Friday, March 24, 2017
SADDAM'S BRIBE REJECTED BY KUWAIT GOANS by A. Veronica Fernandes, Kuwait
Thursday - Aug 1, 2013
Second of August will be remembered in the history as the most brutal day since on this date in 1990 worst incident took place, that was, Kuwait was invaded by Saddam Hussein’s Iraq. Invasion is always bad and Kuwait’s invasion was not an exception.
JUSTIFIABLE, AUTHENTIC AND LONG OVERDUE DEMAND by Floriano Lobo
Thursday - Aug 1, 2013
The Goa Su-Raj Party hails CCP's decision to demand land back from the military. The Military has no business in the Capital City, Panjim, and must hand over every bit of land and premises in it's possession to the Government of Goa and move off to Bambolim where it has been given vast area to set-up it's garrison. The expansionist mode of Armed Forces in Goa, including the Navy at Dabolim
Thursday - Aug 1, 2013
1. Recent reforms to family migration for British citizens are undermined by EU law that allows EU citizens living in the UK to bypass British Immigration Rules and bring in their non-EU partners and family members with no salary or other conditions. They gain immediate and full access to benefits. 20,000 took advantage of this route in 2012.
IT’S LIKE I’M THE BOSS: INDIA’S TOP FEMALE REFEREE MARIA REBELLO by Pulasta Dhar
Wednesday - Jul 31, 2013
“Seriously, the whole of India will say that I’m a fun person!” Well, it’s always hard to believe that when a football referee says it. But somehow, with an easy laughter, a confident tone and the ability to talk about football for hours, Maria Rebello convinces you that she’s a fun referee.
GOA PANCHAS AND THE LAW by Joao Barros-Pereira
Tuesday - Jul 30, 2013
As an overseas Goan I was more than happy to read the news pertaining to Cansaulim-Arossim-Cuelim gram sabha meeting where the villagers spoke strongly against the proposed construction of commercial and multi-dwelling units. Further, the report informs us, the villagers who are well educated impressed
CM PARRIKAR SAYS SPECIAL STATUS FOR GOA, BUT WELCOMES ONE MORE MIGRANT by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Tuesday - Jul 30, 2013
Today Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar stands totally exposed on his so called hoax mantra of Special Status for Goa by having gone out of the way to usher in another migrant Leena Mehandale as the Chief Information Commissioner of Goa. Her selection was a foregone conclusion and that mere formality by the Selection committee today was a sheer farce.
NEPOTISM BY CHIEF MINISTER MANOHAR PARRIKAR by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Jul 29, 2013
The Goa Government has decided to raise the retirement age of doctors at Goa Medical College from 62 to 65. One of the first beneficiary of this kind gesture by the Goa Government will be my friend of many years, the Professor of Radiology Dr. Mahesh Sardesai who was due to retire in February 2014. Dr Mahesh Sardesai is the father-in-law of Chief Minister’s elder son Utpal Parrikar.
SACRIFICES OF EXPATRIATES IN KUWAIT by A. Veronica Fernandes, Kuwait
Monday - Jul 29, 2013
Do all the expatriates make good money by working in Kuwait? The answer is a big NO. All expatriates are earning money is a sure fact but not all are earning to live a reasonably good life. Then how all of them send reasonable remittances to their home countries to have a reasonable saving and reasonable standard of living for their dependents back at their home countries?
LEENA MEHENDALE NOT A VIABLE CONTENDOR FOR POST OF CIC by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Jul 29, 2013
The Chief Information Commissioner (CIC) holds office for a term of five years or till attaining the age of 65, whichever is earlier. So, if the Goa Government succumbs to the lobbying and appoints Leena Mehendale who was born on 31st January 1950, the government besides sadly opting for a non Goan, would effectively have her for a very short a tenure of just over a year. Which means
CAMARA MUNICIPAL DE SALSETTE by Joao Barros-Pereira
Friday - Jul 26, 2013
That the heritage building which housed the Camara Municipal de Salsette (1778) might come under the axe makes for sad reading as it is a historic and beautiful building which is an important part of the history of the people of Margao where 23 people were killed by the Portuguese soldiers when they protested against the unfair elections of the city. The people of Margao are indeed proud of this historic building.
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