Tuesday, August 22, 2017
QUO VADIS GOA? by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Nov 4, 2013
We were promised a grand Parivartan in Goa. But over the last 19 months of the vicious misrule by this government democracy stands totally subverted and buried. The current government is an RSS controlled set up where any voice of dissent is intolerable and sought to be crushed in the bud. The communal venom being unleashed is destroying Goa’s secular fabric
GOA RUCKUS by Francis Sequeira
Monday - Nov 4, 2013
Just like illegal mining which was going on in Goa for the past several years now the issue of Nigerians has come out of the bag. The murder of the Nigerian in Goa is just the tip of the iceberg. The protest at Porvorim by over 200 Nigerians actually exposes the presence of Nigerians in Goa
SILVESTER D’SOUZA WAS A GREAT GOAN by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Nov 4, 2013
In the sudden death of Engineer Silvester D’Souza Goa has lost one of its very loyal and proud sons. Someone so always concerned about safeguarding Goa’s identity and culture. He always batted for Goa’s planned development and played his little role by raising his voice against unplanned growth. He hailed from
MAY THE SOULS OF THE FAITHFUL DEPARTED REST IN PEACE by William Afonso
Sunday - Nov 3, 2013
The Roman Catholic Church commemorates two important days in the month of November both coming towards the last week’s of the Church’s Liturgical Calendar. On Nov 1st the church celebrates the Feast of All Saints in Honor of those who lived devout lives and are now for sure in Heaven. The Next day the church commemorates All souls day. On this day mainly 2 things are done
GOA WAS ONCE THE PARADISE OF THE EAST by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Nov 3, 2013
The tourist season has started but Goa’s basic infrastructure lies in shambles. The roads in the coastal belt of Anjuna, Vagator, Arpora, Calangute and Baga are in an utter muddle. With so many craters all over, driving a two wheeler even during the day is a very bumpy task. What a shabby welcome to those visiting Goa. Couldn’t the government have at least patched all those potholes
HOW 50 NIGERIANS HELD THE GOA POLICE TO RANSOM by Mayabhushan Nagvenkar
Sunday - Nov 3, 2013
Nigerians are "seven feet" tall, are "huge and aggressive" and it needs anywhere between two to 10 Goa Police personnel to tackle each of them. That's why, says Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar, the police could not reign in an irate mob of Nigerians that blocked a key highway, beat up policemen and
GOA SAYS ENOUGH – as reported by (Courtesy) The Goan
Saturday - Nov 2, 2013
It was a tinderbox waiting to explode. “No more Nigerians. Send them all back or else we will not listen to you anymore”, shouted a voice as crowds of Goenkars mobbed Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar angrily. The fact that CM had to make two trips in quick succession to restore traffic on the busy Mumbai-Mangalore NH17 speaks volumes of the fact that the restive state is in no mood
LIBERATE GOA POLICE FROM POLITICAL CLUTCHES by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Saturday - Nov 2, 2013
The Supreme Court of India recently very rightly observed that governance would not have faced a chaotic situation had the bureaucracy not allowed itself - the "steel frame" of the state - to be rusted. In Goa this steel frame has rusted beyond recognition. We lack a neutral bureaucracy. What we are seeing is an utterly rusted frame, which has been torn to pieces, broken
TIME FOR MANOHAR PARRIKAR TO HANG HIS BOOTS by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Friday - Nov 1, 2013
After yesterday’s fracas at Porvorim where a handful of Nigerians were calling the shots, Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar may now decide to divert all future state sponsored foreign tours of his ministers, MLAs and chums to Nigeria for some soul searching and for the much needed training in martial arts
GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS AND MOI by Joao Barros-Pereira
Friday - Nov 1, 2013
Government primary schools should be given the option to study English, otherwise the government policy will be discriminatory as private schools are allowed to teach English, the only difference is the poor cannot study in them as their parents cannot afford to pay the fees
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