Saturday, April 29, 2017
Friday - Oct 30, 2015
The jet fighter training and the MIG 29K training are the chief reason for the time slot block at Dabolim / INS Hansa. Here's a few interesting articles on the Navy's plans: 1. Anyone who's been to Dabolim recently would have noticed that at peak times, there is a shortage of apron space for airplane parking. There is also a desperate
Wednesday - Oct 28, 2015
The concern if at all ought to be whether there are "good journalists," as opposed to "good writers" and those who write well. Although a journalist writes, there is a difference between the two forms, which further get divided. Writing, does not make anyone a writer in the sense of say, a Jose Saramago! Some journalists have great skills/ are superlative, but the operative word is some
Independent Journalism; I Am My Own Paper by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Wednesday - Oct 28, 2015
Everyone knows that many reporters are fed up with certain Editors in Goa, but continue to work with these publications because they have to earn their living. Herald reporters are on the verge of leaving and many have left. The same scenario is seen less in Times of India and Navhind Times. That shows that there is some Salazar rule in journalism and corruption. Once these people leave, they join other
Ex-Superintendent Of Police Pimp Arvind Gawas And His Atrocities On Fellow Officers by Joe Lopes
Wednesday - Oct 28, 2015
Straight Bold and Gutsy Person like me was been targeted by people who couldn't handle my personality. I had multiple cases which were lodged by my own enemies who use to be physical with me for no faults. Couple of my enemies got assaulted while defending myself from their attacks as well as in scuffle too
Mr CM, Time To Walk The Talk by Aires Rodrigues
Wednesday - Oct 28, 2015
This is Vigilance Week and while Goa has been conveniently kept without the promised Lokayukta, Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar has been only sermonizing on the need of uprooting Corruption. It is time the Chief Minister first gets his own Ministers and MLAs, some of whom are awfully corrupt to take the pledge. May be he should also give an earful to the likes of his own brother-in-law
Open Letter To Fatima de Sa by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Wednesday - Oct 28, 2015
Reference to the Interview in HCN couple of days ago with the Editor Danik Herald Publications I would like to state as under; I can very well understand you praising late Dr. Willy D’Sousa, your mentor; we fully know that without him, you will be nowhere. But I am appalled by you unstinted support for Mr. Parsekar Chief Minister of Goa, who as a teacher has destroyed Goa University and undermined
Lawyers Of Goa Owe Their Services For Public Related Cases Affecting Motherland Goa by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Wednesday - Oct 28, 2015
The term of Dr. Satish Shetye Vice Chancellor of Goa University was to end on 25th October, 2015 as he attained the age of 65 years, which presently is the date of his superannuation. Our respected Governor of Goa had requested him to retire as per Goan University statutes presently in force
The Man Who Sold Goa To India Now Demands Independence For Cabinda by By Bendo Juze
Wednesday - Oct 28, 2015
I hear many Goans say that former president of Portugal Mario Soares. Should be thanked for creating provisions whereby Goans can get Portuguese passports and settle in Europe. Has Mario done us a big favour? In reality Mario Soares may have done this with vested interests. Possibly knowing about the dwindling population of Portugal he may thought that Goans from Portugal’s
Corruption In Journalism In Goa? by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Monday - Oct 26, 2015
I wonder that there are no new good writers in Goa? What I see is that all the time writers like Adelmo, A.P Nazareth, Pachu Menon, Michael Vaz etc., are seen publishing their letters in the Letters to the Editor column, mostly in all the daily papers in Goa, and others writers names rarely appears. What could be the reason?
Goan With The Wind - by Lisa Monteiro & Andrew Pereira
Monday - Oct 26, 2015
It's not easy trading sunny Goa for frigid Europe but rising unemployment and an uncertain economy have prompted many Goans to dig up their roots to claim the golden ticket - a Portuguese passport. But it's rarely Portugal, whose economy has been in the doldrums, that's their final destination - it's usually the UK.
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