2008-03-05 05:56:42 UTC
THE BEACHES ALL OVER GOA FOR SURE ARE, ESPECIALLY CALANGUTE(FOR I HAVE SEEN IT) , SUCH A SHAMEFUL AND
DISGRACEFUL SITE. AND THE BEAUTY OF NATURE IS LOST COMPLETELY SO MUCH SO THAT EVEN A TODDLER IF HE/SHE WISHES
TO CRAWL CANNOT AS FLORIANO RIGHTLY SEEN EVEN AT MIDNIGHT THERE IS NO SPACE.
SHAME ON ALL THOSE IN AUTHORITY WHOM WE ENTRUSTED TO GUARD US BUT THEY CHOOSE TO CLOSE THEIR EYES AND DO NOT PERFORM THEIR DUTIES , TAKE MONEY , ALLOW OTHERS TO MAKE MONEY IN SUCH A MANNER.
IS THIS TOURISM OR BEACH PROSTITUTION? IT APPEARS THAT GOA IS RULED BY NOT KINGS OF NATURE, BUT PIMPS OF NATURE
From: goanet-request at lists.goanet.org> Subject: Goanet Digest, Vol 3, Issue 251> To: goanet at lists.goanet.org> Date: Tue, 4 Mar 2008 20:21:21 -0800> > Send Goanet mailing list submissions to> goanet at lists.goanet.org> > To subscribe or unsubscribe via the World Wide Web, visit> http://lists.goanet.org/listinfo.cgi/goanet-goanet.org> or, via email, send a message with subject or body 'help' to> goanet-request at lists.goanet.org> > You can reach the person managing the list at> goanet-owner at lists.goanet.org> > When replying, please edit your Subject line so it is more specific> than "Re: Contents of Goanet digest..."> > > Today's Topics:> > 1. COMMENT: What Ails Catholic Social Teaching? (Goanet News)> 2. 2 yrs on, communal riots bring govt apathy to fore> (Vidyadhar Gadgil)> 3. Re: On questioning Parrikar (Venantius Pinto)> 4. Re: Manohar Parrikar wishes to speak to Goanet> (Floriano [goasuraj])> 5. Re: Parriker must apologise for attrocities against> minorities (Carvalho)> 6. Heritage house in potential danger - information wanted> (Rajan P. Parrikar)> 7. Re: Of beach umbrellas (Floriano [goasuraj])> 8. Goa news for March 5, 2008 (Goanet News Service)> 9. Porriker Faithfuls on Goanet! (cedrico dacosta)> 10. Good colleges in Medicine or Chemical Engineering in Goa> (Herman D'Souza)> 11. LIMERICK FOR THE DAY 29 (Shanti Dhoot)> > > ----------------------------------------------------------------------> > Message: 1> Date: Tue, 4 Mar 2008 23:00:26 +0530> From: "Goanet News" <news.goanet at gmail.com>> Subject: [Goanet] COMMENT: What Ails Catholic Social Teaching?> To: "Goa's premiere mailing list, estb. 1994!"> <goanet at lists.goanet.org>> Message-ID:> <8ea78e010803040930w462bd777u53e4b0fbdb2e8148 at mail.gmail.com>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8> > What Ails Catholic Social Teaching?> > By Fr. Desmond de Sousa CSsR, SAR NEWS> > PANAJI, Goa (SAR NEWS) -- When the Pope speaks on Catholic sexual> morality, the priests set the pulpits on fire in communicating> authoritatively to the faithful in the pews. When the Popes for over> 100 years speak authoritatively on Catholic social morality, the> priests in the pulpits are cold and indifferent. Why so?> > One cynical reason is that teachings on sexual morality are usually> for married people to practice. Priests are silent on social morality> because they will have to practice what they preach and that is a> rather uninspiring prospect!> > But an example from personal experience may be closer to the truth. A> whole night prayer vigil with healing service -- which is> non-essential to Catholic faith -- needs minimum propaganda to draw> more than 10,000 devotees. A lecture or discussion on Catholic Social> teaching - which is essential to Catholic faith -- draws just handful> of participants. Why so?> > Is it that our famed Catholic (universal) spirituality is skewed in> favour of introverted, individualistic, "miraculous" solutions to mere> personal problems rather than the self-sacrifice, universal concern> and solidarity for the "others," like the poor, deprived, marginalised> and oppressed? Again from experience, one thing is certain. Novenas to> Our Lady and the saints, which have the possibility of personal> favours "miraculously" answered, draws far more crowds of Catholics> than the Eucharist, which challenges devotees to share in the> self-sacrifice of Christ for others. Do devout Catholics, so sensitive> to any perceived "desecration" of the consecrated host or the person> of Christ in films, not feel outraged when human persons are degraded,> and thereby God is insulted!?> > In the early 1980s, at an FABC meeting, I remember Cardinal Stephen> Kim of Seoul, South Korea, posing a prophetic question. Is the role of> the Church in the world to build up its own kingdom, or to die in> building up God's Kingdom? Maybe the centuries old dualism in> spirituality between the Church as the "place of salvation" and the> world as "the place of damnation" is far more engrained than the more> recent Catholic faith perception, that the Church is the sign and> symbol of God's Kingdom irrupting in the world. After all, God so> loved the world that God sent Jesus, that all who believe in him, may> have eternal life.> > Therefore participation in the genesis of the Kingdom of God in the> world, and not the expansion of the institutional Church, is the only> absolute value worth living and dying for. For when the Kingdom of God> comes in its fullness, the institutional Church will have served its> role and disappear!> > A recent article had another possible reason for what ails Catholic> Social teaching. It lacks the fiery breath of the Spirit, the Spirit> of fire that characterized the proclamations and denunciations of the> prophets. Even Pope Benedict confesses, "It must be admitted that the> Church's leadership was slow to realize that the issue of the just> structuring of society needed to be approached in a new way?Faced with> new situations and issues, Catholic Social teaching thus gradually> developed, and has found a comprehensive presentation in the> Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church published in 2004.> (God is love, n.27). Does the monumental Compendium fit Jesuit Bernard> Lonergan's pithy remark, "The Church arrives on the scene a little> late and breathless!?" Will it become, like all past Catholic Social> encyclicals,> > "The Church's best kept secret!?"> > The challenge to Catholic Social Teaching (CST) is to inspire the> faithful to "Action on behalf of justice and participation in the> transformation of the world as a constitutive dimension of preaching> the Gospel, or of the Church's mission for the redemption of the human> race and its liberation from every oppressive situation."(Justice in> the World, introduction). But there are drawbacks to fulfilling its> purpose.> > In content CST is to Euro-centric in its perspective of global and> local issues When the axis of Christianity has shifted from North to> South, the burning, life-threatening issues of the struggling peoples> of the South should get highlighted. India, for example, is crippled> by the cataclysmic urban-rural chasm, imminent ecological catastrophe,> 93% of the work force unorganized with no social security.> > Family values and indigenous cultures are eroded by intrusive, western> cultural imperialism like mass and luxury tourism, "Americanization"> of the media through aggressive advertising.> > In method, CST is too deductive rather than inductive, providing> little inspiration to grassroots efforts of people's struggles, social> movements and associations in civil society. It needs to draw> inspirational resources from Indian history and tradition that enable> the formulation of public policies, rather than merely propounding> "doctrine" and "teaching."> > It is only when the local Church is rooted in the daily struggles of> the people in the country that prophetic proclamation and> denunciations will emerge. Such genuine prophetism through rootedness> in the death-dealing struggles of the poor, deprived, marginalized and> oppressed will liberate the Church in India, especially her> leadership, from disproportionate attention to liturgical questions> and sexual morality. Only when the social morality becomes> transparent, then will the concerned and compassionate face of Christ> be apparent in the ministers and ministries of the Church.> > ------------------------------> > Message: 2> Date: Tue, 04 Mar 2008 20:51:05 +0530> From: Vidyadhar Gadgil <vgadgil at gmail.com>> Subject: [Goanet] 2 yrs on, communal riots bring govt apathy to fore> To: Goanet mails <goanet at goanet.org>> Message-ID: <47CD68E1.70301 at gmail.com>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=windows-1252> > Herald, March 4 2008> > 2 yrs on, communal riots bring govt apathy to fore> BY HERALD REPORTER> > PANJIM, MARCH 3 ? It?s exactly two years that Goa got a blot on> its secular image when the State witnessed communal riots at> Guddemol in Sanvordem-Curchorem but the State government hardly> seems to have acted on the Magisterial inquiry report as far as> taking measure to prevent such ugly incidents in the future.> ?I don?t know of any recommendation that has been acted upon?,> said Adv Albertina Almeida of Citizens? Initiative for Communal> Harmony ? an organization which strongly pressed not only for any> inquiry but also for the report to be made public.> ?Leave alone acting on the recommendations, the government is yet> to understand the seriousness of the issue. It has not changed its> superficial approach?, said Ramesh Gauns another coordinator of CICH.> Fundamentalist forces are very active in Goa and they are> implementing their Action Plan ? short term and long term ? in a> systematic manner, Gauns said adding that on the face of it, their> agenda is difficult to be understood by the common man.> There is continuous effort to poison the minds of the people> particularly the school children with hate propaganda in the form> of exhibitions, said Adv Almeida.> Gauns is of the view that the divisive forces are taking advantage> of the people?s prejudice against non-Goan migrants coming into> Goa. And he alleged, they have a major political party to back them.> Politically speaking, Gauns said Congress leaders have no policy> at all while BJP has it in place. There is no Congress, he said> adding that their leaders only use the party?s label and do> nothing to propagate secularism.> Adv Almeida said the people need to be cautious of the fanatical> elements in Goa itself who are out to disturb the social harmony> in the State. She demanded that the government must act> immediately on the Inquiry report submitted by then North Goa> District Magistrate Nikhil Kumar.> > -- > Question everything -- Karl Marx> > > ------------------------------> > Message: 3> Date: Tue, 4 Mar 2008 10:38:00 -0500> From: "Venantius Pinto" <venantius.pinto at gmail.com>> Subject: Re: [Goanet] On questioning Parrikar> To: goanet at lists.goanet.org> Message-ID:> <bf202eb20803040738h2a1cbf85w135d24ce0c5b16fa at mail.gmail.com>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1> > I find it peculiar that the questions which are being solicited to be> forwarded to Parrikar, are being debated instead, or beforehand on> Goanet!? I mean this procedurally.> > venantius j pinto> > > ------------------------------> > Message: 4> Date: Tue, 4 Mar 2008 15:26:55 +0530> From: "Floriano [goasuraj]" <floriano.lobo at gmail.com>> Subject: Re: [Goanet] Manohar Parrikar wishes to speak to Goanet> To: "Goa's premiere mailing list, estb. 1994!"> <goanet at lists.goanet.org>> Message-ID: <000301c87e11$34521ec0$de49013d at test>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"> > Put your wish into practice, Rajan.> The best and pragmatic idea I have ever heard re Goan politics and Goan> politicians.> Only include the entire political spectrum.> > floriano> goasuraj> > > ----- Original Message -----> From: "Rajan P. Parrikar" <parrikar at yahoo.com>> To: <goanet at goanet.org>> Sent: Tuesday, March 04, 2008 10:21 AM> Subject: Re: [Goanet] Manohar Parrikar wishes to speak to Goanet> > > > To Goanet -> >> > Vivian A. DSouza wrote:> > >I personally would prefer an informal live open forum open...> >> > For months I have had this idea of an American-style> > town hall forum, where we invite a politico to a public> > platform, engage him in a conversation with a moderator,> > and then have him take uncensored questions from the> > audience. Civil behavior is absolutely essential - we do not> > want disrupters and hecklers in there. The goal is to get> > a genuine exchange going. It can/should be tough and> > animated but it should not be used to settle scores or> > to make personal accusations. I am hoping that our> > current proposal will be a first step leading towards> > the town hall type format (I have no delusions that it will> > come to pass, but a man is occasionally allowed to dream).> >> >> > Seb dc wrote:> > >But our former president used too... so whats the big deal, doing> emails??> >> > Indian presidents are (titular) heads of state not heads of> > government, and so have a different of constraints than> > those elected to government or political office.> >> > Regards,> >> >> > r> >> >> >> > > > ------------------------------> > Message: 5> Date: Tue, 4 Mar 2008 04:35:25 -0800 (PST)> From: Carvalho <elisabeth_car at yahoo.com>> Subject: Re: [Goanet] Parriker must apologise for attrocities against> minorities> To: "Goa's premiere mailing list, estb. 1994!"> <goanet at lists.goanet.org>> Message-ID: <312849.52803.qm at web33006.mail.mud.yahoo.com>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1> > > --- anand virgincar <anandvirgincar at hotmail.com>> wrote:> > > Prior to the June assembly elections , Manohar> > Parrikar publicly admitted that mistakes were made> during his term with regard to the Goan minorities ...> ----------------------------------> > What is the point of admitting that "some mistakes> were made". There must be some sort of atonement,> reparations and holding people accountable for what> was perpetrated. Accountability is a redundant or> shoud I say, archaic word in Indian politics. Such> gestures as taking questions from Goanetters is a> shallow and frivolous attempt to propagandize at the> cost of Goanet.> > Goanet is a privately owned mailing-list, and nowhere> do I see a consultation with the owner about this> venture. Mailing lists are not for free, but like> everything else in India, one can bamboozle one's way> into anything if one has the guile and gumption to do> so.> > Parriker and the BJP are the Hamas of Goa. One cannot> do business with the Hamas. I grew up in the desert.> In the desert one doesn't trust horse-traders. They> will lie and cheat at every opportunity. The first> question to be posed to Parriker should be whether he> will openly denounce Babush Monsterat and then hold> himself to a pledge to never include him in a> ministerial berth. Parriker will not do this because> he needs Monsterat in the wider scheme of things, as> does every stinking politico in Goa.> > NRI Goans, read Sandeep Heble's accounts of Parriker> and you will have a better understanding of what> Parriker actually is. Please don't be swayed by this> quaint little "question and answer" session. In India> everyone prepares for questions and answers by> refering to a Guide book, rather than knowing> something about life.> > selma> > > > ____________________________________________________________________________________> Never miss a thing. Make Yahoo your home page. > http://www.yahoo.com/r/hs> > > ------------------------------> > Message: 6> Date: Tue, 4 Mar 2008 05:32:36 -0800 (PST)> From: "Rajan P. Parrikar" <parrikar at yahoo.com>> Subject: [Goanet] Heritage house in potential danger - information> wanted> To: goanet at goanet.org> Cc: bosco at goanet.org> Message-ID: <229047.74671.qm at web30405.mail.mud.yahoo.com>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1> > (Bosco - I had made a typo. Please disregard earlier version - r)> > To Goanet -> > It has been brought to my attention that a 200+ years> old heritage house of a prominent Hindu bamon family in > Goa (in Tiswadi taluka) is in danger of being demolished. > Apparently some of the stakeholders have plans to > construct a new building for an interested Dilli party. > The views afforded from this location are outstanding.> At this moment I have been asked not to reveal the details> of the house/family itself.> > Questions: > > 1) Can this be stopped? How?> > 2) What are the laws against demolition of heritage > structures in Goa?> > > Warm regards,> > > r> > > > > ------------------------------> > Message: 7> Date: Tue, 4 Mar 2008 15:23:25 +0530> From: "Floriano [goasuraj]" <floriano.lobo at gmail.com>> Subject: Re: [Goanet] Of beach umbrellas> To: "Goa's premiere mailing list, estb. 1994!"> <goanet at lists.goanet.org>> Message-ID: <000201c87e11$2ae42e00$de49013d at test>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"> > Dear Dr. Samir Heble,> > Will you not join with me to undo the rot on our immaculate beaches and> other??> > As I always say: "there must be a political will to do that" What I am> saying is that this political will is inbuilt in the Goa Su-Raj Party, its> Constitution and its Road Map. Pls go thro' these document available for> download on www.goasu-raj.org . Our committment to Goa is simple. Do away> with what is not required, what is harmful, things like the injurious> Tenancy Act formulated and implemented by Dayanand Bandodkar to expand his> vote bank. Bring in the indegenous Comunidades as parallel organisations to> corrupt panchayats and zilla panchayats. Remove all CRZ violations by> engaging in massive demolitions. Free the beaches from the pestilence of> shacks, beach-beds and beach umbrellas. Those who want to be on the beach,> let them be there in unision with the nature. I have walked on the Baga> section of the beach at night recently (12 p.m.) because I was alerted that> a sand dune was being leveled near the 'Love Shack" in close proximity of> 'Ferenheit' and Estrela do Mar, the two hotels whom I have taken to Court> in PIL, the case ongoing. The Collector, Mr. Mihir Vardhanr was good enough> to depute police personnel with me. What I observed is going to haunt me> untill I die. Neither could I walk on the beach without getting wet in the> waves nor could I be in peace. Ear shattering music (emenating from Pyramid> Shack and others), after 12 p.m.??? for God sake, beach beds everywhere and> little kiosks even at the water line. The conscience of entire Goa seems to> be dead along with the conscience of the government administration, the> Judiciary and the law enforcement machinery. If I were to be in a position> to undo things, I would have cleared Goa's beaches if it was the very first> thing I did, with a whip in my hand, first whipping the lawmakers and> skinning their backs and then handling the law protectors.> > I think I have said enough.> > Will I get a response from you to my question? Will you join with me/us to> do the above? My will to go ahead to persue thinking in the lines I am> presently thinking, was thinking for the past 20 years and more will> continue depending on your positive response. Because I know it takes two> hands to clap. That just one hand beats the empty air.> > Thank you.> > floriano> goasuraj> > ----- Original Message -----> From: "sandeep heble" <sandeepheble at yahoo.com>> To: <goanet at goanet.org>> Sent: Tuesday, March 04, 2008 11:49 AM> Subject: [Goanet] Of beach umbrellas> > > > Of beach umbrellas...by Dr Samir Heble> >> > I remember the pristine Goa of my childhood: the> > beautiful beaches and Dona Paola untinged, unlike> > today??Ts worldly consumerism, the sandy sands where> > we could revel in the simple yet rich pleasures of> > life and the azure seas that were crystal clear.> >> > It is indeed a sad time now that beach umbrellas have> > begun encroaching on the public beaches. I hope we are> > not evolving into a narcissistic society, a society> > more interested in enriching individual purses than in> > enriching Goa's natural beauty. Some years ago when> > Bill Clinton had visited the Taj on his official> > presidential tour, he had remarked: "There are only> > two types of tourists, those that have visited the Taj> > and those that haven??Tt ".> >> > At that time, I had the same feelings for Goa too. I> > do want to believe the same now too.> >> > Our innocent children want to run around and play on> > our beaches, unhindered by our rich umbrellas. We> > yearn to enjoy the serenity of our uncluttered beaches> > too. Simple can be beautiful. Simple can be soothing.> > Let??Ts keep Goa simple and clean and make it even> > richer.> >> > Dr Samir Heble> >> >> >> ____________________________________________________________________________> ________> > Looking for last minute shopping deals?> > Find them fast with Yahoo! Search.> http://tools.search.yahoo.com/newsearch/category.php?category=shopping> > > > ------------------------------> > Message: 8> Date: Tue, 4 Mar 2008 16:30:03 -0800 (PST)> From: Goanet News Service <news at goanet.org>> Subject: [Goanet] Goa news for March 5, 2008> To: goanet at goanet.org, goanet-news at goanet.org> Message-ID: <20080305003003.8567E984F4 at poprock.dreamhost.com>> > Goa News from Google News and Goanet.org> Visit http://www.goanet.org/newslinks.php for the full stories.> > *** Goa chief rounds on naive female tourists - Times Online> [6 hours ago] The controversy surrounding the death of a> British teenager in Goa deepened today after the states> government chief accused foreign women of behaving ...> http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=T&ct=us/0-0&fd=R&url=http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/asia/article3485043.ece&cid=1138055169&ei=i-nNR8y-C5KaqwPiqP39CA> > *** Goa govt scraps proposal to allow private medical colleges> - Times of India> [Mar 2, 2008] PANAJI: Goa government has decided to scrap its> proposal to allow private medical colleges in the state. "We> have decided not to go ahead with the private ...> http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=T&ct=us/8-0&fd=R&url=http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/India/Goa_govt_scraps_proposal_to_allow_private_medical_colleges_/articleshow/2831762.cms&cid=1138155525&ei=i-nNR8y-C5KaqwPiqP39CA> > *** \'Buy a boat in Mumbai and park it in Goa\' - Economic> Times> [Mar 2, 2008] The best yacht harbour closer home could be Goa> or down south in Kochi or Chennai. "Mumbai doesn't have good> water quality, the sea is choppy and the tide ...> http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=T&ct=us/9-0&fd=R&url=http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/ET_Cetera/Buy_a_boat_in_Mumbai_and_park_in_Goa/articleshow/2831786.cms&cid=1138331612&ei=i-nNR8y-C5KaqwPiqP39CA> > *** Budweiser 6V6 Cup receives enormous response in Goa -> Deepika> [2 hours ago] The Registration closes on March 8, after which> 25 teams each from the states of Maharastra, Karnataka and> Andhra Pradesh and Goa will be chosen through a ...> http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=T&ct=us/2-0&fd=R&url=http://www.deepikaglobal.com/ENG6_sub.asp?newscode=15407&catcode=ENG6&subcatcode=&cid=1139391932&ei=i-nNR8y-C5KaqwPiqP39CA> > *** Goa\'s complete online news edition - Wednesday, March 05,> 2008 - Herald Publications> [4 hours ago] The Indian team erupts in joy after defeating> Australia in the second finals of the tri-series in Brisbane on> Tuesday.India created history by notching up ...> http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=T&ct=us/5-0&fd=R&url=http://oheraldo.in/pagedetails.asp?nid=568&cid=1&cid=0&ei=i-nNR8y-C5KaqwPiqP39CA> > *** IAR Goa centre thanks UK couple for their generous support> - International Animal Rescue> [10 hours ago] The International Animal Rescue centre in> Assagao, Goa gives special thanks to UK couple for their> generous support. IARs founder and chairman in Goa John ...> http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=T&ct=us/4-0&fd=R&url=http://www.iar.org.uk/news/2008/mar08-2.shtml&cid=0&ei=i-nNR8y-C5KaqwPiqP39CA> > *** Goa Investment Property Under 12k - 24-7PressRelease.com> (press release)> PressRelease.com (press release) - 16 hours agoFrom just 11250,> a 1-3 bedroom apartment in India's property hot spot of Goa can> now be yours. -- /24-7PressRelease/ - NOTTINGHAM, UK, March 04,> ...> http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=T&ct=us/7-0&fd=R&url=http://www.24-7pressrelease.com/view_press_release_printer_friendly.php?rID=42696&cid=0&ei=i-nNR8y-C5KaqwPiqP39CA> > *** Ambassador Resorts to add properties in Shimla, Rajasthan> and Goa - HospitalityBizIndia> [13 hours ago] ... Ambassador Resorts Pvt Ltd (ARPL) plans to> expand its presence in the Indian market with the introduction> of properties in Shimla, Rajasthan and Goa. ...> http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=T&ct=us/6-0&fd=R&url=http://www.hospitalitybizindia.com/detailNews.aspx?aid=665&sid=1&cid=0&ei=i-nNR8y-C5KaqwPiqP39CA> > *** Why Brits will keep taking the cheap option in Goa - Times> Online> [8 hours ago] The deaths of two British holidaymakers in Goa> this week is unlikely to dent the appeal of the destination to> British holidaymakers. Goas appeal lies in ...> http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=T&ct=us/3-0&fd=R&url=http://travel.timesonline.co.uk/tol/life_and_style/travel/news/article3483757.ece&cid=0&ei=i-nNR8y-C5KaqwPiqP39CA> > *** Tenth Briton found dead in Goa - Metro> [1 hour ago] A British tourist has been found dead in a beach> hut in Goa, the tenth to die at the Indian party destination> this year alone. The body of Michael Harvey, ...> http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=T&ct=us/1-0&fd=R&url=http://www.metro.co.uk/news/article.html?in_article_id=110575&in_page_id=34&cid=0&ei=i-nNR8y-C5KaqwPiqP39CA> > > Compiled by Goanet News Service> http://www.goanet.org/newslinks.php> > > ------------------------------> > Message: 9> Date: Tue, 4 Mar 2008 10:25:09 -0800 (PST)> From: cedrico dacosta <cedricod at yahoo.com>> Subject: [Goanet] Porriker Faithfuls on Goanet!> To: goanet at lists.goanet.org> Message-ID: <781488.73549.qm at web90402.mail.mud.yahoo.com>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1> > Porriker faithfuls on Goanet> > Good news for Porrikar lobbyists and Goanetters...i> wish only if Porrikar had such loyalty from the> purchasable Digamber...alas! that's another story.> > I had an umbrage of mails in my inbox since last> night, some of them, as usual making self-mokery, so i> will not go dwelving in that.> > all i can say is even if Porrikar comes on many other> forums like Goanet....he may not be able to convert> these Goanetters into his votes, that too for the> communial disease called BJP...> > Shano Goemkar! did somebody say right...by now they> know how far to stay away from rabid dogs...> > Its sad that even Porrikars back door antics cant grab> him his much coveted power these days...> > And Porrikar as CM...no...never in the close or far> future!> > I acknowledge Porrikar as an able administrator, but> his team or cotorie really are not wanted in Goa...not> anymore after all the attacks on Bishop's palace,> Fontainhas, Casa portuguesa, Mosque burning at> soccoro, etc.> > Kind regards> > Cedric da Costa> Dubai> > Cedric> > > ____________________________________________________________________________________> Be a better friend, newshound, and > know-it-all with Yahoo! Mobile. Try it now. http://mobile.yahoo.com/;_ylt=Ahu06i62sR8HDtDypao8Wcj9tAcJ > > > > ------------------------------> > Message: 10> Date: Wed, 5 Mar 2008 00:14:06 +0530 (IST)> From: Herman D'Souza <hdsouza2000 at yahoo.com>> Subject: [Goanet] Good colleges in Medicine or Chemical Engineering in> Goa> To: "Goa's premiere mailing list, estb. 1994!"> <goanet at lists.goanet.org>, goanet at goanet.org> Message-ID: <540580.18407.qm at web94616.mail.in2.yahoo.com>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8> > can you please advice of good colleges (Year 13 and above) in Goa for Medicine or Chemical Engineering? Please send me their websites or contact details> > kind regards> > Herman D'Souza> > ----- Original Message ----> From: "rcabral at sancharnet.in" <rcabral at sancharnet.in>> To: goanet at goanet.org> Sent: Monday, 11 February, 2008 8:42:28 AM> Subject: [Goanet] CBSE> > Hello,> I think there was a query regarding admission to a CBSE school. Only a few schools in Goa are affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education. The Kendriya Vidyalayas - five of them altogether, two in Vasco, one in Ponda, one in Bambolim and one in Verem - and the Navodaya Vidyalayas - two of them to be found in Goa, one in Valpoi and the other one in Canacona - are affiliated to the CBSE. Sharda Mandir in Miramar and Manovikas in Margao are affiliated to the ICSE.> > If I'm not mistaken both follow the NCERT syllabus. This same syllabus has also been adopted by schools in Goa. A small observation:Children coming from village schools too have done very well for themselves.> Hope I have been of some help.> Have a nice day!> Richard> > > Unlimited freedom, unlimited storage. Get it now, on http://help.yahoo.com/l/in/yahoo/mail/yahoomail/tools/tools-08.html/> > > > ------------------------------> > Message: 11> Date: Tue, 4 Mar 2008 19:09:39 -0500> From: "Shanti Dhoot" <skdhoot at gmail.com>> Subject: [Goanet] LIMERICK FOR THE DAY 29> To: goanet <goanet at goanet.org>> Message-ID:> <51c414290803041609t5063adf2na99e27412c494ce2 at mail.gmail.com>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8> > *NRGS TO SPONSOR VILLAGE WELFARE SCHEMES V*> > > > This could be a truly innovative and revolutionary scheme,> > And bring to many a Goan youth's eyes a hopeful gleam,> > Help make them realize their potential> > And give them what is really essential> > To make come true their ambitions and every special dream.> > - Shanti Dhoot> > (to be continued)> > > End of Goanet Digest, Vol 3, Issue 251> **************************************_________________________________________________________________
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