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Monday - Oct 19, 2015
Goa was rightly christened as `Rome of the East’. Its glorious sunshine, golden sands, verdant tropical fields, azure rivers, streams and lakes and sylvan forests and hills beckoned tourists from near and far to visit this abode of the Gods to bask in the lap of Mother Nature. Today, however the scent of the lure of lucre is intoxicating its rulers and government to indulge in the rapacious concretisation
Monday - Oct 19, 2015
Villagers of CAC: Let the "ROAD OVER RAIL" [ROR] be the most need of the hour to SAVE precious lives/TIME. Napoleon the great said 'I came, I saw and I conquered.' Many MLAs even former Chief Minister of Goa Digambar Kamat visited our village, they came, saw & did nothing on the subject ROR was the dream project of late Sir, Matanhy. So much so he froze his property with sole aim to have ROR
Is Panjim A Race Course For A Smart City? by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Monday - Oct 19, 2015
In what way can the cycle race conducted by MLA of Panjim, Sridarth Kunkolienkar around the Panjim city can help in planning SMART CITY of Panjim? What kind of awareness is this for a SMART CITY? It appears to me a cheap publicity. Cycle race was conducted from Divya circle at Patto to Gaspar Dias, when actually Panjim roads are in deplorable condition. Luckily the cycles reached up
The Calculated Risk Of Goa Government by Nixon Fernandes
Monday - Oct 19, 2015
The BJP in Goa finally did the inevitable it released both political prisoners one after another, what a lovely coincidence, one for its "so called good behaviour" and second in the form of Bail being accepted the fourth time. Well is it a coincidence or a calculated risk the government
Open Letter To Goa Bishop by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Sunday - Oct 18, 2015
Everything is not going well in some of your Diocesan Schools. In my neighbourhood Diocesan School, the school management under the supervision of the Church Pe. Vigar who is also the principal of the school, issued “Raffle” lists in aid of the projects of the Parish school. Each list costs Rs. 210/- and these lists are distributed to collect the money thru the students.
Politicians Should Lay Their Hands Off The Judiciary by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Oct 18, 2015
Justice V.R. Krishna Iyer had said “Even so, the creed of judicial independence is our constitutional ‘religion’ and, if the executive use Article 222 to imperil this basic tenet, the Court must ‘do or die’ So the Supreme Court of India has rightly nixed the National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) which was proposed by the Narendra Modi government to craftily encroach and undermine the independence
Writer's Block by Joao Barros-Pereira
Sunday - Oct 18, 2015
Rabindranath Tagore is the only Indian to win the Nobel Prize for Literature. In pre-Independence India, when he felt the British government was not living up to the high ideals of European tradition which he admired greatly he returned his knighthood because of the mass killings of Jalianwalla Bagh. The language of reason had given way to violence. In our time, Khushwant Singh, an eminent novelist, doyen of Indian journalists and historian of the Sikhs returned the Padma Bhushan when the Indian army raided the Golden Temple in Amritsar. The language of reason had given way to violence.

Arundhati Roy, a winner of the Booker Prize, the second most prestigious award after the French prize, is a thorn in the foot of the Indian government as she has been repeating at frequent intervals how India is no longer a democracy. She is unlikely to receive an award from the Indian government. And while what she has been saying is not entirely true, dark clouds no doubt have been been gathering over Indian democracy. Now it is raining
Times Debate On Beef Statement Made By Cm Of Haryana Manohar Lal Khattar With Arnab Goswami by Floriano Lobo
Saturday - Oct 17, 2015
Khattar's statement which went viral on this debate: QUOTE If Muslims want to eat beef, let them leave the country UNQUOTE: [What bloody else can be expected from an RSS appointee/] General consensus that has been reached in this vitriolic debate is that Khattar should either apologize to the Minorities
Friday - Oct 16, 2015
The recent spurt of Sahitya Akademi awardees returning their awards left, right and centre has left the BJP Government at the Centre in a tizzy, even if they'll never admit it. The prime reason BJP backers like Anupam Kher, Chetan Bhagat and others are mocking the awardees for their action is perhaps linked to the fact that no one knows which way the wind is blowing in Bihar. So, the earlier you can
Friday - Oct 16, 2015
This is with reference to our honourable CM Laxmikant Parsekar’s comment as stated by Alina Saldanha that her environment and forest portfolio was been taken away as BJP workers, colleagues and MLAs were unhappy with her as she did not listen to them. And as rightly stated by Mrs Saldanha that if a portfolio is allotted and then withdrawn, the concerned individual must know what is lacking in her
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