Tuesday 15th March, 2005

 
 
 
 
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Seeromani Maharaj-Naraynsingh is led from San Fernando Magistrates’ Court yesterday, after Deputy Chief Magistrate Mark Wellington committed her and businessman Elton Ramasir to stand trial for the murder of her husband’s second wife, Chandra Naraynsingh, in 1994.

Photo: Tony Howell

Editorial

It’s a crime!

You have failed, Mr Joseph

News

Anamika cries for stepmom

Anamika Naraynsingh cried uncontrollably and had to be comforted by relatives, after the committal of her stepmother Seeromani Maharaj-Naraynsingh to stand trial for the murder of her mother Dr Chandra Naraynsingh...

Tearoom brawl

Sharma fires another salvo

Fyzabad MP Chandresh Sharma has filed criminal proceedings against Housing Minister Dr Keith Rowley, arising out of their alleged altercation in the Red House tearoom...

State witness in court for drugs, arms, ammo

One of the men whose testimony was instrumental in the committal of Seeromani Maharaj-Naraynsingh and Elton Ramasir to stand trial for the murder of Dr Chandra Naraynsingh, appeared before a judge yesterday, on drugs, arms and ammunition charges...

Bail for third man in Rahaman abduction

A third man in the kidnapping and false imprisonment of veterinary surgeon Dr Azizul Rahaman appeared yesterday before a Port-of-Spain magistrate...

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Persad happy, cautious on bpTT sale

Local energy entrepreneur Dr Krishna Persad said yesterday bpTT’s decision to divest its Teak, Saaman and Poui fields was a great opportunity for local participation for upstream sector of the industry...

SEA stress

Kathleen Harris-Smith, mother of 11-year-old twin boys, Mikel and Mickelle, said she has her hands full. She has to prepare both for Thursday’s Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) examination...

All 22 players sign

WICB says C&W had every chance

All 22 players who received invitation letters from the West Indies Cricket Board requesting that they sign them if they were available for consideration, have signed and returned the letter agreeing to the process...

Business Guardian
Entertainment
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Man with many hats...

Canada-born Calder Hart wears several hats nowadays. He’s CEO of the Home Mortgage Bank. He’s chairman of the National Insurance Board (NIB)...

Best of both worlds

Take three Trini-born, American-based rappers, add the son of a calypso legend and what’s the result? “The best of both worlds,” according to The Regime—four men with a vision of transforming the sound of local music...

With today marking the official end of the work week for many, the Guardian gives its readers a lagniappe from last weekend’s major fetes...

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