Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Will Luizinho Come Clean Before Leaves His Chair? by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Tuesday - Oct 13, 2015
Quite a long time people of Goa were wandering the role of Luizinho as party President of Goa Congress, which has failed miserably to bring it up. Many people are still in dark to know what exactly are the reasons, some think that could it be that BJP have warned him that he might face inquiries on the Cortalim Keserval Motels including his assets and others in Congress were after his blood
Will Someone Ask The Goa - BJP? by Dr. Oscar Rebello
Tuesday - Oct 13, 2015
The murderous beef ban brigade is having a free run in the country with even our otherwise eloquent supreme leader mouthing some meandering platitudes on the issue. But since we live in this blighted land called Goa we demand to know from our elected government who we foolishly, indeed criminally supported what are the freedoms we enjoy here, in Goa without getting killed, lynched or bludgeoned to death
I’m A Hindu And I Reject Hindutva by suchitra krishnamoorthi
Tuesday - Oct 13, 2015
I am like most other urban Indians. Apolitical. Or non political. A novice. An outsider. But a well wisher. Because I love my India. And like most other urban Indians, other than election time, when we dutifully go and cast our votes silently, politics has no impact on our lives. Yes we gasp over scams and
Bharat Mukti Morcha Meeting by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Monday - Oct 12, 2015
BHARAT MUKTI MORCHA an all India organization looking after the interest of the common people to get justice for them, organized its Meeting on 8th of this month at T.B. Cunha Hall, Panjim, at 3.30 PM with the attendance of hall-packed crowd where speakers after speakers voiced their disgust over the exploitation of the commoners by the top class of people. Special mention was made
Alina Please Resign by Arwin Mesquita, Colva
Monday - Oct 12, 2015
Many of us had the feeling that Alina Saldanha should resign from the anti- Goan builder/miner friendly corrupt BJP Government. The only reason we were not fully asking for it was because, the Forests and Environment ministry was with her and she could stall Goa's destruction to some point
Convict Pacheco Managed To Influence Jailor And IGP Of Prisons Or Is It Money? by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Monday - Oct 12, 2015
This convict Pacheco who managed to influence the jailor as well the Inspector of General of Prisons Elvis Gomes was expected and very smartly the duties were allotted to him to work in the jail bakery which shows the involvement and plan to give remission which is a pre- requisite for a grant
The RTI Act Completes A Decade But Yet To Be Strengthened  by Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Oct 12, 2015
Panjim: The Right to Information Act which came into force on October 12th 2005 is now a decade old. The Right to Information Act was enacted to ensure transparency and accountability in governance. But the manner in which the government is subtly subverting the Right to Information Act is a matter of concern
Bakery And Not Politics May Now Be The Way Ahead For Mickky Pacheco by Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Oct 12, 2015
The pre-mature release of convicted Nuvem MLA Mickky Pacheco only reaffirms that Goa is well entrenched in jungle Raj. It also confirms that the jail officials including the Inspector General of Prisons Elvis Gomes were heavily bribed to manipulate and fabricate the records to ensure Mickky Pacheco’s illegal release.

As good behaviour and discipline are the pre-requisites for grant of any remission days against the jail sentence, Mickky Pacheco was not entitled to any remission days as he was at the jail documented for acts of indiscipline in refusing to wear the jail uniform with even his privileges curtailed. The mysterious formula
Sunday - Oct 11, 2015
Goa, the former Portuguese colony and a Catholic stronghold in western India, has for the first time this century shown a marginal increase in the Christian population. Religion-based data for the 2012 census released last month shows an increase of 6,560 Christians within the past decade
Unhappy And Jobless, Goans Were Forced To Migrate by Jose Maria Miranda
Sunday - Oct 11, 2015
I am returning to this, my fortnightly column, after a gap of nearly two months. A tour of Europe kept me away from Goa, which I cannot really keep out of sight for long and surely never out of mind. The eagerness in meeting old friends and seeing how much some cities had developed since I last saw them
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