Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Authorities Cannot Be Trusted – by Fr. Saluzinho Vaz
Tuesday - Mar 29, 2016
As an individual cannot be trusted, because the tendency to commit a wrong resides within a person and it characterizes any individual, so too it is with any authority, for it contains a group of individuals who form the particular authority in reference
Tuesday - Mar 29, 2016
Panjim: Just how did an activist being held in judicial custody get beaten up in Sada sub-jail? That’s a question that this government has to answer right away. The larger question is whether the government is willing to answer this question. Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar says he is awaiting the report from the prison authorities to decide on the course of action
Tuesday - Mar 29, 2016
The Social Justice Action Committee(SJAC) has announced that it will be approaching the Chief Justice of the High Court of Bombay to demand a judicial probe in the Ravindra Velip Sada jail assault case. The activist body is seeking an appointment with the administrative judge in pursuance of this action
Brutal Attack On Activist Ravindra Velip On Behest Of Goa’s Mining Mafia – by Roger D’Souza
Tuesday - Mar 29, 2016
The brutal attack on an activist Ravindra Velip being held in judicial custody in Sada sub-jail Goa at the behest of Goa's Mining Mafia needs to be condemned and those responsible be held accountable
Inputs For Proper Investigation – by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Monday - Mar 28, 2016
These points may help the Police for investigations on Konkani Song writer Anthony Fernandes who murdered his wife as per the recent news in dailies; 1. Police must make sure how 2 mobiles phones were used to tap the conversation of his wife before she was murdered, all these conversation
Another Cuckoo Over The Nest? – by Claude Alvares
Monday - Mar 28, 2016
Jay Soni lives in Ahmedabad, with father and mother. So he takes this cycle and rides all the way to Mumbai, then Goa. Since my house is open for all souls self-externed from the world slave labour camp, he drops by, stays a couple of days, learns to drink feni, travels to different nooks and corners of Goa, and then, when it's time to move on, gets back on his bike and cycles all the
Let Us Prepare Ourselves For The Coming Of Our Lord – by Father Saluzinho Vaz
Monday - Mar 28, 2016
My trust is in the Risen Lord. Why Did JESUS Fold the Napkin? Do you know why? This is just beautiful. Why did Jesus fold the linen burial cloth after His Resurrection? The Gospel of John 20:7 tells us that the napkin, which was placed over the face of Jesus, was not just thrown aside like the grave clothes. The Bible takes an entire verse to tell us that the napkin was neatly folded
Helping Fraudsters Is Also Unpatriotic – by Jose Maria Miranda
Monday - Mar 28, 2016
Having failed to attract voters in Delhi and Bihar on the plank of so-called “development”, which ignored environmental concerns, and having experienced a real rubbing due to its failure in fulfilling pre-election promises and its active support to the hidden agenda of intolerance, the BJP,
Will The Government Put The Facts Before The Public Domain? – by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Sunday - Mar 27, 2016
Mining activist and Caurem Panch Ravindra Velip on Friday lodged a complaint at Mormugao Police Station alleging that the jail superintendent, prison officials, an MLA, owners of a mining firm and others hatched a criminal conspiracy against him and attempted to murder him in the premises of Sada Sub Jail on Wednesday night which was reported in all the newspapers
BJP Completes Four Years Of Its Misrule In Goa – by Brian James
Sunday - Mar 27, 2016
The BJP government in Goa which assumed power on 9th March 2012 completes four years. It has rightly not celebrated its fourth anniversary as it has nothing to cheer about. All those tall election promises made in 2012 have ended up like China made goods, with neither a guarantee nor warranty
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