Tuesday 21 February 2017

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No SSC or ITI? No Govt service!

Giving a big blow to over 40 per cent drop out rate in schools that cannot pass out Standard X, Goa government has decided not to recruit anybody in government service who has not passed ... READ

Introduce Romi Konkani at primary level to resolve MoI issue: Wagh

Bharatiya Janata Party MLA Vishnu Wagh has come out with a new theory. According to him, the Church-run primary schools shifted from Konkani to English because it was Devnagari Konkani. READ

Goa University’s ex-Reader Prof Sahni to take over as new VC

Goa University has found one of its former Reader as a new vice chancellor. Prof Varun Sahni is expected to take over in November. READ

“Don’t fool us”: FORCE; “It’s Parsekari Tiatr”: BBSM

BBSM as well as FORCE are unanimous on one issue. Both the rival organisations fighting against each other have opposed the Bhaskar Nayak committee constituted by the government. READ

One more Com to decide on MoI-Grants as BBSM-FORCE make it a poll issue

With medium of instruction issue turning into election battle once again, Goa government has now appointed yet another committee, this time under Principal Bhaskar Nayak, to recommend on the question of giving grants to English ... READ

When CM confronts the BBSM demonstrators face-to-face…

Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar today directly confronted the Bharatiya Bhasha Suraksha Manch demonstrators, most of whom were the RSS members, at Bicholim. READ

RSS denies running Eng primary schools

Goa’s RSS leader Subhash Velingkar has denied the allegation that RSS or Vidya Bharati runs English medium primary schools anywhere in India. READ

RSS runs Eng primary schools: FORCE exposes Sangh game

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh runs few hundred of its own English medium primary schools in Delhi and elsewhere. But in Goa, it opposes government grants to the Church-run English medium schools. READ

BBSM snaps talks with Govt, Bhembre Com to decide poll strategy

The Bharatiya Bhasha Suraksha Manch has decided not to go for any talks with the government but rather plan its election strategy to defeat the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party. READ