Tuesday, August 22, 2017
Goans Will Empathise With The Sad Saga Of TCP – by Diana Pinto
Monday - Apr 18, 2016
I am sure that most Goans will empathise with the sad saga of TCP and Health Minister Francis D’Souza’s perceived marginalisation and invalidation in the BJP – which is the party of his choice, because it is almost a parallel to the story of Goa’s luckless citizens. Just like the Minister of Health, Goans too
Of Course, We Can – by James Monteiro
Sunday - Apr 17, 2016
After trudging along four labourious years, tired and weary we are all set to enter the last and final lap of the incumbent government. Tired and weary and disgusted and fed up of the coconut grass sham, of the arrogance in promoting DefExpo and heli-tourism, of the raping of the environment, of exploitation of Mopa and Tiracol landowners
Gaunkars And Comunidades Of Goa To Remain Free From State Landlordism – by Floriano Lobo
Sunday - Apr 17, 2016
“The Gaunkars of respective Comunidades of Goa have reason to enjoy today the benefits of their regained ‘Sovereignty’ ages before the concept of any State vesting with such Sovereignty ever came to be conceived. That as of 15.04.1961, the Gaunkars and the Comunidades of Goa remain free from the concept of
Few Third Class – by Father Saluzinho Vaz
Saturday - Apr 16, 2016
I have been slowly revealing the very few third class people of Murida, for a reason on purpose, the ones who would habitually trouble every priest for quiet many years now. Knowing their class reveals the class of our Archbishop Filipe Neri Ferrao of Goa and Daman, for it is with such of those very few third class people, who are basically roadside drunkards, that the Archbishop
We Will All Depart But Goa Must Live – by Aires Rodrigues
Saturday - Apr 16, 2016
Thank you all very much for your kind good wishes on my new Avatar. My life has been an open book and over the last 40 years raising issues against the illegalities of successive government has not been an easy task. Truth hurts but it is only truth that will always ultimately prevail. In the issues that I have raised over the last four decades it has never been personally against
Double Engine Ferries Will Solve Problem Says Dhavalikar – by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Saturday - Apr 16, 2016
The moment Casinos came to exist in Mandovi River, our ferries were ill-treated by the Government with step motherly treatment. Even during Portuguese time the ferries had two engines in case one engine fails. These ferries were safe to cross the rivers. At times there were some problems but they were not so
The Kudd Life: Bombay’s Mini Majordas, Calangutes PART 3 – by Humaira Ansari
Friday - Apr 15, 2016
In her 1958 thesis, The Cudd System: A Study of Goan Club life in Bombay, former journalist Olga Valladares writes how kudd members would return from work in the evenings and go for walks or sit around ‘smoking, chatting with fellow-members, till it was time for Rosary and bed’.
Fishing In Troubled Waters – by João Barros-Pereira
Friday - Apr 15, 2016
Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a life time! Unfortunately, when it comes to fishing in troubled waters there is no shortage of volunteers. Some claim the MOI for elementary education should be a vernacular language based on the universal principle. If so, it applies to everyone who goes to school, government
Friday - Apr 15, 2016
For the BJP, the MOI issue is about political survival; for the RSS it is about the power to influence young mind Four years after the BJP was formed at the centre in 1980, a young schoolteacher in Mandrem rooted in RSS ideology, set about cobbling together a core group to kick-start the party in Goa. Where else would he look but in the local shakhas of the RSS he had set up himself?
BJP - A Snake In The Grass – by Nixon Fernandes
Friday - Apr 15, 2016
The political parties has started creating awareness about the things the govt. has not done in the past four years and also govt. is beating its chest about its achievements. A closer look will get the picture clear as to if this govt., was people friendly or corporate friendly whether it supported the common
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