Tuesday, April 25, 2017
CHIEF MINISTER MANOHAR PARRIKAR’S STARTLING REVELATION by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Wednesday - Jul 24, 2013
Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar has finally publicly confessed that he had indeed gone to ‘Walking Street’ in Pattaya. My source in the Secretariat has revealed that Manohar Parrikar told a delegation of the RTI forum yesterday that he did not go there for sex but did only enjoy two Thai massages.
CASINOS AND DRUGS ARE KILLING GOA by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Wednesday - Jul 24, 2013
The Bombay High Court at Panaji today indicated that it may have to take Suo motu cognizance on the alleged rampant drug menace in Goa. This observation by a Division bench comprising of Justice A.P.Lavande and Justice U.V.Bakre was made while hearing a petition against Noise Pollution. The Court expressed its unhappiness regarding the sorry state of affairs with the authorities abdicating
WHAT DO OUR NIZ GOENKARS HAVE TO SAY? by Tucarama Naique
Wednesday - Jul 24, 2013
I am forced to seek the views of all Niz Goenkars on the issue of interviews by Mr. Menino, the Editor/Owner of Niz Goenkar website as some disgruntled elements have been criticizing the interviewer on Goanet.
Monday - Jul 22, 2013
The Malicious Historians have written their own Imaginative Stories of “Portuguese Inquisition in Goa” but have forgotten how the so-called Hindus Slaughtered each other, Destroyed each other temples and Persecuted Buddhists and Jains for Centuries.
MARGAO MARKET by Pushpa Iyengar
Monday - Jul 22, 2013
Once more public interest has been overlooked for political interest. With market vendors, particularly fish vendors unhappy, the South Goa Planning and Development Authority (SGPDA) deferred pay parking again on July 1 at the Margao market which is a chaos of vehicles because customers park any which way to
IS THE PRESS IN GOA GAGGED AND CAGED? by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Saturday - Jul 20, 2013
World Press Freedom Day is observed annually on May 3, to remind us that Freedom of the Press and Freedom of expression are fundamental human rights. The Press, like the Judiciary, has to be free from political, government or any other interference. In fact, this is their professional duty -- of journalists to be totally independent and unbiased with no leanings towards any political party or politician.
MARGAO – THE HUB OF ILLEGALITIES by Jose Maria Miranda
Saturday - Jul 20, 2013
About seven months back, in two long articles, I had pointed out the problems Margao has been facing due to traffic congestion, garbage, strays, etc. Obviously, it suits elected representatives and bureaucrats not to pay any attention to such writings, as these might constrain them to act.
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.
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