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Seetahal assassinated
Posted: Sunday, May 4, 2014

Seetahal assassinated
The country woke up to news that a senior attorney at the criminal bar was gunned down this morning, in what police have described as a "professional" hit.


'Silver bullet for Ramesh'
Former attorney general Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj says he has hired private security after learning that there is a "silver bullet"for him if he continues to stand up against the People's Partnership

Warner: This is how low we have descended
Jack Warner Political Leader of the Independent Liberal Party (ILP) in a response to the murder today of senior counsel Dana Seetahal, said "it is a sad day for Trinidad and Tobago".

Security for judge, lawyers

Seetahal assassinated: Read the AG's statement

Judges raised concerns in 2008
Alleged prison litigation ploy

Warner to raise matter in Parliament
Warner said he had filed two questions for response by Attorney General Anand Ramlogan in relation to fees paid to attorney Gerald Ramdeen for prison litigation matters.

Moonilal looking on with interest
Leader of Government Business and Housing Minister Dr Roodal Moonilal said he was looking on with interest on how matters related to prison litigation and the role of the Ministry of the Attorney General were unfolding.

Collective gasp as flag falls twice
THE national flag which draped the casket of Arthur NR Robinson fell twice at the State Ecumenical Service for the former president and prime minister at Dwight Yorke Stadium in Bacolet, Tobago

London: Ensure his vision is realised
FORMER president and prime minister Arthur NR Robinson died with his vision of self-governance for Tobago unrealised and it is up to us to ensure his dream does not die.

PM: Tobago was Robinson's first love
TRINIDAD and Tobago yesterday said a final goodbye to the "Castara Kid”, former president and prime minister Arthur NR Robinson.

'Abuse of taxpayers' $$ at ERHA
...overtime bill exceeds 200,000 a month

$1.5 million in losses
...tanker unable to berth as HSE raises red flag

From Reshmi to 'prisongate' fiasco, Govt still maintains strong support base
From the 2011 Reshmi Ramnarine incident to the current "prisongate"fiasco, there has been no shortage of scandals and misadventures in the four years since the PP coalition took office

Ramesh, Jack join forces again fight against PP corruption

Nacta poll gives Rowley landslide win over Penny

'Black' talk on PNM platform again
Penny denounces comments by supporter during open-mic session

The CCJ: A symbol of Caribbean ingenuity
...striving towards its vision to provide high quality justice

Mayor praises incident-free Jouvert at Borough Day

57 per cent enroll for tertiary education in T&T

Faulty ballast to blame for Petrotrin fire
A FAULTY ballast may have been the cause of a fire at Petrotrin yesterday morning.

The killing of Dr Rodney in Guyanese politics
An official enquiry got under way in Guyana last Monday to determine the circumstances of the death of the internationally renowned historian and political activist Dr Walter Rodney.

Alfonso up for re-election as First Citizens chairman
Come May 12, Nyree Alfonso is up for re-election as the chair of First Citizens at the bank's annual general meeting in Port of Spain.

PM to open Diplomatic Academy on Tuesday
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar will formally open the Diplomatic Aca­demy of the Caribbean at The University of the West Indies on Tuesday at The University Inn and Conference Centre at Circular Road, St Augustine.

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