Mannings divali message
of light over darkness should help with unity in T&T
As the Hindu community celebrates Divalithe
festival of lightsPrime Minister Patrick Manning
is urging the nation to use this religious observance
to bring the people of T&T together...
twin sons create history at QRC
Fraternal twins Christopher and Peter Carter created
history at Queens Royal College on Tuesday by
capturing two open national scholarships at the Caribbean
Advanced Proficiency Exam (Cape)/GCE A- Level examinations...
principal to students: Be alert, operate in groups
Estate Police officers at the University of the West
Indies, St Augustine, have started canine patrols
around the campus in response to fears there may be
an escalation in rapes on the compound...
Joseph man in court for Rehannas murder
26-year-old St Joseph man appeared yesterday in the
Tunapuna First Magistrates Court charged with the
murder of 22-year-old Rehanna Ramlochan...
ponders legal action
says TSTT is trying to deceive the public
with regard to its anti-competitive behaviour
of blocked calls and called for TSTT to
co-operate with the Telecommunications Authority
with its investigation...
brothers continue Indian classical tradition
close to 100 years in India, the name Minocha
has been associated with classical music.
Across the seas, thousands of miles away
in T&T, the musical lineage remains
unbroken among their descendants who settled
Airlines gets ready
room for error
for Caribbean Airlines is the countdown
for 66-year-old national carrier BWIA.
The execution process is well underway as
negotiations between unions and BWIAs
management have been resolved and the new
hummingbird logoed look launched on Monday...
concert by Shurwayne for T&T Jazz Fest
International Soca Monarch and Groovy Monarch
and twice-time road-march champion, Shurwayne
Winchester, along with the band Traffik,
are on the bumper cast of a free concert
being staged at the St James Amphitheatre
on Monday as the curtain rises on this years
T&T Steelpan & Jazz Festival (TTSJF)...
today marking the official end of the
work week for many, the Guardian gives
its readers a lagniappe from last weekends