Tuesday, March 28, 2017
This Letter Written In Blood To Her Excellency Ms. Caroline Kennedy, USA Ambassador – by Andrew Antao
Wednesday - May 4, 2016
This letter written in blood to Her Excellency Ms. Caroline Kennedy, USA Ambassador to Japan. Your father the most respected world leader and US President late John F. Kennedy was very much affected by the invasion of Goa by PM Nehru, it was your father who took the Goan invasion matter to many
Dont Let Your Parents Cry At Your Funeral... Children You Cry At Your Parents Funeral – by Pascoal de Chicalim
Wednesday - May 4, 2016
Enough is enough it's our mistake all the way, it's us parents who should be blamed for every death of our teenaged children. We pamper our children so much that we give our children the motorised two wheeler Devil's to them even though they have not attained the major age to get a Driving licence
Valmiki Naik Opens Up by Francisco Fernandes
Tuesday - May 3, 2016
Today I finally managed to establish contact with Goa AAP secretary Mr. Valmiki Naik. He started by saying that he is very disappointed the way his Goa outfit is being targeted and tarnished unnecessarily. This he said when I suggested to him that he should clear his party's stand on certain issues and assuage the feelings of Goans who felt that AAP in Goa is out to divide Goans and thereby
The Message To The Goans – by GSRP
Tuesday - May 3, 2016
Please vote for ‘YOURSELVES’. Do not make crorepatis out of politicians with your hard-earned tax-money, and, certainly not at the cost of the future of your children. Vote for the fool-proof ‘programme’ that must be written down by political parties for the betterment of Goa and Goans. Check out this
Goa’s Own High Command In Goa – by Floriano Lobo
Monday - May 2, 2016
GSRP is registered with the Election Commission of India, New Delhi, on 31 August, 2000. It contested Goa’s general elections in 2002 with 8 candidates, Taleigao by-elections in 2005, Aldona in 2007, and Aldona +Taleigao in 2012. The Party has also contested the Mormugao Lok Sabha seat in 2014. Up to this time the Party had been content in promoting itself and strengthening its founding resolves, its roots, and, following the Lok Sabha Elections, the Party made a firm resolve that it would come
Campal Stadium Is A Joke? – Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Monday - May 2, 2016
I received a message yesterday (1.5.2016), from a group which was transmitted from sources: RDX Goa; “Parrikar, Parsekar and D'Souza lays foundation stone for football stadium at Campal. Stadium to be completed in 18 months" Fine, although we need development but at what cost. I am sure Panjimites are idiots to accept this kind of stadium which I suppose
Union Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu And Ribandar – by Aires Rodrigues
Monday - May 2, 2016
While Narendra Modi has only been jetting around the world, his ministers alike the boss have been a overall disaster. It has been only loud hollow talk with no delivery. On Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar jaded and skewed performance less said the better. All indications are that he will soon be axed from the Union cabinet. However some of the Ministers who have excelled include
Old Is Not Always Gold – by João Barros-Pereira
Monday - May 2, 2016
Gen. Douglas MacArthur's famous reference to the song 'old soldiers never die they just fade away' may or not be true but no one can challenge this scientific fact: no successful politician will give up his or her throne. As you know, the ego-full-and-overflowing politician has the will to survive, and does so, successfully living to a ripe ole age. How many American presidents
AAP: Clear And Present Danger? – by Jason Keith Fernandes
Monday - May 2, 2016
As is well known, AAP has been projecting itself as a credible choice on the basis of its promise to deliver good, i.e. corruption free governance. The question, however, is whether the AAP should be judged merely by its rhetoric, or should it be examined against a broader canvas?

Recent history demonstrates that electoral decisions determined solely by the theme of corruption have ensured that we have moved from the frying pan into the fire largely because we have failed to examine the politics they practice. Take the example of the Modi government now wreaking havoc across India. Modi was elected to power because so many people, rightly fed up with the Congress, decided that the man was a good administrator and deserved a right to govern the country. Closer home in Goa, fatigue of the never-ending corruption scandals presided over by the Congress enabled the BJP to come to power
Six Months For Father Bismarque Dias – by Dr. Ferdinando Dos Reis Falcao
Sunday - May 1, 2016
This month it will be SIX MONTHS for Fr. Birmarque Dias' death. His body still lies in the morgue. Many activists and many a village Fora protested as it was an alleged Murder, since people knew that Fr. Bismarque was a good swimmer as well as not an alcoholic. The saddest part of it all is that some
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