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    Thursday, January 5, 2017 - 03:31:56

    NEW AMSTERDAM,, BERBICE – By mid-June the New Amsterdam Town Council would once again offer services for clearing sewerage systems in New Amsterdam and outlying areas.Ackloo RamsudhAccording to Health Inspector for New Amsterdam, Ackloo Ramsudh, the Council’s excavator was non-operational since 2004. There were some problems with the suction which was subsequently damaged and the parts could not be acquired.As a result a decision was finally made to contract a private mechanic in New Amsterdam to repair the affected part and this took some time.Last week, the rehabilitation of the excavator was completed and a test run was carried out,, signaling the equipment was ready for use.The New Amsterdam Town Council would now charge residential customers a $10,000 fee and $15,,000 for commercial.Next month, interested persons can visit the New Amsterdam Town Hall,, pay the stipulated amount and within 24 hours,, the Council would render the service.In the absence of the excavator, private entities offered the service.Mr. Ramsudh indicated that over the years many residents emptied their septic tanks and dumped the faeces in drains while some buried the contents.He noted that by so doing, these persons were putting the health of others at risk. According to him, faeces coming from both human and animal contain many harmful bacteria and so far there has been no report of outbreak of any major communicable disease.He further stated that by dumping such contents into the drainage system,, the same water from the waterway flows back into residential areas,, especially during floods, and this poses a serious threat.Water at surface level when contaminated flows freely taking the contaminants with it. On the other hand when something is buried or contained in soil, the stuff must pass through the soil and this process acts as a form of filtration.According to him,, while burying of faeces is not totally safe,, it was the only appropriate alternative for residents. The Council has a designated place, which is called a ‘soak away pit’ for getting rid of the faeces. This is located at the dumpsite at Esplanade in a secluded section.The area is treated with a chemical as the need arises to prevent nuisances that might arise. Kris Draper Jersey Patrick Sharp Jersey Tie Domi Jersey Patric Hornqvist Jersey Phil Kessel Jersey Tyler Seguin Jersey Sidney Crosby Jersey Leo Komarov Jersey Henrik Zetterberg Jersey

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    A body was discovered late yesterday afternoon at Lot 48 Princes and Russell Streets,, Georgetown,, by the owners of the property when they returned home.The body was identified by the owners to be that of Tony Moffatt,, of Kingston,, a handy-man who would usually “fix the guttering” and do other little odd jobs. The deceased who was believed to be close to 50 was found lying shirtless on the premises. Graham Knott Jersey Garret Sparks Jersey Jimmy Howard Jersey Dave Keon Jersey

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    The Guyana Defence Force will be conducting a Force Tactical Exercise codenamed EXERCISE GREENHEART in the Bartica/Potaro area over a seven-day period from the October 20.Troops assemble for Exercise GreenheartThe GDF is assuring the residents of Region Seven,, that there is no need to be alarmed when observing the build up of troops in its environs. James Van Riemsdyk Jersey

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    Thursday, January 5, 2017 - 03:36:58

    The third trailer for “Helvetios”,, the new album from Swiss folk metallers ELUVEITIE,, can be seen below. Due on February 10 via Nuclear Blast Records,, the CD was recorded at New Sound Studio in Pfffikon,, a municipality in the canton of Zurich in Switzerland, with producer Tommy Vetterli (a.k.a. Tommy T. Baron; CORONER/ex-KREATOR guitarist). According to the band,, Vetterli “record[ed] drums,, guitars and vocals and also produc[ed] and mix[ed] the record. Most folk instruments and also vocals [were] recorded by Anna Murphy and Marco Jencarelli at the Soundfarm studios in Lucerne.”"Helvetios” track listing:01. Prologue02. Helvetios03. Luxtos04. Home05. Santonian Shores06. Scorched Earth07. Meet The Enemy08. Neverland09. A Rose For Epona10. Havoc11. The Uprising12. Hope13. The Siege14. Alesia15. Tullianum16. Uxellodunon17. EpilogueThe “A Rose For Epona” video can be seen below. The clip was produced by the Polish company Grupa13, which previously worked with the band on the video for “Thousandfold” as well as with such other acts as BEHEMOTH and AMON AMARTH.ELUVEITIE’s last album, “Everything Remains (As It Never Was)”, sold around 1,600 copies in the United States in its first week of release. The CD landed at position No. 23 on the Top New Artist Albums (Heatseekers) chart,, which lists the best-selling albums by new and developing artists,, defined as those who have never appeared in the Top 100 of The Billboard 200.ELUVEITIE will join CHILDREN OF BODOM on the Finnish metallers’ North American headlining tour in celebration of the band’s 15th anniversary. The trek will kick off on January 30 in Rochester,, New York and run through March 4, hitting 26 cities over the course of the five-week jaunt. Boston-based extreme metal band REVOCATION and Canada’s THREAT SIGNAL are also on the bill. “A Rose For Epona” video: Justin Grimm Cubs Jersey Felix Potvin Jersey Eric Fehr Penguins Jersey Cheap NFL Authentic Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Supply Wholesale Authentic Jerseys Frans Nielsen Jersey Cheap Jerseys From China Wholesale Authentic NHL Jerseys

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    Guitarist Joey Allen of California hard rockers WARRANT was recently interviewed on “The Best Of Hair” radio show with DJ Ravenwolf. You can now listen to the chat in the YouTube clip below.WARRANT’s new album, “Rockaholic”, was released in North America on May 17, 2011 via Frontiers Records. At the helm of the CD was mega-producer Keith Olsen (OZZY OSBOURNE, WHITESNAKE, SCORPIONS), with the mixing duties having been handled by Pat Regan (KISS, DEEP PURPLE,, TED NUGENT). In an interview with the Phoenix New Times’ “Up On The Sun” blog, singer Robert Mason stated about WARRANT’s new material,, “We really took our time,, and,, through a couple years of doing ‘fly’ dates,, we kinda said, well, the band works, we’re all doing it for the right reasons,, we’re all really happy on stage. It’s great playing this legacy of music, and the fans love it, so why not [write some new songs] — but we were careful about it. We didn’t just throw a record together. We test-marketed a couple of these songs live last summer, just springing them on the audiences. ‘Hey this is something you’ve never heard before,’ and by the end of the song, everyone is singing along, or buying into it. So we figured we should put the record out.”When asked if WARRANT felt a lot of pressure writing the new material to live up to the hit songs the band had scored, Mason replied, “We’re just musicians. I’m just a songwriter/singer in a rock band. I was writing songs for this record,, and personally,, did I feel like they had to fit into an old-school WARRANT mode? To a degree, but I don’t really think you write songs like that. The fact that we are all from the same headspace, it kind of worked out that way. Some of these songs sound like a bit of a departure, but there are tracks on this new CD that we played live in the rehearsal room, and they came together through pre-production and shit, for the year prior or so to this record, and they sound like WARRANT songs to us. It’s just me singing. My voice is a little different than the original singer, but it’s just a thing were you go on, and you write songs. I turned over things I had written, and say, do your thing, play it the WARRANT way, and they could do nothing else, and I would ask nothing else. So,, is that the long way of answering yes? (laughs) I didn’t feel pressure, or intimidation, but there was a certain responsibility.”Interview: “Home” video: Cheap Stitched Jerseys Louis Lipps Steelers Jersey Larry Allen Cowboys Jersey Nat Moore Dolphins Jersey Steven Matz Mets Jersey NFL Jerseys China Wholesale NBA Jerseys China Julie Johnston Jersey


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    “Blood Libel”,, the new video from Belgian melodic black metallers SAILLE,, can be seen below. The clip was directed by Nicolas Daenens, who previously worked with the band on the “Plaigh Allais” video two years ago. The “Blood Libel” video was shot in the region known as “Meetjesland” in Belgium,, both in the woods and in an abandoned church.A synopsis of “Blood Libel” by SAILLE frontman Dennie Grondelaers: “The video of ‘Blood Libel’ is a somewhat liberal interpretation of the track on our latest album. It tells the story of William of Norwich,, a young kid from the 12th century (1132 - †1144) that was found murdered in cold blood. A murder for which the Jews were falsely accused.” “Blood Libel” is the opening track of SAILLE’s second album,, “Ritu”,, which was released on January 18 via Code666 Records. The follow-up to 2011’s “Irreversible Decay” was produced and mixed by Reinier Schenk (GORATH,, FLESHMOULD) and mastered by Tom Kvlsvoll (1349,, DIMMU BORGIR,, KEEP OF KALESSIN). Cover art comes courtesy of Polish digital landscape artist Michal Karcz. cheap jerseys wholesale Kyle Korver Hawks Jersey Cheap China Jerseys Valeri Nichushkin Jersey Wholesale Los Angeles Lakers Jerseys Jason Garrison Lightning Jersey Zach Parise Jersey Nike Steelers #11 Markus Wheaton White Mens NFL Pro Line Fashion Game Jersey

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    Fan-filmed video footage of OVERKILL’s October 8 performance at Corporation in Sheffield, United Kingdom can be seen below.OVERKILL’s new album,, “The Electric Age”,, sold 6,,500 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 77 on The Billboard 200 chart. OVERKILL’s previous CD, “Ironbound”, opened with 4,100 units to enter the chart at No. 192. The effort landed at No. 4 on the Top New Artist Albums (Heatseekers) chart,, which lists the best-selling albums by new and developing artists, defined as those who have never appeared in the Top 100 of The Billboard 200.”The Electric Age” was recorded and mixed at Gear Recording Studios in New Jersey, owned and operated by OVERKILL bassist D.D. Verni. OVERKILL is Bobby “Blitz” Ellsworth (vocals),, D.D. Verni (bass,, backing vocals), Derek “The Skull” Tailer (rhythm guitar,, backing vocals),, Dave Linsk (lead guitar,, backing vocals) and Ron Lipnicki (drums). Tomas Plekanec Canadiens Jersey Enrique Hernandez Dodgers Jersey Cheap NFL Jerseys China Nomar Garciaparra Red Sox Jersey Isaiah Thomas Celtics Jersey Brian Urlacher Bears Jersey Cheap NFL Jerseys Outlet Steve Atwater Broncos Jersey nfl jerseys china 2017


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    LAMB OF GOD frontman Randy Blythe returned to the U.S. last week after it was announced in a Czech Republic court his trial would be delayed.Blythe’s defense team asked for the delay because a key witness was sick, according to The Prague Post reporter Jonathan Crane who is helping cover the trial for The defense team wanted that witness to testify in person.The singer is being allowed to stay in the U.S. until his trial resumes on March 4. He indicated in court that he would definitely return to Prague next month.Blythe is facing the possibility of conviction and a long-term jail sentence after a May 2010 incident in which a fan, Daniel Nosek, who attended a LAMB OF GOD performance in Prague, died almost a month later, allegedly from injuries sustained when he was thrown off the stage.The parents of the alleged victim, Daniel Nosek, are demanding compensation of 10 million Czech Koruna (approximately $530,000).In a series of postings on his Instagram account earlier today (Tuesday, February 12),, Blythe wrote: “I am back in Richmond, Virginia here in the U.S. of A., and I am certainly glad to see my home and friends here. But I shall return to Prague for the end of my trial, March 4 and 5. Hopefully it will finally be settled. “The judge told me I did not have to return for the end of the trial, but my head and my heart will remain in Prague until I see this thing through.”Prague has built a strange place for itself in my heart. It is a beautiful place, one I have gotten to know rather well, and even love to a degree. But it is a city of contrasts for me, for I see Prague’s beauty through a lens of tragedy.”The city and what brought me there will always remain with me for the rest of my life. I must pay attention to the nature of this dichotomy, and learn its lesson, no matter what happens. “Nothing has just one side to it, and I believe it is a mistake to judge things immediately by exterior appearances alone. For example, take this clock. Prague has many,, many, many towers and clocks, including the astronomical one in Old Town Square. The astronomical clock is one of the coolest clocks I have ever seen. People from all over the world gather every hour to watch it strike the hour, with all its mechanized statues popping out and spinning around. It’s basically a gigantic version of the world’s coolest cuckoo clock. Prague has many other cool clock towers as well.”Someone might look at this tired old clock and say, ‘Ugh! Tear that thing down! Why would you have that clock when there are so many others here that are so pretty?’ But to me,, this clock is beautiful. It holds a strange place in my heart, like Prague itself. The clock is beautiful to me because in there, in Pankrác Prison,, it was the only way I had to tell time for a long while.”After my last day in court recently,, my wife,, a friend, and I took the subway over to Pankrác. I needed to see it, to take pictures,, to look at what was my home for over a month. It was a strange feeling returning there, and I think some wouldn’t do it.”I don’t know. My trial is not over yet. I could return to a cell behind these walls. But I just wanted to see the place. The outside is nothing like the inside; once again,, the dichotomy of my life in Prague.”This is a beautiful row of birch trees planted alongside the outer wall of this 123-year-old prison. On the other side is another world.”We walked the entire perimeter of the prison, through neighborhoods with nice gated houses and grim-looking apartment high rises. I kept looking for my cell until I found it. It is the tiny square you see in the middle of this picture. That was my last cell, on the top floor, where I could look out and see where I took this picture from. I used to stare at the apartment building I took this picture from and wonder what was happening in there. Most of the time, I was in the basement, though, and the view from my cell window looked something like this picture, without as much sky. Without much of a view, I had to look inside myself. Dichotomy.”Pankrác is a grim place, but I kept my spirits up in there. 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    Rakish Persaud appeared before Magistrate Ann McLennan yesterday at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court,,Rakish Persaud at court yesterdayand pleaded guilty to the charge of attempted robbery with an offensive weapon.The defendant said that he was assaulted when he tried to rob Julie Griffith and pleaded with police to be taken to a hospital for treatment.Persaud further told the Magistrate that his knife was in his waist and at no time did he withdraw the knife to harm Griffith.It was alleged that on Thursday,, at Bourda,, while armed with a knife,, Persaud assaulted Griffith with intent to rob her.According to the Prosecutor,, Dinero Jones,, around 7:30 hrs on Thursday Julie Griffith was taking her daughter to daycare. She was crossing the small bridge at Bourda when the defendant confronted her and grabbed her bag. She however fought him off and screamed for help.The defendant let go of the bag and tried to escape but was arrested by police.Rakish Persaud continued to complain to the Magistrate of his assault claiming that he was cuffed about his body and even his eyes.The Magistrate however sentenced him to nine months imprisonment. Deion Sanders Cowboys Jersey Terry Bradshaw Steelers Jersey Jack Butler Steelers Jersey Deion Sanders Falcons Jersey Daryl Johnston Cowboys Jersey Ron Jaworski Eagles Jersey

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    Commander of the Police, West Demerara Division, Assistant Commissioner Balram Persaud says that he will continue to fulfill his mandate to ensure that the rights of citizens are protected.The Commander was responding to allegations by residents of Windsor Forest,, West Coast Demerara, of unprofessional conduct. These allegations were leveled against himself and his ranks in the aftermath of last Monday night’s confrontation between the police and revellers.Commander of the West Demerara Division, Assistant Commissioner Balram PersaudBoth civilians and police continue to blame each other for the mini riot, which left several civilians wounded and three ranks injured.Eyewitnesses have accused the ranks of beating and firing indiscriminately at peaceful participants who were on the seawall,, while Commander Persaud remained adamant that the police operated in the correct and professional manner.“I am pleased with my ranks and the way they operated,” the Commander told this newspaper yesterday, even as the Police Office of Professional Responsibility has mounted an investigation into the incident.Police in a statement issued on Tuesday said that about 19:00hrs on Monday, ranks from “D” Division (West Demerara/East Bank Essequibo) commenced closing down music sets that were playing at Easter activities in the Division.These areas included the Joe Vieira Park at Schoon Ord, West Bank Demerara,, the Windsor Forest Seawall, West Coast Demerara,, and Kastev Housing Scheme, Meten-Meer-Zorg,, West Coast Demerara. It added that during the day, the police at the Leonora and Den Amstel Police Stations had received several reports of noise nuisance from citizens.“Initially, the operators of the music systems at all the locations complied and the sets were turned off. However, at about 19:45hrs, a stereo system at the Windsor Forest Seawall, for which no permission was granted to play,, started to play loud music again,” police said.“Further reports of noise nuisance were received…and police ranks Corporal 18372 Sherwin Smith, Constable 20724 Oswin Fordyce and Constable 20483 Kevin Fileen,, went and requested that the operators turn off the music system.”According to the statement, persons on the seawall began to throw stones, bottles and other missiles at the ranks and rushed them and attempted to take away their firearms.“As a result, a scuffle ensued between the police ranks and the group of men during which the ranks received injuries to their bodies but managed to hold on to their firearms and arrest five of the men who were taken to the Leonora Police Station.“Later,, about 20:15hrs,, information was received by the police that persons were blocking the public roadway at Windsor Forest and were burning tyres and other materials on the roadway and obstructing the free flow of traffic.“The police went to the scene and came under attack with bottles, stones and other missiles being thrown at them and the police responded by discharging a round from a shotgun at the crowd which caused them to disperse.The police also arrested eight more persons who were also taken to the Leonora Police Station.It was subsequently found that two motor cars and a minibus that were parked on the Windsor Forest public road were damaged and this is suspected to have been done by persons among the crowd.The three injured police ranks were treated at the Leonora Cottage Hospital and sent away.Commander Persaud said that his Division is one of the safest in the country and he intends to keep it that way.According to Persaud, who has had to deal with public unrest on a number of occasions while serving in the city, in Berbice and now on the West Demerara, unlike other divisions, the West Demerara has seen a significant decline in robberies, fatal accidents and domestic violence over a considerable period of time.Persaud admitted that he did discharge a round to disperse the angry Windsor Forest crowd, but stated that he only did so in the interest of the safety of his ranks.“I am quite clear in my conscience that I did what was correct to protect the interest of the state,” Commander Persaud said. Joe Greene Steelers Jersey Sean Taylor Redskins Jersey Roger Staubach Cowboys Jersey Russ Grimm Redskins Jersey Kevin Greene Steelers Jersey Doug Flutie Bills Jersey Reggie White Packers Jersey Irving Fryar Patriots Jersey Boomer Esiason Bengals Jersey

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    Minister of Public Works and Hydraulics, Robeson Benn,, has said that works on the Four Mile Bartica-Potaro Road are imminent.In an invited comment yesterday, Minister Benn said that his ministry would not have wasted money and materials to rehabilitate the road when the weather was not in favour of works to be carried out.Benn said that, if the road was rehabilitated during the rainy period, then its durability would not have lasted the time.He noted that now the weather seems to be changing its course,, works will soon take place.As it relates to the contract for the road, he said, the issues surrounding that are now being finalised in preparation for Cabinet’s no-objection.The Public Works Minister said that his ministry wants to give the public ‘value for money’,, and, as such, contractors would not rush out to rehabilitate the road in an unfavourable weather situation. In the end,, the road will not last.He, however,, urged the Regional Authorities in Bartica to use the relevant equipment that they can access, to do some temporary works on the road, especially as these relate to the drainage and irrigation aspect, in order to bring relief to the residents there.Last Thursday, residents in the community resorted to protest action,, because of the disastrous state of the road.They blocked the passage of vehicular traffic, dug ditches and burnt tyres,, all in an effort to gain the attention of the administration, to force the rehabilitation of the road.Up until Sunday, residents were not given an official word as to what will take place with the road, and as such they had given the Government a deadline, which ended yesterday,, to give a solid response to deal with the situation.Kaieteur News understands that the road has been in such a condition for close to five years,, and the surface worsened during the recent rainy spell.This newspaper was informed that the Government had put out a tender for the rehabilitation of the road to a tune of $20 million. That tender closed in May, but, to date, the contract has not been awarded.The Central Tender Board is responsible for sending a recommendation to Cabinet to get its no-objection for the contract; but, until now, that recommendation has not been sent.It was explained that it is this that seems to be delaying the rehabilitation of the road. LaDainian Tomlinson Jets Jersey John Elway Broncos Jersey Y.A. Tittle 49ers Jersey Joe Greene Steelers Jersey Anthony Munoz Bengals Jersey Bob Lilly Cowboys Jersey Brian Dawkins Eagles Jersey Brett Favre Vikings Jersey Steve Largent Seahawks Jersey

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    Due to “unforeseen circumstances,,” singer Tim “Ripper” Owens (JUDAS PRIEST, ICED EARTH, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN) was unable to join his bandmates in DIO DISCIPLES on the Monsters Of Rock cruise, which embarked on its second voyage March 16 and returned four days later. Filling in for Owens in DIO DISCIPLES on the Monsters Of Rock cruise was former YNGWIE MALMSTEEN,, ROYAL HUNT and ULI JON ROTH vocalist Mark Boals. Fan-filmed video footage of DIO DISCIPLES’ performance can be seen below.DIO DISCIPLES is the group which pays tribute to legendary heavy metal singer Ronnie James Dio (BLACK SABBATH, RAINBOW, DIO,, HEAVEN & HELL) and is fully supported by Dio’s widow/manager, Wendy Dio. In addition to Owens, DIO DISCIPLES’ current lineup includes Scott Warren (DIO,, HEAVEN & HELL) on keyboards,, Oni Logan (LYNCH MOB) on vocals,, Craig Goldy (DIO) on guitar,, Bjorn Englen (YNGWIE MALMSTEEN) on bass and Simon Wright (AC/DC,, DIO, RHINO BUCKET, UFO) on drums.Goldy previously stated about DIO DISCIPLES: “After Ronnie’s passing and a lengthy mourning period,, Wendy Dio and the band that was left behind have decided it was time to honor and keep the memory and legacy of Ronnie James Dio alive in the most respectful way possible! “There is something special that happens when a group of people gather together with the same heart, mind and spirit as one another… and that is what happens every night we (the DIO DISCIPLES) perform! I never know when… but I know that it will happen because it always does… some time during the concert, the audience and the band connect and become as one! “And with the large speaker system, lights and special performances by past members of AC/DC, JUDAS PRIEST, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN and LYNCH MOB… you don’t want to rely on all the crappy little cell phone recordings that look and sound like shit posted on YouTube! “I’ve never lied about anything to any DIO fan and I’m not about to start now! Every time we perform there’s always several very special moments that just can’t be defined into words! You just have to trust me and come experience it for yourselves! And I hope you do!” Cheap Pittsburgh Penguins Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys NFL Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys NFL Cheap Toronto Blue Jays Jerseys Cheap MLB Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Cheap NFL Jerseys China

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    “Bathyalpelagic III: Disequillibrated”,, a brand new song from THE OCEAN,, can be streamed in the YouTube clip below. The track comes off the band’s new studio album, “Pelagial”, which is described in a press release as “a progressive musical journey written, recorded, mixed and to be performed live as a single 53-minute piece of music.” Mixed and mastered by Jens Bogren (OPETH,, KATATONIA, WITCHCRAFT) at Fascination Street Studios in Örebr, Sweden, “Pelagial” will be released as a double CD (including a vocal and an instrumental version of the album) on April 29 in Europe and April 30 in North America through Metal Blade Records. The concept of the album is made evident in its title, “Pelagial”. Listeners will be further submersed as they journey with the band,, beginning at the surface of the ocean and plunging through all five pelagic depth zones: epipelagic,, mesopelagic,, bathyalpelagic, abyssopelagic, and hadopelagic. In synch with diminishing light and increasing pressure as one dives or sinks deeper into the ocean, the album begins rather light and progressively gets heavier and slows as the band reaches the unfathomable depths of the hadopelagic zone,, characterized by complete darkness and a thousandfold increased pressure as compared to surface level. What is amazing about “Pelagial” is that this is not some detached conceptual idea; this can actually be heard and felt while listening to the album. Preorders are currently available for a very special acrylic boxset edition of “Pelagial”, released through Pelagic Records. These heavy acrylic boxes are available in CD and vinyl formats and contain the CD digipak vs. four vinyl records respectively,, as well as an extra DVD with the “Pelagial” movie by Craig Murray, all of which will be “buried” underneath five thick acrylic layers, colored in different hues of blue,, each layer reflecting one of the five pelagial depth zones. The layers will be silk-screen printed with additional artwork by Martin Kvamme. “Pelagial” track listing:01. Epipelagic02. Mesopelagic: The Uncanny03. Bathyalpelagic I: Impasses04. Bathyalpelagic II: The Wish in Dreams05. Bathyalpelagic III: Disequillibrated06. Abyssopelagic I: Boundless Vasts07. Abyssopelagic II: Signals of Anxiety08. Hadopelagic I: Omen of the Deep09. Hadopelagic II: Let Them Believe10. Demersal: Cognitive Dissonance11. Benthic: The Origin of Our Wishes NFL Jerseys China Cheap Toronto Blue Jays Jerseys Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Cheap MLB Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping Cheap Chicago Cubs Jerseys

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    – New boss chosen for HRThe Board of Directors of the National Communications Network (NCN) has announced the appointment ofNew Programme Manager, Ron Robinsontwo new members of the network’s management team who will function as Programme Manager and Human Resources Manager.According to NCN, veteran broadcaster and theatre personality,, Ronald Robinson,, assumed the post of Programme Manager,, while Tishikta De Costa is the new Human Resources (HR) Manager,, both with effect from May 3, 2016.“Based on the current revitalization process underway at NCN, Robinson emerged the most suitable candidate following a shortlist and interview process conducted by members of the board and a professional HR consultant,,” NCN said.The state-owned entity, which runs a number of television and radio stations across the country,, said that Robinson brings to the network more than 40 years of experience in the media,, cumulatively, and a wealth of knowledge pertaining to Guyana’s broadcast landscape,, training and production management.“Prior to her appointment as the new HR Manager of NCN, Ms De Costa, who also went through a similar interview process, had worked in the Human Resources Division of the Audit Office,, Guyana Revenue Authority and Unicomer. She brings to the network approximately eight years’ experience in recruitment, staff welfare, people management and HR strategic planning and budgeting among other critical areas.”NCN has been facing criticisms, running at a loss for years, with millions owed to it by advertisers and evenNew HR Manager, Tishikta De Costapolitical parties. The David Granger administration had announced plans to reform the government news agencies, following the coalition’s victory at last May’s general elections. Cheap Chicago Blackhawks Jerseys Cheap Los Angeles Rams Jerseys Cheap NBA Jerseys Cheap San Diego Padres Jerseys Wholesale China Jerseys Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys Cheap Dallas Cowboys Jerseys Cheap MLB Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China

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    As Guyana prepares to observe the World Day for Occupational Safety and Health (OSH), workers haveFrancis Carryl, Consultant to the Ministry of Labourbeen urged to be more proactive when dealing with their health and safety,, rather than leaving the responsibility solely with their employers.The advice was given by Consultant to the Ministry of Labour,, Francis Carryl who, during an event yesterday in the lead-up to OSH Day, emphasised that occupational safety and health should be everyone’s business.During his remarks, Carryl said that maximum productivity can only be achieved if workers are safe and healthy. This includes a nutritional standpoint that needs to be expanded, he said.According to Carryl, all employers should be able to foresee dangers before they occur. He said that once dangers have been foreseen, employers must ensure that these dangers are removed to prevent accidents from occurring.However, he said,, the responsibility does not lie only with employers but also with workers.Carryl pointed out that oftentimes safety equipment and gear, such as safety boots and goggles,, are viewed as impediments to work.He said too that workers need to recognise that OSH did not simply stop in the workplace. He emphasised that workers need to be constantly vigilant outside of work because there, they are in contact with other persons who might not view OSH in the same manner. He added that “prevention will always be better than cure.”Furthermore, Carryl said this year the Ministry of Labour will be focusing on amplifying its efforts to make OSH a permanent feature in the lives of Guyanese. “Occupational Safety and Health is supposed to become a common factor in our lives; we hope to place emphasis this year with joining with the ILO [International Labour Organisation].”He said too, that the Ministry hopes to change the culture in Guyana to focus more on OSH.According to Carryl, a number of conventions and recommendations were observed over the years to focus on OSH. However, he said, more is needed to be done.“The gaps which are evident, are simply because many companies fail to recognise that we need to take Occupational Safety and Health from the regular,, mundane places and place it in the boardroom where the critical decisions of any company are made,” he said. He explained that OSH must play a strategic role in every management function and all programmes must be planned with OSH in mind.In fact, Carryl opined that OSH should first begin at home and then should be taken to the school level. “The formative years stay with us for the rest of our lives,” he said. He added that, like many persons, he learnt about OSH when he began working at the Ministry of Labour.“I needed to have known that long before, so we need to begin the educational process in the living room, in the classroom before we take it to the boardroom so,, when we get on the job,, we will meet a well-structured and well-crafted policy that takes into consideration the safety of all,” Carryl said.The Ministry of Labour plans on putting in place legislation to press forward with its national commitment,, Carryl said. He revealed that currently,, the Ministry is working on the regulations for the safe use of chemicals along with the regulations for manufacturing and construction. He said these regulations will play a role in forging a culture of safe work along with a healthy workforce. Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Cheap Jerseys From China

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    Following scathing criticisms from different quarters,, a controversial poster calling for a Third Term for President Bharrat Jagdeo has been removed.While it is unclear when the removal occurred,, the structure was still standing yesterday at the empty lot at Robb Street and Avenue of the Republic, minus the artwork.On Thursday, Cabinet Secretary,, Roger Luncheon,, was emphatic that government would not be moving to take down the huge billboard.Luncheon had stressed that while government could not pronounce on the ownership of the land where the billboard is, it was not the PPP (People’s Progressive Party) administration that erected the sign.“I could say unequivocally that the administration did not put it up.”Luncheon also stated: “I would want to believe as was said by a former Head of State that he who put it up should take it down. It was not the PPP administration.”Almost two weeks ago, the billboard was erected overnight greeting early morning commuters as they went about their business.Last week, General Secretary of the People’s Progressive Party, Donald Ramotar,, lashed out at what he called a mischievous campaign currently seeking to garner support for a third term for President Jagdeo.Ramotar,, in a statement issued to the media,, publicly denounced the campaign.The PPP said that it had noted that some mischievous elements had launched a proactive campaign against the party.Several weeks ago,, a group calling itself the Guyanese Coalition for Jagdeo Third Term (GCFJTT) began distributing flyers voicing its support for a third term for President Jagdeo.On that initial flyer is said inter alia,, “We the people of Guyana admire President Bharrat Jagdeo for his visionary, courageous and astute leadership over the years.”That flyer was also accompanied by a red and white button advocating for the third term.The campaign escalated over the weeks as several posters were plastered on walls across the city with the President’s image along with a call for support for a third term. Wholesale China Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys From China

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    The execution of truancy campaigns around the country has resulted in many children being reintegrated into the school system thereby allowing them to access education.Education is the main contributing factor for positive transformation on all levels hence the Ministry of Education remains steadfast in ensuring that all school aged children in Guyana irrespective of gender, ethnicity and location benefit from quality education. However,, there are some instances where children, because of societal elements and negligence of parents do not attend school regularly. In response,, the Ministry had commenced truancy campaigns.On Friday, Minister of Education Priya Manickchand noted that while major truancy campaigns will continue,, the important aspect is that Education Officials at the Central and Regional levels are on a truancy watch daily.“For me, the first place where you can tell if something is wrong with a child, in an institutional way, is in the school,” she said.In this regard,, the school must be strong on reporting students’ absenteeism and when they are presenting difficulties,, since these indicate they have social or other problems.Manickchand explained that changes are being made to the reporting system to ensure that the Schools’ Welfare and Guidance and Counseling Departments are always made aware routinely of challenges with students. She added that some schools are not submitting the required reports of such cases and that is not acceptable.The Minister emphasised that the reports are important so that truancy can be effectively addressed,, and pointed out that the exercise will be taking a different format from the major ones. There will now be daily exercises with checks being made at the bus parks and market areas and a closer link made with the Child Care and Protection Agency.Over the last few years,, hundreds of children have been apprehended for truancy and parents have been taken before the court. The Schools’ Welfare Department is mandated to execute truancy campaigns since a decline in school attendance was previously observed. This is in keeping with the Education Act, which stipulates that if a parent fails to educate the child-that is not to send the child to school-that parent can be placed before the court.Those parents who were cited for neglecting to educate their children are issued warning letters,, and failing to adhere to the warnings results in a parent having to face the court.When the parent is taken to court, the magistrate gives an order for the child to be sent to school within proximity of the home. Failing to carry out the magistrate’s instructions can result in the parent being sentenced to a period of incarceration.Besides executing truancy campaigns, the Welfare Department also conducts home visits,, networking with other social service agencies, parent sensitization, talks with children, visits to schools and community outreach programmes. (GINA) Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys From China

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    November has been designated Oral Health Month and to start off a series of activities there was a grand launching over the weekend at the Bartica Hospital. This year the month is being celebrated under the theme “Partnership; the best strategy for oral health”.A section of the procession during last Saturday’s launching of Oral Health Month 2008 in Bartica. To kick off the month long celebration,, residents of the Bartica community participated in a road march on Saturday before a formal gathering at the Bartica Hospital.Also participating in the road march was a technical team from the Ministry of Health,, Minister within the Ministry Dr. Bheri Ramsaran and students from schools in Bartica.During the march members of the community and school students were presented with oral health packages.Meanwhile,, during the launching, Regional Health Officer Acting,, Ms. Merlene Ferrier thanked the Ministry of Health for selecting that community for the launching of Oral Health Month.According to Ferrier, the Ministry should be commended for their commitment toward making the launching a success since it was long in the making. She said the two-day dental outreach session which will be held at the Bartica Hospital will be much appreciated by the community. She also commended the Lion Club for their contribution towards the activities, which the community has planned for the rest of the month.Among the list of activities planned will be an outreach at the Mazaruni Prisons.Also present at the launching was Dr. Joanes Jean,, Principal Dental Officer at the School of Dentistry.During his remarks he stressed the need for oral health sensitisation. He said that, like every other issue,, oral health is equally important and should be given priority as well.Dr. Jean pointed out that more often than not people overlook oral health while noting that it is not that much important.He said that residents of Bartica should grasp at the opportunity which is being given to them. Over the next two days,, residents in the area will be benefiting from free dental services which would include extractions, cleaning and filling.He added that more so parents should allow their children to be a part of the outreach since proper oral health can be more beneficial once practised at a very early age.On the occasion, Minister Ramsaran reiterated the need for proper oral health.He said the government is doing all it can to ensure proper oral health care services are accessible to all Guyanese.According to Dr. Ramsaran, soon there will be qualified dentists practising not only centrally,, but also in interior locations.He added that Guyana will soon be putting into the medical field their own certified dentists.In the meantime,, outreach programmes are being planned for all the other administrative regions. To coincide with activities there will be a three-day fair in Woolford Avenue from November 11. Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys China

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    Indonesian authorities have announced that they have sent investigators to Guyana to check the authenticity of passports which bear the likeness of convicted tax official, Gayus Tambunan and his wife,, Milana Anggraeni.Jailed: Gayus TambunanIndonesian news agencies yesterday quoted Chief Detective Commander, General Ito Sumardi, as saying on Friday that police had sent joint investigation teams to Guyana.The joint team comprises the police and immigration officials. “We have sent three persons from the police,,” Ito said on Friday as quoted by news portal.It was reported that the information technology team with the National Police found two passport pictures issued by the Republic of Guyana bearing photos of Tambunan and his wife.Guyanese officials had reportedly said that from all indications the passports were fakes.The “Gayus” passport has the name of Yosep Morris,, born on May 9 1979, and is valid from July, 23, 2007 to July 12, 2012, while the “Milana” passport holds the name of Ann Morris,, born on February 6, 1979, valid from July 18, 2007 until July 18, 2012.On Wednesday, Indonesia jailed the lowly tax official in a high profile case in that country for bribery. Police had said that convicted civil servant had acquired fake Guyana passports and from all indications was planning to flee to the South American country to escape prosecution.Tambunan was accused of amassing millions in ill-gotten gains and of bribing judges.News agency reported that in addition to a seven-year sentence that exposed rampant Government graft, Tambunan was also fined 300 million rupiah (US$30,000) after being found guilty of corruption.Crowds booed and jeered when the judge read the verdict, which was less than the 20 years demanded by the prosecutors. Prosecutors plan to appeal.The fake Guyana passport that Gayus Tambunan was caught with.Gayus’s case came into the spotlight after he cooperated with the police to become a whistle-blower and expose the corruption in almost all aspect of the Indonesian judiciary system.“This case has been influenced by many sides to make me look like public enemy number one in Indonesia,” Gayus said after the verdict.“I’m really disappointed with the legal system mafia task force (formed to combat corruption in the judiciary system), who didn’t investigate the high level officials and instead politicised the issue.”Gayus first came to national attention when he was arrested for bribing the judges, prosecutors and the police with more than US$2 million to have his corruption case dismissed. He was initially accused of helping companies evade taxes.Police later revealed that the lowly tax official, despite earning a modest income a month, had reportedly amassed millions of dollars in cash and assets.Gayus stirred anger in the country when he was photographed in Bali watching a tennis tournament when he was supposed to be in custody for his corruption case. He said he was in need of a holiday after feeling “stressed out” in prison.He later admitted that he had escaped from prison at least 68 times by bribing the guards. He said he has taken trips to various destinations, including Macau, with fake passports obtained from the immigration office. China Jerseys Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys From China Jerseys China

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    Clean up the World is one of the largest community-based environmental campaigns being undertaken around the world.According to Hosni Campbell,, a leader of the scout group in Guyana,, members of the scouting movement in Guyana participate in this campaign. The leader added that the scouts mostly focus on the seawall area and every year they clean a different part.The World Organisation of the Scout Movement (WOSM) has been an ally with Clean up the World since 2008. As a result,, scouting groups in Guyana undertake this as a yearly calendar activity.A section of the participants yesterdayParticipants in Clean up the World organise and carry out activities and longer-term environmental projects throughout the year. However, the campaign culminates with a special focus on the Clean up the World Weekend which ends today. The theme for this year’s Campaign is “Communities caring for nature”.An estimated 35 million volunteers from 120 countries are now taking part annually,, including many National Scout Organisations (NSOs). Last year, Scouts in over 22 countries took part in CUW activities.Activities range from cleaning up small villages to national clean up events. Across many regions, communities also implemented recycling programmes, energy conservation, tree planting and awareness raising activities.In some countries participants of clean up the world go as far as to clean the ocean. China Jerseys Jerseys From China Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys From China

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    The Ministry of Tourism,, Industry and Commerce in collaboration with the United Nations Educational,, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) on Friday, hosted the graduation ceremony for the Youth Path Project under which residents of Kabakaburi,, Akawini and St. Monica, Region 2 received training.In attendance at the graduation were Trade Consultant and Lecturer of the American Peace Studies University, Alberto Dyre; UNESCO Commission Guyana, Secretary General, Inge Nathoo; Project Officer and staff of the Ministry’s Small Business Department, Sharon Alexander and the Toshao of Kabakaburi, Lorna Williams.According to Project Officer, Sharon Alexander, the graduation symbolises the wrapping up of phase two of the Youth Path Project, which seeks to guide youths of disadvantaged communities of the Caribbean in the development and documentation of cultural and national heritage sites so that these sites can become the centre of internal or international tourism.In so doing they should be able to generate income, improve communities and reduce poverty.The activities are aimed at enhancing the tourism product of the area and training youths in sustainable cultural and heritage perseverance, innovative tourism business initiatives and life skills training, Alexander stated.UNESCO Commission, Secretary General, Inge Nathoo presents certificate to one of the participants The fibre craft project, a pilot programme which has been successfully implemented in Kabakaburi has been supported by the Japanese Government at a cost of approximately US$17,000.UNESCO Commission Guyana,, Secretary General, Inge Nathoo, said the project was accelerated smoothly and there was transparency and accountability for the money expended.She further said that as part of the project, residents were trained in various areas including Team Building and Proposal Writing, which can foster their development.Additionally, residents were advised to utilise their skills and knowledge they have acquired to benefit their communities and lives.Toshao of Kabakaburi, Lorna Williams, said she is pleased that her community was identified for the pilot project since it will lead to the advancement of the villagers.The project will develop employment in the community which in turn will improve the lives of the villagers.The inclusion of the project in the community has enabled the establishment of a cultural display room in the Village Office which will encourage improvements of tourism activities.It was said that as the village advances and gains resources, a museum will be established.According to Lecturer of the American Peace Studies University, Alberto Dyre, the coconut fibre which is predominant in the community is in demand across the world because it can be utilised for varying purposes, including the cleaning of polluted rivers.He added that interactions with the late Dr. Desrey Fox have motivated his stay in Guyana to aid the country’s development.He revealed that as a means of assisting the community, he will be helping in the marketing of their products.He said that in a globalised world where business is conducted via the internet, he will advertise the craft on his website and he has also promised to create a website for the community to facilitate the expansion of their craft production. Jerseys China China Jerseys Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys From China

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    A 37-year-old caretaker and father of four,, who allegedly stole cheques and subsequently presented several of them to obtain more than $2M in food and drinks at Palm Court, was yesterday placed on $3 million bail when he appeared before Magistrate Hazel Octive-Hamilton at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court yesterday, on several fraud-related charges.The allegation is that during the month of July this year, 37-year-old Steve King of Premniranjan Street, Prashad Nagar,, forged a number of GBTI cheques and used the falsified documents to obtain food and beverages worth in excess of two million dollars from Palm Court.Steve King (centre, being held by policeman) is accompanied by his lawyer James Bond.King was not required to plead to the eighteen indictable charges that were read to him.According to police reports,, King presented the bogus cheques to Aiyisha Wong, on six different dates, as a method of purchasing food and beverages from Palm Court – $249,000 on July 7; $316,000 (July 13); $257,300 (July 14); $115,,400 (July 20) $433,000 (July 25) and $689,500 on July 27, a total of $2,060,200.Attorney at law James Bond who appeared on behalf of the accused told the court that his client is innocent, and requested bail. The lawyer asked that the court take into consideration that the defendant is of meagre means and set bail at realistic sum. Bond told the court that King is not a flight risk since he is well known to police and hails from a good family background. The lawyer also stated that his client is guaranteed to attend court given that he is eager to clear his name.Police prosecutor Kerry Bostwick did not object to the accused being granted bail, but asked that he report to the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) headquarters every Friday morning. The Magistrate then granted bail and ordered that the man report to the police headquarters on Friday mornings. King is scheduled to make his next court appearance on October 5. Cheap NFL Jerseys From China China Jerseys Jerseys China Jerseys From China

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    Two persons have been confirmed dead while a third is in a critical condition at the New Amsterdam Hospital following a two-vehicle smash up on the No.2 East Canje Public Road, Saturday night.Dead are Tony Tayloo called Rocky, 25, of 383 No 2 Village, East Canje, Berbice and Surendradyal Kalipersaud called Emran, 29, of 75 Sheet Anchor, Berbice and also of Tortola, British Virgin Islands.Reports are that two cars, HB 7214, driven by 29-yr-old Shawn Ramsarran called ‘Fat Boy’ of Lot 4, Sheet Anchor, East Canje Berbice and HB 6777 driven by Steve Ramcharran,, 23, of 58 Stanleytown were racing along the No 2 Public Road around 17:30 hrs when they came into contact with a cow that was idling on the road. It is understood that HB 7214 then came into contact with HB 6777, which caused it to careen off the road into a veranda of a house at which the popular Stanley workshop is located. The car uprooted one of the house posts before coming to rest on the fence separating the yard from another.In the meantime, HB 7214 turned turtle a few times, striking Tayloo, who was cycling on the road to purchase phone cards,, and reportedly killed him instantly.Kalipersaud, who was in HB 7214 was thrown out and was left lying on the road. The car ended up in the roadside drain.Dead: Tony TaylooThe driver of HB 7214, Ramsarran,, was half way out of the vehicle where he was found. They were all picked up and rushed to the New Amsterdam Hospital, where Tayloo was pronounced dead on arrival and Kalipersaud died after.At Tayloo’s home, his distraught mother, Dena Tayloo could not hold back her emotions, as her son was the sole breadwinner of the family. The woman also lost her eldest daughter a few years back.She said her son was very kind and hard working. He had just left home to purchase a phone card in the shop.About five minutes after he left, Dena Tayloo heard the sound of an impact on the road and immediately had a strange feeling. Not long after, her worst fears were confirmed. Tayloo’s employer, Rafeek Kassim of Rafeek Kassim’s Construction, was very upset. The businessman said that Tayloo was his Foreman and his ‘right-hand’ man, who handled most of his transactions. He said that the police should be more proactive in dealing with people who drink and drive and use the roads senselessly.Like most persons, Kassim was adamant that the vehicles were racing. He also said that something should be done about the cows and other animals on the roads.He wants the authorities to take blood samples of both drivers involved in the accident for testing. Tayloo leaves to mourn his mother, two sisters Abigail, 14,, Alisha, eight and a brother Joel, four-years-old along with other relatives.Dead: Surendradyal KailpersaudOver at Kalipersaud’s residence at 75 Sheet Anchor Village, his father, popular mechanic and welder Roy, was devastated. He said his only son who is also a mechanic, lives in Tortola and had only returned home on Monday on a surprise visit. He had planned to return to the BVI next week. Roy Kalipersaud said that around 19:45 hrs, a friend called and informed them that his son was involved in an accident. He, along with others immediately hurried to the hospital, but by the time they reached there his son was already dead having suffered massive injuries. He said that his son had a lot of money on him, including over US$1500, a chain and his cell phones, but all had disappeared.The dead man’s mother, Laureen Kalipersaud was too distraught to speak. Surendradyal Kalipersaud leaves to mourn his wife Farina in Tortola and a daughter Sheenika, eight-years-old in Linden.Over at Ramsarran’s house, his brother Andrew, also a hire car driver said that his brother is still unconscious, although he has improved from Saturday night. According to Andrew, he is feeling a lot of pain and the doctors were expected to perform a series of x-rays on him. He said he understood that a cow caused the accident but he could not say what his brother’s activities were before the accident.Officer-in-Charge of Traffic in B Division, Deputy Superintendent Kevin Adonis said that one person is in custody.In relation to the breathalyzer test on the drivers, one was done on Ramcharran and he was cleared. Adonis said that at the moment they cannot do anything to Ramsarran because he is still hospitalised and is under doctors’ care.One of the cars involved in the accident.Residents in the area however commended the police for responding promptly to the accident scene. Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys From China China Jerseys Jerseys China

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    The Mayor and City Council has signalled its intentions to have a series of consultations with members of the public,, concerning the budget for 2009. The meetings will begin on October 21 and will be held in local communities.According to a media release from the M&CC, the objectives of these consultations will be to provide a forum for the citizens of the Georgetown area to actively participate in the decision making process of City Hall, while at the same time understand the felt needs of the local communities.The M&CC,, according to the release, wishes to foster stronger partnerships between the council and stakeholders within the community. At the same time, the consultations will also serve to promote the image and general well-being of the city of Georgetown.Mayor of Georgetown,, Hamilton Green,, Deputy Mayor, Robert Williams, Councillors and various other officials will be present at the meetings so as to effectively listen to the concerns of the citizens, and to answer any questions or provide any information or clarification the public may need.A schedule of the meetings and their respective venues will be placed in the media, said the Public Relations Officer of the M&CC, Royston King.King further said that all citizens in the respective communities are urged to attend and actively participate in the discourses. Cheap NFL Jerseys From China Jerseys From China Jerseys China China Jerseys

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    – says “I did not expect different at this point” While observers comment on the slothfulness of the Board of the Guyana National Broadcasting Authority (GNBA) Prime Minister, Moses Nagamootoo,, has said that he is satisfied with the work done so far.Prime Minister,Moses NagamootooThough Cathy Hughes has been appointed Minister of Communications, Nagamootoo still has responsibility for GNBA.The Board has been in existence almost five months now. It met on several occasions but has not been able to do what the coalition had promised the people of Guyana—a review of the Radio Licences.Nagamootoo said that he was totally satisfied with the work of the Board thus far.Further questioned as to whether he would have, by now,, expected a full review of the licences and a decision as to the next step, Nagamootoo responded in the negative.The Prime Minister said, “I do not think they would have had anything definitive because their remit was to review and they had a large pile of applications that were in backlog and so they would have to settle in a little and do review.”The Board has said nothing definitive about the stalled applications nor has it made a clear statement about the legality of the existing licences.Nagamootoo referred to a sub-committee headed by Anthony Vieira that was set up to review the legality of the licences. But said, “At this point and time, as Minister with responsibility for that sector I would rather wait until they give me a report on what they are doing.”Vieira had said that GNBA found that the conditions under which former President Bharrat Jagdeo granted 11 radio licences in 2011 contradicts the law as well as political agreements that were in place at the time.He said that the committee found that it would be wrong to allow those licences to stand and as such the Board decided that it will soon move to revoke all licences.However,, following Kaieteur News’ publication of such, the Chairman of the Board,, Leonard Craig told other sections of the media to disregard what Vieira said as he was just an over exuberant member of the Board.The Broadcast Act does not provide for the independence of GNBA, therefore, it can very well receive instructions from the ruling administration.Nagamootoo said that he may meet with the Board “some time soon.” He also said that he is expecting a report from the Board “some time soon.”However, the Prime Minister said that he has no intention to ask the Board to endeavour to move faster with its work.Nagamootoo was very vocal about the unfair and unlawful distribution of Radio Licences before he entered office.At an elections rally,, the coalition held at Golden Grove, Nagamootoo had said that the state media would be liberated and questionable frequency transactions would have been investigated as priority if the APNU+AFC was elected.“We have a plan. We will review all those television stations,, and those radio stations that were given to friends. We will ensure that they are re-distributed to those who deserve to have and who are responsible,” he said.He also spoke of the National Frequency Management Unit (NFMU), which he said would be reorganized to ensure fairness in the distribution of media ownership.Before that, on April 8, 2013, Nagamootoo said that there was a serious conflict of interest with regard to the allocation of frequencies. “It is disgraceful and scandalous. This is naked nepotism,” Nagamootoo declared. He had stood in the National Assembly calling for a reverse.Jagdeo, before ending his two terms in office in 2011, approved several radio and cable television licences for mainly friends and his party members.In so doing, he sidelined applications from several prominent media houses including Kaieteur News, Stabroek News, Capitol News, HBTV Channel Nine and CNS Channel Six. This was despite a standing agreement for no new licences until new broadcasting regulations and the GNBA were in place.Jagdeo’s best friend, Dr. Ranjisinghi ‘Bobby’ Ramroop, received one with multiple frequencies. Also receiving a similar number of frequencies was The Mirror,, a newspaper which belonged to the ruling party at the time and Telcor,, a company owned by Robert Persaud’s wife, Kamini Persaud and his sister.The disclosures of the licences, which also included approval for two cable TV operations, sparked court cases and several days of protests,, as well as local and international condemnation.

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    Minister of Natural Resources and the Environment Robert Persaud on Tuesday evening,, urged the commitment of more resources towards the development of Guyana’s Zoo and parks around the country as the Draft Master Plan for the development of the Zoological Park under the Three Parks Initiative was being launched.Minister of Natural Resources and the Environment, Robert Persaud, addressing the gathering at the launch of the Zoo Park master plan.His call was answered at the end of the launch by a representative of Caribbean Chemicals who pledged the sum of $1M towards the project.The plan was unveiled in the parking lot of the National Park Carifesta Avenue entrance in Georgetown.The Three Parks Initiative, according to a Government release, is a collaborative effort among the Ministry of Natural Resources and the Environment,, the Protected Areas Commission (PAC), the Beharry Group of Companies,, and Conservation International (CI). It is designed to upgrade the facilities and enhance the security of parks in Georgetown.The Zoo Master Plan is also intended to mark the beginning of a long-term effort to modernise and transform the Guyana Zoo by implementing the highest international standards in zoo animal welfare,, and by allowing Guyanese visitors to connect with the rich natural world that exists beyond the limits of Guyana’s urban landscape.Minister Persaud in thanking the staff of the PAC and the National Parks Commission for moving the initiative forward observed that, “in our urban settings and Capital city,, one of the areas we would want to keep pristine,, clean and really live up to the reputation of being green and beautiful,, would be our parks; our zoological parks,, our national parks and also on the West Demerara, the Joe Vieira Park.”He explained that over the past months,, “we have been studying how we could move these facilities forward to the expectations of the Guyanese public. How we can modernise and how we can offer better services and the facilities, not only for the population, but how it can be prominent in our tourist attraction.”Persaud explained that the Three Parks initiative is one which was presented to a number of partners, “also we have started engagement with the business community as to how it is we can move the initiative forward. And we do hope that tonight’s (Tuesday night) presentation would allow you great insight and perhaps support, and through your direct and indirect influence we see more resources heading in this direction.”He said that Government has not only signaled that it wants these facilities to be improved, but has committed close to $150M to the project, most of which is intended to go towards the National Park and the Botanical Gardens.Some of the changes planned, include reorganisation and transformation of some of the existing cages into walkthrough exhibits.The Zoological Park when completely modernised will have a coastal wetland for aquatic animals, a savannah area for deer, tapirs and other related animals, mountainous highland for the small cats and rainforest for the harpy eagles.

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    A man who was described as a court regular and a nuisance was on Friday jailed for 18 months by Magistrate’s Adela Nagamootoo when he appeared before her at the New Amsterdam Magistrate’s Court and pleaded guilty to the charge of break and enter and larceny.Vernon Williams, called ‘Buck Boy, or Buck Man’, and ‘Young Buck,, 31, of 945 Glasgow Housing Scheme,, was accused of breaking into Michelle John’s dwelling house at 36 Stanleytown, New Amsterdam between Sunday May 1, and Monday May 9,, last, and stole one black and white floor carpet,, one 19” television set, one microwave oven, one pressure cooker, one gas cylinder,, one blender, one centre table, one towel,, one glass bowl set, one mattress, two pillow cases, one bed sheet, one marble side table, one glass top table, one ironing board, one Black and Decker iron,, one coffee maker, a 20-piece dinette set and 24 drinking glasses.According to prosecutor Corporal Sherlock King,, the woman who stays at another residence,, had secured her home between the dates mentioned and went out. Upon her return on May 9, she noticed her house broken into and a number of items missing.A report was made and after diligent investigation Williams was held and questioned. During questioning he admitted to being the thief.Some of the items were recovered after he told investigators that he had sold some of them to various persons around the town. Those persons were contacted and the items recovered.The court was also told that Williams was previously jailed on numerous occasions for matters of similar nature and for narcotics possession.

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    “Given the Govt’s perceived connection with the underworld and the narco-trade I wouldn’t rule out money laundering-” Pegasus ownerGary EleazarThe controversy has been brewing for years; the silence has been deafening but this past Sunday HeadCEO of the Guyana Pegasus Robert Badalof State Bharrat Jagdeo along with other stakeholders turned the symbolic sod for the construction of a Guyana Marriot International Hotel leaving in its wake numerous unanswered questions.Who are the shareholders? Why commit taxpayers’ money with less than a week to election? How will it be maintained?These are questions that local hotelier,, Robert Badal, is asking.Badal is the principal owner and Chief Executive Officer of the Pegasus Hotel which has been recognized as the country’s premier hotel for decades now. He is of the view that firstly any investment in the hotel industry should be by the private sector and not an investment with taxpayers’ money, even a public/private partnership.According to Badal, the government over the years has demonstrated its inability to prudently manage the taxpayers’ money which it has invested over time, on each occasion raising eyebrows.Badal recalled some of the many failings. He pointed to the Skeldon Sugar Factory which he said should have only cost US$100M and would have performed better instead of having to plug US$65M more with the country yet to see benefits.Despite this investment, Badal is of the view that the Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo) along with the families that depend on the sugar industry faces an uncertain future.He spoke,, too,, of the Berbice River Bridge which was supposed to have cost US$30M but wound up costing some US$55M while attracting one of the highest tolls in the world.“We have seen, over the years, so many failings by the government in the investment of taxpayers’ money…this Government has not been prudent with taxpayers’ money.”Badal believes that any such investment in the industry should have been done by the private sector. He adds that if such an investment was feasible,, the private sector would have been able to more effectively manage it and in the process receive a better rate of return.Winston BrassingtonHad the project, in his view,, been feasible there would have been total private sector investment.He questions the logic behind the investment saying that at present the country’s hotel industry as a whole operates at an average of a 30 per cent occupancy rate. “So why would taxpayers’ money be used to increase the inventory of rooms when there is no increase in demand?“You tell me where the additional people will come from?”Badal says that the people that travel to Guyana other than to do business generally are Guyanese returning to visit their families and they would stay with relatives while in the country. “They are not going to stay in a hotel.”He said that under Jagdeo’s Presidency over the past 12 years the economy has only grown below the two per cent mark which would not enthuse any significant increase in traffic to Guyana.Badal says that with an increased demand for rooms then such an investment would be justified and even if it were to increase then the only justifiable investment source would be the private sector.The hotelier drew reference to the 2007 appeal by the Head of State for the country to increase its inventory of rooms available for the Cricket World Cup. According to Badal the majority of the new hotels that were built are now up for sale with no buyers available. “So why put taxpayers’ money to aid a multinational?”Badal told this publication,, “My issue is not putting up a hotel…If the Marriott wants to,, it is a very rich multinational company, it should not depend on the taxpayers of this country to finance a US$51M investment and then it will come and run it…That’s not good business!”The Pegasus owner vehemently said of the US$51M investment “…it will fail overnight.” He said too that at present the vast majority of Guyanese don’t know what the deal is with the Marriott…“they are paying the Marriott to come and manage this.”Badal said that an investment of US$51M would require at least a 10 per cent return which would mean some US$5M. The entire industry in Guyana does not make half of this.The Hotelier says that for Republic Bank to put US$27M as was stated at the sod turning ceremony then there would have had to be a Government guarantee.“I went through this process,” Badal said adding that Trinidadian banks would not finance a hotel even half the size of the proposed Marriott, without a Government guarantee.The owner of the proposed Hotel is Atlantic Hotel Incorporated (AHI) which Brassington has described as a Special Purpose Company. To date the only names that have been associated publicly with AHI are Brassington and Marcia Nadir.He reiterated that there is so much more need for the money,, “look at the roads that don’t last a rainy season…public sector wages,, a host of problems need to be taken care of …why build a hotel for the Marriott?”

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    On September 23,, HALESTORM drummer Arejay Hale was interviewed on “Rock Made Of Metal” in Glasgow, Scotland. You can now listen to the chat in the YouTube clip below.HALESTORM has just released a digital EP called “In The Live Room”,, which is now available on iTunes. The six-song set was recorded live on October 31 at Sear Sound Studios in New York City as part of The Warner Sound’s original series,, “The Live Room.” The series captures artists performing live sessions in some of the most iconic recording studios across America. The Lzzy Hale-led act kicked off a fall headlining U.S. tour on Thursday (November 8) in Mobile,, Alabama,, wrapping up on December 15 in Orlando, Florida.Hale told The Pulse Of Radio that HALESTORM has no plans to ease up on the road as 2012 comes to a close. “There’s no end in sight to the touring,” she said. “We’re booked through, I believe it’s May of next year — which is really exciting for us too because on the last album cycle we really didn’t have that,, we didn’t really know where we were gonna be next until halfway through whatever tour we were on at the time. So it’s definitely an accomplishment.”"I Miss The Misery”,, the second single from HALESTORM’s current album,, “The Strange Case Of…”, is a Top Three track at Active Rock radio.Hale was named the “Hottest Chick in Hard Rock” in Revolver magazine’s annual round-up of the sexiest female rockers earlier this fall, beating out contenders like Amy Lee of EVANESCENCE,, IN THIS MOMENT’s Maria Brink and LACUNA COIL’s Cristina Scabbia. Wholesale Authentic NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Yu Darvish Rangers Jersey Lance Alworth Chargers Jersey nfl jerseys cheap Sergei Bobrovsky Jersey Authentic Jimmy Butler Bulls Jersey Carl Crawford Dodgers Jersey

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    From Dale Andrews in New YorkWhen my boss asked me to go to America,, I was really excited. After all, I had never been to the ‘Big Apple’ and the thought of seeing family and friends not seen for years overwhelmed me.These family and friends were excited too. “Dale coming to America?”I was assigned to cover the sentencing of Guyanese drug lord,, Roger Khan. Like most Guyanese visiting the USA, I packed my bags with the things I know my countrymen would relish. There was rum, wild meat (iguana and labba), yes,, pointer brooms and believe it or not, a few slabs of cheddar cheese. I was loaded.Thankfully, I was able to pass through the Cheddi Jagan International Airport, Timehri without any fuss. My passage through the United States immigration was also hassle free and I could not help being impressed by the courtesy that was extended to all the passengers by the American immigration staff. This is not to say that the same did not obtain in Guyana. Instead of my preferred rice, a bowl of chicken foot soup minus the customary provisions greeted me on my arrival at the home of my aunt where I am staying. I cannot wait to get back home.I never got sleep that very night I arrived in the United States. My relatives kept bombarding me with questions about what is happening in Guyana. Although they have all the access to Internet,, they still wanted to hear it from someone who is actually involved in covering the news.They wanted to know about Kwame McCoy; they wanted to know about Mark Benschop; they wanted to know about the police in Guyana. They also asked about the reports of massive corruption and the non action by the opposition.They have heard about the position of the government with regards to the decline in advertisements in certain media houses. Most Guyanese with whom I have spoken are still apprehensive about returning to Guyana even on holiday. This is despite the elimination of certain criminal elements who had the country under siege.“Could we go out to parties and go home after midnight without being robbed?” was one of the questions asked by Oswald Harper,, a Guyanese living in New York for the past 20 years.They have also noted the silence of President Jagdeo on certain issues.“Even when he was here recently he did not address major issues back home,” another Guyanese informed.I was also questioned about the alleged links that the government has to confessed drug trafficker Roger Khan. My countrymen in New York wanted to know about Dr. Leslie Ramsammy and his reported involvement in the purchase of the spy computer.Most of them with whom I spoke to are not confident that the local police could effectively investigate the operations of the phantom squad.They were quite interested in the recent PNCR elections and not many are happy with the outcome.Danielle Morgan, a former Kitty resident now living with her husband and children in Brooklyn, is convinced that Guyana would not get better unless there is a change in the political culture. She is longing to return home but would rather see her sons brought up in the USA than in the country of her birth.“I tell my husband sometimes that he should go back and run for president because the current leaders are useless,,” she joked.“I will go back home when all the people now in Guyana leave and a new breed comes up,” she added.Many Guyanese in New York are of the impression that nothing positive is happening in their home country.Even the few foreigners I have met so far here have a negative impression of the country.On Friday myself and Enrico Woolford were engaged in a conversation with some American attorneys. They indicated that they wanted to come to Guyana to obtain character references for their client who is charged with plotting to blow up the JFK International Airport.But what they were hearing about Guyana probably caused them to liken our country to Afghanistan. They asked if they would need bodyguards to move around Guyana. Strange but true.Of course they know about Jonestown. We assured the attorneys that despite what they are hearing,, Guyana is a relatively safe place to go, especially with what I’ve been hearing on the local television over here.Everyday since I’ve been here, there has been a police shooting in New York alone. However, these were said to be justifiable shootings. And it’s not like the Americans hide the bad news. They are reported on but I get the impression that the situation does not drive any significant amount of fear in the population as obtains in Guyana.Most Guyanese that I’ve met are now preparing to send barrels back home and I’m certain that the Customs and Trade Administration of the GRA would have a busy time this Christmas.As for me,, New York is an eye-opening experience. I wish every Guyanese could come and see for themselves how not to waste time. 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    – Challenges Irfaan Ali statement on CJIA expansionThe country’s main opposition, the coalition A Partnership National Unity (APNU), yesterday said it would no longer participate in the so-called ‘“corruption” debates by the state-owned TV NCN,, calling it an exercise to suit the fancies of the government,, with officials misleading the public on key issues.Joseph Harmon,, a Member of Parliament for APNU, has sought to challenge Minister Irfaan Ali, who on Sunday’s programme stated that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) had advised that there is need for an Environmental Impact Assessment for the expansion project for the Cheddi Jagan International Airport.Harmon has since written the EPA and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) for clarification.Further, Harmon said residents have refuted claims by Ministers Ali and Robeson Benn that they were consulted. An estimated 2,500 residents of North Timehri have been told they have to relocate.Harmon said that airport officials driving around and handing out eviction letters does not constitute consultations.Further, Dr Rupert Roopnaraine, also a Member of Parliament for APNU, said there is much more that needs to be told about the airport expansion plan.“It needs far more ventilation, far more public exposure of the modalities, including the financial modalities and the environmental and social impacts; and we are absolutely appalled that they could be contemplating what they are contemplating without the necessary requirements,,” Dr Roopnarine stated.Harmon stated that it is IDB rules which state that in any project,, the need for resettlement should be avoided, but if not, it must be ensured that the affected population can achieve an equivalent or improved standard of living within a reasonable time.Further,, he said that there must be full compensation for all transitional losses and that there must be a minimizing of the disruption of social networks and economic opportunities.Dr Roopnaraine said that if it is that the residents have to be removed, a relocation plan must be settled with them.But whatever the issue, APNU does not believe the government-run debate is the place for issues to be debated.“We wish to make it absolutely clear that we are prepared to debate the Government on any issue as it relates to National Development as you have seen us do in the National Assembly. However, we will not be caught in an ambush set by the PPP/C Government and executed by NCN Channel 11,” Lurlene Nestor, an official of APNU stated.After the first series of debates in which Mr. Carl Greenidge represented APNU, Nestor said it became clear to the party that the entire format was flawed.“This in addition to other issues which we subsequently raised with NCN informed a decision by the Leadership Council of APNU not to participate in these debates,” she stated.Opposition Leader David Granger had recommended several issues to be discussed, namely, “the University of Guyana crisis,, the Linden security crisis, the riverain and road infrastructure crisis, the local government and municipal crisis, the Georgetown Nursing School crisis, the Hinterland Secondary schools’ crisis, the appointment of Diplomats in the Guyana’s Foreign Service, reforming of the Guyana Police Force, the establishment of a tripartite budget committee, the appointment of judges in the Guyana’s judiciary, social protection for vulnerable citizens, and the collective bargaining in the public sector.”However, APNU said that “NCN in its own wisdom decided to locate all the issues/crisis within a narrow framework of corruption.” Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys China Wholesale China Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys NFL

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    Guyana and Venezuela are still at odds over the resolution of their more than a century-old border controversy.Guyana’s Minister of Natural Resources, Raphael Trotman,, during a news brief in the nation’s capital Georgetown on Thursday,, said that a delegation will be travelling to New York next week to engage the incoming United Nations Secretary General,, António Guterres, to have the matter taken to the International Court of Justice (ICJ).He added his colleague and Guyana’s Foreign Affairs Minister, Carl Greenidge,, is scheduled to lead the delegation along with the Director General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Audrey Jardine-Waddell.Expounding on the visit,, Trotman said that the engagement would be part of a process in securing a final recommendation.The Minister’s revelation would come days after Venezuela’s Foreign Minister, Delcy Rodriguez, met with Chief of Staff of the Secretariat of the Organization of Nations United Nations (UN),, Edmond Mulet, to discuss her country’s position.According to Venezuela media reports,, Rodríguez during the meeting last Friday, “reiterated” the willingness of her Government to resolve the territorial dispute with Guyana over the Essequibo region through diplomacy rather than having the matter taken to the ICJ.On July 10,, 2015, Venezuela formally asked the UN to appoint a Good Officer to mediate the dispute with Guyana and to declare its sovereign and just rights over the territory of Essequibo.However, the Government of Guyana has insisted that the simmering border controversy should be settled once and for all in an international court.Over the last 25 years, the two nations have been using the Good Officer process, which is overlooked by the UN General Secretary. Guyana has been arguing that this process is a waste of time.Last year, Guyana discovered oil in its offshore concessions. This resulted in Venezuela immediately moving to restate its claim to Essequibo as well as the waters where the oil was discovered.The matter was subsequently taken before the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon where both nations agreed to have the UN Chief decide the best way forward to decide once and for all, on a solution.Since then, UN officials have visited Guyana and Venezuela to gather information.Guyana has been using a number of international forums including the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) to air its concerns over Venezuela’s claimed aggression.Venezuela’s claim is almost for the entire Essequibo, the biggest county in Guyana, a mineral rich area known more for its vast areas of untouched forest which happens to be home to thousands of citizens mainly of indigenous ancestry.The outgoing Secretary General,, Ban Ki Moon, had made a commitment to Guyana that a decision would be rendered before year-end on the way forward. He is due to step down at the end of this year. Jason Taylor Dolphins Jersey Earl Campbell Titans Jersey Carnell Lake Steelers Jersey Doug Flutie Chargers Jersey Jack Ham Steelers Jersey Irving Fryar Patriots Jersey Chuck Foreman Vikings Jersey Louis Lipps Steelers Jersey Roger Staubach Cowboys Jersey

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    “Regrettable that I had to go to court to claim what is lawfully due to me”Former Attorney General, Doodnauth Singh, says that it is regrettable that he was forced to go to court for his benefits.Yesterday, the Senior Counsel acknowledged also that he has since received his benefits.However, this would have come only after several letters were written to the Ministry of Finance, the first one dating back to February.“I can only say that it is regrettable that I had to go to court to claim what is lawfully due to me.”Recently, Chief Justice Ian Chang issued an order directing the Minister of Finance, the Secretary to the Treasury and the Accountant General of Guyana to pay Doodnauth Singh $14.6M. The money represents his gratuity.The order was served on the defendants, Minister of Finance, Dr Ashni Singh; Secretary to the Treasury,, Nirmal Rekha, and the Accountant General.The matter came up again Thursday and a writ commanding the officers to pay was withdrawn.According to Singh,, there was no need to proceed with the matter since he had been paid.The Chief Justice also quashed a decision by the defendants, contained in a letter, which required the former Attorney General to submit his Income Tax Liability Statement before the payment of his gratuity could be made.Doodnauth Singh SC, had moved to the court through his attorneys Edward Luckhoo,, SC and Neil Boston, following the delay in the payment of his gratuity.According to an affidavit in support of the motion, Singh stated that he was appointed Attorney General of Guyana and Minister of Legal Affairs in June 2001, and served in those offices until last January.He noted that from the commencement of his appointments, PAYE and pension were deducted from his salary on a monthly basis.In June 2004,, his salary was declared to be free of tax and the deductions ceased, but he continued to make pension payments until he demitted office early this year.After serving seven years and one month, the former Attorney General’s gratuity amounting to $14,650,750 was payable with effect from February 1, 2009.Additionally, his pension of $3,516,180 per annum was due.This was confirmed by a letter from the Clerk of the National Assembly,, Sherlock Isaacs, dated April 6, 2009, in which Isaacs stated that the sum of Singh’s entitlements was verified by the Auditor General.The Clerk of the National Assembly had also indicated that he had discussed the matter with Secretary to the Treasury,, Nirmal Rekha, who advised the former Attorney General to contact the Accountant General with respect to the payment.A letter dated September 1, 2009 was sent by the former Attorney General’s lawyer to Rekha, formally requesting the payment of Singh’s gratuity and pension.However, a reply signed by Grace McKend, on behalf of the Accountant General,, indicated that an income tax liability statement or special approval exemption was a requirement before the payment.Singh’s lawyer then indicated that all of his client’s Income Tax Returns were submitted by his accountant, Lance Atherley.Nevertheless, the former Attorney General is of the view that to deny him the benefits until he submits the Income Tax Liability Statement is ultra vires,, unlawful, unreasonable without lawful authority and null and void and of no legal effect.His attorney had also written to the Ministry of Finance requesting that the Ministry provide the regulation or law under which Singh is required to provide an Income Tax Liability Statement.Chief Justice Ian Chang concurred and ordered that Singh’s gratuity and pension should be paid out of the Consolidated Fund, pursuant to the Pensions (President, Parliamentary and Special Officers) Act, Chapter 27:03, and Article 217 of the Constitution of Guyana.Singh, who took ill and was hospitalised at Balwant Singh’s Hospital in June this year,, was advised to seek medical attention in the United States. 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    Failure to implement the recommendations of the Municipal Implementation Committee has allowed for continued financial irregularities at City Hall,, and Chairman of the Committee and recently appointed Presidential Adviser on Financial Matters, Keith Burrowes,, has expressed his displeasure in this regard.“It is high time for us to become frustrated. I am frustrated because we did this comprehensive review and nobody has told me that the review and the recommendations were not suitable, so I assumed that everything was okay.”Burrowes’ sentiments were amplified on Tuesday when he met with several municipal officers and their union representatives at the Sleep Inn International Hotel, Brickdam.He said that he learnt that none of the recommendations were implemented following a perusal of the municipal system by Ramon Gaskin upon his (Burrowes’) request.Not only were none of the recommendations implemented, but Gaskin was also able to uncover matters that have since necessitated the involvement of the Police Force,, Burrowes emphasised.“We saw what we consider deliberate efforts to keep municipal trucks off the road.”He mentioned cases where invoices bearing no letterheads, addresses, telephone numbers or email addresses were discovered at the municipality. One such invoice amounted to almost $3M.Attempts to verify that existing entities were associated with such invoices proved futile, as according to the Presidential Adviser, even the Supreme Court Registry, which is tasked with granting licences to businesses, could not substantiate their existence.Having examined such an invoice, Burrowes said that he was immediately prompted to commence calculating how many lower level municipal workers could have been paid with that sum.The municipality has adopted a protracted record of failing to pay its workers in a timely manner, a development that has on several occasions forced industrial action. Strike action was in fact engaged on Friday,, last, for this very reason, among others.“I have always argued that with its limited resources the municipality should be paying in a bottom-up instead of a top–down (manner) and the main reason for that is that those at the bottom are the ones that are struggling a bit more,,” Burrowes said.In addition, he related that once the bottom – top approach is used, more workers can be paid, even as he speculated that some senior officers’ salaries could facilitate the payment of at least 10 lower level workers.“That is not being done and I even understand that the councillors are being paid before staff. I don’t know how true it is, but I will have to check that out.”In voicing his concerns about the non-implementation of imperative recommendations for the municipality, Burrowes stressed “it is only prudent on the Council’s part to support the recommendations…after putting all these hours of work…they did not.”According to him,, several persons were even brought on board and were willing to volunteer their services to the different municipal units to help implement the recommendations. He however noted that most of the volunteers have since become frustrated.Among the departments that are in dire need of addressing, Burrowes was most emphatic about developments in the Accounts Unit.“I have been saying over and over, you guys need to clean up your balance sheet. It has some figures in there that don’t tie-back with nothing. I have never seen something like this before!”In light of this, he said that a new database was designed for the municipality,, in hope of having only new transactions undertaken. This move,, according to him,, would see the onus now being on the public to ascertain whether figures are correct or not.“The burden of proof will be on the business people and the residents. If that had started a number of things would have happened, among them, we would have gotten a good sense as to who is paying and who is not.” Burrowes asserted. Paul Hornung Packers Jersey Marshall Faulk Rams Jersey Mel Blount Steelers Jersey Terrell Davis Broncos Jersey Ray Nitschke Packers Jersey Ozzie Newsome Browns Jersey Mark Duper Dolphins Jersey LaDainian Tomlinson Chargers Jersey John Matuszak Raiders Jersey

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    – Shaik BakshThe Guyana Teachers’ Union (GTU) may be guilty of attempting to aid the absenteeism of teachers in the public school system through its hosting of meetings during school hours.This is according to Education Minister Shaik Baksh, who noted that this practice will not be tolerated by his ministry this year.“The union wants teachers to be released during school hours to attend union meetings, and this is taking a toll on the teaching of the schools. We are saying do it after 3 pm (15:00 hours) that is all we are asking for…but they are insisting that they want the teachers,,” Baksh divulged.The situation, the minister said, is of such that sometimes half a day or even an entire day of teaching is lost at dozens of schools.He noted that,, although the ministry’s relationship with the union is considered satisfactory, the ministry cannot afford to allow the current trend of the union to persist unabated.Minister Baksh also alluded to the planning of school sports, which is normally spearheaded by the union. He pointed out that this planning process also takes up much of the schools’ teaching hours for at least two weeks on an annual basis.“We want to have the school sports at the end of July,, when school is closed…In any case, the Ministry of Education intends to take the lead in the school sports championship activities,, and we will call the union on such discussions and to reschedule the time…” the minister said.He emphasised that when the situation of teachers’ absenteeism is compared on an international basis, the number of hours lost for actual class teaching are so many that the situation is impacting negatively on the learning outcome and the results seen in the school system.For this reason,, the minister said, the ministry must bring an end to any such situation.It was for the very reason of absenteeism, the minister said, that the ministry was forced to formulate a policy with regards to releasing teachers to attend the University of Guyana, a feature which he believes is working quite well.The Education Ministry has also been enforcing sanctions,, whereby deductions are made from the salaries of teachers who absent themselves from school.“We are imploring teachers to be punctual at school, because this would affect even the literacy programme. We have a reading hour — the first hour of school — so if they are not present it will affect that programme,” Minister Baksh insisted.In essence,, Baksh said,, when there are absences, it prevents the school system from being able to cover the curriculum,, which will ultimately affect the performance at the CSEC level and other crucial examination results. Adam Joseph Duhe Dolphins Jersey John Matuszak Raiders Jersey Donnie Shell Steelers Jersey Brett Favre Falcons Jersey Harold Carmichael Eagles Jersey Wesley Walker Jets Jersey Gary Zimmerman Broncos Jersey Mike Wagner Steelers Jersey Joe Greene Steelers Jersey

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    – 54 breeding rams distributed to farmersSignificant emphasis is being placed on expansion of the livestock sector, and one such is the provision of breeding animals.During the distribution exercise at the National Agricultural Institute (NARI) on Saturday last,, Minister of Agriculture Robert Persaud said that the exercise is aimed at improving the genetics of the livestock sector.Guyana is considered as one of the few countries that is self-sufficient as it relates to livestock, and according to Minister Persaud,, it is Government’s vision to assist the CARICOM region in dealing with its food insecurities and its reliance on imported livestock.“As part of our agriculture diversification strategy and part of our long-term plan, specifically for the livestock sector,, we have put as a matter of priority,, genetic improvement,, and what you see here … is not the first, in fact quarterly we have such distribution exercises taking place at the different locations,” he said.Breeding Rams to be distributedHe noted that it is also to look at ways, in which support can be given to farmers countrywide, getting them up to flock size so that eventually Guyana can be a major exporter of meat.Minister Persaud emphasised that there has been an increase in the interest shown by livestock farmers in the area of agricultural diversification and positive development, and enhancement of agricultural practices.He said the breeding programmes are substantial investments made by the Government towards the support of farmers to allow them to grow and expand their agricultural activities.Investments over the years were aimed at ensuring affordability and to develop capabilities to become a major supplier within CARICOM.“Many of the CARICOM States today import livestock products from as far as New Zealand, some parts with Central America and even as far as Argentina but we believe in Guyana that if our farmers are well organised and given the necessary support and marketing and export systems, we can replace some of those suppliers in the Caribbean region, if we are given the opportunity,” the Agriculture Minister assured.Minister Persaud, while emphasising the need for farmers to practice proper animal health practices, appealed to them to report any Veterinary Officer who charges for service.“Any Vet from the Ministry of Agriculture who charges you for service, I’m not talking about medication, but service, you should report them because they are paid to offer you free service. We are one of the few countries that provide that type of service free and every region in our country is covered,” he said.To date, the Agriculture Ministry currently has 18 Veterinary Doctors who supply free services, with the exception of medication, and the Ministry is now working to expand this to 24.He said that if the country is to realise its vision of being a leading exporter to the Caribbean Region, there are steps that will have to be taken. These include genetic improvement, developing animal health care, enhancing diagnostic and slaughtering facilities and developing market facilities.Meanwhile, NARI’s Director, Dr. Oudo Homenauth encouraged farmers to practice proper feeding systems, deworming and utilising suitable pastures if they are to receive maximum benefit from their investments.“You need to be practicing integrated farming and to promoting good husbandry practices if farmers are to recognise the true potential of their livestock.”The programme is a collective effort by the Government of Guyana through NARI, the United Kingdom’s Department of International Development and the British Texel Society.The breeding programme commenced in 2007 and thus far, has seen the imputation of hybrid animals from Suriname and the United States. The animals’ offsprings were distributed to farmers in Regions Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven and Ten. As part of this exercise, the Texel Embryo Programme was also launched by NARI and to date over 100 lambs were produced. Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China

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    Minister of Social Cohesion,, Amna Ally, sees nothing wrong with the alleged transgressions of Minister of State Joseph Harmon in the ongoing BaiShanLin fiasco.Kaieteur News understands that both Harmon and Ally yesterday visited Region Three to hold talks with residents there about matters coming out of the recently concluded Local Government Elections (LGE).Addressing the meeting at West Demerara, Ally said that she is proud of Harmon. She spoke about the “many” projects Harmon undertook to better the lives of citizens in Region Three. She said that Harmon’s main priority is the development of Guyana.Minister Ally told the gathering,, “Joseph Harmon is not corrupt. President Granger has every confidence in the Minister of State.”She added that “had the Minister of State done wrong, he would have been gone”.I am not accountable to the mediaIn addition, Harmon’s press Secretary,, Malika Ramsey released a statement via her Facebook page. The statement read that Harmon “is not concerned that the current organized campaign to damage his reputation will affect the way he performs his duties as minister.Minister of Social Cohesion, Amna AllyApproximately 15 persons mounted protest yesterday in support of Harmon“Minister Harmon says he has always felt that it was the people who elected him,, and the people who elected the Coalition Government,, and it is the people who decide whether or not that government is performing – not one or two news paper columnists or one or two persons who write news paper articles. The Minister of State says the President has spoken on the matter definitively, and he respects the president’s judgment therefore he (the Minister of State) need not say more.”President David Granger recently had cause to undo an appointment that Harmon made without consulting him.Harmon had appointed Brian Tiwari as Ministerial Advisor to Business. As soon as the President became aware of this he rescinded the appointment. President Granger told reporters that he saw no need for such an appointment, as he has a competent Minister of Business. It was that Minister, Dominic Gaskin, who President Granger said he has confidence in.Kaieteur News had also reported that Harmon undermined the Guyana Revenue Authority when he halted attempts by the GRA to seize two of BaiShanLin’s vehicles.Harmon, the Chu’s and two other Govt. officials on a private jetThe Chinese company had failed to pay the required duties on the vehicles within the legally stipulated timeframe.But before the GRA and SOCU officials could carry out the operation, Harmon instructed that the vehicles must not be removed.The vehicles were subsequently a day after a Kaieteur News exposé. But the government is still to say how it intends to address Harmon’s actions.After promising to “investigate the veracity” of the allegation against Harmon, Minister of Finance, Winston Jordan, is still to update the media of the probe.Efforts to contact him subsequently proved futile.Anti-corruption advocates have expressed disappointment in Harmon and said Guyana cannot be made to suffer a repeat of what was had occurred under the rule of the People’s Progressive Party/ Civic (PPP/C). Wholesale Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys

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    – Relatives lament poor health care from hospital,, GuySucCo’s neglect After eleven workers were stung by Africanised bees at the Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo) UitvlugtDead: Corinne GreeneEstate,, West Coast Demerara (WCD) last month, Corinne Greene, 53, of West Meten-meer-Zorg,, West Coast Demerara succumbed to almost 40 bee stings about her body. She had been admitted to the West Demerara Regional Hospital.The mother of four worked at GuySuCo for 23 years. Relatives are accusing GuySuCo of being uncaring to the workers who were stung by the bees and being unprofessional in their handling of Corinne Greene’s death while on duty.They are also accusing the West Demerara Regional Hospital of having poor service and being a negligent health institution.According to husband, Marlon Greene, he was working in the interior when he made a call home and spoke to his step-daughter on March 31,, last. He was told that his wife could not speak to him because she along with 10 others was bitten about the body by Africanised bees while working in the fields.“She told me that her mother was taken to Leonora Cottage Hospital where she was attended to and sent away although she received the most bee stings about the body… Hours after she went home they had to carry her back to the hospital, because she had a seizure.” Mr Greene explained.“Then we had to spend $38,,000 to carry her to Woodlands Hospital for a CT scan on her head. When I called back Good Friday my step-daughter told me I had to come down, I came the following day and when I saw her she was disabled, she couldn’t speak, she was wearing pampers.”Upon approaching the doctor at the hospital for a clear understanding of what the issue was, Greene said the doctor related that his wife was being treated for hypertension.“My wife went in for bee stings, was being treated for high blood pressure, had a tube inserted into her in order to urine which gave her an infection causing her to wear pampers. Imagine the doctor isn’t telling me nothing about the bee stings which was the reason for her being admitted. All he was telling me is she has a slight stroke and she will be alright and would be able to walk when they discharge her.“I had faith and believed in what they said because that is their field, but look what happened.”Underscoring that he visited his wife three times a day along with his step-daughter, Greene said he desperately sought to understand what was really happening “but all they keep telling me is that everything is normal.”The woman’s daughter, Ashanna Greene, said that her mother was vomiting and defecating in a way which should have been glaring to medical personnel at the West Demerara Regional Hospital, but instead, all the hospital staff said was that they were treating the woman for hypertension.According to relatives, it was because of being attacked by bees that the woman developed hypertension and eventually died. “Four bee stings are equal to a snake bite and its more than 40 stings she received and GuySuCo is behaving as if nothing happened; they didn’t even report the matter or highlight what happened. It appears as if this is being hidden although somebody died… They always have GuySuCo roundup on Channel 11 and they never saw it fit to make an announcement.”According to the post mortem result, Corinne Greene died as a result of Hypertensive Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy. This is a distinctive cardiac condition resulting from hypertension. Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys

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    Over the past week,, 30 new Cuban-trained doctors underwent further training in emergency obstetrics and gynaecology, and orientation exercises designed to enhance their assimilation of the local system.Facilitated by Dr. Narine Singh,, Director, Regional Health Services, Ministry of Health and Dr Jose Diaz Rossello, Family Health Advisor, Pan American Health Organisation, the programme culminated yesterday with the distribution of certificates to the participants at the Ocean View Hotel, Liliendaal.Minister within the Ministry of Health,, Dr. Bheri Ramsaran,, said that his Ministry is a learning environment that fosters the continuous development of its most valuable resource-its human resource. The Minister noted that with Guyana being committed to accomplishing the Millennium Development Goals,, the sessions of the past week form part of Government’s thrust in this regard especially as it relates to maternal and child health.Minister Ramsaran said that upon the completion of the necessary administrative processes, most of the doctors will be stationed at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation. At least five will make their rounds at the Mahaicony Hospital, currently staffed by only Cuban doctors.This, according to Dr. Ramsaran, will allow for the re-establishment of a Guyanese presence at the facility, the bi-linguistic nature of the doctors making them prime candidates.Dr. Narine Singh said that this was the ninth in the series of training programmes aimed to further train doctors, as is in keeping with the policy of the Health Ministry.The workshop was sponsored by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and the Maternal and Child Welfare department of the Ministry of Health. (GINA) Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China

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    Government has issues with the procedure taken by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)Cabinet Secretary,,Dr. Roger Luncheonto facilitate a high-level panel of eminent persons,, to assist with mediation and electoral disputes resulting from the May 11 General and Regional Elections.Head of the Presidential Secretariat and Cabinet Secretary Dr. Roger Luncheon explained Friday that whilst the initiative is not without merit,, UNDP should have been seeking to engage central government instead of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) to get buy-in for the initiative.“The procedure ought to be UNDP’s approaching Central Government on these matters,, instead of an independent original foray to GECOM; furthermore the administration contends that this is not exactly GECOM’s cup of tea.”According to a Government statement,, Dr. Luncheon during his weekly press briefing pointed out that GECOM is constitutionally charged with managing elections and this venture into mediation of possible conflicts arising during or as a result of the elections “is not GECOM’s business.””So where the eminent personalities or eminent persons’ initiative is concerned, the PPPC Administration contends that it is misdirected to GECOM in the first place and should be brought to Central Government with whom UNDP should and must engage,” he said.According to Dr. Luncheon, historically this is the way it has been, and that any stakeholder approaching Central Government on initiatives of this sort would then be visited with some sort of response and on the basis of that response would then proceed with its proposed initiative. Wholesale Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China

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    — as Parent Support programme expandsPremised on the need to ‘work together in harmony to support today’s parents’, Youth Challenge (YCG) has embarked on a Parent Support and Mentorship Programme which according to a Parent Support Coordinator, Adel Lilly,, was created in order to provide a medium to strengthen parenting abilities.According to Lilly the Parent Support programme at YCG was introduced in 2005 with the primary intent of addressing issues that can affect parenting and ways that they could deal with such issues.YCG’s Adel LillyThis process, he said, is characterised by interactive sessions hosted by facilitators who present non-judgemental and non-bias information to participating parents. However,, he noted that prospective parents are also encouraged to be a part of the programme.“Groups would normally go to various communities and have conferences and educational sessions with parents, young adults and even teenagers dealing with the challenges of parenthood,” Lilly disclosed.At the moment, he revealed that YCG has Region Three has its main target area and has been working with a number of schools by holding parenting sessions. And the main focus right now,, he said,, is to look at how the generation gap between children and parents can impact the parenting process. “We are showing parents and teenagers that they need to bridge the gap. They can do this by starting with discussions in the home about things that affect them…things that are different now when compared to the past.”According to Lilly, the YCG parent support programme is working along with an in-school prevention programme. The in-school prevention programme,, he said, is one where YCG engages third form students in order to appeal to them to delay their first sexual experience. It has been discovered, Lilly noted that although empowering students with the requisite knowledge is essential, their parents also need to play a major part if the desired result is to be fully realised. It is for this very reason he noted that parents have been recognised as a crucial target as well. “The parents have been coming out…At the in-school programme we have a number of parents that have shown a keen interest. They are eager to be a part of discussions that we have and they always have questions of how they could better handle their parenting roles.”Lilly,, during an interview with this newspaper revealed plans to expand the initiative by forming different parent support groups in a number of communities. “If we go to a particular community we just don’t stop there. We form a parent support group where parents can meet on their own maybe with a respected person in the society such as a pastor, or pandit, and they can have their individual sessions.”And there have been similar programmes that have been extended to other communities,, including Sophia in Georgetown, Golden Grove on the East of Demerara, and plans are apace to head to Grove on the East Bank of Demerara, Lilly revealed.But though the programme has been yielding noticeable success, it has not been without some challenges. According to Lilly, there have been instances when parents have indicated that such a programme is not needful. He recalled venturing to a particular school where the issue of sex was being discussed and some parents had voiced some concerns. “Some parents just didn’t feel the need to have this discussion about sex…,” Lilly lamented.In order to overcome this challenge, he noted that intense efforts are being made to enlighten parents of the pressures that children are made to endure at schools in a quest to help them better understand the usefulness of the parent support and in-school prevention programmes,, hence the need to emphasise the impact of the generation gap.Meanwhile, YCG has also embarked on another programme to recruit mentors who could lend to the effort of offering good guidance to parents. According to Lilly, efforts will be made to solicit the support of male figures in particular, adding that as in any other programme at YCG, women usually dominate. “We have found that even when we go out into the various communities we are having a mere two or three fathers coming out to our sessions.” As such,, Lilly noted that YCG is appealing to males to be more supportive. Shawn Kelley Nationals Jersey Nick Castellanos Orioles Jersey Satchel Paige Indians Jersey Jhonny Peralta Cardinals Jersey Trevor Rosenthal Cardinals Jersey Mike Napoli Indians Jersey Red Schoendienst Cardinals Jersey Javier Baez Cubs Jersey Wilmer Flores Mets Jersey

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    Two men, including a former General Manager (GM) of major gold trader, El Dorado Trading Guyana, haveMastermind: Neville Chandrawattie – jailed for five years.pleaded guilty in a 2013 high-profile staged robbery involving over $93M in gold and cash.The former GM, Neville ‘Sunil’ Chandrawattie of Sparta, Essequibo Coast, had been facing joint charges with Anil Diaram,, a Blairmont, Berbice farmer.The two were part of a group that devised a plot to take the cash and gold of El Dorado Trading, a company owned by businessman Tamesh Jagmohan, and make it look like a robbery. During the staged robbery, Chandrawattie was tied up.Two other men,, Amerola “Iron Roller” Kudratulla and Kenneth Garraway, were also charged with the crime in late 2013.On Monday, Diaram was the first to throw in the towel. He pleaded guilty to a charge of larceny involving the theft of 96 ounces of raw gold valued at $22M and $71M in cash from El Dorado Trading. He was also facing a charge of felonious wounding of a worker of the company during the crime.Magistrate Alex Moore, who was assigned to preside over the case at the Matthews Ridge Magistrate’s Court,, Region One, jailed Diaram for four years.Yesterday, when the case continued at that court,, the GM, who masterminded the plot, also decided to plead guilty.Special Prosecutor, Glenn Hanoman, who had been appointed to prosecute the case on behalf of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) was set to call 11 witnesses,, including police,, who were all ready to give evidence yesterday.Chandrawattie was represented by attorney-at-law Compton Richardson. He faced four offences, including gun possession. He was jailed for five years.Jailed for four years: Anil DiaramChandrawattie is also facing a charge for murder in a separate case. In late 2013,, he was accused of participating in a 2007 robbery in which Dharamchan Mangra was shot and killed. Two other persons had been charged with that murder.Meanwhile, the other persons charged for that $93M robbery, Amerola Kudratulla and Kenneth Garraway,, will have to return to the court on August 8.The case had made headlines in late 2013 when it first broke.Chandrawattie was reportedly in charge of the Port Kaituma, Region One office of El Dorado Trading, responsible for the purchase of gold from miners. Garraway was said to be a boat captain who operates between Port Kaituma and Charity.It was reported that the GM and Kudratulla, who is known to the boat captain, worked on a plot to stage a robbery at the Port Kaituma office.Kudratulla went to Port Kaituma on the boat and spent a few days carefully crafting the crime.He was secreted under a bed and later surprised workers of the gold trading company. The workers were tied up and one was badly beaten with a gun. Also tied up was the GM,, who had masterminded the plot.The men, leaving the GM tied up, reportedly took the gold and cash and headed back to Charity on the Essequibo Coast, where they split up.City police had headed to the area, looking at surveillance video and other evidence.Several men were arrested and questioned.Chandrawattie reportedly decided to hatch the plot after he misused some of the monies he had entrusted to him by the company. It was during the police investigations that the mastermind cracked under pressure. He reportedly confessed to planning the heist and gave detectives a detailed account of the plot, including the names of all the players involved. Juan Marichal Giants Jersey Ricky Vaughn Indians Jersey Keith Hernandez Cardinals Jersey Greg Maddux Cubs Jersey Randal Grichuk Cardinals Jersey Fergie Jenkins Cubs Jersey Yan Gomes Indians Jersey Joe Panik Giants Jersey Manny Ramirez Indians Jersey

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    More and more students in schools across Guyana are owners of cellular phones. Perhaps now more than ever in our history it is common to hear cell phones ringing in classrooms and along school corridors.Students are texting each other, bluetoothing music and videos and some are even filming sexual activities with others on cell phones.The cell phone culture has invaded the education system, more particularly in secondary schools. It is an issue that needs to be dealt with whether one likes it or not. It is hampering the quality delivery of education and learning in schools,, especially schools that continue to allow students to bring cell phones.Regional Education Officer of Region Six, Mrs Shafiran Bhajan and School Welfare Officer (SWO), Mr Jainaraine Singh, contend that the cell phones in school is a non- issue.According to Singh, the matter had been an issue prior to the dispatching of the Ministry of Education’s (MOE) circular on cell phone usage. We will discuss that circular later. Mrs Bhajan said that if students take cell phones to school, same must be lodged with the school’s administration, preferably the clerk or secretary for keeping.She said that students are not permitted to use these phones during teaching time but can uplift their phones to make calls during the recess and lunch breaks.She further stated that the MOE requires head teachers to submit quarterly reports on the use of cell phones. She said most schools have complied with this order and have been submitting monthly reports to the Ministry.When asked whether phones may be smuggled into schools, Bhajan stated that she would not recommend searching children. The Schools Welfare Officer said that the school can notify students during assemblies that all phones must be lodged at the head teacher’s office and that teachers can make random checks from time to time.What the officials are concerned about is the growing use of cell phones by teachers in school. They stated that this matter has been brought up at head teacher meetings which are held monthly.The approach to students with cell phones in school varies from school to school across Berbice,, as it does in other areas in the country. Many schools are not complying with the circular issued by the then Chief Education Officer, Ms Genevieve Whyte-Nedd.The circular, No. 7/2007, states that the MOE had taken a decision to prohibit the use of cell phones in school during class sessions and student assemblies. 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    Former THREE DAYS GRACE singer Adam Gontier was interviewed by Artisan News last Thursday (January 17) at “Rock For Recovery”, a benefit for victims of Hurricane Sandy at Gramercy Theater in New York City. Check out the chat in two parts below.Gontier last week spoke to The Pulse Of Radio about his reasons for leaving the band he co-founded after 20 years together. The original announcement by the band and his follow-up statement seemed to have conflicting views regarding Gontier’s health and his motivations,, so The Pulse Of Radio asked him why he made this move now. “For me,, I think the thing that broke the camel’s back was, I had enough of the money coming before the music,,” he said. “It’s not perfect timing, but it had to be done, you know. For the sake of my own mental health and well-being, I had to do it.” Gontier elaborated on what went wrong for him after playing in THREE DAYS GRACE for two decades. “You know, the music really wasn’t coming from the heart,” he said. “I can say that on the record ‘Transit Of Venus’, there’s maybe one or two songs that actually do come from my heart, but a lot of songs have been written just for radio and for fans, you know,, to relate to. Quite a bit of it just adds up to the fakeness of the whole industry and how you’re writing hits for other people and not yourself — and that’s really what the band was,, has been all about.”THREE DAYS GRACE announced Gontier’s departure from the group earlier this week,, although he officially resigned on December 21.The band claims that he told them he was leaving through a letter from his lawyer,, with no personal discussion or contact between Gontier and his bandmates.THREE DAYS GRACE will appear as planned on a co-headlining tour with SHINEDOWN that starts on February 1,, with Matt Walst of MY DARKEST DAYS filling in on vocals. The group will announce its future plans after the tour.The tour is in support of the band’s fourth album, “Transit Of Venus”,, which includes the No. 1 rock radio hit “Chalk Outline”.Gontier plans to begin work on a solo album in the near future. Allen Craig Cardinals Jersey Steve Largent Seahawks Jersey Joe Carter Indians Jersey Russell Westbrook Thunder Swingman Jersey Wholesale NFL Jerseys Darcy Kuemper Jersey Sean Couturier Team North America Jersey Nat Moore Dolphins Jersey Art Shell Raiders Jersey

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    RedBeard of conducted an interview with drummer Steve Asheim of Florida death metal veterans DEICIDE before the band’s June 26,, 2011 concert at The White Rabbit in Plymouth,, England. You can now listen to the chat in the YouTube clip below.”To Hell With God”,, the new album from DEICIDE,, sold 2,200 copies in the United States in its first week of release. The CD was issued on February 15 via Century Media Records. It was produced by Mark Lewis (THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER,, CHIMAIRA) at Audiohammer Studios in Sanford, Florida.DEICIDE’s previous CD, “Till Death Do Us Part”,, opened with 2,,900 copies back in May 2008.DEICIDE earlier in the year completed the “God Is Dead To Hell With God Tour” with support from BELPHEGOR,, BLACKGUARD,, NEURAXIS and PATHOLOGY. Andrew Bogut Mavericks Swingman Jersey Kyle Korver Hawks Jersey Cheap NHL Jerseys China David Ortiz Red Sox Jersey Cam Atkinson Jersey Buster Posey Giants Jersey Henri Richard Canadiens Jersey

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    Attorney Gail S. SeeramThrough this “Question & Answer” column,, our goal is to answer your immigration questions. We appreciate your comments and questions. If you have a question that you would like answered in this column,, please email: [email protected]Question #1: I have a grave concern with my son. I have been scheduled for a visa appointment but to my understanding all paper work and payments were done for my son who they now claim has aged out. Can you please explain to me how this works or if there is any alternative?Answer #1: I recommend seeking legal advice to determine if the Child Status Protection Act (CSPA) applies in your son’s case. The Embassy will not make this determination. It is the beneficiary (your son) who has to claim eligibility for CSPA and present the calculation and proof that he did not age-out. The CSPA looks at how long the petition has been pending and re-computes your son’s age so he may be eligible even if he is age 21 or older.Question #2: This year October my sister will be in her 4th year as a permanent resident and a green card holder. Can she sponsor my two younger sisters before the end of the year?Answer #2: Unfortunately,, in order to sponsor a sibling (brother or sister) you must be a U.S. citizen. So,, your sister has to become a U.S. citizen before she can submit a petition for her sisters.Question #3: I try to enter USA with a fake USA passport 23 years ago. I was caught and was sent back to Guyana. Soon after I decide to come to UK. I am a law abiding UK citizen with a British passport. I apply to visit my parents who are US citizen and was denied a visitor visa due to my violation. How can you help?Answer #3: When applying for visitor visa or visa waiver as a U.K. citizen,, ask the consular officer at the Embassy if you qualify for an INA 212(d) (3) waiver. Certain grounds of inadmissibility (or certain acts) will make you ineligible for this waiver.Question #4: I tried to enter the United States illegally six years ago. I was caught up in Aruba. I was using a US citizen’s passport,, which was reported as stolen. They took my photos and my biographic data and I was sent back to Guyana. I was not formally charged with anything by the US government. Recently I tried to obtain a visa legally and was denied. My question is if I will ever be allowed to enter the US?Answer #4: See Answer #3 above. Harrison Barnes Team USA Jersey Kobe Bryant Team USA Jersey Penny Hardaway Magic Jersey Vince Carter Raptors Jersey Delon Wright Raptors Jersey Terrence Ross Raptors Jersey

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    The Caribbean Disaster Emergency Response Agency (CDERA) is heading a Task Force aimed at reducing the impact of disasters on Caribbean countries by strengthening regional cooperation. The Barbados-based agency says it will host the first meeting on August 21.“By taking a unified approach to disaster management which involves 27 of the countries that call themselves Caribbean, and not just the 16 states that CDERA now serves,, the Task Force will play a pioneering role in promoting regional integration and cooperation,” CDERA said.“The Task Force’s work will also be vital to the continued development of Caribbean states,, with each country knowing that it will not be left to fend for itself in the face of disasters and the economic hardship they bring.”The Task Force is being supported by the European Commission which,, according to CDERA, recognises that economic growth in the Caribbean cannot occur without greater regional cooperation and integration, and that sustainable development in the region must involve the British and Dutch Overseas Countries and Territories (OCT) as well as the French Overseas Departments (DOM).The CDERA-led group will therefore consist of representatives from CARIFORUM, OCT and DOM states, as well as those from the EC and specialised institutions such as the University of the West Indies and the United Nations Development Programme. It is called the CARIFORUM/OCT/DOM Task Force on Disaster Management.CDERA said the inaugural meeting of the CARIFORUM/OCT/DOM Task Force on Disaster Management will focus on disaster-based cooperation opportunities across the region,, and the training,, infrastructure and levels of public awareness needed to make all 27 countries involved more capable of preparing for and dealing with disasters.The group will also explore ways for programmes such as the Tsunami Early Warning System and CDERA’s Relief Supplies Tracking System,, which previously involved only some Caribbean countries,, to be expanded to cover the whole region.The Task Force also intends to kick off a language training programme so that disaster management personnel from each territory can communicate with each other more effectively.“This will ensure that cooperation between regional disaster management bodies not just continues, but thrives well into the future,” CDERA said. Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys Cheap Dallas Cowboys Jerseys Cheap Carolina Panthers Jerseys Cheap San Diego Padres Jerseys Cheap Chicago Blackhawks Jerseys Cheap NHL Jerseys Wholesale Stitched Jerseys

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    Secretary-General of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), Dr. Edwin Carrington,, has expressed satisfaction with the agenda and the preparations in place for the hosting of the Fifth Summit of the Americas in Trinidad mid-April. Dr. Edwin Carrington“The Fifth Summit of the Americas has to change the relationship between our countries and the countries of the Hemisphere,,” he has been quoted by the Summit Secretariat as saying following an official visit.Dr. Carrington held talks with National Coordinator,, Ambassador Luis Alberto Rodriguez, and other officials of the Secretariat in Port-of-Spain.Ambassador Rodriguez described as “most extensive” the consultation process that went into the development of the Concept Paper and the Draft Declaration of Commitment of Port-of-Spain.He said: “The Fifth Summit should reflect a CARICOM spirit,” and noted that the first stage of negotiation on the Draft Declaration began in the region.The National Coordinator will be in Washington next week for the second round of negotiations for 2009 with the Summit Implementation Review Group (SIRG).The SIRG is the political and negotiating body responsible for follow-up on Summit mandates, coordinating the Summit of the Americas’ agenda, and preparing for future summits.During this stage of negotiations,, the SIRG will focus on the last three paragraphs of the document, which deal with Strengthening Public Security; Strengthening Democratic Governance; and Strengthening the Summit of the Americas’ Follow-up and Implementation Effectiveness.The SIRG is also expected to continue its deliberations on several outstanding issues regarding the pillars of Human Prosperity,, Energy Security and Environmental Sustainability. According to the Secretariat, Mr. Carrington was briefed on the logistics,, protocol, and security arrangements for the Summit.The CARICOM Secretary-General said he felt a sense of pride that the Summit was taking place in the Caribbean, and he commended Ambassador Rodriguez and his team for a “very comprehensive programme with various dimensions”.Secretary-General Carrington also noted that there is an excitement building in the region “as we move closer to the Summit”, and he offered his assistance to the National Secretariat.Ambassador Rodriguez added that the Fifth Summit is not going to be a talk shop,, but would be “based on dialogue which paves the way for the future”. Cheap NHL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Los Angeles Rams Jerseys Cheap San Diego Padres Jerseys Cheap NBA Jerseys Cheap Carolina Panthers Jerseys Cheap Dallas Cowboys Jerseys

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    By Leonard GildarieNext weekend, for the fourth year in a row, the Housing Ministry is set to host its popular International Building Expo at the National Stadium, Providence.Like previous columns, I am encouraging both prospective home owners and current ones to take the opportunity and make the trek down to that East Bank Demerara location,, spending at least two hours if you can. 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There will undoubtedly be lots of deals.I am being told that one businessman who participated in the first exhibition four years ago, showcasing his moldings,, has become a millionaire now, after his eye-catching works attracted customers in droves.While I am past the stage of building,, my home is facing a few of those pesky problems – ants and a fading roof colour among them. I also want to build a garage, but it will have to be cheap. Hopefully, someone at the expo can tell me something, or maybe I can get a good deal.Last week, we spoke about the process of applying at the financial institutions for a mortgage.I received several calls and a number of emails from overseas, wondering whether the banks would issue a mortgage if you are not in Guyana.I would be cautious here, as there was no firm commitment from the lenders when I called earlier this week.It is not unheard of that a mortgage is issued while you are living overseas. 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    Up to late yesterday afternoon,, ranks from the Police Narcotics Unit were still waiting to see if a Guyanese national would excrete any more cocaine pellets that he had ingested.The man was placed under guard at the Georgetown Public Hospital after he was detained at the Ogle International Airport with a quantity of the drug,, yesterday morning.Police did not give the name of the mule but stated in a press release that about 05:30 hours yesterday,, ranks at the Police Narcotics Branch arrested a Guyanese national,, who was an outgoing passenger at the Ogle Airport,, after 518 grams of cocaine were found concealed in his underclothes.Realising that he would be detained and would not reach his destination on time,, the man “spilled his guts”. He told narcotics ranks that he had ingested cocaine.He was taken to the Georgetown Public Hospital where medical personnel administered medication to help him excrete the drug.Police in a further statement yesterday afternoon said that a number of pellets with a total weight of 62 grams of cocaine have been retrieved.The man is still under guard at the GPHC. Cheap NHL Jerseys Wholesale Stitched Jerseys Cheap Chicago Blackhawks Jerseys Cheap Los Angeles Rams Jerseys Cheap San Diego Padres Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China

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    …Chief Magistrate tells confessed wife beaterA man who confessed to brutally stabbing his reputed wife yet begged to have the charge against him dropped,Accused: Martin McLennanreceived a rude awakening from Chief Magistrate Priya Sewnarine-Beharry yesterday.Martin McLennan, who appeared before her at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court, admitted that during an argument he picked up a broken bottle and repeatedly stabbed his reputed wife to her face and several other parts of her body.The incident occurred on the streets in Meadow Bank, East Bank of Demerara on November 9, last.Police Prosecutor, Inspector Michael Grant, told the court that the couple has been having problems for some time. He said about 18:30 hours that day,, the woman was on her way home when McLennan cornered her and they had a misunderstanding.Grant explained that McLennan armed himself with a broken bottle and dealt the victim several stabs to her face,, arms and other body parts. The court heard that the woman was rescued by a passerby who witnessed the attack. Her reputed husband ran away.The public spirited citizen picked her up and took her to the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) where she was admitted for treatment. McLennan was subsequently arrested after a report was made at the Ruimveldt Police Station.A charge of unlawful wounding with intent was instituted against him and McLennan pleaded guilty when it was read to him by the Chief Magistrate yesterday.Addressing the court, McLennan said “I know I made a mistake” before turning to his reputed wife, who was standing beside the prisoners’ docks, to say “I’m sorry.”The Chief Magistrate said, however,, based on the serious nature of this crime, the prevalence of domestic violence, the gravity of the charge and the injuries the woman sustained, McLennan will serve three years in jail.Despite being ordered to serve the jail time, McLennan continued “I’m begging to offer compensation to my wife.” It was at that point that the woman came forth and said “Excuse me your worship, I just want to say something. He live with me eleven years and he wasn’t a bad man. He was never a bad man to me.”The Chief Magistrate looked at her and said,, “The injuries you sustained caused you permanent disfigurement.”Clutching the medical report,, the Chief Magistrate read that the woman had suffered multiple lacerations ranging from two to eight centimeters about her body, several punctures; and at the time her left wrist was unable to extend among other things.“These are serious injuries,,” she stressed. To which the man thought it was worth speaking. “The hand did break already.”The Chief Magistrate then said, “Be thankful you didn’t get more!”Occurrences of women begging for their perpetrators to escape punishment are frequent in the courts.But for the past few months,, the judiciary has been upping the ante to tackle the issues of gender-based violence. Almost gone are the days when victims of domestic violence had the option to “offer no evidence” against alleged perpetrators. Cheap NBA Jerseys Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys Cheap Carolina Panthers Jerseys Wholesale China Jerseys Wholesale Stitched Jerseys Cheap Chicago Blackhawks Jerseys Cheap Los Angeles Rams Jerseys

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    – Dr. RamsammyWith budgetary debates in full swing at the Parliament Buildings,, Minister of Agriculture,, Dr. Leslie Ramsammy, has expressed his disappointment at the Opposition parties in their call to vote against this year’s $75B capital budget.In a press release on Saturday,, Dr. Ramsammy stated that while Members of Parliament have indicated that they will not support the capital budget of 2012, he urges the Alliance for Change and A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) to consider their positions clearly.Minister of Agriculture,, Dr. Leslie Ramsammy“As a Member of Parliament and as one who has responsibility for agriculture, I am disappointed at the position MP Veerasammy Ramayah and the others have taken. I, unfortunately, also heard Mr. Moses Nagamootoo and others saying the same thing and I am hopeful that this is not the position of the AFC or APNU. I reject the position of the AFC and APNU MPs and I would hope the AFC and APNU will consider their positions very clearly.”He said that the capital projects are usually financed through arrangements with international financial institutions such as the Inter American Development Bank (IDB), World Bank and donor countries and organisations.It was stated that these capital projects are projects which the international partners and Guyana have agreed to and the financing is targeted. The monies granted to the country for the execution of these projects cannot be used for other expenses or payments.“Such resources cannot be directed away from the projects as the Opposition MPs want us to do. Such funding cannot be utilized to support salary increases, pay pensions etc. If we do not want to proceed with the projects, the funding arrangements are terminated.”The Agriculture Minister emphasized that the capital budget is to ensure that “much needed” infrastructural projects are supported.If parliamentarians choose to vote against the capital budget then they must be willing to tell the nation that they will not support these projects and would rather the country to never have access to these funds, added Dr. Ramsammy.He urged that the Opposition members understand that these projects also create more jobs and by not supporting the capital investment, these jobs are threatened.“On one hand, these MPs claim we must create more jobs and on the other hand they want to vote against job-creation that results from these projects. But we are not unaware of the motivation behind the rejection – it is to ensure they suffocate development in our country to help them gain power. While the Opposition pursues actions to suffocate development to satisfy their own interest and their hunger for power,, the PPP/C will continue to promote the interest of our country by building our infrastructure and creating the environment to further promote development and create jobs,” stated the Agriculture Minister.He posited that this should not detract from the need for rigid and robust monitoring and evaluation to ensure value-for-money.He added that Government continues to be concerned over the lateness of work and the quality of work as it continues to improve systems to ensure more on-time delivery of work and higher quality.In addition, much of the capital projects provide opportunities for the private sector in the country and there are many Guyanese-owned construction firms operating in the country. However,, Government concedes that contractors have not been delivering projects on time and many of the projects have experienced considerable delays, the release said.“We concede too that the quality of work by some of the contractors is questionable. The Government of Guyana will continue our efforts to ensure value-for-money spent but we are determined to build the private sector capacity in Guyana. We reject the Opposition’s portray of the private sector as only a greed machine, only interested in stealing as much as they can and we unequivocally reject this position.”Dr. Ramsammy alluded to the fact that Government has ensured that the Constitution makes provision for a Procurement Commission to be established. The Public Accounts Committee of Parliament failed to submit nominees for the appointment of the members of this committee.Presently there is an agreement between the leaders of the political parties to discuss this issue and resolve it early.“I urge that there be political agreements that will allow the establishment of the Procurement Commission as soon as possible…While we are addressing these concerns, we must also continue to create employment opportunities,, build our infrastructure and support economic development.” Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap San Diego Padres Jerseys Cheap Carolina Panthers Jerseys Cheap NHL Jerseys Cheap MLB Jerseys Cheap Dallas Cowboys Jerseys Cheap Golden State Warriors Jerseys

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    – encourages support as National Breast Feeding Week is celebratedAlthough the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) may never be able to realise a 100 per cent baby-friendly status where all babies are breastfed,, there are certainly fervent moves being made to embrace the principles that go along with such a status.Principles in this regard entail not only mothers regularly breastfeeding their newborn babies and remaining with them, but it also warrants that the entire staff of a baby-friendly hospital is au fait with its breastfeeding initiatives.Sister June Cato“Even if persons are not working in the Maternity Unit or are even working at the surgical-end,, they should have some idea of the baby friendly initiatives of that hospital,” said Senior Departmental Supervisor of the Maternity Unit,, Sister June Cato.The Baby-friendly Hospital concept was first launched by the World Health Organisation and the United Nations Children Fund in 1991, following the Innocenti Declaration of 1990. 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    Vishnu Singh,, the son of former Guyana Rice Development Board big wig,, Jagnarine Singh,, has landed in trouble again. This time he is cooling off in the Camp Street prison after he was found with an unlicenced weapon.Kaieteur News understands that a mere one hour before the firearm amnesty commenced the police responded to a report of the indiscriminate discharging of a firearm at Montrose,, East Coast Demerara.Vishnu SinghWhen they arrived,, Singh,, who was heavily under the influence of alcohol,, was pointed out to them and they confronted him.According to the police a search was carried out on Singh and an unlicensed 9mm. Glock pistol with three rounds was found. Four spent shells were also found at the scene.The 24-year-old was arrested and taken to the Sparendaam Police Station where he spent the night.The police wasted no time in taking him to court early yesterday morning and he was promptly remanded to prison.The young man first came into notoriety in January this year when he was charged with the rape of a 14-year-old girl. Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap San Diego Padres Jerseys Wholesale China Jerseys Cheap Dallas Cowboys Jerseys Cheap Los Angeles Rams Jerseys Cheap MLB Jerseys Cheap Carolina Panthers Jerseys

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    – three others now armed and dangerous Sustained work by the Joint services is finally paying dividends with the capture yesterday of Vijay Seenarine, one of the New Amsterdam Prison escapees.Seenarine, who along with three other prisoners fled the New Amsterdam Prison on June 11, was held around 11:00 hours as he was walking along J.C. Chandisingh Road at Rosehall, Corentyne, Berbice.At the time of his escape, Seenarine was on remand on a charge of carnal knowledge.His capture yesterday has provided Joint Services Ranks with vital information on the three remaining escapees Kevin €œLong Hair€ Narine, Raymond La Fleur, Vinood Gopaul,, including the fact that they are now armed with guns.Vijay Seenarine Except for a press release informing about Seenarine€™s capture,, the police remained silent on several aspects of last weekend€™s operations in Berbice to recapture the escapees.From all indications, the police backed by the Guyana Defence Force helicopter and boats appeared to be on war footing over the weekend.Once again,, Divisional Commander Steve Merai declined to comment, claiming that he was standing by the commissioner€™s request that they do not speak to the media.Even senior army personnel declined to comment.However,, according to a reliable source,, during intense interrogation, Seenarine led ranks to a camp several miles up the Corentyne River where he pointed out a camp that he and the others had shared following the escape.The ranks also recovered a shotgun believed to be left behind by the three other escapees.€œThere is evidence that they (escapees) were actually occupying the camp,€ the source told Kaieteur News.The source said that Seenarine revealed that following their escape,, they had raided a camp along the bank of the Corentyne River and relieved the occupants of four shotguns.The operation commenced last Friday and the first piece of success was obtained on Saturday when ranks stumbled on a camp aback of Skeldon and found a shotgun.A press release yesterday stated that about noon on Saturday,, ranks on patrol in the No. 58 Village Backdam, searched a camp during which an unlicensed 16 gauge shotgun with three matching cartridges was found.A man has been arrested and is in police custody assisting with the investigations.Also on Saturday, ranks of the Joint Services conducted a patrol up the Canje River and in the vicinity of Torani they found a field of about three acres under cultivation with approximately 15,,000 marijuana plants ranging in height between two feet and four feet.The ranks also found an unlicensed revolver in an abandoned camp and two nurseries with about 10,,000 seedlings.The marijuana plants and seedlings were destroyed but no one was arrested.On Friday, June 10 four prisoners, including a murder convict, escaped from the New Amsterdam Prison.The discovery of the breakout was made about 06:45hrs the following day, when guards checked the premises.The men who were both convicted and remand prisoners, somehow got hold of a €˜cement sling€™ and used that to scale down their holdings before ripping a hole in the fence and making good their escape.A Commission of Inquiry headed by Retired Major General Norman McLean has since been set up to examine the circumstances of the escape.The source said that the Joint Services will continue to hunt for the remaining escapees who are now considered armed and dangerous. Joe Carter Indians Jersey Travis Wood Cubs Jersey Neil Walker Mets Jersey Carlton Fisk Red Sox Jersey Chris Davis Orioles Jersey Stan Musial Cardinals Jersey Jason Kipnis Indians Jersey Denard Span Giants Jersey Kirk Gibson Orioles Jersey

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    “What makes me a special person? I really don’t have the answer to that. But I just cannot sit still and allow things not to happen.”By Leonard GildarieShe has risen to the top position in her community and has flown to Copenhagen to represent Guyana in climate change talks. She is also the Chairperson of the National Toshaos Council and has been a vocal representative of the indigenous people. Recently she was sworn in as a member of the Indigenous Peoples’ Commission,, a body to deal with the rights of Amerindians as well as providing a forum to discuss their problems.This week’s ‘Special Person’ Toshao Yvonne Pearson, one of the longest serving Amerindian leaders, by her very animated presence, is not just another hinterland resident wanting her voice heard. She went out and did something. She was a crucial member of a team that revamped the Amerindian Act, giving more recognition to the rights to lands for Guyana’s indigenous people.Over the past months, with increasing attention being paid to the impacts of climate change to the earth,, she was convinced that Amerindians were mandated to “put in their two cents”.Yvonne PearsonShe is a mother, a village leader, a farmer, a rights advocate and the list goes on.So how did this little lady take on these hefty challenges? HUMBLE BEGINNINGSThe 55-year-old mother of five, born Yvonne Fredericks, grew up in Abrams Creek, Pomeroon River and was the third of five children. Her father, Fred Fredericks, a well-known teacher and senior official of the United Force party, died earlier this year.“We had a farm back then and we had to work it, planting our own corn and coffee and looking after the chickens.”But her family was unable to afford to continue sending her to school at Abrams and her education was curtailed just as Pearson reached 15. She then moved to Wismar,, Region 10, where she worked in a shop for a few years.“What I really wanted to do was become a mechanic. But I could not afford it at the time.”Pearson did better…she joined the library and became a voracious reader, devouring everything from Danielle Steele to Louis L’Amour novels.“I wanted to better myself. I was not satisfied and I also enrolled at the IACE (Institute of Adult and Continuing Education).”However, Linden was not to be for the little lady. Her mother decided to bring her family to Essequibo Coast. Yvonne was 22.“I could not become a mechanic. But I got a job driving for Mary Williams, the Regional Vice Chairman.”Williams was also the Toshao of Mainstay/Whyaka, an Amerindian community a few miles in from the Essequibo Coast. That community was later to become the launching pad for Yvonne Pearson.At that time, in 1978, Yvonne was driving what was considered at the time, a man’s vehicle- a long-based Land Rover. It was also during this time that Yvonne met her husband, Lascel Pearson, a teacher. The two now have five boys.Back in the ’70s and ’80s, being a Toshao meant not being paid a salary. Her husband was elected Toshao and Yvonne received valuable experience of the demands, experience that she used later to demand changes to the Mainstay community.In 1994, Yvonne was elected Toshao of Mainstay. Life changed for the little Amerindian village after then.“It was sleepy place and I started meeting with our people. How could we improve the area?”Mainstay is famous for its lake and its potential for tourism was aggressively explored.The new Toshao led a team to the then Minister of Local Government, Harripersaud Nokta, to discuss the idea. But it was not until a few years later that the Mainstay Resort was opened, a major boost for the community nearby.AGGRESSIVE“We also started to look into the water supply,, running pipes, and other economic activities.”It was during this time that the Toshao decided she was in need to be better skilled.She started to attend classes in Anna Regina, six miles from her village.“I had to ride along the road to classes and then return home. I had five children,, had to be a wife, and then Toshao.”Two other persons who started classes with Yvonne dropped out.“You see, I grew up among boys and I wanted to ensure that I had my say.”In 1995,, Yvonne was part of a national conference. She was given an opportunity to read a resolution on the rights of Amerindians.Leading a number of villagers, they started talks with a company called Amazon Caribbean Chemicals, which was heavily into producing the heart of palm, a delicacy that is heavily in demand.In 2002, after continuous banging on the doors of the company and government officials, the Toshao’s major dream for economic development of her little village kicked in high gear.It has become known today as the Mainstay Organic Pineapple Processing Facility, a $30M facility which processes organically grown pineapple and exports it mainly to France. More than 60 persons are employed there, with an estimated 200 acres being planted. It was commissioned by President Bharrat Jagdeo.In the meantime, Yvonne was loud as she fought to implement a toll for visitors to the nearby Lake Mainstay resort. Visitors have to pass through the village to access that resort. She was successful.Through the Amerindian Peoples’ Association, Pearson,, who became its Vice President, attended a number of overseas meetings, including ones in Ecuador and Greenland. She was also part of a team that helped to improve a new Amerindian Act that took into account the long-standing issue of land rights, among other things.In 2005, the Toshao helped launch the Mainstay/Whyaka Women’s Development Group establish an aquaculture farm, and worked to establish the village as an eco-tourism destination.A heritage park was also established and the village has now moved to start honey production.LCDSBut while there was occasional mention in the media, it was only within the last year that Yvonne burst onto the national scene in a big way.“You have to understand that I am very concerned about sustainable development for the Amerindians. At our community, we were already moving in the direction with our organic pineapple, heritage park and aquaculture. So the Low Carbon Development Strategy of the President was right.”Yvonne was in the midst of the consultations that followed; consultations that were key to the entire LCDS drive.“We were also fighting for Amerindian villages not to be too near to mining and logging concessions. So the LCDS fit into the larger picture of our developmental strategy.”In 2006, also, the National Toshaos Council (NTC), a forum for all the Amerindian village leaders,, was formed. Pearson, the current Chairperson,, who was elected last year, also got the government to allow the NTC to have an office at the Ministry of Amerindian Affairs.In 2012, Yvonne’s term as Toshao, a position that she has held for 16 years, will be up constitutionally.“I do know that my work to uplift my people and by extension, Guyanese, will continue. What makes me a special person? I really don’t have the answer to that. 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    Some 200 children aged between five and 16 from West Ruimveldt are expected to benefit from a programme launched yesterday for Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) in that community.According to coordinators of the programme,, Collis Dundas and Clayton Newman,, of the Professional Social Engineers, West Ruimveldt was chosen because of the fact that a large number of vulnerable children reside there.The exercise commenced yesterday and is expected to conclude on August 22.Dundas said the programme was put together to advocate the human rights of orphans and vulnerable children.He added that the objectives are to provide support,, care, hope and encouragement as a source of direction to young people as well as to promote growth and development in education for physical health and social awareness for children in the West Ruimveldt community.The project also aims at assisting weak students in the development of a critical understanding to help cope with societal issues.The children would be exposed to arts and craft, academic teaching,, as well as HIV/AIDS awareness. They will also have the opportunity of enjoying day camps and fishing trips.Dundas explained that his group is dedicated to providing continuous support and encouragement to the OVCs of the society.The organization is a non-profitable, non-governmental entity aimed at developing the lives of less fortunate children,, with the assistance of donations.� Outdoor sales and other fundraising activities are done for its upkeep.In addition to Newman and Dundas,, other trained professionals such as nurses and social workers also volunteering their time to the project. All the volunteers share the same core values such as fostering empowerment, leadership,, self respect and respect for others.It is the mission of the group to provide non-discriminatory services to improve the quality of life of the OVC.The group was originally conceptualized and designed in 2002; they were officially registered on March 3,, 2003.On May 5, last,, a decision was taken at a meeting with the members to rename the group as Professional Social Engineers. Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Authentic Jerseys China Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping NFL Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Free Shipping China Jerseys Authentic Cheap Wholesale Jerseys

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    – says Foreign Affairs MinisterBy Kiana WilburgMinister of Foreign Affairs, Carl Greenidge, said that it is very unlikely that Chief Executive Officer of the National Industrial and Commercial Investments Limited (NICIL), Winston Brassington, will have a future career in the public sector.The Minister’s comment was based on his assessment of a NICIL forensic audit report. The document was prepared by Chartered Accountant, Anand Goolsarran.“What is clear is that the report is part of a process to ensure that justice is had in the right way. And a number of agencies will be involved in this process,, namely the Ministries of Finance, Legal Affairs and Public Security,” Greenidge asserted.“A lot of what was said in the report is in conformity with most of our findings even when we were in opposition. Goolsarran’s report however hammers home the point that Brassington has compromised his integrity. The report shows, too, how he threw ethics, corporate responsibility, and professionalism and even respect for the citizenry out of the window only to enrich his cohorts.”“Given the blatant disregard Brassington has shown for this country, his office and the laws,, it is very unlikely that under this administration, he would have a future career in the public sector. It is going to be difficult for him to return. People have been fired for a lot less and there was no chance of them being rehired.”Brassington held a press conference on Monday,, just one day before Cabinet was set to discuss the damning NICIL report. There, he insisted that he did nothing wrong or broke no laws during his tenure at NICIL. He said that he simply followed instructions handed down to him by the former Cabinet.“Pleading innocence is not proof of innocence. 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You just can’t say that the former Cabinet instructed you to act illegally and so it’s justified for you to cheat the nation. Absolutely not. His excuse is unacceptable and also shows that he doesn’t even have a chromosome of decency left in him.”Turning his attention to the findings of the report, Greenidge said that he found one particular case very appalling. He said that it is “detestable to read that the former Finance Minister, Dr. Ashni Singh, instructed for the Auditor General (AG)’s negative comments to be removed from the 2007 financial statements of the Cricket World Cup (CWC).”The audit report made reference to the minutes of NICIL’s board meeting of February 29,, 2012, where Dr. Singh was recorded as having stated that “The AG’s qualification of the accounts needs to be removed from CWC Inc.’s Annual Report.”Chartered Accountant Anand Goolsarran said that it is not clear if NICIL followed through with Dr. Singh’s instructions, but noted that if it did, then such an action would be considered an act of professional misconduct. Brassington confirmed at his most recent press conference that this was acted on and the results are pending.“This is most appalling. There should be no interference in the work of the Auditor General. This also brings to light once again, the kind of dictatorial environment we had where the AG’s comments were being censored directly by the Finance Minister. Brassington’s objection on this illegality was absent. He complied and saw nothing wrong with it. It is frightening to have people like this in the system,,” Greenidge said.Cabinet met on Tuesday to discuss the report, and coming out of the meeting were several instructions. 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    The hunt for a shopkeeper who allegedly murdered a miner nine years ago ended late last week,, after police apprehended the suspect at an East Bank Demerara location.Police said that Alvin Calder,, called “Cheebu’ or ‘Compact Disc,’ was arrested after detectives were tipped off about his whereabouts.Calder, 44,, allegedly killed Joseph Willie, a miner, on April 12,, 2007,, during a dispute at White Water, Mahdia.While police were initially told that the killing stemmed from a drug dispute, Calder reportedly stated that the miner owed him money and was refusing to honour his debt.It is alleged that Calder had loaned Willie $160,000, but Willie would repeatedly say that he didn’t have the cash whenever he was asked about the loan.On April 12, 2007, the shopkeeper reportedly saw Willie’s wife spending money and drinking at a Mahdia location.He reportedly told the woman: “You drinking and your husband can’t pay me.”An altercation ensued between the two,, and the woman reportedly told her husband,, Willie. The suspect alleged that the miner,, who was carrying a cutlass,, eventually arrived and approached him.The shopkeeper said that he feared for his safety and discharged two rounds from an unlicensed firearm at the miner.He then fled from the interior.While he was in Georgetown, he learnt that Willie had died.Police are to take the suspect back to the scene of the shooting. China Jerseys Authentic Cheap Wholesale Jerseys China Jersyes Cheap Wholesale NFL Jerseys NFL Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys China Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys Free Shipping

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    Seasonal gastroenteritis outbreaks in some remote communities are expected to become a thing of the past or,, at least, be considerably reduced in the very near future.Marlan Cole, GAFDD DirectorThis, of course, will be dependent on the successful implementation of a water treatment surveillance system which is set to be introduced shortly in remote areas of the country where people are predisposed to gastroenteritis.The project is one that is being spearheaded by the Government Analyst Food and Drug Department (GAFDD), with support from the Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO).Food and Drug Director, Mr Marlan Cole, who, during a recent interview, told this publication that in order to fast track the initiative a five-day training programme was recently held.The training programme, which also focused ýon a number of issues including food chemistry and food microbiology,, saw the attendance of several regional environmental officers and inspectors, some of whom were drawn from remote areas of the country.With support from PAHO, it is expected that the efforts soon to be employed will allow for a marked improvement in the water quality in the remote areas.“What we are aiming to do is to ensure that there is constant monitoring, and we will feed that information into a database to see if and when there is trouble to submit samples to our laboratory, so that we can see the trend and recognise if there is a problem with the water quality that people drink and use,,” informed Cole.Training therefore, represented the initial stage of efforts to implement a long term solution to a problem that has been constantly surfacing – seasonal gastroenteritis.The renewed efforts at working towards improved water quality is premised on a recommendation of the World Health Organisation which has emphasised the need for countries to put in place a water system and safety plan.“In Guyana we have an abundance of water but if it is safe and accessible to all is another question…” said the GAFDD Director who however disclosed that a water treatment surveillance system was long under consideration.“This is linked to a programme where we distributed water testing kits to the inspectors in the regions earlier this year,” informed Cole.That programme, he explained,, was intended to prepare inspectors to engage in activities to quickly acquire water quality information to be fed into a database for analysis.The inspectors were exposed to training on how to use portable Del Agua water-testing kits that were donated by PAHO.“We have trained them (inspectors) and we have distributed the kits now because we didn’t want to just distribute but we wanted to distribute them with training. We have completed those and while some of them (inspectors) have started to utilise their training in some areas,, others are preparing to do so,” said Cole.Aided by the testing kits,, it is expected that concerted efforts will be made, mainly in remote areas, to test the quality of water available to the water consuming public.While the inspectors are slated to be the primary personnel tasked with testing water quality from various water sources in the remote areas,, it is expected that this will be done in collaboration with the Guyana Water Incorporated which was also furnished with a testing kit. It is expected that bacteriological analysis of mainly drinking water in the remote areas will be conducted on a regular basis. This process, it is believed, will address the water quality challenges that give rise to the prevalence to gastroenteritis.With the support of the regional personnel it means that ”the Food and Drug Department is not centralised as it might be perceived to be. 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    A “phony” tour operator may have jeopardized a potential tourism boost for Guyana when he coned an overseas couple out of close to $100,000. The couple had intended to organize a large tour group to visit Guyana following what was to be a fact-finding mission in Guyana’s hinterland.Andre Killikelly’s photo on “Falls View Tours” websiteAccording to Cosmos DeSantos, the couple had organized with the tour operator to take them to the Kaieteur Falls and Baganara,, but the man collected the foreigners’ money, provided no service and is now nowhere to be found.DeSantos told Kaieteur News that his sister was celebrating her 60th birthday so her friend, Ajita Khanderia, and husband,, Vinod, came to Guyana to celebrate the occasion.The couple went to the Iwokrama International Centre in Kingston to arrange the tour. While there, they got on to a woman named Katherine, also known as Katty.” They said she recommended one Andre Killikelly to take them on the tour.Killikelly met the couple at the Iwokrama Kingston office and the trip was arranged, money paid over and a receipt dated September 9, 2013 with the letterhead “Falls View Tours” returned by the tour operator.According to De Santos, the trip was scheduled for September 19,, last. On the day of the tour, the tour operator turned up but only took his passengers around the city and told them that the weather was bad so they could not go to the interior.The following day, the tour operator again picked up his passengers and took them around the city before telling them that the weather was not good enough to go into the interior.On September 21,, the operator made contact with the couple “knowing that they were returning to London, England.” DeSantos said that Killikelly asked the couple whether they would like him to send the money to England since they would no longer be able to take the trip.By this time, the couple was so upset that they let DeSantos deal with the man. DeSantos said he told the tour guide that he should immediately return the couple’s money; and he (Killikelly) agreed. He promised to return the money within half an hour, but to date,, Killikelly has not been seen or heard from.“You can’t get on to any of the phone numbers on the receipt; he is not answering one and the other is no good.” DeSantos added that he went to the Main Street location of “Falls View Tours” but was unable to find the tour guide and was given the impression he no longer worked at the tour company.It was later noticed that the tour guide had not used the company’s office phone number on the receipt. The tour company’s staffers said that other persons had been coming to the location in search of the tour operator.DeSantos said he was given authorization by the English couple to rectify the matter. He has thus made a report at the Brickdam Police Station,, where investigators requested that they be contacted if information on the alleged con artist surfaces.When Kaieteur News made contact with Katherine at Iwokrama’s office in September, she refrained from answering any questions asked about the tour arrangements and the operator. Even after explaining the crux of the matter, she said she would not give any information over the phone.After several unanswered calls,, the tour operator got on to this newspaper to explain that he had been in Mahdia Region Eight and would be returning to town to deal with the matter. Without offering any explanation, he said he would rectify the matter.Chief Executive Officer of Iwokrama Dane Gobin has clarified, however,, that his company is in no way affiliated or connected to Mr. Killikelly. He said that his company does not offer certain tours so it would recommend smaller agencies to customers. Killikelly was one of those persons and the company had used his services on numerous occasions.Gobin explained, however, that his company has since terminated all business with Killikelly.Meanwhile, the experience has left the British couple stunned after their first Guyana trip together. Ajita Khanderia is a General Practitioner in England,, while her husband is a Chartered Accountant. They were contemplating a trip for a team of doctors to offer free medical service in the interior.“They are reconsidering,” DeSantos said. China Jersyes Cheap China Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping Cheap Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Free Shipping Cheap Authentic Jerseys NFL Jerseys China

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Mind you,, this is a trend that I observed since the Jagdeo /Ramotar term in office, but there seems to be no let-up today.If one is to look at the Ministry of Finance, Bank of Guyana and Bureau of Statistics website on November 16, 2015 one will find the latest uploads as follows:• Ministry of Finance – Half Year 2015 Report.• Bank of Guyana – Half Year 2015 Report. The September 2015 Quarterly Statistical Bulletin is missing in action.• And the worst of them all – the Bureau of Statistics – which provides production statistics from 2013?Is this fair to the Guyanese thinkers, academic and policy makers?This is a real criminal act. There has been a serious data gap in Guyana for decades and even though the new Government has been in office only six months, fixing this mess does not appear to be one of its highest priorities. Without good data, national planning and policy-making is compromised.Publication of statistics that are timely, internally consistent, and comparable across sectors is essential for monitoring our progress as a nation,, especially against the list of promises we made in the APNU+AFC manifesto. There are thousands of people who will hold this government to those promises and when a government is busy,, it is shocking how swiftly the year 2019 will arrive. We saw this situation in the Jagdeo /Ramotar governments. When a politician does not deliver on his promise then it is either a good dose of infantile excuses or downright untruths. This cannot be the path of this Coalition Government.Let us restructure the BOS urgently. The IMF has programmes that help countries rebuild their Statistical Agencies, why are we not tapping into those resources? If you think I am wrong, let us ask the BOS where is the Final 2012 Population and Housing Census Report. Missing in Action Part 2!According to an Act of Parliament in 1991, the Bureau of Statistics is a semi-autonomous body that is expected to do among other functions:• Conduct censuses (failed);• Collect, compile, analyze, and publish socio-economic and other statistical data (two years behind reality).Need I go on?If one fails to carry out one’s primary role, one should have the common decency to resign. This culture of protecting the boys because they have been around forever is just ridiculous. In this new dispensation,, all Heads of Department have to be held accountable and if they are not getting the political support to complete their jobs, they have to document this situation.We have a country to run, not a cake shop to manage. How will Guyana detect emerging financial and social vulnerabilities if the BOS is all but dysfunctional?The time is now for us to make steady progress at closing the data gaps and adopting higher data dissemination standards.If one should look at the IMF dataset,, the last serious piece of country information on Guyana is the 2013 IMF Staff Report. Are we serious? The 2014 Staff Reports for 13 countries out of the 15-member CARICOM community have already been published. Even the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere Haiti, has got its act together to support the publication of its 2014 IMF Staff Report. The 2014 Report for Guyana – Missing in action Part 3!I am fully aware that there was a deliberate strategy from key players in the Ramotar Government to bury financial data from 2014 because it would have illustrated, clearly, the weakness in the economy. But we have a new government now and it is baffling why the opportunity is not being seized to cause the IMF to publish that data set? Is it because these same players from the PPP era are still dominating key departments in the State machinery? Can someone wake up, please!It is time for Guyana to publish timely and high-quality macroeconomic data which meet global standards. The greatest retardant of this entire project has been poor leadership and a stone age IT platform in the data aggregation agencies.The Ramotar administration had the audacity to funnel some $600 million through the Public Service Ministry for dubious electoral reasons (now an issue in the Courts), but it had little money to properly house and equip the Statistical Bureau, with very little noise from the leadership at the Bureau. This has to change. We have got the IMF who is always willing to help countries like Guyana to strengthen the data dissemination capacity.The IMF Board approved funds and technical resources under the enhanced General Data Dissemination System (e-GDDS) to impart stronger incentives such as technical assistance and training to support the most timely publication of critical macroeconomic data.The IMF has some 800 capacity development and training missions planned for 2016 around the world. Is one of those missions coming to Guyana? As I said, somebody has to wake up!Please share your feedback with me at [email protected] wholesale soccer jerseys wholesale mls jerseys cheap soccer jerseys soccer jerseys china soccer jerseys from china cheap soccer jerseys china

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    Plans are apace to make the National Archives exciting and fun. This disclosure was made recently by Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports, Dr Frank Anthony, who revealed that efforts are currently being made to expand the holdings of the archives and move it into the 21st Century.And there is much to be done,, he said, given the fact that many persons feel that an archive is nothing other than a boring place.Some of the old maps housed at the National Archive“We want people to be able to learn about their history and not be intimidated by the records that we have here. Therefore, we recognise that there is need for the archive to be more visible in presenting itself.”Moreover, over the past few years, the National Archives has set aside a few special days when people can visit and learn more about the facility. In fact, according to the Minister,, “persons can come in and see what we do. We are exposing the archives to school children and other persons who might have interest in research.” This strategic move,, he said, has lent to a growing interest in the National Archives, evident by the number of persons often seen entering and browsing at the materials contained within the facility on a daily basis. Several persons, he noted, have been accessing the records at the archives for their own research, a development that will be effectively boosted.The Minister related that while the use of the facility has been very encouraging he was not pleased with the holdings. For this reason, he said that constant efforts were made over the years directed to expand the facility.However, as fate would have it,, just last year officials at the National Archives became aware that there were some records in Berbice that were not of the best of conditions and were most suitable for archival use.“We sent out a team and we were able to bring those records in to the Archive. We have been doing that kind of extension work…looking for records locally, wherever they exist and once they are of a certain age we bring them in, sort them out, catalogue them and have them available for researchers.”And while efforts are being made locally to boost the resource capacity of the National Archives, Minister Anthony asserted no little effort is being made to collaborate with external agencies as well in this regard. Accordingly, he noted that his Ministry has been strategically encouraging partnerships with a number of archives around the world, with one of the primary archives being the Archives of the Netherlands with which the local National Archives has been in constant correspondence over the past few years. Just last week this collaboration saw the local facility being endowed with a quantity of digitised maps from during the Dutch colonial reign.However, the Minister expressed confidence that the recent endowment does not represent an end to the collaboration but rather is one of the many partnership steps that are planned. “We will see this collaboration grow…We are exploring other areas of collaboration and co-operation with the Netherlands and we feel that we can benefit from those experiences.”At present, about five percent of the collections at the National Archives dates back to the 18 century,, which is regarded as the Dutch colonial period.According to Director of Culture within the Ministry of Culture,, Youth and Sports, Dr James Rose, it was around 2004 that Guyana was given an opportunity to become part of the Dutch Atlantic Heritage Committee. This, he said, was a project that attempted to integrate colonial Dutch holdings. “It was not an attempt to re-establish the Dutch imperial system but to consolidate, preserve and promote Dutch Cultural traditions along the Atlantic. Out of that grew the Mutual Cultural Heritage Unit…” And according to Dr Rose, the Netherlands has always expressed an interest in the local archival holdings. In doing so, the state of the holdings was considered as well as the possibility of preserving the holdings and the sharing of the knowledge contained in the holdings. The interest exhibited by the Dutch nation was strong enough to have a team travel to Guyana in 2006 to offer a better understanding of their operation. And because of the kind of relationship that has been fostered, Guyana will have unimpeded access to all digitised materials across the Dutch Atlantic, Dr Rose has asserted. wholesale mls jerseys soccer jerseys from china soccer jerseys china wholesale soccer jerseys cheap soccer jerseys china cheap soccer jerseys

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    …Adel’s Resort leads the waySustainable farming using the shade house technique is gaining popularity and youths participating in the Hinterland Employment and Youth Service HEYS Programme are being encouraged to invest in this type of farming.This was evident during a recent visit to indigenous villages located in the lower Pomeroon River, Region Two.Ms. Jessica Hadfield,, Manager of Adel’s Resort,, a tourist getaway located at the mouth of the Akawini Creek, is playing an integral role in educating the youth about this type of farming solution.Historically, hundreds of acres of farm lands in the riverain communities are affected during the spring tide season. Thousands of dollars’ worth of produce is destroyed during this time.With this in mind coupled with the effectiveness of this type of farming, Jessica has set the pace and has erected a three-section 20’x20’ shade house equipped with large boxes filled with soil.According to her,, the soil was collected from Akawini, Wakapau and Kabakaburi. Plants are thriving in the various soil types under those conditions among the tomatoes,, peppers, white radish, egg pant, eschallot, basil,, squash and bora.She explained that because of the unavoidable climatic conditions shade house farming will prove to be very effective in that region.She said, “It’s a great place to work and not like standing in a field because here I got all my planting trays. They can either do it themselves or buy planting cups (the normal sanitary cups) like I did for the shade house. There is no excuse for not planting because this is the enabler. You are not gonna flood because what you have here is perfect optimum conditions all year round.”Jessica said that she sees great prospects in Wakapau and is keen on setting up a shade house in that village since the prospects are great.She said that based on the village population of approximately 3000, and on statistics, more than seventy percent of the population has to travel to Charity to purchase fresh vegetables.“Nobody grows anything, so the fact is you can have every one of those students clustered together, four in each group and build a rain shade house scattered around the place. Everything I use they can find them in their communities. I use no fancy things; there is no reason they cannot get together and make a profitable business by either selling the seedlings, fruits or vegetables.”She has offered her expertise to the Ministry through the Hinterland Employment and Youth Service HEYS Programme free of charge. She is hopeful that the youth and village councils can buy into this proven method of farming.When asked if she can now be deemed as a shade house expert, Jessica said, “Definitely…because this to me is the solution because they are going to make some money, they can build together a place where they can work.”The contribution made by Jessica towards this cause has triggered a local carpenter from Wakapau,, to become involved. She hired Charles to construct her shade house, and as a result motivated him to construct one of his own. Now he has pledged to give of his time and energy to build shade houses for any village associated with the HEYS Programme.Villages are now being challenged to pursue this opportunity. Minister within the Ministry of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs, Valerie Garrido-Lowe, commending the interest shown by Ms. Hadfield, added, “This is what HEYS is all about. It cannot stand by itself. That is why when HEYS was being conceptualized we sought to get the community buy-in, the buy-in of the councillors…so Adel’s (Jessica) here is in the right place at the right time. She has an enthusiasm for the programme I have to say.”According to Minister Garrido-Lowe, Ms. Hadfield’s interests lies beyond Agriculture development. Ms. Jessica has also shown keen interest in the development of the youth in the area of Eco-Tourism. wholesale mls jerseys wholesale soccer jerseys cheap soccer jerseys china cheap soccer jerseys soccer jerseys china soccer jerseys from china

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    With an extended vision to help implement the Guyana Low Carbon DevelopmentPrime Minister Samuel Hinds (third from right) is flanked by some of the workshop officialsStrategy, discussions relating to an ambitious initiative to distribute solar energy throughout the interior with a view of powering health facilities continued Wednesday.The discussion forum (Guyana Clean Energy Policy Discussion and Workshop), which was held at Cara Lodge, Quamina Street, Georgetown, took on the form of an interactive session hosted by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID/ Guyana) in collaboration with the Guyana Energy Authority.The workshop, which stemmed from a USAID initiative introduced in July 2010, was aimed at improving facility infrastructure projects designed to promote solar energy services for health facilities in Guyana.It was conducted by a team of experts from Arizona State University’s College of Technology and Innovation with the support of others from the Appalachian State University and Green Empowerment, a non-profit organisation.With remarks amplifying Guyana’s clean energy potential, United States Ambassador D. Brent Hardt opened the event Wednesday. According to him,, the workshop was instrumental in bringing together an array of leading experts and practitioners who have come together to assist and facilitate the engagement of Guyana’s public and private sectors in sustainable solar technologies.“It is our hope that this forum will allow us to discuss and prioritise issues critical to the successful deployment of efficient and sustainable solar technologies.”As a result the workshop served to promote the need to strengthen Guyana’s capacity to design, install, operate,, and maintain solar energy systems,, particularly as they relate to health facilities in the interior. The event was divided into two parts, an executive briefing in the morning with the Prime Minister and other Ministers of Government, followed by a technical workshop after lunch with representatives from ministries, energy agencies, public and private organisations and other relevant institutions.Clean energy is one of the themes that emerged from the 2009 Summit of the Americas, where President Obama launched the Energy and Climate Partnership of the Americas (ECPA). The United States has since been eagerly anticipating the Summit in Cartagena next month where the hemisphere’s leaders can build on what they have accomplished so far. “We can also work to ensure that our cooperation produces real, concrete results for all the people of the Americas, including historically marginalised populations,” a statement from USAID outlined.Since 2003, Guyana has been a focus country of the U.S. Government’s President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). In partnership with the Guyana Ministry of Health, USAID has supported prevention,, treatment,, care and support services for persons living with HIV/AIDs, as well as those left orphaned or made vulnerable by the disease. The PEPFAR team has been working with the Ministry of Health and other local partners in many health facilities across the country. Each of these facilities plays a role in supporting HIV/AIDS care and prevention activities, and each requires high-quality power for the operation of sensitive laboratory equipment and critical refrigeration needs. However,, the acquisition of reliable and affordable power poses a challenge to many health facilities, especially in remote rural areas. cheap soccer jerseys wholesale mls jerseys wholesale soccer jerseys cheap soccer jerseys china soccer jerseys china soccer jerseys from china

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    Recent bouts of picketing that have erupted in schools since the start of the academic year have found much displeasure with the Government, especially as the exercises have been taking place during classroom sessions.Cabinet SecretaryDr Roger LuncheonThis examination was voiced yesterday by Cabinet Secretary Dr. Roger Luncheon, who noted that the picketing exercises are largely associated with elements of the Opposition, particularly A Partnership for National Unity (APNU).According to the Cabinet Secretary, the actions have erupted as a result of recent decisions by APNU-led elements to invade and disrupt classes in progress. 窶弩e do not believe that these are spontaneous events.窶抓pecific reference was to a recent picking action which saw school gates being locked and students 窶徘arading窶�with placards in their hands at a time when classes are supposed to be in session.On Monday, parents and students attending the Parika-Salem Primary School in Region Three staged a protest citing overcrowding and other health threats. Further,, the gate at the main entrance of the school was locked,, preventing students as well as teachers from gaining entry into the school compound. Students of the Parika-Salem Secondary school, housed in the same compound were reportedly also among those who partook in the action.According to information received, APNU Member of Parliament,, Jaipaul Sharma was present during the exercise. It was noted that after Sharma had been excluded from a subsequent meeting with officials of the Regional Education office to discuss the issues, parents 窶�alked out窶�saying that the APNU member has a legitimate right to be present.窶廬 cannot fathom Second, Third and Fourth Formers and the conscious involvement by Opposition- ANPU led elements- protesting during school hours,,窶�Dr. Luncheon emphatically expressed.He acknowledged that protests highlighting conditions at schools and other educational facilities have occurred and are expected to continue. However, the recent involvement of students in the actions,, he said has never been a feature of school protests.This, the Cabinet Secretary said, Cabinet condemns and finds totally unacceptable. 窶廬 was not aware it (protest) was on the curriculum.窶抖he Ministry of Education窶冱 stance on the matter was stated by Chief Education Officer Olato Sam during an invited comment with this newspaper.He said that the while the right to protest is not being contested, the Ministry feels strongly about the inclusion of students in the actions at a time when they should have been meaningfully occupied in studies.Chief Education Officer,, Olato Sam窶廚hildren should not be used by other individuals, obviously not in the interest of the young people themselves. The time is better spent in the classroom.窶抓am said that locking the gates of schools, which seems to become a custom in school protests, is seen as an act of a violation of the rights of teachers and students. 窶廰ocking teachers and students out of the schools cannot be justified窶�The Chief Education Officer said that the Ministry has been seeking the help of Police to address such occurrences. He advised that should parents be inclined to bring issues to the fore, the Ministry welcomes their interest, however, it should be done 窶忤ithin a well structured framework that does not impede what schools are intended to do.窶戰uring the protest action at Parika-Salem Primary School on Monday. cheap soccer jerseys soccer jerseys from china wholesale mls jerseys wholesale soccer jerseys soccer jerseys china cheap soccer jerseys china

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    The Essequibo Islands Secondary School (EISS) celebrates its 40th anniversary today. The institution was so named because initially it served students of Wakenaam,, Leguan and the other islands in the Essequibo River. The location of the first school building was at Fredericksburg Village, Wakenaam Island. It was a small building that originally housed the Fredericksburg Church of Scotland School. The location of that building was ideal for both Wakenaam and Leguan students.Transportation,, however, was very costly. It was also hazardous for the Leguan students who had to cross the Essequibo River via launch. The first principal of the school was Mr. Odho Dyal. He only worked for one year. He was succeeded by Mr. J. C. Palmar. Mr Palmar also worked for a couple of months before Mr. William B. Alexander was appointed Principal. Mr. Alexander, who resided at Wakenaam, served for five years. During those years,, the population of the school grew and an annex was established about 300 metres away from the school in a house that was owned by Mr. Michael Amos, the father of Baroness Valerie Amos.In 1980, under the headship of Mr. Jamal Sultan,, another principal who resided at Wakenaam, a two-flat wooden structure was erected by self help and the annex was abandoned. In 1982,, Leguan Island received its own Secondary School and most of the students of that island were transferred to Leguan.Over the years, the school was fortunate to have had principals who were residents of Wakenaam Island and at least one of them was a former student of the school. The present principal is Mr. Jaidat A. Persaud, who was appointed on January 1st, 1988. Due to the deteriorating conditions of the buildings that housed the school at Fredericksburg Village, government sought a new school building in a suitable location on Wakenaam. The roads on the island at that time were also in a terrible condition and students and teachers found it difficult to reach Fredericksburg Village. By late 2003, a building was constructed under the Primary Education Improvement Project (PEIP) for a Primary School at Sans Souci Village and government was forced to let the Secondary School occupy that building. Despite the fact that the building was intended for children of primary school age, the students and teachers of the Essequibo Islands Secondary School made themselves “comfortable” in their new location.The school has been accepting children who wrote the SSEE. Over the years it has been producing remarkable results, even competing with some of the most renowned schools. At present almost the entire staff was once students of the school.There are 413 students enrolled; 208 are girls. The school offers 11 subjects at the CSEC Exams. HANDICAPSThe school is now bulging at its seams and there is need for more space as the building is overcrowded. A shed that was intended to be used as a bicycle shed is currently being used for classes. The school has an urgent need for a Science Laboratory. There is also a great need for text books. Recently, the school introduced Information Technology and telephone lines are needed to access the internet.There are vacancies for teachers in the Prevocational Subjects such as Industrial Arts, Home Economics and Basic Electricity.The playfield, which was once a rice field, needs to be developed. The school also needs equipment so that the Physical Education programme could be done. A Cuban trained teacher in Physical Education is currently employed at the school. No potable water is available to the building when the rain ceases.Because there is no electricity in the daytime, except on Fridays, the Information Technology and other related programmes are severely affected.Principal Jaidat Persaud,, in an invited comment, related that the success of the school has been attributed to, among other things, the dedication of staff members, the input of parents, the personal awareness of students to their education, and assistance from overseas and local former students of the school.A formal programme to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the school has been scheduled for today. wholesale mls jerseys wholesale soccer jerseys cheap soccer jerseys china soccer jerseys china soccer jerseys from china cheap soccer jerseys

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    The Guyana Trades Union Congress (GTUC) has said that the entity fully supports the non-compliant action taken by factory representatives, who were reportedly asked by President of the Guyana Agricultural and General Workers Union (GAWU), Komal Chand,, to resign from the union as a result of the strike action that was taken by workers of the Wales Estate.At a press conference held yesterday, General Secretary (ag) of the GTUC, Norman Witter said that the factory representatives were elected by the workers and should not resign.Witter is of the view that there seems to be a conspiracy by three unions to fleece the workers of their work entitlements. “Is this the industrial democracy that GAWU and FITUG preach?” Witter questioned.During a meeting between GAWU and the factory representatives on Tuesday, Komal Chand had asked the factory representatives — Gordon Thomas, Grafton Williams and Sultan Hussein — to resign from the union,, as Chand noted that there cannot be a union within a union. However,, the three factory representatives have indicated that they have no plans to resign.On February 4, workers of the Wales Estate had resorted to strike action in retaliation to management’s failure to pay them an 8.79% Annual Production Incentive (API).The action came at a critical time, when the management had ordered a steam trial at the factory.It was explained to this newspaper that the management had promised to pay the API since last year,, but this was not done.Just after the strike action began, GAWU met with GuySuCo and the decision was taken that the workers would receive eight percent API,, and the remaining 0.79 percent would be channelled through the union for worker’s educational activities. GAWU said that GuySuCo agreed to this.This move angered the sugar workers.Since this move caused some contention, the General Secretary of GAWU, Seepaul Narine noted he had dispatched a letter to the sugar company, advising them that since the move to use the 0.79 percent for worker’s educational activities had caused such contention amongst the workers, it would be better for the 0.79 percent API to remain with GuySuCo.This agreement, said Narine, would affect all of the GuySuCo workers, irrespective of which union represented them.According to the General Secretary of GAWU,, the matter of the outstanding API has been resolved, with the workers receiving eight percent API: by means of five per cent of the incentive being paid within a month’s time, and the additional three per cent by mid-September.Thomas had previously said that the workers were anticipating a 12 percent API during last year, but the union was bent on paying nine percent.With the assistance of Chief Labour Officer, Mohamed Akeel, the two sides agreed to an 8.79 percent increase. Thomas said that this increase should have been given to workers by the end of last month.However, the workers turned out back to work on Tuesday after it was agreed that GAWU will consult with the General Council. soccer jerseys from china wholesale soccer jerseys cheap soccer jerseys cheap soccer jerseys china soccer jerseys china wholesale mls jerseys

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    Bourda stall fire…On July 20 last, Jean Rajnarina’s Bourda market stall (Sections K4) was burnt to ashes. Her losses are pegged at $3 million and she is now claiming a delay in the process of being compensated by the Guyana Power and Light Company (GPL).According to the woman, several complaints filed were not looked into, but she was still given further dates to return.When Kaieteur News made contact with the power company, an official explained that customers who suffered losses by fire caused by GPL electrical wires would have to file a complaint.It was noted that the complaint would then be processed and a GPL investigation would be carried out to determine the causes. The procedure also would entail the victim of the fire waiting for a period of time before compensation since there are numerous other complaints filed almost daily.The official, who preferred to remain anonymous, told this newspaper that the company has adopted a ‘first filed, first served policy’.“People tend to blame GPL for all the fires that happen in Guyana, and whether or not we choose to believe that,, we still have to follow with an investigation to ascertain the claims made,,” the official said.The GPL official pointed out that in many of the investigations,, it was found that GPL was not at fault, thus time wasted. It was also explained that many persons have illegal connections from power poles to their stalls or homes and when a fire erupts,, GPL is blamed.However, according to the businesswoman “it has been since July that fire had taken away my means of making a dollar- that is sufficient time for them to process my complaint and render me some compensation.”She added that the fire service did an investigation, which revealed the fire started back to the power pole outside her stall.Jean, who had rebuilt her Bourda market stall with the help of loans from friends and family, said she has been working very hard to pay it back. To compound this, business is very slow.“The origin of the fire was from the lantern pole outside my stall and it’s unfair that I have to bear this burden without any assistance from Guyana Power and Light,” she stated.Bourda stall fire…On July 20 last, Jean Rajnarina’s Bourda market stall (Sections K4) was burnt to ashes. Her losses are pegged at $3 million and she is now claiming a delay in the process of being compensated by the Guyana Power and Light Company (GPL).According to the woman, several complaints filed were not looked into, but she was still given further dates to return.When Kaieteur News made contact with the power company, an official explained that customers who suffered losses by fire caused by GPL electrical wires would have to file a complaint.It was noted that the complaint would then be processed and a GPL investigation would be carried out to determine the causes. The procedure also would entail the victim of the fire waiting for a period of time before compensation since there are numerous other complaints filed almost daily.The official,, who preferred to remain anonymous, told this newspaper that the company has adopted a ‘first filed, first served policy’.“People tend to blame GPL for all the fires that happen in Guyana, and whether or not we choose to believe that, we still have to follow with an investigation to ascertain the claims made,” the official said.The GPL official pointed out that in many of the investigations, it was found that GPL was not at fault, thus time wasted. It was also explained that many persons have illegal connections from power poles to their stalls or homes and when a fire erupts, GPL is blamed.However, according to the businesswoman “it has been since July that fire had taken away my means of making a dollar- that is sufficient time for them to process my complaint and render me some compensation.”She added that the fire service did an investigation,, which revealed the fire started back to the power pole outside her stall.Jean, who had rebuilt her Bourda market stall with the help of loans from friends and family, said she has been working very hard to pay it back. To compound this, business is very slow.“The origin of the fire was from the lantern pole outside my stall and it’s unfair that I have to bear this burden without any assistance from Guyana Power and Light,” she stated. soccer jerseys china wholesale mls jerseys soccer jerseys from china wholesale soccer jerseys cheap soccer jerseys china cheap soccer jerseys

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    Prominent accountant Christopher Ram has sued the Guyana Times newspapers for $100M, claiming that the outfit published a series of untruths about him last month during a relentless attack on his character.Christopher RamRam, a business columnist and a practicing lawyer, was on Monday granted a temporary injunction barring the newspaper from repeating the alleged libel until the court case is completed.The lawsuit was filed on November 13th through Ram’s lawyers – Rex Mc Kay, Neil Boston, Bettina Glasford and Brenden Glasford.Both Guyana Times Inc. and its editor, Nigel Williams, were named as the defendants.According to Ram, he is a chartered accountant and managing partner of Ram and Mc Rae.In his court documents, he claimed that in October,, Guyana Times, a newspaper with close ties to former President Bharrat Jagdeo, published nine articles describing him as Guyana’s leading bookkeeper and at the same time linking him with Guyana Stores, saying he was non-compliant with his taxes to the tune of millions.Over a number of days, between October 8th and 16th, the newspaper kept on publishing articles, accusing Ram of being greedy and helping to bankrupt Guyana Stores Limited,, a company that is currently involved in a court battle with Government regarding alleged outstanding payments pertaining to its privatization.In one of the articles, Guyana Times linked Ram to Kaieteur News’ publisher,, Glenn Lall, saying that bothGuyana Times Editor, Nigel Williamsare “desperately trying to evade court action”.Ram also claimed that he was accused of being an abysmal failure, unethical, and that he had betrayed the accounting profession.The newspaper,, owned by Dr. Ranjisinghi ‘Bobby’ Ramroop,, a close friend of former President Bharrat Jagdeo, also suggested that the accountant was guilty of culpability in a massive heist and was an opposition advisor and auditor of Guyana Stores.“The allegations are untrue and constitute a grave libel on me and were published with malice on the part of the defendants,” Ram said in asking for the restraining order against the newspaper.The court documents also said that on October 31st,, Guyana Times continued the attack on Ram, carrying a front page statement saying that he and Lall were still to pay up taxes.In this case, it was suggested that the accountant was incompetent and unfit to retain an occupation in accounting and auditing… “That I am guilty of a criminal offence due to greed and complicity. That I am a tax evader,” Lall claimed.Ram also claimed that based on the publication, his credibility, character and reputation were severely injured, hurting his profession as an accountant, financial analyst, attorney-at-law and managing partner of Ram and Mc Rae,As recent as Monday last, Ram said his lawyers wrote the Guyana Times making four demands to correct the alleged libel, but there was no response from the newspaper.The matter comes up before Chief Justice (ag), Ian Chang, on November 28th.Guyana Times owner, Dr. Ranjisingh ‘Bobby’ Ramroop. soccer jerseys from china cheap soccer jerseys wholesale soccer jerseys cheap soccer jerseys china wholesale mls jerseys soccer jerseys china

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    The Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) wants members of the public who are seeking to access the services in the Ambulatory Care and Diagnostic Centre Building to do so by using the East Street entrance to the compound,, as opposed to the New Market Street entrance which is regularly used.This is to facilitate construction work which will begin in that area tomorrow. Services located in the Ambulatory Care and Diagnostic Centre Building include Surgical Out Patient Clinic,, Medical Out Patient Clinic,, Central Medical Laboratory,, Intensive Care Unit,, High Dependency Unit and Diabetic Foot Center,, among others.There will be restricted access for vehicles entering the compound during this period. Vehicles entering the compound to drop off persons are asked to use the first gate from Thomas Street, Georgetown.Only authorized vehicles will be allowed into the compound.The access route to the Accident and Emergency Unit remains the same. cheap soccer jerseys china soccer jerseys from china cheap soccer jerseys wholesale soccer jerseys soccer jerseys china wholesale mls jerseys

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    Social Activist Mark Benschop was released on his own recognisance,, after he appeared before Magistrate Chandra Sohan, yesterday, at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court.Benschop,, who was unrepresented,, was charged with obstruction. He pleaded not guilty.It is alleged that the defendant on Wednesday, last,, on Cemetery Road, Georgetown, drove motor vehicle GLL 3101 and caused the said vehicle to remain at rest in such a manner,, likely to cause obstruction to other road users.Police Prosecutor Phillip Sheriff had no objections to bail. He told the court that on the day in question, Benschop drove his vehicle along Cemetery Road and stopped the same vehicle in the vicinity of the entrance to the Le Repentir dumpsite.Sheriff said that Benschop then turned off the engine of the vehicle and exited it, causing obstruction of the free flow of traffic, going south to the dump site. He added that the defendant was told of the offence committed and was subsequently charged.The Magistrate adjourned the matter and ordered Benschop to make his next court appearance on February 1,, 2011.On Thursday, last, Mark Benschop reportedly blocked the entrance to the Le Repentir dumpsite with his vehicle, stopping garbage trucks and other vehicles from gaining access to dump their refuse in the area.Benschop had called on residents nearby the landfill to go out and block the landfill in an attempt to shut it down because it is a health hazard.According to Benschop,, residents in the La Penitence area are suffering from the stench that emanates from the dumpsite. He explained that his decision to stop the trucks, stemmed from a desire to help the residents who live in the vicinity of the dump site.A few weeks ago, the landfill was set afire by unknown persons, adding to the anguish of nearby residents. Respiratory and skin ailments are said to be common among residents of Lodge and communities south and west of the dump site.And appearing before acting Chief Magistrate Priya Beharry, yesterday, at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court was 30-year-old Dwayne Grant aka “Rawle Bharat,” who was charged with larceny from the person.The allegation is that on December 11, last, the defendant stole one gold chain valued at $95,000, property of Sonia Rodney.The accused, who was unrepresented,, pleaded not guilty to the charge, after the Administration of Justice Act (AJA) was applied.He told the court that when the police arrested him, Rodney stated that he was not the culprit.Police Prosecutor Stephen Telford objected to bail on the grounds of the evidence against the defendant. He informed the court that the defendant was recently placed on bail for another offence.Telford said that on the day in question,, around noon, Rodney was walking on the western side of Light Street in Georgetown.He said that Grant approached Rodney from the opposite direction and held on to a chain which was on her neck. Telford explained that the man made good his escape on foot, but was later apprehended by police ranks.He added that the defendant was told of the offence committed, and was subsequently charged.Telford requested that the Magistrate refuse bail, taking into consideration the seriousness of the offence.The Magistrate denied bail. Grant is to make another court appearance on January 11, 2011. Dino Ciccarelli Jersey Alex Goligoski Jersey Joakim Nordstrom Jersey Patrik Berglund Jersey Antoine Roussel Jersey Alex Pietrangelo Jersey Andrew Desjardins Jersey Martin Brodeur Jersey Scott Gomez Jersey

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    By Sharmain GraingerAlthough the vision for a clinic designed to cater specifically to the needs of persons with sickle cell anaemia is yet to be realised here in Guyana, there is still hope that it will one day become a reality.This is the optimistic view of Patron and one of the Founder Members of the Guyana Sickle Cell Association (GSCA), Ewart Adams, who has for all of his life been living with the disease. In fact, he has learnt that life does not have to be without meaning or any less enjoyable because of the infliction.GSCA President, Errol LondonBut at 51 years of age he still suffers some painful episodes that are referred to as “sickling crises” which is the result of a hereditary blood disorder. 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He is however looking forward to the day when the Sickle Cell Association is in a position to offer all relevant services to sickle cell patients or those who may wish to know their status. He envisages a facility that is adequately manned by doctors and nurses who are all knowledgeable about the medical condition.According to Adams, the Association was established in recognition of the need for persons to be better educated about the sickle cell condition. As such, in 1998 a group of persons – both patients and caregivers – decided to collaborate and form what would later be called the Guyana Sickle Cell Association (GSCA).The mission of the Association continues to be to educate persons afflicted with the sickle cell disease and to ensure that better care is given by medical professionals. Additionally, Adams said, efforts were made back in the day to have newborn screening for sickle cell, in collaboration with an entity in the United States which would have facilitated the tests. However, this ambitious proposal never materialised, and he opined that it is a near impossible task to accurately quote the number of sickleGSCA Founder Member,, Ewart Adamscell cases in Guyana.“I can just say that there is a fair percentage of persons living with the Sickle Cell Disease and Sickle Cell Trait,, both Afro and Indo Guyanese,” stated Adams, who has made a decision not to procreate, in order to play his part in helping to halt the disease.And according to another member of the Association, Errol London, it was not until after his son at the age of nine months was diagnosed with Sickle Cell Anaemia (SS) or full-blown sickle cell that he decided to undergo an electrophoresis test. He had his test done at the Eureka Medical Laboratory where it was found that he had Sickle Cell-Haemoglobin C (SC). Although the SC condition is said to be a milder form of sickle cell anaemia,, it is known to cause some of the same symptoms due to a usually low blood count level,, which causes anaemia.London’s wife was found to have the Sickle Cell trait (AS), which is however not recognised as the disease – it is a benign carrier condition. It is seen as an inherited condition where Haemoglobin A is produced more than S in the red blood cells. Such individuals are, however, generally healthy.Research has shown that when two individuals, one with the trait and another with or without the disease copulate, it is not unlikely for at least one of their offspring to be diagnosed with full blown sickle cell disease.According to London,, his parents were first aware that he had a sickle cell condition when he was around 10 years old. He was the eldest of four children, but was the only one who suffered a few mild crises. However, by the time he was 18 years old his crises had completely stopped. He had no idea at the time that he could have passed the disease on to his offspring.His involvement in GSCA was not until his first born son, who is now 12 years old, suffered a crisis and was taken to the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation for medical attention. It was while there that one of the nurses at the hospital mentioned the Association, which sparked his interest. He soon after became very much involved in the entity and just over a year ago was elected to be its President.Speaking to the importance of the GSCA, London disclosed that it has a key role in helping to dispel the various myths about sickle cell anaemia, even as efforts are made to support persons who are diagnosed with the condition.“We want to support them emotionally and in whatever way we can help them understand that they can have an improved quality of life in spite of their condition…that is our primary objective.”Moreover, London also stressed the importance of awareness in the society about Sickle Cell Anaemia even as he disclosed that one of the things that the Association is aspiring to do is to encourage persons to know their Haemoglobin (Hb) type. 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    …worse case scenario liability outweighs assets by more than $11BBy Gary EleazarJudicial Manager of Colonial Life Insurance Company (CLICO) Guyana, Maria Van Beek, in a report to the High Court, says that its financial position reveals that the company does not have the resources to allow it to carry on its business and it is therefore insolvent.She added, in the report, that the sale of assets of the company appears to be unavoidable under any foreseeable scenario.Judicial manager of CLICO (Guyana) Maria van BeekIt was pointed out that upon the announcement by the Trinidadian authorities at the end of January that some of the assets of CL Financial were being taken over by the authorities in Trinidad, including the insurance company Colonial Life Insurance Company (Trinidad) Ltd. (CLICO Trinidad), the company began experiencing heavier than normal surrenders.As at the end of February $1.5B in claims were paid during 2009 and $1.6B remained outstanding at that time.Prior to the Judicial takeover on February 25, the Company was unable to raise additional funds or liquidity from its parent company or the group.“Further,, it was unable to recoup during this time, any of its investments totalling US$34 million held by CLICO (Bahamas) Limited, which represents in excess of 50 per cent of the assets of the company.“CLICO (Bahamas) Limited was subsequently placed under provisional liquidation on 24th February 2009. As a result I as Commissioner of Insurance petitioned the Court and was subsequently appointed Judicial Manager on 25th February 2009.”The Judicial Manager reported that based on the investigation by Nizam Ali & Company,, the book value of the Company’s assets and liabilities shows the net asset position of the Company is approximately $1.6 billion which clearly attests to the claim that the Company is insolvent.It was pointed out that given the likely impairment of the Bahamas investment valued at $7.1 billion and assuming some write-off in the value of the remaining assets of the Company, the net deficit could rise to $11.9 billion should the Company be wound-up.She added also that it should be stressed however that the estimates are very dependent on the value of the long term liabilities produced by the Actuary who in turn is dependent on the policy data stored and compiled by staff of CLICO Trinidad who have been sub-contracted to perform this work.“The significant deterioration in the Company’s net position compared to 31st December 2007 is as a result of an increase in liabilities of about $4 billion compared to an increase in assets of about $1.7 billion amounting to a reduction in net assets of about $2.3 billion. Part of this loss is due to a change in the actuarial basis.”As it relates to the company’s liquidity,, van Beek told the court that the cash assets of the Company total approximately $560 million and it had a cash deficiency of about $1.5 B at the end of February this year.“This however assumes that surrenders of Executive Flexible Premium Annuity (EFPA),, Flexible Premium Annuity (FPA),, Group Flexible Premium Annuity (GFPA) policies totalling about $1.6 billion will be paid.”It was pointed out that, at present,, in order to preserve the liquidity of the Company, no payments on surrenders of any long term insurance contract have been made and it has been projected that the Company can remain in a liquid position for three months or more provided claims arising from Life and Pensions remain suspended until additional liquidity is obtained through the sale of the Company’s investments or by some other means.Van Beek in her report lamented the fact that the documentation by the Company has been generally very poor and based on the documents reviewed to date and a review of the investment decisions made by the Company, it appears that any assessment of the appropriateness of the investments in Group subsidiaries was ineffectual.It was pointed out that this is of particular concern given that two of the Directors are also Directors on the Board of CLICO (Bahamas) Ltd.She added that while the investment in the Bahamas appeared liquid on the Company’s books, the Directors should have been aware of the high level of liquidity risk that the investments in the Bahamas entailed in recent years.Judicial Manager of CLICO (Guyana) Maria van BeekIt was also pointed out that there was also some common directorship with Caribbean Resources Ltd (CRL).“It does not appear that there were clear lines of communication between the Actuary,, the management and the Board of Directors and discussions,, if any, on critical assumptions for the actuarial valuation of the long term liabilities do not appear to have been properly documented….“The Directors and management of the Company operated either without a basic understanding of managing an insurance business or pursued a strategy that has resulted in significant losses to the Company….This has jeopardised the ability of the Company to meet its policyholder obligations.”At February month’s end, the Company has approximately $1.7 billion in EFPA and FPA claims outstanding and approximately $382M in other claims outstanding.She added that following that date at least a further $5.7 billion in EFPA and FPA claims were submitted.Van Beek added that if additional time is permitted she intends to instruct Nizam Ali to review the claims paid by the Company during 2009 and to determine whether any preferential disbursement was made.At present the Total outstanding claims are estimated as; EFPA/FPA/GFPAs – $7.4B; Ordinary Life & Group Life $213M; Auto $8M; Health $10M; Fire $80 million andAccident and Liability $72M.Van Beek added that the analysis excludes claims under litigation.“About 70 per cent of the EPFA and 97 per cent of FPA surrendered policies are for claims with a cash surrender value of $5M or less per policy…However most of the FPA policies remain un-surrendered due to high surrender penalties.”She added that the total liabilities of the FPA policies are about $800M, “Of the remaining EFPA policies that have not surrendered about 85 per cent of these policies have surrender values of less than $5M…Of the 14 GFPA policies on the books,, the total liability of these policies is about $900M but the majority of these policies have a cash surrender value exceeding $5M.A hindrance that was pointed out by van Beek was the fact that the policy administration and accounting system of the Company are based in CLICO Trinidad.Some functions also rely on their support. “While we have tried to minimise this by moving various functionalities back to the Company (such as claims underwriting and payroll processing), to move all functions back to the Company would require the purchase of an IT system for policy administration.”She posited that the cost of a new IT system would be in excess of US$300,000 and the system would not necessarily be compatible with those of any other insurance company. “In addition the accounting system would have to be changed…At this time CLICO Trinidad has quoted approximately US$6400 per month for their services… A consequence of this arrangement is the Company is wholly dependent on CLICO Trinidad to produce information and accounting information and this has caused some delays during this reporting period…“Further any data problems have to be discussed with personnel in Trinidad. 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    The man who was held in connection with the murder of seven-year-old Dacwaun Sutherland has been released after he posted $20,000 station bail.Police sources on Thursday said that they were unable to find any concrete evidence against the 24-year-old suspect, thus forcing them to release the man.The source said that the man was arrested on Saturday after rumours in the Sophia community suggested that the child was last seen in his company.Sutherland was found floating in a canal in the Sophia area, one day after he was reported missing by his mother, Zon Parks.A post mortem report revealed that the boy was sodomised and was probably submerged in a canal until he drowned.The child’s mother was adamant that her only child must have been slain in broad daylight.The woman still pleads for those in the community who have any related knowledge to come forward with any information.The child’s body was found in a canal in ‘C’ Field,, Sophia.Woman allegedly steals father’s moneySheyante Adams, a 22-year-old mother of one who is a supervisor at Qualfon Guyana Inc, was remanded to prison on Thursday after she was slapped with four counts of fraudulent conversion. The woman allegedly converted monies that her father had sent to deposit into his bank account.It was alleged that last September, being solely entrusted with $60,000 by Gregory Adams,, she converted the money to her own use.Another charge stated that the woman,, being solely entrusted with $80,000 by Gregory Adams, converted the money for her own use.A third charge stated that the woman, on April 20, being solely entrusted with $60,,000 by Gregory Adams, she converted the money for her own use. The last charge alleged that the woman on February 25,, 2009 being solely entrusted with $60,000, converted same to her own use.She was unrepresented yesterday in court. In her defence, the woman told the court that her father usually sends money from Suriname for her.She added that he never told her that the money was to be deposited into his bank account. The woman further told the magistrate that she is being framed by one of her father’s friend.Gregory Adams, who was present in court, said that he trusted his daughter and never expected that she would do something like that.He told the magistrate that when he came back to Guyana, he was shocked to learn that his bank account had been emptied.“She is my eldest child and this is what she do me….I mine she from six years old after her mother died,,” cried the man.The man even produced a fake bank statement to the court, which his daughter allegedly gave to him.Police Prosecutor Stephen Telford objected to bail, and told the court that more charges are expected to be laid against the woman.The magistrate remanded the woman and she is now expected to make another court appearance on August 6.Jamaican record producer tries to reverse fortunes of Sheriff Night ClubJamaican record producer “Big Stone” will launch a weekly Entertainment package this evening at the Sheriff Night Club on Sheriff Street, Georgetown.“Big Stone,,” who has impacted positively on the entertainment industry since being in Guyana over the last six months, says that the aim of “Showdown at the Sheriff” is to give the real talented entertainers of Guyana an avenue where they will be paid to showcase their abilities while giving Guyanese and visitors the opportunity to see them perform live.“Showdown at the Sheriff” will feature Syd Hooper,, Ras I-Son, Fire Fred, Lisa Punch and comedian Pastor Fix-it.The show will continue every Saturday night at the Sheriff Night Club and according to “Big Stone” Brutal TV will be there to videotape the show and it will be shown on Channel Two.The Jamaican, who was born in the Parish of St. Anns, was baptized Claude Sinclair and is a graduate of the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music (1980 -1984).Prior to taking up the Scholarship in the USA, “Big Stone” served in the Jamaica Defence Force and the Jamaica Constabulary Force. 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    PARIS — As officials struggled Wednesday to explain why a jet with 150 people on board crashed in relatively clear skies, an investigator said evidence from a cockpit voice recorder indicated one pilot left the cockpit before the plane’s descent and was unable to get back in.A senior military official involved in the investigation described “very smooth, very cool” conversation between the pilots during the early part of the flight from Barcelona to Dsseldorf. Then the audio indicated that one of the pilots left the cockpit and could not re-enter.“The guy outside is knocking lightly on the door and there is no answer,,” the investigator said. “And then he hits the door stronger and no answer. There is never an answer.”He said, “You can hear he is trying to smash the door down.”While the audio seemed to give some insight into the circumstances leading up to the Germanwings crash on Tuesday morning,, it also left many questions unanswered.“We don’t know yet the reason why one of the guys went out,” said the official, who requested anonymity because the investigation is continuing. “But what is sure is that at the very end of the flight, the other pilot is alone and does not open the door.”The data from the voice recorder seems only to deepen the mystery surrounding the crash and provides no indication of the condition or activity of the pilot who remained in the cockpit. The descent from 38,000 feet over about 10 minutes was alarming but still gradual enough to indicate that the twin-engine Airbus A320 had not been damaged catastrophically. At no point during the descent was there any communication from the cockpit to air traffic controllers or any other signal of an emergency.When the plane plowed into craggy mountains northeast of Nice,, it was traveling with enough speed that it was all but pulverized, killing the 144 passengers and crew of six and leaving few clues.The French aviation authorities have made public very little, officially, about the nature of the information that has been recovered from the audio recording, and it was not clear whether it was partial or complete. France’s Bureau of Investigations and Analyses confirmed only that human voices and other cockpit sounds had been detected and would be subjected to detailed analysis.Asked about the new evidence revealed in the cockpit recordings, Martine del Bono, a bureau spokeswoman, declined to comment. “Our teams continue to work on analyzing the CVR,” she said, referring to the cockpit voice recorder. “As soon as we have accurate information we intend to hold a press conference.”Meanwhile,, prosecutors in Marseille, who have been tasked with a separate criminal inquiry into the crash,, could not immediately be reached for comment. Brice Robin, the Marseille prosecutor, is due to meet this morning with the families of the crash victims.At the crash site, a senior official working on the investigation said,, workers found the casing of the plane’s other black box, the flight data recorder, but the memory card containing data on the plane’s altitude, speed, location and condition was not inside, apparently having been thrown loose or destroyed by the impact.The flight’s trajectory ahead of the crash also left many unanswered questions.Rémi Jouty, the director of the French Bureau of Investigations and Analyses, said at a news conference that the plane took off at around 10 a.m. local time from Barcelona and that the last message sent from the pilot to air traffic controllers had been at 10:30 a.m., which indicated that the plane was proceeding on course.But minutes later, the plane inexplicably began to descend,, Mr. Jouty said. At 10:40 and 47 seconds, the plane reported its last radar position, at an altitude of 6,175 feet. “The radar could follow the plane until the point of impact,,” he said.Mr. Jouty said the plane slammed into a mountainside and disintegrated, scattering debris over a wide area, and making it difficult to analyze what had happened.It often takes months or even years to determine the causes of plane crashes, but a little more than a year after the disappearance of a Malaysian airlines jetliner that has never been found, the loss of the Germanwings flight is shaping up to be particularly perplexing to investigators.One of the main questions outstanding is why the pilots did not communicate with air traffic controllers as the plane began its unusual descent, suggesting that either the pilots or the plane’s automated systems may have been trying to maintain control of the aircraft as it lost altitude.Among the theories that have been put forward by air safety analysts not involved in the investigation is the possibility that a pilot could have been incapacitated by a sudden event such as a fire or a drop in cabin pressure.A senior French official involved in the investigation, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, said that the lack of communication from the pilots during the plane’s descent was disturbing, and that the possibility that their silence was deliberate could not be ruled out.“I don’t like it,,” said the French official, who cautioned that his initial analysis was based on the very limited information currently available. “To me, it seems very weird: this very long descent at normal speed without any communications, though the weather was absolutely clear.”“So far, we don’t have any evidence that points clearly to a technical explanation,” the official said. “So we have to consider the possibility of deliberate human responsibility.”Mr. Jouty said it was far too early in the investigation to speculate about possible causes.“At this moment I have no beginning of a scenario,” Mr. Jouty said. 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    The group,, Revival Awareness and Perpetuation of African Culture (RAPAC ) will be holding a Libation ceremony this evening to herald in the Emancipation celebration in Berbice this year. According to coordinator, Minerva Peters,, the activity will herald in two days of activities of celebration by the group.This will be followed tomorrow with a day of traditional Emancipation activities. Both events will be held at the Guyana Teachers Union Hall (GTU) New Amsterdam.The Libation,, which is a practice done by pouring of a liquid as an offering in memory of those who have died is done on the night before emancipation.The night’s activity will get underway at 21:30 hrs and is expected to end after midnight. During the night there will be a number of activities including African singing, dancing,, drumming, story telling and African games. The libation itself will begin closer to midnight with the traditional dancing around a fire, the pouring of alcohol and coconut water.Tomorrow, the activity will kick off at 10:00 hrs with a number of cultural activities and stage show African drumming, folk songs and dancing, skits, poems and storytelling.Folk and ring games are also part of the day’s activity. The usual African foods including the popular Cook Up; Meta-Gee with fried and salted fish,, other delicacies such as Quenches,, Conkey and Cassava Pone,, Calaloo in coconut milk and Foo Foo, will be on sale.African drumming will lead the celebrations.There will be various competitions where prizes will be given out to the best dressed male, female and family in African wear. Best hairstyle, eating and dancing competitions will also be on the cards.According to Ms Peters, several groups are expected to be a part of the day’s activities, among them the Congo Naya cultural group and drummers,, New Amsterdam Multilateral School, The Drop-In Centre, United Brick Layers, Sandvoort,, Kortbradt and the Republicans among others. Cheap NFL Jerseys China–55-alex-mack-black-2016-pro-bowl-mens-stitched-nfl-elite-jersey-717.html Nike Browns #55 Alex Mack Black 2016 Pro Bowl Mens Stitched NFL Elite Jersey Cheap Jacksonville Jaguars Jerseys–18-a-j–green-gray-mens-stitched-nfl-limited-gridiron-gray-jersey-987.html Nike Bengals #18 A.J. Green Gray Mens Stitched NFL Limited Gridiron Gray Jersey Cheap New York Rangers Jerseys Cheap Authentic Jerseys–77-andrew-whitworth-white-mens-stitched-nfl-elite-jersey-727.html Nike Bengals #77 Andrew Whitworth White Mens Stitched NFL Elite Jersey Cheap Pittsburgh Steelers Jerseys Cheap Stitched Jerseys

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    The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) will be holding its first sitting in Guyana from February 17, to consider the application/appeal or to hear the submissions of three cases.There will also be a special sitting for Justice Desiree Bernard,, the only Guyanese Judge on the panel who will be retiring after serving the court since its establishment in 2001.The sitting will be held at 10:00 hrs on the second floor of the Guyana International Conference Centre (GICC),, Liliendaal.The following cases will be submitted; Paul Lashley and John Campayne versus Detective Corporal Winston Singh; Feizal Mohamed Amin (trading under the name style and firm of Amin Lumber Enterprise) versus Guyana Oil Company Limited; and Daniel Ramlagan by Ramkumarie Ramlagan versus Narine Singh by Saiojine Singh.Attorney- at- Law Jacqueline Graham, during an Interview with the Government Information Agency (GINA) at the Court of Appeal, Kingston today,, stated that the CCJ President,, Dennis Byron will be present at the sitting, along with Justices Rolston Nelson, Winston Anderson, Adrian Saunders,, Jacob Witt, David Hayton and Desiree Bernard. This would be the third sitting of CCJ as sittings were already held in Barbados and Jamaica during 2013.The CCJ, based in Trinidad and Tobago is the judicial institution of the Caribbean, and operates under two jurisdictions, that is, an original jurisdiction and an appellate jurisdiction.Thus far, Guyana, Belize, Antigua, Barbados,, Grenada, Suriname, Jamaica,, St Kitts and Nevis, St Lucia and Trinidad and Tobago, Dominica, St Vincent and the Grenadines are signed on to CCJ. (GINA) NHL Jerseys Wholesale Wholesale NHL Jerseys China NHL Jerseys From China Cheap NHL Jerseys Wholesale NHL Jerseys Cheap NHL Jerseys China NHL Jerseys China

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    – Woman refuses to give evidence Javon Glasgow and his reputed wife Donnette Cummings were yesterday bonded by Chief Magistrate Priya Sewnarine-Beharry to keep the peace.Appearing at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court was Javon Glasgow of lot 7 Broad Street,, Charlestown, faced with two charges; use of threatening language and unlawful assault.It is alleged that on October 3, at Broad Street, Charlestown,, the defendant unlawfully and maliciously assaulted Donnette Cummings.It is further alleged that on the said date, at the aforementioned place,, Glasgow used threatening language to Cummings whereby a breach of the peace may be occasioned.To both allegations,, the defendant pleaded not guilty.According to the reports given by Prosecutor Bharat Mangru in open court,, the couple lives together and on the day in question, Cummings returned home from visiting her father and encountered the defendant who spewed a series of jealous accusations at her.The court heard that an argument ensued between the two and Glasgow,, who insisted that his reputed wife had visited another man, dealt the woman several cuffs about her body. Mangru further stated that in the process of trashing the woman, the man threatened to kill her.“The man is jealous of his wife which means he loves her. If a man isn’t jealous,, he doesn’t love his woman” were the words which led Attorney at Law Paul Fung-a-Fat’s defense.Fung-a-Fat informed the court that his 34-year-old client is a father of two who has one prior offence with the mother of another of his children.Cummings refused to offer evidence against her husband and also declined the Magistrate’s offer to have a Protection Order taken out against the man.Magistrate Priya Sewnarine-Beharry bonded the couple to keep the peace and ordered the couple to undergo counseling at the Help and Shelter. Glasgow was ordered to reside with his sister and is expected to return to court on November 6. Cheap NHL Jerseys Cheap NHL Jerseys China Wholesale NHL Jerseys Wholesale NHL Jerseys China NHL Jerseys From China NHL Jerseys Wholesale NHL Jerseys China

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    In their continued quest to promote the Transcendental Meditation Technique of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, Richard and Janine Robertson, who have been teaching in Latin America,, the Caribbean, Asia and Europe over the last 30 years,, are back in Guyana and are geared to offer free public lectures this week.The husband and wife team has over the last year been re-establishing the programme in Guyana and according to Richard Robertson,, lectures commencing at 17:00 hours on Wednesday will be held at the National Library conference room.He said that Transcendental Meditation develops mental potential and gets rid of accumulated stress improving health, interpersonal relationships and has a very positive effect on the environment.During their stay in Guyana, the teachers have been speaking to educators on the value of their university system of education called Consciousness-based education.Richard said that “the fact that psychology says that we only use five to 10 percent of our mental potential does not mean that this cannot be altered.The Transcendental Meditation Technique has been scientifically proven by more than 600 research studies to develop more of the brain potential and at the same time improves health, well being,, and interpersonal relationships and extends its benefits also to the improvement of the environment.”The couple indicated that the Maharishi University of Management, which could help introduce Consciousness-based education to schools in Guyana, would ensure the full development of the brain potential of students.Maharishi University of Management (MUM), they said,, was founded by His Holiness Maharishi Mahesh Yogi in 1971 to create enlightenment for every individual and peace for the world.Its method for accomplishing this is through a system of education,, which was introduced to the world by Maharishi and which develops the total potential of every student’s brain, the cosmic creativity latent within every student. This approach to education maximises every aspect of students’ success in personal and professional life.At the foundation of Consciousness-based education is the practice of the Transcendental Meditation and TM-Sidhi programmes.More than 600 scientific research studies conducted at more than 200 universities and research institutions in more than 30 countries have shown that these programmes produce unparalleled results in all areas of life, based on developing the latent potentials of the brain.These results include rapid growth of intelligence and creativity,, improved academic performance, and improved health and well-being.Scientific studies have also shown that when large groups have gathered to practice these programmes, there was a marked increase in global harmony, which immediately declined when the groups dispersed. NHL Jerseys Wholesale Wholesale NHL Jerseys Wholesale NHL Jerseys China NHL Jerseys China NHL Jerseys From China Cheap NHL Jerseys China Cheap NHL Jerseys

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    – Managerial reforms and capacity building taking place – Minister Patterson By: Kiana WilburgTechnical and Commercial line loss which currently stands at 28.5 percent, has bled the Guyana Power and Light Inc. of millions of dollars annually.But with the help of a loan programme sponsored by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), this state of affairs is expected to be drastically improved.Minister of Public Works, David Patterson, who also shares responsibility for the energy sector, told this newspaper last night that GPL intends to “significantly reduce” the loss way below 23 percent at the end of the loan programme.Asked if there is going to be a complete restructuring of the company, given its worrying financial performance, Patterson said, “No,, not at this moment. But with the IDB loan programme,, there will be some managerial reforms and capacity building. The programme will assist us in being more efficient in tackling the line loss which as you know occurs through electricity theft but at the end of the programme we are expected to bring the line loss below the short term target of 23 percent. It will be significantly reduced.”Minister of Public Works, David PattersonPatterson reminded that this IDB loan programme of about US$54M was started in 2013.“However, of the US$54M only $300M was disbursed because of slothfulness of the previous administration in getting this programme completed. But I have now put this on the front burner and we are moving expeditiously with it. This programme was actually taken on during the saga of the Amaila Falls Hydro Project,,” the Minister said.“IDB had indicated to the then government that should such an energy project be pursued, then a condition of the loan programme would be to effectively address the capacity problems facing GPL, one of which was the line loss. They stressed on this condition because they wanted to ensure that the real benefits that would accrue from such a project would be enjoyed by the consumers.”The Minister with responsibility for energy said that this programme will not only deal with the technical and commercial line loss, but pave the way for government to move ahead with projects for alternate energy sources in the future.Earlier this year, GPL in a paid advertisement had said for the first quarter of 2013, it recorded the highest level of electricity loss and this was in the South Georgetown district. The company emphasized that the areas accounting for the 60 percent loss have some of the largest population densities.It said, too that it has 5,501 accounts in its system, for the areas which are serviced by Feeder SF5. The area covers Tucville Well, Sophia Well, South Ruimveldt Park east of Penny Lane, Festival City, North Ruimveldt, South Ruimveldt Gardens west of Penny Lane, West Ruimveldt, East Ruimveldt, Roxanne Burnham Gardens, Guyhoc Park and Ebenezer Drive. These districts accounted for GPL’s losses.Following the area served by Feeder SF5,, the next area with high electricity loss includes the East Coast Demerara with loss at 43.9 percent within the Sophia to Coldingen area and 42.2 percent in ‘A’ to ‘E’ Fields in Sophia.Other areas with high loss include Coldingen to Bygeval with losses said to be at 37.1 percent, North Sophia to Success with loss at 34.4 percent.The area served by Feeder SF3, which includes parts of Prashad Nagar, Lamaha Gardens, East of Sheriff and South of Dennis Street,, Norton Street, Princes Street, Tucville, Meadowbrook, Werk-en-Rust west of John Street, West La Penitence and part of Middle Road with loss pegged at 37.4 percent.As for those districts with loss in the 30 percent range, GPL said that these include those on Water Street between New Market Street and Avenue of the Republic and Brickdam where losses are at 36.9 percent.From Edinburgh to Lookout, Parika on the West Demerara, losses are 35.9 percent. In Wakenaam, the losses are 37.2 percent while in Leguan the loss is pegged at 30.7 percent. In Bartica, losses are 32.3 percent. It said that the feeder in contention,, SF5, is 60 percent with technical loss at 17.4 percent and non-technical losses at 42.6 percent.GPL said that this should be compared with the area served by feeder VH-F3 (Vreed-en-Hoop to Windsor Forest) which with 7104 customers – as compared with 5,501 customers – has a total loss of 9.8 percent; 9.6 percent technical and 0.2 percent non-technical.The Power company noted that technical loss reflects those attributed to GPL’s network and non-technical losses are mainly electricity theft.The total number of customers within the zone of contention (SP5) is 5,501 and losses per customer amount to US$49 or $10,000 per month, GPL had said.The A Partnership for National Unity and the Alliance For Change (APNU+AFC) had lambasted the previous administration for failing to properly deal with the issue of the line loss.The APNU+AFC had said that the company’s admission of its exorbitant losses is a product of “downright mismanagement and too much political interference”.Foreign Affairs Minister, Carl Greenidge who served as the APNU’s financial point man in the opposition, had called on GPL’s management to explain what it did with the millions it received from another IDB programme to help avoid this situation “which seems to have gotten from bad to worse”. It never did.Greenidge had lashed out at GPL’s former Chairman Winston Brassington in particular, saying that he lost the confidence of the country. He opined that the former GPL Board Chairman is not competent to do the work to which he is assigned, for “he is wearing too many hats and is involved in so many conflicts of interest that his word on any particular issue is not worth a cent.”Further, the former Finance Minister had said that the GPL line loss fiasco is but one of many issues that merits the firing of the Board and senior managers.Greenidge had said that while GPL’s management and Board complained that they are denied enough money to invest in the acquisition and installation of equipment, they have taken some of the funds received from taxpayers to acquire equipment not relevant to their most important problem, the reduction of line loss.He reminded that millions were spent to acquire equipment such as “the fibre optic cable that would help the associates of the former President, Bharrat Jagdeo and displace Digicel and GT&T as suppliers of Information Communication Technology services.”As regards to the technical and commercial loss being suffered by the company, Greenidge had asked,, “But whatever happened to the US$5M approved by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) in 2011 to help reduce electricity losses?”Greenidge, who served as the Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee recalled that the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) had provided the funds to help boost the efficiency of the country’s power system through electricity loss reduction measures and improvements in the operation and maintenance of the distribution network.He had said that since 2010, the level of loss in several areas seems to have increased from the 10 and 17 percent levels at which they then stood. 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    Thursday, January 5, 2017 - 12:00:31

    Fire at Herstelling…Quick response by the Guyana Fire Service (GFS) and villagers of Herstelling,, East Bank Demerara (EBD) saved the home of three families from being burnt to ashes yesterday morning.According to Nadira Roopnarine,, of lot 64 Herstelling,, she along with her husband and children lived in the western half of the bottom flat of the house while her in-laws reside upstairs.The eastern half of the bottom flat is occupied by tenants.A section of the badly scorched bedroomRoopnarine was not at home when the incident occurred, however, she explained that her apartment was not padlocked since it was left open for her son who was expected to return home anytime.She was at her other house located in the Herstelling Housing Scheme, when she received information that a fire had started at her bottom flat.Kaieteur News was told by the woman that she and her neighbours (tenants) would have numerous arguments for the past two years since they moved in.Reports are that the fire started in her bedroom and when this newspaper entered the room, half of it was badly burnt.The top of her wardrobe was said to be where the fire began and a barrel inside of the room was scorched at the bottom. The contents in the barrel were damaged.A number of articles were also badly scorched by the fire. The main switch for the building was also damaged.Roopnarine’s sister-in-law, “Chano”,, who lives upstairs,, said that her tenants could not be held accountable for the fire since she was at home when the incident occurred.“I was cooking and Fiona’s daughter came upstairs for something and the girl tell me how she mother sleeping with the baby. She mother sick and was lying down. Just when she walking down the back steps, the mother come running knocking the walls and hollering for fire. So she couldn’t have set the fire,” said Chano.Fiona (the tenant) told Kaieteur News that she was asleep and was awakened by the smell of smoke. She immediately checked her kitchen but did not see anything unusual.Her baby was sound asleep and when she re-entered her bedroom she was the smoke and ran upstairs screaming to alert everyone that a fire had started.‘I panicked and left my baby and start hitting the walls while going upstairs to let them know there was a fire. I then realize my baby was inside so I ran to get my baby and ran with a bucket to throw water. The people’s door was padlocked so I had to break a part of the window to dash in water” recounted Fiona.Fiona explained that she was with a police rank inside of her bedroom stating the sequence of events when she heard Roopnarine’s son tell someone in their apartment that a piece of wood was broken and that Fiona’s family did that to start the fire.The young woman said that while the rank was talking with her,, the small piece of wood fell off,, due to the fire affecting it, and Roopnarine’s son was not aware of this.Investigations are underway. Cheap NHL Jerseys Wholesale NHL Jerseys NHL Jerseys Wholesale NHL Jerseys From China Wholesale NHL Jerseys China Cheap NHL Jerseys China NHL Jerseys China

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    Thursday, January 5, 2017 - 12:00:43

    With the perception that jobs are scarce and criticism emanating from some quarters, President David Granger is calling for a collective change to the population’s mindset of entitlement and the feeling that the administration owes the populace jobs.The Head of State expressed this view during the weekly televised programme ‘Public Interest’. According to Granger, while the government did not have jobs to give out, they would instead like to help people to help themselves.He did cite certain initiatives, such as the measures being taken to advance Guyana’s renewable energy policy, as moves that will open up opportunities for new and diverse careers. According to Granger, Government is moving to ensure that all Government buildings, as well as the Public Buildings and universities are outfitted with equipment such as solar panels.According to Granger, Government is working on making the former community of Bartica, Region seven, into a model community which could display all the attributes of a sustainable, renewable energy policy. Bartica was elevated to township status on Saturday.“(This will be done) using wind, water,, solar, biomass particularly,” he said. “We can have students (and) businessmen go there and see that technology at work.”President David Granger“Those are some of the directions we are moving forward to and now that we are taking more decisive steps in renewable energy, we expect that a lot of young people will be going into those fields and into smaller areas like solar panels and learning to erect some of these structures and service them in the hinterland.”Granger also spoke of encouraging persons to get involved in agro processing. In addition, he touted encouraging entrepreneurship,, from as early as school, rather than everyone looking forward for work in the state sector.“We want to help people to help themselves,” he stressed. “The government certainly does not have jobs to give out to people. We want to ensure that more people stay in school and qualify. We want to ensure more employment opportunities are open in the private sector.”The President emphasized that Guyana is a promising country, but that people need to change the mindset that Government owes them employment. He stated that instead, there is a need to create in the minds of youths the desire to work and to excel.“In fact, I believe that Guyana has greater prospects than other Caribbean countries in that regard,” he said.In his 2016 budget speech, Minister of Finance Winston Jordan had spoken of publicizing Guyana’s advantages to attract new and diverse industries and consequently, jobs. He had stated that for this year, GO-Invest would increase its engagements with the Diaspora in order to get them to reinvest home.Recapping GO-Invest’s achievements for 2015, he had stated that the agency facilitated 148 projects across sectors such as agriculture, tourism,, forestry,, Information and Communication Technology and energy.“The potential value of investment facilitated amounted to $89.3 billion, while the total potential jobs numbered about 8, 400,,” Jordan had said. “GO-Invest also facilitated 44 Foreign Direct Investments. In 2016, the agency hopes to facilitate 160 new investments worth a total of $11 billion.”Pointing out that a challenge to getting investors was the lack of facilities with full utility services, Jordan had stated that Government would build and upgrade industrial estates at Belvedere and Lethem.The effects of this, he had said, would be to create business ventures in light manufacturing, wood working and fabrication, in addition to creating thousands of jobs.He had also cited the potential of the tourism sector to create jobs and economic growth for Guyana.While Government is making moves to create more employment, the 2015 US State Department report on Human Rights has highlighted that Guyana’s existing work environment is far from healthy.According to the report, though there is a law which prohibits workplace discrimination based on race, gender,, disability, language, social status or national origin, it was not effectively enforced.“Job vacancy notices routinely specified that the employer sought only male or only female applicants, and women earned approximately 61 percent less than men for equal work,,” the report also stated. Cheap NHL Jerseys China Cheap NHL Jerseys NHL Jerseys Wholesale Wholesale NHL Jerseys China NHL Jerseys China Wholesale NHL Jerseys NHL Jerseys From China

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    Thursday, January 5, 2017 - 12:01:10

    – relatives appeal to Police Complaints Authority for investigationForty-year-old Rex Nageer of Diamond Housing Scheme is currently nursing a broken arm and a broken leg after a beating by police on Monday last. He is currently a patient at the Georgetown Public Hospital.According to the brother of the beaten man,, Ricky Nageer, after a report was made to the Golden Grove Police Station against his brother,, the police visited his brother’s home and arrested him.“My brother kept asking what y’all arresting me for,, but the policemen replied and told him shut up and get into the vehicle,,” Nageer said. “But after my brother refused because he wanted to know why he was being arrested, one policeman name Budhnarine started beating this man on he foot, break up he foot then lash he on he hand and break it up too.”Man hospitalized after police brutalityThe thing that prompted the arrest,, according to the brother, Ricky, was a report by Nageer’s wife that he had threatened to kill her aunt. When that failed to elicit a speedy response from the police the woman reportedly accused her husband of attempting to have sex with his 15-year-old daughter two weeks earlier.Ironically, the woman had made a similar allegation last year September. She later issued statements to the Brickdam Police Station and the Diamond Police Station recanting the report.Yesterday, Nageer’s brother said that his brother was detained at the Diamond lock-ups with his broken limbs after a visit to the Diamond Diagnostic Centre. He appeared in court yesterday and was released on self bail.The frustrated Ricky Nageer said his brother was charged for assaulting two policemen. He is charged with assaulting Constable 79166 Derick Ramnarine to prevent arrest. The rank who arrested him was 19766 Budhnarine Ramnarine,, it turns out does not exist. Further, his number is decades away from being assigned to a police rank.Lawyer for the injured Nageer, Gary Ramlochan,, has noted this fact. He is also charged with assaulting Constable Shane Frank.The relatives of the injured man are calling on the Police Compliant Authority to arrest the issue of police brutality committed against Rex Nageer. Cheap NHL Jerseys China NHL Jerseys Wholesale NHL Jerseys China Wholesale NHL Jerseys Wholesale NHL Jerseys China Cheap NHL Jerseys NHL Jerseys From China


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    …but limited clout could bring back monopolyWith the possible passage of a Telecommunications Act and an Amended Public Utilities Commission (PUC) Act in the National Assembly, Chairman of the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) Justice Prem Persaud, is eyeing a challenging year ahead.However, Justice Persaud, during an interview, yesterday, insisted that the PUC is prepared for the challenge. As a consumer-oriented body, the Commission’s functions are currently of a regulatory, investigatory and enforcement nature.PUC Chairman, Justice Prem PersaudIt also has the power to undertake other functions as conferred on it by the existing PUC Act but according to Justice Persaud “we are waiting to see what the new legislations would be to see what clout we will have in them.”He anticipates though that the PUC will have a more extended supervisory role once the legislations evolve, allowing for open competition in the telecommunication sector. As a result he expects that the Commission will have to embrace an even more efficient mode of operation.The anticipated legislations are designed to govern the operations of the telephone service providers – the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (landline and mobile) and Digicel Guyana (mobile).At the moment GT&T has the monopoly on the service, a state of affairs which will be remedied with the passing of the Bills needful to reform the sector.Although a ruling of the High Court earlier this year declared that the GT&T held monopoly is both unlawful and invalid, Justice Persaud warned that the PUC remains the only authorised body to pronounce on unfair competition.It was with this in mind he related that the PUC was forced to have Digicel withdraw a promotion following the ruling which saw it slashing international calling rates by 80 per cent.“As a result of the ruling Digicel decided to introduce certain rates which would have breached our order…we had to let them know that if they want to reduce their rates below a certain point they have to come to us. Despite what the Courts rule the law is still there that you are still under the PUC…” he insisted.Currently there are fixed ceiling and flooring rates prescribed by the PUC, guiding the operations of the two entities. The companies are allowed to offer rates between $7 and $32 but the average rate currently charged by both is about $20.“They can fix their rates for whatever purpose that they want provided they stay within that space,” Justice Persaud disclosed.Aside from the Digicel’s slashing rate incident, the Chairman said that “there was fair competition over the past year so there was no other intervention…We are always watching them especially the promotions.”He speculated that with the ending of the existing monopoly consumers are likely to benefit considerably from various plans and programmes which are expected to come into play.However, if the new legislations do not allow the PUC clout to ensure fixed rates, Justice Persaud opined that a possible monopoly could again loom.Without the power to influence rates “what can happen is that a very prosperous company can come in and reduce the rates to about $1…that company may reduce its rates to such an extent that another company cannot compete; so one can run the other out of business and raise back its rate then bring back into effect a monopoly.”It is for this reason, he explained, that the year ahead could prove to be a challenge since diligent efforts will have to be made by the PUC to oversee with a view of ensuring that undue advantage is not taken by one company on the other.“We have to be after them, checking their records and files and receive and deal with complaints vigilantly…”


    Thursday, January 5, 2017 - 12:02:44

    Pellets found inside bodyInvestigators have widened their probe into the brutal robbery/murder of overseas-basedRamesh Puran and his wife.Guyanese, Ramesh Puran, 49. Puran, a father of three and of Richmond Hill, New York, USA, was shot and chopped dead on the evening of Thursday May 14 at his Corentyne home.The man had returned home on May 8, last, with his family to do some religious work, when four masked bandits armed with guns and cutlasses (three guns and one cutlass) attacked him and his family at their residence at 153 Belvedere Squatting Area, Corentyne, Berbice.Puran who is a regular visitor to Guyana was at home around 21:15h when they were accosted by the bandits.According to informed sources, investigators have widened their probe and have questioned a number of persons close to the family, as a lot of inside information is unfolding including some details on his financial transactions. Investigators are looking at a number of other issues as they seek to solve the murder.Puran who was wearing several expensive pieces of gold jewelry, including rings, bands and chains, was attacked and robbed in the hallway in the upper flat of the house. He reportedly put up a fight and was shot and chopped.According to sources he was shot from close range with what appears to be a shotgun. A number of pellets were removed from his body.Two of the bandits had entered one of the bedrooms to attack the man’s niece, Tamarattie Seecharran, a housewife, who occupies the house with her husband, Dhanraj Narine and their 10-month-old baby.The bandits sat on top of the woman while placing the cutlasses on her neck, threatening to slit her throat if she didn’t say where the US currency and jewelry were.Her aunt, who was in her bedroom, opened the door and saw the men hacking away at Puran. The woman immediately closed the door, removed the louvers and jumped 25 feet to the ground, injuring her back in the process. She got up and fled in the muddy yard, screaming as she ran through the streets.Neighbours heard the commotion and came out, but were first held at bay after the bandits discharged a round to keep them off.While Puran was shot, Devika Ramotar who was the first to be attacked was also chopped twice in her head by the bandits after she started to scream for help.She and Puran were picked up and rushed to the Port Mourant Hospital where Puran was pronounced dead on arrival.According to relatives and neighbours, the police responded promptly, but by then the men had already left. The ordeal lasted about five minutes.In the meanwhile, a post mortem examination conducted on Puran’s body on Monday at the Port Mourant Hospital by Dr. Vivikanand Brijmohan, revealed that he died from shock and haemorrhage due to gunshot injuries.A man who would frequent the house and a number of others have been held for questioning.

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    Thursday, January 5, 2017 - 12:12:09

    Greek melodic metallers FIREWIND have entered the studio in the band’s hometown of Thessaloniki to begin recording their new album for an early 2012 release via an as-yet-undetermined record label. Sitting behind the drum kit during the sessions is Johan Nunez of NIGHTRAGE, the former group of FIREWIND guitarist Gus G. The first in a series of video updates featuring behind-the-scenes footage from the studio can be seen below.FIREWIND is currently seeking a new label home following the expiration of the band’s contract with Century Media Records. In a recent interview with Oregon Music News,, Gus, who is also a member of Ozzy Osbourne’s band, stated about the relative lack of promotion for FIREWIND’s latest studio album,, “Days Of Defiance”, “If were up to me, I would have released the album after I would be available to tour behind it. This was the label’s idea who wanted to the album out. Our current label,, Century Media, wanted it released. They said,, ‘We paid you to record the album and we want the masters.’ I said, ‘Okay, here you go.’ I didn’t feel good about it. This is the politics of the music business,, I tried to make the label see that sure we’d get some press due to my involvement in Ozzy’s band, but we would not be able to tour. Waiting 10 months to tour behind an album isn’t a good business.” When asked if there were any plans for FIREWIND to re-release “Days Of Defiance” as an “expanded” edition to coincide with the band’s recent North American headlining tour, Gus said, “We have thought about it but it goes back to the politics with our label. This was our last album for Century Media and unless you’re signed for a long-term contract, they aren’t going to do much for you. So for FIREWIND,, this time around, there wasn’t any creative marketing behind the album. It’s sad, because I do feel that it’s our best album to date and the fans absolutely love it. Unfortunately, there could have better promotion and Century Media should have waited a few months to release it, but that’s record label politics for you.”"Days Of Defiance” landed at position No. 53 on the Top New Artist Albums (Heatseekers) chart, which lists the best-selling albums by new and developing artists, defined as those who have never appeared in the Top 100 of The Billboard 200. The CD was released in North America on October 26, 2010 (one day earlier internationally) via Century Media Records. Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Free Shpping Cheap Jerseys Paypal Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys From China Wholesale Jerseys China

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    Due to “unforeseen circumstances,” singer Tim “Ripper” Owens (JUDAS PRIEST, ICED EARTH, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN) will not be able to join his bandmates in DIO DISCIPLES on the Monsters Of Rock cruise,, which will embark on its second voyage March 16 and return four days later. Departing from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, this cruise will visit the private island of CocoCay,, plus Nassau,, Bahamas with a rockin’ bonus day at sea. Ripper says: “I am still in [DIO DISCIPLES] and we will be celebrating the great [Ronnie James Dio] this summer in South America!!!” Filling in for Owens in DIO DISCIPLES on the Monsters Of Rock cruise will be former YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, ROYAL HUNT and ULI JON ROTH vocalist Mark Boals. DIO DISCIPLES is the group which pays tribute to legendary heavy metal singer Ronnie James Dio (BLACK SABBATH, RAINBOW,, DIO, HEAVEN & HELL) and is fully supported by Dio’s widow/manager, Wendy Dio. In addition to Owens, DIO DISCIPLES’ current lineup includes Scott Warren (DIO, HEAVEN & HELL) on keyboards, Oni Logan (LYNCH MOB) on vocals, Craig Goldy (DIO) on guitar, Bjorn Englen (YNGWIE MALMSTEEN) on bass and Simon Wright (AC/DC,, DIO, RHINO BUCKET,, UFO) on drums.Goldy previously stated about DIO DISCIPLES: “After Ronnie’s passing and a lengthy mourning period, Wendy Dio and the band that was left behind have decided it was time to honor and keep the memory and legacy of Ronnie James Dio alive in the most respectful way possible! “There is something special that happens when a group of people gather together with the same heart, mind and spirit as one another… and that is what happens every night we (the DIO DISCIPLES) perform! I never know when… but I know that it will happen because it always does… some time during the concert, the audience and the band connect and become as one! “And with the large speaker system, lights and special performances by past members of AC/DC, JUDAS PRIEST, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN and LYNCH MOB… you don’t want to rely on all the crappy little cell phone recordings that look and sound like shit posted on YouTube! “I’ve never lied about anything to any DIO fan and I’m not about to start now! Every time we perform there’s always several very special moments that just can’t be defined into words! You just have to trust me and come experience it for yourselves! And I hope you do!” Wholesale Jerseys From China Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Free Shpping Cheap Jerseys Paypal Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys China

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    – released on $200,000 bailChief Magistrate Ann McLennan set bail to the tune of $200,000 for an 18-year-old,, accused of breakDenzel Edwardsand enter and larceny,, when he appeared yesterday in the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts.Denzel Edwards of Lot 56 West Front Road, Georgetown,, denied that he broke into the dwelling house of Carlon Barker and stole a quantity of items. The court was told that the accused carted off an iPad,, cell phone,, gas bottle and $75,,800 cash—all totaling $199, 800—property of Barker.Edwards,, who was unrepresented by an Attorney, was instructed to return to court on January 15. Police Prosecutor,, Corporal Deniro Jones did not reveal any facts of the matter to the court. However,, he stated that the complainant saw the defendant in his home and reported it to the police. He said that the stolen items were not recovered. Shayne Corson Jersey Brett Hull Jersey Sergei Bobrovsky Jersey Mike Gartner Jersey Brian Elliott Jersey David Backes Jersey Kari Lehtonen Jersey Patrik Berglund Jersey Robert Bortuzzo Jersey

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    A stalled wind farm project that would have added over 25 megawatts of additional power to the national grid is back on track with Government yesterday announcing that it has granted approval.Businessman,,Lloyd SinghThe US$50M-plus project, which is being spearheaded by city businessman, Lloyd Singh and a number of other investors, will now see Government working to sign a power purchase agreement between the Guyana Power and Light Inc. (GPL) and the developer,, Guyana Windfarm Inc.During a press conference at his Kingston office yesterday, Minister of Public Infrastructure, David Patterson, disclosed that the Cabinet of Ministers has given its no objection to examine the proposal in detail.The review will be to ensure that the project, slated to be built at Hope Beach, East Coast Demerara, meet the required criteria.The developer will now commence discussions with GPL for the terms and conditions regarding the purchase of the power that will be generated.According to Patterson,, the proposal outlined 12-cents per kilowatt hour fee, with the investor already submitting documentations and assuring that financing has been secured.An artist’s impression of the 26Mw Wind Farm at Hope Beach, East Coast Demerara.The Ministry of Public Infrastructure will now proceed with due diligence with regard to the proposal, with a view of concretizing the deal.The project has been before the previous government of the People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C), with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) even publishing a notice giving persons 30 days to file objections.EPA had determined that the Guyana Windfarm Inc. is not required to submit an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA).In June last year, former Prime Minister Sam Hinds disclosed that Government is lending its support behind the ambitious project which could become operational in as little as a year after construction starts.But there was little word after then about the project until now.It was reported that the developer, through GoldWind of China, is planning to install 10 turbines, each capable of producing 2.5Mw.GoldWind is rated at least third in the world in the establishment of wind-farms. Already, Hinds had said, Republic Bank has offered to support the project with a US$2M loan.The Hope Beach project is a Build,, Own, Operate,, Transfer (BOOT) model with a useful life of about 20 years.The Hope Beach project had been one in the making for a while.In 2000,, the Caribbean Development Bank financed an engineering survey of the potential of wind along the coast for the large-scale production of electricity.Delta Caribbean of Curacao which had established a wind-farm in Curacao – had shown interest. But the company could not close financing and pulled out in 2006.Guyana Wind-Farm Inc is partially owned by Lloyd Singh,, the main principal in International Pharmaceutical Agency Group, a supplier of drugs to Government.Guyana would badly want additional, cheaper power as several new housing schemes and a number of new industries continue to spring up, spurring an increased demand for power.The country is heavily dependent on imported oil to meet its energy needs.The previous administration has been pinning hopes on a 165-megawatt (MW) hydro electric project at Amaila Falls, Region Eight to meet demands.However, that project has been shelved by the new administration which cited high costs,, among other things after the US developer,, Sithe Global, pulled out.This was after the National Assembly remained divided on key legislation that was critical to the funding of the US$840M-plus project.GPL using the cheaper, heavy fuel oil is reportedly generating at around 18 US cents per kilowatt. (Leonard Gildarie) Pierre Turgeon Jersey Bryan Bickell Jersey Brian Sutter Jersey Pierre Pilote Jersey Niklas Hjalmarsson Jersey Brandon Dubinsky Jersey Darcy Kuemper Jersey Andrew Desjardins Jersey Teuvo Teravainen Jersey

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    The Association of Regional Chambers of Commerce (ARCC) and the Berbice Chamber of Commerce and Development Association (BCCDA) have welcomed the reduction in fuel prices as announced by the Minister of Finance.According to the ARCC in a press statement,, this reduction will greatly assist the various business sectors of Guyana and the relief to each household should be tremendous.“ARCC calls on its member Chambers to ensure that the businesses within their catchment areas pass on these savings to the end users,, especially those in the transportation sectors. Since every mechanism of business within society directly depends on some type of fuel for its operation,, ARCC is confident that the relief from the reductions will channel its way to everyone and looks forward to the highly anticipated reduction in consumers’ utility bills,,” the Chambers stated.“While demand will cause other suppliers to re-look at their prices,, we hope that they will consciously make the price changes for the benefit of all stakeholders. We appreciate that Government will constantly try to re-look at the ways and means it can adjust its policies so that every Guyanese benefit whenever situations such as these occur in our economies,, and to continue to work with all private sector bodies on issues that will greatly improve the livelihood of all Guyanese.”The Berbice Chamber also noted that fuel savings will certainly help to boost all other industries,, and bring much relief to the consumers,, especially with their utility bills.“We call on all to ensure that these savings are passed on to the final consumers in every business circle and the other fuel players in the market to follow suit. We note also Government’s intentions of constantly re-looking at the prices on the local market with what is happening on the world markets.” Sergei Bobrovsky Jersey Darcy Kuemper Jersey Ales Hemsky Jersey Matt Dumba Jersey Jaromir Jagr Jersey Vladimir Tarasenko Jersey J. T. Miller Team North America Jersey Andrew Shaw Jersey

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    Less than a week after Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) was sent off on administrative leave to allow for a forensic audit of the hospital’s procurement bond, the Director of Nursing Services (Matron), who he had months earlier terminated, was reinstated.The reportedly reinstated Matron,, Sister Collene Hicks, in the company of a supportive senior nursing official.According to a statement issued by the hospital last week, the hospital’s CEO, Mr. Michael Khan, was sent off on administrative leave. The leave became effective last week Wednesday (September 9, 2015).Minister of Health,, Dr. George Norton,, had informed that “generally if we are doing an investigation, if who we are investigating might be considered to be impeding the investigation, we generally would send them on leave.”Acting in the capacity of CEO is Mr. Alan Johnson who formerly headed the New Amsterdam Hospital.However, things reportedly got even more interesting at the GPHC on Monday. This publication was reliably informed that a letter was issued to the terminated Director of Nursing Services, Sister Collene Hicks, to resume normal duties.Hicks was appointed to the position of Director of Nursing Services on March 16, 2015 but was terminated on June 15, 2015 when her probation period would have matured.Khan had premised his termination decision on “gross insubordination” on the part of Hicks. The decision had however sparked outrage among some nursing staff who initially engaged protest action to retaliate the decision.Despite a move by Khan to circulate a memo of the termination decision, Hicks refused to acknowledge the letter of termination that was presented to her, and based on the advice of the Guyana Public Service Union (GPSU), which had vowed to represent her, had remained on the job.Reports are that Hicks was able to retain the support of some nurses since she was issued with the letter of termination, a state of affairs that resulted in a breakdown of the delivery of nursing services at the hospital, this publication was told.In an attempt to officially put an end to the controversial situation,, a few weeks ago the locks of the door of the Director of Nursing Services office were changed.This publication was informed that a decision was taken at the level of the hospital’s administration to change the locks on the door of the Director of Nursing Services.Hicks’s continued inability to access the office saw her informing officials of the GPSU who turned up at the public hospital to launch an investigation last month into the development.The CEO of the hospital was unreachable then, but according to GPSU’s Senior Industrial Relations Officer,, Dennis English, the way forward in addressing such situations is to “follow guiding principles and procedures and we have done that…We have made significant representation and definitely we are not happy that the matter is still not resolved.”English had disclosed, too,, that since the hospital CEO opted to not respond to a letter from the Union to rescind the termination decision,, the GPSU had taken its concerns to higher authority. He was making reference to a meeting between the GSPU and President David Granger where the matter was raised and a decision was taken for Minister of State, Joseph Harmon, to look into the matter.“It was public knowledge that we have gone beyond the CEO… We have written to the CEO who has shown little or no regard by not responding to our correspondence,” said English who lamented the ‘lock changing’ development.“The locking of the door to the Matron’s office has put a whole other spin to the matter and because of that, among other things, we are here….” English had stated.“All along she has been reporting for duty…so definitely we have to address this and as we speak, we have already made representation in that regard,,” English assured, as he expressed hope that “good sense will prevail.”Hicks, despite being locked out of the office, continued to report for duty each day but instead, started utilizing a secretarial desk just outside the Director of Nursing Services office.While this publication was able to confirm that Hicks at the start of this week was furnished with a letter advising her that she should return to duty,, it was not clear who authorized the decision.This publication was however reliably informed that “the decision came from the top.”When contacted yesterday, officials of both the GPSU and the GPHC were tight-lipped on the issue and calls to Hicks went unanswered. Andrew Desjardins Jersey Jonathan Drouin Team North America Jersey Jake Allen Jersey Sean Couturier Team North America Jersey Dennis Rasmussen Jersey Pierre Turgeon Jersey Doug Gilmour Jersey Keith Magnuson Jersey Jaromir Jagr Jersey

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    After an altercation between relatives an injured Gowkaran Gouridat,, 45,, called ‘Veno’ of DeHoop,, Mahaica,, East Coast Demerara,, the man succumbed at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) in the wee hours of Saturday morning.Relatives told this publication last Sunday,, that Gouridat had an altercation with his uncle and he was attacked with a pipe and beaten. A cousin and two nephews then also joined in beating and further attacked him senselessly.Gouridat was taken to the Mahaicony Cottage Hospital where he was treated and sent away. However,, the following day he began ‘vomiting blood’ and was then rushed to the GPHC where he was admitted the same day.Relatives are calling on the police to investigate the circumstances surrounding Gouridat’s demise. Antoine Roussel Jersey John Gibson Team North America Jersey Jonas Brodin Jersey Jay Bouwmeester Jersey Cody Eakin Jersey Shayne Gostisbehere Team North America Jersey Robert Bortuzzo Jersey

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    Four Canadians landed at the Ogle Airport on Friday last in a private planeFrom left - Indranauth Harralsingh,, of Guyana’s Tourism Industry; Mr. and Mrs. Durken, and Mr. and Mrs. Norman.– representing a new avenue for tourism in the country’s fledgling industry.Persons have been known to take private planes and travel the world – It has just not caught on here. With Friday’s landing,, the Ministry of Tourism hopes a new and exciting way of attracting more tourists to these shores would develop.Mr. & Mrs. Norman and Mr. and Mrs. Durken – the Canadian tourists – are here on a three day vacation.Durken,, who is a member of the Buttonville Flying Club,, told the media that there were supposed to be nine private planes landing Friday but because of “circumstances the others had to cancel. We continued to plan the trip here.”When asked why he chose to come here,, Durken said that he was influenced by two persons who are originally from Guyana.“One of the members who were organizing the trip before is from Guyana and another pilot I know is from here (Guyana) as well and he was organizing the Guyana part of the trip,,” Durken explained.The touring couples who left Grenada to come to here said that their first journey was to the Kaieteur Falls,, yesterday.On Monday they will be leaving to continue their journey into St. Lucia.The Director of Guyana Tourism Authority,, Indranauth Harralsingh,, said that they want to encourage flying clubs from various parts of the world to come to Guyana and enjoy a “hearty welcome.” That in a sense will make them want to “spread the word” thus assist in developing the country.He added that they are working with the Yacht Association of Trinidad and Tobago to encourage yachts to come to Guyana as well as small planes. (Romila Boodram) Jake Allen Jersey Jason Zucker Jersey Brian Bellows Jersey Scott Hartnell Jersey Jay Bouwmeester Jersey Corey Crawford Jersey Patrick Sharp Jersey Thomas Vanek Jersey Pierre Turgeon Jersey

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    Tourism will be the sole item facing the Conference of Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) as the working sessions of the 29th Meeting get underway today at the Hibiscus Room of the Jolly Beach Resort in Bolans,, Antigua and Barbuda.This was the information released by the CARICOM Secretariat yesterday.Eleven of the Heads of Government of the Member States of CARICOM, and four of the Heads of Government of the Associate Members will focus on matters related to Tourism,, the single largest contributor to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the Community.This one-day focus on Tourism was agreed to at the 19th Inter-Sessional Meeting of the Conference at Nassau, The Bahamas in March.The leaders will discuss the issues identified by a task force presided over by Senator Allan Chastenet,, Minister of Tourism and Civil Aviation of Saint Lucia, as they search for options to enhance regional tourism in the context of current international trends. These trends include rising prices of food and fuel, and cutbacks in routes by airlines.Over the course of the three-day meeting,, the Heads of Government will have an exchange of views with Felipe Perez Roque,, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cuba; Kamalesh Sharma,, Secretary-General of the Commonwealth,, and Jose Miguel Insulza,, Secretary-General of the Organisation of American States (OAS).These discussions are being held against the background of three upcoming summit meetings, the first of which is scheduled for Havana with the President of Cuba in December 2008. The Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting and the Summit of the Americas are both scheduled to be held in Trinidad and Tobago in 2009.The Heads of Government are expected to discuss plans for the CARICOM/Spain Summit scheduled for July 11 in Madrid; the CARICOM/Canada Summit scheduled for the last quarter of 2008; the African Union Diaspora Summit scheduled for10th October 2008 in South Africa,, and a meeting of regional and sub-regional integration groupings of Latin America and the Caribbean to be held in Brazil in December.The meeting will end on Friday with a ceremony at the Sandals Grande Hotel, marking the 35th Anniversary of CARICOM. Elfrid Payton Magic Jersey Raptors Jersey Patrick Ewing Team USA Jersey DeMar DeRozan Team USA Jersey Kyle Lowry Raptors Jersey Kevin Love Team USA Jersey Kyrie Irving Team USA Jersey Evan Fournier Magic Jersey Draymond Green Team USA Jersey

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    A Guyanese man who was wanted by the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) in connection with a multi-million dollar mortgage fraud has been nabbed. Ishwardat ‘Danny’ Raghunath was taken into custody on Wednesday. Investigators reportedly received a tip that led them to East New York,, in Brooklyn, where they took him in. The details of exactly where he was when caught were not given.The 46-year-old is accused of masterminding a US$7 million mortgage scam in New York.He allegedly recruited straw buyers with good credit ratings to purchase homes in Queens,, Brooklyn and the Bronx and promised them that in exchange for a US$5,000 fee for using their names,, the buyers were promised that they would not have to make payments on these “investment opportunities”.Raghunath submitted bogus mortgage applications to lenders, inflating the sales price of the properties,, then deposited the loan money in a bank account he controlled. After several months the mortgage payments stopped, and the lenders brought foreclosure actions against the buyers.Two others arraigned allegedly involved in the fraud – Halal Ahmed,, 40,, of the Bronx,, and Phyllis Seemongal,, 49,, of Queens – were arraigned on bank and wire fraud charges last week. Raptors Jersey Klay Thompson Team USA Jersey Evan Fournier Magic Jersey C.J. Watson Magic Jersey David Robinson Team USA Jersey Jonas Valanciunas Raptors Jersey Penny Hardaway Magic Jersey Custom Wizards Jersey Clyde Drexler Team USA Jersey

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    – Second lawyer recuses selfThe murder trial of 52-year-old Charles Albert called Charles Greaves,, has been adjourned again.The trial was expected to get underway yesterday in the Berbice High Court before Justice Dawn Gregory and a mixed jury. Yesterday’s adjournment was because the second lawyer who had been assigned to the matter has recused himself from the trial.Attorney at law Raymond Ally yesterday told the court that he will no longer be conducting the trial for the defence. The matter has been adjourned to tomorrow for the accused to get another lawyer or the case may have to be aborted.Earlier attorney at law Joewair Misir had recused himself from the matter after indicating that he would not be able to continue the trial, because he would be out of the jurisdiction.State prosecutor attorney at law Renita Singh had only read the indictment and the mixed jury was sworn in.Greaves,, a former security guard of the Mayor and Town Council,, Corriverton, and of Scottsburg,, Corentyne,, Berbice,, is alleged to have killed his daughter Rowletta Onica Greaves,, 32,, on December 12,, 2011 Team USA Basketball Jersey DeMarcus Cousins Team USA Jersey Ramon Sessions Wizards Jersey Bruno Caboclo Raptors Jersey Raptors Jersey NBA Store Elfrid Payton Magic Jersey Allen Iverson Team USA Jersey Terrence Ross Raptors Jersey


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    Government Member of Parliament Anil Nandlall yesterday reminded media operatives that the State has a right to respond to the arson attempt on the High Court, a Secondary School and two Police Stations, with lethal force.Nandlall was at the time speaking during a press briefing held by the Bar Association in conjunction with the Women’s Lawyers Association.The President of the Bar Association Teni Housty quickly distanced himself from the notion that was raised by Nandlall,, saying that the association in no way supports the use of lethal force.Nandlall in his sentiments said stated that the attacks must be looked at in the light that they were not coincidental in any way and that the High Court and Divisional headquarters of the Police Force were deliberate attacks.He noted that the attack on the school was also be taken into account,, in that the terrorist group wanted to attack the very foundation of the country.Meanwhile the People’s Progressive Party’s General Secretary Donald Ramotar yesterday issued a statement condemning the attacks adding that the “Terrorist Group seems to have been emboldened by the sustained attacks by the opposition parties and a section of the media on institutions of the State.” Ramotar in his statement said that the gang that imposed its reign of terror in the wee hours of Wednesday morning, appears to be remnants of the earlier gang that had been broken up by the security.“The same intellectual authors based locally and overseas are clearly bent on upsetting the calm in our society to advance their narrow political agenda.”He stated that the modus operandi is reminiscent of the attack on the Ministry of Health and, “the PPP wishes to urge the security forces to keep focused in their efforts of catching the group and bringing them to justice before they create any more mayhem reminiscent of the recent event.”Alliance For Change Leader Raphael Trotman, in response to what Ramotar and Nandlall had stated,, said that his party condemns violence in all forms and regrets the loss of life and property that resulted from the recent attack by a gang against the police, the high court and school.He opined that it is a lame and irresponsible statement made by Ramotar to say that criminals are emboldened by the opposition and sections of the media.“It is the government’s disregard for the rule of law,, the Parliament and the people and its unwillingness to create space that are causing the problems we face today…It is the dismissing of torture claims as “roughing up”,, refusing to investigate Lindo Creek,, Roger Khan, Ramsammy, GPL to name a few.”He added also that, “we have to remember that the security forces were unleashed to rein terror and images of Dweive Ramdass and the Leonora youth have now choked people to the point of revulsion.He added also that the government cancelled the security sector reform plan and has no meaningful interest in seeing an improvement in the security climate. “Blaming others is a coward’s way of reasoning,,” Trotman stated. Wholesale NFL Jerseys


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    Investigators from the Guyana Police Force (GPF)’s Major Crimes Unit have taken over the case of a 24-year-old man who was shot dead during an alleged robbery at 16 Miles,, Bartica last Tuesday and then buried in a shallow grave.Abraham Mohamed Khan of Third Avenue,, Bartica was slain around 18:000 hrs while he and a colleague were on their way to Bartica with gold they had ‘washed down’ from their camp earlier in the day.The colleague who has been identified as Albert Junior Abrams was released from police custody on Saturday.According to information,, the two men were on their way to Bartica on an ATV when two gunmen came out of the bushes and opened fire at them.The ATV that was recoveredDead: Abraham Mohamed KhanKhan, who was the rider,, allegedly fell off the bike after a bullet struck him to the neck.According to reports,, the survivor claimed that the two bandits collected the bag with gold and tied him up to a tree.“He claimed that when they tied him in the bush, he hear when they leave on the ATV. He said that a lil while later,, they come back and loose he,” a police source said.The source further explained that the bandits untied him and told him to continue his journey on foot.Kaieteur News was told that the ATV, in which the men allegedly escaped on,, was found abandoned the following day about six miles from Bartica.Investigators are said to be double checking the story provided by the survivor.Both men were working with a gold miner identified as Roy Kissoon. Wholesale NFL Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys


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    – Industry in dire straits,, requires drastic remedies – Nigel Hughes By Gary EleazarIf it is a case where the best talent required to rescue the ailing Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo) cannot be located locally, then resorting to overseas personnel cannot be ruled out.This is the opinion of newly-elected Chairman of the Alliance for Change (AFC) Attorney-at-Law Nigel Hughes, who has weighed in with his personal view on the recent Parliamentary revelation by Agriculture Minister Dr. Leslie Ramsammy as it relates to arrangements in place for GuySuCo’s Board Chairman.Alliance for Change (AFC) Chairman Nigel HughesThe information was made available to Parliament as a result of a request by Dr. Rupert Roopnaraine,, who holds the shadow Agriculture portfolio for A Partnership for National Unity (APNU).Dr. Ramsammy had informed the House that GuySuCo buys a return ticket every month for its Chairman, Dr Rajendra Singh, who is based in New Jersey. The Agriculture Minister said that Dr. Singh is flown into Guyana every month,, on an economy class ticket,, and his hotel accommodation and other expenses are met by GuySuCo.Hughes, in weighing in on the matter,, opined that “GuySuCo is in such dire straits, if it is that the Chairman can only be recruited from overseas and has to be flown in on a monthly basis,, then justification would be evident in the performance of the industry”.Hughes stressed that the Chairman of the Board of Directors for the cash-strapped entity has to be operating within specific guidelines and deadlines. He said that the company is at a point where practicing fiscal responsibility and bringing back the company to economic viability has to be of utmost importance.Unaware of all the factors that have led to the recruitment of and arrangements for Dr Singh,, Hughes noted that he would be unable to say if it is exorbitant or not.At the time of the revelation by Dr Ramsammy in parliament last Thursday, Opposition Parliamentarian Volda Lawrence had sought to inquire whether there are qualified persons residing in Guyana who could do the job, stressing that Dr. Singh has been on the board for many years.As such Ramsammy retorted that President Donald Ramotar is slated to name a new board to oversee the operations of GuySuCo by the end of the year.The Corporation’s biggest headache is the Skeldon Estate, which was commissioned in August 2009 at a cost of US$181 million, but has failed to live up to expectations.Originally, GuySuCo had put US$70 million into the project, according to Minister Ramsammy.Now, the Corporation is looking to spend US$8 million to fix various faults at the estate.Opposition parties had called for the board of GuySuCo to be replaced with professionals so the industry could be better managed. Wholesale NFL Jerseys China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Supply


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    By Michael Jordan(Part Two)When we returned from the Blacka, keeping the fish I’d caught was the last thing on my mind. Max didn’t want them either, so we gave them to Old Skeets, who was watering his plants when we passed his home.Old Skeets grinned and said: “These gun eat good with bread when the Mistress fry dem dry.”I washed off with soap and Dettol at the pipe in Max’s yard before going home.Mommy was listening to the radio. Dad was out. I didn’t feel very hungry, so I went to bed early.I lay there, tossing in bed, unable to sleep; and then it grew dark, a full moon was out—and I was at the Blacka, at the spot where Maxie and I had stared into the eyes of the huge fish. I was terrified, because I sensed that something was about to happen.I became aware of an overpowering, fishy rank that was yet somehow pleasant. But I was not alone. A naked girl with waist-long, water-drenched black hair sat on a tree that had fallen into the water. 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It was beginning to heal, but the tightening skin had pulled the left side of her mouth upwards into a demented grin that reminded me of ‘The Joker’ in the Batman comic books. She probably saw my revulsion, because her green eyes narrowed and her hands went up to hide the scar.She snarled something at the man. I recoiled as they suddenly plunged off the fallen tree and began to slither like eels up the side of the dam towards me. I stood there, unable to run, unable to scream…I awoke trembling, and kept the light on for the rest of the night; but when morning came, the dream was still on my mind.After I got up, I started on some of my chores. I was sweeping the front yard when Max came over. At first I thought that maybe he wanted us to go fishing again,, but the moment I looked at him I knew that something was wrong. Tears streamed down his face. 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    On Friday November 21, 2008, the African Cultural and Development Association (ACDA) launched the Mentorship dimension of its IDB Youth Leadership Programme that is jointly funded by the Inter American Development Bank.The launching, which was held at the ACDA’s Thomas Lands office,, was launched with Rhonda Johnson and Debra Boodie of Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company spearheading the proceedings.This launch was the culmination of several activities that began with a three-day Youth Forum that began on September 8 with discussions on Social Inclusion,, Career Planning,, Self Esteem, and Community Service.These activities culminated with two documents that would be shared by each mentor as a basis of understanding the needs, growth areas and attitudes of each youth to particular issues facing them.The overall goal of this mentorship programme is to assist the young leaders ‘to empower themselves educationally, culturally, economically, politically and socially’.Part of the process leading up to this moment in the programme was the viewing and discussion of three films, ‘The Secret’ , ‘500 Years After’ and ‘Freedom Writers’. Through these films, the young leaders were guided through introspection and asked to reflect on their current lives and lifestyles and their future dreams.At the launch,, Programme Director, Eric Phillips, said that each mentor is being carefully selected to ensure maximum benefit to the Young Leaders and the chosen mentor. Each mentor is provided with guidelines which include a sheet entitled “characteristics of a good mentor”.It is expected that by the end of the month each of the thirty Youth Leaders will be assigned to a mentor. Both Rhonda Johnson and Debra Boodie made presentations to the group on what they do and how they plan to be mentors.GT&T has been one of the first corporate entities to volunteer to participate in the program and has been very supportive of the entire IDB sponsored initiative.Three of the young leaders,, one each from Agricola, Buxton and Albouystown,, are being provided mentors by GT&T. Other companies associated with the venture include Guyana Goldfields, the Guyana Defense Force, Ming’s Products and Services,, and many prominent individuals.Currently the Young Leaders are involved in classes in the areas of Leadership and Intercommunity Dialogue; Health and Healthy Lifestyles; Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management ; and of course, Agriculture /Environmental Management. (Alex Wayne) Wholesale NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys Supply


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    The housing sector’s premier building show has been suspended as the new administration moves to revamp it.Minister within the Ministry of Communities, Keith Scott,, who has direct responsibility for housing, yesterday confirmed reports that the International Building Expo, scheduled for early August, has been postponed.“We will definitely be hosting it. However,, we need to ensure that it is serving its purpose. From initial assessments, we find that the concept is solid. However, we believe more can be done.”Scott said he is meeting with his staffers and coordinators to map the way forward to ensure the exposition is not just a big lime.“It should be a meeting place for consumers and suppliers. For deals to be made. There is so much more that can be done. We are looking into this.”The annual expo, held at the National Stadium,, Providence, was launched in 2010 by former Housing Minister, Irfaan Ali, and has been drawing crowds.It involves hardware suppliers, service providers like Banks, Insurance Companies and Contractors.The former Housing Ministry, now under the Ministry of Communities, had been planning for the event to be held from August 7-9th under the theme, “Modernisation through Innovative Planning and Investment”.The International Building Expo set for August has been suspended.The Ministry said that the International Building Expo is a “unique partnership” between the Government of Guyana, specifically the Ministry of Housing and Water, Central Housing and Planning Authority, the private sector and stakeholders in the housing, construction and other sectors related to housing and urban development.“At this year’s event,, the Ministry will be aiming to consolidate and expand the various partnerships that have been established over the years,, as it seeks to maintain the momentum in the housing, construction and other sectors involved in housing development, with the objective of securing and ensuring sustainable development in Guyana,,” the Housing Ministry’s website stated.The housing sector has been spurring phenomenal growth in recent years as the previous Government released lands for homes.However, lands have been running out in the high demand areas like the East Bank Demerara and on the East Coast.The sector has been creating more jobs for contractors,, truck drivers, banks, hardware suppliers and a host of other service providers. Wholesale NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys

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    Vocalist Apollo Papathanasio has left Greek melodic metallers FIREWIND and has been temporarily replaced by American singer Kelly Sundown Carpenter (pictured below; BEYOND TWILIGHT,, OUTWORLD, DARKOLOGY,, ADAGIO).Even though Papathanasio has been temporarily replaced for some touring activities in the past,, he has appeared on all FIREWIND releases since 2006’s “Allegiance” album and the band’s upcoming live CD will feature recordings from his recent final shows with the group. Commented FIREWIND: “Today we are in the unfortunate position to announce that Apollo has decided to step down permanently from the vocal duties in FIREWIND. “For the past few years,, it was evident that Apollo could not keep up with FIREWIND’s ever-growing and demanding touring and promotional schedule. Several times we’ve had to recruit replacements in order to continue touring the world and keep playing for our fans. We’re lucky enough to have worked with some of the best metal singers out there! “Although we’re sad to announce Apollo’s departure and we sure will miss him, at the same time we feel that the show must go on! “FIREWIND is a band that has gone through lots of ups and downs the past 10 years, but is still going strong! With that said, we’re happy to announce that Kelly Sundown Carpenter will be singing for us on the upcoming North American tour with TURISAS! This guy’s a phenomenal singer and we can’t wait to get out there and rock!”We’re looking forward to our return in America. See you all soon!”FIREWIND — which features in its ranks current OZZY OSBOURNE guitarist Gus G. (real name: Kostas Karamitroudis) — will kick off the “Guards Of Glory - North American Tour 2013” with TURISAS and STOLEN BABIES on February 2 in Jacksonville, Florida.FIREWIND successfully wrapped up the calendar year 2012 with four packed club shows in their native Greece (two nights in Thessaloniki and two nights in Athens),, commencing the celebration of the band’s 10th anniversary. Additionally,, and right before the end-of-the-year festivities,, FIREWIND entered the studio in order to mix recordings from last year’s “Few Against Many” tour for an upcoming live album, to be released before the summer. FIREWIND’s new album, “Few Against Many”, entered the official chart in Greece at No. 42 and in Germany at No. 90. Released in Europe on May 21,, 2012 via Century Media Records and in North America on May 22 through DisManic,, Inc. via eOne Distribution, the CD was mixed by Jason Suecof and Eyal Levi at Audiohammer Studios (TRIVIUM, ALL THAT REMAINS, DEATH ANGEL) in Sanford, Florida. Lee Nguyen Jersey Kolten Wong Cardinals Jersey china nfl jerseys cheap nfl jerseys DeMar DeRozan USA Jersey Lyle Alzado Raiders Jersey Cheap Jerseys From China Justin Grimm Cubs Jersey


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    … Kaieteur News pressmen killingsTroy Bacon, the final prosecution witness who the police are seeking to help complete the preliminary inquiry into the Kaieteur Killings has placed the case in limbo.Bacon has failed to appear in court for the past two months even though he was served with a summons. An arrest warrant was also issued for Bacon by the presiding magistrate, Nigel Hawke,, at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court.When the matter was called again this week,, Bacon again failed to attend court,, forcing the matter to be adjourned to July 29.On the last occasion,, Inspector Trevor Reid had given evidence in chief about the matter.The inspector spoke about his role in the investigation and subsequent arrests of the defendants. He was crossed examined by Police Prosecutor,, Hugh Winter. Reexamination was declined by attorney at law Compton Richardson.A police corporal also gave evidence in chief about five post mortem examinations which were conducted by Chief Pathologist, Dr. Bridgemohan.The corporal told the court that he was given a detailed report about the cause of death of each of the five pressmen.Cross examination was done by Police Prosecutor Robert Tyndall. Reexamination was declined by defence lawyer Compton Richardson. The post mortem reports were then tendered into evidence.On trial for the murders are Dwight Da Silva, Quincy Evans, “Nasty-man” a juvenile. Jermaine “Skinny” Charles, now deceased,, had also been charged for the murders. He was killed in a confrontation with the police at Kuru Kururu last August.After a number of adjournments over the past year,, the PI recommenced earlier this month. Wholesale NFL Jerseys China Wholesale NFL Jerseys


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    Some 30 single mothers living in and around Bartica are soon to benefit from the Ministry of Labour,, Human Services and Social Security’s Single Parent Training programme.According to Ms. Genevieve Blackman,, Acting Chief Executive Officer of the Board of Industrial Training,, the programme is scheduled to commence in Bartica within another week.Ms. Blackman said the training will be done in the areas of catering,, cosmetology and garment construction.The programme is expected to run for a period of six months—three months for the practical training and the other three months for theoretical training. In addition the participants will be taught the basics in English, Mathematics,, basic life skills and micro enterprising. On completion of the programme the participant will receive certificates for their different courses.Ms. Blackman said that if these participants after they would have completed training are interested in establishing their own small business they will be introduced to the Women Of Worth programme.The training programme will run from Mondays to Fridays. However the Ministry is yet to find suitable locations where the training sessions will be held.So far the programme has been successfully implemented in all the other administrative regions with the exception of Region Eight.In 2008, Government invited a number of single parents across Guyana to get registered. This enabled the drafting of a single parent database register.Under Women Of Worth,, GBTI is making available $500 million to single parent women, where they would have access to as much as $250,000 to start up a business or expand an already established business.All sums borrowed attract an interest rate of six percent per annum and for sums over $200,000 there is a six-month moratorium on repayments. Sums under $200,,000 attract a three-month moratorium on repayment.The maximum period for repayment is 24 months and no collateral is required for the access to WOW financing.The WOW project was officially launched by President Bharrat Jagdeo on June 4 at the Guyana International Conference Centre (GICC).Recently, 13 single parents, who are the first set of beneficiaries drawn from different parts of the country, received individual cheques of varying sums. Wholesale NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys

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    A one-minute trailer for “Koi No Yokan”,, the seventh studio album from Sacramento,, California’s DEFTONES, can be seen below. The group worked again with producer Nick Raskulinecz, who helmed 2010’s “Diamond Eyes” and has also worked on albums by RUSH and FOO FIGHTERS.Due on November 13,, “Koi No Yokan” will feature the following track listing:01. Swerve City02. Romantic Dreams03. Leathers04. Poltergeist05. Entombed06. Graphic Nature07. Tempest08. Gauze09. Rosemary10. Goon Squad11. What Happened To You?DEFTONES has tapped Christopher Mills (MODEST MOUSE, INTERPOL) to direct the video for “Tempest”. The clip will make its online debut during the coming days.Speaking to AOL’s Noisecreep,, DEFTONES frontman Chino Moreno stated about the songwriting process for “Koi No Yokan”,, “We were coming out of a tough time,, obviously,, and our goal was to kind of rebuild what we created over all the years. I felt like we had to prove ourselves. We’d taken so much time between records, had some inner turmoil,, and our records were starting to get pieced together versus really being created together,, so for us it was a chance to get back to basics. We didn’t have an idea of what sort of style we wanted. We just came in fired up and motivated to do something great. It was all very positive. We had more songs than ever, tons of ideas.” China Jerseys Deion Sanders Cowboys Jersey Dino Ciccarelli Jersey Brian Elliott Jersey Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping Wholesale Stitched Jerseys Russell Westbrook Team USA Jersey Cheap Miami Marlins Jersey Jerseys Jaromir Jagr Rangers Jersey

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    Brazil’s Wikimetal podcast recently conducted an interview with JUDAS PRIEST guitarist Glenn Tipton. You can now stream the podcast using the audio player below. (Note: The Tipton interview begins around the 11-minute mark.)Wikimetal podcast (audio): As previously reported, JUDAS PRIEST will guest on the nationally syndicated radio show “Rockline” with host Bob Coburn on Wednesday, October 5 at 8:30 p.m. PT / 11:30 p.m. ET. Fans are encouraged to speak with JUDAS PRIEST by calling 1-800-344-ROCK (7625). For more information,, visit PRIEST will launch the U.S. leg of its farewell world tour on October 12 in San Antonio and the band promises that it will go out with a bang. Singer Rob Halford said, “We’re pulling out all the stops. We’ve built a brand new stage set, we’ve got all the effects that people love us for the lasers, the fire, the bombs,, the smoke,, new costumes, and the bike. It’s just a full-on metal extravaganza.” Glenn Tipton added that the group will play something from each of its albums,, including a few numbers that have never been performed live before. “Obviously it’s the farewell world tour, so we’ve really gotta put a lot of the old favorites in there,” he said. “We got a lot of feedback from our web page, we requested what people really wanted to hear, so we put a set together based on that. Plus we’re playing at least one song from every album and we’re doing stuff that we haven’t played before, such as ‘Never Satisfied’, ‘Blood Red Skies’ and ‘Starbreaker’. So there’s a real mixed bag. Our mission, really,, was to play at least song off each album each year and we tried to pick the songs that everybody wanted to hear. Obviously they’ll always want ‘Painkiller’, they’ll always want ‘Hell bent For Leather’. We’ve got so many songs,, it’s really difficult to choose,, and somebody is always disappointed. [But] I think we’ve covered most of them.”As for whether this is really the end of JUDAS PRIEST’s touring days, Tipton said, “We don’t plan on retiring. We’ve said that this is our last world tour. It takes a chunk out of your life 18 months. We won’t be doing any more world tours as such and in many parts of the world,, it will be the last time people will get a chance to see us. But we’re not gonna stop. We’ve got an album in the can now,, we will start to write with Richie, there will be more albums, and who knows?! There might be a string of dates that we can manage to do. We’re just not gonna do another major world tour. We’ve been doing it for 40 years and it’s time to let the younger bands have the chance.” Danny DeKeyser Jersey Cheap NFL Jerseys China Marcus Kruger Jersey Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap MLB Jerseys Tracy McGrady USA Jersey Jack Ham Steelers Jersey cheap nfl jerseys black friday Chris Carpenter Cardinals Jersey


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    The Upper Corentyne Chamber of Commerce and Industry (UCCCI) has expressed great dissatisfaction with the most recent and ongoing spate of blackouts in their district.In a strongly worded statement issued yesterday,, the UCCCI said that the continuous blackouts not only affect the private sector in generating revenue and employment,, but more importantly they affect every single household in enjoying a much deserved better standard of living.“We believe that in these modern times and with the amount of funds, both generated and subsidized,, being invested into our power company,, the level of service must be of a much higher level,” the UCCCI said.Berbicians,, especially those in the Upper Corentyne area, have been experiencing this situation for months now with blackouts for almost an entire day at a time. To compound matters,, wherever there is blackout,, the supply of potable water is affected.According to the UCCCI, in the same way that the private sector would be run out of business for providing sloppy service that does not fully serve the needs of its clientele, “we urge GPL to cater more closely to the needs of its paying customers.” Wholesale Jerseys Supply

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    Alex “G-Unit” McGinnis of the “Flatliner” show,, which airs on the WODU station, conducted an interview with drummer Dave McClain of San Francisco Bay Area metallers MACHINE HEAD on July 30 during the 2011 Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival. You can now listen to the chat in the YouTube clip below.”Flatliner” is a college hard rock/heavy metal show that can been heard at Monday nights from 10 p.m. to midnight.MACHINE HEAD’s new album,, “Unto The Locust”,, will be made available on September 27 via the band’s longtime label Roadrunner Records. The CD was recorded at JingleTown Studios in Oakland, with frontman Robb Flynn producing, and it is sure to level anything and everything that happens upon its path. Flynn stated about the new album in an interview with the San Francisco Chronicle,, “I think we’ve really taken our music to the next level with this. We feel super-excited about it. I started taking some singing lessons with the guy who worked with Mick Jagger and Lady Gaga. And then I took some classical guitar. I wanted to feel like a beginner again and not be comfortable and see what that brought out. There’s definitely a big neoclassical vibe on the record between all the brutality.”Metal Hammer magazine will release “Unto The Locust” in the U.K. with a special-edition fan pack. Complete with 132page special issue with exclusive behind-the-scenes access to the making of the new album, extensive interviews with every member,, never-before-seen historic shots from the band’s personal collections, a guide to their custom rigs,, and a diary of their massive Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival tour happening this summer,, this is the ultimate companion to the long-awaited follow-up to “The Blackening”,, Metal Hammer’s “album of the decade.” And that’s not all. This exclusive fan pack also includes a 100% official patch,, sticker sheet and poster. This is your chance to be part of MACHINE HEAD history! Pre-order your copy of “Unto The Locust” at this location. Jeremy Roenick Jersey NFL Jerseys Supply cheap nfl jerseys Riley Sheahan Jersey Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic NFL Jerseys Cheap Jim Otto Raiders Jersey

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    Swedish/German extreme metallers ARCH ENEMY have amicably parted ways with guitarist Christopher Amott and have replaced him with 26-year-old American musician Nick Cordle (ARSIS). Christopher — the brother of ARCH ENEMY’s other guitarist Michael Amott — was a member of ARCH ENEMY from 1996 to 2005 and again from 2007 to 2011.Commented ARCH ENEMY in a statement: “We thank Christopher for the time he’s worked with the band and,, of course, wish him the very best in his future endeavors. Thankfully,, there is no drama behind the scenes here. This is the best way forward for all involved. Christopher simply isn’t into playing extreme metal anymore. We have already chosen and rehearsed with a new guitar player and we will complete the ‘Khaos Legions’ 2012 touring cycle as planned. We are highly motivated and look forward to continue spreading our music around the world! Finally,, our deepest thanks go to the ARCH ENEMY fans, whose amazing support and belief inspires us ever onward.”Added Michael Amott: “Nick was my first choice as he ticks all the right boxes for ARCH ENEMY with his musicality and technicality as well as his personality and dedication. [We are] looking forward to having him join us stage,, the rehearsals have shown we have a devastating twin axe attack going on!”Nick Cordle (pictured below) was raised in a musical family in Virginia by parents who teach classical piano and was immersed in 19th-century piano music as a child. Rachmaninoff, Brahms and Liszt are his early memories. There were piano and violin lessons from a very early age but a rebellious streak led to the guitar at the age of 10,, and within a few years he discovered the classic thrash metal albums by MEGADETH,, METALLICA,, and SLAYER. This was his first real musical passion and gateway into extreme music.Nick studied jazz and music theory at the University of Virginia from 2003 to 2007 but remains self taught in the ways of “shred” and metal. Shortly thereafter, he joined American death metal band ARSIS playing bass and guitar over a three-year period, performing with them on various European tours and countless gigs across the U.S., Canada,, and Mexico as well as performing and writing on their most recent album,, “Starve For The Devil” (2010). Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping Lassana Diarra Jersey James Harden Team USA Jersey Al Macinnis Jersey Wholesale NFL Jerseys Glenn Hall Jersey Mats Sundin Jersey

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    Police have captured a 22-year-old man, who has reportedly confessed that he beat Herstelling block-maker Nathan Persaud to death with a hammer.Nathan PersaudHe also confessed that he agreed to collect his $1.7M fee in installments when the job was done.Crime Chief Wendell Blanhum told Kaieteur News yesterday that police arrested Oswald Junior Yaw, called ‘Leow’, of East Ruimveldt Back Circle,, in an area in the city that detectives had staked out,, due to information they had received.He is likely to appear in court this week.CLIENT PROMISED TO SELL POOL TABLE TO RAISE FEEKaieteur News understands that Yaw has told police that the woman who had hired him to kill Persaud agreed to pay him $100,000 in weekly installments.He claimed that the client explained that she would raise the money by selling a pool table at her Diamond, East Bank Demerara establishment.The killer reportedly told detectives that he had planned to use some of the money “to pay a surprise visit to his girlfriend,” who is overseas.Last Thursday, he and his client reportedly traveled by minibus from Diamond, East Bank Demerara to Herstelling. According to the killer, the woman attempted to direct him to Nathan Persaud’s house, then instructed him to meet her in Georgetown. Yaw said that while she headed to the city in the bus,, he disembarked and headed to Persaud’s residence, at Lot 66 Herstelling New Housing Scheme. But from all reports,, he took some time to find Persaud’s home.Some Herstelling residents recalled that a strange man, whom they described as “red skin, about six feet tall with afro-hair style,” was in the area enquiring about Persaud’s address.VICTIM BEATEN WITH HAMMER AFTER FIGHTING BACKThe killer reportedly told police that when he eventually located Persaud’s house, the father of four was in his yard. He reportedly managed to lure the block-maker inside the house by asking to use Persaud’s washroom.“He said he didn’t want to kill him in the yard because he would be observed,,” a source said. “But as soon as they reached inside he hit Persaud in the head with a clay brick,” a source said. He also stabbed the block-maker behind the head.But when the wounded Persaud put up a fierce fight for his life, the killer reportedly “lashed him continuously on the head with a hammer until he was convinced that Persaud was dead.”The killer then left.Residents recalled hearing Persaud screaming in his two-bedroom apartment. Some claimed that they attempted to contact ranks at the Providence Police Station but no one answered the phone.Some neighbours said they later observed a “strange” man walking calmly out of the block maker’s yard while waving at a neighbour with a smile.According to reports, Yaw then caught a bus and headed to Georgetown to meet his client.At around 09.45 hrs,, residents found Nathan Persaud’s bloody corpse lying face down in the living room of his Lot 66 Herstelling home.The back of Persaud’s head was bashed in and detectives recovered a hammer, two knives and a piece of rock,, all of which had blood stains, from the immediate crime scene.Several valuables in the dead man’s apartment were left behind and it appeared that the killer made no attempt to search the apartment.Hours after,, police arrested Persaud’s estranged wife, Beverly Persaud, and charged her last Monday in connection with his murder,, which was allegedly motivated by a property dispute.She is to return to court on October 13. Marco Estrada Blue Jays Jersey John Lackey Cubs Jersey Juan Uribe Indians Jersey Marcus Stroman Blue Jays Jersey Jimmie Foxx Red Sox Jersey Michael Wacha Cardinals Jersey Joe Maddon Cubs Jersey Ernie Banks Cubs Jersey Nomar Mazara Rangers Jersey

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    Chabilal Hardiyal was yesterday found guilty of trafficking in narcotics,, six years after he was caught with cocaine at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport.Hardiyal will now have to spend the next three years in jail.On October 3,, 2003,, Hardiyal was found with nearly nine kilograms of cocaine, hidden in the sides of his suitcase.He was searched after security grew suspicious of the weight of his luggage. Subsequent examination of the bag uncovered the controlled substance in the sides of the luggage. The convict appeared before Magistrate Maxwell Edwards at the time (2003), and pleaded not guilty.Vic Puran, the lawyer representing Hardiyal, had raised legal issues,, and the matter was stalled for some time. The case was then reassigned to Acting Chief Magistrate, Melissa Robertson,, in November 2007.Hardiyal was heading to Barbados that same day (October 3,, 2003) when he was arrested. Puran, who represented Hardiyal right up to the time of his sentencing,, stated that his client had been present everyday,, for all these years, and so asked that the minimum sentence be imposed.The magistrate subsequently fined Chabilal Hardiyal $10,,000, and sentenced him to the mandatory three years’ imprisonment. Will Clark Giants Jersey Howie Kendrick Dodgers Jersey Kosuke Fukudome Cubs Jersey Jordan Zimmermann Orioles Jersey Ian Desmond Rangers Jersey Kyle Schwarber Cubs Jersey Billy Williams Cubs Jersey Chris Heisey Nationals Jersey Satchel Paige Indians Jersey

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    Thursday, January 5, 2017 - 13:59:52

    “I followed my friend to seek my fortunes. But to me, the gold work wasn’t for honest persons,, so I couldn’t make it. I didn’t make it. Teaching was my passion and I returned to it…I am happy that I did.”By Keeran DannyBorn in Princess Carolina, a farming community in the Demerara River, Raghunauth Udho spent almost 30 years of his life dedicated to Guyana’s education system. Beginning his career in 1975 as a substitute teacher at Santa Mission Primary School,, Udho retired as a District Education Officer in 2007.Raghunauth UdhoSitting at his Diamond Housing Scheme residence, which he shares with his loving wife, Savitree and two sons – Sean and Ravi – Udho shared his journey with Kaieteur News.Within those more than three decades, he built character as a skillful educator, astute leader, and a humble individual, gaining him respect among his peers, students and members of his community.Motivated by his primary school teacher, Mr. Jaikarran, young Raghunauth always wanted to be a teacher. During the 1960s when he attended primary school in the Demerara River the school was manned by one teacher.School days, more so, boyhood for Raghunauth was very exciting. Swinging on tree branches before plunging in the river made bathing a recreational activity enjoyed with friends. On rainy days, he and his siblings went to school rowing their canoes.Sunshine meant walking along tracks or trails picking fruits to and from school. “Fridays were the best,” he fondly recalled. Friday was designated “fight day” and even with all the discipline that Mr. Jaikarran and parents instilled, every boy was required to partake in this ritual.Students’ natural respect for Mr. Jaikarran and his delivery of lessons impressed Raghunauth the most. When Raghunauth failed the College of Preceptors (CP) examination in 1968 it was Mr. Jaikarran who encouraged him to rewrite the exam the following year.That spirit of never giving-up helped him to stay on course when the private secondary school he attended at Good Hope closed only after two terms. Focused on his goal of becoming a teacher, Raghunauth did home studies for the General Certificate of Education.Of the five subjects he wrote, Raghunauth only secured three, and English was not one. This made it somewhat difficult for him to secure a teaching job. He applied to twenty schools along the Demerara River, Soesdyke, and even Mon Repos on the East Coast of Demerara, hoping to kick start his teaching career, but to no avail.In 1975, he scored his initial break at Santa Mission Primary School. His first teaching job was that of a substitute teacher. He was substituting for a female teacher who went on maternity leave.A family portraitHe recounted that being at Santa Mission taught him independence. He did not know how to cook – a skill he was forced to learn through trial and error. He remembered the first time he boiled chowmein for 30 minutes, with the end product being a yellow rubbery ball. Adjusting the heat of the stove was also a mystery and the full fury of the fire caused black-pot on the aluminum pots. The head teacher would usually send the females over to his quarters to clean the pots.His living accommodation was modest. Raghunauth slept in a hammock among peanuts. But, his inviting personality increased his popularity among the young people. Besides being an academic teacher, Raghunauth taught the young people of Santa Mission martial arts, a hobby he learned from Rubin Lall in the Demerara River.When the female teacher returned from maternity leave his tenure as a substitute teacher ended. But, in 1976, he was recalled to join the teaching staff at Santa Mission Primary school. He worked 13 years there, during which he learned a lot about the Amerindian culture.Leaving the warmth of his family did not bother him because Santa Mission villagers essentially became his family. When not imparting knowledge in children, Raghunauth went hunting with his friends. He reminisced about walking for long hours going into the forested areas and joked that his friends had “built-in compasses” to know the way around.Confident in the teaching profession, Raghunauth knew he needed to further qualify himself to adequately change students’ lives. So, in 1978, he joined the In-service Teachers’ Training Programme in Georgetown. He was seconded to Grove Primary School where he taught during the day and attended classes in the evenings.After successfully completing the training programme,, Raghunauth returned to Santa Mission. But,, being a family-oriented person, he ensured that he spent most weekends traversing the Demerara River. On Fridays, he jumped into his small boat and rowed to the mouth of Kamuni Creek, where his family waited in a big motor boat to take him home.Raghunauth in his youthful days.During this period, his climb in the teaching profession started. In 1988, he was sitting at the pinnacle of the school which he started out as a substitute teacher. He was appointed the head teacher. However, with the small amount being paid to teachers, in 1989, Raghunauth made the tough decision of leaving the teaching profession in search of his fortunes in the “gold bush”. But,, even after spending three years in Guyana’s interior, Raghunauth came out poorer than he went in.“I had a friend who used to teach that left the profession and went into the interior to work. In those days teachers used to be paid $400 and $500 per month, and this guy used to work for like $35,000. So I followed my friend to seek my fortunes. But to me, the gold work wasn’t for honest persons, so I couldn’t make it. I didn’t make it. Teaching was my passion and I returned to it…I am happy that I did,” he reflected.During that period, Raghunauth met a young woman who gave birth to his first child, Ravi.In 1992,, with the increase in teachers’ salaries, Raghunauth returned to his original love – teaching. Cognizant that he would face a demotion owing to his break in service,, he didn’t mind. In fact, he was not alone. A lot of teachers, even his friend who had become a porkknocker, returned to the teaching profession.Raghunauth rendered his service to many schools on the East Bank of Demerara as he was shifted from school to school. While attending the University of Guyana to become a Trained Graduate Teacher, Raghunauth taught at Peter’s Hall Primary School. At Craig Primary, he was appointed as the Head Master but his tenure there was short lived because in 2002 he was appointed the District Education Officer, Region Four.That was not the only good news for him. He tied the knot with a wonderful young lady, Savitree, who extended his family with her two children, Sean and Shaundel.Being an officer in the education sector took a while to get used to. Raghunauth said that he used to get anxious at 15:00hrs because he was accustom leaving work at that hour. But, as he grew to love his new job, he ensured that he reached early and stopped being a clock-watcher.With new responsibilities such as budget preparation, he found a new appreciation for management. He came to understand why items requested by schools were not readily supplied and found some of his previous grumblings as a teacher against management were wholly unwarranted.Interacting with teachers at all levels was easy, because he “went through the ropes” before being appointed an Officer. Raghunauth understood the struggles of teachers and was flexible, yet stern.As a District Education officer, Raghunauth Udho worked directly under the Regional Education Officer (RedO), who at that time was Doodmattie Singh,, the current Deputy Chief Education Officer (Development).Ms. Singh describes Raghunauth as an individual who worked well, is deep-thinking, dedicated to the education system, and never gives up.“There was a time when the Education Department was understaffed…there was only one RedO and one officer, who happened to be Mr. Udho…he didn’t give up and said the work was too much…he came in earlier than requires and visited every school without complaining,” Ms. Singh said.Raghunauth recalled working through the 2005 floods with Ms. Singh and another officer. The Beterverwagting/ Triumph Education office was inundated and the office was relocated to sub-offices at several schools on the East Bank Demerara. 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    Financial closure pushed back to 2013Financial closure on the government’s US$840 Amaila Falls Hydro Project has been delayed by several months,, the developer Sithe Global yesterday said.It was anticipated that the project, which was touted to become the country’s largest infrastructure development in its history, would have been approved by lenders to enable a financial close by this summer.An artist impression of the Amaila Falls Hydro Falls Hydro Project.“While that timing has slipped,, our lenders remain supportive of the project. We have worked closely with the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) to address its concern about Guyana Power and Light’s (GPL) technical and financial capacity,” Sithe Global said yesterday in a release by local public relations consultant, Cathy Hughes.The company said that it is likely that financial closure may be by March 2013.“Based on our discussions with IDB, we are hopeful that the project will be cleared to start final due diligence and documentation in July. The project’s financial close should occur some eight months thereafter. This delay is a disappointment to us, but we recognize that transformational projects of this nature require careful advance planning to ensure successful implementation,” the statement said.Sithe Global has established a local company, Amaila Falls Hydro Inc. (AFH),, to handle the project in Guyana. According to the US-based company, during meetings in Guyana earlier this year,, Sithe Global officials had offered a detailed look into the project costs,, timelines and issues leading up to the financial closure of the project.The company warned of cost increases.“One risk of delay is that the project’s construction contract price could increase. Such increases could result from changes in foreign currency exchange rates or other factors. While previous currency adjustments resulted in substantial cost increases, the US Dollar to Chinese Yuan Renminbi foreign exchange rates have not moved significantly in the first half of 2012.”However, Sithe Global said, it is impossible to predict future changes in currency rates or other factors.“…meaning that the risk of price increases remains a serious concern until financial closing is achieved. We continue to work diligently to maintain the current construction pricing structure and maintain the viability of the project amidst the delays in securing the project debt from our lenders.”Sithe Global insisted that the project remains fundamentally strong because it is the lowest cost option for GPL and its ratepayers.“It continues to represent the best low-cost, long-term option to reduce GPL’s average generation costs and dependency on imported fossil fuels. Furthermore,, it entails significant improvement of the electricity infrastructure in Guyana that will support Guyana’s overall economic growth and sustainable development,, based on a clean, reliable and affordable electricity supply for its industries,, businesses and residents.”The project has been marred by concerns over the high costs which started from US$600M and has risen to over US$800M without a stone being laid or a screw turned.It was also hampered by the scandalous US$15.4M road project contract awarded under controversial circumstances to Makeshwar “Fip” Motilall. The contract was terminated earlier this year because of the absence of a performance bond.The Amaila Hydropower Project, (approximately 165MW capacity), to be located in western Guyana, in Region Eight is to include a new 270 km transmission line and new substations leading to Georgetown. Currently,, nearly all electric generation in Guyana is provided through small units burning either diesel or heavy fuel oil. A significant portion of the country’s foreign exchange is spent on importing fossil fuel. Johnny Pesky Red Sox Jersey Keith Hernandez Cardinals Jersey John Lackey Cubs Jersey Jason Heyward Cubs Jersey Frank Robinson Orioles Jersey Paul Molitor Blue Jays Jersey Lenny Dykstra Mets Jersey Darren ODay Orioles Jersey Mark Grace Cubs Jersey

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    Deonarine Rafick,, Nouravie Wilfred and Twyon Thomas, the teen whose privates were allegedly set alight last year by three police ranks, again failed to appear in court.The case against the ranks who allegedly brutalised them now appears to be in jeopardy.The matter was called up again at the Vreed-en-Hoop Magistrate’s Court before Magistrate Naysha Williams-Hatmin and put down until December 6.Kaieteur News understands that there is a strong possibility that the matter would be dismissed if the trio fail to turn up on the next court date. There have been reports that the victims have all accepted financial settlements.Kaieteur News managed to contact the teen on his mother’s mobile number (698-1639 ) yesterday. He denied that the family had reached a financial settlement with the defendants. When this newspaper requested to speak with his mother, Shirley Thomas, the teen said that she was not around. He promised to contact Kaieteur News but never called back.Kaieteur News then contacted Ms. Thomas’s reputed husband,, Doodnauth Jaikarran, on telephone number 678-8906. Mr. Jaikarran said that he and Ms. Thomas ended their relationship last February and that he had not seen the woman and her son since.According to Mr. Jaikarran, an individual had approached him to offer the family a settlement shortly after the torture incident was made public. He claimed that he rejected the offer.But at around 21:00 hrs last night,, Kaieteur News again attempted to contact Mr. Jaikarran on his telephone number 678-8906.This time, a woman who identified herself as Ms. Shirley Thomas, the tortured teen’s mother, answered. Asked about her son’s whereabouts,, Ms. Thomas alleged that “the boy gone up in the bush, and I can’t get in touch with he.”The woman did not respond when asked to confirm whether they had accepted a financial settlement. The phone was cut off when Kaieteur News asked her when last she had seen her reputed husband, Mr. Jaikarran. All the phone numbers went to voice mail during subsequent attempts to reach the family.Yesterday, relatives of Deonarine Rafick, one of the men who was allegedly brutalised, admitted to accepting compensation.Rafick was charged in connection with the murder of Region Three official, Ramenaught Bisram,, in October last year. However he was released from prison after it was determined that his confession was not done freely and voluntarily.One of Rafick’s relatives yesterday told Kaieteur News that the (officers) and other persons begged them to settle the matter. The relative said that the money was paid last month.Rafick,, Nouravie Wilfred and the then 15-year-old Thomas were held during the investigation into the murder of retired Region Three vice-chairman Ramenaught Bisram in October last year.During the investigation, the teenage boy’s genital area was set allegedly alight by the policemen involved in the case. He was only taken to a hospital after Kaieteur News published his story and photos of his horrific injuries. The story sparked international outrage, and the teen and his family received financial and other assistance from benevolent organisations.Sergeant Narine Lall, Constable Mohanram Dolai and Corporal Oswald Foo were charged last November for allegedly inflicting the injuries while interrogating Thomas and the other two accused at the Leonora Police Station.According to the charges brought against the trio, on October 28, at the Leonora Police Station, they unlawfully and maliciously wounded Rafick, with intent to maim, disfigure,, disable or cause him grievous bodily harm. A second charge against Lall and Dolai alleged that between October 20 and October 29, last, at the Leonora Police Station; they unlawfully and maliciously wounded Wilfred. The duo was also slapped with a charge of felonious wounding,, which alleges that they unlawfully and maliciously wounded the 15-year-old boy, with intent to maim, disfigure, disable or cause him grievous bodily harm. This incident allegedly occurred on October 28 at the Leonora Police Station.The teen, through his attorney Khemraj Ramjattan,, had also filed a constitutional motion and this was heard by Justice Roxanne George. Her judgment is being awaited. Jayson Werth Nationals Jersey Gary Carter Mets Jersey Prince Fielder Rangers Jersey Randal Grichuk Cardinals Jersey Gaylord Perry Giants Jersey Nick Castellanos Orioles Jersey Wilmer Flores Mets Jersey Mike Piazza Dodgers Jersey Enrique Hernandez Dodgers Jersey

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    The logo of Guyana’s 50th Golden Jubilee will once again take to the skies after a specially branded Bell Long Ranger helicopter belonging to the Air Services Limited (ASL)’s fleet, was unveiled at the company’s hangar, OgleMinister of Tourism,, Catherine Hughes (Left) and ASL’s Manager, Annette Arjoon-Martins, during the unveiling ceremony yesterday.(Inset) The rebranded helicopter during a recent fly-about along the Georgetown Seawall.International Airport, East Coast Demerara, yesterday.Unveiling the aircraft was the Minister of Tourism, Catherine Hughes, who told the gathering that on May last, there was a discussion where the government looked at the various possibilities and direction in which the country should head towards,, when she argued about the important role that the aviation industry plays in economic development.One of the selling points that was used, she said, was the ‘fact’ that Guyana possesses a ‘vibrant’ local aviation industry“Without that,, we cannot begin to develop tourism in Guyana. We have a unique advantage with the beauty and terrain that has been given to us,”“I am excited that we are going to have this beautiful bird that is going to contribute to the experience we hope to offer more than 15,,000 visitors that will be here between May and the end of December this year.”ASL’s Manager, Annette Arjoon-Martins, reflected on the humble beginnings of ASL and the journey throughout the years; from a ‘two simple-shed’ operation,, to a fleet of 27 aircraft,, earning them the bragging rights of being the largest air services provider at the Ogle International Airport.Arjoon-Martins said that ASL, a company which is 249 strong,, is committed to the development of Guyana’s tourism industry and to be a part of Guyana’s 50th Independence Celebrations.She also made known that ASL also has its own proud record of 50 years of service to the nation.The helicopter has been rebranded and is flashing the national colours along with several logos of the 50th Jubilee affixed to it. The aircraft was rebranded by Delon Peters of Visual 360 Creations.“Air Services Limited, has a tradition of naming our aircraft after deserving team players, this is why,, the helicopter,, 8R-GTR, has been named after our own, Tularam Ramsook, our Maintenance Manager.“As Tularam recently celebrated his 50th Birth Anniversary, his helicopter was chosen to be rebranded,” Arjoon-Martins said.She also informed the gathering that aircraft will be available for tours around the city during the jubilee celebrations and GUYEXPO. The chopper will also be available for bookings to Guyana’s major resorts and landmarks, including trips to Kaieteur Falls at US$130, as part of the Jubilee package.The event concluded with the Minister being taken on an inaugural Flight. Draymond Green Team USA Jersey Kevin Love Team USA Jersey Chris Paul Team USA Jersey Jason Williams Magic Jersey Michael Jordan Team USA Jersey Custom Wizards Jersey DeMar DeRozan Raptors Jersey Bruno Caboclo Raptors Jersey DeAndre Jordan Team USA Jersey

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    As the murder trial for Jainarine Persaud, 42,, and Andy Jagmohan, 26, continued yesterday before Justice Winston Patterson, two more witnesses were called to the stand to give evidence. One of them was the victim’s mother.The two, Persaud and Jagmohan,, are accused of killing Andy Peters at Grove, East Bank Demerara, in January 2008.State prosecutors Rhondell Weever and Teshanna James are presenting the case,, while the defendants are represented by attorneys Khemraj Ramjattan and Neil Parsaram.Yesterday as the matter continued, the court was informed by Prosecutor Weever that the next witness who was expected to be called had died. The prosecutor then requested to make an application to the court in the absence of the jury.This application was granted by the Judge who excused the jury.The witness was identified as Holly Lashley.The prosecutor informed the court that the prosecution was going to rely on Lashley’s evidence tendered in the magistrate’s court.Further,, Weever said that she would be now relying on Section 95 of the Evidence Act,, which allows the woman’s statement to be read into evidence.Elizabeth Bishop,, the dead woman’s mother,, was called to the witness stand. She produced a death certificate which was tendered into evidence.There was no objection by the defence and cross examination was declined. The next witness to be called to support the evidence which was given by Lashley, was Inspector of Police, Lloyd Thomas.Thomas was the person who prosecuted the matter before Magistrate Priya Beharry. There was no objection by the defence lawyers. Thomas then read the deposition to the court. The deposition is the evidence which the dead witness had given in the Magistrate’s court.That evidence was mainly about identifying her husband’s body at the Georgetown Public Hospital Mortuary. Cross examination was again declined by attorney Ramjattan. The next witness to be called by the prosecution was Inspector of Police Elson Baird.He spoke about his involvement in the case while he was stationed at the Ruimveldt Police Station.He was crossed examined by attorney at law Khemraj Ramjattan. Government Pathologist Dr Nehaul Singh was expected to testify but was unable to come due to prior commitments.The case was then adjourned to Wednesday when Dr Singh is expected to give his evidence.Last week, the state called Mohamed Ali, an “eyewitness”, he was subsequently cross examined by Ramjattan.Police Officer Shizram Nurgyaya was the next witness to testify. He tendered the post mortem examination results to the court.The matter was then adjourned.Prosecutor James in her opening address did not disclose a motive for the killing, but promised to lead witnesses who would show that the killing was deliberate – with intention to kill or to cause grievous bodily harm.Police Constable, Jason Kyte,, who is stationed at the Grove Police Station, testified that relative to a report of the murder committed on Andy Peters on January 28, 2008,, he assisted in the investigations.Civilian witness David Persaud testified that on the night of the murder, he was aroused by a noise.Persaud said that he ran outside and saw a man lying on the road in a pool of blood. The man appeared to be unconscious.He took the injured man to the Diamond Diagnostic Centre. Derrick Rose Team USA Jersey James Harden Team USA Jersey Ramon Sessions Wizards Jersey Kelly Oubre Jr. Wizards Jersey Custom Orlando Magic Jersey Chris Mullin Team USA Jersey Patrick Patterson Raptors Jersey Michael Jordan Team USA Jersey Kyle Lowry Raptors Jersey

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    The bodies of two men,, who were among four feared drowned in Saturday’s boat mishap in the Cuyuni River,, were recovered late yesterday evening after army and maritime personnel intensified the search for the missing passengers.The victims were identified as Junior Bandhu 35, of Tuschen,, East Bank Essequibo and William Patwa of New Amsterdam, Berbice.Kaieteur News was told that the bodies were found a few miles from the area where the accident occurred, after additional search teams were deployed to find the four missing passengers. However, sources confirmed that the bodies of Shawn Robinson and Clive Welcome are yet to be found.A source later told this newspaper that some conflict arose after the bodies were not placed in the Bartica Hospital Mortuary.“The head nurse and doctors of the hospital are refusing to take the bodies into the mortuary and I can’t understand why this is so, because they have not decayed….we don’t have any other suitable place to lodge the bodies at this time,” the source said.This newspaper was told that a crowd converged at the scene after news spread, with some pleading with hospital authorities to allow the admittance of the bodies into the morgue.Four men went missing last Saturday,, after a transport vessel navigating the Cuyuni rapids capsized.The vessel was transporting Maurice Hopkinson of Second Avenue, Bartica; Junior Lyte,, 19, of Batavia, Cuyuni; William Patwa, along with Junior Bandhu, 35, of Tuschen,, East Bank Essequibo; Shawn Robinson, Clive Welcome, 19 years, of First Avenue,, Bartica and David Prass, 26, of New Amsterdam, Berbice.The vessel which was reportedly owned by Severn Williams was captained by Junior Lyte at the time of the accident. He was taken into police custody.The mishap reportedly occurred after the engine failed in the vicinity of the Matuk Falls, Cuyuni, at around 10:30 hours,, Saturday. Passengers of a passing boat assisted in rescuing Lyte, Prass and Hopkinson, who were attempting to swim ashore.Neighbourhood search teams joined forces with the Maritime Administration and the Guyana Defence Force, (GDF) to continue the search for other persons. That search resulted in the recovery of the two bodies yesterday.Efforts made to locate relatives of the dead men proved futile. Police and Maritime workers are currently conducting investigations.Meanwhile, relatives of survivors related that they are “still shaken up” by the experience.When contacted via telephone yesterday the wife of Maurice Hopkinson said that her husband is still traumatised by the entire ordeal.The woman, Angela Hopkinson told this newspaper that when the mishap occurred, her husband, the proprietor of Hopkinson Mines located at Aranka,, was heading out of the area, aboard a vessel with six other passengers.“The boat engine cut out and they begin to drift. The boat hit a rock or something and it topple over the falls…. My husband is still disturbed by the incident … he can’t talk right now … he just trying to forget the whole thing” Patrick Patterson Raptors Jersey Kelly Oubre Jr. Wizards Jersey DeMarcus Cousins Team USA Jersey John Wall Wizards Jersey Elfrid Payton Magic Jersey Wizards Jersey Scottie Pippen Team USA Jersey Stephon Marbury Team USA Jersey Russell Westbrook Team USA Jersey

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    Demerara Distillers Limited (DDL) yesterday announced that an amicable settlement has been reached with the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) to resolve a longstanding dispute over Consumption Tax that began in 2002.This settlement follows an extended legal battle between DDL and GRA arising out of the Consumption Tax assessment levied against DDL by then Commissioner-General Khurshid Sattaur in January 2009, in the sum of $5,392,020,753.This assessment was immediately challenged in the High Court by DDL through its lawyers Miles Fitzpatrick,, S.C. and Timothy Jonas.DDL and GRA were able to recommence negotiations for a resolution of the methodology for a calculation of Consumption Tax (and its successor, Excise Tax), and have now been able to arrive at consensus to fully and finally settle all claims by the GRA and liability by DDL for both Consumption and Excise tax up to March 9, 2016 in the sum of $1,500,000,000.This sum is payable over 12 months. DDL, in good faith,, very recently effected the payment of $100,000,,000 in compliance with the settlement terms.In 2002,, DDL had raised a legal challenge against the GRA on the methodology adopted by the latter for the assessment of Consumption Tax.In February 2005, the High Court judged in favour of DDL. The GRA subsequently appealed that decision and on July 31, 2008,, the Guyana Court of Appeal unanimously dismissed GRA’s appeal.Following the dismissal of the appeal, the GRA commenced a new assessment in August 2008 and, notwithstanding attempts by the parties at resolving the matter,, on January 16, 2009, GRA issued a new claim in the amount of G$5,392 billion. On DDL’s application in 2009, the High Court issued an Order Nisi pending the hearing of the matter.DDL Chairman Komal Samaroo said that “DDL was always committed to a resolution of the matter with the GRA despite the many failed attempts at settlement.”The Chairman added that,, “DDL was pleased with the enlightened approach adopted by the GRA in December 2015 which recently culminated in the settlement of the matter between the parties.” Wholesale NFL Jerseys Wholesale Cincinnati Bengals Jerseys Wholesale Baltimore Orioles Jerseys Wildcats #4 Rajon Rondo Blue Basketball Stitched NCAA Jersey Capitals #92 Evgeny Kuznetsov Black 2016 All Star Stitched NHL Jersey Wholesale Houston Astros Jerseys Wholesale Los Angeles Lakers Jerseys


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    Forty-three-year-old Abdool Raffi Khan has been made to face the challenges of living with two failing kidneys and may even succumb if he does not undergo an urgent kidney transplant.During an interview with this newspaper yesterday,, Khan who is being accommodated at the Muslim Youth Organisation (MYO),, Woolford Avenue,, said that he is appealing to some suitable member of the public to donate a kidney to save his life.According to the man, the transplant operation will be facilitated by the Central Islamic Organisation of Guyana (CIOG) leaving him with the task of soliciting a donor.Khan, who hails from Mon Repos, East Coast Demerara,, is a father of four boys whose ages range from 14 to two.And according to him,, his wife, Parbattie, and the boys had accompanied him some two years ago when he took up an appointment at the MYO as a live-in caretaker.Khan disclosed that all was going well for him and his family until about six months ago when he developed a noticeable loss of appetite which consequently resulted in him losing weight rapidly.The situation, he said, was compounded when he started suffering from shortness of breath, a development which saw him being rushed to the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation.And it was while at the hospital,, Khan noted, that doctors detected the problem with his kidneys. It was,, however, initially thought that the problem was treatable, Khan related, but disclosed that during his last visit at the hospital about three weeks ago, the doctors informed him that there was nothing further that they could do for him.According to the man, the doctors advised him that the only way to prolong his life would be to have a kidney transplant.Khan said that neither his wife nor other adult relatives are compatible with his blood type, hence the appeal to the public to be able to secure a suitable donor.For the past two weeks, Khan has been receiving dialysis treatment through the CIOG but emphasised that the treatment would be of no worth if his appeal goes unheeded.Anyone willing to donate a kidney to Khan can contact him on telephone number 225-1233 or 612-4963. Wholesale Baltimore Orioles Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Houston Astros Jerseys Wholesale Cincinnati Bengals Jerseys Nike Texans #17 Brock Osweiler White Womens Stitched NFL Elite Jersey Wholesale Los Angeles Lakers Jerseys Nike Broncos #6 Mark Sanchez Blue Alternate Womens Stitched NFL New Elite Jersey


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    The University of the Southern Caribbean (USC) is looking to expand its programme in Guyana. This is according to Dr. Clinton Valley, President of the Organization, which is based in Trinidad and Tobago.He said that during his stay in Guyana, the facility examined how best it could serve the country as it seeks to expand and enhance its operation.USC President flanked by students of university.Dr. Valley said that the University offers internationally recognized certification to its students.The university which is located in Anira Street, Queenstown,, currently offers a variety of certified Bachelor Degree courses.However,, according to Dr. Valley, the University is looking to introduce a Master’s Degree programme to locals. He said that this is scheduled to be done within the next three to five years.“We will continue to do feasibility studies and market analysis to determine what will best serve the population. We don’t want to come into Guyana to impose programmes but rather to respond to the needs of the society.”Dr. Valley said that the University is looking to modify its location to accommodate more faculties as they expand.The university has extension sites in Tobago, Barbados, Guyana,, St Lucia and Antigua. It is currently seeking to expand to Grenada.The University of Southern Caribbean Guyana currently offers Bachelor’s course in Business Administration, Science in Economics and Accounting,, studies in Behavioral Science and Psychology and Theological arts among others.The USC was established in 1927 in Trinidad and Tobago. The Christian-based University expanded its outreach to Guyana six years ago.According to the Guyana extension co-ordinator, Mignon Sancho,, the USC caters for a diverse student population. Sancho said that the university presently has only 54 students which allows for individual attention.The coordinator said that the courses are offered at US$1,,300 per semester. She said that at present,, applications are being processed for a new batch of students to gain entry into the University.Sancho said that USC does student intakes thrice a year and that the minimum requirement to enter is five subjects CXC inclusive of Mathematics and English.She added that the requirements depend on the course that a person may want to pursue.The University of the Southern Caribbean is a private co-educational institution operated by the Caribbean Union Conference of Seventh day Adventists. Since its establishment it continues to offer “valued based education”. Nike Broncos #6 Mark Sanchez Blue Alternate Womens Stitched NFL New Elite Jersey Flyers #53 Shayne Gostisbehere Orange Stitched NHL Jersey Wholesale Houston Astros Jerseys Blackhawks #72 Artemi Panarin Black Stitched NHL Jersey Wholesale NFL Jerseys Wildcats #4 Rajon Rondo Blue Basketball Stitched NCAA Jersey Wholesale Cincinnati Bengals Jerseys


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    After about five court appearances for other charges,, the man believed to be the “mastermind” who carefully crafted the multi-million gold heist in Port Kaituma from the El Dorado Gold Trading Company has been slapped with yet another charge.At the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court yesterday, Neville ‘Sunil’ Chandrawattie stood before the Chief Magistrate,, Priya Sewnarine-Beharry,, accused of killing Darran Chanmangra at Port Kaituma on Saturday, April 21, 2007.The accused who resides at Lot 33 Sparta, Essequibo was told that at this stage he was not required to plea to the charge since it was indictable.The prosecution claimed that Chandrawattie,, along with others, planned a robbery during the course of which, Chanmangra was shot and killed. The men had reportedly escaped and two persons were previously charged.However, during the court hearing yesterday, Police Prosecutor Corporal Bharat Mangru told the court that on November 8,, 2013, the said El Dorado Gold Trading Company was robbed once again, but the investigations conducted this time around uncovered some new details.He said that while the “mastermind” was being cross examined,, he owned up to planning the 2007 robbery hence the present charge was instituted to him.The court heard that Clairmont Williams and Sherwin ‘One Eye’ Henry were previously charged for the murder of Darran Chanmangra.However, the Chief Magistrate further remanded the accused. Chandrawattie is expected to make his next court appearance at the Matthew’s Ridge Magistrates’ Court. Added to yesterday’s charge,, on February 3, 2014, he will face other charges at that court; simple larceny, possession of firearms and ammunition, unlawful wounding as well as this murder charge. Blackhawks #72 Artemi Panarin Black Stitched NHL Jersey Nike Broncos #6 Mark Sanchez Blue Alternate Womens Stitched NFL New Elite Jersey Wholesale NFL Jerseys Nike Dolphins #94 Mario Williams Green Womens Stitched NFL Limited Salute to Service Jersey Wholesale Jerseys Capitals #92 Evgeny Kuznetsov Black 2016 All Star Stitched NHL Jersey Cheap NFL Jerseys

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    Two new Chinese ferries are expected to arrive before year-end in Guyana to service the Essequibo River routes,Roll-on/roll-off facilities to accommodate two new Chinese ferries are to be constructed at the Parika and Supenaam stellings in Essequibo.Supenaam stellingwith government expected to make adjustments to the Parika and Supenaam stellings to facilitate vehicles to enter and leave them.Yesterday, the National Procurement and Tender Administration Board (NPTAB) opened bids for the construction of roll-on/roll-off facilities at both stellings with the government’s engineers estimating that it would cost in excess of $321M.The Supenaam Stelling, which was plagued by problems since its commissioning early last year, had seen almost $68M being reportedly spent to correct deficiencies of the structure for which an independent probe had laid no blame. Already the stelling which government says will reduce travel time from Region Two to Parika by hours had seen over $431M being spent to build it.A beam supporting a drawbridge buckled days after it opened to river traffic last year.Among the bidders for the roll-on/roll-off facilities yesterday was B.K. International Incorporated which had built the Supenaam Stelling.In December last year, government signed contracts with the Chinese Government that paved the way for two brand new ferries. The US$14M boats, similar to the Makouria class vessels and of the Canaiwaima size, have been described as a New Year’s gift by the local Chinese Embassy.Minister of Transport, Robeson Benn, had said that the two new ferries will supplement the current fleet operating in Essequibo where it increasingly has shown that there is a huge demand for the vessels. The two new vessels are being built under a Chinese grant.The new vessels will come equipped with roll-on/roll-off features that would necessitate the modifications of the stellings at Parika and Supenaam to allow for this feature, the officials had explained.With the building of a bridge across the Essequibo River not immediately on the horizon because of the prohibitive cost factors, authorities are left with few options other than ferries to cater for the rice and farm produce being moved from mainly the Essequibo coast to the city.The ferries operating there, including Malali and Torani, have long passed their lifespan with increasing costs for maintenance a real challenge for officials.Yesterday, during the opening of the bids for the facilities at Parika and Supenaam, it was announced that the process would be done in two lots. The engineer’s estimate for Lot One was $211,374,180 while Lot Two was $110,050,650. The bids submitted:Bidder AmountRoopan Ramotar Investments Inc. Lot 1. $352, 478, 840Lot 2. $237, 826, 800Courtney Benn Contracting Services Ltd. Lot 1. $408, 817, 900Lot 2. ——————-BK International Inc. Lot 1. $240,, 162,, 850Lot 2. $137, 786, 100Dynamic Engineering Co. Ltd Lot 1. $247, 433, 150Lot 2. $146, 412, 400Meanwhile, the Ministry of Housing and Water tendered for the construction of roads, drains, structures and installation of pure water distribution network at Plantation Providence,, Region Four.The engineer estimated that the work for Lot One will cost some $241,468,231 while Lot Two is $224,250,811. Eight (8) companies submitted bids.Bidder AmountKhemraj Nauth Contracting Services Lot 1. $229, 060, 777Lot 2. $213,, 945,, 809Eagle Transportation and General Construction Lot 1. $213, 142, 985Lot 2. $197,, 118, 570Romel Jagroop General Construction Services Lot 1. $219, 388, 422Lot 2. $201,, 392, 554Geico Construction and General Services Inc. Lot 1. $181, 213, 314Lot 2. $166, 420,, 704Ivor Allen Lot 1. $260,, 064, 316Lot 2. $220, 135, 754KB&B Contractors Lot 1. $232, 545, 412Lot 2. $ 218, 411, 930Eron Lall & Civil Engineering Works Lot 1. $169, 193, 330Lot 2. $158, 275, 051Colin Talbot Contracting Services Lot 1. $203, 847, 282Lot 2. $188, 810, 807 NFL Jerseys Authentic China Cheap NFL Jerseys

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    Even as the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) report for the required permit for the construction of the Marriott Hotel is being assessed, the deal has fallen through.An artist’s impression of what the Marriot Hotel was expected to look likeThis is according to Head of State, Bharrat Jagdeo, who during a recent press briefing, told media operatives that the investors have signaled their intention to pull out because of the global financial crisis.The study of the report was a mandatory requirement before Adam’s Development Urbahn Associates (ADUA) could have received its construction permit. The board has been reviewing the data since November 19, last.The principal objectives of the EIA are to scope issues and concerns from stakeholders regarding the proposed project that needs to be addressed, document the ecological and socio-economic baseline of the project area,, identify and assess potential environmental and social impacts associated with the proposed project, and recommend mitigation measures that would reduce the significance of predicted negative impacts and enhance predicted benefits on all aspects of the surrounding environment.Another objective is to develop a comprehensive Management Plan outlining actions and responsibilities for managing the predicted impacts of the project, among others.Last April, ADUA presented its design plans and drawings of the hotel to all key stakeholders, including the Environmental Protection Agency, Mayor and City Council (MCC), Central Housing and Planning Authority (CHPA), the Sea Defense Board, and the Government.On May 16 last, the EPA held a scope meeting to determine the terms of reference for the EIA being completed by Environmental Management Consultants.In June, the terms of reference were approved by the EPA and posted on the EPA’s website.Last August,, the ADUA,, through its Environmental Consultants, presented the draft EIA to the EPA for review, approval and issuance of a permit.The financial closing should have been consummated in Guyana via its Guyanese subsidiary, which was supposed to have been executing the project on behalf of ADUA. At the sod-turning ceremony, the financiers were supposed to have been announced but this apparently will not be happening.In May,, ADUA, under contract from the Government of Guyana and GWI, constructed new sewerage pipes to allow the site to be cleared for construction. The Kingston well was also relocated.Additionally, in May,, ADUA,, at its own cost, completed initial clearing and demolition of buildings, including the former Luckhoo Pool.According to Nat Branco, a representative of the construction company, the building at its highest point should have been 10 storeys while the intent of the project was to establish a modern, iconic,, state-of-the-art hotel, casino and entertainment complex in Georgetown, the capital city of Guyana,, and was slated to be the post-card shot and the pride of the country.The complex was expected to attract visitors from abroad, especially the Caribbean, North America and Brazil,, and was also to provide an excellent accommodation alternative to vacationing Guyanese from overseas.Branco had described earlier that the facility would boast a main compound that would have consisted of a world-class hotel, casino, nightclub, and restaurants, all contained in a single attractively designed building.“The location affords excellent views of the Atlantic Ocean, and Demerara River that it borders is important for river transport into the main eco- tourism areas, while road links make the complex accessible to the central business district and port.”The proposed development was supposed to have been located on a 6.27 acre parcel of vacant land located in northwest Kingston, Georgetown, contiguous to the Atlantic Ocean and the Demerara River.The total building area of the hotel, casino and entertainment complex, excluding parking, was expected to be 185,000 square feet. The hotel portion of the complex was slated at approximately 135,000 square feet, and would have consisted of 160 rooms and be operated by Marriott International.The casino and entertainment portion of the complex was geared to comprise approximately 50,000 square feet and would have been located on three levels.There was a projected average yearly turnover in the first 10 years of approximately US$11M.The project was also envisaged to service a minimum of 3.7 million people over the first 10 years.All that is now nothing but a dream because the Marriott project has been grounded. Darren Helm Red Wings Jersey Jacques Plante Canadiens Jersey Derick Brassard Rangers Jersey Oscar Lindberg Rangers Jersey Pavel Datsyuk Red Wings Jersey Gordie Howe Red Wings Jersey Ron Duguay Rangers Jersey John Carlson Capitals Jersey Mike Gartner Capitals Jersey

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    After about two hours of deliberation,, a mixed jury returned a unanimous verdict of not guilty in a case involving an East Coast Demerara man accused of raping a woman.The defendant,, Steve Providence,, was accused of raping the woman on November 13,, 2006. The allegation was that on November 13,, 2006 he had carnal knowledge of a female without her consent.He was also accused of using a gun to rob the woman of one gold ring,, one silver and gold band and a silver ring. He was without an attorney.Prosecutors Konyo Sandiford and Diana Kowlessar presented the case for the state. Justice Dawn Gregory was the presiding Judge.Justice Gregory listed the ingredients for rape which the jury should follow. Those were the accused had sex unlawfully with the woman. Secondly without consent and knowing that she did not consent and lastly he had sex with the victim by force and he placed fear in her. The judge also gave them (jury) the ingredients for robbery under arms.The jury was also reminded about the unsworn statement which the defendant gave. In that statement he challenged the identification process amongst other things. He had vehemently denied being involved in the act,, stating that he wasn’t near where it happened. Glenn Anderson Rangers Jersey Nicklas Lidstrom Red Wings Jersey Dennis Maruk Capitals Jersey Jason Chimera Capitals Jersey Niklas Kronwall Red Wings Jersey Alexei Emelin Canadiens Jersey Jeff Zatkoff Penguins Jersey

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    – at least eight unsolved cases between 2009 to 2015 Although they had detained one person, police at Berbice have made no headway in finding the individual who raped and murdered 67-year-old Ramdai Mohabir two Mondays ago.There’s concern that she may join a list of elderly women whose murders remain unsolved.Kaieteur News understands that the man who police had questioned was also held for a previous matter, which is still under investigation.Ramdai Mohabir, 67According to a source, the suspect was held based on descriptions given by an informant. However, he was subsequently released.Ramdai Mohabir, called “Aunty Elsie”, 67 was discovered in bed at her Lot 665 Topoo, Albion home by relatives on Monday shortly after 07:30 hrs.The mother of three was found by relatives who had last seen her around 17:30 hrs the night before,, when they went over to her home to take meals for her.“My mother’s feet were upraised, and there was blood all around,” her daughter, Vinmattie Reddi, recalled.“Her left side face was swollen (and) her right side neck had a bruise. The two bed sheets were crumpled, as both were under her body. Apparently, she was resisting (her attacker/s). Her neck was swollen and the pillow was found under the bed. 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He speculated that his mother’s killers gained entry by climbing through an open eastern window, which had no panes.From left: Rajkumarie Mahadeo, 78: Strangled outside her home on ChristmasEve, 2009. Khirul Najidam, Sukhdai Ramkilaum,, 68, Prempattie RamsundarKharpattie Shivnauth was last seen alive on Thursday August 27, 2009, when she had attended a Mandir in the community. A hire car driver had dropped her home at around 20:00 hrs. She had reportedly rested briefly in a hammock under her house before going upstairs.Almost immediately, police began to focus on a man who lived a few houses from Shivnauth’s.Relatives alleged that the man was seen acting suspiciously outside the victim’s home on the night on which she was believed to have been slain. About two weeks before her death, the same man had reportedly tried to sell Shivnauth a gold chain. The elderly woman had ordered him off her property.Relatives described the individual as a drug addict who had recently moved into the area. Someone who knew the suspect also claimed that the man’s jersey and his cutlass were found in Shivnauth’s home. Despite these leads, police were unable to link the man to Shivnauth’s death and eventually released him. No one else was ever detained.Like Kharpattie Shivnauth, 78-year-old Rajkumarie Mahadeo was also healthy and active.She also lived alone in her Lusignan, East Coast Demerara abode. She habitually woke up early to tend her cows.At around 05:45 hrs on Christmas Eve 2009, Mahadeo was found dead on the parapet outside her yard. She was still wearing some of her jewellery when her body was found.Roger Brandt: Wanted for the March 2011murder of Khirul NajidamA post mortem revealed that she had been strangled.It is alleged that Mahadeo had received some threatening phone calls a few months before she was slain. The individual was questioned but was never charged and no one else was detained.Mrs. Mahadeo’s children issued a reward for information that could lead to the arrest and conviction of her killers. To date, though, no one has come forward with any information that could result in charges. However, a prime suspect in the case has since died.In mid-February, 2011, some residents of Enmore, East Coast Demerara, were awakened by a woman’s screams. Those screams seemed to be coming from the Lot 88 Second Street home of 64-year-old Prampattie Ramsundar called ‘Aunty Daro.’One neighbour peeped through her window and observed that Ramsundar’s front door was ajar. She called out to the elderly woman, but got no answer. When the neighbour peeped outside about an hour later, Ramsundar’s door was closed.Later in the day,, Ramsundar was found dead in the bottom flat of her home. Her hands were bound and a telephone cord was wrapped around her neck. Ramsundar’s house was ransacked and there were ashes inside, indicating that her attackers were smoking in the house.A sister, who found the body, said that over $500,000 in cash was missing.According to the sister, there was no sign of forced entry to the victim’s house. She believed that this suggested that her slain sister knew her attacker and willingly opened her door. Later that day, a police tracker dog led investigators to a house some two corners away from the slain woman’s house. The house was reportedly occupied by a man who was often abusive to Ramsundar. The woman’s killer remains unknown.In early March of 2011, two schoolgirls found the body of 74-year-old Khirul Najidam, called Babloo Saddick, in a store room located in the lower flat of her 1215 Gaulding Place, South Ruimveldt Park residence. She was bound and gagged and her home was ransacked.Najidam was last seen alive around noon on the same day she was slain.The victim had operated a small confectionery stand.One neighbour claimed to have seen three young boys running from the house some time before 15:00hrs, but thought nothing of it,, since some persons would often try to steal the woman’s fruits.But police now believe that they know who killed the elderly fruit seller. In March, 2014, police stated that a fingerprint that detectives lifted from Najidam’s home in 2011 matched that of a Greater Georgetown man with previous arrests, and whose prints police have on file.Kaieteur News was told that police used the recently-acquired Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS) to match the two prints. However, investigators have been unable to locate the suspect, Roger Brandt.They have issued a wanted bulletin for Brandt, who is of African ancestry and brown in complexion. His last known address is Lot 169 Stevedore Housing Scheme, Georgetown.In May, 2011, the partly nude body of 68-year-old Sukhdai Ramkilaum, called ‘Mama Rose’ and ‘Rosaline,’ was found in a pool of blood in the bedroom of her Lot 80 Vryheid’s Lust North residence. Her throat had been slit and her home was ransacked.Like the other victims, Ramkilaum also lived alone.The dead woman’s nephew,, who lived next door, said that the first sign that he and his wife got that something was amiss was when the woman didn’t respond to calls the afternoon before.His wife then observed blood dripping from the floor boards to the ground below. The nephew then contacted the police, who accompanied him to the house where they made the grisly discovery.On March 29, 2014, police called to the Amelia’s Ward, Linden home of 76-year-old Yvonne Adams.They found her in a passageway with an electrical cord wrapped around her neck and hands.Kaieteur News was told that a gold chain and two rings that Mrs. Adams always wore were missing. There was no sign of forced entry, leading to the suspicion that the victim had let her killer(s) in.According to reports, Adams who lived alone had not been seen since Friday, March 28, and neighbours reportedly checked on her after she failed to answer her cell and land line phones.Detectives questioned a 68-year-old male friend of the victim who frequented the victim’s premises, after receiving reports that an individual fitting his description was seen at Mrs. Adam’s front door prior to her body being found. He was subsequently released.Police said that the same computersied fingerprinting system that helped them to link fugitive Roger Brandt to the March 2011 murder of Khirul Najidam,, has helped them to solve the March 26, 2014 murder of 75-year-old Joyce Lewis, who was found strangled in her Lot 3630 Christiani Street, North Ruimveldt home.Lewis, who lived alone, was found partially nude and bound in the bedroom of her two-storey house around 08.30 hrs, by a relative who ventured into the residence after she repeatedly failed to answer either her cellular or landline phone.Lewis had reportedly been living alone since her husband, a former Police Inspector, passed away three years ago.On the morning of March 26, last, a relative had ventured to Lewis’s house after she failed to answer several calls made to both her cellular and landline phones. 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    In observance of International Day for the Elimination of Violence against WomenA section of the gathering at yesterday’s workshopyesterday,, the Ministry of Health in collaboration with the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) hosted a workshop with a focus on Gender and Chronic Non-communicable Diseases.The event was facilitated by PAHO’s Advisor on Gender and Diversity and Rights, Shelly Abdool, who presented the preliminary findings on a Gender and Non-Chronic Diseases analysis.She also gave an introduction to e-learning to the participants among whom were individuals,, mainly women,, drawn from a number of organizations.Addressing the opening of the forum,, PAHO Resident Representative, Dr. Beverly Barnett, spoke to the issue of gender inequity pointing out that inequities are differences that are unfair, unjust and avoidable.“Just as public health practitioners seek to reduce and eliminate health inequities, that is, causes of ill health that are unfair, unjust and avoidable so we seek to eliminate gender inequities which can in turn result in health inequities,” Dr. Barnett said.“Why should men and women be more prone to certain illnesses and conditions? Not because of their biological sex,, which neither they nor we can control, at least up to now,, but because of the roles that society expects them to play and behaviours they are expected to exhibit, that is their gender.”She further questioned why society should impose such expectations on the sexes and be intolerant of any deviation from such expectations. This level of intolerance,, she insisted,, often results in not only gender and health inequities but also in gender violence.Dr. Barnett also alluded to other causes of inequities among them as socio-economic status, educational level and geographic location that are easily understood rather than the “gender inequity” terminology.She asserted that with a gender analysis of national data and non-communicable diseases there is likely to be a greater appreciation of why gender matters.However, according to the PAHO Gender Advisor while gender analysis is in fact a requisite, it certainly is not enough. She, in her detailed PowerPoint presentation, offered that gender analysis alone cannot fix the existing problems as many more steps are required to develop appropriate responses in the health sector.She asserted that the actual work of addressing gender-based inequalities in health begins with analysis but requires action.”According to Dr. Barnett the Caribbean and local Minister of Health, Dr. Leslie Ramsammy, in particular, have been advocating for greater attention to be paid to these chronic and increasing health challenges for a long time.“I know that you are all aware that in Guyana as in many other countries NCDs are the leading cause of death and illness; they take an economic toll and pose barriers to national development.”The CARICOM Heads of Government had committed to the Port of Spain Declaration in 2007 and CARICOM countries were instrumental in advocating for the UN High Level Meeting, which occurred in September last. She pointed out though that addressing NCDs and their risk factors will not be successful without attention to gender and its influence on health.This fact, according to Dr. Barnett, points to the importance of data disaggregated at least by sex and preferably by other factors that can facilitate identification of differences and inequities.Also addressing the forum yesterday was Chief Medical Officer,, Dr. Shamdeo Persaud, who gave emphasis to a multi-sector involvement in addressing the gender issue. “We cannot approach any of these problems without all of the persons including members of the media; we depend a lot on what you do…” Cheap NFL Jerseys NFL Jerseys Authentic China Cheap NFL Jerseys China

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Moreover, construction work, which commenced in 1816, came to an end in 1818, paving the way for the church to be established on September 27, 1818.In that very year the church was opened for public worship, giving credence to the claim that it is possibly the oldest church that has practiced continuous worship in Guyana.The church doors were of course opened during the era of slavery and the then Minister, Reverend Archibald Browne,, who according to reports was concerned about the welfare of slaves, started to admit slaves as members to the church by 1821.And it was just about two decades later, 1841 to be precise, that the Church of Scotland Primary School was erected as another Minister, Reverend James Struthers, was convinced that the slaves who were freed, after much struggle, by August 1, 1838, should be trained.Moreover, history details that during the period 1857-1863, two teachers were sent for training at the Bishop’s College which was the then Teachers’ Training College, established under a grant made available by the Combined Court.And though the church evolved over the years under the auspices of various overseas ministers, even after Guyana gained its independence in 1966, it was not until 1974 that a local Minister was appointed in the person of Reverend Oswald Allen Best.Today, the church is headed by Reverend Maureen Massiah, who is in fact the first female Minister elevated to the full status of Ordained Minister. She was appointed in September 2011 and has assumed full responsibility as Moderator for St Andrew’s Kirk,, which continues to maintain its role and its place in the Guyanese society and even further afield.Ahead of Massiah’s appointment, the church, which has retained structural integrity, was under the control of the Government; a period that spanned 1976 – 2011.So auspicious is the age-old edifice that Massiah assumed responsibility for, that it has been recognised by the Guyana Government as not only a historic building but also a heritage site. And members of the church insist that other than regular maintenance,, the original structure has been expertly preserved. Well,, except for the slate roof which this publication understands was replaced just about a decade ago with asphalt shingles and the fact that the windows which were once outfitted with plain glass are now a colourful view.Some remedial works were also done on the interior and exterior of the building,, but much of the original timber (balata, pine) has been preserved and the style retained. To ensure the security and integrity of the building a fence has been erected around the perimeter. However, no effort was spared to ensure the building remains in full view of the interested public.And in keeping with the Disability Act which came into effect a few years ago,, the church has since erected a wheelchair ramp at its northern doorway.Worship service is conducted each Sunday, and like other churches,, Holy Communion is held on the First Sunday of each month.The membership of the church has been described as a “true representation of the Guyanese community” as it relates to gender, age, ethnicity, social, economic and political status, skills, abilities and talents. 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    A 47-year-old carpenter and father of two who changed the expiry date on his Republic of Guyana passport was yesterday ordered to pay a $75,000 fine or alternatively serve a six-month prison sentence.Azim Mohammed of 22 Lonsdale,, East Bank Berbice,, appeared before Chief Magistrate Priya Sewnarine–Beharry at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court on a forgery charge.Azim MohammedThe charge read that on Tuesday October 16, with the intent to defraud, Mohammed,, while at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport,, uttered to a female police constable,, one Republic of Guyana passport with a forged expiry date affixed to it.He was represented by Attorney-at-Law Paul Fung-A-Fat.The lawyer told the court that his client was traveling from Trinidad, where he has a job,, to Guyana to visit family. Fung A Fat explained that Mohammed hails from a depressed community in Berbice,, where work is not easily accessible,, but he needed to return to Guyana urgently.The Attorney asked that the court impose upon his client the most lenient sentence as he had thrown himself at its mercy. In addition,, the lawyer said that his client has a clean record and had made a terrible mistake. The Magistrate then made her ruling. Matt Murray Penguins Jersey Brett Hull Red Wings Jersey Pierre Turgeon Canadiens Jersey Henri Richard Canadiens Jersey Phil Kessel Penguins Jersey Howie Morenz Canadiens Jersey Mike Gartner Rangers Jersey Jeff Beukeboom Rangers Jersey Mats Zuccarello Rangers Jersey

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    Leader of A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) Brig. David Granger has applauded the steps taken by the Education Ministry to implement more significantly the Technical and Vocational Education Training initiative (TVET), while citing the need for more to be done.TVET is a module of learning that focuses on acquiring knowledge that has more to do with practical work-related skills,, with the impetus of trying to improve on the productivity of persons looking to diversify within the realm on hands on learning.APNU Leader,, David GrangerIn a recent interview with this newspaper the Opposition Leader said “I applaud the measures being taken in Technical and Vocational Educational Training, TVET,, as it’s called. We have to look at that. During the (election) campaign, I called for more agricultural institutes. Every Region should have an agricultural institute because every Region is agriculture based and particularly for the Hinterland residents they need to be trained in skills which could keep them employed in their Regions”The focus on the initiative comes at a time when unemployment in Guyana is at an inclining 21 per cent,, with a sultry air of tension prevailing among youths not having avenues for employment.Granger said that the crux of the matter concerning youth employment has to be dealt with from the education perspective.“The education system needs to be placed on a firmer footing to make sure that more students complete Primary and Secondary Schools. Right now the dropout level is so high and many of the dropouts are semiliterate and semi numerate,, so in fact,, they are not capable of getting jobs or getting employed in certain types of jobs, so we need to fix the education system first.”To further supplement the education system Granger cited the need to look “at a series of economic enterprises such as agro-processing,, which can help them to process the agricultural produce to value added products. So there is a nexus between TVET and agricultural education and employment. I believe that is one of the means that could be employed.”Education Minister Priya Manickchand speaking on TVET, outlined what she anticipates from the offering at the secondary level. These include students having a deep interest in pursuing further studies,, students certified as being competent, students being able to continue their studies in the institutions built to facilitate TVET,, and that they leave certified and competent at that level, and are absorbed into the workforce of the country so that they can contribute to Guyana’s continued development. Bob Gainey Canadiens Jersey Rob Scuderi Penguins Jersey Jacques Plante Canadiens Jersey Brendan Gallagher Canadiens Jersey Jeff Zatkoff Penguins Jersey Terry Sawchuk Red Wings Jersey T.J. Oshie Capitals Jersey Larry Murphy Penguins Jersey Tomas Tatar Red Wings Jersey

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    Visitor arrivals at the Kaieteur National Park were the highest since 2007, reflecting its growing attraction as a popular tourist site given Guyana’s heightened international profile.This was stated yesterday in a press release from the National Parks Commission.In 2007,, the park attracted 4,,512 visitors when Guyana hosted a leg of the ICC World Cup tournament.The number of visitors to the world renowned Kaieteur Falls dropped to 3,317 in 2008 but rose to 4,032 in 2009 and moved up to 4,,253 last year.The Park is used to having its best turnouts during the months of July and August and it has been so for the past nine years.Between the years 2001 and 2006,, visitors to the park were just more than 2,,000 per year with 2003 being the worst year with 2,,197 visitors but the numbers have grown significantly since 2007.“This is clearly a reflection of the mounting interest in Guyana which has been boosted by the country’s role in initiatives to combat global climate change and protecting the environment”, said Mr. Shyam Nokta,, Chairman of the Kaieteur National Park Commission.Guyana is also becoming more attractive as a tourism destination with the government continuing to partner with private stakeholders to develop the product.The Kaieteur National Park is a central attraction in Guyana’s rich blend of natural beauty and its flora,, fauna and wildlife have been attractions for tourists.In 2010,, special emphasis was placed on the development of domestic tourism resulting in it being a vehicle for promoting national integration.The government allocated funds and facilitated an environment to ensure that this progress continues. Wholesale Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys

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    Chairman of the Guyana Geology and Mines Commission (GGMC), Clinton Williams, recentlyGGMC’s Chairman, Clinton Williamsemphasized that neither he nor the other members of the Board interferes in the daily activities of the Commission. But evidence recently surfaced which proves otherwise.In fact, Kaieteur News has seen credible documents which show that Williams had given clear instructions for a US$15M loan to be transferred to the Central Housing and Planning Authority (CH&PA) just months before the General and Regional Elections in May.This publication has also seen various documents that reveal that the GGMC Commissioner, Rickford Vieira,, had refused to be a part of the deal which was being aggressively pursued by Williams.In fact,, the GGMC Chairman had written to Vieira instructing him to prepare the cheque for the payment of the money to CH&PA. He impressed upon the Commissioner for the matter to be handled “expeditiously.”Speaking to Kaieteur News yesterday afternoon, one of the GGMC Board members said, “Williams indeed pushed for this loan to be processed as quickly as possible in spite of the disapproval of other members on the Board.“I can say to you for sure that I was not in favour of it and I know that Vieira was against it. He made his concerns on the matter very clear to the other members of the Board too. But Williams had an agenda.”In late January, GGMC, via a joint statement with the Housing Authority, indicated that a Loan Agreement on the US$15M was signed.GGMC said that the submission of an investment proposal by the CH&PA stated that the monies will be loaned for a period of one year and used for the development of the housing sector.The Board of Directors of the Commission,, it said,, met and deliberated on the proposal submitted. It was noted that the interest rate being offered by CH&PA was five percent which was 3.2 percent higher than what was currently being earned via the commercial banks and other investment options open to the Commission.The parties involved articulated that the loan is for a period of one year with interest calculated using the reducing balance. In the event CH&PA fails to repay the entire amount by the deadline,, the Commission has the right to increase the interest rate to seven percent.GGMC said that at the level of the Board of Directors, it was agreed that the investment proposal was financially prudent and sound. And as such it was agreed to grant the loan subject to the terms and conditions enshrined in the Loan Agreement and any additional guarantees required by the Commission.GGMC Commissioner,, Rickford VieiraIt claimed, also, that the CH&PA project is pivotal to the realization of the Government of Guyana’s strategic target of allocating 30,000 lots under the Adequate and Affordable Housing Programme in order to maintain momentum in the provision of service land in several areas on the East and West Demerara.The move was one that earned condemnation and harsh criticisms from various sections of the society including the political opposition.In fact ,, the then Opposition Leader, David Granger,, had said that he felt this approval was not only out of order but outside of the law.He said that his understanding is that the rules governing the expenditure of GGMC funds are clearly defined and that they are only supposed to be used for activities that can advance the work of the Commission.Granger had emphasized that it is outrageous that state funds which do not go into the Consolidated Funds could be used improperly for such a speculative matter in the housing sector.Chairman of the GGMC Board, Clinton Williams, in spite of the concerns raised, insisted that the Commission’s action was within its laws. But his attempts to justify the decision taken by the Commission only served to rouse more criticisms and incite protests.The matter was eventually taken before the High Court and the Commission was asked by acting Chief Justice Ian Chang to justify the loan agreement. But after failing to do so, Chang quashed the matter and deemed the agreement to be null and void.After the May 11 elections, more documents surfaced which revealed that CH&PA had wanted restrictions lifted on the money, allowing the entity to use it for other purposes.An investigation into the loan agreement by the Granger administration eventually showed that while the Housing Authority had signed the agreement for the US$15M it so desperately needed,, it had US$40M lying dormant in private accounts. Dominic Moore Rangers Jersey Guy Lapointe Canadiens Jersey Justin Williams Capitals Jersey Evgeny Kuznetsov Capitals Jersey Jarred Tinordi Canadiens Jersey Tyler Johnson Lightning Jersey Brendan Shanahan Red Wings Jersey Phil Kessel Penguins Jersey Bob Gainey Canadiens Jersey

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    – Health MinisterBy Sharmain CornetteA new Nurse Practitioners’ Bill is likely to be in place by next year which is intended to ensure that continued nursing education becomes compulsory rather than an optional endeavour within the local health sector. Health Minister, Dr Leslie Ramsammy,, made this disclosure yesterday even as he recounted the journey thus far to make continued education move a reality.The Minister said that it was in 1997 that he was appointed Director of the Health Sector Reform Unit and was tasked with working along with the Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO) to develop a Draft Bill to change the regulatory framework for nursing.In addition to the Bill, he said, there were plans to introduce new categories of nursing. At that time, the minister revealed that there was only one specialist nurse category that was recognised. 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    It was all laughter and festive chatter on Wednesday evening as folks at Calcutta Village, Mahaicony, East Coast Demerara joined renowned village ‘hottie’, Alice Alberto Crawford,, in celebrating her 103rd birthday.Still able to mouth ‘fiery remarks’ ‘Saucy’ as she is more popularly known, sat muttering under her breath as she awaited the proceeding to roll on.Dressed in her favourite orange robe and her purple decorative headwear she loved most, ‘Saucy’ clapped gleefully and attempted to sing along choruses the gathering sang, led by woman pastor Merlene Sobers.The still frisky and somewhat fretful Saucy was treated on Wednesday to a lavish birthday cake in her favorite colours of yellow, white, red and green, while fruit beverages,, mauby and Creole dishes flowed in abundance.Born on May 27,, 1906 to Sophia Jack and Wilbert Crawford, Saucy grew up as a spirited young girl who sported ponytails. There was always fire burning in her eyes. As she grew up she was popular for intimidating her peers and while in her early teens sent fire and brimstone on any young boy who dared to make advances on herself and her close friends.She was an athletic student at the Catherineville Methodist School (housed in the church building at the time) and soon blossomed into a vivacious teenaged beauty sporting wide luscious hips and a ‘rear end’ that evoked male catcalls wherever she ventured, much to her annoyance.Though she was never married she bore three children, two of whom are alive today. She is the proud grandmother to 17,, and great-grandmother to 35. She attended church regularly and was very active in her choir right up until the years took their toll on her limbs.She played an important role in the operations of the St. Elmo’s Burial Society which was a vibrant body in the village. That organization is now defunct.At 103,, Saucy is still keeping her relatives on their toes. It is as if she enjoys making them realize that she is no wheelchair bound old woman who must be pampered. She still tries to seductively wiggle her hips which have reduced greatly in size, evoking mirth among those close to her.Last year Saucy danced and pranced with well-wishers but this year she chose to remain seated.And of course on Wednesday she was surrounded by her crew of ultra saucy associates among them Barbara Crawford, Hayleen Lyndo,, Eleana Ramsey, Hazel Chester and others.Saucy played a major role in traditional village functions and prepared all the custard the Calcutta Soiree, just as she is famous for preparing the best black pudding and black cake in the village.Hugs and kisses abound at the birthday celebration but Saucy as usual rolled her eyes heavenward with a look of profound mischief. Many reflected on the days when they attempted to steal her guavas in her backyard only to be faced with Saucy bearing down on them with hair flying and nostrils dilated.The scene was very emotional for many who wished Saucy all the best, only to be met with smirks, laughter and sometimes malicious remarks as she smirked in satisfaction.Her granddaughter, Desiree Ifill, had flown in from New York for the birthday function and Saucy occasionally beamed at her with obvious mischief glistening in her eyes.When the ceremony came to a close,, Saucy was more than relieved and ready to hit her bed. Nike Cowboys #89 Gavin Escobar Navy Blue/White Throwback Mens Stitched NFL Elite Jersey Pistons #0 Andre Drummond Navy Stitched NBA Jersey Nike Eagles #91 Fletcher Cox Black Mens Stitched NFL Elite Pro Line Gold Collection Jersey Wholesale Golden State Warriors Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys China Wholesale USA Soccer Jerseys Cheap Jerseys From China

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    The Parliamentary Select Committee one year after receiving the Money Laundering and Anti Terrorism Bill for review before it is returned to the National Assembly for debate and eventual passage is now making headway towards completing the process.The committee has requested through media adverts the public’s contribution, oral and written, on the critical piece of legislation.After meeting for the first time in June last year to elect a chairman of the committee which was tasked with examining the various clauses in the Money Laundering and Anti Terrorism Bill,, this is the second sign of progress.Alliance for Change (AFC) leader, Raphael Trotman had previously condemned the slothfulness with which the committee is progressing, saying, “It is very impressive to the international community to say that the Bill is at the select committee when in fact nothing is actually being done.”A select committee takes charge of a Bill after it was laid for the first time in the National Assembly and examines the various clauses to ensure that there are no conflicts or contentious issues.The Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism Bill was first laid in the National Assembly in June last year and sent to a Special Select Committee for review, before debate.Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Doodnauth Singh presented the bill to the House, which seeks to prevent money laundering, the financing of terrorism, and to allow for the civil forfeiture of criminal assets.The legislation, when enacted, is expected to provide for oversight of export industries,, real estate, alternative remittance systems and other financial institutions.Among others, the bill provides that the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) may apply to the High Court for a restraining order against any realisable property held by the accused or specified realisable property held by a person other than the accused in both a money laundering or terrorism case.In relation to terrorism,, the bill seeks to empower a police or Customs officer where he has reasonable grounds to suspect that any cash is intended to be used for the purposes of terrorism,, or belongs to or is held in trust for a terrorist organisation or represents property obtained through acts of terrorism, to seize the cash.The DPP may also apply to the High Court to freeze any account or other property held by any person on behalf of a terrorist or terrorist organisation.The bill also sets out procedures in relation to request from another agency or another country.In connection with property that directly or indirectly constitutes proceeds of crime and the value is not less than two million dollars, the Court may make an interim order prohibiting the person from disposing of or diminishing its value during the period of fifty-six days from the date of making the order, the bill outlines.It seeks to empower a High Court judge to make a restraining order prohibiting the respondent or any other specified person or any other person having notice of the order from disposing of the property unless otherwise instructed.The bill also provides that money laundering and terrorist financing are offences for the purposes of the law relating to extradition or the rendition of fugitive offenders.Of significance, the bill provides that all moneys derived from the fulfillment of forfeiture and confiscation orders contemplated in the Act shall be paid into the Consolidated Fund.In 2000, Guyana passed the Money Laundering Act 2000, but it was believed to be riddled with loopholes that prevented the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) established under the Act from carrying out its mandate.Crimes covered by the Money Laundering Prevention Act include narcotics trafficking, illicit trafficking of firearms, extortion, corruption, bribery, fraud, counterfeiting, and forgery. The law also requires that incoming or outgoing funds over US$10,000 be reported.The new legislation is generally intended to track money transfers, and activities of commercial banks and other financial institutions. 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    The importance of the family life is being highlighted this week even as Family Awareness Week is being observed by the Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, a religious denomination.The observance which commenced on Sunday with a church service continued on Monday with a number of exhibitions at various locations,, including the Vreed-en-Hoop Stelling, West Bank Demerara,, an activity that will culminate on Friday.According to member of the church, Parbhudial Singh,, the observance has been an annual feature over the years. It has as its main aim, giving guidance to families in a variety of ways,, all of which are geared at bettering family life.Through the week-long exhibition,, Singh said that individuals from the society can approach members of the church to enquire of the little important factors which must be addressed.The exhibition,, which is characteristic of a display of reading materials and television shows,, highlights the need for family to make time for each other, improve communication and to emphasise values.By following the three simple steps in detail, it is expected that families could be much happier, according to Singh. Wholesale New York Yankees Jerseys Avalanche #9 Matt Duchene Black 2016 All Star Stitched NHL Jersey Cheap Jerseys From China Pistons #0 Andre Drummond Navy Stitched NBA Jersey Wholesale USA Soccer Jerseys Nike Cowboys #89 Gavin Escobar Navy Blue/White Throwback Mens Stitched NFL Elite Jersey Wholesale Jerseys China


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    Retired Police Commissioner Winston Felix and other high ranking retirees from the Joint Services were among the hundreds of APNU supporters who marched through Georgetown yesterday in a continued demand for the verification of the Statements of Poll which have been delivered to the various parties by the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM).Third from left Former Police Commissioner Winston Felix,, Prime Ministerial Candidate Dr Rupert Roopnarine and Retired Chief Edward CollinsDressed in their green APNU jerseys and carrying placards, the group first assembled at Square of the Revolution. The march began shortly after 15:00hrs. Age was no barrier, since young and old were out in their numbers.Protesters marched north along Vlissengen Road, to Lamaha Street, down Main Street then to the Avenue of the Republic before ending up at Stabroek Market. 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The woman explained that she would continue her protest whether it rains or shines, because it’s her democratic right.Former Parliamentarian Ms Joan Baveghems, who was shot with rubber pellets on Tuesday,, was yesterday back on the road protesting. This time however Baveghems was seated in a bus cheering that she needed her votes to be counted.Prime Ministerial Candidate for the APNU, Dr Rupert Roopnarine joined in the protest some time around 16:00hrs marched with them along Main Street, into the Avenue of the Republic and thence to Stabroek Market square.A Partnership for National Unity activist,, David Hinds, said that yesterday’s “march” was organized to address three pressing issues facing Guyanese.He said that even though GECOM has sent the Statements of Poll ‘SOP’, Hinds said that they will continue their protest until they have verified the SOP’s. He explained that they have to examine what was sent to the party.Secondly, he said that they were protesting for the resignation for GECOM’s chairman Steve Surujbally and Gocool Boodhoo. According to Hinds, there is the need for a total overhaul of GECOM. He said that another election cannot be held with the same machinery that is currently in place.Hinds also said that they were protesting to further press the demands for a government of national unity. Hinds said that the PPP/C has a minority government according to its own figures.He said no where in a democratic society that if they have won 48 percent of the votes they can get a 100 percent of the cabinet.At the end of the day the Legislature and Parliament are powerful,, but the executive branch, has the power to implement the decisions. 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He said that if this happens they would come off the streets because they would be implemented into the government.He said that charges which were brought against Attorney at Law James Bond and Retired Chief of Staff Edward Collins are a clear sign of provocation.“It’s the continued provocation after shooting at our people; apologizing for shooting them,, and the charges now are another route to criminalize our people.”Collins and Bond were among several who were shot with rubber bullets during an illegal but peaceful march in Hadfield Street on Tuesday.Also injured were 75 year-old Sarah Johnson, Joan Baveghems who is a former People’s National Congress Reform Parliamentarian, Brentnol Holder, Neil Mattis and his seven year-old son Johnny Mattis,, Lurlene Nestor and Laurine Mingo.Charges against me is an absurdity of the century – CollinsAnd retired Chief of Staff Brigadier Edward Collins said that he is very impressed by the determination that the young people have shown. 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    Two men, who were accused of killing a female taxi operator along Ogle Road, East Coast Demerara, on February 10, 2006, yesterday each received 30-year prison sentences, when they appeared before Judge Roxanne George-Wiltshire at the High Court.The sentences for the two 24-year-olds,, Anandram Dharamraj of Seventh Street Success, East Coast Demerara, and his co- accused Naresh Boodhoo, of Success Squatting Area, East Coast Demerara,, came after the men pleaded guilty to the lesser count of manslaughter.Three men were initially charged for the murder of 40-year-old Seerajie Singh also known as ‘Lalita’, who operated a taxi service out of her Lot 129 Seventh Street, Success,, East Coast Demerara home.Hemraj Boodwah, the third accused, had luck on his side when the judge freed him from the charge due to what she described as a police “mess up”. He was advised to make something good of his life.The police said that on the day in question the duo summoned the taxi driver requesting her service. They then robbed and shot her in the mouth before making good their escape with her motorcar.The accused admitted to killing the female driver. They said they plotted Singh’s death while sitting on a koker near their village.In Boodhoo’s statement, he said that Singh arrived at Ogle Road with Dharamraj after they had summoned her to take them to that location. A gun was placed to the woman’s belly and she was ordered to stop the car. Dharamraj then exited the car while keeping the gun fixed on the woman.Boodhoo choked the victim while pulling her out of the vehicle. Dharamraj said in his caution statement that on the first attempt at shooting the woman the gun did not go off. He pulled the trigger again and Singh was shot. The woman then ran to the front of the vehicle, the shooter got into the driver’s side of the vehicle while his accomplice got into the passenger seat next to the driver. They then made off with the car leaving Singh on the roadway.According to the post mortem report read in court, the victim had died of a gunshot wound to the mouth. The bullet had entered through the mouth and exited through the back of the woman’s head. The gunshot injury caused respiratory inconsistencies that resulted in the victim’s demise.Prior to sentencing,, two separate voir dire were held to determine whether the caution statements given to the police by the accused should be accepted as evidence in the murder trial. The statements were accepted and were later tendered as evidence.During yesterday’s hearing, a recommended probation report in relation to the two accused was read to the court by a senior probation and social services officer from the Ministry of Human Services. 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He said they had become close, but during a working trip to the interior he met a girl who became pregnant for him. He continued that he brought the girl back to the city but Singh was not appreciative of that.Dharamraj said that Singh called him one day and they drove to the location where she died. He said the woman argued about the pregnant girl and ordered that she be removed from the village. A scuffle ensued, the accused said. The woman held onto his jersey and during the fracas the gun accidentally went off and the woman was shot. He apologized to the family and said he wished that things did not happen the way it did.Boodhoo also related his sorrow for the incident and begged the court for leniency.The court took all the mitigating and aggravating factors into consideration. The Judge referred to the seriousness and prevalence of the offence. 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    Parliamentarian for A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) Joe Harmon on Saturday stressed that Guyanese must be concerned about why Delta Airlines chose to “pull out” from Guyana, since according to him,, it has been a very profitable route.Harmon was at the time addressing the residents of Timehri North where a number of issues mainly the “airport project” were addressed by a team of APNU members.According to Harmon,, Minister of Tourism Irfaan Ally was on national television recently,, saying that he was very upset and concerned that Caribbean Airlines had jacked up their prices for tickets for people travelling to and from Guyana.“Now,, this is an airline which had been given flag carrier status of Guyana and shortly thereafter they jacked up the prices on us because Delta left. Now we have to be concerned about these things,” Harmon stressed to the community.“When these things happen you have to question the people who are negotiating on your behalf, they have to say to you why Delta left,” Harmon stated.According to Harmon most persons are aware that there are additional costs apart from the operational expenses and additional risks for an aircraft like that flying into Guyana.He said that while people are never really given the real truth as to why Delta left, they were never really given the real facts about Caribbean Airlines and the flag carrier status negotiation. Harmon said that Guyanese continue to depend on people who are incompetent to negotiate contracts on their behalf.In February,, Delta Airlines, in a surprise announcement,, said it was pulling out of the Guyana route and cited profitability.The Government said it was puzzled as from all indications the US airline seemed to be doing well. Indications are that it was commanding near full passenger loads, this year racking up its highest percentage…89 per cent,, according to Transport Minister,, Robeson Benn.Government had denied reports that Delta was unhappy because Government businesses were taken away from the airline – businesses like diplomatic bags and mail. Government had also denied a report that the airline was pressured after baggage belonging to former President Bharrat Jagdeo was searched.Guyana has given Fly Jamaica the go ahead for the air carrier to start service to and from this country.Head of the Presidential Secretariat,, Dr. Roger Luncheon told media operatives earlier this month that Fly Jamaica will be operating the Guyana to New York and Toronto routes. He said the approval came after the standard evaluation procedures by the Guyana Civil Aviation Authority. Pedro Rodriguez Barcelona Jersey Jordi Masip Barcelona Jersey Jean Beausejour Chile Jersey Marcelo Diaz Jersey Adriano Barcelona Jersey Custom Chile Soccer Jersey Douglas Jersey Charles Aranguiz Jersey Sergio Busquets Jersey


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    Even before the announcement of this year’s Education Month theme,, the Volunteer Youth Corps (VYC) Inc. has been making interventions in the education sector to ‘transform’ teaching techniques to suit modern classrooms.Since July 2012,, the VYC, a non-profit organisation with focus on the development of the lives of young people, has worked to enact a system in the classroom that embraces practical learning as opposed to conventional teaching.With this initiative sprung the Afterschool Interactive Math and Science Project. Following the completion of a successful run of the project’s one-year pilot in August, it was officially tabled to be integrated into the nation’s education system, with the Ministry of Education signaling its support.Sponsor Jaime Buitrago (left) and Chairperson of the VYC Board, Bonita Hunter,, perform the cutting of the ceremonial ribbon, as St. John’s College student, David Jeffrey, looks on.The Afterschool project was officially launched at the Regency Hotel, Hadfield Street, on Monday.According to Science Teacher Ronald Forde, the project’s aim was to “breathe life into Math and Science” and to deliver content in such a way that students are able to interact with learning materials and exercise their abilities.He said that this aim was seen as a means of stimulating renewed student interest in these subjects that they take on with fear; while making the process fun.As the name suggests, the project encompasses Mathematics and Science classroom sessions for Grades Nine and Ten that are held after school hours. So far, the sessions have been accommodating students from 11 Secondary Schools in Georgetown and are being held at two locations, the VYC Office, Durban Backlands and the St. John’s College.The one-hour sessions are held three afternoons per week and are facilitated by six teachers from the varying schools who had been recruited by VYC.VYC Trainer,, Quincy Richards, said that even the teachers had partaken in training sessions designed to help them animate their teaching sessions so as to reach students. He said of utmost consequence was the need to direct teachers away from the traditional manner of teaching and to incorporate practical activities into the lessons of these vital subject areas.“It involves being practical more than anything else. The teachers were encouraged to try as much as possible to engage the students in the learning process; to get them highly involved,” Richards noted.Among the techniques that were encouraged was the use of projectors to demonstrate visually processes that may be difficult to comprehend.The Science Teacher,, during his remarks, enlightened as to how the piece of machinery can effectively aid in the learning process.“Imagine students’ eyes fixed on a screen showing the entire Germination process. Imagine Physics topics – Speed and Velocity – being taught through video sports such as car racing, and a cooking session being used to teach Measurement and Evaporation. This is what ‘Transforming Classrooms for the Twenty First Century’ means,,” he said.Deputy Chief Executive Officer (DCEO), Donna Chapman, while underlining that the Ministry of Education supports the initiative, urged that measures be taken so as to integrate other schools outside of the 11-school bracket into the project.She said that the initiative is especially timely since it focuses on two of the key Secondary School subjects, since they are critical in competing in the global market.“Guyana needs more Scientists and Mathematicians.”She reminded that all jobs and everyday life demand Science and Mathematics skills.“It is said that Mathematics helps students to develop analytical and critical thinking skills, the ability to reason in a logical way and the ability to recognize patters and apply them to situations.”Directing her remarks to the students,, the DCEO advised that they make good use of the opportunity being presented to them. She urged that with the new approach being taken in the Science field, Guyana should see more participation in the Sagicor Science Competition in the coming years.(Tiffanne Ramphal) Wholesale Authentic China Jerseys NBA Jerseys China Wholesale Los Angeles Kings Jerseys Wholesale Houston Rockets Jerseys Wholesale China NFL Jerseys Seattle Seahawks Jerseys China Wholesale Cincinnati Reds Jerseys


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    A Puerto Rico Court has set February 23rd, 2015, for the trial of Khamraj ‘Kem’ Lall,, the Guyana-born pilot who was allegedly caught with over US$600,000 in cash hidden in his private jet.‘Money jet’ pilot: Khamraj LallAccording to court documents scheduling the processes of the court case,, the pilot will have until February 13 to file a plea agreement or signal a change of plea. The matter will be heard before Judge Jay Garcia-Gregory.The matter made headlines in Guyana as Lall,, who owns Kaylee’s Gas Station in Coverden,, East Bank Demerara, was arrested by airport authorities in Puerto Rico in November, after his jet made stop to refuel,, on its way to Guyana. The jet and other assets, including the cash, are more than likely to be seized.Earlier this month, Lall pleaded not guilty to the grand jury indictment of smuggling bulk cash. The pilot, who also owns a limousine service in Guyana, flew President Donald Ramotar on occasions on the private jet. His company, Exec Jet Club,, has a private hangar at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport.Government had denied it granted the company any special privileges and said that the operations were in keeping with regulations.Originally charged with bulk cash smuggling after US$620,000 was found in his jet, Lall was placed on US$100,000 bail. A grand jury then decided that he would additionally see forfeiture of the cash and his properties related to the offence. This was both in the US and could involve Guyana as well.According to the indictments filed in the United States District Court of Puerto Rico, Lall knowingly attempted to transfer more than the allowed US$10,000 from Puerto Rico, without declaring it and in breach of laws.Prosecutors are saying that on November 22, last, Lall and two other individuals arrived at the Luis Munoz Marin International Airport on a private aircraft bearing tail number N822QL.Lall was the co-pilot, while the other two individuals were his father and the pilot of the aircraft.During a mandatory search, the agents unearthed some maintenance discrepancies and grounded the aircraft until the issues could be resolved.The following morning, the issues were resolved,, and Lall informed the US Customs Agents so that they could resume their outbound inspection of the aircraft. Employing the use of a sniffer dog, the US agents were alerted to a bundle of currency wrapped in plastic bags, and a blanket, was found under the exit row seat. It was approximately US$150,000.His explanation was that the money represented proceeds from his business, and which he had forgotten was there. The agents did not buy his explanation.When they continued their search, they stumbled upon a black suitcase inside a compartment next to the engines. The suitcase was found to contain several black garbage bags containing bundles of currency totaling approximately US$470,000.Lall accepted responsibility for the cash. He later moved to restrict some of the details contained in the court documents claiming that he was “filing the motion with the requested level of restriction because it is necessary to protect the confidentiality of the information detailed in the document and exhibits.”Recently, the Puerto Rican court ordered the jet owner to surrender all his pilot licences. He was restricted to travel between New Jersey in the United States and Puerto Rico only for purposes pertaining to his court hearing.Exec Jet has reportedly also closed it’s Gainesville, Florida office. Wholesale NBA Jerseys NBA Jerseys Chinahttp://www.wholesaleauthenticnflchinaj