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Posted: Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar has today asked President Anthony Carmona to revoke the ministerial appointment of Dr Glenn Ramadharsingh. Ramadharsingh became the subject of negative attention following allegations of disorderly behaviour on board a Caribbean Airlines (CAL) flight from Tobago last week.

...Eyewitness on plane: I was scared for flight attendant

VINDRA Naipaul-Coolman was "sawed up like a piece of meat" and her dismembered body disposed at sea by her kidnappers who grew frustrated that their demands for money were not being met.

Khan at trial: Power saw used to murder kidnapped Xtra Foods CEO

Despite being shot on first day of abduction Vindra held on for eight days

State to call 74 witnesses
Tight security as Naipaul-Coolman murder trial starts

Lawyer: Rape accused's photo plastered all over
Alleged victim a three-year-old

Penny's brother, 3 others granted $1.6M bail
Lincoln Beckles, brother of People's National Movement (PNM) leadership candidate, Pennelope Beckles-Robinson and three others, were yesterday granted bail at a total of $1.6 million for the possession of firearms and ammunition.

'Give WASA water plant project'
The Joint Consultative Council for the Construction Industry (JCC) believes that a contract was awarded for the billion-dollar Beetham Water Recycling Plant project to lawfully sidestep the country's "oversight mechanisms".

'No support from victim, no sense going after Glenn'
Acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams yesterday said lack of support by the virtual complainant (the flight attendant) would mean the case does not reach the courts.

Glenn to submit report to PM today
Fracas on flight

...Eyewitness on plane: I was scared for flight attendant

'Flying still safest mode of transport'
Despite Malaysian plane incident...

Gopeesingh: I have no authority
EDUCATION Minister Dr Tim Gopeesingh said yesterday he has no authority on many issues in the education system.

Decision today on dead foetuses
...Should they be given to their mothers?

Hospital not giving mom foetus

T&T's first Olympic medallist dies
TRINIDAD and Tobago's first ever Olympic medallist, Rodney Adolphus Wilkes

Fight outside Mucurapo school: Extended suspension for female students
The ten female students of the Mucurapo West Government School, St James, who were suspended for one week for fighting outside the school's compound have been placed on extended suspension.

Parents beg for discipline in schools

Hefty fines coming for child porn

Cop detained
Kidnap-murder case...

He goes missing a month ago: found dead in his car
THE partially-decomposed body of a man who went missing about a month ago was found behind the wheel of his car on Friday evening, off North Coast Road, leading to Maracas Bay.

Police probe woman's death
Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of 37-year-old Kaeisha Malino, whose body was found on the ground of her home yesterday morning.

Man drowns after stoning over cell
A 26-year-old man from San Fernando drowned under the King's Wharf jetty while seeking refuge from a fruit vendor who was stoning him.

Teen on $65,000 bail for sexual assault of 3-year-old
THE teenager charged with grievously sexually assaulting a three-year-old girl was yesterday granted surety bail in the sum of $65,000 by a Couva magistrate.

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