Prior to 9/11 the US was lukewarm to the evidence submitted by New Delhi on the role of Pakistan in harbouring terrorists. Osama bin Laden changed all that. Although Pakistan remained an ally, India became important.Read More »
Goa Govt should take over Port
IT seems that the jurisdiction of the Port’s waterfront limits extending up to Siridao in the North and Betul in the South were demarcated during the erstwhile Portuguese regime and the same was blindly accepted while bringing this Port under the Major Port Trust Act after Liberation.
BY KULDIP NAYAR
POLITICIANS often make loaded remarks to convey what they have in mind without spelling it out explicitly. However, when a country’s Prime Minister takes to such an exercise, it means he wants to say something specific but does not like to face the storm it might evoke.
THE dilemma faced by Pakistan in the light of the shocking discovery that Osama bin Laden had been hiding in Abbottabad, probably for the last five years is encapsulated by the following excerpt from an editorial in ‘The Daily Times’ published from Lahore and Islamabad: “Pakistan has found itself in quite an embarrassing situation.Read More »
AFTER watching ‘Dum Maro Dum’ very few would believe if you told them that Goa is not a market or transit point for drugs. Hence, reports that central agencies are attempting to trace the drug money trail is heartening.Read More »
On Osama Killing
THE US and its media have mastered the art of deception and lies and enslaving the minds of people, by making them believe and accept without any critical analysis or findings, their various theories. Be it 9/11, or the ‘weapons of mass destruction in Iraq’, which till date has not been proven by the US.
BY GEOFFREY MALONE
IN the Sunday mid-night sweep American forces succeeded in eliminating the dreaded terrorist leader Osama bin Laden hiding somewhere near Islamabad.Read More »
Nearly a decade after two commercial airplanes were rammed into the twin towers in New York, the mastermind behind the terrorist attack that killed about 3,000 US citizens, Osama bin Laden was killed in a hideout in Abbottabad in Pakistan.Read More »
Burial Ground for Pets
THIS is with reference to the letter ‘Pet Cemetery’ by Mr Adelmo Fernandes (NT, May 2). What happens to animals or for that matter pets after they die is not known.Read More »
BY NANDKUMAR KAMAT
DESPITE rapid physical development, the ecological future of Taleigao is in peril. One doesn’t see any respect for natural resources, green belts, wildlife habitats, biodiversity, shallow aquifers, pre-existing natural storm water drainage system or hydrography of Taleigao.Read More »