Sharma has rights just as any accused
Privy Councils ruling against Chief Justice
Satnarine Sharma announced yesterday was a unanimous
Daly sees something unusual in judgment
Senior Counsel and former Independent Senator, Martin
Daly, describes the historical judgment against suspended
Chief Justice Satnarine Sharma as unusual...
Serious questions over CJs prosecution
attorney general Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj says the
Government cannot boast of any victory in the decision
of the Privy Council in the Sat Sharmas case...
Lords: Unusual remedy of last resort
Chief Justice Satnarine Sharma lost his battle yesterday
to forestall his prosecution on criminal charges,
after the London-based Privy Council paved the way
for his arrest...
Exchange, SEC call in RBTT
group chairman Peter July and a non-executive
director of the bank were summoned to a
meeting at the Stock Exchange yesterday
morning, to discuss recent movements in
the companys share price...
welcomes Panorama finals at Skinner Park
Fernando Mayor Kenneth Ferguson is welcoming
the opportunity to host the finals of Panorama
2007 at Skinner Park...
tightens grip on final Test
Yousuf went on a record-breaking and run-scoring
spree yet again as Pakistan piled on the
agony on a hapless West Indies on the
fourth day at Karachi...
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tale of two smelters
arguments for and against the establishment
of aluminium smelters in Chatham and La
Brea have been flying in fast and furious
over the past year and a half...
launches chutney tent 2007
mover and shaker Nirmal Massive
Gosein plans to dedicate the 2007 launch
of his Roving Chutney Calypso Tent in honour
of Culture Minister Joan Yuille-Williams...
today marking the official end of the work week for many, the Guardian gives its
readers a lagniappe from last weekends major fetes...
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