Daily Archives: December 4, 2017

Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – December 03-04. 2017

News –04 December 2017  

Security cameras, body scanners for Magistrate, High Courts in 2018

Finance Minister says…Existing template for Production Sharing Agreements must be revised

Barefoot bandits recorded on camera robbing Eccles business

Teacher accused of sexual misconduct arrested

Govt. explores framework for transfer of skills in oil sector

Guyanese man dies after driver rams into crowd on New York sidewalk

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“People Help the People” by Birdy

From the Rosaliene Bacchus blog…

Three Worlds One Vision

Feeding the poor and homeless on Thanksgiving Day - Downtown Los Angeles - California - USA

In keeping with my end-of-year tradition, I feature a song on my Poetry Corner December 2017. I struggled for a week to find a suitable song for surviving the relentless Twitter storm and assault on our lives. My older son came to the rescue with the suggestion of the song, “People Help the People” by Birdy, a young British musician, singer, and songwriter.

Written by Simon Aldred – a guitarist and singer-songwriter who started the British folk-rock band Cherry Ghost in 2005 – the song was first released in their debut album in July 2007. It won Aldred the prestigious Ivor Novello Award in musical achievement for Best Contemporary Song.

Birdy’s rendition of the song, released as a single in October 2011, reached the top charts in the UK and across Europe. Though only fourteen years old at the time, Birdy brings a soulfulness to Aldred’s lyrics that touches the…

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What Race are People from the Hispanic Caribbean (Genetics of Puerto Rico, Cuba, Dominican Republic)

What Race are People from the Hispanic Caribbean (Genetics of Puerto Rico, Cuba, Dominican Republic)

Masaman – Published on Nov 6, 2017
What race are people from the Hispanic Caribbean nations? Today, we’re going to discuss the history of America’s Southern neighbors and the genetics and ancestry of some of the world’s most unique regions.

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Guyana: The youths should think ‘outside the box’ – By Stanley Ming

The youths should think ‘outside the box’ – By Stanley Ming

Stanley Ming

Businessman, Stanley Ming, at a recent graduation ceremony, stressed the importance of youths in Guyana “thinking outside the box” so as to become entrepreneurs.

Thinking outside the box, according to Stanley Ming, Ming, the Chief Executive Officer of Mings Products and Services Limited, is actually about finding the ‘unobvious’ solutions to a problem. This, he said, will help to save money and time.
Ming spoke of his personal experience in his business and how thinking of his own solutions helped him to save time and money.     Continue reading

Chanakya Kautilya: A Statesman for all Seasons? – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Chanakya Kautilya: A Statesman for all Seasons?

Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

President Donald Trump says that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is his friend. Kautilya was probably standing in a corner with his cunning smile, the honeybee in the sunflower!

Kautilya might have said to Prime Minister Modi as he left for the White House, ‘Once you start working on something, don’t be afraid of failure and don’t abandon it. People who work sincerely are the happiest.’    Continue reading

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