Tuesday, March 28, 2017
The Winds Of Change In Goa – by Nixon Fernandes
Friday - Jul 22, 2016
Goa is changing not only externally but also internally yes externally its now becoming a concrete jungle well there are two things that go simultaneously develop and destroy in order to build Goan greenery is getting the beating what was once a beautiful green Goa is now turned into
Herald, The 'Voice Of Goa' Now Strangulates Whistle-Blowers – by Mayabhushan Nagvenkar
Thursday - Jul 21, 2016
After its paid news and shady advertising tactics were exposed thanks to the ‪#‎JackpotJournalism story, Herald has now filed a complaint with the Goa Police Crime Branch Cyber Cell, in which they have tried to implicate me in a data theft and hacking case. From a media organisation which uses terror
Goans Killed By Indian Troops 1961-62 – by Franco Fernandes,Chorão
Wednesday - Jul 20, 2016
Vasco Vieira Garin, Portuguese Representative to the United Nations, 18th December 1961 “What is important and most pressing is a cease-fire and withdrawal of Indian troops from Portuguese Territory, because people are being killed in Goa by the Indian Invaders”
Tourism Minister Dilip Parulekar Shunts Officer For Not Towing His Corrupt Line – by Aires Rodrigues
Wednesday - Jul 20, 2016
Goa’s very tainted Tourism Minister Dilip Parulekar who is well embroiled in a string of illegalities including the infamous Serula Communidade land grab case and the Multi crore beach cleaning scam now finds himself entangled in yet another controversory
Undeserving Award For Panjim – by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Tuesday - Jul 19, 2016
Centre awarding Panjim as cleanest city among Alappuzha, Mysuru by Science and Environment it shows their level of assessment because we all know that Panjim is not fit for the award. Therefore how we can trust such organisations for their reports in future, CCP Mayor Surendra Furtado continuously fighting badly for the funds from the local government on urgent basis to remove mud, debris from building constructions including garden waste, coconut leaves, plastic and other food packets etc. accumulated all over the footpaths and open grounds in the city is finding helpless as the Commissioners.

MLA’s of Panjim and other government bodies do not even give him any cooperation and support resulting heavy breathing and allergy problems to the residents in the city. Under such conditions there is no dumping site yet available or identified. There are sites especially at St. INEZ CREEK where migrant population
Pile Up Of Cases In Courts – by Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Jul 18, 2016
On International Justice Day we need to be concerned of the fact that in a small State like Goa there is a very huge pendency of cases. As on 31st May this year a whopping 60418 cases were pending at various Courts in Goa. Of these 2164 cases have been going on for over ten long years while 7414 cases dragging on for over five years. 1618 cases pending are involving Senior citizens
Let It Be FC Casino – by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Jul 17, 2016
Goa and Goans should boycott the football outfit FC Goa if it is taken over by Casino Tycoon Jaydev Modi whose treacherous Casinos have already done irreparable damage to our once beautiful State and reduced it now into a gambling, prostitution, drugs and crime hub. Jaydev Modi should not be allowed to misuse the name of Goa in his devious new adventure but can rechristen his team
Vijay Sardesai Should Not Rejoin Congress – by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Sunday - Jul 17, 2016
In today’s Herald dated 17.07.16, in his interview with Herald, MLA from Fatorda Constituency and a stalwart of the newly formed Party “Goa Forward”, Vijay Sardesai declared saying “I CANNOT GO BACK TO THE CONGRESS”. Well said Vijaybab and you should not go back. It is not you who need Congress to gain power back but just the opposite. As a face saving device and
Attractive Benefits Lured Goans To UK – by Jose Maria Miranda
Sunday - Jul 17, 2016
With Britain’s impending exit from European Union, thousands of our fellow Goans, living in UK with a Portuguese passport, will, sadly, be deprived of most benefits made available to them, thus defeating the very purpose of their stay there, if at all they are allowed to remain
Brown Scapular:  A Sign Of Love For Mary – by John Malvino Alfonso OCD
Saturday - Jul 16, 2016
The Mother Church celebrates the feast of Our lady of Mount Carmel on 16 July every year. Our Lady of Mount Carmel is the patroness of the Carmelite Order. For the Carmelites, this feast is of great importance. The feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel was instituted in thankfulness to Mother Mary around the year 1386. She had bestowed many favours and blessings on the Carmelites
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