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Ravi-Ji
Sat Maharaj

Police reform bills debate will continue in the Lower House today, after a rather muted start yesterday, in which Prime Minister Patrick Manning, AG John Jeremie and MPs Gerald Yetming, Gillian Lucky and Fitzgerald Hinds took centre stage.

Photos: Brian Ng Fatt and Karla Ramoo

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News

Government banks on LNG investment

As part of T&T’s initiative to broaden its participation in the LNG market, it would be partaking in shipping, LNG receiving and regasification terminals, Minister of Energy and Energy Industries Eric Williams has said...

Teachers march on Saturday

The T&T Unified Teachers’ Association is planning a mass demonstration for Saturday. The union’s president Trevor Oliver said yesterday that the union had been given the okay for the march by its lawyer, Douglas Mendes...

Kidnappers buy victims—Hinds

Kidnap victims are snatched by one set of people and sold to real kidnappers, who then conduct negotiations with families for ransom money, Laventille East/Morvant MP Fitzgerald Hinds has said...

Diplomat heads Police Service Commission

Christopher Thomas is expected to be sworn in as new chairman of the Police Service Commission on Friday...

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Port business grows 13 per cent

Local businesses will benefit from the reconstruction of Berth Seven at the Port of Port-of-Spain which was expected to cost $120 million...

Sikhs come full circle in India

On one street in Old Delhi, the bustling Chandni Chowk, which is predominantly Muslim, you will find Hindu temples, mosques and a gurdwara, which is said to be built on the very spot where a great Sikh (say: “seek” or “sick”) leader, Guru Tegh Bahadur, was tortured, beheaded and martyred...

Caribbean Volleyball Championships

Double blow for locals at the hands of Bajans

T&T teams suffered major disappointment on day two of the 10th Caribbean Volleyball Championships (CVC), as they were handed heavy defeats when the tournament continued at the Wildey Gymnasium in Barbados on Monday...

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War over water

Fight taking place in London, T&T

The Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) and the Desalination Company (Desalcott) are engaged in a bitter legal wrangle over the utility’s decision not to pay higher rates for the water it buys from Desalcott...

‘Boogsie’ fans get special treat from Witco Desperadoes

Despite frequent drizzle spells and many uncomfortable posteriors on the hard concrete steps of the St James Amphitheatre, Witco Desperadoes enjoyed a full turnout on Saturday as it headlined Panyard Sensations...

Trini Revellers is the winner of the George Bailey Large Band award. Check out more photos from Carnival 2004...

 
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