Thursday, June 29, 2017
The maintenance has been completed and now the Niz Goenkar website is up and running fine. Thank you for bearing up with us - Editor
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’
Goa Portuguese consulate staff transferred illegal funds, finds ED – by Devika Sequeira
Tuesday - May 30, 2017
Panjim: The enforcement directorate (ED) has found evidence of illegal transfer of funds by an employee of the Portuguese consulate in Goa. Acting on a complaint against Luis Felipe Norte, a Portuguese national and a technical specialist in the consulate, the ED's investigation found that
Mayor’s Misplaced Priorities For Panjim City – by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Monday - May 29, 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
Manohar Parrikar’s Now Enslaved & Caged Parrot Is Yet To Respond To The Below Letter – by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - May 28, 2017
I write this with a heavy heart, a very heavy heart indeed! But, I have no choice … Having been your friend, in speaking out I may be hurting you, your two MLAs Jayesh Salgaonkar, Vinod Palyekar and our common friend Rohan Khaunte, but by maintaining silence I would be hurting thousands of Goans across Goa and
The Incohesive Manohar Parrikar Government Stalled – by Aires Rodrigues
Saturday - May 27, 2017
Very deviously and through sheer political hara-kiri of the highest order, Manohar Parrikar disgracefully on 14th March this year usurped the Goa Chief Minister’s chair. It’s over two long months and Manohar Parrikar has been unable to complete the distribution of portfolios and appointing heads of
Power Thefts – by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Saturday - May 27, 2017
I am happy that the present power minister Pandurang Madkaikar needs to be congratulated for trying to seal one major hole from the Electricity department on power thefts. Once this hole is closed hopefully the consumers will be able to get somewhat stable power supply. If it is successful I may request the Minister to continue his good work and I will list out more loopholes
Swachh Bharat Abhiyan Only A Display Of Too Many Brooms – by Aires Rodrigues
Saturday - May 27, 2017
On 2nd October 2014 the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan was launched across the country amidst much fanfare. High expectations were raised but the cleanliness drive has however remained a mere paper tiger with the campaign miserably faltering while crores have been poured down the drain only promoting Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP. Even in a tiny State like Goa it has been a total failure as garbage continues to be mounting and accumulated all over. The situation is only worsening and has infact reached a point of crisis
Notorious Goan Roads – by Nixon Fernandes
Friday - May 26, 2017
Today Goan roads are termed as killer roads in India, in the past few months many accidents have taken place on Goan roads and many of them being fatal in some cases families have been wiped off, it’s not only those who drive but even bystanders are getting killed as we have seen in the past month how almost an
Help My Husband – by Rita Fernandes
Thursday - May 25, 2017
My name is Rita, aged 35 originally from the village of Ibrampur in Goa. My father cultivates bananas and rears goats for a living. To make ends meet, I worked as a domestic help for few years before I married my husband Succor in 2007. Succor was employed as a driver to an Arab family in Kuwait. I live in
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