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Posted: Saturday, May 31, 2014

Secretary general of the Sanatan Dharma Maha Sabha (SDMS) Satnarayan "Sat" Maharaj, appealed yesterday to participants at an Indian Arrival Day celebration in Debe.

Maha Sabha head accuses Opposition of hiring two generations of civil servants to block other govts

Venezuelan boat impounded: crew detained by immigration
A VENEZUELAN boat which stalled in Manzanilla last week remains docked near the police post in the district as investigations continue into allegations of diesel bunkering by its crew.

Councillor: Dumping in Pleasantville ludicrous
THE plan by the San Fernando City Corporation to seize and store derelict vehicles in the Pleasantville area, is being resisted by the local government councillor for the district.

Prakash to make choice on COP leadership
The political leader of the Congress of the People (COP), Prakash Ramadhar, will make "an important statement on the upcoming political leader elections"at 10.30 this morning

Guard our harmony

President Anthony Carmona has warned in his Indian Arrival Day message

Rowley: We are beautiful!

Warner: Act of courage to leave India
Political Leader of the Independent Liberal Party Jack Warner yesterday paid tribute to the East Indian community in his Indian Arrival Day message.

Jahaji bundle kept us

Love for Soogaree, 110

Dutch national extradited
A Surinamese-born Dutch national, who exhausted almost every legal avenue available to him in a bid to avoid extradition to Singapore, will today be transported to the southeast Asian country to face trial for fraud.

Call to reform URP, Cepep
A panel of Christian leaders and a military chief have identified temporary unemployment relief as a major factor affecting crime.

Samuel: Racist placards from 'lunatic fringe'
Instigators of the racist placards during the May 23 protest against Government should own up to it and renounce it, says National Diversity and Social Integration Minister Rodger Samuel.

'Landmark law'
Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Property Bill 2004

Dengue cases in Caribbean jump five-fold in ten years

Student, 22, fatally knocked down by car
Jheron Emekel EmManuel, 22 is the country's 55 th road fatality.

New rules for study in Canada

WASA destroys illegal river set-up in Santa Cruz
In a joint exercise involving the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) Estate Police and members of the Police Service...

Man fights for life in ICU
Shot in head on Tuesday...

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