Monday, September 26th, 2016
Doubles & Big Red
 

With guns blazing, President Anthony Carmona yesterday took great umbrage with members of the media bent on maligning and disrespecting others in the public domain, stressing he was not to blame for a series of events, recently ventilated about the Office of President.
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PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley has urged citizens to be thankful despite the land not being as bountiful as before, and predicted that if all immigration restrictions were removed many people would want to be here in Trinidad and Tobago.
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GRIEF-stricken Frankie Rajkumar suspects social media may have played a part in the abduction of his 34-year-old daughter Ria Sookdeo.
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What relevant lessons do the life and works of CLR James have for Trinidad and Tobagos young people today? According to Dr Roosevelt Williams, former student and friend of James, you can learn the lesson from James own mouth: If you cant change the system, the system will change you. Williams was one of four panellists who discussed the documentary film Every Cook Can Govern: The life, works and impact of CLR James put on by the Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival at the OWTUS Paramount Building in San Fernando yesterday.
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A PASTOR yesterday pleaded with God that parliamentarians would work together to have the Tax Information Exchange Bill 2016 passed one day after the legislation was left in limbo after the ejecting of Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar for disruptive behaviour and an Opposition walk out.
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President Anthony Carmonas wine troubles was a hit at steelband CAL Invaders annual Republic Day Jouvert parade around the Queens Park Oval, Port-of-Spain yesterday morning.
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