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Close to sedition
Posted: Friday, July 15, 2016

A TROUBLING voice note via social media, from a missing San Fernando teenager to her family, has left them and police wondering whether she is safe as she made it out to be in the message, or whether she was forced to address relatives in the manner that she did.

Rowley: Sat statements bordering on sedition
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley on Thursday slammed as being "close to sedition" statements by Sanatan Dharma Maha Sabha (SDMS) leader Satnarayan Maharaj that late former PM Patrick Manning was a racist.

Close to sedition

Rowley rejects Sat's 'racist' Manning claim Close to sedition

Rowley sets record straight
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday knocked secretary general of the Sanatan Dharma Maha Sabha Sat Maharaj for describing former prime minister Patrick Manning as a "racist."

Right thinking T&T knows truth
"Right thinking people know the truth. The rest can't be convinced."

Attack out of lineóreligious leaders
Secretary general of the Sanatan Dharma Maha Sabha, Sat Maharaj, yesterday came in for stinging condemnation by religious leaders for describing former prime minister Patrick Manning as a "racist."

Rowley to Ramadhar: Join me for Jamaica trip
IN an unprecedented move, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley has invited a member of the Opposition to join him and a Government delegation on an official State visit.

Roget warns of power cuts over T&TEC issues

Hold off protests, let's talk
Accusing La Brea protesters of making her job difficult, Energy Minister Nicole Olivierre has called on constituents to hold off on further protests.

Govt to abolish SASC over NLCB allegations
Government is moving to repeal the Statutory Authorities Service Commission (SASC) Act and abolish the SASC since it has not sent two National Lotteries Control Board (NLCB) managers on leave for Government to do an audit concerning alleged improprieties at NLCB, Finance Minister Colm Imbert has said.

Cops linking body in forest to missing guard
POLICE suspect the decomposing body of a man found by hunters in the Tabaquite forest yesterday may be that of missing prison officer Rishi Sankar.

PM meets with Ghana officials
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley on Wednesday met with representatives of the Quantum Group and BlackIvy at the Diplomatic Centre in St Ann's, Port-of-Spain.

Kamla: PNM cannot be trusted
OPPOSITION LEADER Kamla Persad-Bissessar says the ruling of the High Court yesterday on the unconstitutionality of portions of the order which proposed a new process for the selection of Commissioner and Deputy Commissioner of Police, vindicates the view that the People's National Movement (PNM) government cannot be trusted.

Kamla: Removing GATE a backward step
OPPOSITION Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar says if the Government Assistance for Tuition Expenses (GATE) programme was removed or restricted it would be a step backward for the development of the country.

DPP has concerns on Clico
THE RELEASE of the findings of Sir Anthony Colman into the collapse of Clico and CL Financial, "should not be at the cost of a future prosecution", Director of Public Prosecutions Roger Gaspard SC told Newsday yesterday, as he confirmed he will submit advice on the matter to Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley in the coming days.

Argument over Bay Rum ends in death
AN ARGUMENT between two friends about the over consumption of Bay Rum ended in death early Wednesday at an agricultural estate in Manzanilla.

7 held with hand grenade and ammunition
SEVEN members of a Maturita Village, Arima family were arrested early yesterday following a raid at their home in which a hand grenade and a quantity of assorted ammunition were allegedly recovered.

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