Daily Archives: 10/19/2012

Eddy Grant – 73 top songs/videos – continuous play

Eddy Grant –  73 top videos – continuous play

About Eddy Grant

Eddy Grant stands among an elite group of artists as one who has not just merely moved successfully across the musical spectrum, but has actually been at the forefront of genres and even created one of his own. From pop star to reggae radical, musical entrepreneur to the inventor of ringbang, the artist has cut a swath through the world of music and made it his own.

Born in Plaisance, Guyana, on March 5, 1948, the young Edmond Grant grew up on the sound of his homeland, tan singing, an Indo-Caribbean vocal style whose roots lay in South Asia and are the backbone of modern chutney. Then in 1960, the Grant family emigrated to England, taking up residence in the working-class Stoke Newington area of London. The young teen’s musical horizons swiftly expanded, embracing the R&B, blues, and rock that percolated across his new island home.    [read more About Eddy Grant ]

Read: Eddy Grant in Wikipedia.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eddy_Grant

Kato-based policemen were killed after robbing Brazilians – video

Kato-based policemen were killed after robbing Brazilians

Two policemen assigned to the Kato station at Region Eight in Guyana  went on patrol on an All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV).  They were missing for a number of days and it was thought that they had an accident. It has now been revealed that they were shot by Brazilian miners, who hunted the down, after they were robbed by the policemen.

Read Report: Kato-based policemen were killed after robbing Brazilians    see video by Capitol News Below

Bodies of two missing policemen found –  Capitol News Video


AFC, Government continue to trade blame over Agricola unrest

AFC, Government continue to trade blame over Agricola unrest

The Government wants to exploit racism and is trying to divert attention from the issues of corruption that are taking place, that’s the view of the Alliance for Change.

The Government has been blaming the AFC for organizing the unrest at Agricola, where a number of people were reportedly robbed by elements in the community.

At a press conference today, AFC leader, Khemraj Ramjattan, said, that the party was not involved and strongly condemned the action. AFC Vice Chairman, Moses Nagamootoo, believes that the Government is trying to use violence to stir up hatred.         Continue reading

There has to be another way- Roman Catholic Bishop

There has to be another way- Roman Catholic Bishop

Guest Columnist  – by Roman Catholic Bishop, Francis Alleyne.
Wednesday, 17 October 2012 17:45  –  Demerara Waves

Ten children in a mini-bus commuting from Georgetown to home in Diamond are delayed in traffic for hours and witness fire, and confrontation between police and civilians; they hear verbal threats and harsh language.  They are scared, tired, hungry and in tears.  There has to be another way.

Frightening new images and haunting memories link the past with the present.  No one, no community, and certainly not the nation benefit from the assaults and injuries inflicted by waiting criminal opportunists and stealth operators.  All the noble aims and intentions are smothered and lost in the graphics of fires and masks and detritus.  Nobody benefits.  Continue reading

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