Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Thursday - Sep 1, 2016
Unity is strength, but nothing has even been a bigger threat to Goan unity than our very own self- centered politicians. At the time of liberation, we could have asked for and got almost anything served on the platter if we had only spoken in one voice. Alas, instead of doing this, a section of our politicians instigated and misguided people into demanding a merger with the neighbouring State of Maharashtra
Mass Resignations From RSS In Goa Over Velingkar's Sacking – by Mayabhushan Nagvenkar
Thursday - Sep 1, 2016
In a late development on Wednesday, over 400 RSS volunteers, including district, sub district and shakha heads announced their resignation from the Hindu organisation, in protest against the unceremonious sacking of state RSS chief Subhash Velingkar earlier in the day. The mass resignations
Heartbroken Couple Forcibly Separated After 62-Years Of Marriage – brought to you by Roger D’Souza
Wednesday - Aug 31, 2016
Wolf and Anita Gottschalk have been forcibly separated for eight months, leaving a ripple of broken hearts across the internet. The Gottschalks have been married for 62-years. When they were told they must enter separate nursing homes due to lack of space, they were forced to say goodbye
For Panjimites To Act – by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Tuesday - Aug 30, 2016
It is very sad that the Government is not looking after the interest of Panjimites on the traffic congestion in the city. Recently a week back road from Miramar to Dona Paula is thrown open although was not ready for motoring. Lots of work is yet to be completed especially both the side ends
Congress Is Not Against Casinos, Says Digvijay – by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Monday - Aug 29, 2016
Early morning today (28th August 2016), I read headlines in one of the first English newspaper of Goa with the title in the front page that "Congress is not against Casinos" , said Digvijay and all others in the picture are seen looking at him with their mouth open. That means everyone accepted by voice vote including great leaders, ex-MP Sardinha and Rajya Sabba MP Shantaram Naik
Why Did Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar Lie? – by Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Aug 29, 2016
It is now ten long days that Goa’s Deputy Speaker Vishnu Wagh was hospitalized and has been in a state of Coma. On 15th August he was admitted to the Goa Medical College and being brain dead was on 18th August airlifted to Hinduja hospital in Mumba
Uniting For Goa Is The Need Of The Hour – by Jose Maria Miranda
Monday - Aug 29, 2016
Goa will be going to the polls in around seven months’ time. Yet, it seems early to decide which Party will get our vote. Perhaps, none of the Parties, in the fray, will deserve being voted for. And, perhaps, it would, once again, be a negative vote to prevent the rise of an undeserving candidate
A Panchanama Of BJP’s Four And Half Years Of Misrule – by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Aug 28, 2016
The BJP in Goa soon completes four and half years in office. This government has to be assessed on the ‘Goa Vision Document 2012-2017’, released by the Party in the run-up to the March 2012 Assembly elections and its blatant acts of misdeeds over the last four and half years in Power
Pakistanis Are More Patriotic To Their Land – by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Sunday - Aug 28, 2016
These days in some quarters in India there is a strong campaign mounted against free speech spoken especially in praise of Pakistan. I detest this because what is fact is fact and one must be bold enough to express this fact however much to the chagrin of the opponents of this fact
Is Speaking The Truth An Act Of Sedition? – by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Saturday - Aug 27, 2016
This is to strongly condemn the recent move by a lawyer in Karnataka to file a sedition case against an actress Ramya for saying “Pakistan is not hell, people there are just like us”, in response to Parricar’s remark, saying “going to Pakistan is same as going to hell”. What is wrong if Ramya spoke the truth in favour of reality in Pakistan? Is freedom of expression not existing in India? Is it a sin to talk
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