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In the coming months, Canada will introduce a new
entry requirement, known as an Electronic Travel
Authorization (eTA), for certain international
travellers who fly to Canada. Entry requirements for
other methods of travel (land, sea) will not change.
future without outside help: Obama to Africans
Nairobi, July 26 (IANS/EFE) US President Barack
Obama on Sunday encouraged Africans to take the
reins of their own future after spending "too much
time" seeking "salvation" abroad and blaming others
for the continent's problems. The future of
UK Govt. asks
varsities to openly challenge extremist speakers Press Trust of India |
London July 19, 2015 Last Updated at 12:32 IST
In a bid to prevent radicalisation of in UK
universities, the government has said the varsities
can invite extremist speakers for campus gatherings
only if they are to be openly challenged by a
The statements, opinions, or views in the articles may not
necessarily reflect that of the Goan Voice Canada.
Chakravorty Spivak, professor of comparative
literature, asked a famous question thirty
years ago, "Can the Subaltern Speak?" From
the perspective of colonialism, I think he
At the Oxford Union (a famous and
long-standing debating society) in the
British city of Oxford, several
intelligentsia from the erstwhile British
colonies and several from Britain met two
months ago to debate whether Britain owes
reparations to her former colonies. As part
of the side supporting reparations, Shashi
Tharoor gave a funny, biting, fact-filled,
and stirring speech that is now going viral
on the Internet.
Whom The Bell Tolls
Posted on Goanet - Joao Barros-Pereira Fri,
24 Jul 2015 08:48:11 -0700 Goa's churches
and temple bells have a mournful cadence
these days. Every morning the bells appear
to be announcing the death of our villages
where the heart of Goa resides and is an
important part of our Goan identity.
A future historian (on the generous
assumption that there are any) might
plausibly contend that the first salvo of
the “culture wars” was fired in January 1973
when the U.S. Supreme Court released its Roe
v. Wade abortion decision. He might also
conclude that the same Court’s June 2015
decision declaring gay marriage to be a
constitutionally protected right represented
a final victory.
People Places and Things
Canada, a long
way from Goa
Ottawa, the capital city of Canada boasts the finest
police force and as part of their services has one
of the finest multicultural police choruses – the
OPC (Ottawa Police Chorus). It’s mission is to
enhance the image of the Ottawa Police Service while
promoting the mutual interests of chorus members and
that of the general public through music. Membership
reflects the diverse community served and is made up
of retired police officers and civilians who simply
love to sing and volunteer their time and talent to
support and promote the Ottawa Police Services.
Opts For A Joint Picnic By Armand Rodrigues
It is not often that three disparate entities get
together in an “unholy” alliance of sorts. For
Entebbe, Moira and Aldona to band together for a
conjoint picnic is akin to a marriage of
convenience. And, that is what it may well be. After
all, attrition is arguably taking its toll on all
our establishments and solutions have to be found to
keep the “home” fires burning. A brief synopsis of
the partners in this endeavour, is in order.
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Let’e go back to the turn of the 19th century and
East Africa. The ubiquitous and hardy Goan had
trekked hundreds of miles, through dense bush, and
crossed hippo- and crocodile-infested waters of Lake
Victoria, in native canoes, to arrive in Entebbe,
‘Sarasvati's Children: A History of the Mangalorean Christians’ and ‘Shades
within Shadows,’ Writer Alan Machado is all set to release his new book ‘Slaves
of Sultans’. The book interprets the saga of the migration of Goans to Mangaluru
which spans across a period of over 300 years.
The book speaks about many families, who moved out of the state fearing
inquisition and settled in Mangaluru during the Portuguese era. The work
explains how these people created an identity of their own over a span of three
centuries and the domination of Nacao Portuguese and Tipu Sultan’s regime.
Human-Trafficking Advocate Tells Multigenerational
Tale of Grief, Confusion, and Fear … Love, Dignity,
Hope, and Justice A Veil of Blood Hangs Over
Africa (CNW Group/Lucia Mann)
CA, July 20, 2015 /CNW/ - The innocent
women and children, who were violently ripped from
their peaceful homeland and herded into the filthy
bowels of an illegal slave ship, could not have
anticipated the cruelty that lay in wait for them on
a malicious white slaver's plantation. In A Veil of
Blood Hangs Over Africa, Lucia Mann completes her
African Trilogy with a captivating tale of
acceptance versus revenge, injustice in opposition
to rectitude, and shame contrasted with dignity. You
will be riveted by Mann's opposing themes, which
she, herself, was trapped in as a young girl
ensnared by a depraved South African master.
Yearning to be free is the overarching power of
Mann's work. Rallying behind a cast of characters
who risk so much for one more taste of freedom will
enrich readers beyond measure. A Veil of Blood is a
towering work that will expand horizons and touch
-- Japan's state-of-the-art maritime
patrol aircraft has been attracting increasing
attention, not only from its most important ally,
the U.S., but also from Europe amid growing concerns
about movements by Russian submarines.
The P-1 maritime patrol aircraft (Courtesy of
Japan's Maritime Self-Defense Force)
The P-1 is built by Kawasaki Heavy Industries for
Japan's Self-Defense Forces. It is the country's
first purely domestically made anti-submarine patrol
India-born migrants with Portuguese ancestry are
among the largest groups to migrate to the UK in
recent times, according to new report.
These Indians are from Goa, which was a colony of
Portugal dating back to the 16th century and was
ruled by the European nation for nearly 450 years
before it officially became a part of India in 1961.
Bengaluru, July 14:
Goa is looking at a 12 per cent increase in
tourist arrivals this year.
India's one of the oldest port found in Goa By PTI | 15 Jul, 2015,
in the country have found remnants of a historically
important port on Goa's Zuari river which is
expected to be amongst the oldest signs of human
trade on the central west coast and may be
contemporary to Dwarka in Gujarat.
PANAJI: Scientists in the country have found
remnants of a historically important port on Goa's
Zuari river which is expected to be amongst the
oldest signs of human trade on the central west
coast and may be contemporary to Dwarka in Gujarat.
US firm admits
to bribing unnamed Goa minister, rigging contracts Yashwant Raj, Hindustan
Times, Washington | Updated: Jul 19, 2015 00:43 IST
company Louis Berger has been charged with bribing
Indian officials $976,000 to win two major water
developmental projects in Goa and Guwahati. (Photo
A US construction company has admitted to paying
almost $1 million in bribes for a Goa project, with
payments to a minister, and using slush money to win
projects in that state and Guwahati.
Louis Berger International, a New Jersey firm,
admitted to these bribes and others in Vietnam,
Indonesia and Kuwait, in a $17.3 million settlement
with the US department of justice. James McClung, a
Dubai based executive who oversaw the company’s
India operations, and another executive have pleaded
guilty to violating US laws by paying bribes to
25% of sanctioned force working; DySP on additional
charge is the boss of coastal security, no boats in
some and a canoe guards one area; coastal police
stations not on coasts and some don’t have phones
if a 26/11 style attack was planned on Goa and our
six coastal police stations were called upon to be
the first line of defence against fully armed
terrorists ready to strike, this is what the ground
reality, as of July 13, 2015 is:
PANAJI: Life for
residents of villages in Goa is anything but rural,
data of the just-released Socio and Economic Caste
Census 2011 indicates.
Tiatrist and Writer win Gulab Award By Team Herald | 21 Jul,
2015, 01:43AM IST
Freddy J da Costa Memorial Day was celebrated Monday
by felicitating three personalities in the fields of
literature and art and culture by Fr Freddy J da
Costa Memorial Trust in association with Dalgado
Goa’s 12 veteran
artists and writers have been honoured by the state
government by conferring upon them the most
prestigious Goa State Cultural Awards. They have
been for their contribution and achievements in
their respective art forms like Music, Drama/Tiatr,
Folk Art, Bhajan, Kirtan, Craft, Literature,
Painting etc. Similarly, the Goa Cultural and Social
Centre of Panaji has been honoured with the Best
plans to have a national seminar this September.
The Association of the Franciscan Family in India (AFFI)
plans to hold a national seminar to search for
"effective responses to violence against women" in
thier attempt to raise awarness on gender equality.
AFFI brings together religious, sisters and lay
people of different orders, followers of Francis of
Assisi in India. The national seminar will be held
in Bhopal from Sept 25 to 27.
New Delhi (Reuters) -
A leading global charity has frozen $4
million in funding to India, squeezing aid to the
poor, after a clampdown by Prime Minister Narendra
Modi on donors deemed to be meddling in domestic
politics that has raised concern in Washington.
to jointly build 200 military choppers From Ajay Kaul
Jul 19 (PTI) In a move aimed at boosting
India's defence sector, 200 helicopters will be
manufactured in the country with Russian
collaboration as part of intensification and
diversification of their strategic ties.
The agreement, reached recently, is one of the
several new defence projects on which the two
countries are working on, including under the ambit
of 'Make in India' programme, Indian Ambassador to
Russia P S Raghavan told PTI here.
continue playing role in India's transformation' Press Trust of India |
Washington July 14, 2015
The US would continue to play an important role in
India's transformation in the decades to come and
going forward the two countries will join hands in
addressing global challenges, the Indian Ambassador
to the US said today.
commercial vehicles major Volvo today said it plans
to use India for exporting its buses manufactured in
the country to developed markets in Europe.
"We plan to use India for exporting our buses
manufactured in India to developed markets in
Europe," Volvo Buses President Hakan Agnevall told
reporters here. The first bus made in the Indian
facility will be unveiled later this year in Europe,
back at the life of a President of India who
inspired his compatriots like no body else could.
When in June 2002, the NDA government headed by
Vajpayee came up with the inspired but
unconventional choice of a modest and an unassuming
technocrat for the post of the President of India,
the entire nation, in rare show of unanimity,
rejoiced at the technocrat elevation.
death of people’s president Posted on July 29, 2015,
Kalam would often refer the sacrifice of an
entire Catholic parish to help build Thumba Rocket
Launching Station in 1962.
New Delhi: The
Catholic Bishops’ Conference of India (CBCI) have
offered condolence on the death of former Indian
president APJ Abdul Kalam, who passed away Monday
following a massive cardiac arrest in Shillong.
to Canada August 17th to September 17th, 2015 by: Fr. Hilario Fernandes,
sfx | Vice-Postulator, Cause of Ven. Fr. Agnelo De
Pilar, Goa - 403 203. India
Fr. Hilario Fernandes has written to inquire if
there are any organizations here willing to give him
a letter of sponsorship to present to the bishop's
office to say that he will coming to meet the Goan
community to promote the devotion of Fr. Agnelo.
Radio Mango Mania.
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Study indicates that the
mortality rate among 70- to 75-year-olds is higher
for those with 'optimum' weights
Being overweight can help elderly people live
longer, according to the most detailed study ever
conducted into the health and ageing of those aged
between 70 and 75. Being underweight, on the other
hand, can lead to an increased risk of mortality.
dealing with depression and suicide can turn to
Shoppers Drug Mart for help New Seniors' Mental Health
Initiative aimed at the one in five seniors who have
symptoms of depression
Nanaimo, BC, July 27, 2015
/CNW/ - Shoppers Drug Mart, the
Government of Canada and the Canadian Coalition for
Seniors' Mental Health (CCSMH) have teamed up to
help seniors dealing with depression and thoughts of
fruit, vegetables nutrition facts released
For access to Canadian Nutrition Facts and allowable
claims for the most commonly consumed Fresh Fruit
and Vegetables in Canada, please click here.
CPMA is happy to announce the release of Canadian
Nutrition Facts data, serving sizes and eligible
nutrient content claims for the most commonly
consumed fresh fruits and vegetables in Canada. This
is a culmination of over 3 years of effort working
with Health Canada. With their guidance this
information was developed for use by the Industry to
promote the marketing and consumption of fresh
fruits and vegetables in the Canadian marketplace.
Update - Safety of Food Sold in Glass Jars
Ottawa, July 13, 2015 /CNW/
- Glass jars have a long history of safe
use as food containers. However, like all food
packaging, glass jars can be damaged in their
journey from the manufacturer to your home.
Canadians should be aware of the safety features on
food packaging, including those on glass jars with
metal lids, and what to look for when purchasing
food and opening it for the first time.
16 hours ago - The owner of a Saskatoon mining
company says it's getting tougher to find good ...
Curt Harnett's voice was raspy, so he was trying to
take it easy over the weekend. ..... after nearly
all recent applicants failed a routine drug
screening. ... it took Banga a lot longer than he
expected to find drug-free workers.
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