Saturday , 27 May 2017


Railways Must Focus On Speed With Safety

ACCORDING to Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu, the Railways have a plan to electrify more than 80 per cent of broad gauge lines across the country in five years. Electrification will reduce pollution. A considerable length of the Konkan Railway route is also going to be electrified and double tracked. Please like & share: Read More »

Unchecked Corruption in Goa’s Panchayats

ELECTIONS to the 190 village panchayats in the state are expected next month. The process of delimitation of wards of panchayats has started and is likely to be concluded in a few weeks. The process for delimitation should have started at least six months before the elections, giving the authorities enough time to follow a proper process and invite objections ... Read More »

Making Goan Women Healthy In True Sense

According to a study, 80 per cent of Goan women from 25-55 years age group suffering from depression get it owing to alcoholism of husbands. Alcoholics tend to neglect their families, which drives wives and children into depression. Please like & share: Read More »

Liberal Ethos Of Goan Society

Subramanian Swamy just loves to be in the news. He imposes himself in situations where the concerned parties have not asked for his participation, assistance or even opinion. He has extreme views on most issues and cannot begin his day without firing a salvo. Please like & share: Read More »

Trump-Like Straight Shot From Nikki Haley

Nikki Haley, the US Permanent Representative to the UN, might be barking up the wrong tree in making US President Donald Trump “proactive” in the resolution of the disputes between India and Pakistan. The Trump administration was “concerned” about the relationship between India and Pakistan and “very much wants to see how we de-escalate any sort of conflict going forward,” ... Read More »

No Racism Here, India Must Act

The Union home ministry and the UP government must take strong steps to reassure the African nationals living in Greater Noida that those who assaulted some of them causing them grievous injuries at Pari Chowk, a popular shopping area, Please like & share: Read More »

A Sober View Of SC Liquor Ban

The Supreme Court, in its explicit order on ban on sale of liquor within 500 metres from national and state highways, dealt a stunning blow to those who were hoping for any sort of relaxation. The order included bars, restaurants and hotels, rejecting Attorney General Mukul Rohtagi’s interpretation. Saresh Lolikar, former advocate general of Goa, too had given similar advice ... Read More »

How To Change Work Culture In Govt Offices

Quite justifiably, the Goa Government Employees Association has resented ‘brief’ suspension of government employees found absent during duty hours. Revenue Minister Rohan Khaunte recently visited the offices of the deputy collector, mamlatdar and block development officer at Mapusa and ordered suspension of 16 employees for two days for being late in reporting for duty or being absent. North Goa collector ... Read More »

Finalise RP 2021 Soon To Prevent Illegalities

TOWN and Country Planning Minister Vijai Sardesai said the Regional Plan 2021, which has been in the making for over a decade, may not be finalized by year-end. Earlier Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar had said in his budget speech that RP 2021 would be finalized by year-end. The two versions have perplexed people. Sardessai’s projection is based on his department’s ... Read More »

Making Drivers Follow Road Traffic Rules

MORE than 21,000 road accidents took place in the state between 2012 and 2016, averaging nearly 4,300 annually in which over 1,500 people died and 10,000 others were injured and public properties worth crores of rupees were damaged. Please like & share: Read More »

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