Friday, March 24, 2017
Remembering Dayanand Bandodkar On His Death Anniversary – by Aires Rodrigues
Friday - Aug 12, 2016
Every August 12th Goa pays homage to our first Chief Minister Dayanand Bandodkar on his death anniversary. Though Dayanand Bandodkar may have initially been for merging Goa with Maharastra, he respected the people’s verdict at the 16th January 1967 Opinion Poll and later with Dr Jack Sequeira as the fiery voice of the Opposition they toiled with a vision and passion towards
2017 Game Changer Election For Goa – by Nixon Fernandes
Friday - Aug 12, 2016
Day by day the govt. is forcing people to come to streets and fight their battle on the ground. The CM of Goa has already done the inevitable by reinstating his brother in law even after he was caught red handed by the ACB. This is a clearly reflection of Mr. Modi and his ‘Achee Din’
Elections 2017 – by Pascoal de Chicalim
Thursday - Aug 11, 2016
Looks like the coming Elections will not be fought to bring any party in power, as of now it looks as if every eligible candidate will fight the elections for himself to win. Nobody is bothered about which party he or she will join, everybody is interested to win for himself. The real Tamasha for
Open Letter To Reginaldo That Alina Talks In The Assembly – by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Wednesday - Aug 10, 2016
I just happened to watch the assembly proceeding today (5th August) where exactly Alina Sandanha, Minister of Science and Technology, was delivering her speech. That was the time when I switched on my TV set, I heard her speaking on garbage issue at Saligão Plant and the segregation technicality
Questions To Election Contestants – by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Tuesday - Aug 9, 2016
Very shortly there will be an election in Goa, some or many from the current 40 MLA’s will either be denied tickets for re-election or many will be kicked out by the electorate including some of the current ministers. Many of them after their failure to get re-elected will fall on the road without
Why Hindus Stopped Eating Beef And Began To Worship Cows – by Professor Dwijendra Narayan Jha
Monday - Aug 8, 2016
There is copious evidence that the Vedic Aryans sacrificed cows and ate beef. In the Vedas there are references to various kinds of sacrifice in which cows were killed and its flesh was eaten. This practise continued in the post-Vedic period, up to the pre-Mauryan period. Gradually, from the
Untrustworthy Congress Party – by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Sunday - Aug 7, 2016
Recently, when the time came for the Congress Party in Goa to take a decision to align itself with other like-minded political parties even by Seat adjustment method, Congress refused to do so. However, during the current Assembly sessions, Congress Party proved to be untrustworthy because the Congressmen have aligned themselves in the Assembly with the other parties to push
The BJP Must Sink For Goa To Live – by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Aug 7, 2016
In 2012 the BJP had promised the moon by way of a Golden Goa and Acche din. But after deceitfully usurping Power it has been a never ending string of U Turns and a misery of reneged promises. Rampant corruption and bad Governance to the hilt with Manohar Parrikar having proved himself as the
Sale Of FC Goa By Salgaocar & Dempo – by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Saturday - Aug 6, 2016
This is in reference to the selling of Shares of “FC GOA" by Salgaocar and Dempo to the Casino owner, Jaydev Mody. With this sale to a non-Goan stranger, the total ownership of FC Goa is now gone into the hands of unknown person who is become highest Stakeholder. I feel sad that the interest of Goa and Goans went into the hands of non-Goans who will never try to fly the flag
Aug 15 Set As Deadline For Repealing Of Mazania Act- H – by Floriano Lobo
Saturday - Aug 6, 2016
That religious sentiments are spilling over to the Azad Maidan, Panjim is a sad day for Goa. When simple worship in a temple, church or a Dargah/Masjid is denied to a common man when s/he feels the need to worship his Gods, and when this situation spills on the streets and public places, the government
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