Thursday, 18 October 2007


Hi guys, got a comment from a guy called Paresh Prabhu from Goa Doot. He wrote in to say that he should not be confused with Waman Prabhu's son Pravesh Prabhu. And Waman's son's name is Pravesh and not Paresh as we had stated... Do take note. Sorry bout the bother Paresh...

Sigmund Dsouza
because as editor of Goa Messenger he leads one of Goa’s saddest news oufits, whenever its published that is. Because the time between two issues of the monthly Goa Messenger issue exceeds even a she-elephants' menstrual cycle. Because you can never shoot this ‘Messenger’. Because you never see it around.
Peter Desouza because he is perhaps the most misunderstood journalist in Goa. Because he shouldn't mind being misunderstood because it suits him fine. Because if he is understood, people would stop ‘raving’ bout him.
Abdul Rauf Beig because his integrity is like Churchill’s pledge to his constituents. Because The Navhind Times is not the only mammary he sucks up to. Because he is the epitome of of mediocrity celebration in TNT.
Prakash Kamat because in one moment of weakness, the journalist in him bowed to the brother-in-law. Because for this Hindu correspondent in Goa, BJP's controversial mahiti ghar project was more of an inhouse venture. Because to his credit, he didn't scoff at these allegations, he merely 'Shroffed'.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

U can run but you can never hide. We will get you one day and we will write about you. Preetu

19 October 2007 at 15:18  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The name Preetu in comment 1 reminded me of a journo by the same name, who added spin to the Saleli murder case. She implied that the murder was justified. Well, if that's the case, then all murders are justifed in the mind(s) of the perpetrator(s). If say you and I have a problem, then I could tell you that to solve it, I eliminate you. You would certainly reject it. Because it goes against natural law, that I cannot do something to someone, if I do not want it done to me.

Maybe she was inspired by some school text books featuring British ruled India. The authors of such books are often lionised cause it suits the politician!

19 October 2007 at 18:01  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Navhind times published this Rajtilak Naik pic, of Digu offering flowers to a Goddess, on the front page of the October 18, 2007 issue.

It appears that Rajtilak Naik did not zoom in, because doing so would leave out the Dempos from the pic.

Gomantak Times featured the pic today on pg 3. They too have included the Dempos. The photo was clicked by someone who uses just his/her initials of 'DI'

19 October 2007 at 18:16  
Blogger Pen Pricks said...

Anon 1: Who's running?

19 October 2007 at 18:51  

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