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Goans slam Sardesai's tweet rooting for elite Saraswat community on social media.
Extortion, blackmail, “study tours” all in a day's work for some Goa journalists.
The Simplicity Games. Our Chief Minister simplest.
Goa’s Herald outdoes even TOI in sensationalism. Creates illustration of the suicide of a mother and her two children.
Manmohan Singh and the inescapable Chakravyuh.
Goa government’s ad spend in newspapers shrinks. Why is it that only two “saffron” papers don’t feel the pinch?
Goa’s first journalism awards raises the question - should a PR company be sponsoring journalism awards?
Not a charmed life for journos in Goa. If angry politicians and the cyber police don’t get you, rival newspapers will.
Pratima Gaonkar. Driven to suicide by media & state apathy. How many of us remember her?
Anita. Molested on Goa’s beaches. Facing the same police apathy as Scarlett Keeling's case had. Nothing's changed.