Daily Archives: 06/17/2015

GUYANA: Capitol TV News Videos – 16 June 2015

Capitol TV logoGUYANA: Capitol TV News Videos – 16 June 2015

  • Ramjattan concerned about Police links to extra-judicial killings
  • Ramotar shifts blame for running down sugar industry
  • Sugar workers seek credit union funds from GAWU
  • Guyanese footballer nabbed with cocaine in the US
  • Hope Canal begins flushing excess water from Conservancy
  • Guyanese pilot retires from LIAT
  • Charitable organization seeks to help poor
  • Sports

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Climate Disruption: Thought of the Week

Three Worlds One Vision

Video: Kids vs Global Warming
Source: Young Voices on Climate Change

Young Voices for the Planet is a film series featuring young people who are making a difference! They are shrinking the carbon footprint of their homes, schools and communities. You, too, can do something about global warming! As Alec Loorz says, “Kids Have Power.”
~ Lynne Cherry, Founder & Director of Young Voices for the Planet.

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St. Stanislaus College Alumni Toronto – Annual CaribJam Fete – July 31, 2015

Saints Caribjam 2015


St. Stanislaus College Alumni Toronto – Annual CaribJam Fete – July 31, 2015  at Pickering Recreation Complex

Download Flyer: Saints Caribjam 2015

Down Liberty Avenue! By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Down Liberty Avenue! By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

L iberty Avenue in Queens, New York, is the center of the universe for many immigrants. It is the Middle Earth where worlds converge and where opinions vary as to where the next trend or revolution might be. It is the Avenue where dreams are born, money is made and lost, parades take place and die in ignominy, where temples change hands and the elevator will eventually connect to the subway at Lefferts Boulevard and to Manhattan.

The sights and sounds on Liberty Avenue are a unique blend of curry and spices, roti and doubles and the music-men belching out bhajans, reggae, hip-hop and chutney songs while the Korean shopkeepers address their customers as ‘mamoos’ and know more about jhandis than the average Mandir-goer. Continue reading

PPPC must go to parliament and demonstrate national unity against Venezuela- IAC

PPPC must go to parliament and demonstrate national unity against Venezuela- IAC

Tuesday, 16 June 2015 23:48 -Written by 

In the face of intensified aggression by Venezuela to lay claim over the Essequibo Region, the Indian Arrival Committee (IAC) on Tuesday called on the main opposition People’s Progressive Party Civic (PPPC) in the National Assembly and send a unified message to Guyana’s western neighbour.

“The IAC recognizes that at this critical juncture in the history of Guyana, the PPP must take up its 32 seats in the National Assembly and present a united front with the coalition government against the brazenly immoral claims of belligerent Venezuela,” said the IAC which is closely aligned to the PPP.  Continue reading

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