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Guyana barred from participating in Miss Universe pageant

Guyana barred from participating in Miss Universe pageant -Hardat blames hate messages over last year’s contest, gives up franchise By Staff Writer 9 hours ago Jyoti Hardat Guyana will not be allowed to participate in this year’s Miss Universe pageant, according to the most recent franchise holder Jyoti Hardat, who says the country is being barred because of the “nasty emails” and “death threats” sent to the Miss Universe Organisation in the ensuing controversy over last year’s delegate.Read More...

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i want to meet people from this forum, i'll tell you why, i'm from venezuela, my native language is the spanish, but always i have consider myself autodidactic and i wish can speak english some day, i love the english, and to be sincered i knew so little about guyana so basically i'm taking advantage to learn english every day more investigating about guyana, because your native language is the english, i hope do not throw me out from this forum. if someone want to learn spanish, we can...Read More...
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In a Jones Cup match between Berbice and Demerara, Baichan and Romain settled in at the wicket, while No 3 batsman Munilal settled in with a few others behind a large bottle of XM Rum. Not long after lunch, Romain was lbw and Munilal suddenly realized he was seeing three of everything. His teammates told him not to worry, because all he had to do was hit the middle ball. Nodding in agreement, he went to the middle, tried to tickle his first ball down the leg side and was bowled off stump!Read More...
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DPI, Guyana, Monday, April 23, 2018 Source “The Opposition is making a mockery of our legal system and is trying to cast aspersions on the court proceedings in Guyana. I have never seen such an Opposition parading in such a manner before the forum of justice and trying to make our system less effective or less recognised among the world best practices for a judicial system.” This declaration was made by the Prime Minister and First Vice President, Moses Nagamootoo following the termination...Read More...
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Opposition left some “deep dark holes” – Min. Harmon on High Court ruling on TPL land battle DPI, GUYANA, Monday, April 23, 2018 Source Minister of State, Joseph Harmon has labelled as “unfair” the recent ruling of the High Court, which has ordered the government to pay over $1.7 Billion in damages to Toolsie Persaud Limited, noting that the previous PPP administration has left some “deep dark holes” for the current administration to fill. Last Thursday, High Court Judge Brassington Reynolds...Read More...

Questions this ex-president must answer before 2020

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April 24 2018 Source At a press conference last week, former president Bharrat Jagdeo exceeded his usual demagoguery, non-stop propagandistic rhetoric and accustomed barefaced art of deception. Jagdeo went far outside of the limits of decency to fool his supporters. But it was self-defeating. No one who has lived in this country under Jagdeo’s de jure presidency (1999-2011) and de facto presidency (2011-2015) would accept what came out of Jagdeo’s mouth last week. Mr. Jagdeo is getting...Read More...
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DPP nixes charges against ministers -PPP condemns decision April 24 2018 Source Shalimar Ali-Hack Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), Shalimar Ali-Hack yesterday discontinued the private criminal charges brought by PPP/C MPs against two government ministers since she said that the correct procedure, which included the filing of police reports, was not followed. The decision by Ali-Hack sparked a fierce attack on her from the PPP which charged that she had “buckled under pressure”. Last...Read More...
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PPP files criminal charges against Finance, Public Infrastructure, Public Service Minister for D’urban Park project Posted by: Denis Chabrol in Courts , Crime , News , Politics April 23, 2018 0 Comments Finance Minister, Winston Jordan. Three government ministers were Monday charged with misconduct in public office in connection with the alleged misuse of public funds and donations for the construction of D’urban/Jubilee Park in 2016, based on evidence sworn by People’s Progressive Party...Read More...
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BREAKING: DPP discontinues private criminal charges against Ministers Lawrence, Norton Posted by: Denis Chabrol in Courts , News April 23, 2018 0 Comments Minister of Public Health, Volda Lawrence Private criminal charges of misconduct in public office against Minister of Public Health, Volda Lawrence and former Minister of Public Health, George Norton have been discontinued by the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), Shalimar Hack. The DPP’s Chambers said the allegations should have been...Read More...
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Buxton residents owe GWI $116M

Djanjo and Company who you think paying for this !! From left to right: GWI East Coast Demerara Regional Manager – Mr. Richard Thomas, Managing Director – Dr. Richard Van West-Charles, Executive Director of Commercial Services & Customer Relations – Mr. Marlon Daniels and District Development Officer – Mr. Rickford Profitt [GWI photo] Residents of Buxton, East Coast Demerara owe a total of $116M to the Guyana Water Incorporated (GWI) of which $89M belongs to unmetered customers. This was...Read More...
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Huge dip in gold reserves points to Govt.’s “spend and borrow” mentality

Ram says at this rate, no amount of legislation would protect oil moneys Djanjo Bai how come you miss this article - By Kiana Wilburg Chartered Accountant, Christopher Ram is concerned at what he described as government’s “spend, spend, spend, borrow, borrow, borrow” mindset. He says that this is reflected in the management of the nation’s resources such as gold. The Chartered Accountant said he is left to worry about what this would mean for Guyana’s coming oil wealth. In this regard, the...Read More...
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