Sunday, August 20, 2017
Our Freedom Fighters Failed Us – by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Sunday - Jun 12, 2016
Who is responsible for the current ugly happenings in Goa? Surely, if not fully then at least partially the living Freedom Fighters of Goa for not doing enough after the ouster of Portuguese from Goa. It was not the Freedom Fighters who uprooted Portuguese from Goa but the mighty Military power of Bharat though falsely the Freedom Fighters take credit for this. Before going further
Goa’s Chargesheeted Sports Minister Ramesh Tawadkar Must Resign – by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Jun 12, 2016
Goa’s Sports Minister Ramesh Tawadkar who has now been charge sheeted by the Canacona Police must immediately resign and face the trial. Infact it comes as no surprise that Ramesh Tawadkar misusing his Ministerial position has already started intimidating and threatening the witnesses in the case against him.
Nagesh Karmali So Called Freedom Fighter? – by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Saturday - Jun 11, 2016
This gentleman Karmali was residing in my house at Portais Panjim as paying guest in 1970’s along with some of his friends from P & T department. He was a nice person and well behaved man at that time. What made him to change his colours on dual citizenship imbroglio? Why he is after the Fontainhas road which was named after Portuguese heroes. I never realized when did he turned as
Goa To Get Another Yes-Man Chief Secretary – by Aires Rodrigues
Saturday - Jun 11, 2016
To facilitate the further doom and destruction of Goa, the BJP is desperately trying to bring their now ‘Yes man' Parimal Rai as the next Chief Secretary of the State with the current ‘caged parrot’ incumbent due to retire this month end. The tainted Parimal Rai was named by the CBI in the 2010 Commonwealth Games Scam. Is this the Zero Tolerance to Corruption that the BJP has been professing about?
Goans’ Trust Deficit In Their Past And Present Rulers – by Jose Maria Miranda
Saturday - Jun 11, 2016
My last article in support of Aam Admi Party evoked mixed reactions, nearly all, pleasantly, sincere and genuine. The ones unfavourable mostly feared a split in anti-BJP vote. And, to be candid, I accept this as a possibility. However, it is difficult to assess, at this stage, which Party will actually
Let’s End BJP Rule In Goa – by Nixon Fernandes
Friday - Jun 10, 2016
Elections are approaching and the dissent in the BJP and Congress camp is more visible, probably coz due to the just concluded hot summer season or maybe coz of a new entrant in the fray AAP only time will tell. The Congress party of Goa is a sinking ship and that’s the ground reality else how one
Goa DGP Must Pursue His New Mantra – by Aires Rodrigues
Thursday - Jun 9, 2016
The recently appointed Goa DGP Dr Muktesh Chander’s new mantra that quality prosecution will decide future postings of police officers is a step in the right direction. He should begin his mission by examining how a most inefficient Police Inspector Dattaguru Sawant is holding a pivotal position at the all very vital Crime Branch. It should be the endeveaour of the DGP to ensure that his entire force is totally insulated from all political machinations, influences and controls as has been mandated by the Supreme Court.

The Goa Police’s effectiveness, efficiency and legitimacy is currently in question and there is rightly a public perception that the police force have been acting
Are We Goans A Worthy Electorate? – by Freddy Agnelo Fernandes
Wednesday - Jun 8, 2016
The first general elections in Goa were held in December 1963, where the MGP won a slim majority over the United Goans, but with the support of independents the MGP led by the wealthy mine owner Dayanand Bandodkar ruled Goa for a full term. This was the first time Goans tasted the freedom to
Quo-Vadis Miramar-Dona Paula Road? – by Aires Rodrigues
Tuesday - Jun 7, 2016
With the schools having re-opened the students of Sharada Mandir School must have been hoping that the authorities would have during the summer break completed the long pending works of the Miramar- Dona Paula Road. But it was a welcome with debris all over. The concretization of the Miramar-Dona Paula
Goan Food: Food For Thought? – by João Barros-Pereira
Monday - Jun 6, 2016
Is Goan traditional food, as with a lot in Goa nowadays on a spiral decline? It appears no matter what the issue is, the source of all our problems is an evil four-letter word; sorry, it appears to have five; greed.
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