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NIZ GOENKAR
Tuesday, June 27, 2017
There Can’t Be Two – by Pascoal de Chicalim
Wednesday - Jun 7, 2017
Alfred Rose....M Boyer...Jacint Vaz….C Alvares etc. etc. made a name for themselves in the Tiatr world, they are well remembered for what they have done to the konkani palk. They will be remembered for ages. LORNA is a living legend, her songs are played all over the world again and again, people don't
Is Kashmir Issue Solvable? – by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Tuesday - Jun 6, 2017
The latest hot issue discussed in the media is the issue of severing not only Cricketing ties with Pakistan but also all other sporting ties because Pakistan is playing havoc with India especially in Kashmir by helping the secessionists and terrorists. Firstly, for the Indian Cricketing administrators it is impossible to stop the match between India and Pakistan because millions of rupees
Mayor’s Misplaced Priorities For Panjim City – by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Tuesday - Jun 6, 2017
At first, the idea for a commercial complex to be built by the Goa State Urban Development Agency (GSUDA) in phases at an estimated cost of Rs. 40 to 50 crore on the heritage site (Praca de Comercio) adjacent to 18th June road, Dr. Pissurlekar road and Atmaram Borkar road may seem to be a good one. However, the Mayor has got his priorities misplaced, because the city of Panjim at present is not in need of such a grand complex.

What the capital city urgently needs is to get the St. Inez creek cleaned and restored to its pristine condition, which would take just about Rs. 2 crore at the initial stage. Our priority should be to get rid of all the filth accumulated over a long period of time now. The next priority is the setting up of a garbage treatment plant on the lines of the Saligão garbage treatment plant at an acceptable site, to treat the garbage of Panjim. When the cake itself is being eaten by rats and is rotting and falling apart, what is the point of spending Rs. 40-50 crore on icing for the cake?
Vote For The Right Candidate – by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Monday - Jun 5, 2017
If any non-Goan comes to me for my vote in the coming Panchayat election, with due respect to him, I will tell him, “Why should I vote for you? Are you a genuine Goan? No. Hence, you are not capable to protect the interest of genuine Goans”. These non-Goans do not know the proper language of Goa, history, tradition, culture, folklore and many of the attributes of Goans and
MMC Staff Must Get Traders Into The Tax Net – by Jose Maria Miranda
Monday - Jun 5, 2017
Among the eleven Municipalities existing prior to Goa’s annexation, the Camara Municipal de Salcete was generally headed by men of high intellectual and moral caliber. It goes to the credit of the Portuguese that they never compromised on the moral character and integrity of the people appointed to such positions
Soon Soon Monsoon In Goa – by Nixon Fernandes
Saturday - Jun 3, 2017
The pre-monsoon showers exposed govt. preparedness for monsoon a smart city in the making has been flooded with just mild showers and now the blame game will start or already started as CCP will blame PWD and vice-versa. It just takes one shower and there is a flood-like situation in entire Goa, the civic authorities always wake up after the damage has been done
Demand Sarpanch Name In Advance – by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Saturday - Jun 3, 2017
Campaigning for Panchayat election has been started with fury in our areas by some candidates with the platoon of their supporters. Every candidate is asking you to cast your vote for him. But what is more important in this election is the election or selection of the Sarpanch and precisely because of this it is imperative for the voters to ask any candidate asking you for your vote to name
Am Just Thinking Aloud – by Fausto Visitação Da Costa
Saturday - Jun 3, 2017
Why not such a move in respect of Fr. Bismarque's death. The order of the HC in April 2017 is just an eyewash. If we are sincerely interested in getting justice for Fr. Bismarque then we need to actively take part like these foreign nationals. Back home they have conducted private investigations and filed
Island Of Divar Is Now Goa’s Drug And Flesh Trade Hub – by Aires Rodrigues
Friday - Jun 2, 2017
The very high-handed and cavalier manner in which the current BJP government is heartlessly and mercilessly destroying Goa is a matter of grave concern. It should act as an eye opener to us all. With Goa’s once pristine coastal belt now corrupted and ruined beyond recognition, the hinterland is
India’s Judiciary Is Now In Peril – by Aires Rodrigues
Thursday - Jun 1, 2017
Justice V.R. Krishna Iyer had said “Even so, the creed of judicial independence is our constitutional ‘religion’ and, if the executive use Article 222 to imperil this basic tenet, the Court must ‘do or die’
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