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DR MARGARET NAKHID-CHATOOR MUCH LEGAL terminology suggests that justice is blind and is meted out objectively, impartially, without favour to anyone, regardless of a person’s income, power or social class. This is what we believe is done, even if erroneously so. What is less obvious to...
THE EDITOR: I totally disagree with the views expressed by TTUTA in its weekly commentary of July 31,which said teachers should not be distributing breakfast and lunches to students. It is very disappointing that the union is now advocating that teachers should stop demonstrating love and...
Published: Tuesday, August 14, 2018Caricom secretary-general Ambassador Irwin LaRocque paid tribute to the late Sir Vidia Naipaul. In a message of condolence to the family of the late Nobel Laureate and the Government and people of T&T, he wrote: “The Caribbean Community mourns the loss of...
Gail AlexanderPublished: Tuesday, August 14, 2018Not so, Prime Minister. Prime Minister Keith Rowley is getting flack from some PNMites for referring to certain members as “imps” at last Sunday’s PNM Family Day function—and for making reference to mosques in his speech. Rowley at PNM’s Family...
Radhica SookrajPublished: Tuesday, August 14, 2018Animal rights activist suggestsInstead of building a new $3 million animal shelter in San Fernando to keep stray animals, vice president of Animals Alive Jowelle De Souza is suggesting that the money be used to expand the existing Animals...
Published: Tuesday, August 14, 2018President’s tribute to NaipaulPresident Paula-Mae Weekes has paid tribute to the late Nobel Laureate Sir Vidia Naipaul who died at his home in England on Saturday. The full text of her statement follows: I join with all citizens of T&T in extending...
THE EDITOR: Noting his international stature as a thinker, a writer, an academic and world-renowned novelist, the West Indies Department of International Relations at UWI should use the works of VS Naipaul as a medium to rework the whole gamut of international relations and international affairs....
NEWLY APPOINTED Minister of National Security Stuart Young led his first post-Cabinet media briefing with news that the Coast Guard’s radar system would be upgraded at a cost of US$7.5 million. Declaring it his first order of business, he claimed that the new and improved system would track...
THE EDITOR: I would like to respond to the words around BC Pires’s photo in his “Emancipation precipitation” column of August 3. In it he refused to accept that the Norse gods came from Egypt. A study of the images of ancient deities of both the Old and New Worlds reveal their...
THE EDITOR: There is now no doubt that many of our citizens are turning to acts of lawlessness in order to make a quick buck and to assist them the police appear to turn a blind eye to their money-making illegal misdemeanours. Wiping the windscreens of cars at traffic lights without the permission...

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