Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Justice For Bismarque – by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Friday - Jan 8, 2016
Letters been published in some of the section of press today 8th Jan 2016, by Dr. Ferdinando dos Reis Falcao from Margao, who doubts that Bismarque death was accidental drowning or not? Whether he was force to drown or really drown. From day one I have a feeling that Bismarque has been murdered and that there are no proper scientific investigation done so far. Many people have suggested
Parricar Unfit To Be The Defence Minister – by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Friday - Jan 8, 2016
The defence portfolio is the most important portfolio for India when on both the sides India is surrounded by the hostile neighbours; Pakistan is the worst as it came into being to oppose India. Hence, India needs a well versed defence minister to handle the most complicated defensive system. In the history of independent India, only once India lost its war against China because of the
Friday - Jan 8, 2016
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) have to be congratulated on having organized the odd-even number exercise for plying of vehicles in the national capital. The experiment has tested the public’s participation in a mass exercise which required a great deal of preparedness as also been an occasion to assess whether Delhi’s public transport system could cope with half the number of vehicles staying off the roads to reduce pollution
This Government’s Anti-Goan Policies Must Be Challenged – by Jose Maria Miranda
Friday - Jan 8, 2016
In early 2012, when the results of Assembly elections were out, Goans felt that they could say good bye to agitations and relax a bit, with the BJP promising good, corruption-free, efficient and transparent governance and to undo the wrongs committed by the Congress. Nearly four years later, Goans wonder if
Post Pathankhot It‘S Time For Manohar Parrikar To Hang His Boots – by Aires Rodrigues
Wednesday - Jan 6, 2016
The sordid happenings at Pathankhot over the last few days should be an eye opener. India desperately needs a full time, dedicated and competent Defence Minister. The current incumbent who also merrily doubles up as the de- facto Chief Minister of Goa over the weekends has failed to ably lead the defence forces. His priority has been to keep himself embroiled in Goa’s petty municipal and panchayat politics. Manohar Parrikar relishes in inaugurating roads, culverts, all and sundry while lowering the esteem and honor the very high position of Defence Minister entails. Not long ago while Narendra Modi was inking the Rafale fighter jet deal in France his Defence Minister was inaugurating a mobile fish stall in Goa. When Modi went to Russia to sign the chopper deal
Association Of Componentes Of Comunidades – by Floriano Lobo
Tuesday - Jan 5, 2016
Sub: Complaint against wastage and drainage of Consolidated Fund of India as well the Consolidated Fund of the State by fraud of unconstitutional, undemocratic and unauthentic Government in State of Goa.
Breaching The Law Galore – by Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Jan 4, 2016
The BJP government in Goa devises a way to circumvent every possible law. The Supreme Court has prohibited displaying photographs of politicians on government advertisements. The only ones exempted are the President of India, Prime Minister and the Chief Justice of India.
Topsy Turvy World – by Joao Barros-Pereira
Monday - Jan 4, 2016
Recently I read a headline in the media about priests being a spiritual treasure which made me laugh heartily. What is the meaning of spiritual? The color of the cassock, the seriousness of the clerical collar or shiny shoes which we are taught in school shows the character of a person? Maybe theology or God-Logic? For me theology is fiction
Padmashree Remo Fernandes And His False Statements – by Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Jan 4, 2016
he beleagured Pop Star and Padmashree Remo Fernandes is attempting to mislead the Court through patently false statements made in his Anticipatory bail application.The entire contents of Remo Fernandes’s Anticipatory bail application is a loa
Friday - Jan 1, 2016
As we enter 2016 it shall continue to be my firm resolve with added vigour to carry on highlighting any injustice that I see and nothing shall deter me and my commitment in this regard. Fighting injustice is no easy task. One faces a backlash and more seriously the risk of an attempt on one’s life. Over the last 40years of fighting against injustice, nobody has been able to intimidate me.
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