Tuesday 28 January 2020

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BJP demands apology from Cong for retaining Goa's colonial rule

Taking a dig into Indian history, the Bharatiya Janata Party has now demanded an unique apology from the Congress, which targets country’s first prime minister - Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. It’s obviously his granddaughter-in-law Sonia Gandhi, ... READ

Khalap-Alemao's fate hanging fire

The fate of both the regional party leaders and sitting MPs in Goa - union law minister Ramakant Khalap and strongman Churchill Alemao - is still hanging fire. But elections may strengthen their base, eyeing ... READ

I will remain with UF as long as UF remains : Khalap

Adv Ramakant Khalap, the sole MP of the Goa-based Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party, entered the Parliament for the first time in 1996 and became the union minister of state for law and justice, with an independent ... READ

Lata Mangeshkar's appeal to elect good people

"Do not get involved in linguistics and other petty local squabbles at this stage. Think of national situation and elect good people to rule us". The appeal has been made by nightingale of India Lata ... READ

'Slavery is the prime issue before the country'

First person account by Dr Claude Alvares, Journalist-cum-Environmentalist READ

'Give me a house, I will vote'

First person account by Satyawan Nipanikar, 42, Shoe-shine boy, Panaji, Goa. READ

UF reluctant to divulge Bofors info

Forget disclosing the names of those involved in the infamous Bofors pay off scandal, the United Front government is not ready to divulge even the government findings into it, until the chargesheet is filed, due ... READ

Khalap hesitates to call BJP communal

Probably to keep his options open, the union law minister of the United Front government, Ramakant Khalap from Goa, is keeping his mouth shut on the Bharatiya Janata Party. READ

Khalap hobnobbing with BJP

The United Front is cracking, thanks to union law minister Ramakant Khalap, the sole MP from the Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party. READ

Cong has a hard time as Sonia fails to pull crowds

If a crowd of hardly 4000 in Goa is any indication for Sonia Gandhi’s much-awaited rally today, than the Congress party has a hard time in forthcoming Lok Sabha elections, from the point of view ... READ