‘Hatkatro Stambh’ at Old Goa is the only witness of persecution of Goan Hindus by Portuguese through the medium of inquisition. Conspiracy is being hatched to destroy this ‘Stambh’ Read more »
Central Minister of Cultural and tourism Shri. Mahesh Sharma gave assurance to the HJS delegation to take immediate cognizance of the neglect of the ‘Hatkatro Khamb’ (Inquisition Pillar) and of reviving it Read more »
Members of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) and pro-Hindu organizations had made a human chain around ‘Hatkataro Khamb (Inquisition Pillar)’ in the background of ‘Goa Kranti Din’. Hindus present at the venue expressed the following views. Read more »
If the Government of Goa and the Archaeological Department ignores the Inquisition Pillar (Hatkatro Khamb) in future, devout Hindus will make an apt decision to safeguard it ! Read more »
Preserve ‘Hatkatro Khambh’ at Old Goa; Utilize temple funds for religious activities, not social work : Demands by Hindus Read more »
Goa State Directorate of Archives and Archaeology has initiated the process for inclusion of ‘Haat Kaatro Khamb’ in the list of preserved heritage monuments. Read more »
Govt spends millions on preservation of churches which remind Portuguese oppression; but ‘Hatkataro Khamb’ which quietly tells atrocities by Portuguese against Hindus, seems to be deliberately neglected Read more »
Famous Hindutva-vadi and French journalist Francois Gautier has decided to create pictoral record of history of brutal catholic inquisition in Goa. Read more »
Till Portuguese were here, we couldn’t demand that the Francis Xavier Exposition be stopped. But after 1961, the day the Portuguese left, the body should have gone with them, why it remains here even after 53 years? – asks Robert Rosario, a Konkani Christian. Read more »
The Victims of Francis Xavier’s Atrocities have begun an agitation on the grounds that they are the descendants of the victims of Xavier’s atrocities. Their demand is to have Xavier’s body sent back to his home country, France. The Victims also plan to petition the Government of Goa and the Central Government. Read more »
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