOA by Gabriel De Figueiredo
Sunday - Aug 18, 2013
I cannot conceive India as being the “motherland” of Goa, as the Indian Union came into existence in 1947, and as Republic of India in 1950. Goa came into existence as India Portuguesa since 1510 (older than the Taj Mahal) and as Estado da India Portuguese, an overseas province of Portugal (in the same
GOA NEEDS TO PROTECT THE INTERSTS OF GOANS by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Aug 18, 2013
Leena Mehendale who Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar is trying to appoint as Goa’s State Chief Information Commissioner (CIC) had been rejected by the Maharashtra Government for the same post there. In its wisdom the Maharashtra Government on 6th June 2012 for reasons best known had discarded the name of Leena Mehendale. So why is Manohar Parrikar so keen
WHY WOMEN’S RESERVATION BILL IS NOT TENABLE by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Friday - Aug 9, 2013
The Constitution of India provides for the Fundamental Right to Equality, without discrimination on the grounds of sex, caste, creed or religion. If 33% reservation for women is added to the existing 22.5 % for scheduled castes and tribes, more than 55 per cent of seats in Parliament and State legislatures
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