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Three high-profile Ministers are soon to be reassigned to considerably less prominent portfolios, in what is being billed as Operation ROPE — the first major Cabinet reshuffle of the Patrick Manning administration. Just six months into the new Government, PM Manning is said to be “busy constructing a sideboard next to his Cabinet, and persons who are near to Cabinet but not quite in, are on the list for the new Cabinet”

 

3 Ministers to feel rope

Three high profile Ministers are to soon be reassigned to considerably less prominent portfolios, in what is being billed as Operation ROPE — the first major Cabinet reshuffle of the Patrick Manning administration...

News

Friday mayhem

Three weeks before her brutal murder, Deidre-Anne Layne lived under a cloud of constant threats, her every move shadowed by a jealous, abusive lover...

Billionaire pastor in Caroni land row

Bulldozers operating under orders from Caroni (1975) Ltd moved in yesterday to raze a portion of land paved by billionaire pastor Vishnu Lutchmansingh at Main Road, Cunupia...

Cops flee station as roof caves in

Police officers fled the Gasparillo Police Station yesterday, when the roof of the garage and part of the CID section came tumbling down...

 

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Features

Trinis spend US$22m in India

Trinidad and Tobago and India had experienced a 20-25 per cent growth last year. Locals bought goods to the value of US$22 million, Indian High Commissioner Virendra Gupta has said. “This positive trend would accelerate on both sides. This has been favourable. We are even moving to the high-tech area, he added...

Woman of steel

Beautriz Ramoutarsingh is wife of steel magnate Jack Ramoutarsingh. But she’s a steely businesswoman herself, for which reason she was chosen by the Penal/Debe Chamber of Commerce to speak at its awards function for 22 women at PowerGen Sports Club, Penal on Wednesday, STEPHEN BOODRAM of Guardian South Bureau reports...

Business Guardian
Entertainment

AT&T coming

The wireless arm of AT&T, the US telecommunications giant, has said it is “very interested” in obtaining one of the cellular licences when the Trinidad and Tobago Government issues them at the end of the year...

WeBeat goes on

The annual festival WeBeat may be a success when it comes to crowd turnout.But after two years the St James Community Improvement Committee (CIC), producers of the annual event, has yet to convince St James businessmen of this...

Sports
Sports Feature

Aussies clinch series

Weak desire will produce weak results – Hall

Brown beats the big guns

Praise, then axe for Anthony Rougier

Windies showing positive signs under Lara


 

 

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