Wednesday, May 24, 2017
BJP Rewards Its Caged Parrot Chief Secretary R.K.Srivastava With A Three Month Extension – by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Jul 3, 2016
While the Government Employees Association has been vehemently opposing any extension in service, the Goa Government has now secured an unwarranted three month extension for its Chief Secretary R.K.Srivastava who was due to retire on June 30th. With the Assembly elections due soon the BJP has chosen to continue with the very pliable Yes-man R.K.Srivastava to enable it bulldoze
Goans Must Challenge This Anti-Goan Government – by Jose Maria Miranda
Sunday - Jul 3, 2016
Brexit, which has upset millions and will affect thousands of Goans in UK, was triggered by the immigration of people from various parts of Europe, particularly from East Europe as also from other parts of the globe including Goa, Daman & Diu. But while the Centre and the State Governments
Salazarsha-I In BJP – by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Saturday - Jul 2, 2016
Once again BJP proved how adamant it is to listen to the public voice when it passed an Ordinance legalizing illegal constructions. The major beneficiaries of this largesse doled by the BJP will be surely the non-Goans who are becoming naturalized citizens of Goa and thus getting a good
BJP A Government For Migrants – by Nixon Fernandes
Friday - Jul 1, 2016
The BJP govt. proved once again that it is for Migrants who have settled in Goa illegally on Comunidades land and it’s not for Goa and Goans. Now to make them the legal owners of the land it’s bringing in an ordinance to legalize the illegal
Retirement Of Lionel Messi – by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Thursday - Jun 30, 2016
The retirement of Lionel Messi from the Argentinian National Soccer Team is nothing but his frustration of kicking the penalty over the bar and not winning any major Trophy for his country like Maradona. As a matter of fact, we must know one thing very well that Maradona was Maradona, he was
Monday - Jun 27, 2016
Recently, a well-known and respected doctor felt that new political entrants were in a quandary with reference to casinos, matka and prostitution. “Who would they appease, those thriving on these activities or those bearing the brunt of nefarious activities?” It is a strange question. Strange because it should actually be addressed to the Congress, who tweaked the rules to allow
Right To Self Determination – by Robert Lindsay, California
Monday - Jun 27, 2016
I have always opposed Indian Imperialism and Colonialism. India cannot even manage itself. Why doesn’t it let go of a few hundred million humans or so? Would that not be easier to manage. Kashmir, Goa, Hyderabad, Andaman Islands, Laccadive Islands etc was never even a part of India in the first place, nor was the North East
UK Referendum Is Just An Exercise Of Freedom To Express – by Patrick De Souza
Monday - Jun 27, 2016
The referendum in my opinion a just an exercise of freedom to express. A lot of local people voted to express their opinion many based on the lead campaign or headlining campaign that the savings made by not paying their share (UK share) of the kitty to fund the EU, returning or being utilized to
Jeanne D'Arc De Cansaulim – by João Barros-Pereira
Sunday - Jun 26, 2016
Amidst the dark, gathering clouds of the on-going monsoon a small dim light of hope is visible on the horizon. The pontoon is gone and the apparition of Jeanne D'Arc is visible surrounded by an army of fishermen and others beating the traditional gumott drum in harmony with their minds and hearts
Goa Will Not Survive Without Goans – by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Jun 26, 2016
When this BJP government assumed office on 9th March 2012 the then Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar had rightly pointed out that Goa’s exploding population needs to be frozen. But this government has done nothing towards achieving this end, except the empty talk on Special status for Goa
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