Thursday, June 22, 2017
BERNARDO PERES DA SILVA by Keith Xavier de Herédia, Divar
Monday - Apr 15, 2013
Bernardo Peres da Silva (October 15, 1775 — November 18, 1844) was a Governor of Portuguese India. He was the first and only native Goan to be appointed to this post in 451 years of Portuguese governance. He was also one of the first elected representatives in the Portuguese Parliament from its Indian territories. Bernardo Peres da Silva was born in Neura Island in Goa.
Sunday - Apr 14, 2013
Today its three months that the 7 year old little angel from Vasco was mercilessly raped in broad day light in the toilet of Deep Vihar School run by the Mormugao Port Trust where she was studying in the second standard. While the little girl and her grief stricken parents relentlessly quest for justice, the alleged rapist and his accomplice are still free birds possibly scouting for their next catch.
Sunday - Apr 14, 2013
Goans from all parts of the State and all walks of life, joined together on 11th. April 2013, to form a united front under the banner of 'GOANS FOR DABOLIM ONLY' with the objective of retaining Dabolim airport in the State, under the sole ownership and control of the civilian authorities. It has been a matter of deep concern for the people of Goa that over the years, successive state governments have ignored the State's interests by failing to establish control
GOOD FRIDAY AND MANOHAR PARRIKAR by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Friday - Mar 29, 2013
Today on Good Friday, the Chief Minister Mr. Manohar Parrikar has a lot to introspect and brood over. To cunningly sway the minority votes, Manohar Parrikar last year publicly admitted that he blundered during his previous tenure as the chief minister, by trying to cancel Good Friday as a holiday and besides bringing out a CD on Goa’s freedom struggle that projected
MAN FROM GALILEE by Peter Fernandes
Friday - Mar 29, 2013
Who is this man from Galilee, for whom people have fascination?
Could he be a rabbi, to be drawing such attention?
None could deny that He is a teacher with an extraordinary message;
All who heard him with open heart and mind left with joy and leverage.
MATANHY SALDANHA AND DABOLIM AIRPORT by Fr. Eremito Rebelo
Thursday - Mar 28, 2013
A year has gone by. The admirers of Matanhy Saldanha have been sadly missing his vociferous struggles to save Goa’s identity. Traditional occupations of Goans. traditional fishing, Goa’s Forests and its environment, government jobs for Goans in proportion to the percentage of minorities, saving Dabolim as the only international airport etc were the subjects dear to his heard and he
Wednesday - Mar 27, 2013
Many of the newspapers have today wrongly reported that the Bombay High Court at Goa has directed that an F.I.R be registered against 151 persons in connection with the alleged illegal mining. Infact no such order has been passed directing an F.I.R specifically against 151 persons. Chief Justice
WHY HAS THE CM NOT YET CARED TO VISIT THE VASCO RAPE VICTIM? by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Wednesday - Mar 27, 2013
It will soon be three months that the 7 year old Vasco girl was brutally raped in the toilet of Deep Vihar School run by the Mormugao Port Trust where she was studying in the second standard. The police for reasons best known to them are conveniently groping in the dark. The sheer failure of the police to nab the
DOES PARRIKAR’S STATEMENT MAKE SENSE? WHY IS ALINA SILENT? by Menino Fernandes
Sunday - Mar 24, 2013
Chief minister Manohar Parrikar openly stated that Matanhy Saldanha supported Mopa airport which seems hard to digest. How could the CM make such statement and so openly? Was he confident of what he said? Parrikar seemed shaky as he switched immediately to state that Dabolim airport will also remain functional
GOANS GET MARRIED THE CHELSEA, MAN UTD, LIVERPOOL WAY by Mayabhushan Nagvenkar
Saturday - Mar 23, 2013
Football isn’t just about kicking the ball around, draining draught with your mates or kissing your favourite club jersey when your team scores a goal. Three young couples from Goa have just upped the pitch and sharpened the curve of passion for the beautiful game. From exchanging vows on football pitches to slipping in football matches in honeymoon itineraries, this refreshingly trendy marital passion for football
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