Monday, August 21, 2017
Friday - Dec 28, 2012
To all those coming to Goa for the Christmas week, and especially for Sunburn.
Since most of you go totally crazy the moment you set foot in Goa, I thought it would be prudent to put together an instructional manual. Let’s call it Goa for Dummies. Because honestly, if you’re coming to Goa in December, for Sunburn, when Goa is at its worst, you ARE a dummy
GANGRAPE, FUTILITY OF OUR LAW, INEFFECTIVENESS POLICING by Nisser Dias
Thursday - Dec 27, 2012
The country is gripped with rage, anger and fury at the brutal gangrape of 23 years old physiotherapy student in the national capital 11 days back. This inhumane incident has rocked the very foundation of Democracy and has exposed our scant respect for women, futility of our law
NEW YEAR VISION: by Francis Sequeira.
Wednesday - Dec 26, 2012
The New Year will come with its tidings and forebodings. There is no escape from the future until we are alive. We are all moving today on a one way trip to tomorrow. There is no looking back. We live in the present and God willing will survive in the future for as long as it is possible.
BRINGING HOME THE PRODIGAL SONS & DAUGHTERS OF GOA by Joao Barros-Pereira
Wednesday - Dec 26, 2012
If the government is serious in its pronouncement of bringing back NR Goans and their children then they have to show us a plan. Otherwise it is a sentimental and irresponsible statement of the Deputy Chief Minister of Goa. I do not for a moment doubt his sincerity but there has to be a proposal, a plan.
GOA IN 1778 by Franco Fernandes, Chorão
Tuesday - Dec 25, 2012
By 1776 Mysore to the south of Goa had become angry with the large number of Índian Catholic converts in North & South Canara. They viewed the Portuguese Missionaries as agents of the Portuguese Government. In 1775 Haider Ali the ruler of Mysore expelled all Portuguese Missionaries from Mysore & Coastal
Monday - Dec 24, 2012
Every tourist that comes to Goa speaks of our beautiful State and its culture at length. But as for us, we can’t help but see the real side of it. How it has changed, not for the better, over the years. After the liberation of Goa, we can still see the Navy and Air force occupying major areas of the State. Panjim city is a classic example of army occupancy with their hospital; army vehicles repair facility
WARM FESTIVE GREETINGS by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Dec 24, 2012
Last Christmas Goa was gearing for the Assembly polls. On Christmas day I got a call from Manohar Parrikar wishing me Merry Xmas. It was a very cold call and almost mechanical. Maybe it was just one of those thousand calls he made that day to other voters of his constituency. This Christmas he does not need to make any such telemarketing type calls
MANOHAR PARRIKAR A SILENT AND CUNNING CROOK AMONG THE CORRUPT POLITICIANS by Menino Fernandes
Monday - Dec 24, 2012
If Goans are under the impression that the have got a clean chief minister then they are in big shocking surprise of their lives. Because the man they elected and took over as a chief minister is and was nothing short of a biggest crook and thief in collaboration with the rest of the corrupt rulers of Goa
MOTHER GOA CALLING HER SONS AFTER BEING CAPTURED FOR 51 YRS RELEASE HER FROM CAPTIVITY AND BONDAGE by Oscar C. Lobo
Saturday - Dec 22, 2012
On 19 December 2012, the intruder with the help of FREEDOM FIGHTERS (FF) to Goa completes 51 years of DECEPTION, MANIPULATION, CORRUPTION etc all. The alliterations can go on!. Many in Goa will celebrate today the so called LIBERATION DAY - A FIGMENT OF THEIR IMAGINATION.
CM AND CORRUPTION by Adv. Aires Rodrigues
Thursday - Dec 20, 2012
On what basis does Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar claim that corruption has come down by 50 per cent? Despite fear of a backlash by this government the complaints at the Vigilance department are mounting. Those having the Chief Minister’s blessings are managing to get the complaints against them shelved in cold storage
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