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Essequibo coast farmer allegedly shoots another another…”me miss the ackurie”

A Queenstown, Essequibo Coast farmer is in police custody as investigators probe the shooting of another farmer in the Quwenstown backlands early Saturday morning, Guyana Police Force sources said. Sustaining pellet wounds to his middle lower back and left buttock is 54-year old Lynden Smith of 57 Queenstown. He was treated at the Suddie Hospital. Peters said he did not ...

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OPINION: Another racial call, another opportunity to really try

By GHK Lall I would usually welcome and embrace any call by anyone from anyplace at anytime to remove prejudice from the midst of thinking, visions, and practices.  There was one such call uttered here recently by an influential figure.  I confess readily to instant skepticism; such is the creep of cynicism, the chronic crises of confidence that bedevil this ...

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“E-Networks is carving for itself a place on the national spectrum” – PM Nagamootoo

Congratulating the E-Networks company as a leader in innovative cable television services, Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo said it pioneered the transformation of quality services via cable and high definition fibre optics. On the evening of October 5, the telecommunications company celebrated its 15th anniversary with a gala cocktail at the Marriott Hotel, Kingston Georgetown. The Prime Minister was quoted by ...

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Police awaiting legal advice in alleged assault involving High Court judge, CN Sharma’s wife

The Guyana Police Force is seeking legal advice concerning an alleged assault involving High Court Judge, Navindra Singh and Savitri Singh the wife of Chandra Narine Sharma, police said Saturday. Told that the police have sent the file for legal advice, Savitri Singh briefly said she would then expect both parties to be charged based on what transpired. Divisional Commander, ...

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Suspected Venezuelan pirates attack Guyanese fishermen

A Guyanese captain and crew were earlier this week ordered to jump overboard  and robbed of their fishing boat and items by pirates suspected to be Venezuelans. Guyana Police Force sources said the incident occurred on Thursday, October 6, 2018 at about 3 PM in the vicinity of Crabdog, Waini River, on the Guyana side of the border with Venezuela. ...

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Guyanese cash jet pilot convicted for cocaine smuggling

Reproduced from Patch.com The Guyanese pilot, Khamraj Lall was convicted of smuggling hundreds of kilos of cocaine in his private plane to South America and laundering money for years. Khamraj Lall, 51, of Ringwood, smuggled hundreds of kilograms of cocaine from Guyana to New Jersey and New York to on his privately-owned jet and then laundered the proceeds, U.S. Attorney ...

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GECOM Chairman not ruling out resigning; maintains “quality trumps race” in hiring workers

Seemingly frustrated with racially motivated political bickering at the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM), the Chairman of the country’s elections management authority, Retired Justice James Patterson on Friday did not rule out resigning from the post if those state of affairs continue. “It is even more sad to see that the default position of our politicians seems to be to play ...

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Gun-toting bandits invade pensioners’ home, cart off cash, TV; son alleges tardy 911 response

Five bandits, two of whom were armed with handguns, early Friday morning invaded the home of an elderly couple and stole GY$70,000 cash and a 32″ flat screen TV valued $70,000, police said. Their son, media personality, Neaz Subhan said his parents, 73-year old Mohamed Osman Subhan and 84-year old Khairool Subhan were not injured because his father begged the bandits ...

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