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    – Former Auditor GeneralThe recent ruling by Chief Justice (ag) Ian Chang on the Presidential term limit, is according to Former Auditor General Anand Goolsarran, enough evidence to prove just how inappropriate it is to have one Judge presiding over the Constitutional Court.On Friday last, the CJ ruled that the presidential term limit imposed by the 2001 amendment to Article 90 of the Constitution is unconstitutional,, unless it is approved by the citizens in a referendum.That article states that: (a) a person who acceded to the Presidency after the year 2000 is eligible for re-election only once; and (b) a person who acceded to the Presidency after the year 2000 and served therein on a single occasion for less than such period as may be determined by the National Assembly, is eligible for election as President only once.The Chief Justice ruled that the approval of the people through a referendum is needed for placing term limits on the Presidency and that the 2001 constitutional amendment is invalid and without legal effect.Chang, in his ruling, asserted that: “There can be no doubt that Parliament could have altered Article 90 by two-thirds majority of all the elected members of the National Assembly. But in so far as those alterations diminished and further restricted democratic sovereignty which, under Article 164(2) was procedurally protected by the requirement of a referendum for its legal validity and efficacy, the holding of a referendum was required”.Chief Justice Ian ChangFormer Auditor General, Anand GoolsarranGoolsarran recalled that Chang referred to Article 164 (2) (a) of the Constitution “which requires any Bill to amend Article 90 to be supported by: not less than two and not more than six months after its passage through the National Assembly…Provided that if the Bill does not alter any of the provisions mentioned in subparagraph (a) and is supported at a final voting in the Assembly by votes of not less than two-thirds of all the elected members of the Assembly it shall not be necessary to submit the Bill to the vote of the electors.”Subparagraph (a) refers to any alteration to articles 1, 2, 8, 9, 18,, 51,, 66, 89, 99 and 111.Since Article 90 is not listed in subparagraph (a), Goolsarran said that there is no need for a referendum,, since the Bill to amend article 90 was supported by two-thirds of the votes of all the elected members of the Assembly.He recalled that Chang, however, justified his ruling by contending that the amendments to Article 90 “curtail people’s democratic choices” and offends declarations in Articles 1 and 9 that Guyana is a “democratic state” in which “sovereignty resides in the people.”Goolsarran in his recent writings said that it is improper for the adjudication of all constitutional matters to be placed in the hand of a single individual,, regardless of how knowledgeable and experienced he/she may be in such matters.He added, “Besides, the person has been acting in the position of Chief Justice for about a decade, which can have a negative impact on the independence of the judiciary.”The Former Auditor General said that given that the Constitution is the highest law of the land, it would have been more appropriate for a group of eminent judges to be involved, so that any pronouncement would have the benefit of the collective view, as opposed to an individual one.He reminded, however, that former Speaker Raphael Trotman, who was a respondent in the matter, has signaled an intention to test the ruling “in the highest court, because if allowed to stand it would really undermine the very constitutional framework of the country and put the entire country into a tailspin”.Chang’s ruling was also disapproved of by Prof. Justice Duke Pollard who said, “The judgment is arguably tendentious, occasionally pleonastic, bereft of sustained rationality, and strangely and curiously,, not to mention inexcusably, has eschewed the application of the required rule of statutory interpretation in construing the provisions of Article 1 of the Guyana Constitution,, given the concatenation of genus-describing attributes employed therein….”“In my respectful submission, therefore, the determination of our learned Chief Justice in Cedric Richardson v Attorney General and Raphael Trotman is irretrievably flawed and is likely to be overturned on appeal, given among other deficiencies, an arguable perception of bias by reference to the relevant provisions of the Bangalore Draft Principles and the Latimer House Guidelines on judicial conduct.”He argued that in the ultimate analysis, the Constitution, the supreme law, relieved Parliament of the need to secure approval of Act No.17 of 2001 by referendum.Attorney General (AG) and Minister of Legal Affairs, Basil Williams,, had emphasized the need for improving the perception of fairness in the Constitutional Court and for eliminating the backlog of cases in the judicial system.Williams in an interview with this newspaper had said that Government maintains its position that the Constitutional and Commercial Courts, both manned by one Judge, require additional adjudicators.The AG had said, “We believe there should be an additional Judge in the Commercial court and the Constitutional court. 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    …project head,, Alexei Ramotar,, still mum on ongoing developmentsWith several hundred million dollars already expended to land a fiber optic cable in Guyana from Brazil, there is nowHead of the Presidential Secretariat, Dr. Roger Luncheonuncertainty about when and where the internet connectivity will be coming from now that the project is in deep trouble.The cable, part of a bigger US$32M-plus project, was intended to provide bandwidth for the administration E-governance program.Head of the Presidential Secretariat,, Dr. Roger Luncheon,, made the shocking revelation when he appeared recently on state television to discuss the Information Communication Technology (ICT) sector.The revelations by Luncheon would be another confirmation that the project is in deep trouble.According to the Government spokesman, the difficulties encountered with the fiber optic cable that was being brought from Brazil “has indeed forced us to start considering bandwidth from sources other than the administration.”Dr. Luncheon did point out that backbone of the project- the network which stretches across the coast connecting the various government agencies, to enhance Government agencies- has been completed but it needs the bandwidth.The Brazil fiber optic cable was the critical component that would have brought internet connectivity.Dr. Luncheon denied that the project was at “death’s door”, in response to Opposition Leader,, David Granger, but he was unable to provide a timeline as to when and where the bandwidth to operationalise the project would be coming from.Luncheon insisted that, as it relates to the ICT project, “what is intended cannot die.”On the matter of when the project will be operationalised,, Dr. Luncheon said, “I am thinking that once a source of bandwidth is accessible and that means both price and the technical aspects, we have big debates over bandwidth and theBharrat Jagdeoway it is provided, but if price and the technical aspects can indeed be resolved then, there could be full operationalising.”When contacted for clarifications on the state of negotiations to secure bandwidth for the project in light of the statements by Dr. Luncheon, project head,, Alexei Ramotar, told this publication that the Head of the Presidential Secretariat had already pronounced on the matter and he had no comment to make further.It was just days ago that Dr. Luncheon,, during a Post Cabinet press engagement, conceded that the project had suffered failures. He added that it is in a remedial stage.The official disclosed that contractors have been taken to court for the state of the project.Dr. Luncheon was adamant that the project was not scrapped or abandoned. He said that he is currently involved in negotiations with a local firm and another from a neighbouring country on concluding the project.“I for one am engaged in negotiations but I have to be hesitant in these days of prorogation. I am involved in discussions with a local firm and one from a neighbouring country to conclude the rehabilitation of the existing cable that traverses the over 200 kilometers from its entry point in Lethem to its termination here at Castellani in Georgetown… but in so saying (the project) is obviously in need of being remedied.”The Cabinet Secretary said that some time, probably around 2011 and 2012 it was recognized that significant failures had occurred. He said that this is regarding contractors meeting their obligations with supervisory firms and commitments in the development and unfolding of the project.He noted that while this is the case,, his current discussions will see him giving direction on how renovation and correction of the defects that have been documented can be dealt with.A Government source close to the project, had informed Kaieteur News that there was continuous breakage to the cable along the way.The E-Governance project and the Brazil cable are part of number of other transformative projects which critics are accusing former President Bharrat Jagdeo of using to position his friends to take over the telecoms sector. Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Wholesale China Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China

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    Police in the interior have arrested three men who they believe could provide vital information on the murder of 29-year-old Rasharda Dusrah.The body of Dusrah who reportedly hails from the Essequibo Coast,, and who was residing at Station Street,, Kitty,, was discovered in an abandoned mining pit at Oku Backdam,, Puruni on Tuesday,, with a gaping wound to his neck.Police in a press release said that they are still investigating the circumstances surrounding Dusrah’s death,, which is the second to be recorded in the interior for the week.The decomposing body was brought to the city yesterday. It is at present lying in a mortuary awaiting the Pathologist’s examination. Wholesale China Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys China

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    The recent award of a three per cent wage/salary increase for sugar workers by an Arbitration Tribunal may be heading for troubled waters over a wording in a report which was handed over by the panel.Yesterday, the Guyana Agricultural and General Workers’ Union (GAWU) wrote Chairman of the Arbitration Tribunal,, Dr Gobind Ganga, saying that the union has recognized a problem in the report and that the Panel has failed to discharge its mandate.“Our union recognized the Tribunal’s failure to discharge its mandate in that there is wide difference between the meaning “award” and “recommendation”.”According to the union, the matter is now being referred to its lawyer for advice. As far as the union is concerned, the Tribunal’s mandate was to listen to both the Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo) and GAWU and award an appropriate increase based on the circumstances, not “recommend”.GAWU referred to the actual wording of the report which makes the ward- “The Tribunal recommends an across –the-board increase of three per cent for 2009 which should be paid no later than the end of March 2010.”According to the union, the mandate of the government-appointed Arbitration Tribunal is clear and this is spelled out in the report-”To enquire into the difference between the Guyana Sugar Corporation and the Guyana Agricultural and General Workers Union as it relates to wages and salaries to be paid to those categories of employees of the Corporation that are represented by the Union for the year 2009 and to make an award as the tribunal deems fit.”The letter was also copied to other members of the Board,, Minister of Labour, Manzoor Nadir – Minister of Labour; Yog Mahadeo – Member and Sonia Roopnauth – Member.Since Thursday, GAWU and sugar workers have been engaged in protests over the recommended increase,, which they say should be paid before Christmas. GuySuCo had indicated that it would be paying the increase effective January 1, 2010. The increase will cost the industry an extra $450M,, the Corporation has said.On Tuesday,, workers continued their protest action in Berbice. While protests were held at the Albion, Skeldon and Blairmont,, workers at Rose Hall, which is last grinding,, downed tools and took strike action.In November,, wages talks had broken down between the union and the Corporation. GAWU was demanding 10 per cent but GuySuCo offered three per cent.The Ministry of Labour had stepped in and had ordered compulsory arbitration to resolve the crisis,, which had resulted in over a week of strikes across the country.The Arbitration Tribunal released its report last week “recommending” the three per cent increase and giving the cash-strapped Corporation until March 31, 2010 to pay the retroactive wages/salaries. Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Cheap Jerseys China

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    In light of recent electrical difficulties at the Covent Garden Secondary School last week during the sitting of the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) Electronic Documentation Preparation and Management (EDPM), the Ministry of Education has launched an inquiry.This is according to Minister of Education,, Shaik Baksh,, who said that the Superintendent of Examination has been mandated to spearhead that undertaking.The intent,, the Minister said,, is to determine whether a power outage had impacted the sitting of the examination. According to Baksh he is awaiting a report into the matter.“I haven’t received the report as yet but I expect that it will tell me whether it (power outage) is really impacting.”The power outage, according to reports reaching this newspaper had caused the hosting of the examination to be fraught with some degree of anxiety when the service offered by the Guyana Power and Light Incorporated was interrupted on the East Bank of Demerara.The subject,, EDPM requires the use of a computer,, hence the disruption of electricity was a challenge.Reports were that some students had turned up for the examination around 08:00 hours last week Tuesday but did not leave until some time in the evening. It was disclosed that the 100-odd students who were listed to write the subject were divided into two groups some of whom were scheduled to start at 09:35 hours and conclude around 11:35 hours.However by the time the initial group was slated to complete the task at hand the power outage had occurred. This development,, in essence,, prevented the examiners from printing the very crucial work ahead of allowing the second group to commence the examination.According to one parent, her daughter had not even eaten breakfast before leaving home and was forced to remain in the classroom for several hours pending the completion of the exam due to the situation.A teacher said that there was nothing that could have been done as the examiners were in charge and could not have permitted anything further to be done until the power supply was restored.This, however,, did not happen until some time after 15:00 hours by which time efforts were being made by teachers to solicit support from members of the community to borrow a generator.But despite the electrical challenges Minister Baksh has assured that security has not been an issue at any point in time. “We have always had strong security from the time it leaves Barbados to the time it gets to the examination room. We have very strong security measures in place that is reviewed every year with the Caribbean Examination Council body.”According to the Minister CXC would usually send its own personnel to oversee the system of operation and “I have strong confidence in the integrity of the process.”Last week Tuesday marked the third day since the commencement of the CSEC examination which is set to end on June 10.According to the Caribbean Examination Council, the results of the examination is likely to be made available to the Overseas Examination Commission (Jamaica) and local Ministries of Education around the Region by August 17 and will subsequently be delivered to candidates. Cheap Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys From China Wholesale China Jerseys

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    The overcrowding situation at the country’s nursing schools is perhaps one of the prices that the Ministry of Health must pay in its quest for further development of the health sector.Minister within the Ministry of Health Dr Bheri RamsarranThis observation was made yesterday by Minister within the Health Ministry, Dr Bheri Ramsarran, as he reflected on the massive strides that have been made to improve the delivery of health care,, which he noted includes the training of an increased number of nurses.He opined, though, that concerns have been raised in some sections of society over the massive number of nurses being inducted into the health care system, which initially catered for smaller numbers.“We could probably be criticised for this, but then we had to make some decisions…Hospitals are being built, health centres are being refurbished, and so we need staff,” Minister Ramsarran asserted.He, however, acknowledged that the Ministry of Health has indeed been stretching the limits of the existing training facilities – the Georgetown School of Nursing, the New Amsterdam School of Nursing, and the Charles Rosa School of Nursing in Linden.“Over the past few years, we have inducted just under 1,000 new nurses. This year, I personally inducted 430 new nurses. Last year, in February, we inducted 250…While that was being done, we already had in the system over 600 persons at the training level,” the minister added.But in recognition of the evident challenge, Minister Ramsarran said that the ministry has decided to rent additional space for classrooms in Georgetown and New Amsterdam. He noted that similar arranges have been made in Linden.In Georgetown, space has been rented at the Critchlow Labour College,, and since Monday last, classes have been operational there.“One hundred and thirty five first-year students are already being tutored in more spacious accommodation there…They are a bit more comfortable there…Conditions may not be five-star but they are definitely better than the previously cramped condition.”In the case of the New Amsterdam school, the minister said, efforts were made to rent a spacious private sector building which the ministry is obliged to modify to make it suitable for classroom purposes.“My idea was to have it up and running for the beginning of the term, so that we could have decanted some of the students from the crowded nursing school building. And we could have started some other new classes. For example, the midwifery class has suffered a bit. It has been deferred because of cramped conditions.”Until the private sector facility is completed, the minister said, the ministry will intervene in the midwifery programme by allowing it to be accommodated at the New Amsterdam Hospital.The minister noted, too, that he is appreciative of the tutors, students and parents who have persevered with the ministry,, even as he added that bringing about a solution could sometimes take time.According to the minister, over the past few years, the administration has in a significant way been replacing the infrastructure of the health sector, as was assured in the 2006 manifesto.This, he noted, is evident in the construction of hospitals at Diamond, Leonora, Suddie and Mahaicony, which are all up and running even as similar works at Mabaruma and Lethem are taking shape.In addition to the Ophthalmology Centre at Port Mourant, the minister said, massive works are ongoing at Linden,, while small scale work, such as improvement to the Moruca Hospital, has commenced.“This means that we are improving our structures, but structures alone don’t provide services. 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    The University of Guyana Berbice Campus once again intervened to help a needy student at the Campus. Ms. Onicka Chisholm, of Glasgow Housing Scheme,, East Bank Berbice was unable to pay her tuition for this academic year.Professor Daizal Samad,, Director of UGBC,, was informed of the student’s dire circumstances by Ms. Avis Wong of UGBC. He presented the case immediately to Magistrate Kamal Chandra Sohan and Mr. Soudesh Ramdehol of Clifton, New Jersey. Mr. Ramdehol came forward promptly with the money for this year’s tuition for Onicka Chisholm.From left,, Prof Samad, Ms Wong, Ms Chisholm and Mr RamdehollAt a simple thank you ceremony, Professor Samad thanked Mr. Ramdehol for his kindness towards the UGBC student. He also expressed gratitude to Ms. Wong. “We at UGBC will help in any way that we can, even if it means imposing on the generosity of others like Soudesh. We do not have to call a long meeting and weep and complain. We take prompt action. This matter was brought to our attention and the matter resolved within ninety minutes.”Ms. Chisholm was tearful. She promised to continue to focus on her academics and to join in the effort to improve the Campus and the community.Mr. Ramdehol said that he was happy to be of help to desiring UGBC students and pledged to do whatever he could to assist the Campus to continue the work that it is doing to serve the community of Berbice. China Jerseys Jerseys From China Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys From China

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    NUMBER FIFTY-ONE VILLAGE,, CORENTYNE – Police in Berbice are searching for two prisoners who escaped from the Number Fifty-one Police Station.The men,, 30-year-old Raymond Seelall and Nawaz Mohamed, 25,, both of Brighton Village on the Corentyne, made their bid for freedom about 22:15 hours on Sunday. They were both suspects in a robbery.According to information from Division ‘B’ of the Guyana Police Force,, Number Fifty-one Village experienced a power outage. During that time, the ranks at the enquiries office heard what sounded like someone banging in the lock ups and informed the Officer-in-Charge, Sergeant Beaton.The Sergeant along with Rural Constable Dulam went to investigate. As Rural Constable Dulam opened the door of the cell, one of the four prisoners struck him with a piece of wood and three of the detainees, including the one armed with the wood, ran out.As they were making the dash to freedom, the prisoner also dealt Sergeant Beaton a blow to his head causing him to fall. Ranks gave chase and were able to nab 55-year old robbery suspect Jamwat Seelall, of Brighton Village as he made his way to the Number Fifty-one Village Public Road.According to police reports, charges are to be laid shortly against Jamwat Seelall. The two injured police ranks were subsequently taken to the Skeldon Hospital where they were treated and sent away. Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys From China China Jerseys Jerseys From China

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    …irregular meetings, lack of accountability cited The Port Kaituma, Arakaka, Matthews Ridge Neighbourhood Democratic Council (NDC) has been dissolved and an Interim Management Committee (IMC) comprising 13 members took the oath of Office before Region One Chairman Paul Pierre on Sunday,, last, at the Port Kaituma NDC Office.The IMC,, according to a government statement,, emanated from a recommendation by a Commission of Enquiry requested by the residents of the Port Kaituma, Matthews Ridge and Arakaka NDCs. The enquiry was conducted and completed on March 15 and was submitted to the Ministry of Local Government and Regional Development with the recommendation for an IMC to be installed in that sub-district.Minister of Local Government and Regional Development, Ganga Persaud, Permanent Secretary Collin Croal, along with other Regional Officials who visited that sub-district on March 23 to 26, were present at the swearing in.One of the reasons outlined in the request for the Commission of Enquiry was the irregularity with which meetings were held and the lack of accountability at the NDC level.Minister Persaud expressed gratitude on behalf of the Government, the Ministry and the NDC to the remaining members of the Matarkai NDC.He explained that in 1997, Local Government elections were postponed, since the general and regional elections took precedence. However, after 1997, the leading parties in Guyana signed onto the CARICOM Act, which stipulated that when next local government elections are held it should be under a different electoral system and not according to the previous pattern of every three years.He noted that with the dissolution of the NDC there are now vacancies at the level of Chair, Vice-Chair and Councillors but not for overseer or other staff, since those are not affected. Therefore, all assets and liabilities of the NDC are now owned by the Ministry, the Minister said.The IMC members named are Kishore Etwaroo – Chairman,, John James – Vice Chairman, Wesley Alberts, Norman Robinson, Jennifer Calistro and Celestine Joseph, Shondel St. Just, Esperio Hardoner, Emmanuel Henry, Ignatius Charles, Wayne Holder, Wilma Dass and Simone Benjamin.Minister Persaud said that another discussion will be held for an explanation of the roles of the IMC membership and formal training will be conducted shortly.The Minister also disclosed that a $3M subvention is available but there must be a programme to show how the money will be spent before it is released. Other issues such as garbage collection and revenue collection and deposits were discussed. Jerseys From China China Jerseys Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys From China

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    By Sharmain CornetteThe need for a comparative look at Guyana’s performance in the education sector against that of Caricom is crucial even as improvement efforts are being engaged locally. This disclosure was made by Minister of Education, Shaik Baksh, when he addressed a gathering of head teachers and principals of institutions in the Georgetown District yesterday.The event was the Department of Education Georgetown Head teachers’ statutory meeting which was held at the North Ruimveldt Multilateral School.And in the quest to establish a comparison, Baksh said that he has even sought to contact the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC), his colleague ministers in Barbados, Trinidad and Jamaica to garner some data.“I think that we must have a comparative approach of how we are doing in relation to the other Caricom countries and therefore that can put us in context,” the Minister disclosed.He underscored though that it is a known fact that Guyana has been doing reasonably well,, a development he attributed to the hard work put in by teachers across the country, particularly in the Georgetown District which is leading all the other regions.“We have been topping Caricom for the best performing student at the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) for four years and in other areas too. We have topped in Science and Business Education this year, but these are pluses which seem not to be appreciated countrywide.”Baksh said that based on the data he has been able to acquire the percentage of students who entered and wrote the most recent CSEC examination and obtained five or more subjects at one sitting,, Guyana is in the lead and remains at the top.Jamaica, for example,, has had 24 percent of its candidate entries attain five or more subjects while Guyana is leading with 34 percent. However, Baksh noted that the areas of concern for Guyana at the secondary level, are those of Mathematics and English.“We have to work harder and I think we can do it to put us at the top of the scale.”In English ‘A’,, the Minister said that grades one to three Guyana has scored 50.29 percent, Trinidad and Tobago 56.27 percent and Jamaica 53.88 percent.And though Guyana is on par with those two countries, Baksh noted that Barbados is way ahead with 72.17 percent. “They are doing something special…perhaps which we can learn from,” the Minister speculated.In the area of Mathematics from grades one to three Guyana has 31.46 percent, Jamaica has 36.12 percent while Trinidad and Barbados are ahead with 46.7 percent and 48.48 percent respectively.Moreover, the Minister said that it is clear that a lot more work must be done in mathematics, adding that while there are interventions there is a need for even more to ensure improvement in the next few years. “We have to place more emphasis that is why I am appealing to you principals and head teachers to pay more attention to English and Mathematics.”In the other subject areas, Baksh noted that the local performance is minimally below thus are not of major concern as he believes improvement is inevitable. And given that fact that the secondary performance has its basis at the primary level, Baksh noted that the Ministry has already taken action to closely monitor the grade Two and Four levels.This he said is to analyse and determine what changes are required to improve the performance at schools that are not doing very well.“We have to see how we can change the approaches and get better results…But it starts with you the principals. We can make it happen by analysing the results and ensure that some remediation is done to bring up the level of the low achievers…”According to the Minister, the head teachers and principals in attendance yesterday represent a special pool of experienced and qualified teachers in Guyana and in the largest Education district. As such he noted that it is crucial that they play an integral role in helping to guide the way forward for the education sector.“The way forward for the education ministry is through participation. We want to hear from the practitioners in the field to move forward with changes to improve the overall education system,” Baksh asserted. Cheap NFL Jerseys From China Jerseys China China Jerseys Jerseys From China

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    A teenager accused of committing robbery under arms was yesterday remanded to prison by Magistrate Hazel Octave Hamilton when he appeared before her at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court.The charge against 18-year-old Travis Anthony,, stated that on August 8,, in Georgetown,, armed with a pair of scissors,, he robbed Bonny Paris of one BlackBerry cellular phone worth $60,000.Anthony was not required to plead to the indictable charge.The accused, who was unrepresented, made an unsuccessful application for bail.Police Sergeant Lionel Harvey then requested that the offender be remanded to prison since there were no special circumstances presented for the granting of bail.Anthony was ordered to make his next appearance on October 21. Cheap NFL Jerseys From China Jerseys China China Jerseys Jerseys From China

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    The National Committee for Haiti Relief received 15 barrels of clothing and kitchen utensils valued $500,,000, from the Central Islamic Organisation of Guyana (CIOG),, yesterday.The donation was made to the committee at the Civil Defence Commission’s office,, as efforts intensify towards assisting the devastated island of Haiti,, which was struck by a 7.0 magnitude earthquake on January 12.During the simple handing over ceremony,, the CIOG’s Education Department Director,, Sheik Moeen-ul Hack said that the Muslim community is very happy to be part of the national relief effort.However, he noted that this is only the beginning of the organization’s humanitarian gesture. “The CIOG expresses profound sadness and sympathises with the people of Haiti over their tragic loss of life and the destruction of its infrastructure…. but we assure the people of Haiti that this is only the beginning.”The items donated were garnered from Muslims in Georgetown,, Berbice and Trinidad and Tobago. Head of the Civil Defence Commission Colonel (ret’d) Chabilall Ramsarup who accepted the donation on behalf of the Committee thanked the CIOG for its generosity and assured that it will go a long way in helping the people of Haiti.He said that early next week Guyana will be shipping supplies directly to Haiti. “With the ports now open we will now be able to have direct access from Guyana to Haiti instead of having to stop in Jamaica,” Ramsarup said.The National Committee for Haiti Relief has been successfully raising funds to support the earthquake struck country whose capital Port-au-Prince was destroyed leaving tens of thousands dead and many homeless.At the intervention of President Bharrat Jagdeo, the National Committee for Haiti Relief was set up and has been receiving donations from many.Government committees US$1M, while sums were raised from two nights of telethon and contributions made by businesses,, religious organisations,, political parties, the private sector and civil society.

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    …Sybil Watson-Bollers is a ‘Special Person’Pull Quote: “I taught children over the length and breadth of New Amsterdam. I am thankful that I did not only give them education, I also taught them discipline,, so you find those children are not rowdy like some of those today.”By Leon SuseranSybil Melvennia Watson-Bollers is a tough lady from inside out. We all know that it is not easySybil Melvennia Watson-Bollersto leave your home and family to go and work in the interior. But because her husband was called to serve her country and more particularly the children of Guyana, in a far-out place in the Pakaraimas, Sybil eagerly chose to accompany him on the journey, taking her skills as a nursery school teacher with her and travelling from the “known into the unknown”.This was the crowning moment in her life, since, for the next five years, she would interact and mingle with Guyana’s Indigenous people from that area, and become one with them in every way. But she was also scared, because they were hearing lots of strange stories about the place. “But by God’s help, we mastered it because the Amerindians were very friendly people. ”If you’re talking about love and service to little children in Guyana, then you cannot leave out Sybil Bollers. If you discuss the history and expansion of nursery education in Regions 5 and 6, then you have to mention her name, for the love she had for the nursery sector propelled her to establish two schools that were eventually adopted by the then government.She was born on October 14, 1928, at D’Edward Village, West Coast Berbice, to Tilly Henrietta and Reginald Watson. She had one sibling, Elaine. Her parents were hard-working. Her mother had a love for kitchen gardening and her father was a sugar/pump boiler, and was employed with the West Indies Sugar Factory. He worked for 6 months and then returned home and so on.Sybil attended Rosignol Government Primary School and she remembers her headmaster, Mr Joe Henry as being “a very strict man”. After passing gardening, sewing and school- leaving exams with “high marks”,, she was asked to go to Georgetown for further training, but the protective father that she had, stressed that “girls must be kept at home”.Flanked by one of her daughters, Florizella,, and husband, WinstonShe took up hair dressing and sewing, but admits “my love was for the children”.Courting a young man, Patrick Kingston (now deceased), in those days at 20 left her heartbroken and with a daughter “whom she loved dearly”. It was not the father’s fault, but his family. She was on the road to marriage, since the two of them had engaged. “I got hurt after 3 years… and then later Mr Bollers came into my life. I got scared. I said I don’t want to be with anybody, so I mostly used to cling to church work.”She was Sunday School Supervisor for Hanover Congregational Church at D’Edward.“I was an all- rounder. We used to go around evangelizing and praying for people. I enjoyed it a lot”, she noted. She enjoyed church work so much that she thought she would never have need for another partner in her life.“I thought I was not going to accept anyone again into my life”, she reminisced.With great encouragement from parents and a need for the young to be educated, young Sybil opened a kindergarten school in 1955. The school, with over 65 children, was being conducted at the D’Edward Neighbourhood Democratic Council office.“I had loved children. I used to get the neighbours’ children and they used to come around me. and really, I wanted to teach,, but after I passed the exam and was to go to Georgetown, my Daddy said he was not sending girl children further than home, so I had to do what my parents said. But I was still determined, because the neighbours around saw I loved children and they encouraged me to open the schools,” she reflected. Her niece assisted her with the children.Three years later, Winston Bollers entered her life.“He swept me off my feet and we were married on my 31st birthday, October 14, 1959.”Their union produced five children: Patrick, Florizella, Celeste,, Claire and Patricia.Shortly after that, he was transferred to New Amsterdam Primary. She left West Berbice and the school in the hands of her niece to carry on and continued life in East Berbice. Wanting to tend to the needs of the young in New Amsterdam, Mrs Bollers then opened another kindergarten school, this time in Smythfield.“Seeing I still loved children, I went and opened a school. The Lutheran church had a building and they gave it to me.”Supervising children’s play timePrime Minister Forbes Burnham, at the time, had “asked all the private schools to stick together”. He then sent Minister of Education, Mrs. Rosaline Chase, “to visit various schools to garner information”.“She returned to the PM and gave her report, following which he then took over all the infant schools and renamed them “nursery schools” – the term ‘nursery’ being used for the first time in Guyana’s education system.”“After he saw we had this kindergarten school, he wanted it to be of a certain standard. We were asked to name the school after a flower you know, because of the small children…and seeing I had loved roses, I named my school Red Rose Nursery School.” She subsequently underwent Nursery teacher training.“We were placed on the government payroll, receiving $132 each month. We also had to do training every Saturday at Rose Hall’s St Patrick School by special teachers and supervisors, making suitable aids and learning teaching skills,” she recounted.Little did she know then that the life of her and her family would change. She and her husband had to travel to Monkey Mountain, in the Pakaraimas, to teach. They would leave two of their children behind, since they were in nursing and attending high school.“He had to be headmaster of Monkey Mountain Government School in 1970,” she said. “He had to take his family with him, so there, I had to take a transfer and go with three of my children. The family had to divide.”This was one of the most exciting periods in her life. “The Dakota and Caribu were the names of the planes we travelled with.”In the interior they interacted closely with Amerindians from the Patamona tribe. She passionately rebuffed statements by some persons today who try to downplay education received by Amerindian children in the 1970s and during those times, by stating resolutely that those children were being educated, and properly too.“They had schools in Mahdia, Kato, and teachers. We used to pack that plane and every time you met an area, teachers would be dropped off to teach those same Amerindian children. So how is it that people are saying it is only now the Amerindian children are getting education. That is not true!”“So, you see, education was given to the Amerindians long before now. But you know,, I don’t know in politics why they like to mix things.”Sybil gained a wealth of experience in the interior areas that she would always remember. She recalled seeing large families going to catch fish, as well as making piwari, “and when they go, they catch the fish and dried them, so whenever they come back, they come back with one set of dried fish for them to use.”Graduation exercises were always a source of pride and satisfaction. This photo is at St Mary’s Nursery (Catholic) in the ‘90s. Mrs. Bollers stands in the back row (second from left)She sadly recalled that one of her students in one family never returned after an outing to hunt fish.“Overall, it was a wonderful experience. You go from the known to the unknown. They (the children) were speaking their own language,, so we had to teach them English,” she noted.During the interview, she struggled humorously to remember a few Amerindian words, but could only remember that ‘Panna’ means ‘water’.Sybil said that her family didn’t fear anything because they lived right next to the police station. The schools and teachers’ houses were also close to each other.They left Monkey Mountain in 1976 and returned to New Amsterdam. Interestingly, they did not take any pictures of their stay in the interior.“There (in New Amsterdam) I was asked to head the Gaceline Nursery School” at Ferry Street. She worked with persons like Beverley Tucker, Jean Dublin and many others. She then joined St Mary’s Nursery (Catholic) at Pope Street as headteacher. She retired in 1994.“It was a challenging and enjoyable time at St Mary’s Nursery. It was the largest school in Berbice with over 250 pupils, with 11 teachers,” she reflected. There she worked with the likes of Donna Sinclair, Claville Francis, Jewel Warde, and Izella Mc Calmon.She enjoyed those days since she managed her teachers well.Mrs Bollers shaped the lives of young children for 35 years, and for her, it is a joy to be stopped on the road by her former students, who are grown men and women today.“I taught children over the length and breadth of New Amsterdam. I am thankful that I did not only give them education, I also taught them discipline, so you find those children are not rowdy like some of those today. They were nourished with God’s blessings, because I used to have singing hymns and we used to tell them religious stories—things to mould them to something good,” she proudly asserted.“And I am proud, you know why? Today they turned out to be something good. You don’t want money from them, but your heart has reached out and you have done your part, with the help of God.”The veteran educator blamed the growing indiscipline among youths in school today on the absence of religions education in the school system.“That was a forbearance to help the children, to motivate them to be good students, but since they took them away, that is why they going into the cocaine, the sex and all kinds of lawless behaviour in school today,” she opined.“We did not have that. Our days… we went to school… girls and boys never used to study those kinds of things. Because of this religious knowledge that they took out from the school, it has given the schools a serious decline… that is why the young people are so barbarous and cursing. We just have to continue to pray for Guyana.”“Some of these children come from troubled homes… they don’t know L-O-V-E. And so, when they go in school and teachers start battering them, they only get worse.”She recalled an incident at St Theresa’s Primary – which was next-door to St Mary’s – when she extended a loving arm to a “bad” pupil. She told him she loved him.“I got this boy and patted him up like he was my own, and believe it or not, the teachers told me this boy was a changed pupil afterwards. It was because he had lost the love…the home wasn’t giving him any and the school teachers were treating him bad, and so, he became hard. Teachers have got to be careful.”Mrs. Bollers’ dream before she leaves this world is to return once more to the Pakaraimas, “even if it is to spend two more days,, because I loved it, I loved the place very much. Those were touching experiences that I would never forget and those people (the Amerindians) are just wonderful.”These days she enjoys the company of her 10 grandchildren and 6 great-grands, and despite several minor arthritic bouts,, she loves singing and remains enthused by spiritual worship. Planning to assist the R.C. Church of the Ascension’s choir next year and teaching the Sunday school, are on her priority list.“Thanks to God for keeping me all these years of my life. I am Catholic and proud of it”, she noted. Her daughter, Florizella, accompanies her to Mass every Sunday.Our ‘Special Person’ received an award from the Department of Education in New Amsterdam in 1994 for outstanding and dedicated service to the education system.

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    – AFC scores Region 8; APNU nets three As anticipated, the ruling People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) took control of six of the country’s 10 Administrative Regions when elections for the Chairmen and Vice-Chairmen were held yesterday.The notable change in the political makeup for the hierarchy in the regions was in Region Eight, where the Alliance for Change (AFC) managed to get its nominee,, Mark Crawford,, elected to the post.It means that for the first time in the history of the Potaro/Siparuni that the chairman was not of the ruling PPP/C or the People’s National Congress,, the party which is the major bloc in the opposition coalition, A Partnership for National Unity (APNU).APNU, however,, did managed to get its nominees elected in Regions Four (Clement Corlette),, Seven (Gordon Bradford) and Ten (Sharma Soloman). These areas traditionally enjoy the support of the PNC.No women were elected to head the regions. However two women – Genevieve Allen in Region Four for APNU and Amrita Thomas in Region Seven, also for APNU – secured the second highest positions- that of Vice Chair.The PPP/C had its representatives elected in Regions One,, Two, Three,, Five, Six, Seven and Nine. The Chairmen for those regions, respectively, are: Paul Errol Pierre,, Parmanand Persaud, Julius Faerber, Bindranauth Bisnauth,, Permaul Armoogan and Wilson Lorentio.Mortimer Mingo, who served as Region Ten Chairman, was not even selected to sit as a member of the Regional Democratic Council (RDC). Mingo was at the centre of a public row in which it was claimed that he had initially accepted a government offer for a piece of land in the now famous Pradoville 2 where former President Bharrat Jagdeo and a string of high-profile officials had chosen for house lots.Mingo served as the Chairman after being put in the position by his colleagues in the People’s National Congress Reform, which later joined other partners to form APNU to contest the November 28 polls.Another controversial figure who did not feature in yesterday’s elections was Kwame McCoy, the President’s Information Liaison Officer, who was accused of disrupting a number of meetings of the RDC for Region Four.McCoy’s name did not appear on the list submitted by the ruling PPP/C for the elections.Councilors for the RDCs are selected by political parties based on votes cast at the General and Regional Elections. A meeting is called by the respective Regional Executive Officer at which the Councilors are sworn-in. Once they are sworn in, nominations for a Chairman and Vice-Chairman are then made and the two are elected by the very councilors who were sworn in.Meanwhile, former Chairman of Region One, Fermin Singh was elected as Vice Chair.The RDCs are tasked with carrying out the programmes of the Central Government in their particular regions.

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    The new millennium has witnessed a significant change and attitudinal shift in both women’s and society’s thoughts about women’s equality and emancipation on International Women’s Day yesterday.The theme was “Rights at Work-Ending Poverty and Inequality.”A release from the General and Executive Councils of the Guyana Public Service Union, said that on International Women’s Day, “our nation’s women and those worldwide are pivotal to the endurance of international movements that preserve justice and equality.”The theme highlights the imbalance of opportunities that women endure, but implies that times have called for explicit captioning to publicise challenges facing women that would otherwise be ignored without outspoken opposition.According to the statement equality implies partnership not replacement. In the quest for equality many women only aspire to participate meaningfully and encouragingly in the advancement of society.If one considers a few of the many roles that our nation’s women play including mother, caregiver,, homemaker, breadwinner, citizen,, public servant, health care provider, and teacher, then it is evident that women are essential to the development of Guyana.It was stated worldwide and here in Guyana,, the plight of women underlies larger issues of crime, injustice, domestic violence and poverty.Many fail to realise that several, if not the majority of victims,, are female who oftentimes suffer the most because of their gender aside from other bafflers they face such as race, religion or political views.This imbalance is even more pronounced considering that women contribute more than their fair share to the functioning of the Guyanese economy, but are denied fair and equal access,, the resulting benefits.The statement noted that many women have made significant contributions in the past century toward improving their quality of life; however,, many more barriers need to be overcome.According to president of GPSU, Patrick Yarde,, the Union has aspired to create an environment that naturally encourages women to see themselves as equals and feel empowered to fully play their part,, but those successes would not be realised were it not for their desire to be involved, greater change and growth can only come with increased involvement and vigilance,, as such, all women are called to lead in this effort.

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    A matter of assault which saw a couple before the court yesterday got everyone paying keen attention and at times giggling.It started when Police Prosecutor Sean Blackman and Attorney Darren Wade engaged in battle with words as several objections were raised during the hearing on an assault matter between Emelvna Westmoreland,, 24,, and Alvin Cummings, 29.The court heard that on November 17 at Lot 182 Middle Road, La Penitence,, Westmoreland and Cummings assaulted each other so as to cause actually bodily harm.Westmoreland, a beautician,, and Cummings, an electrician,, pleaded guilty to the charge after it was read to them by Magistrate Brendon Glasford at a sitting of the Night Court in the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts.Attorney Wade,, who was late for the proceeding, entered an appearance on behalf of Westmoreland.During his address to the court,, Wade requested that the matter be held in-camera. However,, Prosecutor Blackman opposed the request. He said that the lawyer did not outline any reasons or show cause why the case should be heard privately.But Wade did not give up the fight. A few minutes later he asked that the matter be held in-camera. This time Magistrate Glasford declined the request.Wade then informed the court that the parties no longer wished to offer evidence against each other and asked that the matter be dismissed.The lawyer explained that the couple share a three-year-old son and are living together. He told the court that they are seeking counselling to better their relationship.Prosecutor Blackman asked the Magistrate to send a warning to persons who insist on wasting judicial time by refusing to proceed with matters when they are brought before the courts.He stressed that there is no tolerance for domestic violence in society; while noting that the woman and man inflicted wounds on each other.Nevertheless,, Magistrate Glasford ordered them to keep the peace for six months. He warned that any violation of the bond will result in them being sent to jail for four months.

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    A Partnership for National Unity’s (APNU) Shadow Minister of Finance,, Carl Greenidge has opined that it is clear that free expression is now seen as a threat to the powers that be in Guyana, and probably treated as a criminal offence by some.This was after careful analysis of the horrifying massacre which recently took place in Paris, France, alongside the threats made against the Kaieteur News paper by the Attorney General, Anil Nandlall.APNU’s Carl GreenidgeAccording to Greenidge, the importance of the press in the life of democracies cannot be exaggerated.For the people of the Caribbean,, he said, the wanton and callous murder of 12 journalists in Paris last week followed by the related murder of an additional five persons in a supermarket by terrorists hiding under the cloak of religion,, should strike a special chord because satire, the idiom of the newspaper Charlie Bebdo, is a form well known to the English Caribbean people. (Satire is the use of humor, irony,, exaggeration, or ridicule to expose and criticize people’s stupidity or vices,, particularly in the context of contemporary politics and other topical issues.)Greenidge said that the massacre at Charlie Hebdo is a further reminder,, if one was needed,, that all kinds of journalists, including cartoonists and satirists are also at risk on the front lines of the battle for press freedom and democracy. Although many in the government would tend to say otherwise,, the Opposition member said that Guyana has not been spared such excesses.“The execution of TV journalist Ronald Waddell outside of his home on January 30, 2006 has not warranted any special attention by the authorities. Indeed, a currently serving Minister has not only been fingered as facilitating a criminal who it is alleged was responsible for the execution but with giving instructions to the hospital to ensure that Waddell be left to die. A similar execution style killing of five pressmen, Eon Wegman, Shazim Mohamed, Richard Stuart, Mark Maikoo and Chaitram took place at the offices of Kaieteur News on August 8, 2006,” Greenidge said.He went on to state that this disgraceful situation persists because some believe that somehow the cause or the political motives of those who perpetrated the atrocities were just.Rather than resolving to ensure that there would be no repetition, the former Finance Minister emphasized that the nation then witnessed the Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Anil Nandlall issuing a de facto threat on innocent employees of the Kaieteur News newspaper, and confirming in the process, the links between the PPP, the Government and major criminals in the community.He reminded that the release of the recording of the alleged conversation on October 27, 2014 has merely served to prompt a set of despicable excuses from President Donald Ramotar and his associates, notwithstanding calls from the Guyana Bar Association and the Association of Caribbean Media Workers (ACM) for the Government of Guyana, and even from their own,, to deal properly with the matter.He added that while some may opine that there are similarities to be drawn between what happened in Paris and the threats by Nandlall, the lesson to be drawn from those two events is that the excuse for the specific terrorist act is always going to be different.“We should avoid therefore focusing too much energy on those narrow causes, such as religious differences and radicalism for example, but rather on their ultimate intent and impact which is to deny others and the majority in the society, the right to free expression and to voice their perception of the world. In Guyana, free speech is seen as a threat to the income and even influence of the powers in Guyana,” Greenidge concluded.


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    “I know there are children who can make a difference…there are children who have the ability to perform. We just have to make them realize their potential, and that’s what I am trying to do— I do indeed have a passion for literacy,”By Leon SuseranSimone Abiola Dainty truly understands that reading is the key to success. This selfless,,Simone Daintycommunity-minded Good Samaritan has been dedicating her time and energies to uplifting the standards of reading in schools across Berbice.When she retires to her home, she then spends a significant portion of her ‘downtime’ helping children in her community of Angoy’s Avenue read. And she finds joy and satisfaction from doing so, through the discovery of the results of children who formerly could not read, to being literate.That is her joy, being able to listen to a child read. Her job is well cut out for her in Berbice, as the Literacy Advisor attached to the Department of Education, Region Six. 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She recalled playing by the seawalls, gathering shrimp and watching ships and boats pass by on the Berbice River.“We would sit in the small fishing boats and throw lines and catch fish— we also enjoyed a lot ofDainty and a group of children at her library upon the completion of the Summer Reading Programme recentlyfishing using rods in trenches nearby,” she said.LOVE FOR CHILDRENYoung Simone attended Overwinning Primary after which she topped the school at theCommon Entrance Exams and was awarded a place at the Berbice High School. After writing her CXC Exams, she started to teach at age 16 as a Pupil Teacher at the Overwinning Primary.Entering the classroom at that tender age, the young teacher experienced much joy. “When I look back, I was still a child myself, so a lot of the activities— during break time, I would be among them (the children) skipping.” She recalled having lots of support from the teachers at that school, having worked under the headmistress back then, Mrs. Doreen Carter, “and I blossomed from there as a teacher.”She later attended the In-Service Teachers’ Training Programme, after which she became a Trained Grade 1 Class 1 Teacher. She continued teaching at Overwinning, where she spent 20 years. Her years there saw a young lady blossoming with love for children in helping them to read and better their reading skills.She particularly recalled one class of children in whom everyone had practically lost hope. Dainty worked hard with them at her home in the afternoons to boost whatever was being done during school time, “and I was so happy when about 95 perA group of young readers at the librarycent of those children passed the Common Entrance Exams and went on to High School.”The young proud teacher was shocked. “One of the things I try to do is to make learning fun for children, so I would try to make interactive ways to stimulate the process.”Dainty also attended the University of Guyana, where she read for her Bachelor of Education Degree, and credits the man in her life for her being successful during this period of study.That man is her husband, Howard Dainty, whom she says is a huge support to her. They share five loving children – Safeena, Dawood,, Daniella, Samuel and Jared.“He gave me the encouragement to go on; he would go with me to the National Library and sit with me— in the nights— wake me up in the mornings when it was time to study and so forth…and I am very grateful to that.”HELPING ERADICATE ILLITERACYDainty also completed the Ministry of Education’s Management Programme as well as other Courses with the Institute of Distance and Continuing Education (IDCE), such as Education Administration.She did studies in the Literacy Professional Development Course, which lay theAt her office at the Department of Education, Berbicegroundwork for her huge, but attainable task of getting the young boys and girls, as well as teachers, in the habit of reading more.Her work with the Department of Education in New Amsterdam started after being successful at the Literacy Course. She worked alongside, Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO), British Citizen, Ms. Liza Hartlin, who she says really inspired her to take up the challenge to help eradicate illiteracy in Berbice.“Because of my performance, they asked me to take over (from Hartlin).” She then proceeded to understudy another VSO at the Dept. of Education at the time, Ms. Shelly Dickson. Dainty did so in 2012,, after Dickson left.She also became attached to the National Centre for Educational Resource Development (NCERD), and would traverse the length and breadth of Guyana, to the various regions, to take her literacy initiatives. Last year, she visited Region Nine, where her work took her to Aishalton. She also visited Bartica to conduct literacy training of teachers.The 18-month Literacy Professional Development Course, she added,, aims at training teachers to teach by blending literacy into their daily teaching methods. 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Because of the benefits of such a programme, the number of teachers that would be allowed to study in the next batch would be increased to from 4 to 54.‘VERANDAH LIBRARY’After her 20-year stint at Overwinning Primary, Dainty, with the support of her husband, decided to do something for their community – sort of like giving back to the people of Angoy’s Avenue.She started what was referred to as a ‘Verandah Library’. One of the things that led to her starting the library was the fact that her visits to schools as Literacy Advisor would have her hearing not-so-nice remarks and comments about the reading and literacy levels of children living in Angoy’s Avenue, New Amsterdam, “and so, I wanted to make a difference.”“Even though Angoy’s Avenue is a big area and I know I can’t reach everybody, I still see who I can reach,” she said. So the library started up, where she asked friends and other supporters, including overseas-based donors for story books and other resources. In the afternoon after work, Dainty would get home and lay out the books on benches and tables on her verandah and the children would borrow the books. She also conducted free reading sessions.Eventually, the overseas-based group, New Amsterdamers International (NAI) heard about her work, andOur ‘special person’ does find some time to relax!contributed several barrels of books. They also assisted her in the construction of a proper building to house the library, where more children can now benefit from its added facilities and amenities.She related that there have been regular Summer Classes with the children of the area, a tradition that began four years ago. It should be noted that last year (2014), Dainty said that she had to end up doing two separate sessions of Summer Reading Classes, since the numbers of children increased, “and more parents were coming and asking for their children to be involved.”Cognizant that children at the foundation levels of Grades One and Two need a lot of help with reading so that they can grasp certain concepts early, Dainty plans to do reading classes for those categories twice per week.Today, the makeshift verandah library that started quietly at her home has grown into a place buzzing with reading, writing and spelling activity every afternoon after school.“We are also opened on Sundays—- children from the neighbourhood would come and use the computer. We provide them with assistance on projects and other assignments.”She is proud to provide the assistance, especially since many parents are not in the position to do so, “so I’m there and sometimes we go until nine in the nights.” She is ably assisted by her husband and children until she arrives home from work.“I really get a lot of support from them for the library.”PASSION FOR HELPING CHILDRENHer passion for helping children to become more literate stems from her days growing up. “Somehow, Angoy’s Avenue reminds me of growing up in Islington— we grew up poor— and my grandmother was always pushing us to read and learn— and the people used to look down on Islington due to the crime and such.”On the same wavelength, she understood what it meant as a villager of Angoy’s Avenue, to feel stigmatized.“I know there are children who can make a difference…there are children who have the ability to perform. We just have to make them realize their potential, and that’s what I am trying to do— I do indeed have a passion for literacy,,” she asserted.She noted that the poor reading rates and habits of children may be attributed to the teaching strategies used by both teachers and parents, “where a lot of teaching was done using the rote method.”“Teaching of reading using the phonetic approach is the way to go,” Dainty noted, “because when you use the rote method,, you are teaching mostly whole words, and when the children learn to read by (using) the letters, they’re not actually hearing sounds, but when they use sounds, they can attack new words and be able to pronounce new words.”The Ministry of Education, she added, has embarked on a rigorous drive though all of its literacy initiatives to promote literacy via phonetic awareness.“We’re hoping teachers buy into this strategy instead of just using the chalk and talk (method).” The phonetic approach may take some preparation to teach, since aides and such like will have to be used, but it’s worth the work; it’s making learning meaningful, fun and interactive.”A TYPICAL DAYA typical day for Ms. Dainty begins by going to work on time, provided that no child turns up early in the morning at her house to use the library. “We do have children who have homework and suddenly they remember in the morning, and so, they would come and ask, ‘Could you lend me so and so book— do you have so and so book…I have homework.’”While at work, she would sometimes venture out into the fields, visiting schools and monitoring the implementation of the literacy programme, after which she returns home around 17:00 hrs, and gets ready for the children who would visit the library. “I would stagger my chores between preparing dinner and monitoring the library.”Our ‘Special Person’ had wise words of advice for parents as well as teachers out there with children who may be a bit slow in reading. First of all, she urged that support be given to both weak and the not-so-weak children.“There are CDs and DVDs on teaching of reading; the Jolly Phonics; Hooked on Phonics and so on— these are on sale— they can buy them and have their children view them.”Dainty added, too, that one of the things her Department is promoting are the Parental Sessions and Seminars,, during which parents of nursery and primary-aged children are sensitized how to teach those children to read.And she extended the invitation to any parent of any child who may be having reading difficulties. “The doors of my library are always opened to the public. It’s not restricted.”Dainty is the Children’s Ministry Leader of her Church, the Eden Seventh-day Adventist Church,, where she also promotes literacy and helps the children there to read.She is the Director of the Adventurers Club at the Seventh-Day Adventist churches and the District Adventurers Club Chairperson for the Berbice No. 1 and 2 districts. 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    Days of illegal,, unhealthy vending are over,, we got a city to run and we will run this city”- Deputy Mayor“We are drawing the line against the many unacceptable and illegal practices of vendors in this city,, you have voted for change; change has come and you will be a part of the new change and it has started.”Deputy Mayor draws the line on dos and don’t for vending in the nation’s capital yesterday.So declared Deputy Mayor Patricia Chase-Green during an address to hundreds of vendors yesterday in the municipality’s compound. The vendors had gathered for an official meeting aimed at restoring Georgetown to a city of order and cleanliness.She noted that there will be no more vending and living at the vending spots. “When you are finished vending go home.” This statement was greeted by celebratory applauses of agreement from the vendors.The Deputy Mayor also noted that the list of more than 20 cosmetologists on street corners is not a good sign. It has to be stopped since it is against the public health laws.“While we admire your need for independence in our 50th year of independence you must also have some respect for yourself and your trade and hire a station somewhere. We will also not allow obstruction through vending in front of anybody’s business premises.”After many years of silence,, hundreds of vendors met with several city fathers and mothers as well as the Mayor Hamilton Green in the municipality’s compound.There the sometimes very vocal group drawn from every conceivable vending location in the City,, listened to the many grand plans that the municipality has as part of efforts to bringing order to the nation’s capital. Their input were also sought to make the plans a reality through cooperation.A section of the hundreds of vendors during the city Hall meeting yesterday.While the meeting was mostly cordial,, when given a chance to respond and make recommendations, the issue of city constables’ alleged harassment and exploiting of vendors was a major one which town clerk Royston king promised to remedy with support from Chief Constable Andrew Foo.Littering and unkempt surroundings which pose serious public health problems in addition to the many dos and don’ts were reiterated.The consensus from the presenters,, including councilor Oscar Clarke,, is that the days of lawlessness and unhealthy vending practices as well as disrespect for City constables have come to an end.Most were in agreement and through celebratory applauses and shouts of ‘Amen’ they greeted the many presentations.A bone of serious contention was the unnecessary harassment of vendors by some city police ranks even at the senior level. This Town Clerk Royston King promised to investigate.The Chief Constable promised to remedy the situation amidst calls for the return of respect for constables in the execution of their duties to restore law and order to the nation’s capital.Foo said,, “The city constabulary is not unique when compared to other law enforcement agencies and from time to time we have cases of allegations being leveled.“What I would advise victims to do is come in and make an official report against ranks who are unethical in the execution of their duties so that we can investigate and take the appropriate action. Bring the evidence and complaints and we will investigate.” Russell Westbrook USA Jersey Kemba Walker Hornets Jersey Dwyane Wade Bulls Swingman Jersey Kyle Lowry USA Jersey Kevin Love Cavaliers Swingman Jersey Authentic Nicolas Batum Hornets Jersey Draymond Green USA Jersey Christian Laettner USA Jersey Marvin Williams Hornets Swingman Jersey

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    Despite the stringent measures in place,, persons in the narcotic trade seem hell bent on trying to smuggle the illegal substance out of the country.On Friday,, another person was caught at the General Post Office Corporation trying to post a package with cocaine concealed in it.Reports are that some time around noon a man was attempting to mail a box filled with condiments to a destination in the United States. However, a thorough search by Customs Anti Narcotics Ranks Unit unearthed a white powdery substance in the cardboard box.The substance was subsequently tested positive as cocaine.The person who was attempting to post the box was immediately taken into police custody and is expected in court on Monday.Over the past few weeks, several persons have been intercepted at various ports attempting to smuggle the controlled substance out of the country by one means or another. Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys From China

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    Government’s decision to hire a United States-based firm that has been blacklisted by authorities in New York from participating in any of its school contracts until mid-2015, has alarmed the main opposition.AHI’s Winston BrassingtonAccording to Member of Parliament for A Partnership For National Unity (APNU), Joseph Harmon, it is clear that government is continuously making a number of serious errors in its due diligence of contractors and consultants that it hires.M.A. Angeliades, a New York-based US firm,, was reportedly handed a US$1M ($200M) contract to supervise the US$51M construction at Kingston. It reportedly then appointed Guyana-born, US-based Romesh Budhram, a quantity surveyor, to represent them on the Kingston worksite.However, it seemed that Atlantic Hotel Inc. (AHI) never did background checks or conducted what is known as due diligence on M.A. Angeliades.In 2011,, the School Construction Authority of New York, which was building a number of schools in the area, disqualified the firm from participating in its projects until mid-2015. A simple Google check would reveal that M.A. Angeliades was one of the companies disqualified by the authority. As a matter of fact, it was first on the list.In addition to that, there were a number of news items that disclose that executives of the firm pleaded guilty to charges in 2011 that they shortchanged 300 workers and were ordered, under a deal with authorities, to step down for this admitted wrongdoing.They were also ordered to lodge US$3M in an escrow account to repay the victims.According to MP Harmon yesterday, government’s continued insistence to allow a single entity to make critical decisions concerning taxpayers’ dollars, will have far-reaching implications for the country, unless checked now.He was referring specifically to AHI,, a subsidiary of the National Industrial and Commercial Investments Limited (NICIL), and its head, Winston Brassington.NICIL is a government company that handles privatisation. Its proceeds, however, are not approved by the National Assembly, a development that the parliamentary opposition has been fighting tooth and nail to change.According to a correspondence sent last August by Brassington to M.A. Angeliades, the firm was being offered US$1,,068,000 to supervise the Marriott project.Harmon made it clear that it was the duty of Brassington to be convinced that the firm was above board before any offer was made.“Were there any other companies involved? There are a lot of questions that continue to surround this entire project and the revelations that are coming out are alarming.”APNU MP, Joseph HarmonThe combined opposition in the National Assembly, APNU and the Alliance For Change (AFC), has been asking questions and is now moving to place Finance Minister, Dr. Ashni Singh, before a special committee,, after he allegedly failed to provide to the National Assembly answers to a number of questions.This latest development involving M.A. Angeliades would bring back memories of the US$15.4M contract that was handed to Synergy Holdings Inc., to build access roads to the Amaila Falls hydro electric project site.There was no evidence that Synergy or its principals were experienced in road building and with the terrain in the hinterland by no means friendly, the prospects of failure were more than likely.However, government persevered with Synergy despite delay after delay.In January last year, government relented under public pressure, and terminated the contract.“I said it recently and I will say it again…Winston Brassington has to go to jail,” Harmon said.The construction of the Marriott has been generating significant controversy since it started. The government is investing a significant sum for a project that is not clear.Government recently, in startling statements, said that it was the intention all along to sell the hotel once it is completed.The 197-room Marriott-branded hotel will reportedly include a restaurant, casino and entertainment facilities.Recently also, there were protests after revelations that none of the workers at the construction site were Guyanese. It was later disclosed that through a contract offered by AHI, and by extension the government, the contractor, Shanghai Construction Group, had the discretion to hire its own workers,, or even import them,, as it did in this case. Cheap Jerseys Shop Cheap Authentic Jerseys Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap Jerseys Stitched NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys USA Wholesale NFL Jerseys

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    Police have detained a biker who they believe helped a gunman to escape following last Monday’s execution-style killing of minibus driver Elvin Lorrimer.Elvin LorrimerCrime Chief Wendell Blanhum said that the suspect was detained on Wednesday, and that investigators have impounded his CG motorcycle, while bore no licence plates.Police had indicated that Lorrimer appeared to have been “deliberately targeted,,” since the killer and his accomplice seemed to have made no attempt to take their victim’s cash, jewellery and other valuables.One report is that Lorrimer, who was also a pastor, had a dispute with an individual who owed him money. Another report is that he had indentified two bandits on a CG bike,, who had committed a robbery in the vicinity of the Linden minibus park in Hadfield Street.Police said that Lorrimer, 53, of 184 Carter Road, Kara Kara, Linden,, was standing on Hadfield Street, near the Linden Bus Park, at around 21.00 hrs, when two men rode up on a motorcycle. One of them discharged rounds at Lorrimer,, before riding away with his accomplice. The victim was hit to his chest and left foot and was admitted to the Georgetown Public Hospital,, where he succumbed.Eyewitnesses said that one of the killers was brown in complexion while his accomplice was fair-complexioned. They reportedly both wore dark clothing and their CG motorcycle reportedly had no licence plates.According to eyewitness reports,, the men rode up to Lorrimer and the pillion rider immediately shot the bus driver. There are reports that the gunman rifled through Lorrimer’s pockets as he lay on the roadway, before escaping with his accomplice.An eyewitness had told Kaieteur News that she was standing nearby when she heard a gunshot. She then saw Lorrimer lying on the roadside. According to the woman, she then heard another gunshot,, and saw two men on a motorcycle riding in the direction of the Stabroek Market area. Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap Jerseys Shop Cheap Jerseys Online NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys Stitched Cheap Authentic Jerseys

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    British High Commissioner to Guyana, Fraser Wheeler, is urging the country to take advantage of the global food shortage and speed up its reform of the security sector.The diplomat, making the remarks at the 16th Annual General Meeting of the Private Sector Commission at the Hotel Tower on Thursday, noted that food security is a major concern globally to policy makers, a preoccupation that is unlikely to end soon.With Guyana a major player with exciting possibilities in the agriculture sector,, the British Government is willing to continue backing an agricultural diversification drive that has been undertaken by Government.Next week, Minister of Agriculture,, Robert Persaud,, will be leading a team to the United Kingdom to woo investors in this sector.Wheeler, speaking to the group of top business personalities, alluded to several small economies that used prevailing global trends to quickly develop its infrastructure.Singapore was one such country where the government between 1980 and 2006, recognized the need to expand and invest its services industry. It quickly developed its research and bio-technology capabilities, leading to substantial growth.Dubai was another example. It built its economy into a high-end destination of choice for financial services, tourism,, and entertainment.In the case of Mauritius, Wheeler said, in 1968 the economy was heavily dependent on sugar but policy makers homed in on the global trends, building several competitive industries.The country used its preferential market for sugar and political stability and maintenance of pristine beaches to brand itself as a top tourism destination and off-shore banking.Closer to home, Costa Rica saw the need to invest in the eco-tourism sector and a hungry market for information technology. Major investments in these two areas led to contracts from,, among others, Intel, a manufacturing company for brand name computer processors.With Guyana’s proximity to neighbouring Brazil whose economy is growing, there are huge possibilities of cutting that country’s access to North America by as much as four days.Another key advantage of Guyana is that it is the only English-speaking country in South America and its time zones mesh with that of the US, making it a ready investment target for the call center market.In the areas of energy security, Guyana,, while being heavily dependent on imported oil to meet its demands making it vulnerable, has the medium term possibilities for hydro-power and bio-fuel development and tapping into possible off-shore oil and gas.Bolstering his case for Guyana’s need to focus on the global trends, the British High Commissioner pointed to the fact that there are indications of an increasing organised crime and there is an urgent need to reform the security sector to tackle this growing threat.With President Bharrat Jagdeo aware of these opportunities,, the official disclosed that his country is working closely with Guyana to develop plans for large scale investments.While it will not be an easy road for Guyana to grasp the opportunities, Wheeler was convinced that the time is right for the country to grasp the opportunity of change. Cheap Jerseys USA Cheap Jerseys Stitched Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap Jerseys Shop Wholesale NFL Jerseys NFL Jerseys China Cheap Authentic Jerseys

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    Foreign management for Skeldon factory…An opposition coalition contesting the upcoming national polls set for later this year has called for an independent Commission of Inquiry to probe the affairs of the Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo), a state-owned entity.A Partnership for National Unity (APNU), in its weekly press conference at Congress Place,, headquarters of the People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR), also slammed the statements of Minister of Agriculture, Robert Persaud, that Guyana is considering external management for the multi-million-dollar Skeldon Sugar Factory. The considerations include both Chinese and Indian companies.On Wednesday, another political party, the Alliance For Change, opined that by so doing, the ruling administration would create a grand opportunity for massive corruption.Officials at APNU’s press conference yesterday. From left: Anthony Vieira, Lance Carberry and Deborah Backer.APNU stated that the declaration by Minister Persaud is neither credible nor acceptable.“Since 2006, Mr. Persaud was appointed as the Minister responsible for the sugar industry. Therefore, it is unacceptable that, after giving the public every conceivable excuse – including factually questionable, misleading,, and unachievable targets and predictions – he is now publicly declaring that the current management of the sugar industry, which he played a significant role in appointing, is incapable of successfully managing the Guyana Sugar Corporation.For the ruling People’s Progressive Party (PPP) to be forced to make this disclosure, of not being able to manage the sugar industry this close to an election, shows how far up the creek Skeldon really is,” APNU Executive Member, Deborah Backer read from a prepared statement. Also present at the briefing were PNCR’s senior officials,, Lance Carberry and Anthony Vieira.“The public will recall that it was the Chinese who were granted the contract to build the US$200M Skeldon (factory) which has precipitated the demise of the Guyana sugar industry,” the statement continued.WHITE ELEPHANTThe Skeldon factory,, which has been labelled by knowledgeable persons as a “white elephant”, continues to be the biggest and most expensive problem in the local sugar industry.APNU claimed that in the just concluded first crop, two-thirds of the shortfall in production occurred at Skeldon, and the remainder at LBI and Enmore.“The expressed rationale for the new packaging plant at Enmore was that it would help to stabilize the rapid decline of the sugar price received by GuySuCo. However,, since the industry continues to be subsidized by our taxes, the citizens of this nation are forced to question the success of the ‘so called’ improvements to our sugar production, such as packaging plants or expansions of the industry’s production, under the PPP/C administration.”APNU, which is a coalition of the PNCR and a number of other smaller parties, questioned why Guyana did not look to neighbouring Brazil – “a country with the biggest and most efficient production of sugar from sugar cane on the planet” – for expertise.The beleaguered US$200M Skeldon factory has come under more fire from the opposition parties.“However, the PPP/C administration seems reluctant to do the sensible thing and seek help from Brazil, our neighbour who has at all times been willing and eager to help. Instead, the President Jagdeo/PPP/C Administration has opted to deal with Chinese or Indian companies which have no demonstrated track record that matches the expertise of the Brazilians.”Under these circumstances,, APNU called for the immediate mounting of a Commission of Inquiry into the functioning of GuySuCo.APNU contended that none of the entity’s current Directors has any experience or understanding of the Guyana sugar industry.LOW PRODUCTION“This political control of the board and the industry has in no small way contributed to the demise of the corporation and now they are about to compound one mistake with another by bringing in a management team which is not familiar with our conditions.”According to Backer, a PNCR Parliamentarian, the production of the Skeldon factory continues to be a cause for great concern.“At this time, in 2011, according to GuySuCo’s own projections, Skeldon should have been producing 100,000 tons of sugar (40,000 tons in the first crop and 60,000 tons in the second crop). 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    As the Guyana Water Incorporated (GWI) seeks to beef up its effort to reduce its losses,, Cabinet has granted no objection for the award of US$796,183 for the procurement of 10,000 water meters by the Ministry of Housing and Water.This disclosure was made on Friday by People’s Progressive Party Civic Chief Whip, Ms Gail Teixeira, during the post-Cabinet press briefing at the Office of the President.Chief Executive Officer of GWI,, Shaik Baksh,, said that GWI has a strategic plan in motion to address the loss situation faced by the company. He was at the time alluding to a massive metering drive throughout the country.With meters in place, Baksh is optimistic that “once people consume more water they will pay more or a higher tariff rate.” Not only will metering reduce the level of consumption but according to the CEO, the programme will also serve to significantly reduce the water company’s energy cost.Currently GWI’s monthly energy cost is some $220 million which is payable to the Guyana Power and Light Incorporated.Last week too, Cabinet approved in excess of $800 million for the construction of roads which is under the purview of the Housing Ministry.According to Teixeira,, a contract has been approved for the construction of an alternative access road to the Region Three Community of La Parfaite Harmonie. The contract is valued at $595 million and according to the Chief Whip “this is a project that the residents of that area have been asking for. I believe this will make a big difference in the lives of people in the community.”Cabinet,, last week too, approved contracts for the rehabilitation and construction of miscellaneous roads in Region Three valued at just over $208 million while the Region Four, East Coast Demerara areas of Brusche Dam, Paradise,, Nabacalis and Ann’s Grove will benefit from similar works to the tune of $29 million.More than $300 million was also approved for the construction of pumping stations under the purview of the Ministry of Agriculture. Teixeira said that a contract valued at just over $149 million was granted for a pumping station at Windsor Forest, West Coast Demerara; another valued at $120 million for Canal One Polder,, West Bank Demerara and yet another for Rose Hall, Corentyne, Berbice valued at just over $37 million were also approved.Cabinet’s no objection was also in order for a more than $367 million contract for the construction of the foundation for the 26 Megawatt Wartsila power plant at Vreed-en-Hoop, West Coast Demerara.This move, according to Teixeira, represents “a major intervention in terms of the whole electrification programme for Guyana and the national grid.”The education sector is also slated to benefit from a contract valued at just over $130 million for the provision of sweetened biscuits under the National School Feeding programme 2012/2013.Additionally, over US$1.8 million was approved for the Ministry of Home Affairs and Inter-American Development Bank Citizen Security project to cater for the supply, delivery and installation of forensic laboratory equipment, training and laboratory furnishing for the Police Forensic Laboratory. NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys USA Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap Jerseys Online Cheap Authentic Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Stitched Cheap Jerseys Shop

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    By Leon SuseranGuyanese author and poet,, Basant Raj has just published his fifth book, “The Bread of Infamy”.Mr. Raj, formerly of Ankerville, Port Mourant, and who now resides in New York, is presently in Guyana to promote his exceptional work, which he said is inspired significantly by real persons who still exist in Guyana today.Basant RajBasant Raj is no stranger to this genre of literature, as his two previous books also drew from his personal experiences of people whom he knew and places that actually exist on the Corentyne. Mr. Raj was a former teacher of Corentyne Comprehensive High School and J C Chandisingh Secondary, and lectured in English at the Cyril Potter College of Education on the Corentyne.In his new book,, the author has matured into an adroit novelist whose repertoire of style and topical content makes his work compelling. His emergence in the contemporary literary world gives ample proof of the abundance of Guyanese talent of which we all should be proud.“The Bread of Infamy is about a man and his frailties in a world of brutal poverty. It chronicles the exploitation of the poor by politicians who use them as pawns in the chessboard of politics. It is a scorching indictment of political corruption and cronyism, and accentuates man`s insatiable urge to acquire wealth by any nefarious means possible,,” Raj explained.He continued: “It also graphically relates the tender love that exists within a humble agrarian family and the dreams of youth to excel in a world dominated by wealth and bigotry. As the narrative unfolds,, readers are made to ponder the intricacies of life in a world of socio-economic turmoil.The ethics and morality of contemporary living becomes a paradox as the characters search blindly for their utopia. Burning questions about the holy Church and its renewed edits on righteousness are juxtaposed with role of the Church in the fight for the rights of the poor in developing societies.”Readers, he posited,, will be awed by the staunch ethical values that are so dominant in the revelation of penance and the reverence for truth that pervade the lives of the poor villagers.It is not often that we have a novel of such critical analyses of human behaviour. It warns us not to allow ourselves the liberty of complacency and sell our virtues because we live in a society that is devoid of morality; where right and wrong, good and bad, are just shadows in the astral mirror and where survival dictates the gravity of our deeds. The Bread of Infamy brings to every reader a subtle message, a renewed promise of hope in a world of turmoil and blatant corruption. It subjectively targets social prejudices and champions the cause of the poor as a right to dictate their own destinies.Couched in a style that can be termed incisively conversational, the author has skillfully woven diction and dialogue to flow with the creativity of the characters. The volatile exchanges can definitely be appreciated for their beauty in content as well as in the logical thought processes and they make us realize the enormity of the problems within our own societies.In this turbulent world of treachery and internecine conflicts, the portrayal of the triumph of good over evil transcends the petty differences of men. The universal message of that theme is that all is not lost in mankind`s struggle for survival.The characters portrayed are ironically plausible and they can aptly fit in any society. The warped nature of the human psyche is dramatically revealed in the insidious aspirations of the wealthy, while the poor display an inherent propensity for suffering.In reality, the novel paints a dynamic picture of the gross inequalities of wealth distribution and creates a sharp interplay of lifestyles and ethical values.While reading, he said, we are thrown into a cauldron of anxieties and are made to feel the brutality of the day. We live the life of famished villagers and we eagerly yearn for their respite but as spectators, we only hope for the best because their destinies are already written in the stars.As one reads the novel, one feels the anger and frustration rise up in the heart, and is left with the bitter taste of failure, because life is not always a tale of happiness. We feel for the characters as if they are intimate parts of our own lives, yet we are helpless to come to their rescue.The author said that “The Bread of Infamy will remain a nostalgic treasure and anyone who is brave enough to challenge the wheels of corruption that exist in society today will find solace and inspiration in its pages”.Basant Raj’s other works include poetry such as Songs of the Soul and Songs of Twilight, and novels, The Shadow of Dreams, and The Abyss of Bliss. Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys

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    In order to determine the extent of City Hall’s financial discrepancies, an internal audit process has commenced. 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Jones Associate in an Institutional Strengthening Programme signed on March 28,, 2002 and including among other things an assessment of the Treasurer’s Department.The report, Mr Williams said, formed part of the overall submission for the programme by the Consultant, but no change was effected.In 2005, after constant complaints by the Finance Committee, Council recruited the services of another consultant, Lynch Associated Limited, to ensure that the Treasurer’s Department was in a position to satisfy the requirements of the Auditor General in the preparation of Financial Statements from 2001-2005.The resulting report was again approved by the Council for implementation, Mr Williams added.He said that Council each year for at least two subsequent years sought the intervention of the office of the Auditor General in order to ensure that procedures for accounting for the New Year were in order.In essence he said that it was the assistance of the Auditor General’s office that aided the Council’s preparation of its Budget during the highlighted years.According to Williams, the municipality had engaged intense measures to streamline the operations and capabilities of the department to deliver its mandate in keeping with established practices that are deemed consistent with the municipal by-laws.However, it was after the Auditor General was invited to engage a special investigation covering the period January to December 2007 that immense discrepancies, implicating both the Town Clerk and City Treasurer Roderick Edinboro, were detected.They have since been sent on leave, pending further investigations.In order to uncover any suspected prior discrepancies Green said that the council will be thoroughly scrutinising its documents.He is of the belief that attempts were made recently to tamper with evidence which could reveal how vast the problem is.Reports last Saturday suggested that the office of the Internal Auditor was broken into.According to City Mayor Hamilton Green, based on information arising from the investigation, he was informed that the lock was tampered with.He disclosed that the office houses all documents reflecting the financial status of City Hall, some of which were instrumental in the compilation of the recently disclosed Auditor-General Report.And even as the process continues to verify the extent of the discrepancies, Mayor Green revealed that Ms Yonette Pluck will perform the duties of Town Clerk while Mr Andrew Meredith will take up the reigns of City Treasurer.Mayor Green revealed that during a meeting to update staffers of the developments at City Hall, a commitment was made to obey the rules and procedures of the municipality. 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    Bank DIH executive and Guyanese humanitarian activist,, Shabir Hussain, has won this year’s Tikun Olam Award for Humanitarian Aid when the Canadian Jewish Humanitarian organisation, Ve’ahavta,, held its Annual Awards Ceremony recently at the Toronto Centre for Performing Arts.Honoured: Shabir HussainAccording to a release, Kirill Zoretsky,, Director of Development of Ve’ahavta, is quoted as saying that the award was presented to Hussain, an executive of Banks DIH Ltd. and Lions Past Chairman of the Council of Governors,, for his continued effort and determination in providing humanitarian assistance to “Repair the World”.“Mr. Hussain has worked tirelessly over the last 20 years to provide humanitarian aid to those in need through partnerships with Lions International and other organisations. He has facilitated over 30 medical missions to Guyana,,” the organisation said.According to Ve’aharvta, Hussain has partnered with them to provide healthcare to thousands of patients and has made available training opportunities for local interns in Guyana.The event featured keynote speaker Sir Bob Geldof, internationally acclaimed humanitarian activist.The Master of Ceremonies was David Shore, creator, writer and executive producer for the award-winning television series, House M.D.Hussain, in an invited comment, said that he was elated to receive the award and will continue his work to bring relief to those in need.Ve’ahavta is a Canadian humanitarian and relief organisation that is motivated by the Jewish value of tzedakah – the obligation to do justice – by assisting the needy locally and abroad through volunteerism, education, and acts of kindness, while building bridges between Jews and other peoples, worldwide. Cheap Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys

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    The need for nurses to specialise in various fields was emphasised by Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences, Dr. Emanuel Cummings, when he spoke at an awards ceremony on Saturday, for nurses who recently completed the Bachelors of Science (BSc) Degree Programme at the University of Guyana.As he addressed the gathering,, Dr. Cummings disclosed that in securing for itself the flagship status at the university, the Health Sciences Faculty has over the years developed quite a number of post graduate programmes in medicine.Dr. Emanuel CummingsSince 2005, he disclosed, over nine programmes have been established in medicine and “I want the development of nursing to go hand in hand with the development of medicine because if you have a doctor who is a psychiatrist, you will also want a psychiatric nurse.”“If you have a general surgeon you will also want to have nurses specialising in surgical nursing,” Dr Cummings added.Moreover, he extended a challenge to the nurses in attendance to eye various specialties in nursing which he said can be kick-started with the BSc programme which commenced in 2002. This programme,, he stated, is now well established at the university,, so much so that there is no longer a shortage of lectures.“From time to time you will hear in the press that many of the university lecturers…about 30 per cent, are first degree holders, but all the tutors in the BSc nursing programme have Masters Degree.”“I can tell you that our current Vice Chancellor, who was recently installed, has already told one of our graduates that ‘you need to go and do a PhD in nursing,,’” related Dr. Cummings.He disclosed too that there are many nurses who seek to further their studies by venturing into medicine and dentistry. While this is a very ambitious move, the Dean noted that there is also a need for nurses to attempt the third degree (PhD) in nursing.With graduates in this area,, he insisted that “we can then further strengthen the nursing programme.”Dr. Cummings pointed to the fact that the nursing profession has evolved over the years with nurses in the past only seeing themselves as registered nurses (RNs). However, with the development of the BSc programme, nurses can move up from the level of RN.However, the Dean was resolute in insisting that there is now the need for the introduction of specialty nursing at the University of Guyana so that “we can have nurses specialise in areas such as mental health.”“Currently, as we work in the School of Medicine we are working on a Master’s Programme in Psychiatry and I think at the same time we need to work on a post graduate programme in mental health nursing, because that is very, very important to deal with a lot of the issues that we do have in our society today,” said Dr. Cummings.Emphasising his conviction that they should never be satisfied, the Dean said that nurses should be motivated by the fact that theirs is a profession that is now much more visible in health care delivery. As such, he underscored the need for them to learn from their colleagues in the Caribbean, particularly those in Jamaica, Trinidad and Barbados.He alluded to a point in time when local nurses would send research work to the Caribbean Health Research Council (CHRC) and papers were accepted and presented, and they were recognised.“That is something that I have said that we need to resuscitate – the nurses and other allied health care programmes which we do in the faculty, we do want to encourage all of them, including nurses, to do research.”He made reference to the fact that a premier function of the university is research which is essential to determine some of the issues that are existing and to gain the “know how” to address these.Health care in the Region has reached a stage where at the level of the CHRC, a research agenda has been established and this is so in Guyana, Dr. Cummings added. The research agenda, he noted, too, is not in isolation of what goes on in the Ministry of Health or the Faculty of Health Sciences.“This research agenda has been put together by key players within the Ministry of Health and also the Faculty of Health Sciences, and so it was carefully chosen based on the issues we think are of national interest to health care delivery.”Dr. Cummings it is critical that nurses get on board with this movement and seek to do quality research so that answers can be found for a lot of the issues which exist here in the area of nursing education, thereby making an even more significant contribution and further developing themselves. This, by extension, could see nurses not only being recognised as important, but on par with any other health care professional. Cheap NFL Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys

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    The World Economic Forum (WEF), in its Global Competitiveness Report 2015-2016, has listed inefficient government bureaucracy – the failure of an organization to complete the work that it exists to perform – as the most problematic factor for doing business in Guyana.Corruption has been listed as the second factor, followed by Access to Financing at third, with Crime and Theft appearing fourth on the list.Other problematic factors listed were, tax rates; inadequate supply of infrastructure; policy instability; poor work ethic in labour force; poor public health; inadequately educated workforce; government instability; insufficient capacity to innovate; restrictive labour regulations; complexity of tax regulations; foreign currency regulations; and inflation respectively.Zooming in on corruptionOne can say that corruption over the years in Guyana, has somewhat changed the way of life of the Guyanese people. While some would have given blood, sweat and tears to fight this “malignant” virus, others are – or have chosen,, to remain ignorant to the fact that it exists.It also plays a direct role in affecting everyone and everything around us.It also has an effect on Guyana’s ranking on the Global Competitiveness Index.Guyana’s rankings on the Global Competitiveness IndexThe Global Competitiveness Report 2015-2016 assesses the competitiveness landscape of 140 economies, providing insight into the drivers of their productivity and prosperity. The report series remains the most comprehensive assessment of national competitiveness worldwide.In economics,, competition is the rivalry among sellers trying to increase profits, amongst other aspects and is highly regarded – in the world of economics,, as the driver behind businesses.An economy that increases its ability to compete; gives wings to aspects that are proven to be beneficial to any country’s growth – the more a country competes,, the more avenues are expanded; growth speeds up.If the ability to compete is limited, the process of national development goes into turtle-mode.Guyana currently ranks 121 out of 140 economies analysed.While 2015 saw Guyana being ranked 117 out of 144 economies analysed, to make comparisons,, would be seen as unfair.Nevertheless,, many have articulated that Guyana’s position is indeed worrying.The 12 pillarsThe WEF’s Global Competitiveness Report outlines “12 pillars” that are the core of its analysis. These pillars are Institutions; Infrastructure; Macroeconomic Environment; Health and Primary Education; Higher Education and Training; Goods Market Efficiency; Labour Market Efficiency; Financial Market Development; Technological Readiness ;Market Size ; Business Sophistication; and Innovation.The report then further drills down to examine data within each pillar – for example, within the “Institutions,,” pillars are measures including the burden of government regulation; business costs of crime and violence; reliability of police services; protection of minority shareholders’ interests; and property rights.The values of measures are on a 1-to-7 scale while the ranking of those same measure, are on a one-to-the number of countries analysed, in this case – 140 (being the lowest).For example, the value of reliability of police services in Guyana is currently – on a scale from 1 to 7, 2.8 with a ranking of 129 out of 140.Favouritism in decisions of government officials stands at 2.7,, 104. Guyana’s “Wastefulness of Government Spending” is currently valued at 3.1 with a ranking of 73 out of 140.Transparency of Government Policy making in Guyana has been ranked as 102 with a value of 3.7.Under the pillar of infrastructure,, one of the measures, “the quality of overall infrastructure” within the state currently weighs in at 3.6 with a ranking of 94.The quality of the education system has scored 3.9 which ranks 59 out of the 140 countries assessed. Miguel Montero Cubs Jersey Kirk Gibson Dodgers Jersey Justin Grimm Cubs Jersey Jonathan Papelbon Nationals Jersey Tug McGraw Mets Jersey Stan Musial Cardinals Jersey Drew Stubbs Rangers Jersey Brandon Moss Cardinals Jersey Carl Crawford Dodgers Jersey

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    Health Minister Dr Leslie Ramsammy, described the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GT&T) on Friday,, as a “marvellous corporate partner”.The Minister’s remarks came when the proceeds of a venture undertaken by the telephone company,, was ceremoniously handed over to the Paediatric Ward of the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation.Head of the National AIDS Programme Secretariat, Dr Shanti Singh, said that the initiative which led to Friday’s ceremony was launched in 2007,, and was intended to target specifically vulnerable children. The initiative, she said, yielded $5M which was handed over to the GPHC to procure equipment and other supplies for the Paediatric ward.Chief Executive Officer of the hospital,, Michael Khan,, said that among items procured are hi-tech medicine carts, specialised scales for babies and children who cannot stand on their own, ECG monitors, blood pressure machines with special cuffs for children, and specialised paediatric beds and mattresses.He said that a total of $500,,000 is yet to be expended to enhance the Paediatric Ward. Khan noted that the GPHC is the hub of health care, thus, it is encouraging that GT&T along with members of the public have contributed to its improvement.Marketing Manager of GT&T, Wystan Robertson,, said that the venture started after several persons within the telephone company decided that they wanted to give back something tangible to a vulnerable section of the society.GT&T had donated an initial $1M before devising a plan to incorporate members of the public.The process, according to him, involved subscribers texting in donations through the ME2U service and by making physical payments at the GT&T office. Funds were also generated for the cause when persons accessed the C-Point top up service, which saw one percent of the cost being directed to the venture, Robertson said.The Marketing Manager expressed satisfaction that the proceeds of the venture have proven to be helpful to the hospital, adding that “at least we have been able to contribute, similar to the way GT&T brings state-of-the-art cutting technology to the public.”According to Minister Ramsammy, GT&T has found a way of not only continuing and intensifying its collaboration and partnership with the Ministry of Health, but they also found a way of bringing in the public. NHL Jerseys From China NHL Jerseys Wholesale Cheap NHL Jerseys China Cheap NHL Jerseys NHL Jerseys China Wholesale NHL Jerseys China Wholesale NHL Jerseys

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    Former head teacher of Queen’s College, Freidel Isaacs, who was demoted following the shocking murder of student Neesa Gopaul back in September, has taken the matter to court asking for the Ministry of Education to overturn the decision.Yesterday, Chief Justice (ag), Ian Chang, granted orders for the Ministry to show cause why its decision to demote Isaacs should not be overturned.The official was among several blamed for a breakdown in the system following the murder of Gopaul whose decomposing and visitors to the area found the battered body in a suitcase at a creek on the highway.The 16-year-old student’s mother, Bibi Gopaul and the mother’s boyfriend, Jarvis Small, have been charged in the matter, which shocked the nation and saw a number of social workers fired and disciplined.There was widespread condemnation of the matter with even Queen’s College and the police being blamed for not doing enough.ArbitraryIn her application for Writs of Certiorari and Mandamus directed at the Minister of Education, Isaacs asked for a quashing of the decision which was contained in a letter dated October 29, 2010, signed by the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education,, terminating her tenure as head of Queen’s College with immediate effect.Isaacs, through her lawyers, Anil Nandlall, Euclin Gomes and Manoj Narayan, said that the decision is contrary to the rules of natural justice,, in excess of and without jurisdiction, “arbitrary, capricious, unreasonable, unlawful, influenced by extraneous and irrelevant considerations, null, void and of no effect.”According to Isaacs, in her affidavit in support of case,, she has been a teacher for 38 years, teaching at 11 schools moving up the ranks to the position of Head Teacher of Queen’s College. 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    Parents of Tahajmattie Nandalal,, aka Sandy,, are calling on the public to help locate their daughterMissing woman,, Tahajmattie Nandalal aka Sandywho was last seen on the October 12,, 2015.The 28-year-old woman’s father, Balkaran,, aka “Goat-man” said that his daughter would leave home but would usually call within two days after her departure. So far however,, the missing woman has made no contact with her parents.The mother of the woman, Radika Nandalal, also revealed that her daughter, who is the mother of two toddlers,, is a cocaine-addict. She stated that despite this, her daughter would always contact them whenever she left.The young woman resided at the home of her parents which is at 266 Crane Housing Scheme, West Coast Demerara. Anyone with information regarding the missing woman is asked to make contact with them on 254-1529 or 657-7511. Cheap NBA Jerseys Cheap MLB Jerseys Cheap Dallas Cowboys Jerseys Cheap Golden State Warriors Jerseys Wholesale Stitched Jerseys Cheap NHL Jerseys Cheap Carolina Panthers Jerseys

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    The government has made good on its promise to appeal the decision handed down by Chief Justice (ag) IanAttorney General (AG) Basil WilliamsChang, which bars the Ministers Winston Felix and Keith Scott from sitting in the National Assembly as Technocrats.On Wednesday last,, Attorney General (AG) Basil Williams filed a Notice of Appeal against the whole decision. The appeal against the judgment was made on six grounds. The AG is contending that the decision cannot be supported in law. He said too that Justice Chang “fell into grave error of law and misdirected himself in law when he found that persons who are on the successful list of candidates are elected and therefore cannot qualify under Article 105 to be ‘non-elected’ members of parliament and who have not been chosen or selected from the list of candidates to be Members of Parliament are excluded from being selected by the President as persons who are qualified to be elected as members of the National Assembly”.Further,, Williams is contending that the CJ’s decision is fundamentally bad in law in that “the learned Chief Justice failed to take in to consideration the provisions of the Representation of the People Act, Chapter 1:03 and the National Assembly (Validity of Elections Act), Chapter 1:04”.Williams said that Chang also misdirected himself in law when he “failed to take into account that Article 163 (4) (a) of the Constitution of Guyana empowered Parliament to make provisions with respect to the circumstances and manner in which and the conditions upon which proceedings for the determination of any question under this article may be instituted in the High Court which Parliament did by enacting the National Assembly (Validity of Elections) Act,, Cap. 1:04”.Another ground upon which the appeal is being filed is that Justice Chang,, at the time of delivery of the decision, was functus officio.Williams is saying as well that Chang’s decision is in breach of the rules of natural justice because he failed to give a hearing to the Attorney General before delivering his decision.Yesterday the Ministry of Legal Affairs indicated that “An application for a stay of execution against the order of the former Chief Justice (ag) Mr. Ian Chang comes up for hearing February 26,, 2016 (today) at 9:00am before Chancellor of the Judiciary Justice Carl Singh in the Court of Appeal.”The PPP had objected to the appointment of Scott and Felix as Technocrat (expert or skilled in their field) Members of the National Assembly following last year’s General and Regional Elections.The party,, via a statement,, had contended that “Articles 103 (3) and 105 of the Constitution and Laws pronouncing on the eligibility of appointment of Technocratic Ministers, do not confer Technocratic status on these persons already sworn in by President David Granger as Ministers”.The matter was filed by PPP member, Desmond Morian. Cheap Los Angeles Rams Jerseys Cheap Dallas Cowboys Jerseys Cheap Carolina Panthers Jerseys Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys Wholesale Stitched Jerseys Cheap MLB Jerseys Cheap Golden State Warriors Jerseys

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This had to be a noisy business but no one heard—not the neighbours not the people in the house.Mrs Balkarran, who recounted the ordeal, recalled hearing her son, David, banging on her bedroom door shortly after 02:00hrs yesterday.“I hear me son knocking on the door because I always sleep with my door locked and he would have his door open…They used him (her son) to get to us.”The woman explained that she got up and opened the door only to be confronted by the gunmen.Balkarran said that she quickly closed the door, but the bandits kicked it open. “After I open and see them I scream and locked back de door…but they kicked it open,” the woman said.The two bandits, who she described as men in their early twenties,, started demanding that the family hand over their valuables. 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    Several persons were rushed to the Georgetown Public Hospital as a result of a crash on upper Norton Street yesterday afternoon.The accident involved a speeding minibus, which turned turtle several times before landing on its side,, and two parked vehicles.According to reports,, minibus BJJ 8503 with the marking ‘Buckingham Palace’ which was loaded with passengers including schoolchildren was proceeding west at a fast rate when the driver attempted to overtake another vehicle.However,, upon seeing a car approaching from the opposite direction, the driver of the minibus swerved to avoid a head-on collision.This led to the bus coming into contact with the rear wheel of a parked jeep before it slammed into another minibus which was parked on the southern side of the road.The parked bus ended up in a nearby drain.The driver of the parked bus told this newspaper that he was at home when someone called him and told him that his “bus get knock and push overboard.”At least three persons suffered injuries.One man had a huge gash to his forehead,, while another woman suffered a broken leg.The accident sparked outrage from Norton Street residents who lamented the wanton disregard for the road,, especially by minibus drivers.“They always in a hurry. They does overdo it pon dis road,” one irate woman said.“People does got fuh run off de road. Dis Norton Street is a death zone,,” another woman remarked.“Dey got a policeman driving bus,, when he coming through and blow you got to move out or he will pass through you. When this place was share pothole,, nobody used to drive hey… now is a race track,,” a male resident told this newspaper.Police arrived on the scene several minutes later and only then was the road cleared for vehicular traffic.The offending driver was reportedly taken into custody. Kevin Gausman Orioles Jersey J. D. Martinez Orioles Jersey Roy Halladay Blue Jays Jersey Josh Donaldson Blue Jays Jersey Justin Turner Dodgers Jersey Mark Grace Cubs Jersey Chris Heisey Nationals Jersey Jayson Werth Nationals Jersey Jose Iglesias Orioles Jersey

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    A young doctor intends to take the Chief Executive Officer of the Berbice Regional Health Authority (BRHA) as well as the former Doctor-in-Charge of the Skeldon Hospital to court for unpaid salaries between September and December,, 2011.Dr. Ramesh Jaikarran, who was dismissed from practising in the public health system in Guyana two years ago, has stepped forward to challenge what he claims to be the withholding of payment of salary and withholding records that he is now trying to access to prove that he was employed at the Skeldon Hospital during the four-month period.Dr. Ramesh JaikarranAdditionally, having worked at Skeldon Hospital for quite a while after he returned to Guyana from studies in Cuba,, he has decided to spill the beans on several issues he experienced at that facility. 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    – JSC interviewing prospective judges Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs Anil Nandlall has announced that two contracts have been awarded for the provision of necessary furnishings for the newly constructed Family Court.Nandlall made the announcement while responding to a question posed by APNU’s member Volda Lawrence.According to the Nandlall,, the other aspects required for the operationalisation of the court, such as staffing and presiding judges are matters that have to be addressed at the levels of the judiciary and the Judicial Service Commission (JSC).In terms of staffing, the Minister noted said that a process has been activated between the Registrar of the Supreme Court and the Public Service Ministry for the creation of new posts for persons who will be serving in the Family Court.He said that the process is ongoing; vacancies are being created and persons are being shortlisted for interviews.The responsibility of the appointment of judges does not fall under the ambit of Central Government but rather with the JSC, and according to Nandlall that body is already in the process of interviewing prospective candidates.Moreover, the Judiciary is responsible for identifying the date and time frame for cases to be heard.Nandlall noted that in making the court operational, an important prerequisite is the completion of the Family Court rules. That,, he said, has also been completed and transmitted to the Clerk of the National Assembly to comply with the formal requirements of gazetting and would be subsequently laid in the House.Nandlall had stated that the Family Court will help agencies such as the Child Care and Protection Agency to function more efficiently. It will allow adults and children to seek redress and for family law issues such as divorce,, division of property,, domestic disputes, adoption, guardianship and custody to be discussed in a specialised manner.According to the Minister, he has no doubt that having a specialized court to deal exclusively with family and children-related matters would be a tremendous boost for the entire justice system.“With a specialized court, it would certainly bring speed to the resolutions of family-related disputes,, which, unless they are resolved quickly, normally have devastating consequences on the lives of the persons involved, especially the children, which could cause social problems that pervade our society,, including crime.”Nandlall said that in recognition of the importance of having a speedy resolution of these cases, the Executive, in conjunction with the Judiciary, decided to establish the court.Additionally, he noted, in the Ninth Parliament, the administration passed legislation to modernize the statutory landscape in Guyana with regards to children. These include the new Adoption Act, the Custody Act and the Guardianship Act.Former Minister of Human Services and Social Security, Priya Manickchand, had said that the initiative of a Family Court was prompted by the awareness that the family unit is severely affected by societal demoralization. In early 2009, Cabinet granted a two-fold approval to establish the court and erect a structure in the compound of the Supreme Court where the entity would be housed. wholesale mls jerseys soccer jerseys china cheap soccer jerseys china cheap soccer jerseys soccer jerseys from china wholesale soccer jerseys

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    By Leonard Gildarie and Keeran SinghChaos ensued shortly before the rush hour yesterday morning, when a section of the Demerara Harbour Bridge collapsed,, after two temporary pontoons located at the western end of the bridge sank, leaving thousands of commuters and vehicles stranded on both sides of the river. The pontoons were facilitating maintenance and rehabilitative works.The 34-year-old structure (commissioned July 2, 1978) is the main link between Regions Three and Four, or more directly the capital city Georgetown and West Demerara, as well as the nation’s largest county, Essequibo.While no one was reportedly injured in the frightening mishap, minibus driver Clyde Clarke barely managed to prevent his vehicle from disappearing into the murky waters that enveloped the section linking the two affected spans. 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But I couldn’t see me bus sink,, even though it was already partly submerged in water, so I went back and drive the bus from the valley that was created.”“It was really scary; it was an experience that I wouldn’t want to have again.”Clarke opined that the consequences would have been tragic had the damage occurred farther out on the bridge.He questioned how such a mishap could have occurred, when daily, maintenance crews can be seen working on the structure. Other minibus operators related that for about two days the weakness in that section of the bridge was being felt, but none of them reported this to management.Dismissing doubts that the lack of maintenance caused the structure to collapse, General Manager of Demerara Harbour Bridge Corporation (DHBC), Rawlston Adams, stated that the mishap occurred between spans 60 and 61,, situated near the western end, where maintenance and rehabilitative works are being executed.He explained that the two temporary pontoons placed in that section to facilitate the change of the ‘A’ frames, which were severely corroded and damaged,, sunk and caused the spans to submerge.The operation to change the ‘A’ frames commenced Sunday at 05:30 hrs. No structural defects on the pontoons were identified when they were installed. But Adams revealed that “the temporary pontoons are older pontoons that the bridge has been using for quite awhile”.“We suspect that the jaws on one of the uni-floats that is assembled for the temporary pontoons broke and that caused it to take in water. At present we have just installed the first salvaged pontoon and we are pumping it now and we are hoping once the tide is changed, we will then proceed to pump the water from the submerged pontoon thereby bringing the span up,,” he said.As a precautionary measure, bridge management was forced to shut-off power to the western retractor span power cable. Passage of ocean-going vessels was not disrupted since the bridge retracted at 05:30 hrs yesterday morning.“There will be no more retractions until tomorrow (today) so we are hoping that by that time we would have gotten the span out, we can then make an assessment on the power and decide when we will turn it back on,” Adams added.He noted that the restoration cost is unknown since a full evaluation has not been carried out as yet. The closure of the bridge will obviously result in the loss of much needed revenue, in various sectors.Police were deployed and struggled to control the traffic around Vreed-en-Hoop, West Bank Demerara, where desperate workers converged on the speed boat facilities there for transportation to Georgetown.Lines of vehicles stretched along both sides of the thoroughfare leading to Vreed-en-Hoop.One resident from a nearby village briefly related that he was walking towards the bridge, when he was alerted to the seemingly dangerous angle of the first span at the western end.There was immediate alarm as the realization dawned that the pontoon anchoring the first and second span was sinking. It is believed that an extremely high tide caused the pontoons to suffer stress.Minister of Transport, Robeson Benn joined the DHBC’s General Manager on the scene as workers attempted to stabilize the collapsed section.There was clear evidence that the bridge had shifted forward. A section of the pedestrian walkway that has become popular for persons exercising was twisted out of shape.The bridge’s emergency workers initially, in their attempts to stabilize the bridge, used a flooded pontoon to raise the collapsed section. It was laborious work.To raise the flooded pontoon, several pumps were used to empty it. Slowly the river water was seen reducing as the tide went out but it was a race against time, as the tide was slated to come in again in a few hours.Yesterday afternoon, attempts were being made to bring the replacement pontoon closer to the collapsed section.The closure of the bridge was described as a nightmare by those who essentially depend on it in various ways for their livelihood.One miner, who said he was on the road four days from Aranka, Cuyuni, Region Seven, was caught at the western end of the bridge in a truck.“This is frustrating. I am almost home and now this.”At the Vreed-en-Hoop stelling, persons who arrived at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport on early morning flights were forced to use speedboats to cross the Demerara River.At the Vreed-en-Hoop junction, police blocked the entrance to the old stelling causing a back-up of traffic. The vehicles parked at the side of the roadways there, and belonging to persons who ended up using the speedboats, did not help much to alleviate the traffic woes.Sandtrucks and other suppliers were also caught unaware.Government has been spending millions to maintain the structure which has outlived its lifespan. 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    “Practically, teachers need to know a lot of stuff about classroom testing, and I felt that if I became specialized in that area and worked at the university,, I would be able to impart knowledge to them so that they can help the school system, and this motivated me.”By Leon SuseranEducation—pursued by many, every single day, with the hope of having a better standard of life and being equipped with the skills needed to function better in a vastly changing world. Whether it is accessing a primary, secondary or even higher education, these days, education is valued to a great extent.Rajkumar SookrajThis is why many of us make harsh sacrifices to attain a good education, even when we never thought it was in us to do so; to excel, to exceed, to come out on top. How discouraged many of us can become when we stumble along the way; when we fail in life. But the important thing is getting up, dusting ourselves off and trying harder again with the intent to succeed.The story of Rajkumar Sookraj is one just like that. Hailing from a poor fishing family on the Lower Corentyne, his father worked tirelessly in the sugar industry, away from home, leaving his [Raj’s] mother to shoulder much of the responsibilities in the home. But as we will see, this young, playful and carefree ‘country boy’ met his own set of challenges in life; aimed high in his quest for education and proved to many that one from a poor ‘country’ background can make it to great heights, with determination,, and a bit of motivation of course.He was born at Number One Road, Corentyne, in a community that dealt with mostly farming and fishing. Most of the men in the village were employed by the nearby sugar estate.“We had a lot of interaction with friends—cricket, games, and we would help a lot with chores and livestock in the homes and involve ourselves, too, with farming as well”, he reflected. His father worked at the Providence Estate. He would be away from the home during the week and come home on the weekends. However, this did not really affect them much.“My mother had to take up the responsibility but it didn’t interfere with us much, because despite he (father) was not there, everything was normal, in terms of discipline and every other basic comfort was there”. There were 3 other brothers and a sister, “but I grew up alone because the others were very big, so I was the child who grew up with my mother and father alone”.He attended Gibraltar Primary from 1973-1982 and Lower Corentyne Secondary form 1982-1985.Rajkumar shared a few memories from childhood. “I did stuff normally that boys did…we went to the trench and bathe, and to the cane fields and get a piece of cane; catch birds—we used to go and play cricket; we had a lovely reef where everybody in the community would meet up there, especially during rainy days, nice grass, and we would enjoy playing softball cricket there”.In his village during the evenings, they would go out on the dams, also with adults, and play ‘saul pass’ “and you would enjoy, especially during moonlight nights, the neighbours would come together, sit,, and the children would play around and we used to play until nine. We had farms and I used to go with my friends and pick mangoes”.Mr Sookraj and his family (from left): Devan, Maria, Sharda and Avinash.Young Raj got a bit discouraged after his CXC qualifications were “a bit poor”. He credited this to his ‘playful’ attitude. “To me, I wasn’t serious over the schoolwork—I can tell you—I was a real movie fan,, so it was like Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays,, we used to run away from school and go and see the 1:15 [pm] show. It was not like I didn’t have potential but the interest…it was like I was involved in stuff boys would normally do and paid less attention to school”.After being informed that there was a shortage of teachers in the system, he applied to enter the teaching profession and started to teach at Gibraltar Primary in 1987. A few years later, he entered the training college. Little did he realize that he had a lot of potential during the time he was asked to do some upgrading exams for teachers entering the Teachers’ Training College. He performed very well in the exams and went straight into the teacher-training.Life from that point became a bit more serious for Raj as he began to concentrate more on his studies and life-intended career of teaching.“That was the turning point and I started CPCE and I came out as the second Best Graduating Student in 1997,” he stated. This was quite the opposite from the high school scenario and his CXC results. He had indeed become more serious with his work.“I had this competitive spirit in class that I should rise… you know, and I realized that naturally, I started to perform better and be on top. It was not something I was fighting for. I was always on top. I just performed well from one time to the next and this motivated me to go forward.”During these studies, too, his wife passed away after a long battle with cancer. “It was a real distressing time for me”, he recalled. But Raj continued on his path to seeking education. He later did re-marry.In his pursuit to climb the education ladder, he applied to study at the University of Guyana Berbice Campus (UGBC) in 2000. He was among the first batch of students at the facility. He later graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Education (Administration) in 2004, topping his cadre of students (primary school teachers) in both the Certificate in Education Programme (2002) and the Degree Programme at the final graduation.He was then employed at Fyrish Primary in 2005 where he taught for 3 years and returned to Gibraltar Primary as Head teacher in 2009. He later joined the staff of Tain Primary as Deputy- head teacher in 2010. He spent 23 years in the teaching profession.In 2010,, he joined the teaching staff of UGBC as a Measurement & Evaluation Lecturer.“I really enjoyed teaching… I had some nice times—the staff at both schools, was very, very cooperative and helpful and I never faced challenges with them…and I was very cooperative with them”, he said.Receiving an Award for Best Graduating Student (Certificate in Education) in 2002 from Mr Imran Sacoor (right) of Republic Bank.Not quite satisfied with his education achievements, and still ever so determined to climb further, he enlisted to read for his Masters of Education Degree and graduated in November of this year at the Turkeyen Campus.“You’re never satisfied, as long you start to qualify yourself with higher education, you always feel that you want to go up more—there is this urge to acquire more knowledge and skills.”He asserted that it was intrinsic motivation as well as being encouraged by friends to pursue his higher degree.In 2010, he became employed full-time by UGBC and left the teaching system in the public school. He also lectures on a part-time basis with the Cyril Potter College of Education. He lectures to secondary school teachers in Berbice.His final thesis dealt with Measurement & Evaluation, an area he loves very much. “Practically, teachers need to know a lot of stuff about classroom testing, and I felt that if I became specialized in that area and worked at the university, I would be able to impart knowledge to them so that they can help the school system, and this motivated me”.Our ‘Special Person’ investigated social factors affecting student performance at the National Grade Six Assessment. His findings, he stated, revealed that performance is indeed connected with students’ family income.“Those who are from the middle-income will generally perform better than those who are from low- income families. It also shows that students who have parents with higher levels of education, like tertiary and secondary education, they will perform better at the assessment in 2010 than those who had parents with only primary levels of education.”These results, he opined, have implications for our nation.Mrs Bibi Shadick presenting him with the prize for 2nd Best Graduating Student at CPCE in 1997 at the National Cultural Centre.“As parents, you need to educate yourselves as much as you can and this would help you to increase your earnings…and your family’s living standards will improve and if that improves, your children can focus more on education…and if they focus more, their performances will improve.”“I am proof that despite what background or community you come from, you can make it in life—and others out there should not be discouraged, press on and don’t look back from where you come from. Just press forward to reach the top!”“If you’re educated, it will get you out of poverty and you can help people; and if it gets you out of poverty, it means a better living standard for you and your family and you can make society better.”Apart from lecturing, Raj is involved in counselling youths in his community. He also enjoys reading and listening to music and assists UGBC with its Annual Reading Programme with under-performing children in the Corentyne area. He also assists kids in his area with Mathematics and English, especially during the August holidays. “I like adventure. I like going out—in my younger days, I used to go out on nature walks”.He did have a role model whom he looked up to. “I looked up to Dr Joshua Ramsammy, my neighbour and a lecturer at UG Turkeyen and I was telling myself—that since he was from a similar family background like I was—if he can do it, why can’t I? He was one of the motivating factors.”His principles in life… “Always do what you like and like what you do and it will move you forward and so, if you are a teacher, it means you like teaching, so you must perform to the best of your ability. If one does not like what they do, they need to look for heroes, for people who can motivate them, to look for people who would positively impact their lives. Everyone out there has a contribution to make to society, but you have to believe in yourself.”“Try to do what is right and if you know somebody that is doing something that is not right, why should you go and do the same thing?”When asked to share words of advice for teachers, he said, “Teachers are moulders of the nation and they are the greatest beings who would have walk this earth, and teachers should take into consideration what they do and how they do it because they are teachers all around the clock and eyes are on them, and students are very sensitive. The students pay keen attention to teachers’ lifestyles and the teachers can easily lose respect if they don’t conduct themselves properly in society and in the school.He concluded by reiterating that poverty is no stumbling block for someone to move up the ladder in life.“Honestly, it’s quite simple. If you believe, you can achieve!” cheap soccer jerseys cheap soccer jerseys china soccer jerseys china wholesale mls jerseys wholesale soccer jerseys soccer jerseys from china

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    By Fareeza HaniffGovernment has decided not to participate in the United States-sponsored Civilian Military Relations Seminar,, which is slated to commence from August 11 in the US.At his post-Cabinet media briefing,, on Thursday at the Office of the President,, Head of the Presidential Secretariat, Dr. Roger Luncheon,, said that the Government,, its departments, agencies,, employees and functionaries will not be participating in the activity.“It is fit to say that we are not of the opinion that the actual programme itself reflects a suitable input from the Government of Guyana and a request for its purpose in the absence of our integral involvement.We would not be participating,” Dr. Luncheon said. The seminar is slated to conclude on Thursday August 14.The seminar aims to help nations resolve issues resulting from defense transformation, stability and support operations, terrorism and other security challenges.It also assists in dealing with arms trade and border issues. The first regional conference was held last year, and Guyana participated. cheap soccer jerseys china soccer jerseys china wholesale soccer jerseys wholesale mls jerseys soccer jerseys from china cheap soccer jerseys

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    The issue of the outstanding US$5M from the sale of Government’s shares in GTT is yet to be resolved.Minister of State, Joseph HarmonAnd the controversial State company, National Industrial and Commercial Investments Limited (NICIL), tasked with ascertaining the truth of the matter does not seem to be making any significant headway.At a recently held post Cabinet press conference, Minister of State, Joseph Harmon, who is also a NICIL board member was asked to comment on the matter.During his contentious trip to China a few months ago,, he received some documents from Hong Kong Golden Telecom Company (HKGT), the company that bought Government’s shares in GTT. The documents claim that the company got a debt write off for the outstanding sum.When asked if the media would be able to see those documents and whether they would be made available, Harmon, said,, “That is a matter for NICIL; that my engagement on that matter was on behalf of NICIL and therefore all the documents, some of which I received in that regard, have been handed to NICIL. It is within the responsibility and jurisdiction of NICIL.”Harmon said that NICIL has a Board, a Chairman and a Secretary and he is “just” a member.It was in 2012 that NICIL sold the Government’s investment in GTT for US$30M of which the sum of US$25M was received. The balance, US$5M,, was to be paid within a period of two years.But there have been conflicting stories since that initial arrangement.At one point, the nation was told that Guyana’s former Ambassador to China,, David Dabydeen facilitated a debt write-off to HKGT.HKGT is a subsidiary of Datang Telecom International Technology (Hong Kong) Company Limited.Kaieteur News understands that the purchase agreement between the Chinese company and Guyana was framed in such a manner that in the event of any legal issue,, Guyana or HKGT would have to petition the United Kingdom courts.NICIL had said that in an attempt to avoid costly and lengthy adjudication of the matter in the English Courts,, it called on the Government to encourage HKGT through diplomatic channels, to honour its contractual obligations.NICIL said that HKGT alleged that following a series of communications with the former Guyana Ambassador to China, HKGT was assured that it was not required to pay the balance of US$5M.This was because HKGT had not been granted the same minority protection rights enjoyed by NICIL—that is two representatives, instead of one, on the GT&T Board of Directors. HKGT alleged that it was initially promised two seats by the then Government of Guyana.NICIL said that HKGT also alleged that the decision to waive the US$5M was contained in a side agreement.NICIL noted that it has not been able to verify the veracity of HKGT’s claim of waiver and has requested the assistance of the Government of Guyana to verify the validity of HKGT’s assertion and the documents they produced to support same.Additionally, Natural Resources Minister, Raphael Trotman had told the media that Harmon had retrieved documents from his trip to China which indicate that the money had been paid before last year’s general elections. cheap soccer jerseys china soccer jerseys china cheap soccer jerseys wholesale mls jerseys wholesale soccer jerseys soccer jerseys from china

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    …as City Hall examines financial stateDifferent aspects of the estimate of revenue and expenditure of the Mayor and City Council of Georgetown will undoubtedly be addressed this year.According to a release issued by the municipality’s Public Relations Department,, members of the Council’s Finance Committee and Chairman of the Implementation Committee, Keith Burrowes, along with heads of Departments, are already in the process of studying various aspects that must be scrutinized.Among the areas that have attracted discussions thus far are sensitivity indicators,, benchmarks and other features of the estimate.Minister of Local Government and Regional Development, Kellawan Lall, had disclosed that the implementation committee was geared at having the recommendations that came out of the Commission of Inquiry report put into action.According to the Minister,, although there have been many reports into the affairs of the municipality, this is the first time that efforts are being made to put a body in place to implement the recommendations.“This is the first time that we are going to go the length and see to it that some of the things that came out of the investigations are implemented…talking to the public, talking to councillors,, talking to experts…and keeping in mind the fact that many things have been going on all over the world and that there are new best practices. We need to take all those things into consideration and move to another stage.”Some of the recommendations of the report – including the dismissal of two officers, the Town Clerk and the City Treasurer – have already been effected.Meanwhile,, citizens of Georgetown are being encouraged to honour their rates and taxes obligations. The release reminded that payment of general rates can be made in four installments – February 1, April 1, July 1 and October 1.The release further advised that citizens should walk with their receipts collected on payments of the previous year,, and that cheques should be made payable to the ‘Mayor and Councillors of the City of Georgetown’ or ‘Mayor and City Council’ and crossed Account Payee Only.Many citizens it was noted had sought to honour their civic obligation last year, an act to which the municipality has expressed gratitude. “Indeed, their commitment has enabled the municipality to provide critical services to the citizens of Georgetown.Already, the council is very pleased with the many rate-payers, who are coming in to settle their accounts for 2010. It is encouraging to see citizens ensuring the integrity of their accounts, at City Hall. This would allow the council to provide key services, to the city and its populace,” the release added. wholesale mls jerseys cheap soccer jerseys wholesale soccer jerseys cheap soccer jerseys china soccer jerseys china soccer jerseys from china

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    The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has issued a call for proposals to develop and implement mobile-banking systems for Unbanked people in Latin America and the Caribbean.The IDB has pledged its support via M-Banking for the Unbanked, a programme implemented in cooperation with the GSM Association, a global system mobile phone operators’ organisation.The Knowledge Partnership Korea Fund for Technology and Innovation at the IDB has contributed to the financing of the programme.Mobile banking (also known as M-Banking and SMS Banking) is a term used for performing balance checks, account transactions, payments and the like via a mobile device such as a mobile phone.According to an IDB release, qualified teams of mobile network operators and partner banks will receive financial and technical support for the development and implementation of M-Banking solutions on a pilot or a trial basis to verify their operational and financial viability, or to support a full-scale launch.The release stated that some examples of systems that could be supported would be M-Banking systems that connect clients with a bank account, allowing them to conduct all transactions without having to go to a bank branch (branchless banking), or solutions that focus on one type of service, such as international and local money transfers (remittances).“Worldwide experience has demonstrated that mobile telephones are effective and efficient tools to provide financial services to the Unbanked, and at the same time profitable for both mobile network operators and financial institutions.In Latin America and the Caribbean, access to these services is still largely unavailable,” IDB says.The programme, the release added,, will finance up to 50 per cent of the contracted costs of selected projects.The maximum amount awarded to a programme would be US$150,,000. It is expected that a minimum of five projects will be supported.“Mobile network operators and partner banks interested in participating in the programme should send proposals following the template and instructions included in the application form.Applications will be evaluated and selected by the IDB on the basis of transparent and objective criteria indicated in the application form.”During a recent interview, President of the Guyana Bankers’ Association,, Edwin Gooding, said that the banks have received the proposal from the IDB regarding this service. He noted that they are currently in discussion stages about the project.According to Gooding,, if this service is implemented it can prove to be very beneficial,, especially for persons living in outlying areas.The Inter-American Development Bank, the oldest and largest regional multilateral development institution, was established in 1959 to help accelerate economic and social development in Latin America and the Caribbean.The IDB membership totals 47 nations, including 26 Latin American and Caribbean countries,, the United States, Canada and 19 non-regional countries.The Inter-American Development Bank Group approved new operations totaling more than US$9.6 billion in 2007, confirming its role as the leading source of multilateral lending for the region.The GSM Association (GSMA) is the global trade association representing more than 750 global system for mobile communications phone operators across 218 countries and territories of the world.The Association’s members represent more than 3 billion GSM and 3GSM connections – over 86 per cent of the world’s mobile phone connections.In addition, more than 200 manufacturers and suppliers support the Association’s initiatives.The GSMA has extensive experience and expertise regarding the implementation of M-Banking solutions targeted to the poor and the Unbanked. According to the IDB, only 35 per cent of adults in Latin America currently have bank accounts. cheap soccer jerseys soccer jerseys china wholesale mls jerseys soccer jerseys from china cheap soccer jerseys china wholesale soccer jerseys

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    Magistrate Ann McLennan remanded a miner to prison yesterday after he was charged with having a quantity of marijuana in his possession.Oswald Moses,, 37,, from North Ruimveldt denied the charge which alleged on March 03,, at Georgetown,, he had 235 grams of cannabis of the purpose of trafficking.Police Prosecutor Deniro Jones did not present the court with any facts about what occurred on the day in question, citing that investigations are still ongoing.He will return to court on March 19. wholesale soccer jerseys soccer jerseys from china cheap soccer jerseys wholesale mls jerseys

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    Floyd Edwards, Toshao of Amerindian villages, Orealla and Siparuta, believes that the allegations of discrepancies in financial reports and misappropriation of the Council’s funds made against him by resident,, Carl Peneux, is a way to retrieve power “through the backdoor” for himself.According to Peneux,, since Edwards was elected in April 2012 as Head of the Village Council in April 2013, there have been several imbalances and discrepancies in the financial reports.Toshao of Orealla and Siparuta,, Floyd EdwardsHe also charges Edwards with several other acts of misappropriation of the Council’s funds.Peneux was said to have collected 140 signatures of residents in Orealla for a petition calling for Edwards’ removal from the position as Toshao.More recently, he was moving to have the village council disbanded while installing an Interim Management Committee (IMC) to conduct a thorough investigation into the financial affairs of the existing Council.During a Press Conference yesterday at the Ministry of Amerindian Affairs,, Toshao Edwards said that he is disturbed by the issues raised by Carl Peneux and his brother, Lloyd Peneux,, about the Amerindian community. “They are trying to paint a bad picture of the Council in and around the country.”Chairman of the National Toshaos Council (NTC), Derick John, at the conference,, described the issue as one which eliminates law and order. The chairman said that the allegations made by Peneux show disrespect to the village council, who are democratically elected to lead the community.According to the Toshao, the issues raised by the Peneux brothers have been adequately dealt with by the Ministry of Amerindian Affairs.Edwards said that after he had won the majority of the votes at the elections in 2012, the brothers had lodged a complaint with the Minister of Amerindian Affairs and even the President, saying that the election was “rigged”. The Toshao noted that in response to the claims, the Minister issued a report which stated that the election was transparent and that the Toshao and other members of the council were duly elected according to the Amerindian Act.Further, responding to the allegations lodged of the misuse of the Council’s funds, the Toshao said that auditors were sent to audit the first four months of the Council’s account. “The Ministry went there about four times dealing with these cases”, he said.He added that not only did staff of the Ministry conduct the investigation but the Minister herself went into the village to declare what was found in the auditors’ report, “that the Toshao and the secretary didn’t take the money and put it in their pockets but that they spent the money on the village.”According to Edwards, Peneux is not accepting the reports. He said that Peneux claims that “some internal agreement” had been made between the Council and auditors so as to produce a transparent report.Edwards, in turn,, believes that Peneux has not been transparent in setting up the Interim Management Committee aimed at disbanding the Village Council. The Toshao believes that the “so-called” IMC was not set up in accordance with the Amerindian Act. He said that it has therefore been deemed unconstitutional.Edwards said that the IMC set up by Peneux “doesn’t have the authority to transact any business on behalf of the Orealla Village Council or on behalf of the residents of Orealla.Edwards said that,, at present, the Orealla Village Council is trying to develop their village and they would not tolerate any outside interference that would cause confusion in the community.He said that the village had proposed projects with outside donors but it is likely that because of the allegations of the Peneux brother that appeared in the newspapers, the “donor agencies would feel that the people of Orealla are not capable of handling projects or funds” and therefore decline from lending their assistance.Edwards believes that if Peneux “works together with him to get things done in the community”, it would lead to development.Pointing to Janice Herman, who was also present at the conference, Edwards said that the woman,, although leader of one of the minority groups, is fully supportive of his Council and believes that Peneux should adopt the same attitude.The woman said that she knows that the Toshao and the Council were elected democratically and therefore deserve the cooperation of the residents. She said that in order for the village to move forward with development the all residents need to support the Council. She added that the issues raised by the Peneux brother were issues that started long before Edwards came into office. Connor Hellebuyck Team North America Jersey Dennis Rasmussen Jersey Dalton Prout Jersey Ryan Nugent-Hopkins Team North America Jersey David Savard Jersey Craig Hartsburg Jersey Shayne Corson Jersey Scott Hartnell Jersey Dylan Larkin Team North America Jersey

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    DEATH WOLF (formerly DEVILS WHOREHOUSE),, the “horror-death rock” side-project of MARDUK guitarist Morgan Hkansson, has entered Endarker Studio in Östergtland,, Sweden to begin recording its as-yet-untitled second album for a late summer release via Blooddawn Productions/Century Media. DEATH WOLF’s self-titled new album was released in May 2011 via Regain Records/Blooddawn. DEVILS WHOREHOUSE changed its name to DEATH WOLF (symbolizing the strength,, dedication and will shown in its creations) because “the music and philosophy behind the orchestra has outgrown its name,” according to a press release.DEATH WOLF made its live debut in June 2011 at the Wave Gotik Treffen festival in Leipzig,, Germany.Formed in 2000,, DEVILS WHOREHOUSE’s sophomore CD,, “Blood & Ashes”,, came out in May 2009. After a lengthy hiatus, DEVILS WHOREHOUSE, returned in 2008 with the release of an EP titled “Werewolf”. The effort was made available in three different formats — CD,, 7” and 12” picture disc.DEATH WOLF is:Morgan - BassMakko - GuitarMaelstrom - VocalsHrafn - DrumsFor more information,, visit Cheap Toronto Blue Jays Jerseys Authentic Avery Bradley Celtics Jersey Wholesale USA Soccer Jerseys Cheap Jerseys From China Bobby Wood Jersey Dylan Larkin Red Wings Jersey Art Monk Redskins Jersey Cheap Jerseys

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    By Alex WayneThe Akon live concert,, hosted on Saturday night at the National Stadium, was pretty explosive but not without a few glitches.The fact that the dancehall superstar did not appear on stage until almost 03:00 hrs agitated the already restless crowd of over twenty thousand, who protested and threw cups and beer cans onto the stage.Heeding the calls of the Brutal Jammers singers for order, the crowd simmered a little, but renewed their revolt when, despite several promises by MC Stan Goveia, Akon still did not appear. 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While media representatives tried to explain to organizers that they needed to remain there to take photos, television personality DJ Rawle, using the microphone, ordered Kaieteur News and NCN to “get off the stage!”This request apparently angered some media representatives, who left the venue promptly after.Our entertainment reporter Alex Wayne was roughly pushed and almost dragged from the stage by burly security personnel as he attempted to snap a photograph of Akon in action.Apart from that,, the local performances really kept the audience hyped and entertained during the hours they awaited Akon’s appearance.At around 22:00 hrs, Brutal Jammers Band, as usual, set a reverberating atmosphere as they paved the way for Star Guyana Finalist, ‘Mystic,’ who executed a beautiful rendition of his hit single, ‘Better Days Will Come’.A section of the mammoth festive crowd at the National Stadium.Next to come was Sophia resident singer ‘Illaman,,’ who somehow failed to find favour with the crowd, some of whom complained of him screaming into the microphones.However,, Clinton ‘Passion’ Adolphus, who was the next act, exhibited his usual explosive demeanour, belting out ‘Wine it Up’, ‘Come Out to Party’ and several other hot tunes that set the crowd in readiness of what was to follow.Though it was more of a soca type dancehall atmosphere, Gialiani was well applauded for his hip-hop pieces, ‘Watch yuh Self’ and ‘Put yuh Hands Up’.With the entrance of Brutal Tracks’ ‘Jory,’ the crowd absolutely screamed in delight at his high-energy execution of ‘Bus ah Wine’, ‘Bad Man’ and many others.Rapidly rising local song diva Celeste David made a smashing entrance soon after, and executed a brilliant but brief performance which left smiles of satisfaction on the faces of patrons.Kicking off with Alicia Keys and Baby Cham’s ‘Ghetto Story’, she followed up with ‘Murder she Wrote’ and the popular soca hit piece, ‘I dare You.’Exciting the crowd with her spectacular and very provocative dance techniques, the talented songstress,, clad in a body-hugging black costume, ‘backed it up’ so fiery this time that it sent the crowd into a frenzy, the females in the audience shouting their approval of this superb display of ‘woman power.’Guyana’s reggae ambassadors,, ‘Firstborn,’ were well received, but a few patrons grumbled that their performance was definitely too lengthy.However, their ‘Bounce dem Head’, ‘Jah Blessing’ and other songs moved the audience to ‘energetic scanting’ in some sections of the venue.This time around, the Polar Ice models did not only make a guest appearance, but also performed a special dance routine for the audience.As the impatient crowd began chanting “Akon”, “Akon,” Brutal Tracks’ Mark ‘Anaconda’ Batson was brought onstage, and he managed to slightly simmer the raucous crowd.Deafening screams erupted when Akon made his way on stage at around 02:50 hrs, and Guyana flags were waved all around.Storming the stage with ‘Konvict Music,’ he soon had patrons waving and singing, while some ladies almost swooned in delight.Many tried to touch his feet, and some males hoisted their girlfriends on their shoulders with the hope that they could at least touch the superstar.Many joined him in singing ‘Ghetto Story,’ and the majority practically screamed their heads off when he belted out ‘Soul Survivor’.His performance was like lightning, as with great bursts of energy, he used the stage well, comfortably displaying what appeared to be a well-planned routine that blended in marvelously with every selection.As usual, Akon wanted a girl on stage to maybe ‘smack that,’ and of course he went into the audience to get her. 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    Strong disciplinary action will be taken against teachers if they are in breach of the ‘No Smoking’ declaration. This disclosure was made by Minister of Education, Shaik Baksh, even as efforts were engaged to expand the No Smoking stance to the Cyril Potter College of Education.The tertiary facility was yesterday officially declared a ‘No Smoking Zone.’The auspicious undertaking was endorsed by Minister of Health, Dr Leslie Ramsammy and Acting PAHO/WHO Representative, Dr Rosalinda Hernandez, with the presentation of a diagram of a smoker’s body to Principal of the Institution, Ms Debra Thomas.According to Minister Baksh,, the Ministry of Education was one of the first organisations to join forces with the Health Ministry when Minister Ramsammy decided to declare workplaces smoke free zones.“It is over a year now our schools have all gotten posters and later on all the locations of the Ministry of Health itself had put up posters.”And according to Baksh, it is his expectation that there are no breaches in the school system with respect to the ‘No Smoking’ warning, which applies not only to students, but equally to teachers as well. He revealed that following the ‘No Smoking’ warning at schools across the country there were reports that teachers were breaching the rules.“I want to announce here today that if one teacher is found breaching that rule, and we can establish that fact,, strong disciplinary action will be taken against that teacher. We will ensure that the Teaching Service Commission acts. We cannot have one rule for the students and another rule for the teachers. Often we have seen that,, but the Ministry will not tolerate such a situation.”He emphasised that the Ministry has a zero tolerance policy for smoking and alcohol use in the school system. “When you have school fairs and parties a lot of alcohol consumption takes place in the schools…but not now, because we have banned it. The Chief Education Officer has issued a circular that no alcohol will be allowed in the schools.”In addition, there is a zero tolerance on drug use in the school system, the Minister added. “Only yesterday (Thursday) in the Parliament, I was asked some questions about the extent of the use of drugs and the sale of drugs in the school system and I am happy to report, as I reported to the National Assembly,, that for this year we have not received any reports from the schools on drug use…”In the previous academic year, the Minister stated, there were only two reports of drug use and both were taken to the courts. In fact, the Minister disclosed, the Ministry is maintaining vigilance on drug use and will be strengthening its reporting system with support from international organisations.However, he noted that it is the teachers that are required to be the ambassadors in the system and ensure that the required messages are disseminated.“It is not only designated schools and workplaces that we are targeting. We have to ensure that each and every community… the whole country, responds to the no smoking warning…smoking could mean disaster not only for the smoker, but it affects others in the whole environment. Some people would like to self-destruct but they are also affecting others in the process.”But though the no smoking declaration has so far been centred on the public school system, Minister Baksh expressed his desire to extend the programme to private schools as well. As such,, he noted that plans are apace to ink letters to private institutions as early as next week asking for their co-operation in this venture.“I know that some private schools already have zero tolerance for smoking, alcohol and drug use, but there are others where this might not be the case.” At the moment,, the Ministry has a full inventory of all registered private schools across the country that will be targeted, Baksh disclosed.And since the Ministries of Education and Health have had a close collaboration over the years, a School Health,, Nutrition, HIV/AIDS Unit has been put in place within the Education Ministry.This unit, the Minister said, has been in place for about two years now and is staffed by two professional officers who are remunerated by the Ministry of Health.“They are here to ensure that we monitor what is taking place in the school system and also that programmes are carried out with good support…”According to Baksh, the Education Ministry is in full support of the work of the Ministry of Health and has even commissioned, through UNESCO, a programme called the Education Sector Response to HIV/AIDS. Wholesale NHL Jerseys Cheap NHL Jerseys Wholesale NHL Jerseys China NHL Jerseys From China NHL Jerseys China Cheap NHL Jerseys China NHL Jerseys Wholesale

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    By Dale AndrewsAnother Guyanese who up to recent,, resided in Barbados, is having second thoughts about returning to the island following an ordeal he experienced at the hands of some Barbadian policemen.Billy Edwards, 19, who is originally from Rosignol, West Bank Berbice, and who was residing legally in Barbados, opted to pay his own passage back to his homeland after he and three of his friends were brutally beaten by the Barbados police when they identified themselves as Guyanese.Edwards returned home over the weekend and visited this newspaper yesterday to give a harrowing account of his ordeal.“What never happened to me here in Guyana happened to me in Barbados,,” he said.He told Kaieteur News that he and some of his Guyanese friends were hanging out in Bridgetown, the island’s capital, on Saturday night when they were confronted by a group of plainclothes police ranks.Since the men did not identify themselves as policemen, the Guyanese enquired from them, the reason for stopping them.This turned out to be their mistake since the policemen, recognizing their Guyanese accent, became aggressive.“After I asked them to show us their badges, they say ‘Okay, they are Guyanese’. They then told us that they are taking us straight to the airport,” Edwards said.But instead of the airport,, the three Guyanese were taken to the District ‘A’ Police Station where they were questioned.Edwards said that his request to make a telephone call was dismissed by a policeman at the station.“When I asked, ‘Officer, can I have my phone call?’ He tell me to sit my so and so,” Edwards recalled.They were eventually booked and placed into two separate cells until the following morning. But that was just the tip of the iceberg.On Sunday,, the three Guyanese were herded into a police vehicle and taken to an address that one of them had given as their place of abode.Edwards said that the officers began cursing them and accusing them of lying about their address in Barbados, despite them giving them telephone numbers for the police to verify their stories.He said that one of the officers then grabbed him by his T-shirt and started to slap him while another placed a gun to one of his friends’ head and threatened to shoot him.Edwards said that upon arrival at one of the addresses they had given to the police, the officers kicked down the door, apparently with the intention of catching other Guyanese who might have been living illegally on the island.He said that he was taken from the police vehicle and one of the ranks cuffed him in his stomach.The rank then took a scarf and wrapped around it Edwards’s neck and started to choke him.“He threw me on the ground and then knelt on my chest. Another officer was slapping me all over my head. My other friend was getting beat with a sword,” the young man told Kaieteur News.“One of them say that he don’t like Guyanese. He say that he get Guyanese deport already. He say that they like to sort out the Guyanese and the prime minister say that Guyanese got to go. All the while they were still beating me,” Edwards added.He said that he and his friends were then placed back into the police vehicle and were being called derogatory names.According to Edwards when he answered them back in kind the ranks actually took him through a deserted track to beat him again but he begged for his life.The Guyanese were eventually taken to the Grantley Adams International Airport,, although the police had verified their legal status.Edwards said that the ranks pretended as if nothing had happened.“They tell the immigration, ‘We bring these here. They illegal, we bring them here.’” Edwards said.Eventually the policemen left the three Guyanese in the hands of the Barbadian Immigration officials at the airport.They were questioned but the Guyanese could take no more of the humiliation and requested to purchase their own tickets back to Guyana.“The Immigration really didn’t give us no problem. They gave us a chance to call persons to get our money to buy our tickets and then they put us in a room until they sorted out the flights for us,,” Edwards stated. They all left the island on Sunday night.Recently, Guyanese and other CARICOM nationals have been complaining about the treatment meted out to them by the Barbadian authorities, ever since Prime Minister David Thompson announced a crackdown on persons illegally living on the island.Edwards is of the opinion that some Caribbean nations, like Guyana, are not counted as a country.“We are treated like dogs, like animals…like nobody cares about us. 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    – Dr RamsammyThe delivery of health care offered by the public health sector is poised to be significantly improved with the addition of 65 new doctors who recently completed their medical training in Cuba.They represent the largest contingent of doctors to be incorporated to the local health sector at a single time, according to Health Minister, Dr Leslie Ramsammy.And according to the Minister,, the presence of the new doctors will adequately address the problem of long waiting periods for patients, a problem which is common primarily at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation.鈥淥verall, the GPHC has done an excellent job but the chronic problem it has,, in terms of its services, has been long waits. Sometimes 200 people have a need to be treated but there is only one doctor.鈥滺owever, with the new batch and other batches to come, the Minister disclosed that the Ministry will be able to reduce the waiting period by putting more doctors in the areas that usually have large amount of patients.Regional hospitals,, he noted, will also benefit in like manner,, as additional doctors will be dispatched there. According to him, facilities such as the New Amsterdam, Suddie,, Linden and the West Demerara hospitals will have more doctors and by extension will reduce patients鈥� need to visit the GPHC.Additional doctors will also be placed at the district hospitals and at the Diagnostic centres to ensure that there are sufficient staffers at those levels as well.And then there will be the introduction of doctors at health centres.For example,, he said that all 27 health centres of Region Six will have doctors assigned to them shortly. 鈥淭hey will not be there on an everyday basis; they don鈥檛 need to have them every day. But they will be supporting the medexes and nurses that are available at the health centres.鈥滺owever, the Minister noted that some Regions such as Region Four that have large Health Centres will have a doctor assigned.With the addition of the doctors at varying levels of the health sector,, the Minister noted that citizens will now have greater access to doctors,, adding that from the national referral hospital all the way to the health post,, there will be doctors available.鈥淭his changes the paradigm. In Guyana it used to be that only the National and Regional Hospitals had doctors and some districts had but this will change. On the continuum we will have doctors leading the provision of services and the consequent will be improved health care for the people.鈥滲ut even as the additional doctors are strategically placed, the Minister disclosed that the Health Ministry will be faced with more daunting challenges as it relates to training and retaining support staff.According to the Minister, the effectiveness of the doctors will be dependent on meeting their need for support teams. As such he noted that the Ministry鈥檚 training programmes will have to be accelerated over the next few years.The 65 new doctors were a part of a graduation exercise for scholarship students which occurred last week at the National Cultural Centre. Already some of them have been dispatched to various hospitals, said the Minister. Karim Benzema Jersey Lindsey Horan Jersey Antoine Griezmann Jersey Steve Birnbaum Jersey Marc-Andre ter Stegen Jersey Ilkay Gundogan Jersey

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    The Demerara Harbour Bridge (DHB) was yesterday closed to traffic for two hours (13:00 hrs to 15:00 hrs) to simultaneously allow the passage of ocean vessels and maintenance works on two special connecting posts.The bridge comprises 61 special connecting posts. The two posts that were changed are positioned at junction 38 and 39, located on the southern carriageway at the western end of the structure.Two special connecting posts being changed at junction 38-39 on the DHB According to Arun Richard, Maintenance Engineer,, the southern carriageway of the bridge is considered the pay load lane since vehicles traversing that section are always heavier. This is because cargo comprising building materials including sand and stone are transported to West Demerara,, Region Three.He noted that inspections are carried out daily on the super structure (where vehicles traverse) and the sub-structure (beneath the bridge including pontoons). Findings from the inspections decide how regular special operations are executed in addition to the everyday maintenance works.The maintenance and operations of the DHB are heavily subsidised by Government. From 2007 to date,, while the bridge spent $1.3B on the maintenance and operation of the bridge, Government provided approximately $2.7B.Trucks traversing the bridge contribute the least revenue while their impact is greatest to the structure. Although,, scheduled maintenance works are executed daily and vehicle weight scales are placed at both the eastern and western ends of the bridge,, the structure is affected by the trucks,, says Rawlston Adams General Manager.He indicated that with the expanding housing establishments in the Region Three district there has been an increase in the number of trucks and other vehicles traversing the bridge.Adams noted that during the recent Engineering Conference experts were pondering on alternative paths for the trucks to transport cargo to Region Three. He noted that since sand is one of the main cargo transported it was suggested that a trail be used from Timehri to Region Three.However,, some experts noted that it would be better to have an additional lane to the bridge since a double lane system is utilised in the morning during peak hours to facilitate the heavy flow of traffic. There is also a heavy buildup of traffic in the afternoon.While experts and engineers are pondering on how to extend the life of the bridge and provide smooth flow of traffic, many commuters want a new bridge. They argue that the bridge is old and rehabilitation and maintenance cannot sustain the structure and accommodate the increasing number of vehicles.In October 2008,, President Bharrat Jagdeo called the state of the bridge almost criminal.The DHB was commissioned on July 2,, 1978. The floating structure is 6,074 feet (1,851 m). When the structure was commissioned its initial lifespan was 10 years. Nike Eagles #91 Fletcher Cox Black Mens Stitched NFL Elite Pro Line Gold Collection Jersey Wholesale Real Madrid Jerseys Giants #27 Juan Marichal Grey Cool Base Stitched MLB Jersey Wholesale USA Soccer Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale New York Yankees Jerseys Pistons #0 Andre Drummond Navy Stitched NBA Jersey Nike Steelers #11 Markus Wheaton White Mens NFL Pro Line Fashion Game Jersey Wholesale Golden State Warriors Jerseys

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    Due to the overgrowth of bushes surrounding the “C” Field Sophia Nursery School,, residents have had to endure a torrid time with bandits taking advantage of the situation by robbing and even raping unsuspecting residents.This newspaper paid a visit to the area on Sunday last at the invitation of the residents who came out in their numbers and started a self help campaign to cut down the overgrown vegetation. The residents have claimed that this is not the first time they are doing this.They are contending that the Ministry of Education which owns theResidents clearing the that surrounds the Nursery School needs to seriously take care of the area. Kaieteur News was told that the land has been earmarked to build a Secondary School but that has not been done to date.Based on the expansive nature of the land,, residents are of the view that apart from another school being built,, a football field/playfield can also be constructed that will take care of the sporting needs of the members,, especially the youths of the area.The concerned residents have vowed that they will continue to clear the area and have decided that they will dedicate a few hours every Sunday to achieve that goal. This move was prompted by the frequency of robberies being perpetrated on the residents of the area.It was even reported that in the past 14 days,, two women were raped in the said area. This is a major cause for concern. Another of the concerns that was raised was the slothful response by the ranks attached to the Police Outpost in Sophia.When calls are made,, the residents are told that they have to come to make reports. The main road leading into the school is also in a sad state of disrepair to the extent that minibuses do not traverse the area in the nights. Even taxis are very reluctant to take jobs since many of them have been robbed at gunpoint.Members of the Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) of the Nursery school have appealed to the parents of each child to contribute $500 towards the clearing of the land. They are also seeking the same level of support from each household.Another concern of the residents is the fact that the area is dark in the nights due to the lack of street lights. They have made efforts before to illuminate the area but were told by GPL that they would have to pay for those lights.Recently,, the PTA held a meeting with the Ministry of Education to raise concerns including the overgrowth of bushes on the land. They were told that they would have to start the work and the Ministry will then maintain it.Residents will be out tomorrow to continue where they left off from last Sunday. David Clarkson Jersey Mike Modano Jersey Jared Spurgeon Jersey Brian Bellows Jersey Graham Knott Jersey Brett Hull Jersey Scott Hartnell Jersey

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    Dr. Steve Surujbally– De Groot is new Chairman of Livestock Dev. AuthorityBy Leonard GildarieGovernment has appointed Managing Director of Bounty Farms Limited,, Patrick De Groot,, as the new Chairman of the Guyana Livestock Development Authority (GLDA) after widespread criticism by opposition parties, among others, over the choice of Dr. Steve Surujbally.De Groot, who has led Bounty Farms to becoming one of the top producers of chickens,, pork and stockfeed in Guyana, was named as a director to the body which was recently established, and which wide-reaching authority is expected to revamp the livestock industry in the country.De Groot’s appointment, by the Ministry of Agriculture on Wednesday, will end on August 31 next year.Meanwhile,, on Wednesday also, the Ministry wrote Surujbally rescinding his appointment to the GLDA’s Chairmanship.Expressing regret at the rescission, Minister Robert Persaud insisted that the appointment was not illegal, and in the context of the arguments, “beyond our contemplation”.The Minister, in the letter to Dr. Surujbally, also disclosed that legal advice was sought on the matter and it was found that there was nothing illegal.There has been a rash of letters in the newspapers calling for Dr. Surujbally,, who is the Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM),, not to accept the position, especially as Guyana is preparing for General Elections later this year.It was argued that while the appointment was not illegal, it would however give the appearance of a conflict of interest.Patrick De GrootA columnist in Kaieteur News, earlier this week,, argued that there is no doubt that the Chairman of GECOM would have broken no law and would not be in violation of the Constitution of Guyana by accepting the position of the Chairperson of GLDA.“The Constitution stipulates that the Chairman of GECOM should be a fulltime employee and not be engaged in any other form of employment. This provision of the constitution was not intended to deny anyone holding the Chairmanship of GECOM from participating in national bodies.”The purpose of the provision, the columnist argued,, was no doubt intended to ensure that the Chairman of GECOM would be able to dedicate sufficient time to his work as Chairperson of GECOM without the burden of other employment obligations.“Thus, it was intended to ensure that the Chairperson would not be distracted in his duties as Chairman by other obligations.”Yesterday,, the Alliance For Change (AFC) also argued that appointment of Surujbally was not done in the spirit of the country’s constitution.In rescinding the appointment on Wednesday, Minister Persaud stressed that he is unaware of any contentions with respect to Dr. Surujbally’s suitability for leadership at the GLDA.“In fact, your role in heading the National Dairy Development Programme 25 years ago is recognition of your professional competence.The Agriculture Minister, pointing to the critical role played by the now-GECOM Chairman to have Guyana certified free of the dreaded foot-and-mouth disease, was also sure that livestock farmers “would be pained by this politically-contrived campaign” to have him removed.Regarding De Groot’s appointment, Minister Persaud noted that the businessman is recognized as a strong proponent of the country’s livestock industry.“His entrepreneurial abilities are recognized at Bounty Farms where he is the Managing Director. His initial appointment as a Director of the Guyana National Livestock Development Authority is as a result of his innovative qualities.” Rob Scuderi Jersey Al Macinnis Jersey Ryan Nugent-Hopkins Team North America Jersey Corey Crawford Jersey Neal Broten Jersey Graham Knott Jersey Aaron Ekblad Team North America Jersey Vince Dunn Jersey Pierre Pilote Jersey

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    The Guyana Bank for Trade and Industry has refuted claims that it has in its account, a secret US$25 million account. On Sunday,, Kaieteur News carried a story about a US$25 million account that was only recently discovered in the accounts of Guyana Bank for Trade and Industry.According to the story, the money was “in a bank account under the control of Winston Brassington, the controversial head of the Privatisation Unit.”The story attributed the discovery to Khemraj Ramjattan,, Leader of the Alliance For Change (AFC), who claimed that such monies “can be used to pay public servants a much-needed increase in wages and salaries.”Regarding the bank account,, Ramjattan said that a whistleblower disclosed that Brassington and Keith Burrowes,, an official close to the government,, are the main persons controlling the bank account at GBTI.“We are being told by a reliable source…a whistleblower…that the account has $4.9B in it in the name of National Cooperative Financial Services. AFC is extremely concerned about this since nowhere has the government told the National Assembly that it has (this money) sitting in an account.”Yesterday,, the bank said that it had only one account above the sum quoted by Ramjattan,, and that the signatories are not Winston Brassington and Keith Burrowes.The bank added that it has no account for which Brassington is a signatory. “There is no account to which Mr. Burrowes and Mr. Brassington are joint signatories.”Commenting on the issue of a ‘whistleblower’ a senior bank official said that commercial banks are about secrecy.The contention that there is someone in the bank who is divulging information to the outside is distressing. However,, the consensus is that someone decided to “set up” Ramjattan who could not take the time to check the veracity of the information he received.And Mr. Keith Burrowes,, who is currently seeking medical attention overseas, said that there is no secret US$25 million account to which he is a signatory.Mr. Burrowes said that he is surprised that the information was not verified with him or a senior staff. “Politicians must verify their information before going public with such damaging statements. Usually information coming out of the commercial banks is credible; but unfortunately in this case the information is totally inaccurate,” he added.The other issues raised in the article are government issues or issues of other entities and as such those institutions and the government will decide if and when they may respond to the article, he said. Darcy Kuemper Jersey Dennis Rasmussen Jersey Martin Havlat Jersey Mark Scheifele Team North America Jersey Doug Gilmour Jersey Pierre Turgeon Jersey Bobby Orr Jersey Corey Crawford Jersey Jacob Trouba Team North America Jersey

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    – Says GuySuCo’s practices influence absenteeism The Federation of Independent Trade Unions of Guyana (FITUG), Guyana’s major Trade Union grouping,, has thrown its support behind sugar workers.The Federation said that while it is saddened over the deteriorating relations between the Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo) and the workers’ bargaining agent,, the Guyana Agricultural and General Workers’ Union (GAWU), it has no choice but to lend its support and solidarity to GAWU and its members.“It is NOT the sugar workers’ fault that the industry is now enduring perilous times,” FITUG declared,” saying that it was the Government and GuySuCo who determined that a new factory at Skeldon should be constructed to bring down the cost of producing sugar.“The workers are NOT responsible for the outrageous break-downs and down time at this “modern” facility,” FITUG stated.The Federation further said that workers are not responsible for the rainy season and lost days. “And sugar workers certainly do not fashion the Turnaround Plans and the programmes and policies which the employer,, GuySuCo,, comes up with.”According to FITUG, the sugar industry’s workers certainly play a vital role in the sustained viability of their industry in that they have to turn out to work in the fields, factories and offices to ensure the production of the most tonnes of sugar possible.“When, however, they experience unwillingness by the employer, to consider reasonable wage incentives and increases,, they foresee a gloomy future despite their back-breaking toil and their morale plummets to undesirable lows,” FITUG stated,“A demoralized work-force cannot produce adequately,” the Federation added, arguing that it should never be beyond the employer to find the material means to encourage their workforce. “Instead, GuySuCo’s practices influence workers’ absenteeism and disloyalty.”FITUG has concluded that GuySuCo has not actually offered its employees any increases.Since the sugar industry is a key component in the national economy’s well-being and since sugar’s challenges will impact on all Guyana,, FITUG said that perhaps it is time for substantial government intervention into this impasse.“Sugar is too big to fail – at least at this stage of our national developmental programmes,,” FITUG noted.“Failure will see hundreds of thousands of workers and their dependents suddenly becoming a destitute constituency in this economy.”FITUG said that any transition in the sugar sector has to be planned and gradual.“Since our President is aware of the importance of Skeldon,, he is bound to be aware of the current larger picture confronting the industry. All the elements,, therefore, urgently invite his government’s intervention.” Tyler Seguin Jersey Neal Broten Jersey Morgan Rielly Team North America Jersey Rob Scuderi Jersey Joakim Nordstrom Jersey Glenn Hall Jersey Antti Niemi Jersey Joe Mullen Jersey Wayne Gretzky Jersey

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    Police at the Charity Outpost were summoned at Friendship,, in the Lower Pomeroon River to retrieve the body of a 70-year-old pensioner who failed to return to his Friendship home over the weekend after an outing with his friends.According to reports,, the pensioner,, Dennis Fredricks,, a/k “Cash”,, of Friendship,, in the Lower Pomeroon River,, was discovered floating in the canal by residents who alerted the police.A post mortem examination is scheduled to be performed on the man’s remains which are currently at the Hospital Mortuary. No marks of violence were visible. (Yannason Duncan) Kari Lehtonen Jersey Kevin Shattenkirk Jersey Wayne Gretzky Jersey Tony Esposito Jersey CM Punk Jersey Brian Bellows Jersey Dino Ciccarelli Jersey

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    Citizens traversing downtown Georgetown will once again be able to keep track of the time of day since City Hall has been able to put measures in place to get the Stabroek Market clock back in operation.According to City Mayor, Hamilton Green, the clock was put back in working order since last week,, adding that he is optimistic that it will remain that way for a very long time.The Stabroek Market clock The clock,, which is strategically located on the tower of the market, has over the years come to a standstill,, much to the disappointment of many citizens.Efforts were made last year by the municipality to restore the giant-size mechanism back to normal working order. That stint of operation was however short-lived,, Mayor Green said.He explained that the council was initially unable to retain the services of a gentleman who is knowledgeable of the operation of the antiquated clock since he had retired from the trade.As a result,, Mayor Green said that he had made a suggestion that the municipality hires the gentleman so that he could maintain the clock so that it could remain operational.According to the Mayor,, with the bureaucratic system at City Hall, nothing was done to hire the technical hand.He divulged that the administration of the municipality at first attempted to employ the man as a labourer, a move which he strongly objected to since the man has the expertise unlike the average technician.The man has since been employed,, the Mayor said,, to primarily maintain the clock.According to Mayor Green,, it is expected that the clock as well as the historic Stabroek Market will be highlighted as tourists’ attractions, which could even help to boost the revenue base of the municipality. Paul George Team USA Jersey Wes Unseld Wizards Jersey Clyde Drexler Team USA Jersey Shaquille ONeal Magic Jersey DeAndre Jordan Team USA Jersey Anthony Davis Team USA Jersey Patrick Patterson Raptors Jersey Allen Iverson Team USA Jersey Bradley Beal Wizards Jersey

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    -new Agri. Minister vows to stamp out exploitation of farmersGuyana produced 40,000 tonnes of rice in 2011,, which is some 11 percent more than in 2010 and is the highest ever recorded in the nation’s history.While rice farmers are faced with climate change and other adverse conditions, Guyana’s rice production continues to meet the increasing demand of the international and local markets, with 361, 525 tonnes produced in 2010 and 401,904 tonnes recorded in 2011.Minister of Agriculture,, Dr. Leslie Ramsammy said that while rice farmers are faced with a number of challenges, he was satisfied with last year’s production.“There are many constraints and our farmers, particularly the small farmers have had to endure a payment system that has been unfair to them. In 2012, I will be working to make sure that farmers are paid on time and that they are not used to bankroll millers,,” said Dr. Ramsammy.In 2011, there was also an increase in the acreage of rice sown totaling 141,588 hectares, and in paddy production where the output recorded was 618,, 314 tonnes. In 2010,, Guyana produced 135,550 hectares for cultivation and 556, 193 metric tonnes of paddy.Venezuela, which is deemed a new frontier for rice export, benefitted in excess of 160,000 tonnes of rice from Guyana last year. Meanwhile, total rice exports amounted to almost 300,000 metric tonnes, mostly to Venezuela,, CARICOM and Europe.Over US $169M was earned from rice exports in 2011 in comparison to the US $154,, 622,744 earned in 2010.Kaieteur News understands that in addition to the exportation of rice in 2011,, the Guyana Rice Development Board (GRDB) introduced two new varieties of rice; GRDB 11 and GRDB 12.These are presently being tested by farmers on a commercial level. Another 14 elite strains are being tested and studied across the country to identify additional varieties for use in Guyana.This is in keeping with the GRDB’s aim to increase production yield as it continues to develop and launch new high yielding strains of rice.To date there are 12 strains in use in Guyana.Dr. Ramsammy also explained that last year saw major progress towards the certification of the Rice Testing Laboratory.“In order to continue growing the international market, the Rice Testing Laboratory represents a critical technological capacity. This will become even more critical in the future. We expect to complete the certification process in early 2012.”He also added that the Ministry of Agriculture has piloted the Hinterland Rice Project in Moco Moco,, Region Nine and is studying the feasibility of handing over the project to the residents in 2012. (Kristen Macklingam) Anthony Davis Team USA Jersey DeMarre Carroll Raptors Jersey Harrison Barnes Team USA Jersey Penny Hardaway Magic Jersey Raptors Jersey Christian Laettner Team USA Jersey Kobe Bryant Team USA Jersey Clyde Drexler Team USA Jersey James Harden Team USA Jersey

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    – fisherman detainedPolice have detained a fisherman in connection with the murder of a 17-year-old boy,, who had his throat slashed with a cutlass at around 17:00 hrs yesterday at Bush Lot, West Coast Berbice.Darshan Ramnanan, of Lot 95 Bush Lot New Housing Scheme,, collapsed and died on a roadway before he could receive medical attention.Police said that Ramnanan had previous brushes with the law but stated that they had no motive for his killing.However,, relatives alleged that the murder was orchestrated by a villager who alleged that the teen was involved in a recent burglary at his home.Kaieteur News understands that Ramnanan, who reportedly did odd jobs in the community,, left home at around 16:00 hrs.About an hour later,, relatives received a message that someone had killed him.An aunt of the victim told Kaieteur News that Ramnanan was still alive when she arrived at the scene.However, she said he was ‘fluttering’ on the ground and bleeding profusely from a wound to his throat.According to the woman, other villagers were present but made no attempt to help.The aunt said that she held her nephew in her arms to stem the bleeding while calling the Fort Wellington Police Station.According to the woman,, a police rank arrived in a car about 10 minutes later, but allegedly told her that she would have to wait for an ambulance.But she said that no ambulance came and her nephew eventually died in her arms.Police told Kaieteur News that a 44-year-old fisherman was subsequently detained in connection with Ramnanan’s death.The dead man’s aunt alleged that a villager who claimed that her nephew had recently stolen from him had given the suspect the cutlass with which the injury was inflicted.According to the aunt,, villagers had often wrongly accused her nephew of committing crimes in the community. Wholesale Jerseys Supply

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    Michael of Freethinkers’ Blog conducted an interview with guitarist Mark Heylmun of California deathcore masters SUICIDE SILENCE when the band played in Vienna,, Austria on Sunday,, June 19. You can now watch the chat in two parts below. Also available is high-quality performance footage of the group’s new song “You Only Live Once” from the Vienna concert.SUICIDE SILENCE’s new album,, “The Black Crown”,, is scheduled for release on July 12 via Century Media Records. The CD was recorded with heavyweight producer Steve Evetts (THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, EVERY TIME I DIE,, HATEBREED) and features guest appearances by KORN singer Jonathan Davis and SUFFOCATION frontman Frank Mullen.”The Black Crown” track listing:01. Slaves To Substance02. O.C.D.03. Human Violence04. You Only Live Once05. Fuck Everything06. March To The Black Crown07. Witness The Addiction (feat. Jonathan Davis)08. Cross-Eyed Catastrophe09. Smashed (feat. Frank Mullen)10. The Only Thing That Sets Us Apart11. Cancerous SkiesSUICIDE SILENCE began filming a video for the song “You Only Live Once” on June 5. Vocalist Mitch Lucker commented, “This music video is going to be fucking insane!”The cover artwork for “The Black Crown” was created by the Delaware-based freelance graphic designer and illustrator Ken “K3N” Adams,, who has previously worked with LAMB OF GOD.”‘The Black Crown’ is our most mature,, well-produced, and well-written record as a band,,” Lucker told AOL’s Noisecreep. “People should come see us play songs from it live on [this summer’s Rockstar Energy Drink] Mayhem [Festival] this summer,, or buy it when it comes out!”Lucker also revealed that “The Black Crown” will be SUICIDE SILENCE’s third and final release for longtime label Century Media Records. Lucker noted that the band will be free agents after the release of this album. Interview Part 1: Interview Part 2: “You Only Live Once” performance footage: Chris Kreider Rangers Jersey Luke Glendening Jersey Bruno Caboclo Raptors Jersey Marcus Morris Pistons Swingman Jersey Jayson Werth Nationals Jersey Orlando Cepeda Cardinals Jersey Cheap Jerseys China Cheap MLB Jerseyshttp://www.wholesale– Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping

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    …as stakeholders finally agree on Parliament datesThe sitting of the House of the National Assembly has been postponed once again as has been announced by Head of the Presidential Secretariat, Dr. Roger Luncheon,, who says that an agreement between the stakeholders has finally been reached.Dr. Luncheon says that the new dates agreed to for the Sitting of the National Assembly will be on Wednesday and Thursday of the new week.Wednesday has been set aside for the conducting of the business of the non-governmental parties in Parliament,, meaning the Combined Opposition.Dr. Luncheon was at the time speaking at his post-Cabinet press briefing held each week at Office of the President, and reminded that there are on the Order Paper for those sittings, a number of motions that had been filed some time ago and are yet to be debated in the House.The opposition motions, according to Dr. Luncheon, will be dealt with in the House this coming week.He explained that on the second day of the meeting of the National Assembly in the coming week,, government’s business will be addressed.“Importantly would be consideration of the resubmitted Financial Paper #7,, now labelled Financial Paper #9.”This issue,, Dr. Luncheon recalled, was a part of the original Financial Papers submitted as a Supplementary Appropriation from the Contingencies Fund, but had been voted down by the Combined Opposition earlier this year.As such the Contingencies Fund (akin to Govt. petty cash) is yet to be replenished to the tune of the money that had been voted down. This money however remains represented as expenditure for 2011 in the 2012 Budgetary Estimates.Dr. Luncheon reminded that the consideration had been urged by the Speaker of the House Raphael Trotman.Trotman,, at the time the provisions had been voted down by the Combined Opposition, had informed the Finance Minister Dr. Ashni Singh,, that at a later date they could be re-submitted for re-consideration.Dr. Luncheon calls next Thursday’s deliberations in the House an “acid test of the facility of Supplementary Provisions.”The Head of the Presidential Secretariat also reminded that up for consideration when the Government gets its turn to conduct business in the House would be the motion related to the Prime Minister and the Integrity Commission.Dr. Luncheon pointed to the resolve clause of that motion which speaks to “the call for the House to agree to have the submission of all of their reports of assets by serving Members of Parliament brought to the attention of the House.”The Cabinet Secretary explained that the intention is coercive and aims to have another mechanism in place to have MPs compliant with the laws, “in particularly with probity in public life.”Dr. Luncheon also hinted at a second motion by the governing party to be tabled in the House for debate to specifically address probity in public life and would be calling for disclosure of submissions made and evidence of tax compliance annually.Dr Luncheon says that the motion is looking to have evidence of compliance be provided to the Speaker of the House Trotman, on an annual basis. Wholesale Jerseys

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    The National Dance Company of Guyana has teamed up with the NZINGHA Performing Arts Company of The African Cultural and Development Association (ACDA) to bring to the Guyanese public “An evening of African Culture” at the National Cultural Centre Friday evening.This collaboration came about because both groups were scheduled to have individual concerts over the weekend and decided it was in the public’s interest to work together.The National School of Dance of Guyana is currently celebrating its 31st anniversary. It was officially instituted as a professional body of dancers on October 1, 1979. It has become Guyana’s premiere dance group.Although modern-based, the area of study includes cultural forms. The focus of the company is on promoting multiculturalism aimed at fostering appreciation and a more in depth knowledge of and pride in nationalism.The company has received numerous awards including the New York Guyana Folk Festival Award. 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    “Desire”, the second video from THE WINERY DOGS, the new project featuring Mike Portnoy (DREAM THEATER, AVENGED SEVENFOLD, ADRENALINE MOB), Billy Sheehan (MR. BIG) and Richie Kotzen (MR. BIG, POISON), can be seen below. The song comes off the band’s self-titled debut album,, which will be released in Japan on May 15 via Victor Entertainment. The CD was mixed by Jay Ruston, who has previously worked with ANTHRAX,, ADRENALINE MOB, STONE SOUR and STEEL PANTHER. Sheehan previously stated about the effort: “I’m really pleased with it. Richie sang his ass off and played amazingly unique stuff,, and, of course Mike annihilated on drums. [It’s a] really cool, unique record.”Regarding how THE WINERY DOGS got its name, Portnoy said: “It was Richie’s name. We had a list of about 50 names. I had about 10 that I preferred over THE WINERY DOGS, but you know, when you’re in a band, you have to give and take and choose your battles, and Richie really, really loved this band name. So,, you know, it was, like, ‘OK.’ A name is a name. If you feel that strongly about it,, then go for it. So that’s who we are.”THE WINERY DOGS will kick off its world tour by playing two shows in Japan this summer: July 16 in Osaka and July 17 in Tokyo. Dates for the rest of the world will be announced soon.”The Winery Dogs” track listing:CD:01. Elevate02. Desire03. We Are One04. I’m No Angel05. The Other Side06. You Saved Me07. Not Hopeless08. One More Time09. Damaged10. Six Feet Deeper11. Criminal12. The Dying13. RegretDVD (limited edition):01. Elevate02. Desire03. I’m No AngelAt the end of 2011, Portnoy and Sheehan tapped Kotzen to be the guitarist/vocalist of their new project following the departure of John Sykes (WHITESNAKE,, BLUE MURDER, THIN LIZZY).Although Portnoy and Sykes demoed a dozen or so songs at a Los Angeles studio in 2011, their vastly different work ethics and conflicting schedules were solely to blame for the dissolution of their collaboration. During an interview that aired on the July 13, 2012 edition of Eddie Trunk’s “Friday Night Rocks” radio show on New York’s Q104.3 FM, Portnoy said,, “I love John personally, and we get along great — he’s a sweetheart of a guy — but I need to keep moving. I can’t sit still and kind of wait to make an album over the next three years, I need to put things on the calendar and move forward and get them done, and John’s kind of just a ‘wait, wait, wait’ guy. Sadly, it kind of just stopped in its tracks, and Billy and I said, ‘Look, let’s do something.’ And you [Eddie] were the one, actually, that suggested Richie Kotzen and I thought it was a brilliant suggestion, because he’s an unbelievably underrated talent, not only [as] a guitar player but a phemonal singer,, and just an amazing songwriter and artist. I think people just kind of lump him, or write him off as the guy that was with POISON and MR. BIG. I think they have no idea what he’s really capable of.”When asked to describe the musical direction of the project, Portnoy said, “It’s a classic-rock kind of power-trio sound. If you picture the classic-rock bands of… the classic ones — [LED] ZEPPELIN, CREAM,, [JIMI] HENDRIX, GRAND FUNK [RAILROAD] — if you take that classic-rock power-trio sound of the early ’70s, and then you sprinkle it on top with some of the modern kind of sounds of SOUNDGARDEN and ALICE IN CHAINS or BLACK CROWES or LENNY KRAVITZ… It’s in that vein; it’s kind of a [mixture] of all of those bands. But on top of it all you’ve got the phenomenal playing that Richie and Billy do, and I could play a couple of things on the drums as well [chuckles], so… And all three of us are singing — Richie is the lead vocalist, obviously, but me and Billy are also singing.” “Desire” video: “Elevate” video: Graham Knott Jersey Wholesale USA Soccer Jerseys Alex Morgan Jersey Olivier Giroud Jersey nfl jerseys cheap cheap jerseys china

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    Rawle Samuels, the man accused of stabbing four-year-old Jamal Naranjan to death on Wednesday last,, yesterday made an appearance at the Christianburg Magistrate’s Court in front of presiding Magistrate Ann McLennanThe diminutive Samuels appeared briefly in the dock, before Magistrate McLennan adjourned the case to February 27. The man was neatly dressed,, with his locks shorn and a blank look on his face.Murder accused Rawle SamuelsAfter the adjournment, Neisha Naranjan, mother of the now deceased Jamal Naranjan who had been sitting in the courtroom,, ran out of the building sobbing.In the courtyard there was even more drama, as the relatives of both Samuels and Naranjan engaged in a fiery verbal battle,, as Samuels was whisked away by Police escort.During the heated exchange, a relative of Samuels was overheard shouting to Naranjan, “You know he de violent,, yet you bail he.” According to reports, the accused was last year charged with wounding a female with whom he shared a relationship. The man had reportedly broken the woman’s jaw with a hammer.Several residents who had turned up at the court to follow the proceedings, dispersed immediately after Samuels had exited the compound.The small community of Buck Hill on Wismar was last Wednesday rocked by the brutal murder of Jamal Naranjan a four–year-old Nursery School child, who was stabbed repeatedly about the body, allegedly by Samuels. The man had reportedly moments earlier raped a young female at the house where she resided with the child’s mother, Neisha Naranjan.It was reported that the child had just returned home from school, when he came under attack from the man, with whom his mother shared a relationship. That relationship was severed five days prior to the incident,, Kaieteur News understands.A woman who said she was going down the hill,, on the day of the incident shortly before the fatal stabbing, said she happened to look back and saw the man with a long knife in his hand chasing the young woman he had allegedly sexually assaulted.After he did not catch her, he snatched the little boy (Jamal) and hoisted him on his shoulder.The woman, who had in the meantime made her way to the Wismar Police Station,, later told media operatives that she had seen Samuels making ‘cuffing motions’, while the child’s legs were kicking in the air, as he lay on the ground.The child was later taken to the Linden Hospital Complex with multiple stab wounds, including one to his abdomen from where his intestines protruded. He later died at the institution.Irate residents in light of the incident condemned ranks at the Wismar Police Station, for the tardy manner with which they responded to reports of what was transpiring on Buck Hill,, even before the child was killed. The Wismar Police Station is a stone’s throw away, or less than ten-minute walk from where the incident occurredMany residents are of the view that the child’s life could have been saved, had the police acted promptly and diligently. Yovani Gallardo Orioles Jersey Chris Carpenter Cardinals Jersey Miguel Montero Cubs Jersey Madison Bumgarner Giants Jersey Curtis Granderson Mets Jersey Tony Sanchez Blue Jays Jersey Russell Wilson Rangers Jersey Travis Shaw Red Sox Jersey Munenori Kawasaki Cubs Jersey

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    The Chief Labour, Occupational Health and Safety Officer of the Ministry of Labour,, Charles Ogle, has saidFREDDIE KISSOONthat the recommendation that Mr. Frederick Kissoon be paid from May to August 2012 has no merit in law.“The (recommendation) has no merit in law since the University of Guyana honoured its obligation under the contracts by granting payment of three months’ salary in lieu of notice as provided for in the said contract.”The University of Guyana Senior Staff Association and the University of Guyana Workers’ Union had staged a protest over the manner in which the University had terminated the contracts granted to Kissoon and three other Lecturers. After a meeting with the University Council, the union opted to go to conciliation.The decision by the Chief Labour,, Occupational Health and Safety Officer represented the findings of the conciliation and was communicated to Dr. Patsy Francis, President of the University of Guyana Staff Association and copied to Bruce Haynes,, President of the University of Guyana Workers’ Union; Compton Bourne, Chancellor of the University of Guyana; Dr. Prem Misir, Pro Chancellor and Dr. Marlene Cox,, Vice Chancellor.The University of Guyana Staff Association had also called for a review of the manner in which the contracts were terminated. The arbitrator found that “it is the prerogative of the employer to continue to rehire workers after they would have attained the retirement age.”He added that as a consequence,, no trade union or other workers’ organisation can compel an employer to do so.“It should be noted that an employer has the right to terminate a contract of employment,, provided adequate notice is given or payment in lieu thereof.”When contacted,, Mr. Kissoon said that he last received a salary from the University in January. Payment of three months’ salary in lieu of termination,, he said,, was not made to him. Russell Martin Blue Jays Jersey Vince Coleman Cardinals Jersey Yadier Molina Cardinals Jersey Alan Trammell Orioles Jersey Dexter Fowler Cubs Jersey Chris Tillman Orioles Jersey Lou Brock Cardinals Jersey Hunter Pence Giants Jersey Brett Cecil Blue Jays Jersey

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    Yesterday Digicel presented a sizeable cheque to aid in the successful hosting of the hilarious show ‘Bashment Granny 2’ which comes to the local shores through the exploits of Synergy Promotions Marketing Executive,, Mark Xavier.Synergy Promotion is dubbing the Guyana show ‘The comedy spectacle for 2009’. Bashment Granny 2 is slated for August 14-16 at the National Cultural Centre.There were traffic jams in Jamaica when the second installment of the hilarious comedy opened there and promoters bringing the show to Guyana are hoping that that effect would trickle down here and translate into sold-out crowds at the National Cultural Centre.A stirring script from Garfield Reid and astute direction from Michael Nicholson has made Bashment Granny a hit among Guyanese who have picked up a copy from DVD vendors across the country. But now,, they get to see the follow up,, which Synergy Promotion promises is even more hilarious.The play has had hugely successful runs in North America,, England,, and across the Caribbean and the local promoters,, anticipating the success of the Guyana performances,, is also gunning for hold-over shows,, even though dates are tight at the moment. Kerry Wood Cubs Jersey Wade Boggs Red Sox Jersey Albert Pujols Cardinals Jersey Mitch Moreland Rangers Jersey Michael Wacha Cardinals Jersey Jason Heyward Cubs Jersey Jurickson Profar Rangers Jersey Roberto Osuna Blue Jays Jersey

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    Minister of Tourism, Catherine Hughes, has said that the government is advertising Guyana in cruise line magazines.The Minister made the announcement prior to boarding the cruise ship,Minister of Tourism Cathy Hughes presents a book on the Rupununi to Captain of the Minerva Neil Broomhall yesterday (GINA photo)Minerva, of the cruise line ‘Swan Hellenic’ which docked at the Guyana National Shipping Corporation’s Wharf, Georgetown, on Friday.Since cruise line magazines represent one way of showing off Guyana as a viable tourism destination,, Minister Hughes said that direct communication with several cruise lines is being made to secure a spot in the magazines and on the on the itinerary of the cruise lines.According to a Government Information Agency, (GINA) report, promotion of Guyanese working on cruise lines will be done through social media.Minister Hughes said that once the 2016 Budget allocation for the tourism sector is finalised, funding will be streamed into an international marketing programme. Here,, deliverables will be specifically packaged for the target market.In order to promote more tourism,, packaging Guyana will have to be done to cater for all the needs of potential visitors. This includes a plan whereby animals can be shown, traditional foods tasted, and cultures exchanged.The vessel, Minerva, is 135 meters long and weighs about 13,,000 tonnes. It brought 181 passengers. The ship’s Captain Neil Broomhall indicated that while this part of the world is not always on the map,, returning to Guyana as a tourist destination will definitely occur.The last visit of Minerva to Guyana was in March 2014 whenit came for three days. The vessel sails off at 20:30 hours today to Grenada as its next destination.Passengers were taken on tours around Georgetown and other areas of interest as time permitted. Wynne MacGregor, a passenger indicated she would like to “have a look around, see what the city has to offer.” The visitor was interested in seeing the Botanical Gardens and the seawalls.The Swan Hellenic cruise line has been in business for over 60 years. Facilitating beauty salon,, pools and a library,, which has approximately 50,,000 volumes in fiction and non- fiction,, Minerva caters for all its passengers’ needs. Jeurys Familia Mets Jersey Alejandro De Aza Mets Jersey Pablo Sandoval Red Sox Jersey Ron Santo Cubs Jersey Dwight Gooden Mets Jersey Adam Jones Orioles Jersey Mike Piazza Mets Jersey Anibal Sanchez Orioles Jersey Devon Travis Blue Jays Jersey

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    The fact that the People’s Progressive Party/ Civic (PPP/C) opposition walked out of the NationalMinister of Communities,, Ronald BulkanAssembly during the introduction and debate of the Local Authorities (Elections) (Amendment) Bill on Thursday evening had no bearing on its passage.The Bill was introduced, debated and passed nevertheless. All that is necessary to make it law is the President’s assent.As soon as the Minister of Communities,, Ronald Bulkan took the floor,, PPP/C members of Parliament (MP) walked out. The PPP/C took this action claiming that it was not given adequate time to prepare speeches for the debate of the Bill.In fact, the PPP/C,, before walking out, caused a debate over whether the Bill should have been debated that evening. But it being the minority in the National Assembly had no other choice but to go along with what the government wanted.The Local Authorities Bill seeks to amend the Municipal and District Council Act,, Chapter 28:01, to provide clarity regarding its application with respect to the new local government system.It also seeks to amend the Local Authorities (Elections) Act,, Chapter 28: 03, to ensure consistency in its application as obtains in the Municipal and District Councils Act.Bulkan told the National Assembly that contrary to the opposition’s contentions, the Bill is not “onerous” nor does it make it harder for smaller Parties and individuals to contest Local Government Elections.Further,, the Minister said that the Bill clarifies statements in the Local Authorities Act that contradict Chapter 28:03 of Guyana’s Constitution. “All this Bill does is seek to provide clarity,” said Bulkan.Bulkan stated that the Bill ensures the right to local democracy and is about “handing power to the people.”“What this Bill does is to invest in local democracy (which is) unheard of from those members on the other side of the House,,” said the Minister.Public Infrastructure Minister, David Patterson, concurred that the Bill does not in any way affect the rights of individuals in any constituency.He told the House, “The reason the opposition is absent has nothing to do with consultation or limited time,, it is a pattern.He said that from all indications, the opposition is just trying to frustrate efforts by the government to secure all Legislation needed to ensure the holding of Local Government Elections next year. The Bill was passed with no objection. (Abena Rockcliffe) Pedro Martinez Red Sox Jersey Marcus Stroman Blue Jays Jersey Bill Lee Red Sox Jersey Fred Lynn Red Sox Jersey Santiago Casilla Giants Jersey Ike Davis Rangers Jersey Mike Napoli Indians Jersey Jonathan Papelbon Nationals Jersey Roger Maris Cardinals Jersey

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    – says President could be failing duties “The Office of the President is cautioned not to provoke a constitutional crisis as there is no winner in such a scenario,, but rather,, to respect and recognise the reality, authority and legitimacy of the 10th Parliament.”-Speaker Raphael TrotmanAhead of Monday’s reconvening of Parliament after a recess, battle lines have been drawn with the House Speaker Raphael Trotman yesterday warning President Donald Ramotar that he could be in gross dereliction of his constitutional duty for not approving Bills that have been passed by the National Assembly.House Speaker, Raphael TrotmanRaphael Trotman’s sharp response came one day after Dr. Roger Luncheon, Head of the Presidential Secretariat, made it clear that Government was not happy with how the National Assembly is being run and that President Ramotar could very well not assent to any Bills passed by the National Assembly that do not find favour with the government.However, the Speaker,, a former leader of the opposition party,, Alliance For Change, who is now heading a House that for the first time in 20 years does not have a government majority, hit back saying that he will not be baited.This latest development would signal a growing divide between Government and the opposition which combined has a one-seat majority in the National Assembly.According to the Speaker,, in a statement from his office, the dignity of the National Assembly will be maintained and it will continue to function as the legislative arm of the State.Constitutional crisis“The Office of the President is cautioned not to provoke a constitutional crisis as there is no winner in such a scenario, but rather, to respect and recognise the reality, authority and legitimacy of the 10th Parliament.”Trotman, a lawyer, believed that there are obvious attempts to hinder the ability of the 10th Parliament to be successful.“The people expect that both the Office of the President and the National Assembly will put Guyana first and work together for unity and development.If the President chooses not to assent to Bills duly passed by a majority of the National Assembly of the Parliament of Guyana, without good and substantial reasons for doing so, then he can be considered to be in gross dereliction of his constitutional duty.”During his weekly press briefing on Thursday, Dr. Luncheon who is government’s chief spokesman complained that the Speaker was ignoring sound advice from experienced current and former parliamentarians, and recognised authoritative sources.The Cabinet Secretary complained specifically that Trotman seeming to be biased to the Parliamentary opposition…the AFC and A Partnership for National Unity (APNU).He made mention of a number of Bills… the President’s Pension, and the Financial Management and Accountability Act Amendment Bills, and the Clerk of the National Assembly Bill which the government has rejected and has discussed with the Speaker.“The administration has signalled its objection to these Bills and the adherence or really the lack of an adherence thereof to parliamentary norms and procedures, remains an area of great controversy,” Luncheon said Thursday.He stressed that the opposition’s resolve to impose its one-seat majority and its uncompromising stance will continue to present room for much discord.Head of the Presidential Secretariat, Dr. Roger LuncheonAccording to the Speaker, yesterday, the Guyana Constitution prescribes that Parliament of Guyana shall comprise the President and the National Assembly.“No one, including, the Head of the Presidential Secretariat, can ignore the constitutional standing of either institution. 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    With over 570,000 Guyanese eligible to vote at the upcoming General and Regional elections, Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) has expressed the belief that its voter education campaign has been a success thus far.As General and Regional elections inch closer, GECOM has upped its game in getting relevant information to the electorate and part of its campaign involves frequent advertisements being disseminated to the public.When contacted yesterday, GECOM Chairman Steve Surujbally said the body’s public awareness campaign was “going satisfactorily”.Surujbally said too,, that the adverts were disseminated to encourage Guyanese to be prepared to vote at the upcoming elections.Similarly, GECOM’s Public Relations Officer (PRO) Richard Francois emphasised the importance of the body’s voter education programme.“We have to make sure that people understand the system and how to use the system when the time comes,” Francois explained. “We hope the message resonates with the public,” he added.According to Francois,, there are over a dozen adverts coming from GECOM for this election season. These adverts,, he said, are transmitted on television and on radio while other messages are placed within the print media.He said too,, that GECOM has also been distributing flyers and using megaphones to get its messages out to the public as part of its “aggressive” campaign. Billboards have also been erected though no door-to-door campaigning is ongoing,, Francois said.Francois added that the campaign began a few weeks ago and has been progressively intensifying.Meanwhile, Francois indicated that few of the questions reaching GECOM deals with the Official List of Electors (OLE).“We haven’t heard questions really on lists and so forth,,” he said. Instead, he said, most of the questions focus on the availability of jobs at polling stations.“So the programme does seem to be working,,” Francois added.Since the launch of GECOM’s voter education campaign, the organisation’s commercials can be frequently seen on a number of television stations. The adverts touch on a number of elections related topics including,, elections day procedure, the rights and responsibilities of voters, and the importance of exercising the democratic right to vote.The television adverts also include a sign language component.Surujbally further said that GECOM recently opened a Facebook page as part of its campaign. The body also has an ongoing series in local newspapers known as “Elections Corner”.Last month, the People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) had urged GECOM to commence a voter education programme. The party’s General Secretary,, Clement Rohee had said that GECOM must do this to sensitize voters about elections day procedures as well as the rights of voters at polling places. Wholesale MLB Jerseys Houston Rockets Jerseys China NBA Jerseys China Denver Broncos Jerseys China Wholesale China NFL Jerseys Wholesale Seattle Seahawks Jerseys Wholesale Los Angeles Kings Jerseys Wholesale Authentic NFL Jerseys Wholesale Authentic China Jerseys

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    The Government, through Minister of Natural Resources, Raphael Trotman, last Thursday signed a Petroleum Prospecting Licence and Production Sharing Agreement with the joint venture team of Tullow Guyana B.V. and Eco (Atlantic) Guyana Inc. for a small concession of 1801sq. km, called the Orinduik Block,, just offshore Guyana.John McKenna of Tullow Oil signs the agreement as Minister of Natural Resources, Raphael Trotman (centre), British High Commissioner to Guyana, Greg Quinn (left) and Newell Dennison, acting Commissioner, GGMC (standing) look on.The concession is reportedly close to that of ExxonMobil, which recently announced that it has discovered oil.The agreement,, according to the Ministry of the Presidency yesterday,, is a 10-year licence, with a work programme involving a geological and geophysical evaluation which will inform a 3D seismic acquisition.John McKenna, Exploration and Business Unit Manager, South America and Colin Kinley,, Eco’s Chief Operating Officer,, signed respectively for Tullow and Eco.British High Commissioner to Guyana, Greg Quinn, also attended the simple signing ceremony that marked the continuation of a longstanding partnership with Tullow and the Government of Guyana.Tullow is a prominent company from the United Kingdom, with operations in Africa,, and is currently in another joint venture with Repsol Exploracion Guyana Inc. in the adjacent Kanuku Block. Eco Atlantic is a junior independent company with Canadian origins.Eco Atlantic in a separate statement said that it will hold a 40 percent working interest in the block and Tullow, as operator, will hold the remaining 60 percent. Tullow will reimburse Eco Atlantic for part of its costs in relation to the application of the Block licence and will partially carry Eco Guyana for the future 3D programme.The location of the Orinduik Block.In total, the licence term of the Exploration Period is for 10 years. The decision to drill and to complete the first exploration well must occur within the first renewal period in years five and six.The block, Eco Atlantic said,, is located in the Suriname-Guyana basin in shallow waters,, and is located close to Exxon Mobil Corporation’s recently announced “Liza” discovery (the “Exxon Discovery”). Exxon Mobil announced in May 2015 that the Exxon discovery well encountered more than 90 metres of high-quality oil-bearing sandstone reservoirs. The well reportedly holds the equivalent of more than 700 million barrels of oil.Colin Kinley, COO and Director of Eco Atlantic commented:“We very much appreciate the award of the Orinduik Block licence by the Government of Guyana and the signing of the Petroleum Agreement. We have worked diligently for the last 18 months on this initiative and are very encouraged by the Liza discovery at Exxon’s Stabroek block, located only a few kilometres away.Tullow has been very active regionally for a number of years and has had good success in developing a proven model of the basin. Tullow, a leader in this type of frontier basin development, is our good partner in Namibia as well as our neighbour in Ghana. We are both advanced in our understanding of the Block,, share a common objective and we are pleased to have them as the operating partners in Guyana.”Despite a 13-year low world price for oil now, Guyana badly wants oil, as it is currently spending billions to import to meet energy needs, including power and transportation. NHL Jerseys China MLB Jerseys China Wholesale Los Angeles Kings Jerseys Wholesale Cincinnati Reds Jerseys Wholesale NHL Jerseys Seattle Seahawks Jerseys China Wholesale Authentic NFL Jerseys NBA Jerseys China Wholesale Houston Rockets Jerseys

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    – still peeved at operations of Teaching Service CommissionThe long proposed housing revolving fund for public school teachers is yet to materialise.A placard-bearing Coretta McDonald, in the company of other GTU members yesterday, has not confidence in the Teaching Service Commission.The Guyana Teachers’ Union (GTU) is however desperately advocating for it to become a reality.This was one of the issues brought to the attention of Minister of State, Joseph Harmon, when executive members of the Union met with him last week.GTU General Secretary, Coretta McDonald, yesterday said that the Union last week met with the Minister at the Ministry of the Presidency to discuss a number of issues on behalf of the teachers it represents. In addition to the revolving fund, the issues of the payment of debunching monies and duty free concessions were discussed.These issues,, which were incorporated in a multi-year agreement between the Union and the Ministry of Education under the previous regime, are of concern to the Union since they were not honoured. The agreement came to an end last December.Speaking of the duty free concession, McDonald said,, “Within that agreement we would have had about 148 head teachers and deputy head teachers who had not received approval for their concessions. We had to get that sorted out with Mr. Harmon because he is the person responsible for approving duty free concessions.”The outcome of the meeting was favourable, McDonald reported. She however said that Harmon noted that there isn’t much that Government can do to fast track the implementation of the revolving fund project.McDonald in explaining the project,, yesterday, said that it is one that saw monies being collected each year from Government in order to disperse to 20 teachers, $2 million each, annually. This would have amounted to $40 million being dispersed per year and was intended to serve as a form of assistance to teachers to build their own homes.The GTU President lamented yesterday that “this project is not yet off of the ground. We have not been able to get a financial agency,, one of the commercial banks, to carry through with it for us.”This is due to the fact, McDonald said, that attempts were made to ask teachers to pay interest on the $2 million offered. “We are saying that we cannot accept that because rather than our teachers taking $2 million and having to pay interest as if they were taking $10 million we might as well send them to take a $10 million loan…” McDonald pointed out.“On that issue Minister Harmon said he couldn’t decide which agency we should use. He said what we should do is try to seek out other agencies to see if they are willing to take the project on,” said McDonald who disclosed that the Union was anticipating the support of the Ministry of Finance.But according to Harmon, McDonald said,, “The Ministry of Finance is having its own issues so it couldn’t take on the project. As it is right now the money is in the bank and we are just waiting for an agency which will be willing to roll out this project.”The Union is however hopeful that it could eventually solicit the involvement of Coop Societies to help bring the project to fruition.Since assuming the presidency last year,, the Union had met with President Granger to share some of its concerns including the aforementioned. But according to McDonald yesterday the Union is concerned that Government is not moving fast enough in the interest of public school teachers.Among the concerns of the Union, too,, is that of the operations of the Teaching Service Commission (TSC). 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    President Donald Ramotar has called a meeting with foreign nationals living and working in Guyana. The meeting is scheduled for April 15 at the International Conference Centre, East Coast Demerara.In particular, all Chinese,, Brazilian,, Indian and African nationals living and working in Guyana,, including those with naturalized status,, have been invited to the meeting.The notice,, published in government media,, did not say what the specific purpose of the meeting is,, but said it is “to discuss matters of interest to the Government of Guyana and all foreign nationals resident in Guyana”. Blackhawks #72 Artemi Panarin Black Stitched NHL Jersey Nike Broncos #6 Mark Sanchez Blue Alternate Womens Stitched NFL New Elite Jersey Wholesale NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Nike Dolphins #94 Mario Williams Green Womens Stitched NFL Limited Salute to Service Jersey Wholesale Los Angeles Lakers Jerseys Flyers #53 Shayne Gostisbehere Orange Stitched NHL Jersey


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    – Regional Chairman As Lindeners settle down to some form of normalcy, Regional Chairman Sharma Solomon has committed that they will have the benefit of a significant amount of social workers within the community to deal with persons, especially children, who were traumatized by the past month’s events.According to Solomon,, who made the disclosure on Saturday at a rally in Linden, “Social Workers would invade the community.” Solomon further stated that this move is one of the new initiates the Regional Administration is taking to help rebuild the community.“We want to do this to build Linden…we need to ensure our children have a better community,” Solomon told Lindeners.He also noted that the Minister of Education Priya Manickchand has informed him that placement of students of the burnt out One Mile Primary School, in other learning institutions in Linden has already been done.Regional Chairman Sharma SolomonSolomon urged Lindeners to stay vigilant and resolute,, adding that their struggle is “rooted in favour.” The Regional Chairman also added that a memorial site will be built a short distance from where Shemroy Bouyea,, Ron Somerset and Allan Lewis were killed on July 18,, last.The three men were killed when police opened fire on demonstrators on the first day of protest over the arbitrary increase in electricity tariffs by the government.Meanwhile,, the Joint Services Coordinating Council advised yesterday in a press release that all access to the interior through the Linden community have now been re-established.According to the release, it must be noted that, in the very short term,, Joint Services personnel will continue to man the main thoroughfare through the Linden Township. Joint Services said that personnel will continue to engage their tasks in the most professional manner in keeping with the Laws of Guyana.Scores of Lindeners turned out on Saturday to commemorate one month since the police slaying of Shemroy Bouyea, Ron Somerset and Allan Lewis.The event passed with a peaceful march throughout the streets to the Mackenzie/Wismar Bridge where a public rally was held.The rally commenced with prayers and worship, led by Pastor Selwyn Sills, and later,, residents were addressed by several speakers including Leader of the Opposition David Granger, Dr. Rupert Roopnaraine, Regional Chairman Sharma Solomon and Vanessa Kissoon, among others. Dr. David Hinds and Lincoln Lewis were some of the other key figures present. Wholesale Los Angeles Lakers Jerseys Manchester United #39 Rashford White Away Soccer Club Jersey Wholesale Baltimore Orioles Jerseys Wholesale Houston Astros Jerseys Wholesale Miami Dolphins Jerseys Blackhawks #72 Artemi Panarin Black Stitched NHL Jersey Nike Texans #17 Brock Osweiler White Womens Stitched NFL Elite Jersey


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    Ranks of a police mobile patrol recovered an unlicensed .32 Taurus pistol with two live rounds that bandits,, who had earlier robbed Amin’s Esso at Regent and King Streets on Sunday night, managed to throw away.The bandits also managed to escape the patrol unit which had come up on the scene shortly after the robbery.This was the second attack on the fuel station within two weeks.According to reports,, at about 22:10 hours,, two bandits,, one of whom was armed with the weapon, entered the supermarket section of the facility and held cashier Ualdien Fraser at gunpoint. They then proceeded to relieve her of $5,,000 and her cell phone.During the incident,, security guard Lennox Batson, who was by the door leading to the supermarket, was struck on his head with the firearm.Kaieteur News understands that as the perpetrators were leaving the gas station,, ranks of a mobile police patrol were passing in the vicinity. Upon seeing them, the two men escaped along King Street, throwing away the firearm in the process.A subsequent search of the area unearthed the weapon.No one has been arrested so far but investigations are continuing. Capitals #92 Evgeny Kuznetsov Black 2016 All Star Stitched NHL Jersey Flyers #53 Shayne Gostisbehere Orange Stitched NHL Jersey Wildcats #4 Rajon Rondo Blue Basketball Stitched NCAA Jersey Wholesale Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Wholesale Cincinnati Bengals Jerseys

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    …irregular meetings, lack of accountability cited The Port Kaituma, Arakaka, Matthews Ridge Neighbourhood Democratic Council (NDC) has been dissolved and an Interim Management Committee (IMC) comprising 13 members took the oath of Office before Region One Chairman Paul Pierre on Sunday,, last, at the Port Kaituma NDC Office.The IMC, according to a government statement, emanated from a recommendation by a Commission of Enquiry requested by the residents of the Port Kaituma,, Matthews Ridge and Arakaka NDCs. The enquiry was conducted and completed on March 15 and was submitted to the Ministry of Local Government and Regional Development with the recommendation for an IMC to be installed in that sub-district.Minister of Local Government and Regional Development, Ganga Persaud,, Permanent Secretary Collin Croal, along with other Regional Officials who visited that sub-district on March 23 to 26, were present at the swearing in.One of the reasons outlined in the request for the Commission of Enquiry was the irregularity with which meetings were held and the lack of accountability at the NDC level.Minister Persaud expressed gratitude on behalf of the Government,, the Ministry and the NDC to the remaining members of the Matarkai NDC.He explained that in 1997, Local Government elections were postponed, since the general and regional elections took precedence. However, after 1997, the leading parties in Guyana signed onto the CARICOM Act, which stipulated that when next local government elections are held it should be under a different electoral system and not according to the previous pattern of every three years.He noted that with the dissolution of the NDC there are now vacancies at the level of Chair, Vice-Chair and Councillors but not for overseer or other staff,, since those are not affected. Therefore, all assets and liabilities of the NDC are now owned by the Ministry, the Minister said.The IMC members named are Kishore Etwaroo – Chairman, John James – Vice Chairman, Wesley Alberts,, Norman Robinson, Jennifer Calistro and Celestine Joseph,, Shondel St. Just, Esperio Hardoner, Emmanuel Henry, Ignatius Charles, Wayne Holder, Wilma Dass and Simone Benjamin.Minister Persaud said that another discussion will be held for an explanation of the roles of the IMC membership and formal training will be conducted shortly.The Minister also disclosed that a $3M subvention is available but there must be a programme to show how the money will be spent before it is released. Other issues such as garbage collection and revenue collection and deposits were discussed. Wholesale Baltimore Orioles Jerseys Manchester United #39 Rashford White Away Soccer Club Jersey Wholesale Miami Dolphins Jerseys Wholesale Los Angeles Lakers Jerseys Nike Texans #17 Brock Osweiler White Womens Stitched NFL Elite Jersey Cheap NFL Jerseys Flyers #53 Shayne Gostisbehere Orange Stitched NHL Jersey


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    Lethem,, in the south of Guyana,, recorded its first road fatality for the year when 67-year old Malcolm Goodrich was struck down by a speeding car on the access road to the international crossing on Friday afternoon.Goodrich died on his way to the Lethem Hospital around 16:00 hours,, without regaining consciousness.Goodrich, a food vendor and a Guyanese who is originally from the Essequibo Coast,, and who now resides in Bon Fin, Brazil, travelled across the border everyday to ply his trade.According to reports,, he was riding his bicycle heading back to Brazil when he was hit by the car which was being driven by a woman.Goodrich’s wife Cleopathra Davis stands at the spot where her husband’s lifeless body landed after he was struck by the car.Eyewitnesses said that the driver of the car,, a prominent Lethem businesswoman, who had overtaken another vehicle,, lost control and slammed into Goodrich who was proceeding in the opposite direction.So severe was the impact that Goodrich and his bicycle were hurled into the air before landing several yards away.The driver of the car was detained but was released along with her vehicle less than 24 hours after the accident. Wildcats #4 Rajon Rondo Blue Basketball Stitched NCAA Jersey Wholesale Los Angeles Lakers Jerseys Capitals #92 Evgeny Kuznetsov Black 2016 All Star Stitched NHL Jersey Wholesale Miami Dolphins Jerseys Flyers #53 Shayne Gostisbehere Orange Stitched NHL Jersey Wholesale NFL Jerseys Wholesale Baltimore Orioles Jerseys

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    It has been almost two months and health officials have been unable to determine the causative agent of the death of about six residents of Region One. The most recent death was reported yesterday morning.Reports are that Riley Edwards,, also known as GM, died while undergoing treatment at Barama Mouth for an ailment which has been dubbed a ‘mystery illness.’Kaieteur News was informed that Edwards,, said to be in his 20s,, and a resident of Kariakou had suffered from diarrhoea, vomiting and cramps, symptoms that have become synonymous with the peculiar illness.Within the past week, two deaths, those of Joe Harrison and Betty Daniels, were recorded as a result of the illness.The Region One communities of Kariakou and Port Kaituma,, have been impacted by the situation which has for more than a month plagued residents.Reports are that Betty Daniels, said to be in her 40s, last Wednesday,, one day after a medical team left the area, met her demise in a similar manner to Joe Harrison. Both were reportedly residents of Kariakou.According to a resident of the community, the situation is becoming even more frustrating as health officials seem unable to determine what is responsible for the illness or even establish how persons are becoming infected.The resident said that it is also disturbing that every time a medical team leaves the area another life is snuffed out by the illness. Residents are of the belief that the health workers stationed in the community are not capable of warding off the illness without the assistance of visiting medical teams that are from time to time dispatched to the area.As a result, it was noted that enough is not being done by the Health Ministry to deal with the problem, given the fact that persons have died.Last week Friday this newspaper was informed that at least four more persons were experiencing the symptoms of the illness. Two have since died.Efforts to contact Chief Medical Officer, Dr Shamdeo Persaud, were unsuccessful yesterday. This newspaper had learnt that following the death of Daniels on Wednesday,, the CMO had travelled to Region One. However, it has not been ascertained whether he has since returned to the city.Dr Persaud had last week travelled to the Region to garner necessary samples of blood, stool and water for testing. The samples according to him were taken to the National Public Health Reference Laboratory. However, when this newspaper spoke with the CMO on Monday he was not in possession of information to ascertain the result of the samples.Last evening this newspaper contacted Director of the Laboratory,, Dr Colin Roach, to inquire about the results of the samples brought from Region One. However, Dr Roach related that he had only yesterday returned to this jurisdiction and may not be able to pronounce on the samples until Monday.During his visit to the Region last week, Dr Persaud had led a medical team to the Port Kaituma community,, while Dr Julian Amsterdam and another team had ventured to Kariakou.As part of the measures to address the illness,, Dr Persaud had disclosed that the Health Ministry was forced to review the protocol customarily engaged by the health workers in the affected communities.He disclosed that the move to review the medical operation within the region was crucial as the health workers there were not accustomed to managing symptoms at the level that characterises the mystery ailment. Cheap NFL Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys

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    The Mangroves Reserves Women’s Group is now equipped with the requisite tools worth $1.5M to transform their agro-processing operations from manual to mechanical. The equipment were donated by the Agriculture Ministry.At the handing over ceremony held yesterday at the Mangroves Visitors Centre,, East Coast Demerara,, Agriculture Minister,, Dr. Leslie Ramsammy pledged to continue supporting the group with technical support and additional equipment since cottage industries are an integral part of food production in Guyana.Members of the Mangrove Reserves Women’s Group and newly acquired equipmentHe added that through the Rural Enterprise Agriculture Development Programme the Ministry will see the growth of cottage industries. The programme encourages agro-producers to cultivate different crops and add value to them through packaging for local and international sales.However,, the Ministry is cognizant of the numerous challenges agro-producers encounter such as accessing appropriate packages. Dr. Ramsammy stated the Ministry cannot take on the responsibility of investing in bottles but it will act as a link between agro-producers and manufacturing industries.He also committed that Government will support the group even after the mangrove project comes to an end in 2013.According to Annette Arjoon-Martins,, Chairperson,, Mangroves Restoration Action Committee,, the equipment will enhance the group’s production to meet larger orders which were previously being done manually.She said that during the Christmas season the group earned over $2M through generous orders by Digicel and CGX. The gift baskets comprised items produced manually by the women. As the Mangroves Reserves label becomes popular on the market the group will have to increase their production.Arjoon-Martins said that the handing over ceremony and the first beekeeping workshop for 2012 were strategically done since to some extent beekeeping saw the creation of the group.She related that preliminary meetings were initiated in 2010 with active beekeepers that produce honey in mangrove forested areas along the coastline to discuss partnerships with the mangrove project.Some of their recommendations were that they receive support from the project to package and market their product in exchange for which they will support the awareness and education at the community level.Arjoon-Martins said that one component of the beekeeping training also dealt with value added products such as candles made from the beeswax.Devon Gilhead,, beekeeper,, has exceeded the wildest expectations of the project as within a few months he has commenced production of the most exquisite candles produced from the beeswax of the mangrove honey.A spin off of the beekeeping component was the mangrove honey producers forming themselves into agro processing units in order to supply the Mangrove Visitors Centre with their products which are produced by women farmers in the mangrove forested communities. Jeff Beukeboom Rangers Jersey Tom Barrasso Penguins Jersey Jason Garrison Lightning Jersey Jeff Zatkoff Penguins Jersey Nicklas Lidstrom Red Wings Jersey Stanley Cup Canadiens Jersey Teemu Pulkkinen Red Wings Jersey Dale Weise Canadiens Jersey Tie Domi Rangers Jersey

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    Police on Sunday at Linden arrested wanted man Khemraj “Rattie” Fredricks,, minutes after he was discharged from the Mackenzie Hospital with a gunshot wound to the thigh.The police said that Fredericks called ‘Rattie’,, 32, of Nottinghamshire,, Mackenzie,, was washing his motor vehicle on his premises at around 19:00hrs yesterday when it is reported that he was shot to his right thigh.The police say that Fredericks has been taken into custody as pending investigations into a drug-related matter.Fredericks is said to be wanted in connection with the November,, 2013 incident in which police seized several rounds of AK_47 ammunition during a raid at marijuana farm at 15 Miles, Ituni.Police had stated that individuals on the marijuana farm had shot at them and they were forced to return fire.A police release stated that the ranks destroyed ten fields comprising about 5,,000 cannabis sativa plants, ranging in height from one foot and seven feet. Three camps were also unearthed during the raids.Four men were arrested and 271 rounds of 7.62 x 39 ammunition, three AK47 rifle magazines and a telescopic night vision lens were recovered.The ranks also detained four suspects, including an ex-policeman, but two other men managed to escape on motorcycles.Kaieteur News was told that the ranks found sophisticated irrigating systems, which included pipes and sprinklers,, on the farm. At the time,, police were said to be looking for a Lindener known as ‘Rattie’, who is believed to be the gang’s ringleader.According to police sources,, one of the detained men told investigators that the alleged ringleader supplied them with firearms. NFL Jerseys China NFL Jerseys Cheap Cheap NFL Jerseys

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    A 19-year-old gold miner plunged to his death at around 14:00 hrs on Saturday while attempting to bathe in an abandoned mining pit in Mahdia.Police said that Rawle Baird,, of Albouystown and two friends were in St. Elizabeth Backdam,, located at Mahdia,, when they decided to bathe in a flooded and abandoned gold mining pit.Baird reportedly plunged in first and his friends became alarmed when he failed to surface.After entering the pit and failing to locate him,, the friends returned to their camp and informed the camp manager and their co-workers.The friends,, along with the other men,, resumed their search and after several hours,, eventually located Baird’s body.The dead teen’s remains have since been transported to Georgetown. Cheap NFL Jerseys NFL Jerseys China

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    President David Granger on Friday evening,, told the senior officials gathered at the Guyana Police Force’s (GPF) Inspectors and Sergeants dinner at the Marriott hotel, that Guyana will once again become a safe and securePresident Granger is greeted by some of the senior officers including Crime Chief,, Wendell Blanhum, upon his arrival at the Marriott hotel on for the children of Guyana,, once they remain dedicated and committed to the country and its citizens.The President said that the government,, through the weekly National Security Committee meetings,, has been putting plans in train and taking decisions, which will see not only improvements in the country but will also result in better conditions for the serving men and women.“My being here is a reflection of my commitment to the Guyana Police Force. You are the middle belt and the force has been undergoing a tremendous amount of change and of course, criticisms.“I am, however, convinced that the path that you are on, the work that you do,, the commitment that you display,, will eventually make Guyana a more secure place for our children to live. I know there are difficulties but we have set some institutions in place. We meet every week to ensure that we put every ounce of effort into policing in this country. We are trying to bring the police force up to strength… We want to ensure that you all have theSome of the attendees at the Guyana Police Force’s Inspectors and Sergeants dinner at Marriott on Friday.conditions,, that you have the resources to enable you to do your job,” the President said.He expressed thanks for the work done during the past year,, noting that he hopes 2017 brings more success for the Force. Justin Abdelkader Red Wings Jersey Sidney Crosby Penguins Jersey Nicklas Lidstrom Red Wings Jersey Bob Gainey Canadiens Jersey Jason Garrison Lightning Jersey Shea Weber Canadiens Jersey David Desharnais Canadiens Jersey Ben Bishop Lightning Jersey Terry Sawchuk Red Wings Jersey

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    By Leonard GildarieA $220M credit programme targeting small farmers countrywide was launched yesterday as Government unveiled plans to revamp an industry even further with more training and financing.Almost $180M of the fund which is a collaborative effort between Guyana and the United Nations International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) will be given out in grants to groups involved in the production of plantains, pumpkins, peppers, pineapples, tubers, small ruminants and swine.Farmers and others yesterday at the Regency Hotel at the launching of a $220M credit facility for small farmers.However,, the fund, to be disbursed under strict loan-like conditions by the Institute of Private Enterprise Development (IPED), will only work with farmers who have banded into groups in Regions Two, Three, Four,, Five Six and Ten.Financing, studies have shown, remained one of the major hurdles for agricultural development in Guyana with local banks shying away from an industry plagued with uncertainties. A prohibitive high interest rate remained another major turnoff.During the launching at Regency Hotel,, Hadfield Street, which saw scores of farmers turning up, Minister of Agriculture, Robert Persaud, disclosed that the programme is part of the larger one to strengthen the industry.Later this year, Government will be rolling out a similar programme to target medium scale farmers involved in the non-traditional agricultural sector. Other programmes are coming to focus on the hinterland regions.TariffsHighlighting the growing importance of agriculture in the region, Persaud warned that financing remained a major problem for especially small farmers globally with a demand of up to $100B annually required for the industry.However, financial institutions and other agencies only managed to come up with a depressingly low $2B.Regionally,, with the food import bill at a staggering, undesired $4B,, there seems to be little progress to do something about the situation. While food imports are ridiculously easy, authorities in some member countries of CARICOM are slow to remove the burdensome non-tariff barriers or taxes that are stymieing exports to neighbouring countries.On the other hand, Guyana seems to be one of the few countries taking steps to move in a food security and food sovereignty direction.But local farmers, if they want to compete, will have to change their tactics and adjust their operations to meet the demands of the 21st century with new technologies, training and a professional approach to managing part of the mandate.According to Minister Persaud, there is not a problem of land in Guyana. There is an estimated 300,000 acres on the coastlands and another two million acres in the Rupununi area, without fear that the country’s forests will be encroached on.Genetic improvementsHe made reference to the defunct Guyana Agricultural and Industrial Development Bank (GAIBANK) which was established to lend to the farming community of Guyana but the funds were misused, forcing the institution to now close.Pointing out that Government overtime had sought to find financing through different programmes for farmers,, Persaud said these include the $1.6B European Union rice project that was managed by the Guyana Bank For Trade and Industry,The official urged for farmers to continue exploring ways to get involved in cooperatives and groups as it would strengthen their possibilities in competing both locally and internationally. Later this year, Government will be rolling out more support programmes including $260M on genetic improvements for small animals.The credit facility is part of the US$6.9M Rural Enterprise and Agricultural Development project (READ) launched a year ago and expected to conclude in 2014.READ specialist,, Khemraj Tulsie, yesterday explained that already several groups in the designated regions have been benefitting from the project and can now apply for funding. In addition to improving organisational functioning, farmers’ groups will be given help to build their capacity and for specialised training.Almost $40M of the fund will be available in a loan format, should the group need to boost their capital, he said.Low interest rateIPED’s Chief Executive Officer, Ramesh Persaud, acknowledged the difficulty financial institutions face in an industry besieged by many uncertainties. 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    The torch of command for the coast guard was passed from Commander Godfrey George to Commander Gary Beaton at a simple ceremony at the Coast Guard headquarters in Ruimveldt yesterday.Commander Godfrey George served the Guyana Defence Force (GDF) for 33-plus years while the new Commander who took the helm of the Coast Guard has been serving the GDF 25-plus years to date.A parade march was staged for the outgoing and incoming commanders.The outgoing commander,, Godfrey George,, said that he commenced command of his unit in 1999 and recalled the design of the new Coast Guard Base in Ruimveldt by a great thinker,, the late Commander Harry Hinds.Commander George disclosed that the Coast Guard has tremendous potential and the new commanding officer must employ the required measures to propel the unit to the next level, since the foundation inherited is a solid one.The outgoing commander thanked his family members for supporting him, especially his father, who stood by his side from the beginning. And he expressed gratitude to his fellow officers.He asked that officers upgrade their performance and those who feel that they cannot do so must do the honourable thing and remove themselves from the Coast Guard.The new commander,, Gary Beaton,, thanked his family and friends for being a part of the exciting moment with him as he takes the mantle of the Coast Guard.Commander Gary Beaton said that to command is always a privilege and he is grateful for the vote of confidence by the Chief of Staff.Beaton revealed that he is a straight forward and clear spoken individual, “and some of the values I hold close to my heart are integrity, honesty,, courage, fair-play,, and team spirit. I am big on results and as a result I set extreme high standards for myself as well as those who I work with,, and I believe one can have all the best intentions in the world but unless they are executed they are for naught.”He added that personal development is very important and persons should seek to do such,, since everyone should be empowered in their position to excel.Beaton said that he manages by asking questions given that he is not a “yes person” since discipline is a major factor in everything. Mike Gartner Capitals Jersey Valtteri Filppula Lightning Jersey Maurice Richard Canadiens Jersey Matt Niskanen Capitals Jersey Dominic Moore Rangers Jersey Brooks Laich Capitals Jersey Mats Naslund Canadiens Jersey Vladimir Konstantinov Red Wings Jersey Derek Stepan Rangers Jersey

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    By Michael JordanThe Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has recommended disciplinary action against several ranks from the Leonora Police Station in connection with the November 2014 beating to death of fisherman Asif Rahim Khartoon.Asif Rahim KhartoonA senior police official confirmed this yesterday while saying that the disciplinary action has been recommended for “a number of subordinate officers and constables.”Asked whether the disciplinary action could include charges,, the official said that the Police Act (Chapter 17:01) allows for such a measure.This is in sharp contrast to Chairman of the Police Complaints Authority Cecil Kennard’s recommendation, that manslaughter charges be instituted against a civilian who had allegedly beaten Khartoon.This reportedly happened while the two were handcuffed at the Leonora Police Station.Kennard had told Kaieteur News that there was “clear evidence” that the prisoner “was the assailant.”“I recommended that he (alone) be charged with manslaughter,” Kennard told Kaieteur News.But Kennard had also recommended that no charges be instituted against the police ranks who arrested the fisherman, since Khartoon’s wife was unable to identify the rank that she claimed assaulted him.“In my view,, if the policeman (who allegedly struck Khartoon) was identified, both the policeman and the civilian should be charged,, but the policeman was not identified,” Kennard said.However, the Police Complaints Authority Chairman had stressed that the DPP’s decision was final.Kennard made the recommendations before sending the file to Crime Chief Leslie James on December 23, 2014. That document was subsequently sent to the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) on January 7.Kaieteur News was unable to ascertain whether the DPP’s report contained any information about the prisoner who allegedly assaulted Khartoon.Police have been unable to locate the civilian.Kaieteur News understands that the civilian was arrested on November 22, 2014, after he allegedly paid a West Coast Demerara restaurant owner with counterfeit money.He was taken to the Leonora Police Station and handcuffed to Khartoon, who was detained on the same day. But the restaurant owner reportedly then told the police that he was unwilling to pursue the matter, and the civilian was subsequently released on cash bail.It was reportedly only after Khartoon succumbed, and allegations of assault were leveled against the police, that the restaurant owner and one of his female employees claimed that they had seen the civilian beating Khartoon while the two were handcuffed together.However,, police were unable to locate the civilian at the address that he had given them. There are suggestions that the man went into hiding after learning of Khartoon’s demise.But the fisherman’s wife, Soorsattie Chandrapaul, alleged that she saw a police rank strike her husband on the back with “a long gun” after arresting him at his home. However, the widow said that the arrest occurred at night and she was unable to identify the police rank. She said she refused to participate in an identification parade on the grounds that she could not pick out the policeman.In the report sent to Justice Kennard,, Khartoon’s wife allegedly stated that she heard her husband saying “police ah beat me”, and described the rank as being a “short, stocky man”.Khartoon, 38,, of Meten-Meer-Zorg, West Coast Demerara, died on November 27, 2014, from injuries he sustained while in custody at the Leonora Police Station. A post mortem examination revealed that he died from multiple injuries to his head, face,, chest and other parts of the body. 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Like they’re here and we’re catering to their every need,” he said.Robertson went on to say that, to make his restaurant as authentic as possible, he has hired a Jamaican chef to prepare the best of the Caribbean island’s delicacies. But, aside from the chef, Robertson admitted that he too had some experience with things Jamaican.“Me myself, I have been around Jamaicans for quite some time. I have some kids with a Jamaican woman and we lived together for several years, so I’m quite familiar with their cuisine,,” he said. He continued, “I know there are some similarities in the way they cook and the way we cook, so that makes the transition an easy crossover, but still something different for Guyanese. We can now say we’re going to try some oxtail or something different.”CONSISTENCY IN TASTEFurthermore, Robertson emphasised that providing consistently good food would be one of the main aims of his new restaurant. He believes “people have the propensity to eat with their eyes” and added that when you deliver the taste with the appealing look,, things will work out.Rocko’s Jamaican CuisineA sneak peek in Rocko’s“And that is my intention; that when people come to the restaurant they get proper food, it tastes well, and they come back and the same taste is there again. I want to have a consistency in taste so that no matter when you come in it tastes the same amazing way. We want to continue to do that, but also try to do better all the time.”Of course, he said, the views of patrons are important.“We’ll be looking forward to people giving their views on the food and the experience they got when they go to Rocko’s. Our suggestion box will always be open and we’re looking for that kind of friendly,, open environment where we can meet the people and give them what they want.”A NICE, WARMING ENVIRONMENTSo, what can the Guyanese public expect come Wednesday?For one, Robertson has promised “customer friendly prices” and even friendlier staff. He said too that the atmosphere would be comfortable, with just about a dozen seats to keep things nice and cozy.“It’s a nice, warming environment. We would have all our foods advertised, the servers would be able to enlighten you on what’s available,, and of course there will be seating available. 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    The British High Commission on Tuesday donated two computers and one printer to the Women’s Gender Equality Commission with the aim of further boosting the skills and services offered by the entity.At the Ethnic Relations Commission (ERC) building,, Peter Rose and Anira Streets, Queenstown,, during the short handing over ceremony,, Chairperson Indra Chandarpal stated that the women’s group originated in August 2009 and began officially serving the public in May 2010,, after holding internal elections to select a Chairperson and Vice-Chairperson.She explained that to date a lot of work has been successfully completed by the Women’s Gender Equality Commission, with its mandate being very broad-based, and she expressed hope that all commissioners would continue to strive for excellence by serving whole-heartedly.British High Commissioner,, Simon Bond,, told the gathering that his office was more than happy to respond to the request by the body since the High Commission recognizes the role that the group plays in society and fully endorses it.The envoy explained that in Guyana there is a lot of emphasis being placed in the public sphere about violence against women and women’s rights and the High Commission understands that there is a wide range of issues which the women will have to address, and with the little assistance provided on this occasion,, it is hoped that more work will be completed in a shorter period of time.High Commissioner Bond stated that Guyana has a “good representation of women in Parliament,, the Judiciary and also in the Public Sector” while explaining that from his perspective,, he would like to see more women being leaders in the business sector. Cheap NFL Jerseys NFL Jerseys Cheap Cheap NFL Jerseys China

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    By Romila BoodramIf you’re a woman, chances are you’ve seen ads on Facebook, showing pretty images of women wearing flattering dresses, shoes and accessories for some “too good to be true” price.But in many cases, you’re unlikely to end up with anything close to what the pictures promise. There are thousands of women, both local and international, who have lost money to an opaque group of Chinese clothing companies.Many of these sites—with names like Sammy Dress, RoseWe and RoseWholesale are essentially selling products that are far from what the advertisements and e-commerce sites show, and some are advertising using stolen images.Images used by these scam sites have been stolen from people’s personal Instagram accounts,, international magazines and legit websites sites like PromGirl and Forever 21.Complaints about these sites and their products range from strange smells to outrageously large sizing, low-quality materials, and virtually non-existent customer service.One local shopper,, Sarah Narine said that she purchased an evening dress from Sammy Dress in January, last to attend a wedding last month.The dress on the left is what the customer thought she ordered and the one on the right is what she received.The dress on the left is what the customer thought she ordered and the one on the right is what she received.The dress was expected to reach New York the following week and then it would have been shipped to Guyana.Narine was expecting the dress to arrive here in two weeks as she was promised but it has been months and her package hasn’t arrived yet. In fact, the wedding has come and gone and there is still no dress.Another shopper,, Alana Rajkumar,, said that she spent $30,000 in clothing from RoseWe, an online clothing company,, but when the package arrived almost a month later,, she was in no way satisfied.“We are women,, shopping is what we do best and when you see a website that is selling a dress for US$7, you go out of your mind and that is exactly what happened to me. I heard about the site from a friend but that person never purchased from it.”According to Rajkumar, when her clothes arrived,, they were all extra large. “I ordered small but the dress I received would have fit someone who is six times by size. I still have the items and I wear them in the house to do chores.”Narine and Rajkumar are not the only two customers who have complained about receiving items, mostly clothes, that were totally different from what they had ordered or what they thought they ordered online.The customer ordered the dress on the left but received the one on the right.There are persons who complained about receiving clothes with holes and missing buttons.Kaieteur News understands that at least eight of the online clothing stores in China are connected to one Chinese manufacturing company.The manufacturing company creates different websites and steals images from various sources and then advertises them on its page.Once someone orders an item, workers would then manufacture an image that looks like the one the customer ordered.Before buying from any online companies,, customers should do a little research. Check the reviews and make some calls to verify whether the company really exists. Wholesale NFL Jerseys China NFL Jerseys China NFL Jerseys Authentic China Cheap NFL Jerseys China


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    – Workmen lament disrespect From all indications,, workers attached to the Chinese logging company Bai Shan Lin continue to be treatedRegion 10 Chairman, Sharma Solomondisrespectfully.They have complained about the treatment dealt to Guyanese has gone from bad to worse.One worker,, who highlighted his concerns who sought anonymity, said that “the Chinese are in the habit of insulting Guyanese, especially when they have to receive the salaries that we work very hard for.”The employee said that upon being hired, the Human Resources Manager, identified as Mr. Ali,, told him and a few others who were simultaneously hired that they have to live at Linden and that the company will provide meals and accommodation.He said that much to his dismay, “every week we have to beg for money to buy food stuff. We had to sleep in the trucks…The place where we sleep is worse than a pig pen with no mattresses.”The disgruntled employee said that the treatment reminds him of the “days of slavery, when workers had no rights and no voice. ‘What the Chinese tell you to do you have to do or else they tell you go home and they hold up your salary.”He said that sometimes the trucks have mechanical problems but “the Chinese would say ‘go work, fix later.’ This is big risk for the drivers.”“Chinese have meetings every month where their matters and concerns are addressed,, but the Guyanese do not have any meetings to discuss their problems.”Regional Chairman, Sharma Solomon, said that he receives similar complaints almost daily.He said that Region Ten residents and workers who are stationed there are just fed up of the callous behaviour exhibited by Bai Shan Lin as a company which is getting so much out of Guyana but is prepared to give little or nothing in return.“Workers are complaining,, Moblissa residents are complaining,, the Kwakwani residents still complain about the problems with the road,, in fact the entire Region is complaining,” said Solomon.“We are all still very concerned,” said the Regional Chairman. Bai Shan Lin is still to do an Environmental, Social Impact Assessment (ESIA), he added.He said that some workers attached to Bai Shan Lin, frequented the Office of the Regional Democratic Council complaining of the way the company has been violating their rights.The Chairman said that workers lamented the conditions they work under, bad treatment and poor payment.Two days after that story was carried, Bai Shan Lin released a statement refuting allegations of $500 pay but ignored claims of mistreatment, poor working conditionsThe company sought to debunk allegations that it has an employment ratio of 70 percent Asians to 30 percent Guyanese and that it has been paying the few locals it employs as little as $500 per day.Solomon subsequently told this newspaper that he saw the statement and noticed that the company did not reject what he said.Bai Shan Lin has a known presence at Moblissa, Coomacka, Bamia, Kwakwani and Ituni. Wholesale Real Madrid Jerseys Nike Steelers #11 Markus Wheaton White Mens NFL Pro Line Fashion Game Jersey Cheap NFL Jerseys Nike Cowboys #89 Gavin Escobar Navy Blue/White Throwback Mens Stitched NFL Elite Jersey 2014 Olympic Team USA #44 Brooks Orpik White Stitched NHL Jersey Avalanche #9 Matt Duchene Black 2016 All Star Stitched NHL Jersey Wholesale Jerseys China

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    Established to create opportunities for youths to be involved in meaningful activities thus paving the way for them to become responsible persons of the society, the Young and Thoughtful Youth Programme came into existence nine years ago.Members of the youth group donate blood to the blood bank.And in observance of its sustenance and impact to local communities,, the youth group, which has since been renamed the Obama Youth Organisation in honour of the current United States President, has been involved in a number of community activities throughout this month.Among the activities was a blood donation drive at the National Blood Transfusion Service, donation of toys and books to the Paediatric Ward of the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation, painting of trees and working along with Habitat for Humanity in helping to build a home for a house partner.Chairman of the youth group,, Cornelius Roberts, who was ably assisted by other executive members and 40 volunteers,, led the activities.The youth group came into being in February, 2000,, and aims to create an environment in which youths are encouraged to develop their full mental, spiritual and physical potentials through opportunities which will enable them to become responsible and productive citizens.Two candidates were nominated to take the position as President and following an election on Friday, February 18, 2000,, at the Channel 9 Television Station,, Cornelius Roberts secured the most votes and the prestigious position.The club was officially launched with its complete executive committee on the March 8,, 2000,, at the Church of Christ building on Hadfield Street.The youth group is now a registered Youth Organization at the Ministry of Culture,, Youth and Sport. Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China

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    Former President Bharrat Jagdeo demonstrated profound recollection yesterday of the alleged transgressionsFormer President, Bharrat Jagdeounder Carl Greenidge when he served as the country’s Finance Minister over 25 years ago. But amazingly, he had no knowledge of the documented reports of financial abuses by Minister of Finance, Dr. Ashni Singh.Jagdeo during an almost one-hour long preamble refuting statements from the opposition, sharply criticized Greenidge,, A Partnership for National Unity’s (APNU) Shadow Minister of Finance. He described the opposition member as being the most unaccountable Minister in Guyana’s history.The former President whined at length about Greenidge saying that when the country’s economy was under his stewardship, the nation was not credit worthy. In fact,, he claimed that accounts of the country were not available for auditing for almost ten years during Greenidge’s tenure and as Minister of Finance he incurred the largest rate of external debt for the nation.He even brought specially for Kaieteur News, a copy of Greenidge’s transport of prime land in Bel Air which he acquired just after demitting office in 1992 for $4 Million.The former President stressed that while he does not want to venture into the past, Greenidge must face his record.Along that same line,, Kaieteur News asked Jagdeo to take a trip to present day and say when he will ask Dr. Ashni Singh,, the current Finance Minister, to face his record.Guyana’s Auditor General (AG), Deodat Sharma who is considered the guardian of the national purse hasAPNU’s Shadow Minister of Finance,, Carl Greenidgeover the years,, reported on a number of abuses by Dr. Singh and other government officials which include the misuse of the Consolidated and Contingencies Funds.Under Dr. Singh’s watch, the AG tirelessly called for the establishment of the Public Procurement Commission and even the implementation of the two modules of the Integrated Financial Management and Accounting System (IFMAS) that have never been used for over ten years. There have been increasing concerns from some quarters that had the two of the seven IFMAS modules been operationalized,, a lot of the missing monies, assets and consumables cited in the AG’s Reports would have been avoided.Jagdeo was also reminded by this newspaper that there has been no prosecution since the introduction of the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism legislation in 2009 and compared to other regional and international nations, Guyana’s audited reports are usually over 200 pages when compared to other territories which are significantly less. This point was highlighted by several members of the Public Accounts Committee of the Tenth Parliament,, where members said that this reflected the poor state of the country’s accounts.But instead of telling the media when he would make Dr. Singh face his record of financial abuses, Jagdeo went into a drawn out explanation about the misgivings under Dr. Singh as though some other bizarre force was responsible for it or it simply did not exist.He said that the Public Procurement Commission is not in place because it encountered several challenges.Minister of Finance,Dr. Ashni SinghHe conceded however that more prosecution should have occurred under the anti-money laundering laws but said nothing about his government or Dr. Singh being lax in this regard.And as for the instances of the abuses of the Consolidated and Contingencies funds Jagdeo said, “I don’t know about any abuses.”He did manage to recall that there was a recent ruling by acting Chief Justice Ian Chang which said that the $4.5B spent by Dr. Singh without the approval of the National Assembly was indeed illegal.But in the same breath he noted, “The Minister of Finance has tremendous power under the Act. 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    …reveals details of relationshipBy Michael JordanIvelaw MurrayA secretly recorded conversation on the mobile phone of Police Constable Kelvin Shepherd appears to reveal the motive for his murder and the identity of his killer.The recording also seems to support official reports that Assistant Superintendant of Police (ASP) Ivelaw Murray killed Shepherd, though it does not clear up the debate as to whether Murray took his own life.The approximately one-minute conversation is believed to have taken place some hours before Murray’s death.Patricia Shepherd, the slain constable’s mother, identified one of the speakers as her son.Murray’s father, retired Superintendant Ivan Daniels, who was invited to Kaieteur News office to listen to the recording,, said that the voice of the other male appeared to be his son’s.Shepherd’s mother dropped the bombshell yesterday when she handed over her son’s phone and a CD with the same conversation to this newspaper. 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Now we are talking about Hillary Clinton, a woman, having a real chance.That question from Rock, although asked in a movie, has stayed with me over the years.It is difficult to conceptualise poverty without experiencing it.I grew up in a home where although not much was available, we had smiles on our faces and kept our surroundings in immaculate condition. We had no relatives overseas to send us barrels. We had a mortgage on the home. I was attending Queen’s College and my brother,, St Rose’s High.People in the ‘80s literally lived from paycheck to paycheck. I recalled walking many days from QC to the car park near the Fire Service at Stabroek. There was not enough money for travel. I am not ashamed to say it.After school,, I went straight into work. The family needed it.I can recall too vividly barely having enough clothes. So when it comes to be poor,, I can relate to what Rock was asking. You can’t talk about situations and become an expert when you have never experienced it.As I look back to those tough days, I try to tell my little ones how much I detest wastage. I hate to see food thrown away. I teach them about appreciating what you have,, especially if it came honestly and through hard work.I hate even more the squandering of opportunities. You have one life to live…give it your best shot. Don’t be an 8 to 4 worker. Push the boundaries.Today, Guyana has a new administration. It is weeks old. There is much debate about a $10,000 cash programme to parents that was introduced by the previous Government.The David Granger administration is insisting it wants to assess the programme, which was given out as a one-time thing last year, to determine how effective it was.Let me make it clear. The vast number of Guyanese will tell the administration that the cash is needed. Who would not take the money? 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    “What is this thing about China…I wonder if it is not Xenophobia,,” – Ambassador Irwin La RocqueCARICOM Secretary General,, Ambassador Irwin La RocqueBy Gary EleazarXenophobia is said to be “an unreasonable fear or hatred of foreigners or strangers, or of that which is foreign or strange” and the Caribbean Community (CARICOM)’s Secretary General, Ambassador Irwin La Rocque,, is wondering if this is the case with China and the people of the Caribbean.La Rocque questioned,, “What is this thing about China…I wonder if it is not Xenophobia.”In recent weeks and months, Chinese companies looking to do business in the region, have been coming under increasing fire for allegations of corruption and questionable practices,, but according to La Rocque, this is not something that his Secretariat is even addressing at the moment.“The Secretariat is not looking at any of these issues…these issues are allegations…it is not part of what we do,” La Rocque emphasized.The CARICOM Secretary General was speaking exclusively with Kaieteur News following the opening ceremony of the 23rd COHSOD (Council for Human and Social Development) Meeting being held at the Princess International Hotel.According to La Rocque, “China made available a line of credit and that is what is obtained. It’s not an issue on the Regional agenda.”La Rocque even sought to question if the issues related to the Chinese are even legitimate saying that “I am not even sure if it’s a matter at all…I have been reading about it, but it is not an issue on the agenda.”Asked about fears of increased clout in the region as a result of the heavy finances being made available by China, Ambassador La Rocque said,, “It always amazes me when I get that question. Nowhere has it been said when other countries were putting in a lot of money into our region that we will be swayed by them. A lot of countries have been putting money into our region and nobody is raising an outcry about them trying to persuade us one way or another. I’ll leave it at that.”In the Guyana context, the nation is still trying to assimilate news of a contract to the tune of some US$150M for the expansion of the Cheddi Jagan International Airport.News of this broke in Jamaica, but the local Public Works Minister had denied secrecy and said that the information was being kept confidential.It was explained that a logistical breakdown saw the information being published in the Jamaica media before Guyanese could have been briefed.Guyana still awaits the US$141M loan from China’s Exim Bank and only recently the company, China Harbour Engineering Corporation (CHEC) had to defend itself again,, over allegations of corruption.There are also, several questions still lingering over the state-of-the-art,, Skeldon Sugar Factory, built by Chinese. To date the factory has never operated at full capacity and it is still plagued by a plethora of defects.Over in Antigua and Barbuda there is now a controversy erupting over the terms and conditions of a US$47M project there.In Jamaica, too,, the very company that has inked a contract with the Guyanese authorities also came under fire by that country’s Contractor General. Wholesale NFL Jerseys China

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    The newly elected councillors of the 10 Regional Democratic Councils (RDC) have been assured that the new administration will not make the mistake of its predecessor- of totally disregarding their constitutional authority in nation building.Instead, Minister of Communities, Ronald Bulkan, pledged that the administration will cooperate and collaborate with the RDCs to repair the damage which has been wrought over the last two decades.The Minister made the statements on Friday while engaging local representatives and private and public stakeholders at a leadership forum at the Arthur Chung International Convention Centre (ACICC,) Liliendaal.The event,, which was held under the theme “Unveiling a Vision of Regional Empowerment,” was the customary and now traditional induction and orientation for the newly elected councillors.Minister of Communities,Ronald BulkanBulkan pointed out that in going forward it will not be business as usual.Instead regional representatives and Central Government will be working towards realising a specific goal. Reference was made to the aspiration set out by President David Granger of building “strong regions” that will lead to a “strong country.”“Guyana is too large to be either effectively or efficiently governed, or managed from the centre,,” Minister Bulkan declared. He noted that as long as the local government organs’ authority is undermined, development cannot effectively happen at the community level.“For as long as we do not honour our constitutional provisions relating to decentralization and devolution of power,, we will not truly unlock our enormous potential; we will fail or people, particularly our young people.”The Minister said that RDCs were treated like “step-children”,, “with their authority ignored, their roles understated,” under the former administration. He said that the councillors were viewed as a “collection of mannequins.”“This is not how it should be. This is not what the constitution provides for. The constitution is unambiguous with regard to the role of all local democratic organs.”He made it clear that Central Government will not seek to trample on the authority of the local organs. This does not mean that Central Government will not have an active role in the management and development of the regions.In moving forward,, this role will be one of “cooperation not confrontation” in actions and efforts. “It must begin immediately in relation to all government initiatives and activities…the left hand must know what the right hand is doing,,” he said.He also urged that the councils and councillors in spending tax dollars, seek to ensure that sustainable benefits accrued to the region, and that all monies are spent on initiatives that would have been arrived at following meaningful consultations, within the RDCs and with the residents.Regarding the day’s forum, Minister Bulkan explained that the intention is to use the event to stimulate new thinking, to open the councillors’ minds to new possibilities and to exploring new frontiers.“As of today, each region has to begin to see itself differently. Each must begin to adapt to a mindset that sees you taking more ownership of your region,,” he said.He urged the councillors to set targets in relation to attracting investments, creating new economic activities and jobs.In addition to being provided with an overview of the operations of an RDC, the councillors also benefitted from brief statements by other ministers. There were also presentations on ICT,, potentials for tourism and agriculture, and the opportunities for generating renewable energies,, as well as the challenges in making this a reality.There was a brief address by United Nation Development Programme (UNDP) Country Representative, Khadija Musa, who applauded the Ministry for its moves in the right directions; seeking to bring together the RDC councillors to have shared dialogue for sustainable development and passing the Local Government (Amendment) Bill which increases the power of the local government organs.Musa noted these are all critical steps in not only ensuring development but social cohesion. She pointed out that communities are now placed to drive their own development. Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys Supply Wholesale NFL Jerseys China

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    Chief Magistrate Priya Beharry is to decide on whether a senior army officer is to take the stand again against treason accused Leonard Wharton,, Major Bruce Munroe and Carol-Ann Munroe.The matter continued yesterday with submissions being made by the defence and the prosecution in connection to having the testimony of Army Lieutenant Colonel Sydney James re-opened.James is one of the prosecution’s witnesses,, and has already testified on numerous occasions. He was identified as a member of the Guyana Defence Force (GDF) and would have received certain information alleging that the three accused were conspiring to overthrow the Guyana Government.James had brought that information and material to the court which had initially contributed to the arrest and the prosecution of the Munroes and Wharton.State-appointed prosecutor,, Defence Attorney Vic Puran, had asked for James to return to the stand so that he could make connections with the tape recordings he would have provided the court as evidence in the matter.Defence Counsel Nigel Hughes first made his submission against the prosecution request to have James reappear to present evidence. He is representing the three accused.Puran then made his submission stating the grounds on which James should reappear to give his evidence.Speaking with reporters yesterday, Puran said that the defence had claimed that the tapes being heard in court were not the original of the recordings.In rebuttal,, Puran said he is willing to show that the tapes served to the court were original by playing the original recordings. Puran said the original tapes were never played in court which was an oversight; nevertheless he needs James to return to the stand to testify and show that what he presented at the hearings was accurate, as the copies would entail the contents of the original tapes.In the prosecution application for the witness’s return, Hughes felt that it was unacceptable for the prosecution to ask the court for delayed time. He said that the treason matter had already been delayed for three months during the 13-month hearing following the Director of Public Prosecutions Shalimar Hack’s leave of absence.He even mentioned that such a defence request was in violation of the rights of the accused. He took a stand on the grounds of prejudice and indirectly claimed that the accused were being treated unfairly.He said that by law the accused were promised a fair and timely hearing into their matter and still the matter is plagued by numerous delays.Hughes claimed that Puran is saying that the copies of the tapes released to the court are not faithful representations of the originals, but this he said had to be revealed to the court a long time ago. Hughes argued that the prosecution had a right to inform the court of the inconsistency of the tapes if they knew that what the court was listening too were not the originals.Puran lashed back,, recalling that on his first day after taking over from the DPP,, he argued that the material the tapes were being played on was not suitable.Puran,, only a few days ago,, assumed the post of prosecutor,, and on his first day refused the set up on which the tapes of the prosecution were being played. He pointed to his initial dismissal of the device and yesterday when asked what he had proposed should be used to hear the tapes, claimed that he wished not to change the device but he would simply add more speakers to the set-up.The treason prosecutor said he would listen to the tapes with added speakers and he would turn down the volume for a better surround effect which would possibly wipe out background noises.Crediting his submission to have James return, Puran said that treason is the highest crime in the land and he strongly felt that the original tapes should be played.The submissions of the opposing sides were taken into consideration by the court and it will be decided whether James should return for his testimony to be re-opened.In the meantime Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Simeon Reid is on the stand. The policeman will return on the next occasion to continue being led by the prosecution.The law agent had been playing an integral part in the treason matter, working closely with the prosecution in handling the evidence produced against the accused.The matter will continue today. Wholesale NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys China

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    Professor Daizal SamadThe new Director of the University of Guyana’s Berbice Campus, Professor Daizal Samad, is promising revolutionary changes.He not only wants to make the programmes offered on campus more relevant to the needs of the national economy and that of the country, he also wants Berbicians to benefit from the university. And among his plans is a plan to teach elderly Berbicians how to read and write.The University of Guyana Council appointed Professor Samad as the new Director of the Berbice Campus on November 1. He was born in Berbice,, and returned to the country after holding stints in Africa and the Middle East.After successfully reading for a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English from the University of Guyana, Samad received a full scholarship to the University of New Brunswick, Canada, where he successfully read for his Masters in English, and later his Ph.D. in English, also from the University of New Brunswick.He went on to work as Associate Professor of English and Literature at St. Thomas University in Canada, and later took up an appointment as Associate Professor at the National University of Malaysia, where he taught for five years.A new opportunity then took him to the Al Akhawayan University in Morocco, where he served as Professor of English Language and Literature Studies. Later, he worked as Senior Advisor and Educational Expert at the Ministry of Higher Education, Sultanate of Oman.Professor Samad has five books and 22 published papers to his credit.After his stint in the Middle East, Professor Samad said, he decided to heed the urgings of his relatives back home to do something for Guyana. So, after taking a two-year break from work, he decided to start looking up opportunities in Guyana. One of the persons he contacted was the Minister within the Ministry of Education, Dr Desrey Fox, with whom he had worked at the University of Guyana’s Amerindian Affairs Unit more than 30 years ago.After discussions with other Government officials, Professor Samad decided to move to Guyana and join the University of Guyana. Since there was construction work ongoing onsite at the Turkeyen Campus, and with no teaching being done,, he decided to use his time to design a strategic planning engine for the university.He also compiled a student advisory handbook, something which was non-existent.“Student advising has become one of the most important aspects of universities around the world,” he said, when he sat down for an interview with Kaieteur News last week.Given the vacancy that existed at the Berbice Campus for a director, he was invited to take up the appointment, and he gladly accepted.Revolutionary changesProfessor Samad wants to make the Berbice Campus completely functional, and to address the many challenges it faces.Among his first priorities is to address what he deemed the “shocking decrease” in admissions.“You should always see an increase in student enrollment,, not a decrease,” he declared. 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The parents also said that they will continue to protest until the necessary systems are put in place to ensure their children’s safety.Region Ten Chairman Rennis Morian is also not satisfied with the present state of affairs at the multi- million dollar edifice.He expressed concern about the dangling wires, and also condemned the attitude of a senior official from the previous administration, whom he said came into the Region and unceremoniously handed over the keys to the Head of the school.The Regional Chairman said that he has had no official word about the opening of the school today.“I am just hearing about these things by the way,, and parents are calling me and expressing concern.But I am not going to allow parents to send their children to a school where the environment is unsafe.“This is children’s safety we’re talking about here, so how can you have electrical wires dangling and you hand over the school to the headmistress. 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    Walter Willis,, Engineering Consultant of the Ministry of Public Infrastructure, received $1.5M to de-silt and clear trenches in New Market Street. The donor was Professor Suresh Narine, CGX Co-Chairman.The cheque being handed over to Komal Singh by Suresh Narine. At centre is Walter WillisCGX Energy Inc., Gaico Construction Inc. and the Ministry of Public Infrastructure will be collaborating to diminish flooding in the New Market Street area,, between Waterloo and Thomas Streets.This project is expected to commence this weekend as said by CGX Co-Chairman at a press conference held yesterday at CGX office which included Walter Willis, Engineering Consultant of the Ministry of Public Infrastructure and Komal Singh, Managing Director of Gaico Construction.Within each block bordered by Main Street, Middle Street, Cummings Street and Lamaha there is a small trench running north to Lamaha Street. The de-silting of these areas will become a main focus over time as major companies are expected to come on board to help diminish theOne of the drains to be de-silted and cleared.continuous flooding of the city.New Market Street is very prone to flooding and is frequently underwater after rainfalls. A proposal was made by Gaico Constructions, the initial contractors,, to improve the situation.The project aims to have the two critical trenches de-silted to ease the continuous flooding within the area. Attention will also be paid to the roadside drains leading to the trenches.According to Komal Singh, Managing Director of Gaico Construction, “We will continue to work along with Ministry of Public Infrastructure to help the hospital area because it is one of the most easily flooded places.”“Also on Middle Street, water settles there for more than a day so we will try to use the same project to drain those areas.”CGX being the major sponsor in this project, promises that all the monies put into the project will be used to get the job done. Any other necessities will be provided to the workers on site by the company at their own expense.To de-bush two facades and dispose of materials 350-metre long is expected to cost $350,000 and to de-silt two facades and dispose of materials 350-metre long is expected to cost $650,,000. These are just two of the major expenses within the $1.5 million budget.The venture will cater for six months’ maintenance of the trenches. Employees of CGX will participate in the clean-up project,, Gaico will supply all equipment,, including excavators,, loaders and tractors, five dump trucks to dispose of materials at an approved dumpsite and approximately ten persons to be recruited to also assist in the campaign.This project is one of the many ongoing drainage projects being undertaken currently, the Liliendaal drainage project is approximately 90 per cent completed. It is the cleaning of drains that run from Camp Street, Lamaha, Dennis Street Sophia Section A and north into Liliendaal pump station.One machine provided by the Ministry of Agriculture, National Drainage and Irrigation Authority (NDIA) has already been moved to Cane View Avenue. This project started from the Houston bypass heading east along the Cane View Avenue between the Houston estates and Ruimveldt estates.“The Lamaha project will be beneficial to this current project because it will provide drainage from the smaller drains to the Lamaha canal outfall,” said Walter Willis. Wholesale Authentic China Jerseys Los Angeles Kings Jerseys China MLB Jerseys China Wholesale Los Angeles Kings Jerseys Wholesale Seattle Seahawks Jerseys Wholesale Cincinnati Reds Jerseys Cincinnati Reds Jerseys China

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    Managers of the National Insurance Scheme (NIS), which is facing concerns over its long term viability, has urged for agreements among stakeholders on key measures that will ensure the financial future of the entity.NIS is the state-controlled body which has been managing the social insurance fund charged with paying pensions and other medical benefits. It is now celebrating its 44th anniversary.Immediately, NIS is targeting measures to significantly expand its contributor base and raise the rates. It is looking to better manage growth in benefit expenditure, particularly pensions.NIS Chairman, Dr. Roger LuncheonAccording to Chairman, Dr. Roger Luncheon,, even though the spectre of an imminent dire situation is highly exaggerated, the scheme’s financial viability does evoke apprehension among the informed.“Essentially, the scheme’s expenditure growth is out-stripping revenue growth. Contribution income, the main ingredient of revenue was $11.32B in 2012 while benefits expenditure,, the main ingredient of expenditure, was $11.33B,,” Luncheon disclosed in a release yesterday.“As is known,, long term benefits dominate the benefits profile with over 43,,000 pensioners in payment at July 2013. The aging population, longer longevity has impacted significantly on this growth in benefit expenditure.”The NIS Chairman believed the scheme may not have been rigid enough in insisting that more self-employed join up and contribute, as is the regulation.At the end of 2012, the active population of employed contributors numbered 117,219, while the active population of the self-employed was only 8,791. “The self-employed situation of anomaly is evident in the face of the size of parallel economy in Guyana. Importantly, the contribution rate has seen occasional annual increases in the last decade.”Against this background, NIS continues to offer a pension linked to minimum wages in the public service with a wide range of short-term benefits to contributors and pensioners.“The end result is predictable. Expenditure growth exceeds that of revenue. The NIS fund is therefore being used to meet the operational deficits currently being incurred. As a result, the NIS fund has failed to show growth over the recent years as deficits in operational costs have been financed from the savings in the fund.”In 2011, the fund was $30,410,427,000 while the 2012 unaudited fund was $30,,214,987,,000.The 8th actuarial report, which is a mandatory review of NIS performance, on the scheme’s financial status,, has disclosed details of the situation and made concrete proposals and recommendations about solutions, Dr. Luncheon said.The NIS situation has raised even more concerns. “Nationwide public consultations at that time provided ample evidence of concern among stakeholders. A general principled approach must include increased revenue collection and controlled expenditure growth.”Luncheon also pointed to the 2013 National Budget, in which the Minister of Finance, Dr. Ashni Singh proposed an increase in the contribution rate for both employed and self-employed to 14% and 12.5% respectively.However,, this did not help much in reversing the deficit.“The Central Government absorbed and subsidised that increase for employed contributors whose incomes were less than $50,000.00. The impact of the contribution rate increase did not significantly reverse the deficit which was simultaneously being negatively influenced by the increasing cost of doing business by the scheme.”The NIS Chairman assured that while there is little likelihood of a collapse of the scheme in the short to medium term, the current situation is not sustainable.“The interventions are obvious but consensus among stakeholders and decision makers is a paramount necessity. In Barbados, a similar situation attracted such consensus on their way forward, under which their scheme rallied without stakeholders’ discord and divisiveness.” San Francisco Giants Juan Marichal Jersey Boston Red Sox Carl Yastrzemski Jersey Chicago Cubs Joe Maddon Jersey Baltimore Orioles Kevin Gausman Jersey Detroit Tigers Jordan Zimmermann Jersey Detroit Tigers Francisco Rodriguez Jersey Texas Rangers Mitch Moreland Jersey Chicago Cubs Ben Zobrist Jersey St. Louis Cardinals Bob Gibson Jersey


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    The Amaila Falls Access Road Development Project would necessitate the clearing of 3,368 hectares of forest, according to the Guyana Forestry Commission.In a notice posted on its website,, the Commission advised concession holders that construction of the Amaila Falls Rehabilitation and Transmission line development works project is slated to commence very shortly.To facilitate the construction of the access road,, a total area of approximately 3,368 hectares or 8,,083 acres of forest in sections 6 and 7 respectively of the access road would be required to be removed.The Commission has invited all concession holders to submit Expression of Interest for the harvesting and removal of all forest produce within the road corridor to be developed. These expressions of interest were due on October 20,, 2010.According to the document outlining the terms and conditions of Expressions of Interest,, the total minimum estimated volume available for extraction is 101,,040 cubic meters, with known commercial species such as greenheart,, wamara, kabukali, wallaba, and mora.Contracts can be awarded to one or more individual or parties for harvesting and removal of forest produce along various sections of the road. Awardees/concessionaires will be required to pay a deposit of $5M on signing of the contract.The terms for extraction state that all forest produce (logs and stumps) must be tagged using GFC log tracking tags and all harvested forest produce must be recorded on a GFC removal permit and production registered completed.In addition, all harvested forest produce must be declared at the nearest GFC Forest Station or check point.All extraction and removal must be done within a timeframe of four weeks of the award of the contract,, with the GFC advising of the date when exercise will commence.The government has awarded Synergy Holdings the US$15.4 million project to build roads and bridges necessary for the start-up of the Amalia Falls Hydro project.Synergy Holdings contract is for the upgrade of approximately 85 kilometers of existing roadway and the design and construction of approximately 110 kilometers of new road. The works also include building bridges across the Essequibo and Kuribrong rivers.In addition,, the contract takes into account clearing the way for the installation of a 65-kilometre transmission line. Claudio Bravo Chile Jersey Nestor Araujo Mexico Jersey Abel Hernandez Uruguay Jersey Mikael Ishak Sweden Jersey Eduardo Vargas Chile Jersey Meliton Hernandez Mexico Jersey Rodolfo Pizarro Mexico Jersey Hector Herrera Mexico Jersey Marcelo Diaz Chile Jersey

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    – All contractors given commencement letters since March Works are underway on the several villages of the East Coast Demerara Public road beginning from Montrose to De Endragt,, East Coast Demerara. However, Dipcon Engineering Services and Courtney Benn Contracting Service only started this week.Contractors were given their letters to commence works since March last. Compustruct started works last month end. A tour on the East Coast revealed that on the Southern section of Triumph, East Coast Demerara the slippage caused a tomb to collapse in a nearby cemetery. This can cause more damage to the existing public road if not contained.The damaged Triumph Public road.Even with slow progress in the move to transform the East Coast Demerara Public Road into four lanes,, contractors have 12 months to complete works on various lots and sections of the road that they were awarded through tendering process. If not completed within the stipulated timeframe, the Public Works Ministry can institute penalties and liquidated damages based on the amount of work completed within the timeframe.Works for Lots One and Two were awarded to Dipcon Engineering Services which covers road-widening from Montrose to Golden Grove, East Coast Demerara to the tune of $671M. The construction firm was also awarded a $328M contract to construct Lot Five (Triumph to Mon Repos). The Engineer’s estimate was $231.1 million.Lot Three was awarded to Courtney Benn Contracting Services Limited for the road widening project from La Bonne Intention to Beterverwagting,, East Coast Demerara to the tune of $349M. The Engineer’s Estimate was $264.2 million.Meanwhile, Lot Four, from Beterverwagting to Triumph,, was awarded to Compustruct at a value of $322M. It was advertised at an estimated cost of $241 million. And,, Lot Six, which extends from Mon Repos to De Endragt was awarded to Talbot to the tune of $345M. The estimate was $$246.4 million.However,, the Triumph, East Coast Demerara Public road which is in a deplorable condition with a continuous crack running along the centre of the road with the shoulders slipping into the drains have been a major concern for drivers.According to Traffic/Road Safety Engineer of the Ministry of Public Works and Communications,, Nigel Erskine,, works have begun on the construction of retaining concrete drains in 40 feet lengths which aid in stabilizing the shoulders of the roadway, while bag filled materials are being placed to also aid with retaining the structure.He explained that works on Lot four will be more technical since there is only a four feet difference from the carriageway,, unlike other sections in other lots. There are also areas being filled with and compacted with sand. Blackhawks #72 Artemi Panarin Black Stitched NHL Jersey Wholesale Los Angeles Lakers Jerseys Wildcats #4 Rajon Rondo Blue Basketball Stitched NCAA Jersey Capitals #92 Evgeny Kuznetsov Black 2016 All Star Stitched NHL Jersey Cheap NFL Jerseys Nike Texans #17 Brock Osweiler White Womens Stitched NFL Elite Jersey Manchester United #39 Rashford White Away Soccer Club Jersey Wholesale Cincinnati Bengals Jerseys Wholesale Baltimore Orioles Jerseys

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    Each year, the buildup of traffic along the East Bank Demerara Public Road is more. Within the next five years if an alternative road, the Southern Approach,, is not built,, travel time along the existing roadway will drastically increase leading to massive traffic congestion, says a Transportation Consultant.Traffic congestion at Diamond Housing SchemeThe Transportation Consultant who did a recent study,, said that he utilized the Diamond Housing Scheme as the starting point of his journey to Georgetown during the morning peak hour and discovered that it took him about 75 minutes to reach Kingston—a distance of less than10 miles.He encountered two traffic jams- one inside Diamond Housing Scheme and Demerara Harbour Bridge- and the gridlock stretching from the turn at Banks DIH to Ruimveldt Police Station.He stressed that given the current unbearable traffic situation and the expansion of more housing schemes along the East Bank Demerara,, Government should invest in the construction of the Southern Approach Road, leading from behind the Diamond Housing Scheme to Mandela Avenue.“This structure would take about US$3M per mile to construct and should have been given precedence over the construction of the Marriott-branded hotel costing US$51M that uncertainty lingers over its viability… It should have also been given precedence over the expansion of the Cheddi Jagan International Airport runway,” he said.The consultant noted that the poor transportation network of the Diamond Housing Scheme is an example of haphazard planning. He hopes that this Government should correct this flaw of former President Bharrat Jagdeo and practise proper planning that incorporates the human factor.As such,, consideration should be given to the fact that housing areas are being developed at Farm, Herstelling, Providence and Eccles and the existing transportation infrastructure cannot accommodate thousands of residents.Even with the widening of the East Bank Demerara Public Road into four-lane from Providence to Diamond the traffic congestion will not be reduced since the bottlenecks and gridlock will remain.The roadway is already burdened by increasing traffic from West Bank and West Coast Demerara. This is also expected to further increase with the opening up of more housing establishments on those areas.The consultant opined that mostly drivers of private vehicles would take advantage of this route while public transportation would continue along the existing roadway. Nonetheless,, the goal of reducing the number of vehicles traversing the corridor would be achieved.Plans to erect the Southern Approach Road have been echoed by many Government officials but it is time concrete action is taken. The vision of constructing the new Demerara Harbour Bridge at the preferred location at Versailles,, West Bank Demerara to Houston,, East Bank Demerara includes the Southern Approach Road.“If construction of this road is not put on the front burner the East Bank Demerara Public Road will be a chaotic stretch to traverse…And, the Demerara Harbour Bridge would not be a reality…But, most of these plans would remain dreams if Government does not act now in a planned manner,,” the consultant said. Wholesale Cincinnati Bengals Jerseys Nike Dolphins #94 Mario Williams Green Womens Stitched NFL Limited Salute to Service Jersey Capitals #92 Evgeny Kuznetsov Black 2016 All Star Stitched NHL Jersey Nike Texans #17 Brock Osweiler White Womens Stitched NFL Elite Jersey Flyers #53 Shayne Gostisbehere Orange Stitched NHL Jersey Wildcats #4 Rajon Rondo Blue Basketball Stitched NCAA Jersey Blackhawks #72 Artemi Panarin Black Stitched NHL Jersey Wholesale NFL Jerseys Nike Broncos #6 Mark Sanchez Blue Alternate Womens Stitched NFL New Elite Jersey

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