Monday, January 18, 2021



Farmers’ Sustained Attack On Corporates

RAJDEEP SARDESAI Remember the Hindi films of the 1960s socialistic era when the villain was often the ‘evil’ exploitative...

How Biden Can Deepen India-US Ties

D C PATHAK Prime Minister Narendra Modi was amongst the first world leaders to condemn the assault on democracy...

US: Changing Role Of Indian Diaspora

VAPPALA BALACHANDRAN Vincent Xavier Palathingal, a businessman from Kerala, now living in the United States, has attracted a lot...

Vaccination: People’s Support Key To Success

VENU G S, KOLLAM India will be witnessing the biggest vaccination programme in its history with the nationwide vaccination...


Pages Torn from Rule Book

The elected council of the Corporation of the City of Panaji is going to hold a meeting on Thursday to consider a proposal whether the ownership transfers of shops in the new municipal market complex over the past years should be legalised.


CCP Move on Shops in Market

THIS has reference to the news story ‘CCP may legalise transferred ownership of city market shops’ (NT, December 4, 2012). Most governments first look the other way while all illegalities take place and then after sometime legalise these illegalities.

Different Ways of Paying Tribute


If two innocuous girls from inconsequential backgrounds can freeze into silence, shudder with fear and invite an illegal arrest and confinement from the legal Hand via the threat from the fanatic gang of the Shivsainiks,

Special Attention to Heritage

A seminar on conservation held at the Pilar Theological College on Saturday threw up suggestions for better maintenance of heritage structures. One of the suggestions was for the Archdiocese of Goa, Daman and Diu to set up a heritage cell to co-ordinate and guide restoration. Lack of expertise within the church on this subject was admitted by Archbishop, Rev Filipe Neri Ferrao who also said that the church is more focused on the spiritual aspects and hence allots little time and energy for conservation issues.

No Big Expectations

The National Security Advisor, Mr Shiv Shankar Menon is in Beijing on a two-day visit to engage the new leadership on the boundary question and strategic issues of common interest.


Better Amenities Required at Kala Academy

Bizet’s opera Carmen at Kala Academy was wonderfully executed by the children in exquisite costumes. So was the Yellow River Piano Concerto with children’s voices backing the fireworks tickling

Knowledge Based Sustainable Mining-X

By Nandkumar M Kamat

Tust a few minutes before writing this article, I had to rush out behind my house and join the fire fighters of Goa fire and emergency services to save my garden and residence from incineration, once again, as a five hectare green patch of vegetation in faculty residential colony, Goa University was deliberately put on fire on Sunday afternoon by miscreants.

Unfair to Goa

The Karnataka Niravari Nigam’s decision to restart work on the contentious Khalsa canal at Kankumbi despite an assurance given by the state’s legal counsel, Mr Fali Nariman to the water disputes tribunal hearing the case, is an act of defiance and goes against the spirit of justice and fair play.


IFFI begins in COVID times

The 51st edition of the International Film Festival of India (IFFI) that is in hybrid mode this year, was inaugurated yesterday. NT...

20 Wiki regrets

Frederick Noronha A few days ago, on Friday, January 15, Wikipedia celebrated its 20th birthday. Some youngsters might find...

Suffer the children

Luis Dias To many of us growing up, fado was synonymous with Amália Rodrigues. Apart from one solitary 45...

The New Christian Bramhan Nobiliarchy

Tensing Rodrigues Could it be a mere chance that the new Christian bramhan nobiliarchy that arose within the first...