And this country, and indeed our blighted state, remains secular because the Hindu chooses to be secular, says DR OSCAR REBELLOREAD
There are three classes of political thoughts who are stoking the "surgical strikes" lamp to see if Aladdin's genie pops up and pays off electoral dividends.READ
This educational institution, of international repute, will be of immense benefit to Goa, with a tremendous economic spin off for the state. No question.READ
This is a tragic but common occurrence after a cardiac arrest and no one can predict it and there's no medical treatment for the same anywhere on the planet. READ
AAP-GOA is 24 carat genuine, it's got its heart in the right place, is frankly our last gasp hope. READ
So many leaders in the Congress still have unholy behind-the-scene alliances with the ruling dispensation.READ
The latest in Goa's sordid and familiar tales of woe is the Babush "Sold and Raped" saga. READ
So, seriously with so much to celebrate and rejoice, one wonders why these miserable Goans are forever whining?? Is it a genetic thing?? READ
Panaji taught its first lesson in taming arrogance of its leaders. READ
Such fantastic lawyers, such a clever pulse on people's issues and such oversized, self-defeating egos to accompany all the good in them!READ
Dr Oscar Rebello
Dr Oscar Rebello is one of the leading social activist of Goa and a practicing doctor. He led the historic peoples’ movement in 2006-07 to get the anti-Goa Regional Plan scrapped and save Goa from total destruction of Goa’s ecology and natural beauty. He is a Goa-based leader of Aam Aadmi Party. He is also a columnist.
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