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Chandresh Sharma Resigns
Posted: Monday, March 31, 2014

Chandresh Sharma Resigns
Statement by the Honourable Prime Minister, Kamla Persad- Bissessar, SC, on the revocation of the appointment of Honourable Minister of Tourism, Chandresh Sharma.

Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar this afternoon disclosed that she had taken the decision to fire her Tourism Minister Chandresh Sharma.

Controversial Pastor, Vishnu Lutchmansingh, committed suicide this morning after he shot and killed his brother.

'Fire Chandresh'
CONGRESS of the People (COP) political leader Prakash Ramadhar yesterday called for the resignation of Minister of Tourism Chandresh Sharma over newspaper reports stating he was subject to a police assault probe.

Sharma Must Go


...PM: Tough decisions are made for the greater good
In her address at the Spiritual Baptist Shouter Day celebrations in Maloney yesterday, Persad-Bissessar noted the scriptures from the book of Proverbs which speak to integrity and righteousness

PM: 'Doing right is not a choice'

...'$50,000 Govt grant not enough'
... allocated to them by Minister of National Diversity and Social Integration Rodger Samuel was insufficient to properly stage its 2014 religious celebrations.

'Time for your light to shine'
This came from Minister of National Diversity and Cultural Diversification, Rodger Samuel, as he addressed Dioceses Bishops, Elders, and followers of the Shouter Baptist faith

Baptist PTA rift goes to Teaching Service Commission

Petrotrin ignored warnings about leaky pipeline

Group pushes for debate between Rowley, Penny

Matthew Shepard's parents to visit TT
Dennis and judy Shepard, parents of 21-year-old American student Matthew Shepard, who was tortured and murdered near Laramie, Wyoming, USA in October 1998 because he was gay

Dad delivers son
...Same day wife discharged from hospital

When the Ortoire River glows
Awesome natural phenomenon...

Aboud: Some fish still safe to eat

'Teachers abuse leave'
Parent Rosanne Russell-Hillocks, 42, who is calling on the Ministry of Education to investigate high absenteeism of some teachers in the nation's schools

T&T trailing on autism education
Trinidad and Tobago is at least "30 to 40 years" behind countries such as the United Kingdom when it comes to addressing the education needs of persons affected by autism.

Tears as woman found not guilty in drug case
Penal housewife Shirley Charles was sentenced to 15 years in prison in 2008 on a charge of possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking

Tevin should have rested before driving, says father
Under-19 cricketer killed in crash

Car ploughs through pan side hospitalised, several injured

Privy Council commutes J-Lo's death sentence
Convicted killer Julia Esmeralda Sellier-Ramdeen alias "J-Lo" had her death sentence commuted to life in prison on Friday by three of the five Lords of the Privy Council.

Trini lawyer represents banned Jamaican athlete
TRINIDADIAN attorney Dereck Balliram will appear alongside two Canandian lawyers as they represent Jamaican sprinter Dominique Blake at her challenge of a six-year ban for her second doping offence.

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