Tuesday, April 25, 2017
Reduce Debt – by Floriano Lobo
Monday - Mar 20, 2017
A very thoughtful letter indeed. Mr. Barbosa must be congratulated, as this is what Goans must dwell upon. Can one prosper when loaded upto the neck with debts? This leads to dispair and ultimate disaster, the suicide, as we have seen happening with the 'farmers' in India
Manohar Parrikar Has Failed To Walk His Talk – by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Mar 19, 2017
As Leader of Opposition Manohar Parrikar and the BJP had severely criticized the then Congress Government for not giving a cabinet berth to its lone lady MLA Victoria Fernandes. Will Manohar Parrikar now explain as to how he has also not yet inducted the BJP’s lone lady MLA Alina Saldanha in the cabinet?
Saturday - Mar 18, 2017
I refer to my letter “Demarcate village roads!” that had appeared in the form of an article titled “Call for demarcation of village roads” on the business estates page ( refer page 3) of the Herald dated August 27, 2012. Let me link this write- up to events that took place in Goa during the three months prior to the date of the letter and possible events that could take place during the next few months
End Of The Road For Vijai And His Gang – by Aires Rodrigues
Saturday - Mar 18, 2017
The villain of this week Vijai Sardesai is getting further exposed by the day. People are now realizing how the Fatorda MLA fooled Goans with his deceptive slogan of Goem, Goenkar and Goenkarponn which in fact has ended up only as Fot, Foting and Fotingponn. Just two months ago Vijai Sardesai had
Vishwajit Rane First Rat To Abandon The Ship – by Irineu Gonsalves
Friday - Mar 17, 2017
n the last few days we’ve seen a lot of turbulence on the political scene, with GFP coalescing with BJP.Vijai Sardessai’s intention of going with the BJP was known a day before the counting wherein he mentioned about Parrikar as a good administrator and preferred choice for CM if BJP wins. That the dirty tricks department of BJP was working overtime became clear. The BJP political
Friday - Mar 17, 2017
The military is primarily meant to deter or counter external aggression. Unfortunately it is being used increasingly to quell internal misdemeanours, riots and in internal law and order situations along with the paramilitary and police, due political and bureaucratic use of power
Friday - Mar 17, 2017
Goa and Goans were basking that they have finally shown the door to the corrupt and communal BJP even to the extent that their CM lost and their tally was reduced to 13. The only consolation for BJP was more than 50% of its MLAs belongs to minority community, these MLAs were chosen basically coz of their personal charisma and the work that they did in their respective constituencies among others. The Indian National Congress (INC) could manage to increase its tally from 9 to 17 compared
Reckless Decision Of GFP To Join BJP – by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Thursday - Mar 16, 2017
By putting my head down in shame for supporting so openly and so boldly the GFP and especially its mentor Vijay Sardessai, I pen down this piece expressing my opinion on what harm Vijay has done by taking such a reckless decision of joining BJP. To support Vijay, his other 2 elected colleagues
Thursday - Mar 16, 2017
Now a days no one want to sit in the opposition because there is no money. Our Dynamic leader Vijay is a perfect example. These legislators are elected to do the social work and serve the people. But in stead they have changed the system and these scoundrels are only interested to loot and plunder public wealth by getting elected on false promises of serving the people
Goa Gone With Money-Pur – by Rajdeep Sardesai
Thursday - Mar 16, 2017
So, the BJP is set to form the government in Manipur and Goa, adding two more states to its kitty. In both states the pattern is disturbingly similar: a hung assembly where the Congress is the single largest party but just short of a majority, the BJP is a relatively distant second
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