GOA ON A DEEP SLIDE

Today is Goa Statehood day but there is nothing to celebrate about. Goans now  realize the trap they got into by craving for statehood. An illusion gone awfully sour. With statehood the common man has lost but only the politicians have become crorepatis. As a Union territory, we were ably managed with 28 MLAs and […]

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JUDGES SHOULD LEAD BY EXAMPLE

In a move towards transparency and accountability, the Judges of the Supreme Court of India in 2009 began making their assets and liabilities public on the court’s website. However of the current 29 Supreme Court Judges four of them have not yet made their assets public which include Justices  RF Nariman, Abhay Manohar Sapre, Uday […]

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MARGAO JMFC ACQUITS RAILWAY PORTERS FALSELY BOOKED BY NOW CRIME BRANCH INSPECTOR DATTAGURU SAWANT

In a major setback and embarrassment to Senior Crime Branch Police Inspector Dattguru Sawant the Margao Judicial Magistrate First Class Vijayalaxmi Shivolkar has acquitted the two Margao Railway Station porters Mohammed Samsher Alam Sayyed and Mohammed Abass Sayyed who were in 2013 booked by him for allegedly selling substandard helmets. Dattaguru Sawant is the Investigating […]

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GOA NEEDS ALL OUR LOVE AND CARE

Friends, I turn 56 tomorrow and could only reach this far because of your blessings and love. Giving due consideration to the wishes expressed by many of you, I have decided to cancel, my plans to practise Law in Mumbai, Pune and Delhi. I will instead remain with you and continue my mission to safeguard […]

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NARENDRA MODI’S TWO DISMAL YEARS AS PM

The Narendra Modi government is completing two years and has failed on all counts while throttling even basic democratic values. The foul modus operandi of high-handedly destabilizing elected governments in non-BJP ruled states must be stoutly deprecated. The right lessons must be learnt from Uttarakhand. India may be publicly acclaimed as the world’s largest democracy but the […]

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