Sunday – September 04, 2011

September 4, 2011 | Filed Under Cartoons, Features / Columnists 

Election Fever – a chapter in Guyana’s history from Dr. Yesu Persaud

September 4, 2011 | Filed Under News 

The words “before 1992” and “after 1992” are phrases fraught with meaning for all Guyanese, young and old alike. For the older folks it speaks of a turning point; good in the opinion of some, not so good in the opinion of others, but irrespective of their opinion of what came after, all of these […]

Buxton high achievers cop Annie Daniels Award

September 4, 2011 | Filed Under News 

Two young women from the village of Buxton have issued a reminder that the days of village of high scholarly achievement are not over for the proud East Coast Demerara community. The young women Shabiki Beaton and Tishana Arthur both performed outstandingly at this year’s Caribbean Secondary Certificate (CSEC) examinations and were the recipients of […]

New Amsterdam celebrates 120 years of existence

September 4, 2011 | Filed Under News 

The New Amsterdam Town Council is currently celebrating 120 years of existence. The Council which is headed by Mayor Claude Henry observed the milestone on Thursday 1st September with a simple Prayer Breakfast at the New Amsterdam Town Hall. Speaking to the media, Mayor Henry stated that over the years, the town has grown and […]

A great country will be made by its young people

September 4, 2011 | Filed Under AFC Column, Features / Columnists 

(An Address to the AFC Youths on 30th August at the party’s Head Office) By Anita Jaikaran New York/New Jersey Chapter Our realities, our future, our tomorrow, will depend on how much effort we put into changing our circumstances today. A majority of the Guyanese with whom I communicate on a daily basis on the […]

It was a dogfight, but we created more chances – Shabazz

September 4, 2011 | Filed Under Sports 

- performance not fluid By Rawle Welch Describing Guyana ‘Golden Jaguars’ 2-0 triumph over Barbados in the 2014 World Cup qualifier as a dogfight, Technical Director of the team Jamal Shabazz in an interview with Kaieteur Sport from the team’s hotel yesterday said that the players displayed a lot of heart and determination. “It was […]

Christian smashes explosive 83 as GCC, MSC, DCC advance to semis

September 4, 2011 | Filed Under Sports 

Guyana’s newest West Indian selectee Derwin Christian yesterday smashed an explosive 82 to help DCC join GNIC, GCC and Malteenoes in the semi-finals of the Georgetown Cricket Association (GCA) Queensway 50-overs cricket competition. Playing at the DCC ground, the 28-year-old Christian, selected along with fellow Guyanese Devendra Bishoo and Chris Barnwell to tour England with […]

Guyanese secure several medals as event concludes

September 4, 2011 | Filed Under Sports 

The Caribbean Badminton International Junior Championships (CAREBACO) concluded in Barbados at the Wildey Gymnasium yesterday. Play on Friday saw the Under-15 Boys Singles Semi-Finals and the Under-13 Mixed Doubles Round Robin Events. Results are: Under-15 Boys Singles Semi-Finals: Narayan Ramdhani of Guyana lost to Top Seed Soren Opti of Suriname in a trilling three setter […]

GDF claim Rugby Seven’s League

September 4, 2011 | Filed Under Sports 

Just like last Saturday with perfect control on field, the Guyana Defence Force proclaimed their victory in the Rugby Seven’s League at the National Park Rugby ground, yesterday with an ideal score of 10 points to win from both opponents. Yamaha Caribs and Hornets were no match for the champs of the league. Yamaha Caribs […]

Guyana must win as they seek Digicel Caribbean Cup title

September 4, 2011 | Filed Under Sports 

Last weekend’s Hurricane Irene did not only reap havoc on the US coast line, but it also forced the cancellation of semi-finals of the 2011 Digicel (New York) Caribbean Cup football tournament, throwing the competition in a limbo. Guyana was down to play Grenada while seven time champions and cup holders Jamaica were billed to […]

Nand Persaud Karibee Rice Knock Out football tournament starts today in Berbice

September 4, 2011 | Filed Under Sports 

The Long awaited and previously postponed Nand Persaud Karibee Rice Knock Out football tournament for teams in Berbice will get underway today with one game at the Esplanade Park in New Amsterdam. The tournament, which is being organized by the Pistons Football Club, is being sponsored by the Popular Business enterprise to the tune of […]

Khan, Pooran hit centuries, Ragnauth narrowly misses out

September 4, 2011 | Filed Under Sports 

Good Success, Belle Plaine, Melville and Zeelandia recorded victories in the first round of matches as the Navin and Renita Narayan 15\15 inter village round robin softball cricket competition commenced last Sunday at Belle Plaine in Wakenaam. In the first match, Good Success defeated Sans Souci by 7 wickets. Sans Souci took first strike and managed […]

SUMMER CAMP FOR MILEROCK U-17 PLAYERS CONCLUDES WITH PEP TALK

September 4, 2011 | Filed Under Sports 

The Milerock FC last Thursday concluded their Summer Camp for Under-17 players with a talk held at the Bayrock Community Centre ground. In a release from the club it was stated that the club’s future players were given a brief talk by Head Teacher of the Christianburg/ Wismar Secondary School Mr. Cleveland Thomas who spoke […]

Cricket, Robert Corbin and our own dishonesty

September 4, 2011 | Filed Under Sports 

Dear Editor, The population of this country has been severe on Robert Corbin for not standing up to the PPP Government since he became Opposition Leader. Corbin is our whipping boy. Corbin is the mask we use to hide our own dishonesty. Tell me what the ineffectiveness of Robert Corbin has to do with the […]

Please publish in the interest of our cricket development

September 4, 2011 | Filed Under Sports 

Dear Sports Editor, The Ramsay Alli/Anand Sanasie Rebel Board continues to defy all the best efforts to resolve our cricket problems, although Ramsay is on record saying “that cricket comes first”. It is not surprising since these are really only empty words, meant to lull the unsuspecting Public. Ramsay never played/cricket, was never President, Secretary, […]

Let the people speak

September 4, 2011 | Filed Under Features / Columnists, Ronald Sanders 

By Sir Ronald Sanders A quite amazing event took place in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, on August 29 and 30. Two hundred representatives of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) from China and 19 African countries held a China-Africa People’s Forum. The event is remarkable from two standpoints. First, given the fact that, for the most part, China is […]

Caribbean Wellness Month 2011 launched

September 4, 2011 | Filed Under News 

As greater emphasis is being placed on promoting healthy lifestyles throughout the world, Guyana, on Friday, last, launched “Caribbean Wellness Month 2011” at the Ministry of Health, Brickdam, under the theme “Love that Body: Love Life, Stay Healthy, Live Long”. According to Health Minister, Dr. Leslie Ramsammy, while Guyana is putting aside an entire month […]

Building your home? (Re-using the rubble, materials from your dismantled home)

September 4, 2011 | Filed Under News 

By Leonard Gildarie Planning to build a new home will ultimately include ideas of how to save on costs. And there are a variety of ways to do so. Cutting on transportation costs and shopping smart will be two of the more obvious options. But there are other ways to also save. I remember back […]

Embarrassing the Police Commissioner

September 4, 2011 | Filed Under Features / Columnists, My Column 

By Adam Harris Deception is one of the oldest games in the world. There are those who are wont to trace the roots of deception to the time when Eve deceived a more than gullible Adam to eat the Forbidden fruit. Since then there have been numerous acts of deception. One of the more famous […]

The Guyanese people must demand President Jagdeo’s resignation now!

September 4, 2011 | Filed Under Features / Columnists, Freddie Kissoon 

I begin this column with two observations. First, the Police Commissioner in Guyana’s social structure is among the first top four most powerful persons in the country. So powerful is the Police Commissioner that his authority goes way beyond any Cabinet Minister except the President. Secondly, the US Embassy in Guyana is the conduit for […]

The house of horror murders

September 4, 2011 | Filed Under Features / Columnists, Murder and Mystery 

By Michael Jordan Take a trek up the West Bank Demerara Public Road to Goed Intent, and you will see a large, empty lot, overgrown with weeds and with a solitary mango tree on the western side. That empty lot has a gruesome history. Blood was spilled on that land, and to this day, no […]

The Baccoo Speaks

September 4, 2011 | Filed Under Features / Columnists, The Baccoo Speaks 

Stupid people do stupid things and create unnecessary problems. A young gunman, uneducated as most of them are these days, would pounce on a policeman in plainclothes because the gunman happened to spot some jewellery. The policeman is going to attempt to surrender and then use his weapon on the gunman who would run away. […]

Told them so…

September 4, 2011 | Filed Under Features / Columnists, Ravi Dev 

(Not wishing to comment substantively on matters sub judice (and running afoul of the law) we offer the following proposal for the zillionth time.) In all societies, citizens (not unreasonably) critically evaluate the policies and activities of the incumbent government: governments after all, are elected to run the State on behalf of its citizens. This […]

Looking For Happiness?

September 4, 2011 | Filed Under Features / Columnists, Food For Thought 

When people ask me what I want to do when I grow up, I say, “I want to change the world.” That’s a tough one, don’t you think? In a world full of war, poverty and hatred, it’s definitely not possible. Well, that’s what some say. But you know what I think? There is hope. […]

EVERY COUNTRY PROTECTS ITS INTERESTS

September 4, 2011 | Filed Under Features / Columnists, Peeping Tom 

WikiLeaks is an unnecessary distraction at this time. It will only serve to divert attention to issues that have long been in the public domain and which were sensationalized prior to the 2006 elections, and which did not affect the outcome of those elections in so far as the opposition parties were concerned. If anything, […]

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