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Anand Ramlogan

Dana Seetahal
Derren Joseph
Denzil Mohammed
Dennis Pantin
Lennox Grant
Martin George


Four men killed

The Sangre Grande community was shaken by two murders yesterday, when two men were killed four hours apart.



Cup soups still a hot seller in T&T

The popular Cup Noodles, which have been recalled by the Nissin Food Products Co in Japan, because they reportedly contained a poisonous substance, are still a hot buy at some supermarkets in T&T.

NPTA: Don’t use children to protest

President of the National Parents Teachers Association (NPTA) Zena Ramatali is calling on the Education Ministry to ensure that there is greater teacher accountability across the board.

Minister: Global changes will challenge tourism graduates

The present global situation would seem grim to many and some would question the survival of the tourism industry.

Hard times ahead

T&T will eventually feel the impact of US policy makers under the Barack Obama administration, says economist Dr Dhanyshar Mahabir.


Key to mounting digital ladder

Leading from the front, Minister of Public Administration Kennedy Swarathsingh is determined to bring Trinidad and Tobago up to world standard, insofar as information and communication technology (ICT) is concerned.

Aids scar of infidelity

When Rosemarie Stone, widow of the late University of the West Indies (UWI) professor Carl Stone, discovered that her husband had given her the HIV/Aids virus, she confronted him about the women with whom he had been sexually intimate.

Warriors whip St Kitts/Nevis

T&T Soca Warriors booked its placed in the eight-team Digicel Caribbean Championship Finals in Jamaica next month with a 3-1 win over St Kitts/Nevis at the Marvin Lee Stadium, Macoya, on Friday night.

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The Lawrence Duprey-controlled CL Financial Group will be approaching the 2009 financial year “very cautiously,” said its finance director Michael Carballo.


Music reforms YTC youth

“Music is the soundtrack of our lives.” This view is held by cultural officer in the Prisons Service Wendell Bompart, and it has prompted him to impart his musical abilities to lads at the Youth Training Centre.

The day 11 West Indians became millionaires

On a day when eleven West Indians became million dollar men, there is a lot to celebrate about the west Indian performance against the England select eleven.

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