Principal lying says Sat
Posted: Saturday, November 12, 2011
Opposition Leader says sorry to Judiciary
Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley yesterday issued an unreserved apology to Justice Ronnie Boodoosingh and the Judiciary for any misunderstanding or perceived injury caused by comments made about the quashing of the extradition order for businessmen Steve Ferguson and Ish Galbaransingh.
'I apologise unreservedly'
Rowley responds to judiciary on 'unjustified attack against judge'
Anand: I will sue Rowley
South lawyers want contempt charges
The Assembly of Southern Lawyers is calling on the Law Association to consider initiating contempt proceedings against Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley.
PM hits opposition to job plan: PNM acting like 'Scrooge' again
Sat denies instructing principal not to allow black children in school
Sanatan Dharma Maha Sabha (SDMS) general secretary Satnarine Maharaj said yesterday he was being vilified as a "black hater" by the media and the People's National Movement (PNM) in order to sell papers and buy votes.
Principal lying says Sat
22 African children in school — Sat
Satnarayan Maharaj, Secretary General of the Sanatan Dharma Maha Sabha (SDMS), yesterday denied ever implementing any policy prohibiting non-Indians from attending the Tunapuna Hindu School.
Rowley: PM must deal with Devant
Leader of the Opposition Dr Keith Rowley yesterday accused Transport Minister Devant Maharaj of supporting the Maha Sabha in its agenda to "persecute" principal of Tunapuna Hindu School.
Devant: I went to help a close friend in need
Two businessmen back in court
...Ish, Steve among 'Piarco 8' in court again
JUST days after a High Court judge ordered it would be unlawful to extradite businessmen Steve Ferguson and Ishwar Galbaransingh to the United States to face charges arising out of the construction of the Piarco International Airport, the two reappeared in the Port of Spain Magistrates' Court for the continuation of the "Piarco II" enquiry.
ROBOCOP FREED OF MURDER
...Robocop goes free
The biggest prosecution of the State of Emergency anti-crime campaign collapsed yesterday when murder-accused Selwyn "Robocop" Alexis was freed because of the false evidence of the State's star witness.
...No evidence so 'Robocop' freed
Tim: Probe of textbook scam
EDUCATION MINISTER Dr Tim Gopeesingh yesterday announced that his ministry will soon launch a forensic audit into what he described as a "multi-million dollar scam" which allegedly took place in the Government textbook rental programme under the former PNM administration.
PSC is Rottweiler with no teeth—Deosaran
A no-teeth Rottweiler. That was the description given to the Police Service Commission (PSC) by its chairman Professor Ramesh Deosaran yesterday.
Police: No free for all
The curfew has been lifted, but it cannot be business as usual because the country is still under a state of emergency (SoE).
Dana Seetahal: What is the SoE minus the curfew?
Mini-bus plunges off cliff; 16 killed
CAMPAIGNING for the St Lucian national elections scheduled for November 28 was put on hold yesterday after a mini-bus carrying mourners from a funeral plunged off a cliff into the ocean, killing 16...
Blatant lies from witness
"A TISSUE of blatant lies." This was how insurance agent Cyril Murray yesterday described the testimony of former CLICO policyholder Ruth Mahabir at the Commission of Enquiry into the collapse of CL Financial and the Hindu Credit Union (HCU).
...'Racial slurs at CLICO'
INSURANCE AGENT Cyril Murray yesterday claimed he was the subject of racial slurs at insurance giant CLICO.
Rowley: Govt biggest threat to T&T
...FIU director post to be reviewed in six months
...PSC chair: Permanent FIU post in six months
Arima dad killed outside businessplace
Desmond Alibey, 39, a businessman and father of two, of Clover Crescent, Arima, was shot dead during a robbery on Thursday afternoon.
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