Sunday, April 30, 2017
ALL GOANS MUST JOIN HANDS TO TACKLE PARRIKAR’S GOONDAGIRI AND EVIL SCHEMES by Menino Fernandes
Friday - Mar 8, 2013
Better late than never goes the saying. A lot of readers and commentators may dub them as the wrong type or portray them as corrupt villains. But at least they have awakened and have started raising their voices. Voices that have been silent for a long time has at last realized that it is time to do something by raising their voices. Just because some believe that they were corrupt earlier
STATE SPONSORED VIOLENCE AGAINST CIVIL SOCIETY by Nisser Dias
Friday - Mar 8, 2013
Last Saturday was yet another sad day for democracy in the BJP ruled state of Goa because hooligans supported by the BJP government used violence against social activists who had gathered in private hall in Margao to discuss Shah Commission report on illegal mining. Those assembled in the CD Blue Chip
A PANCHANAMA OF CM MANOHAR PARRIKAR’S FIRST YEAR IN OFFICE by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Thursday - Mar 7, 2013
On 9th March Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar completes a year in office. A year of confusion, contradictions and controversies. This may sound like an eulogy but it is factually the ground reality. During the election campaign Manohar Parrikar had promised the moon but has reneged on almost every promise made. He used every trick under his sleeve to usurp the office
Thursday - Mar 7, 2013
Goa is often compared to a multi-faceted jewel, but its beauty and natural assets have become the cause of mindless exploitation, and the loot and plunder of its resources is heading towards the tipping point. Tiny and fragile, more than 80% of Goa's geographical area has been classified as eco-sensitive in the regional plan (RP) 2021. Yet its forests, hills, rivers and water bodies
COMING BACK TO EARTH by Dr. Oscar Rebello
Wednesday - Mar 6, 2013
It is with profound anguish and horror that one witnessed the mindless and I dare say well orchestrated protest against a bunch of defenseless and harmless activists discussing the Shah Commission report in Margao. To give you the analogy of a joy ride gone horribly wrong, here’s how it goes:
Wednesday - Mar 6, 2013
In every nook and corner of Goa you can see all types of businesses taken over by Gujrathis and Marwadis, some time without proper mandatory registrations of Goa government, Hardware, Electrical, Plywood, sawmills, Sweet marts, Restaurants, sanitary ware, Tiles, garments and the list goes on.
NO TO A YES-MAN LOKAYUKTA by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Mar 4, 2013
We were promised a very sturdy Lokayukta in 100 days, but after waiting for a year, if by way of Justice Sudershan Reddy we are going to usher in a toothless and a Yes man of the Chief Minister it would be an exercise in futility. A white elephant that Goa would be better of without.
MARATHI WILL WIN, KONKANI WILL LOSE by Lucio Mascarenhas
Sunday - Mar 3, 2013
What is Goa today was not and even today is not, a proper ethnological entity. If you take the entire natural or native population of Goa as it was, subtracting the alien immigrants and adding back the Goan emigrants of all kinds, hues, political and religious affiliations, they did not and do not
ATTACK ON GOA'S CIVIL SOCIETY BY SO CALLED MINING AFFECTED PEOPLE by Floriano Lobo
Sunday - Mar 3, 2013
GOA SU-RAJ PARTY - GSRP most strongly CONDEMNS the unsolicited attack on Goa's Civil Society by the so called mining affected people at Margao on 2nd. March, 2013. This Party wants to go on record to say that the real mining affected people which are tens of thousands in numbers are overjoyed and happy that the curse of rampant and un-abated mining in GOA has stopped
ATTACK ON RTI ACTIVISTS by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Mar 3, 2013
The senseless attack yesterday at Margao on RTI activists Jose Maria Miranda, Srikant Barve, Judith Almeida, Dilip Hegde, John Phillip Pereira, Rajshree Nagarsekar, Bhushan Bhave, Kim Miranda, Jawahar Dias and others is deplorable. We all sympathize with the plight of the mining dependant people. But nothing can shadow or override the best interests and welfare of Goa
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