I wish to simply extract a few quotes from the judgments
delivered by the Court of Appeal in the Maha Sabha
radio licence case...
its that time of year. On second thought, its
everyday of the year that the inequalities regarding
wealth in this nation are highlighted...
is no way to dress up this issue, but my initial feeling
was dismay as I viewed the story of Israel Khan, SC,
being sent back to the closet to get a jacket and
Liquor Licences Act, as amended in 2002, provides
that a person who knowingly sells or allows
another person to sell liquor to a child under
the age of 18 years is guilty of an offence and liable
to a fine of $2,000 on first conviction, and the suspension
of his licence...
Mohammed updated 23/01/05
first day of school was pretty like a picture. Dutiful
students skipped merrily across the concrete Quad
to classes, tossed their handbags over the grassy
green field, and bounced with books through the
clouds of dust in the sandy car park. The six million
stray dogs on campus woofed excitedly as if to let
us know we are loved...
Hamid Ghany updated
the region, there are two undercurrents that are resonating
in the public domainone is a desire for regional
unity and the other is a desire for an examination
of the constitutional arrangements that govern us...
Mathur updated 30/01/05
families have ancestors whose quirks are passed down
the generations and repeated so often that they become
part of your own experience...
found itself debating crime on Friday, which, since
its a burning issue, you might consider timely,
if not positively urgent, and certainly useful...
Grant updated 30/01/05
the Carnival presses ever closer, Joan Yuille Williams
whose Ministerial mas, if only for what it costs,
should be queen of the bands, is best remembered for
a wardrobe malfunction...
A. George updated 30/01/05
again, our governing body for steelband has conspired
to make a royal mess of our national Panorama festival
and in the inspired words of the late US rapper the
Notorious BIG, it clearly seems to be a case of, more
money, more problems...
Quentrall-Thomas updated 30/01/05
Last week I wrote about a programme called Back To
The Floor, where managers have to leave their desks
and go and spend a day actually being with the staff
for whom they are responsible...
Lee updated 30/01/05
my three week Christmas escape to Trinidad, adjustment
to the fast lanes which are life in the Big Fug is
neither easy nor welcome. Instead of driving through
the waving cane down Daisey Road and onto the highway