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Sharma Resigns
Posted: Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Sharma Resigns
As probe against minister for beating ex-girlfriend begins

Sharma resigns
FOR the second time in a week Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar has advised the President of the decision to revoke the appointment of one of her Cabinet ministers


Chandresh Sharma statement

Sacha: Smear campaign against me
Claims that a smear campaign has been launched against her by United National Congress (UNC) and supporters.

...Mixed emotions in Fyzabad
THERE were mixed reactions in the Fyzabad constituency yesterday, following the revocation of the appointment as Government minister of Chandresh Sharma, who is Member of Parliament for the area.

Sat on alleged behaviour: Wrong for any man to act like that

Rowley: Govt collapsing
...PM's actions 'designed to win votes'

COP leader says Kamla sets new standard

...PM earning political points, says analyst
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar earned political points in taking decisive action against her ministers, says political analyst Dr Winford James.

Wide support for PM's firing Glenn

Pastor Vishnu "Kitty" Lutchmansingh, 54, yesterday killed his brother, injured his nephew, attempted to kill two other nephews and then committed suicide

Las Lomas in grief as Pastor Kitty shoots brother, kills self

Howai: Strong credit unions key
'New legislation to ensure that coming'

THA: Shaw Park roundabout on budget at $8m

Giant African Snail closer to 'food basket' region
During the course of January, over 20,000 Giant African snails were collected in farming districts in Mt Lambert, just north of the Aranguez "food basket" community.

Suruj defends $1billion Beetham Wastewater Plant
Defends tendering process that resulted in the award of a contract to Super Industrial Services Limited.

No mullet in school lunches says Ministry
The Ministry of Education has denied claims by secretarty of Fishermen and Friends of the Sea (FFOS) Gary Aboud that mullet fish was being used by the School's Nutrition Programme (SNP).

Venezuelan airline starts flights to T&T
The new air route of Rutas Aéreas de Venezuela (RAVSA), a private airline flying from the eastern Venezuelan city of Maturin to Piarco

Man drowns after saving relatives Maracas Bay

2 men electrocuted in San Juan
...while doing house repairs

An accident waiting to happen
The Petrotrin oil spill

Bullied boy gets $6,000 to help with medical expenses
Stabbed in eye with pencil...

'Mad man' steals ambulance
A 55-YEAR-OLD mentally challenged man who drove away with Fire Service ambulance from the compound of Sangre Grande District Hospital at Ojoe Road, Sangre Grande

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