A recent Supreme Court order just goes to show how the BJP, not unlike the Congress, bent the rules for the big guns in the mining trade.
Ahead of the Karnataka assembly polls, the Animal Welfare Board of India’s moves are being seen as an attempt to squeeze supplies from Belgaum, hitting the Quraishi trading community in Goa.
The assurance to release water a mere political stunt as long as Goa CM refuses to talk to Siddaramaiah.
High on Patriotism, Low on Artistic Freedom – When the National Anthem Played 37 Times a Day at IFFI 2017
When political connections matter more than qualifications or an interest in films to get a pass for the festival – it is clear who’s calling the shots at IFFI.
If a circuit bench were to be set up in Goa – a discussion the state government wants to avoid – activists say there would be four times the number of cases that are currently before the Pune bench.
Starting out as just a fringe irritant, the shadowy organisation has been emboldened by the Goa government’s support
The by-election victory has taken the BJP’s tally up by one seat only, to 14 MLAs. With 16 seats, the Congress is still the single largest party in the 40-member House.
The floating casinos are expected to be relocated to Mopa and will help BJP sell its controversial new airport project.
Goa Congress has demanded action against airport officials for allowing this breach of security regulations
If push comes to shove, tourism and allied business interests is what will dictate the BJP’s beef policy – at least in Goa.
Party with three MLAs that campaigned on anti-saffron platform will now join hands to bring the BJP back to power.
Meanwhile, the BJP’s incumbent chief minister Laxmikant Parsekar and five of its ministers lost their seats.
The BJP is campaigning fervently to hold on to Goa after its break with Sudin Dhavlikar and the MGP, while a fractured Congress, AAP and independents contest over small electorates.
With a Zumba dancer, mining activists and single parents as candidates, AAP is defying prejudices in the upcoming Goa elections.
Manohar Parrikar has roped two Congressmen into the BJP whom he had accused of being corrupt in the past.
As elections to the state near, the hardliners think the BJP is being too soft on the church and its educational policies.
Domestic tourism numbers are up, but that comes with its own set of problems