Monday, August 21, 2017
THE PERFECT PARTY by Joao Barros-Pereira
Friday - Jan 25, 2013
If CM Manohar is the right man in the wrong party, as is often said, then Vijay Sardessai is the wrong man in the right party. If only Manohar Parrokar could be persuaded to become the leader of a new local party, then we would have the right man in the right party. By de-franchising the migrants of their fake
RAPISTS, THIEVES AND PLUNDERERS - 1961 by Bernado Colaco
Wednesday - Jan 23, 2013
The Goan Countryside was shorn of all police posts and the people were left to fend for themselves as well as they could in the face of the rising tidal wave of crime in which bandit and soldier vied with one another in the perpetration of evil instances became frequent in which respectable ladies were criminally
Wednesday - Jan 23, 2013
An All-Goa Symposium on Special Status for Goa is being organized by the Movement for Special Status for Goa on Saturday, 26th January 2013 at 3 p.m. at Rosary Hall, Navelim, Salcete, Goa. The main Speakers at the Symposium will be the Dy. Chief Minister of Goa, Mr. Francis D’Souza, Reginaldo Lourenco, MLA, Convenor of MSSG, Adv. Antonio Lobo, Prof. Prajal Sakhardande
GOA INCHES CLOSE TO HAVING A LOKAYUKTA by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Tuesday - Jan 22, 2013
Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar had promised that Goa would have a Lokayukta within hundred days of his coming to power. After a very long wait of over 10 months there now seems to be some ray of hope at least on the appointment of the Lokayukta. The Chief Minister has over the last few months made all sorts of conflicting statements on the issue. While initially he said that the government
DOUBLE STANDARDS BY CM by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Tuesday - Jan 22, 2013
While in the Opposition Manohar Parrikar had repeatedly demanded the resignation of politicians against whom even an F.I.R was registered. How does he justify the continuance in office of the Chairman of Law Commission Mr. Narendra Sawaikar who has been now charge sheeted by the CBI in connection with the 2011 Balli Riots. Mr. Narendra Sawaikar who currently enjoys
GOA OF TODAY! by Joel Moraes, Cuncolim
Monday - Jan 21, 2013
In recent times things have really changed in Goa, not from good to better but from bad to worst. From unlimited number of LPG cooking cylinders to limited number of cylinders and this 6 or 9 number of cylinders/month is totally insufficient and our leaders speak about India shining.
Monday - Jan 21, 2013
Who doesn’t crave for a society where peace and prosperity abounds were every human is free of shackles. It is to the concerted efforts of every responsible member of the society that we can retrieve our society from the morass of depravity and other evils that our society is plagued with. Just blaming the irresponsible parents and doing nothing about it will lead our society to doom.
THE LATE JOAO FRANCISCO SANTANA FERNANDES CARVALHO by A. Veronica Fernandes, Kuwait
Sunday - Jan 20, 2013
It is with deep grief and sorrow I pen down these few sorrowful lines coming on to the fore from bottom of my heart. This is on the late Mr. Joao Frencisco Santana Fernandes Carvalho popularly known as Santan Carvalho who expired in Kuwait on 18th of this month. Santan Carvalho was from Raia Salcette, did his schooling up to Matriculation at St. Joseph’s High School, Arpora, Bardez
AIRPORT AT MOPA – A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY FOR CUTS, COMMISSIONS AND KICKBACKS by Nisser Dias
Sunday - Jan 20, 2013
This week we saw the formation of a new group ‘Goemkar’ to save Dabolim airport for civilian use. The core group led by Fatorda MLA Vijay Sardessai as its convenor is seeking support of the Goan masses to fight the government to retain the existing airport, but is quiet on the issue of opposition of an airport at Mopa.
MANOHAR PARRIKAR A SUPER FLOP AS HOME MINISTER by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Jan 20, 2013
While in the Opposition my friend Manohar Parrikar repeatedly demanded the resignation of the then Home Minister Ravi Naik on account of the spate of crimes. Today he is over ten months as Chief Minister also holding the Home portfolio and the crime levels have shot over the roof. Murders, rapes and thefts have become the order of the day. How does the Chief Minister justify this now?
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