Dr Jose Pereira … on the mando


Here’s an April 2003 review of Fordham University professor emeritus of theology Dr Pereira’s book, co-authored with the late maestro Micael Martins of Orlim and priest – psychotherapist – musician Antonio da Costa now based in Arizona. Details below. Published in 2003 by Aryan Books <aryanbooks@vsnl.com>, this volume deals with Mandos of union and lamentation. http://www.goanet.org/pipermail/goanet/2003-April/001564.html Some publication data: %T Song of Goa %S Mandos of Union and Lamentation %A Pereira, Jose <eximirom at hotmail.com> %A Martins, Micael %A da Costa, Antonio %I Aryan Books International %C New Delhi %D 2003 %O paperback %G ISBN 81-7305-248-4 %P 190pp, Rs 200 … Continue reading Dr Jose Pereira … on the mando

GOMANTAK TIMES: SMD’s strictures on PIs of Vasco, Mormugao, Canacona


[While officials debate the issue, what is the situation on the ground? Any comments from Vascokars? -FN] SMD’s strictures on PIs of Vasco, Mormugao, Canacona [GOMANTAK TIMES, Dec 27, 2005 Page A4] By A Staff Reporter reporters@gomantaktimes.com MARGAO: The countdown to the New Year is generally known for its fun and festivity and dances galore being organised throughout the state. But the Deputy Collector and Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM), South, Suresh Pilankar, who is the authority for implementation of sound pollution regulations, has condemned the “action on th epart of the police inspectors (PIs) for their indirect way of refusal of … Continue reading GOMANTAK TIMES: SMD’s strictures on PIs of Vasco, Mormugao,
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HERALD: Christmas spirit hits Vasco policemen


[Should policemen be celebrating religious festivals in their stations in a secular state, which ought to have no link with religion? Or do you see this as a good means of building inter-community understanding and tolerance? Your views? FN] Christmas spirit hits Vasco policemen HERALD, Dec 27, 2005 HERALD CORRESPONDENT MORMUGAO, Dec 26 — They may be men and women in uniform and most of them may be Hindus, but that did not stop the Vasco police from celebrating the spirit of Christmas by making a crib in the police station. The cops attiributed this unusual project to their Police … Continue reading HERALD: Christmas spirit hits Vasco policemen

HERALD: Electricity Dept has few men to power up Vasco


[An interesting issue for Vascokars. Would you buy the usual official argument that short-staff is to blame? In a state which has the highest bureaucracy-per-capita, we keep hearing this version. Any opinions? FN] ELECTRICITY DEPT HAS FEW MEN TO POWER UP VASCO Herald, Monday, Dec 26, 2006 HERALD CORRESPONDENT MORMUGAO, Dec 25 — Given the high density of industrial and domestic buildings in the port town, one would have imagined that the Electricity Department would be present in full strength. On the contrary, the acute shortage of staff at the Electricity Department has posed a number of problems in the … Continue reading HERALD: Electricity Dept has few men to power up Vasco

From: Goanet News Bytes * Dec 15, 2005 * Vasco houses razed to make way for highway


Vasco houses razed for highway. 28 houses demolished. (Herald) o Defence ministry has 1678 acres of land in Dabolim airport, since April 1962, Rajya Sabha MP Shantaram Naik was told in a parliamentary reply. Naik sought to know whether the Government had title documents of the Dabolim airport, its date of acquisition of title, area, etc. Continue reading From: Goanet News Bytes * Dec 15, 2005 * Vasco houses razed to
make way for highway