Tuesday, April 25, 2017
Was 19 December A Blessing Or A Curse – by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Saturday - Dec 19, 2015
Was 19th December 1961 a blessing for Goans or a curse? By all means, Portuguez Raj from Goa should have been ended, I did not want the Portuguese to rule over me and my Goa but neither did I want Delhi Portuguez to rule over me and over Goa. According to my information, a few Goan Freedom Fighters after
28 Crores Received To Float A New Political Party? – By Lutovico Damaciano Ferrao
Friday - Dec 18, 2015
Money to the tune of 28 crores have changed hands in Xatti to float a new political party having an eye on only four constituencies. One member from a prominent group has told another person “1st instalment paulo” (first instalment received). The transaction took place without a cheque or signatures. But the sad part is that this amount has been received by some prominent members of a prominent
Remo Fernandes Once Again Fails To Walk The Talk – by Aires Rodrigues
Friday - Dec 18, 2015
Noted pop singer Remo Fernandes in his songs may be passionately preaching about care and compassion but has time and again miserably failed to Walk all his loud Talk. On 1st December while he was travelling to Panjim with his son Jonah driving very rashly they hit and grievously injured 17 year old Helen D’Souza at Guirim on the Mapusa–Panjim Road. Helen D’Souza who had walked
Goans Were Cheated By Bharat – by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Friday - Dec 18, 2015
Refreshing my memory once again going back to December 1961, it was wintry morning of 18th of that month, at about 6.00 AM. My father was adjusting the flow of water in our field touching the main road about 70 metres away from our house. That particular moment the convoy of Indian Military vehicles consisting of a huge fleet of Jeeps, Lorries and Tanks moving on the road to Aguada
Liberation Of Goa – by Nixon Fernandes
Thursday - Dec 17, 2015
Goa was liberated on 19th Dec 1961 and were included in the Indian territory by the then PM of India. Goans have paid a very heavy price for this annexed of Goa into India. In fact Goa and Goans are still paying the price. The military that came to liberate Goa from the Portuguese rule unfortunately didn't leave and after the liberation stayed back in our beautiful
Father Bismarque’s Body Must Not Be Laid To Rest – By Trevor Telles
Thursday - Dec 17, 2015
This is the single most important discussion we must have, as a people. What we do NOW is going to determine our future and the future of Goa. I understand it must be difficult for the family of dear Fr. Bismarque, however, I feel that his body should never rest until we achieve what he wanted for Goa
Time To Lay To Rest The Mortal Remains Of Our Warrior Fr Bismarque Dias – by Aires Rodrigues
Wednesday - Dec 16, 2015
It is now 40 long days that the decomposed body of our dear friend Fr. Bismarque Dias is languishing in the morgue of the Goa Medical College at Bambolim. The investigation is on into the cause and reasons of his sudden death and must continue till the truth is unravelled. But with the viscera report having been received, his mortal remains are not required for any further examination
Tuesday - Dec 15, 2015
It pains me to put across the authorities of Electricity of Sub-Station Taleigao and Dona Paula area that we residents could not get a continuous electrical supply especially today in view of our Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar who has celebrated his 60th Birthday at Campal parade ground
Learning From The Five Star Hotel Culture – by João Barros-Pereira
Tuesday - Dec 15, 2015
Five star hotel culture has a lot to teach us Goans on how to save our land, and our environment. Aside from illegalities of some 5-star projects and the ubiquitous jumbo swimming pool which is expensive, mostly Bollywood and a pageant for bikini clad foreign and twenty-first century Indian women to strut their stuff it is also a place where Minister Sudin Dhavalikar and his true believers
Closer To Exposing The Murderers Of Father Bismarque Via Private Investigation – by Salus Correia
Tuesday - Dec 15, 2015
The saga of Fr Bismarque’s case continues with a lot of a hue and a cry from some quarters, and none from the others. However, what are we looking at? Do we to date have some concrete evidence that would bring closure for the family and all Goans who have fallen in love with this fallen hero?

After working on different angles of Fr Bismarque’s alleged murder case, we have come to the conclusion that there is a wealth of key information hidden in cell phone data. As some of you may know, cell phones of today leave a trail behind their usage, a trail which we believe can be traced back to the user, revealing the user’s exact location when calls were made. Today our tech team had discussions with the relevant authorities on this subject.
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