Friday, April 28, 2017
Manohar Parrikar Is In Clear Contempt Of The Supreme Court – by Aires Rodrigues
Thursday - Apr 6, 2017
By making it public that on the liquor ban order he is waiting for the Supreme Court bench to change, Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar is in clear and rank contempt of the Supreme Court. That too, coming from the mouth of the Chief Minister of a State is even more damning. What does he
Brand Of Politics Creates A Brand Of Politicians – by Floriano Lobo
Wednesday - Apr 5, 2017
When Goa opened up the day's newspapers, today [4 April,2017], what becomes apparent is the brand of politics that we have in GOA and the brand of politicians it has created, with Viswajeet Rane all set to become a minister in the Goa BJP's cabinet, a staunch Congressman, having resigned as the Congress MLA for reasons that Congress could not form the government where he could be a minister. This clearly shows the mindset of this opportunist, that he is in politics to WIN and only WIN and be on the rulling side, Goa and its issues be damned. This also shows that the people of his constituency who are supporting this move of his are just lolipops in his hands with no brains to to think otherwise but go along with what their leader says and does. This also clearly shows that the bulk of the people of Valpoi Constituency are just sheep to be herded in this camp or that where the fodder is amply available, mainly for the master. In addition, we say that we are the world largest DEMOCRACY. Isn't this a cruel joke???
Widened Roads Are Good Unlike Dona Paula To Miramar – by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Tuesday - Apr 4, 2017
Vehicular traffic coming from Bambolim to Dona Paula, the roads have been widen and are so good and not like the one from Dona Paula to Miramar ( I called it jumping road) but still accidents are taking place. It is pity that many youngsters dies with no reason at their own but mainly due to the bad planning of dividers and their gaps/slots. I have brought this to the notice of PWD authorities
Can Any Of These Local Editors Answer My Question? – by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Tuesday - Apr 4, 2017
I do not understand once the Chief Minister announced Ministership and portfolios to their BJP candidates I suppose they have to fulfill their full tenure/TERM until the next reshuffling or changes takes place as per their performance. Now I hear a different story that one of the GFP Minister may
For Goa To Move Forward The Devious Manohar Parrikar Must Go – by Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Apr 3, 2017
A senior BJP leader indicates that Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar will drop one of the Goa Forward Minister to make room for a BJP MLA to be inducted into the cabinet. That Goa Forward Minister after being dropped will be compensated with Chairmanship of a very lucrative Government Corporation
Set Back To Parrikar; Kudos To SC And Modi – by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Saturday - Apr 1, 2017
Wait for some time many setbacks will follow up. This one is nothing great; this verdict from SC was required for Goans. Too much alcohol in Goa. Casinos will have to suffer and this the only way to shut them out of River Mandovi...Who will be most unhappy man is the President of Goa Liqueur Association Datta Prasad Naik BJP from Taleigão who has number of outlets all over the Goa
Goa Government’s Silence Is Deafening – by Aires Rodrigues
Saturday - Apr 1, 2017
For all its inexplicable inaction, the Goa Government is squarely to be blamed for the predicament being faced by those thousands of bars and liquor stores across Goa on account of that liquor ban judgment by the Supreme Court. It was the bounden duty of the Goa Government to have infact intervened initially while the issue was under consideration of the Supreme Court
Attempt Of Reign Of Inquisition & Demonisation Of Pulpit And The Holy Mass – by Menino Fernandes
Saturday - Apr 1, 2017
Historically Goa is said to have been under the reign of INQUISITION starting from 1560 to 1812, with a little break of only 4 years in between. Terror was unleashed in Goa by the INQUISITORS during that period. The purpose of Inquisition was to punish apostate New Christians and even their
Time To Boycott By-Election In Goa – by Nixon Fernandes
Friday - Mar 31, 2017
Goans are taken for a ride once again by some oxymoron politicians who for their selfish interest wants to resign and contest again thereby further burdening the already debt ridden state of Goa. One Congress MLA has resigned very soon BJP MLA will resign to make way for Mr. Manohar Parrikar and it’s also being rumored that St. Cruz MLA who owes his aligns to his mentor Mr. Atanasio
Goa’s Political Test Is Over, But The Series Is Open – by Radharao Gracias
Friday - Mar 31, 2017
I have never lost a by- election. In addition, never won a general election. That is a record of sorts. I have not contested, since the year 2002. That election is thus my bye-election! There is an occasional urge though, to jump in the fray particularly after watching assembly debates. Then, a little voice tells me. Look here. When you speak, people listen. In addition, applaud
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