Monday , 24 September 2018


Glimpses Of Vajpayee’s Life

SAEED NAQVI Aaney wali naslein hum par Fakhr kareingi, hum asaro, Jub unko yeh khayal aayega Humney Atal ko dekha tha (Coming generations will remember us with awe, When it dawns on them that we had actually seen Atal Bihari) (By way of poetic licence I have replaced Firaq with Atal) I can claim a little more. I knew him. ... Read More »


Church Under Cloud In US THE Pennsylvania sex scandal, which has come to light after the report of the grand jury that around 300 priests were involved in sexually  abusing around 1000 children over the past 70 years, is the latest to rock the Church and invite censure of priests and bishops by Pope Francis. Needless to say that the ... Read More »

A Sickening Situation

RUI PEREIRA, NAVELIM HUMAN beings do get sick and obviously they need medical treatment. A sick person is hamstrung by lack of physical strength and vitality. Now how can a sick person take care of healthy human beings? Such is the political scenario in Goa. There are ministers who are sick. Some are receiving treatment in our country and others ... Read More »

Making Sense Of A ‘Weak’ Rupee

AJIT RANADE WHEN the exchange rate between the US dollar and the Indian rupee crossed 70, the headlines screamed “the rupee hits an all-time low”. There is melodrama in such headlines, mostly fueled by the rhetoric of political parties. It is implied that when the rupee “weakens” against the dollar, it is a loss of national prestige and of economic ... Read More »


Battered Kerala’s Cry For Help THE floods in Kerala have caught global attention. Pope Francis has  appealed to the international community to provide “concrete support” to the tens of thousands of flood victims in Kerala calling the deluge a “great calamity”. The floods, said to be the worst in the state this century, has claimed more than 200 lives and ... Read More »

Give A New Lease Of Life To Terror Victims

GANAPATHI  BHAT, AKOLA MANKIND has been affected in the deadliest of manners.  No country is immune from the ravages of terror.  The terrorism has  spread its tentacles  far and beyond, through large and small countries.  That said, for obvious reasons tiny countries have been hit by the devastating effects of terrorism more than big nations.  Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq readily ... Read More »


Goa Should Take Lessons From Kerala Floods Many districts in Kerala are grappling with severe flood situation with many places inundated with water. Please like & share: Read More »

Transforming Higher Education System

AMIT KAPOOR Even as India just celebrated its 71st Independence Day, concerns over honing its human capital come to the fore. These must be addressed if the nation is to seize the opportunity offered by a demographic dividend for sustainable and inclusive digital growth. Please like & share: Read More »


Ensure Regular Water Supply To Adpai Village Residents of Adpai village in Ponda are facing inconvenience due to the non-availability of tap water during day time. Please like & share: Read More »