Godfrey ‘Half man’ Eleazor Inter Primary Football competition concludes

May 29, 2011 | Filed Under Sports 

St Therese primary played unbeaten top come out on top in the boys version and All Saints Primary won the girls edition when the fourth and second editions of the annual Godfrey ‘Half man’ Eleazor Inter Primary School five-a-side football tournament for Primary schools in New Amsterdam was played recently at the All Saints Scott Church ground […]

Bandits escape with over $8M from jewellery dealer

May 29, 2011 | Filed Under News 

On Friday evening, Nandranie Deodat, a resident of the Wallers Delight, West Coast Demerara, was returning home after a hard day’s work when she was beaten and robbed of millions of dollars in cash and jewellery, right in front of her residence. Around 18:15 hrs (06:15pm), Nandranie stepped out of a hire car (short drop […]

Do your research before pronouncing Minister Prashad

May 29, 2011 | Filed Under Letters 

Dear Editor, I was stunned upon hearing the Minister of Tourism, Manniram Prashad, state that visitors to our country can now obtain a Guyanese driver’s permit after tendering their licence from their country of origin, and that this would be unique in the Caribbean. It was particularly flabbergasting to hear this pronounced with such gusto. […]

Lethem Day of Interaction dubbed as sensational

May 29, 2011 | Filed Under Sports 

They came by the hundreds to the first ever Day of Interaction held in the hinterland region of Region # 9. The activity was held at the St. Ignatius Community Centre Ground last Sunday.  The Day of Interaction which was organized by the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sport/ National Sports Commission in partnership with […]

Freddie Kissoon replies to Mr. Bhagwan

May 29, 2011 | Filed Under Letters 

Dear Editor, I refer to a letter from Mr. Devanand Bhagwan in your May 27 edition in which he claims that I know of him. I have never met or was introduced to or have ever seen a person by that name. I don’t know anyone by that name except that signature appears on letters […]

Marian Academy primary school inter-house Badminton tournament continues

May 29, 2011 | Filed Under Sports 

The Marian Academy Primary School Inter-House Round Robin Badminton Tournament is continuing at the School’s Badminton Courts. To date the points standing for the Four Houses after the play-offs are: Fatima- 9 points, Coromoto -2 points, Guadalupe-1 point, Lourdes- 0 point In latest matches played: Fatima defeated Coromoto: 4-0 Girls Singles: Priyanna Ramdhani defeated Leah […]

St. Joseph High celebrates “Cultural Explosion 2011”

May 29, 2011 | Filed Under News 

Hundreds of students, who attend the St. Joseph High School, on Wednesday, celebrated their annual “Cultural Explosion 2011” as part of their “Culture Week” that aims to expose children to the various cultures while enlightening them about the history and contributions of the diverse races in Guyana. According to Marlyn Davis, a teacher of the […]

Have we been abandoned?

May 29, 2011 | Filed Under Letters 

Dear Editor, This is a shame on the Government, just think about it, the rains are here and now the chairman decides to hold meetings concerning the roads. When they had the dry season they did noting. What can they do now? Lethem will once again be locked off from Georgetown. And I wonder who […]

Peoples Partnership leads PNM after a year

May 29, 2011 | Filed Under Letters 

Dear Editor, The findings of an opinion survey conducted by NACTA in Trinidad over the last week show the incumbent Peoples Partnership (PP) government headed by Prime Minister Kamla Persad Bissessar will retain office if an election were called now. While the PP has lost support and is likely to lose several seats, it will […]

Safraz takes Top 16 Independence Table Tennis tournament in Berbice

May 29, 2011 | Filed Under Sports 

Top player Gibran Hussein Safraz of Corriverton, Berbice defeated Number two seed Richard Bacchus in the final to continue his winning ways in the Table Tennis circle in Berbice. The occasion was the Top 16 Independence Table Tennis tournament which was successfully organized by the steering Committee of the Berbice Table Tennis Association in collaboration […]

Neal and Massy funds gear for local football referees

May 29, 2011 | Filed Under Sports 

The Neal and Massy Group of Companies continued its support to sports locally with a financial donation to the Guyana Football Referees Council during a simple ceremony at AINLIM head office at Ruimveldt Friday. President of the Neal and Massy Sports Club Stuart May presented a cheque to Senior Vice President of the GFRC Dion […]

Only a political solution can save Guyana

May 29, 2011 | Filed Under Letters 

Dear Editor, Ravi Dev’s quite stimulating article, “Who to deconstruct?” was a relevant addition to the collection of ideological thoughts on the political solutions for Guyana. Let me be absolutely clear, Guyana cannot be saved unless we have a political solution. Since 1992, our political progress has been most pathetic and that is why persons […]

Chinese Influx

May 29, 2011 | Filed Under Editorial 

As the Chinese economic juggernaut keeps rolling on at its heady double digit rate for over two decades, it has been accompanied by some developments that have sparked quite a heated debate that rages from Africa to Suriname. There is, of course, the massive growth in trade between Africa and China that is still tilted […]

Building your home? (A look at those inferior doors, etc.)

May 29, 2011 | Filed Under News 

By Leonard Gildarie This week we were supposed to continue examining some of the products available by suppliers and problems experienced by owners and others when using them. However, we received a number of requests to speak of poor quality materials and their impact. Now, this is a critical issue that even I can boast […]

Cartoons Sun. May 29, 2011

May 29, 2011 | Filed Under Cartoons, Features / Columnists 

Mayor’s Cup Football team for Suriname tour

May 29, 2011 | Filed Under Sports 

Most of the outstanding players from the recently concluded Mayor’s Cup Football tournament have been rewarded by being named to the Mayor’s Cup All Star team that will tour Suriname for a Goodwill tournament on June 9 and 11. Pele players dominate the 21-man squad which will also travel with five officials and depart Guyana […]

Immigration TALK: Reasons you may be found Inadmissible into the U.S.

May 29, 2011 | Filed Under News 

By Attorney Gail S. Seeram, Gail@Go2Lawyer.com It is erroneous to believe that once you have a B-1/B-2 tourist visa or newly issued immigrant visa that you will have no problems entering the United States.  A visa to the United States gets you to the port of entry (New York, Miami, etc.) but the examining Customs […]

The Dog (Canis lupus)

The dog (Canis lupus familiaris and Canis lupus dingo) is a domesticated form of the grey wolf, a member of the Canidae family of the order Carnivora. The term is used for both feral and pet varieties. The dog may have been the first animal to be domesticated, and has been the most widely kept […]

MEMORIES….. WHERE ARE THEY NOW?

May 29, 2011 | Filed Under Bill Cotton/Reform, Features / Columnists 

Nostalgia is not what it used to be. Bill has been round the Guytelly track a few times and over a few years and is given to occasional melancholy and wondering what happened to some old friends. Just where are they now? ‘Uncle Freddie’ Sanchara ran a little TV academy at Channel Four in Queenstown […]

Guyana: Recovering its ‘lost’ years

May 29, 2011 | Filed Under Features / Columnists, Ronald Sanders 

By Sir Ronald Sanders May 26th marked 45 years since Guyana became independent. During that time other countries, such as Malaysia, Singapore and the Maldives that had been far behind Guyana in development have surpassed it. So, while this sprawling country, larger than England and rich in natural resources, marked its 45th year as an […]

The computer delivery programme

May 29, 2011 | Filed Under Features / Columnists, My Column 

By Adam Harris It goes without saying that one of the greatest things to have happened in Guyana is the introduction of computers to just about everyone. For years I have always thought that it would be a great thing for children to have access to the internet, because there is so much information out […]

Serving alcohol at Feminition is like asking a woman to kiss a cutlass

May 29, 2011 | Filed Under Features / Columnists, Stella Says 

There has been debate amongst highly regarded women’s advocates concerning the Feminition Expo that will still be in full swing as most people read this column. There are two main points at hand: the first point is whether Feminition should be serving alcohol and the second is whether the money spent on the Expo could […]

Two interesting memories of Sharanie Doobay

May 29, 2011 | Filed Under Features / Columnists, Freddie Kissoon 

I was opening my gate to drive into the yard. I got a call from Dale Andrews of this newspaper telling me that Dr. Doobay’s wife had just been killed. I was shocked and expressed loud disbelief to Dale. My wife and mother-in-law were in the vehicle. My wife asked in anxiety what had happened […]

The Baccoo Speaks

May 29, 2011 | Filed Under Features / Columnists, The Baccoo Speaks 

It must be the goddess of nonsense that is hovering over Guyana because there are some stupid things that are happening. Two young men from a depressed area will target a passerby and relieve him of a haversack. Strangely enough, there would be nothing of consequence in the haversack but this would only infuriate the […]

Whose side?

May 29, 2011 | Filed Under Features / Columnists, Ravi Dev 

Late last year, in an article “Guyana’s Tragedy”, I analogised the political struggle between Indians and Africans in Guyana to one between the two sets of cousins in the Mahabharat. I wrote, in part, “As in the Mahabharat, both sides were promised that if they played by the rules, the “kingdom” would eventually be theirs. […]

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