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West Indies lifts World T20 crown
Posted: Monday, October 8, 2012

West Indies lifts World T20 crown
Marlon Samuels produced a brilliant allround performance to guide West Indies to a 36-run victory over Sri Lanka in the World Twenty20 cricket final yesterday.

Windies wins World T20 in style, celebrates with dance

...Team showered with praise
ACCOLADES poured in yesterday for the West Indies team on their victory

T&TEC 'ignored own tendering rules'
Gregory de Montrichard, managing director of Risk Research Ltd (RRL), the preferred candidate which lost T&TEC's (Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission) brokerage contract to Neil Gosine on a claim that the tender process was flawed...

'No SoE in Laventille'
National Security Minister Jack Warner yesterday blasted the People's National Movement (PNM) for "politicising" the current ceasefire and lowered murder rate in Laventille.

Hypolite: Jack wrong about murders in Laventille
National Security Minister Jack Warner was wrong when he said that there have been no murders in Laventille over the past few weeks, says Opposition MP Nileung Hypolite.

Jack goes after Keith
NATIONAL Security Minister Jack Warner last night vowed to unleash a blistering pace attack against Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley when the 2013 Budget debate resumes today in the House of Representatives at 10 am.

PNM press to retake Volney's St Joseph in General Elections
The PNM's St Joseph constituency has started mobilising to press for UNC MP Herbert Volney to resign and for the party to retake the seat the next general elections.

COP in 'serious position' says Seepersad-Bachan
The Congress of the People (COP) has become very fragmented and is now in a "serious position."

THA head: It's an election gimmick
London scoffs at Anil's corruption charges...

Mayaro Chamber calls on Govt: Fast-track CCTV incentives
The Mayaro Chamber of Commerce wants the Government to fast-track the implementation of the relevant legislation to reduce the cost of CCTV cameras.

SSA gets bigger Budget $$
THE STRATEGIC Services Agency (SSA)'s allocation in the 2013 Budget has increased by $77.3 million to $107.6 million.

Rules governing lawyer, client relationship

'Govt must move to ease GATE fears'
GOVERNMENT must cease making "vague and ominous" references about the Government Assistance for Tuition Expenses (GATE) programme as it was causing "mental torture" to students.

Petition urges: Stop child marriage

Indarsingh reads riot act to 'delinquent' councillors
Underperforming local government representatives on the Couva/Tabaquite/Talparo Regional Corporation may soon face the wrath of Couva South MP Rudranath Indarsingh.

The rise of the Chinese in T&T

Keith Subero: Wake up, Madam PM

Businessman shot dead
BUSINESSMAN Chang Xia Oseng, 33, became the fourth Chinese national to be murdered this year when he was fatally shot on Saturday night inside his Chinese restaurant.

Murder in the stadium
INVESTIGATIONS are ongoing into the circumstances in which 23-year-old Joel Dubarry was shot and killed over the weekend.

Police shoot San Juan man, recover gun, marijuana
POLICE shot and wounded a man, and recovered a .38 Colt revolver and a quantity of marijuana, during an exercise in the San Juan area on Saturday.

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