Friday 20 January 2017

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Marathi divides the politicians, who unite on no-confidence motion

The Goa Assembly, perhaps at the last sitting of the existing Assembly, witnessed an interesting divide on two different motions – a no confidence motion against the government and making Marathi the official language. READ

India's sole referendum: When Goa didn't go with Bombay

On January 20, 1967, the Times of India (ToI) reported on how in the village of Loutolim in central Goa, most men had worn a rather fuzzy look for the past few days. READ

JKS to approach SC to recognise all 5 scripts of Konkani

Jagotik Konkani Songhotton has decided to challenge the Karnataka high court decision in the Supreme Court and demand that the central Sahitya Academy recognises all the five scripts of Konkani. READ

Agitations STOP, de-intellectualise Konkani, focus on education for 2050

Enough of agitations, Konkani movement now needs to concentrate upon constructive work in the fields of education and research, with a Vision Document to reach out to the Konkani masses at grassroot level. READ

Do Saraswats love caste more than Konkani unity? Asks Pundalik

Saraswat community has provided intellectual inputs to develop Konkani. But what do they love more? Caste or uniting the whole Konkani community through language? READ

Let Youth, Tech, Food Fests unite Konkanis worldwide: Dr Shenoy

The All India Konkani Parishad has appealed to all the Konkani organisations to unite the Konkani community worldwide through new technology and by mobilising the youth in order to achieve the ‘Panchsheel’ of Parishad that ... READ

Young writers should continue exposing evils in the society: Parsekar

Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar appealed to the young writers to continue writing fearlessly by exposing the evils of society and help the human society advance. READ

MGP should apologise for imposing Opinion Poll on Goa: Girish

The Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party should apologise to each and every Goan for unnecessarily imposing Opinion Poll on Goa and dividing Goans on linguistic lines, the Congress has demanded. READ

Official Language issue settled long ago: Sudin

“The issue of official language of Goa has been settled long ago and now we need to unitedly work for the progress of the language”. READ

No point in fighting over Konkani and Marathi, fight Eng: MGP

The Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party, traditionally known to be Marathi protagonist, seems to be taking a cautious view on the bills proposed to be brought to make Marathi also Goa’s official language. READ