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Was Kamla 2015 the Source and the Course for the Waterloo?

By Stephen Kangal
November 06, 2015

Stephen KangalThe reason, inter alia, advanced by the Moonilal “Go Kamla” Team including that of Dr. Tim Gopeesingh for the defeat of the PP in the 2015 elections and hence the current lobbying for rejection of Kamla for re-election to the Political Leadership of the UNC, is that the unprecedented, untried and untested Presidential style campaign strategy engineered by Campaign Manager, Rodney Charles, that made Kamla 2015 the focal point and dominated the PP election campaign strategy was flawed and did not resonate with nor did the electorate buy into it. This convenient thesis goes against the dynamics of the elections, is far off the target and would give the stamp of objectivity/ issues-based politics underpinning the final tally.
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Senator Moses is a Primordial Sinner Casting the First Stone

By Stephen Kangal
October 27, 2015

Stephen KangalThe unfortunate, intentionally political mileage-grabbing, wholly incorrect, barrel-scraping and wholly unnecessary statement made by the Minister of Foreign Affairs (MFA) Senator the Honourable Dennis Moses during the recent Budget debate concluded in the Senate in which he attempted to uphold to national ridicule and blame the former T&T OAS Ambassador, Dr Neil Parsan for seeking employment in the OAS to which he was accredited, is so superficial and annoying because it is reflective of tenour of the other interventions we have had to endure from the current cadre of the young and inexperienced Government ministers who seem to be grasping at elusive straws in the wind for gaining public attention and indulging in the ubiquitous and monotonous blame game.
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Youths Take Hillview’s 60th Birthday to the People

By Stephen Kangal
July 17, 2015

Stephen KangalThe continuing celebrations of Hillview College’s 60th Birthday were taken to the streets of the host community of Tunapuna on Saturday 27 June during a 5K fun run organized by an indefatigable Staff Member, Mr. Victorio Hawkins and his group of volunteers. Students from SAGHS, Trinity/Bishop’s, Lakshmi’s and other neighbouring schools joined the students of Hillview in a grand arena-type celebration enjoying great camaraderie among themselves.
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Chaguanas West Did Not Vote For That Jack!

By Stephen Kangal
June 26, 2015

Stephen KangalWe the voters of Chaguanas West of the elections held in 2010 and 2013 did not vote for the current adversarial “buss the mark” agenda being prosecuted by our MP Jack Warner. He no longer represents our views and aspirations having voted for him overwhelmingly and unprecedentedly in the 2013 bye-election.
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Rowley Must Clear the Pre-Debates Decks

By Stephen Kangal
June 17, 2015

Stephen KangalExpelled-from-Parliament MP Dr Keith Rowley and leader of the PNM is under political and moral obligation to clear the decks of those incriminating issues still hanging over him like swords of Damocles before he can be admitted into the Leaders Debates chamber to stand up as an equal to the Prime Minister and leader of the UNC. He must issue an apology to the Speaker of the House and to those MP’s whose reputation has been sullied by his deliberate falsehoods and fabrications.
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Disband the Debates Commission

By Stephen Kangal
June 08, 2015

Stephen KangalThis proposal of the CIC Debates Commission to host two Leaders Debates involving the PM Kamla Persad-Bissessar and PNM leader, Dr Keith Rowley is clearly indicative of the extent to which the Chamber is fossilized in and slave to the old paradigm and the old politics or order championing talk-talk and more talk. It is this continuing focus on and slavish obeisance to artificial talk that has hindered the rapid development of T&T. We continue to elect eye and ear-servants galore.
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Dr. Clifford Frederick Ramcharan – An Appreciation

Stephen Kangal
Stephen Kangal

Statement by Stephen Kangal read at the Funeral Service of the late Dr. Clifford Ramcharan held at the Susamachar Presbyterian Church on Saturday 18 April 2015 @ 11.00 a.m.
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Hillview College Diamond Jubilee Celebrations

By Stephen Kangal
April 09, 2015

Hillview College

Hillview College, founded as Naparima College, Tunapuna Branch on 17 January 1955 inaugurated the celebration of its Diamond Jubilee with a Thanksgiving and Plaque Dedication Service held at the Aramalaya Church on 17 January earlier this year. Delivering an inspiring and fitting message was the Moderator of the Presbyterian Church, the Rt. Rev’d Brenda Bullock, graduate of Iere High School shown below.
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Dismantling the National Heritage of Caroni

By Stephen Kangal
March 27, 2015

Stephen KangalThe modernization and establishment of the dual carriage-way of the new Southern Main Road in Caroni that was formally commissioned by the Honourable Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar on Wednesday 18 March had the unfortunate effect of destroying a unique chapter of local history. A land-mark bus stop was built in Frederick Settlement in 1952 resulting from representations conducted by the village first County Councillor, the late Rangasammy Chatee served to insulate and provide shelter to residents from adverse weather conditions until 2014.
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Pioneering Inclusive and Regionally Balanced Development in T&T

By Stephen Kangal
Posted: March 19, 2015

Stephen KangalStatement Delivered by Mr Stephen Kangal at the Formal Commissioning of the Modernised and Dualed Southern Main Road at Frederick Settlement, Caroni on Wednesday 18 March 2015 @ 2:30 p.m.

Mr. Chairman, Honourable Prime Minister Mrs Kamla Persad-Bissessar, Minister of Works and Infrastructure, Dr the Honourable Surujrattan Rambachan, Senator the Honourable Ganga Singh, Minister of the Environment and Water Resources, The Honourable Dr. Tim Gopeesingh, The Honourable Stephen Cadiz, The Honourable Rudranath Indarsingh and other Members of The Cabinet of T&T. Ladies and Gentlemen
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