Doctor charged for stealing drugs
Posted: Saturday, April 28, 2012
Doctor charged for stealing drugs
A 45-year-old doctor was denied bail when he was taken before a Justice of the Peace (JP) in the Sangre Grande Second Magistrates' Court yesterday. India-born Dr Raja Nuvelle appeared before JP Shanti Sookool charged with breaking and entering the pharmacy of the Sangre Grande District Hospital and the larceny of pharmaceutical drugs worth an estimated $9,155.
First Class Sister
Vidwatie Newton, the sister of Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar, travelled first class when she accompanied the PM on her recent trip to India.
This was disclosed by Leader of Government Business Dr Roodal Moonilal, in response to a question from Laventille East/Morvant MP Donna Cox in Parliament yesterday.
The total cost of Newton's travel to India was $233,600.
PM's sister travelled first class to India
3 sisters go missing
RELATIVES of three teenage sisters who disappeared from their Laventille home on Thursday afternoon are seeking the public's assistance in locating them. The girls are Kizzy, 16; Akilah, 15; and Allisha Bengochea, 19. They were reported missing to Besson Street police by their mother, Vanessa Nichols, yesterday.
Mom fears for her girls after arson attack
Killer Flees To Guyana
THE 25-YEAR-OLD suspect being sought in connection with the brutal murder of Nikita Ramischand, 18, the daughter of prominent attorney Odai Ramischand fled Trinidad five hours after he is alleged to have killed the teen.
'Nikita cut ties with handyman'
Cops: Drug deal gone sour in Lopinot killings
Woman succumbs to severe beating by man
NEKISHA Bonval, the woman who was severely beaten and left for dead by a man in El Socorro on April 16, died in hospital on Thursday. Bonval, 33, was attacked and beaten during an argument with a man last week Monday.
Spying carried out under Panday Govt
Illegal spying was carried out under former prime minister Basdeo Panday's United National Congress government. This was revealed in the first annual report on the Interception of Communications Act 2010, which was laid in Parliament yesterday by leader of government business, Housing and the Environment Minister Dr Roodal Moonilal.
SSA gave orders for 267 wiretap cases, hails Moonilal
PNM, COP, UNC vote against Coudray
Bullied student's brother dies
With just a few days to go before he writes the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) examination, Standard Five student Matthew Koylass, a victim of a school bullying, has been dealt another blow to his young life.
Talk show host warns of muzzling
Govt to enact legislation to remove squatters
Contractors want urgent meeting with Karim
Fearing they will not be hired for the Government's new University of the West Indies (UWI) South Campus project, local contractors are planning to ask for an urgent meeting with Fazal Karim, Minister of Science, Technology & Tertiary Education. The half-billion-dollar contract in Penal/Debe has reportedly been awarded to a Chinese construction firm, China Jiangsu International, and local contractors are claiming there are no local-content conditionalities in it.
Minister hails Licensing Office probe
Amery claims deadly MS-13 gang operating in T&T
Members of one of the most dangerous gangs in the world, MS-13, are currently in this country working on construction sites, says Opposition MP Dr Amery Browne.
Alleged child molester gets $120,000 bail
Trade unionist Townsend remembered as Ďa fighter'
Veteran trade unionist Lyle Townsend dies at 66
Former CWU chief dies at 66
Principal sent on leave for 30 days
Cop charged with drunken driving on $8,000 bail
Govt to claim billions from CL Financial
CL Financial chairman Gerald Yetming said yesterday that the Government will soon be making a claim to the conglomerate for the cost of the January 2009 intervention and will request an extension of the three-year Shareholders' Agreement to allow the negotiations for the claim, expected to be more than $10 billion, to be concluded.
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