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Tuesday - Sep 29, 2015
Whenever there is a demand for banning the Sanatan Sanstha the argument put forward is that you cannot ban an entire organisation if a couple of misguided individuals are found involved in some clandestine activities! Now if we accept this argument then we just cannot blame Pakistan for the likes of Kasab and others as they are just misguided elements sometimes referred
Nationalism Can Gain With More Matriotism And Less Patriotism by Teotonio R. de Souza
Tuesday - Sep 29, 2015
Since pre-historic times community formation has been a means for survival of the human species against hostile nature and rival groups. Myths and rituals were invented to strengthen the community linkages emotionally. The natural resources were integrated in most myths and rituals in order to develop culture bonds. Such pre- modern notions and practices developed as patriotismSince pre-historic times community formation has been a means for survival of the human species against hostile nature and rival groups. Myths and rituals were invented to strengthen the community linkages emotionally. The natural resources were integrated in most myths and rituals in order to develop culture bonds. Such pre- modern notions and practices developed as patriotism
Goa’s Remains Need To Be Salvaged by Aires Rodrigues
Monday - Sep 28, 2015
We need to laud and salute various persons and NGO’s more particularly the Goa Foundation led by Claude and Norma Alvares for toiling tirelessly over the years in dealing and highlighting issues concerning Goa’s environment and ecology including that illegal mining that ravaged Goa. Their efforts are finally bearing fruit. A ray of hope for the coming generations
No Right Turn In The City Roads by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Monday - Sep 28, 2015
I fully agree what Rui Ferreira from Panjim has said in his letter published in Herald today ( 24.9.2015) . Most of us are daily frequenting the city as new changes been noticed with respect to the ONE WAY TRAFFIC as many new signs board are erected by CCP showing NO RIGHT TURN or ONE WAY or NO ENTRY etc in Panjim roads. Of course we need a good
Government Gets Bullish About Dhirios by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Sunday - Sep 27, 2015
Today ( 24th Sept 2015) , all the newspapers tell us that Dhirios are likely to put in operation as the Government is planning to legalize them on account of our economy getting vanished in this state. My observation in this issue follows
Justice T.S. Thakur May Be The Cure For India’s Ailing Judiciary by Aires Rodrigues
Sunday - Sep 27, 2015
The Senior most Judge of the Supreme Court Justice TS Thakur was in Goa and it was a wealth of information besides an enriching invaluable opportunity hear him speak. The very suave, gentle, affable yet very firm Justice Thakur spoke with command, confidence and mastery on the various issues raised and aptly dissected by him. He articulated from his heart and with a very clear mind
India the Great: A Billion Souls & More by Joao Barros-Pereira
Sunday - Sep 27, 2015
When an Indian politician spoke recently on spirituality he embarrassed not only himself but a lot of people in this country. He expressed his view on the soul of India which he claims is the Gita and said even though he respects the Koran and the Bible, they are not central to India's soul
Tiatr Academy Meet On Late Tiatrists by A. Veronica Fernandes, Candolim
Saturday - Sep 26, 2015
On Monday, 21st of this month, I attended a Meet organized by Tiatro Academy Goa, to mark the birthdays of the yesteryears’ Tiatrists who are no more in this world. They were all born in this month, namely the late Prem Kumar, the late Saby Coutinho, the late Philomena Braz, the late Khoddo Minguel, the late Peter D’Costa, the late Remmie J.Colaco and the late Rosalia Rodrigues
Fanatics Have No Place In Modern Day World by Francisco Fernandes
Saturday - Sep 26, 2015
Dubai's first ruler former Shaikh Rashid and father of the present Ruler of Dubai and PM of UAE Shaikh Mohd was known to be a very lenient and business friendly human. He along with his contemporaries like Mr. Galadari came up the hard way from being traders which was carried on with dhows. Most of the trade was with India those days and even gold was traded it is understood
Is This Man Innocent Until Proven Guilty? by Stephen Dias, Dona Paula
Saturday - Sep 26, 2015
All those who are molesting women at work place must be taken to task. earlier we all were angry for tarun Tejpal editor of Tehelka that he was a molester, and now we see that he was given a memento by francis de Tuem. All the tables have been turned down and he appeared now innocent as most of the politicians says that until they are proven guilty no one can touch them.
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