Saturday , 22 September 2018
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Joint Vigil on Spas

With the court orders in 2004, the cubicles where flesh trade thrived in Baina were removed but flesh trade is now spilling out everywhere in Goa. Please like & share: Read More »

No Extra Payment To Private Airlines

VERY rightly the government rejected the budget carriers’ plea to charge for check-in baggage. They have already been charging passengers arbitrarily for even a kg or two of extra weight. And there is no sign of their services improving. Please like & share: Read More »

Fears Among Minorities

THE Archbishop of Goa and Daman Filipe Neri Ferrao has expressed grave concerns over security of religious minorities, and very justifiably. Some time back, a Class XII student of a convent school in Bastar, Chhattisgarh was worried about a ‘whip’ that had been issued instructing students to stop addressing the school principal as ‘Father’ and start addressing him as ‘sir’, ... Read More »

Chasing Militants Out of Myanmar

THE positioning of Myanmar troops near the Indian border clearly suggests India and Myanmar are working together to wipe out the militant groups of the North East, such as the United Liberation Front of Asom (Independent) and the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (Songbijit faction) camping inside Myanmar close to Indian border. Please like & share: Read More »

Crime of Hill Cutting

THE state government has decided to make its revenue officers – deputy collectors, mamlatdars and talathis – accountable for any new constructions or extension of houses made by cutting the slopes of hills. Please like & share: Read More »

Sad Scene for The Country

Little did Pankaja Munde, Maharashtra’s Minister for Women and Child Development imagine that the sweet chikkis meant for poor, malnourished and under-privileged schoolchildren could turn out politically fatally bitter for her. She is now sucked into a whirpool of an alleged Rs 206-crore scam. Please like & share: Read More »

Delightful Epilogue to Dhoni’s Heroic Story

With Dhoni as captain, India’s cricket team has studded its crown with many gems. He still has some international cricket left in him: the country’s cricket would be poorer if he is allowed to go abruptly. He has been one of our best captains. Those who are upset by the recent loss of one-day series to Bangladesh and blame Dhoni ... Read More »

Sleepless Nights For Lalit’s Friends

THE Lalit Modi chronicles are turning darker day by day. After the media expose of the unusual and secret assistance given to the kingpin of the multi-crore IPL betting scam faces by External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje, new revelations have come implicating Buckingham Palace in his support. Emails accessed by the British media have ... Read More »

Promoting Yoga As Made in India

IT was a successful International Yoga Day in India. Among the 35,000 people of all ages twisting, bending and stretching and inhaling and exhaling on the Rajpath in New Delhi was Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Please like & share: Read More »