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Students of Parvati Girls’ Hindu College recall the journey their ancestors made from India to Trinidad in the Fatel Rozack 158 years ago, by sitting in a replica of the ship built to mark Indian Arrival Day which the country celebrates tomorrow.

Photo: Sookdeo Baney

 

Plans to renew marriage vows shattered

Gloria Padmini Seecharan planned to renew her marriage vows in a 20th anniversary celebration next month...

News

New twist in kidnap drama

‘Woman in love’ nabbed

When Michelle Donovan saw kidnap victim Mark Prescott’s father, Wayne, begging for his son’s release on television, she fell in love...

Government, ILFC meet on BWIA today

Several Cabinet Ministers will meet with senior executives from the International Leasing Finance Corp led by the company’s president, John Plueger, at the Ministry of Finance this morning, to discuss the future of BWIA...

UNC submits names to Lindquist

The United National Congress yesterday gave forensic investigator Bob Lindquist a “whole list of names” of people to interview in his probe of alleged corruption in WASA’s $51 million payment to Water Farms Ltd, Chief Whip Ganga Singh confirmed yesterday...

 

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Business
Features

BWIA hangs tough

BWIA flights are experiencing some delays but the airline is continuing to function with its remaining aircraft as it awaits the outcome of the Government/ILFC talks, Chief Executive Officer Conrad Aleong has said...

Pundit has a leg up on politics

Pundit Gaya Persad Maharaj holds the stump of his right leg with his left hand almost absentmindedly...

Business Guardian
Entertainment

Aleong's high wire

Last Thursday night, just a few hours after BWIA had a second aircraft seized by its owners, International Leasing Finance Corporation, the airline’s Chief Executive Officer Conrad Aleong said Government should not give another cent to the leasing company, even if this meant the carrier’s demise....

‘Mystic Masseur’ opens on big screen Wednesday

The film Mystic Masseur opens on Wednesday in Trinidad, two years after it opened in the US and Europe...

Sports
Sports Feature

Brett Lee suffers mild concussion

Kenyans await T&T ‘Warriors’

Sports expert in T&T to help local coaches

Lucky 13 for PoS and environs

Bumpy Windies road begins to get smooth


 

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