Man murders mom, takes his own life
Posted: Monday, May 14, 2012
Man murders mom, takes his own life
All Batia Ramsumair wanted for Mother's Day was to make peace with her estranged son. Little did she know it would have been her last wish.
SON KILLS MOM OVER LAND
LIKE all mothers, Barrackpore pensioner Batia Ramsumair, 70, never stopped loving her son though she endured years of abuse from him during which he eventually drove her out of her own house.
...MP: Feuding families need help
Minister of Community Development Nizam Baksh said systems would be put in place to assist families embroiled in domestic disputes.
New bill to strengthen protection of women
A new Women Rights Bill will strengthen existing laws for the protection of women against sexual abuse and domestic violence.
COP supporters 'firmly behind' Prakash
Congress of the People (COP) party supporters have maintained their support for their leader Prakash Ramadhar and continue to rally around him as he stands up within the United National Congress-dominated coalition government.
Abdulah not sure about decision
With just ten days before he is set to make a decision on his relationship with the coalition, Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) leader David Abdulah yesterday said he was still not sure what will happen come May 24.
NJAC grinning all the way to the bank
Of all the coalition government partners, I admire NJAC's policy the most. Keep a grin on your face, your mouth tightly shut and collect your salary.
19 babies born on Mother's Day
An unsung hero of Independence
Tajmool Hosein, QC...
Clamour for change in cocoa industry
Trinidad and Tobago is home to the coveted fine flavoured cocoa beans, a prestigious club to which only eight other countries in the world belong.
Cocoa in the rain stumps estate owners
T&T poised for broadband battle
Senator hits boardwalk
INDEPENDENT Senator, Dr James Armstrong, has hit out at the plastic boardwalk built over the beach at Williams Bay, Chaguaramas, that was recently launched by Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar.
Jamaican drowns at Salybia
A Jamaican man who was bathing along with his girlfriend at Salybia beach on Saturday afternoon drowned after getting into difficulties.
Chaka crowd gets a Machel surprise
Triple crown winner Machel Montano surprised hundreds of mothers gathered at the Queen's Park Savannah, Port of Spain, on Saturday night, when he appeared on stage with veteran American soul singer Chaka Khan.
...Rudder outshines Chaka
$22 million to illuminate 46 recreational grounds
More than $22 million was spent by the Ministry of Public Utilities in illuminating 46 recreational facilities across the country during the period June 1, 2010 to October 31, 2011.
Privy Council reserves judgment on insurance case
THE Privy Council in England on Friday reserved judgment in a case that would revolutionise the law on motor vehicle insurance in relation to who is, or isn't covered when they sit in a vehicle to drive.
Heightened court security for Alleyne, Panday and Bakr
Heightened security is expected at the Port-of-Spain Magistrate's Court and the High Court this morning with the scheduled appearances of three local personalities.
2 killed in drug deal shootout
TWO men are dead following what police believe is a shootout with each other at Upper Bournes Road, St James, late on Saturday night.
Off-duty cop praised for arresting gunman
The heroic action of an off-duty police officer in preventing a shooting in Curepe yesterday was praised by several senior police officers.
2 in court for $15m ganja haul
TWO men, who were reportedly held by police with close to $15 million worth of high-grade compressed marijuana and two high-powered weapons in Arima over the weekend, are expected to appear before an Arima magistrate today.
Fake cops rob couple, rape woman
Corrupt cops to feel brunt of law
ASP Joanne Archie has again issued a warning to police officers that corrupt and unethical behaviour will not be tolerated and if found to be engaged in such activities, they will feel the full brunt of the law.
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