Daily Archives: November 20, 2015

GUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 18 November 2015

Capitol TV logoGUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 18 November 2015

  • No real VAT relief yet for consumers
  • UG students seeking facilities fees refund
  • New vendors face city fees
  • President Granger signs book of condolence for French terror victims
  • Criminals told beware
  • Teachers Union anxious to have agreement honoured
  • Sports

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Wikileaks cable… U.S. said: Roger Khan could bring down PPP

Roger Khan

Roger Khan

Wikileaks cable…  U.S. said: Roger Khan could bring down PPP

CONVICTED narco-trafficker Shaheed Roger Khan can potentially cause great embarrassment to, or even bring down, the People’s Progressive Party, whether in or out of office, by revealing his links with them and the skeletons in their closet.

This is according to a leaked cable from the United States Embassy here, dated June 29, 2006, some 14 or so days after Khan was captured in neighbouring Suriname while fleeing local lawmen.  The U.S. Embassy was quoted in the June 29, 2006 cable as saying that Khan not only enjoyed political protection from high-ranking PPP government officials, but that at a minimum, former Home Affairs Minister Ronald Gajraj and long-time Head of the Presidential Secretariat Dr Roger Luncheon collaborated with him. Continue reading

Guyana claims Caribbean Motor Racing Championship hat-trick at CMRC 2015

Guyana claims Caribbean Motor Racing Championship hat-trick
Published on November 19, 2015  – Caribbean News Now
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Racing at the South Dakota circuit in Guyana. File photo

GEORGETOWN, Guyana — Following a strong showing across all classes in the final round of the 2015 Seaboard Marine Caribbean Motor Racing Championship (CMRC) at South Dakota on Sunday (November 15), Team Guyana has won the Country Championship for a third straight year. The home team’s impressive tally of 423 points rocketed them from third place to first, beating Trinidad and Tobago to the coveted title by just eight points.   Continue reading

A Beautiful Philosophy – we could all commit this to memory!

we could all commit this to memory! 


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