Daily Archives: March 6, 2018

St Joseph’s Alumni Association – 7th Triennial International Reunion – Guyana – July 8-14. 2018

St Joseph’s Alumni Association 

This is an exciting year as we celebrate our 7th Triennial International Reunion in Guyana on July 8th-14th, 2018. The team in Guyana has worked hard to develop a fun filled week of events. Attached you will see a glimpse of each day’s events. 
 
In order to get a sense for those interested in attending the reunion and also to look at group rates for flights, hotels and tours, we have developed a survey which will take 2 mins to complete. The link is provided here:        

ICC considers radical plan to curb power of Twenty20 and save Test cricket

ICC considers radical plan to curb power of Twenty20 and save Test cricket

March 5, 2018. – By Ali Martin – The Guardian UK

 New suggestions aim to regulate rapid spread of T20
 West Indies, England and Australia all support push for change

The International Cricket Council is set to consider a series of radical proposals designed to stem the talent drain caused by domestic Twenty20 and protect the sport from being cannibalised at all levels.    Continue reading

CHAAG – Central High Alumni third International Reunion – Toronto – August 3-4, 2018

Central High Alumni third International Reunion 

The long-awaited date for the Central High Alumni third International Reunion has been set for August 3-4, 2018 at the Rembrandt Banquet Hall in Toronto.

Details regarding Registration and accommodations are in the attached form (see below) or can be found on the Central High Alumni website http://www.chaagtoronto.com/
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Why does Australia FEAR China? – VisualPolitik EN

Why does Australia FEAR China? – VisualPolitik EN

VisualPolitik EN – Published on Feb 5, 2018

It has been 45 years since China and Australia established diplomatic relations. Throughout this time, both countries have established one of the most fruitful, controversial and interesting relationships in the entire planet.    Continue reading

Demerara Distillers Limited will help restart Enmore sugar estate – for molasses

Govt confirms Demerara Distillers Limited will help restart Enmore sugar estate for molasses; hundreds rehired

Demerara Waves – March 5, 2018

The Guyana government appears to have finalised a deal with the privately-owned Demerara Distillers Limited (DDL) for the restart of the Enmore sugar estate to produce molasses for that company.

The Head of the Special Purpose Unit (SPU) of the National Industrial and Commercial Investments Limited (NICIL), Colvin Heath-London said almost 200 workers have been employed at Enmore aimed at starting operations on March 14, 2018.       Continue reading

PG Rama Rao- The Dot on the Line: Book Review – By Leonard Dabydeen

“Whole life is a search for beauty. But, when the beauty is found inside, the search ends and a beautiful journey begins.”
Harshit Walia : https://www.goodreads.com/author/quotes/7142044.Harshit_Walia

This book, The Dot and the Line is an intensely euphoric and aesthetic collection of 57 poems in a paquet of 58 pages by Dr. P.G. Rama Rao. It is his sixth poetry anthology, since underscoring his retirement from the P.G. Department of English, Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, India in 1995.

He treasures a scintillating career as a teacher of English and American Literature. And this book implodes a rich, feisty outlook of his unequivocal creative impulse. It  is as if Rama Rao found that maxim of beauty deeply within himself, only to carry on by leaps and bounds in a philosophic enthrall under a banyan tree, while playing poetic innings as an octogenarian.

READ MORE: PG Rama Rao- The Dot on the Line. Book Review – By Leonard Dabydeen

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