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Friday - Jul 19, 2013
It is a little surprising at times when one comes across many Goans, other than those who are mere laymen, who know so little or are not conscious in political context of themselves and accordingly how their lives and their higher potential has been affected. It would be news to many to know that Kuwait was invaded by Saddam through explicit instigation and persistent proactive coercion from her mentor India.
CCP COFFERS EMPTY BUT MAYOR WANTS A PLUSH NEW CAR by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Friday - Jul 19, 2013
Every paisa of the tax payer has to be judiciously and thoughtfully spent, more so when the State is currently going through difficult financial times. It is therefore outrageous and despicable that despite the coffers of the Corporation of City of Panjim (CCP) being empty, Mayor Surendra Furtado has had
Friday - Jul 19, 2013
The Mopa airport controversy has reached a height of abstraction that the issue has become devoid of rationale or responsibility. The arguments put forth in different media may be compared to discussions in buying fish in the market. Various individuals put forth arguments that have neither substance, nor truth, nor rationale. The issue of having another airport in a small place like Goa is not as easy a decision as buying another scooter.
EXTENDING SCHOOL TIMINGS A VERY FAULTY DECISION by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Friday - Jul 19, 2013
Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar’s high-handed move to extend the school hours is absolutely flawed. He should have had proper deliberation with all the stake holders to understand the ground reality. He has arrogantly inconvenienced lakhs of students their parents and the teaching community. The focus has to be on quality education and increasing the school hours is no solution
WHAT HAPPENED IN THE CABIN OF ALINA SALDANHA by Menino Fernandes
Thursday - Jul 18, 2013
5 July 2013 me and my team one of whom was a colleague of Matanhy Saldanha at Don Bosco High School Panjim, left for Porvorim from Valpoi and drove straight to Porvorim as there was an appointment with Goa’s Environment Minister Alina Saldanha, in her cabin at the secretariat.
THE MANOHAR PARRIKAR – KURUPATI ROW CONNECTION by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Wednesday - Jul 17, 2013
This is how Mr. Kurupati Dwarkanath Row, the new Chairman of Goa Public Service Commission is related to Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar. Kurupati Dwarkanath Row’s wife was a Dharwadkar (before marriage to him). Her brother Girish is the co-brother (saddu) of Chief Minister’s brother Avdhoot Parrikar.
NEHRU SAID IT EVEN 'BETTER THAN HITLER' brought to you by Franco Fernandes
Wednesday - Jul 17, 2013
New York : The New York Daily News dated 22 December 1961, in an editorial headed,'The Hindu Faker', yesterday slammed Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru for attacking and capturing Portuguese Goa. “Of all the sidelights on Indian Prime Minister Nehru’s grab of Portuguese Goa, we treasure most the Hindu leader’s own crack that the quick success of the operation proved it to have been right.
EVEN A TANKER OF DETHOL WILL NOT SANITIZE THE ADVOCATE GENERAL’S OFFICE by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Tuesday - Jul 16, 2013
Over the last decade and a half, the office of the high constitutional post of Advocate General in Goa has lowered and sunk in stature. It has gone from bad to worse. It cannot get any shoddier. It is ironical that before filing a petition against the government the litigant would be better off setting the stage by having a meeting with the Advocate General. The Advocate General would himself
IMPORTANCE OF MAIDS & EXPATRIATES IN KUWAIT by A. Veronica Fernandes, Kuwait
Monday - Jul 15, 2013
Maid and Aya, these two words are very popular in Kuwait though both are interpreted as same in meaning, one is English word while the other an Indian word coming from Sanskrit meaning Ai-i means a mother. According to our elders who came in early fifties to work at Oil sector in Ahmadi, Kuwait
HAS PARRIKAR SCORED A SELF GOAL? by Jose Maria Miranda
Sunday - Jul 14, 2013
One of India’s greatest assets is its secular character. And should it lose it, the country is in perennial peril of violence and perhaps pogroms like the ones we have seen in 1984 in Delhi and 2002 in Gujarat. The tragedy in such cases, however, is that the violence that follows an atrocious incident often hits, kills and maims innocent people who have no link whatsoever with the incident
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