Saturday, April 29, 2017
Goans Taking Awau UK Benefits: Report by Diane Fernandes
Saturday - Jun 1, 2013
Chairman of UK’s Migration Watch Sir Andrew Green wants Britain to close the “loophone” that allows Goans with Portuguese citizenship to move straight to UK with their family and immediately avail of all benefits UK citizens are entitled to. A recent report by UK based think tank Migration Watch has put the spotlight on the 100,000 dependents of EU nationality residents
ON MOPA AND LIARS INDIAN AND GOAN LEADERS by A. Veronica Fernandes, Kuwait
Saturday - Jun 1, 2013
Because of the personal gains, many like Parrikar are issuing statements saying when Mopa becomes operational Dabolim will also remain functional as usual. For me this statement is a pure lie because nobody has authority to issue such statements, this statement is to fool the people of Goa.
AN INDISCIPLINED CHIEF SECRETARY by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Saturday - Jun 1, 2013
Discipline is vital to the success of any administration but Chief Secretary Mr. B. Vijayan who is heading the bureaucracy in Goa is not leading by example. Mr. Vijayan who came to Goa in Nov 2010 completed his two year tenure way back but has just refused to move out of Goa despite his transfer order having been issued. After having sent repeated reminders asking Mr. Vijayan to swiftly
NEHRU THE BIGGEST HYPOCRITE OF THE 20th CENTURY By Franco Fernandes
Saturday - Jun 1, 2013
In December 1928 during the Indian National Congress session at Calcutta Nehru Said “Goa has a culture distinct from the rest of India and will be treated as a separate entity”. Nehru, addressing the Congress Committee of Uttar Pradesh at Sitapur on 21st August 1955 said “It is not true that we covet Goa. That small
WHERE ARE THEY NOW by A. Veronica Fernandes, Kuwait
Friday - May 31, 2013
Before BJP came to power in the last Goan election, Congress was ruling in Goa. The biggest loot of Goa was systematically conducted without any fear of anyone by these Congressmen. Almost all the Congress ministers were looting Goa, not only they but even their close and distant family members including their dogs and cats even.
WE NEED DABOLIM AIRPORT ONLY AND NOT MOPA. by A. Veronica Fernandes, Kuwait
Friday - May 31, 2013
The first time I saw physically the Dabolim Airport was in 1959 when as a student of Portuguese School, Escola Primaria de Abade Faria - Candolim, we were taken on excursion to see this Airport. I was very young boy at that time and during that time I saw how Portuguese Pakle soldiers guarding the Airport were
Friday - May 31, 2013
Ten or twenty years ago, “anti-India” feelings in Goa would be restricted to a marginal and minority group of people. Mostly elderly “ armchair activists”, they were either simply ignored or accused of harboring resent for the 1961 liberation and a nostalgia for the “ good old times” under the Portuguese colonial regime.
THIS HORSESHOE IS NOT SO LUCKY, YET by Lionel Messias
Friday - May 31, 2013
It’s classic doublespeak but while one is keeping his counsel, the other appears to have foot in the mouth disease. Delta Corp Ltd’s website says ‘Casino Horseshoe’ is ‘coming soon’. But if one has to believe Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar, just because Horseshoe, sailed in last Sunday, to replace Casino Caravela, which was berthed in the River Mandovi, it did not
Thursday - May 30, 2013
Here is a brief summary of Churchill Alemao who changed his colours from time to time over Mopa Airport. Churchill Alemao has been playing with the sentiments of the Goans for a long time . This brief summary says it all - Editor
The Newspaper headlines say it all !!
WORK FOR JUST WAGES by Peter Fernandes
Tuesday - May 28, 2013
The month of May begins with Labor Day, honoring those from all over the world who work to provide for human society and keep it viable. St. Joseph the carpenter is the patron of workers. St. Joseph reminds us that Jesus was born into an ordinary working family, and not into a royal household. The dignity of work is sublime, because it participates in the very work of God to sustain
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