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Daily Archives: July 28, 2014

Bodies of two of five missing fishermen surface

The bodies of two fishermen, who were victims of an alleged piracy attack earlier this month, have so far been found at different locations of the Corentyne foreshore. They are those of 22-year old Naresh Persaud of Number 72 Village, Corentyne and 36-year old Omesh Derhup of Skeldon, Corentyne. Persaud’s body was found on the Alness foreshore and that of ...

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Woman died of stab wounds- autopsy

The woman, whose decomposed remains were found last week in a clump of bushes, died of stab wounds, according to an autopsy conducted Monday. The autopsy was conducted by Government Pathologist, Dr. Nehaul Singh. “He gave the cause of death as due to incised wounds to the abdomen,” said police spokesman, Ivelaw Whittaker said in a statement. The unidentified body ...

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Region 10 PNCR extends fence-mending olive branch

The Region 10 branch of the People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR) on Monday pledged to mend fences after the most chaotic Congress ended with question marks about the integrity of the internal electoral process. “Congress is over, and we are now faced with the task of moving forward, of mending our rifts, of correcting our weaknesses and building on our ...

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Police probing gunshot at PNCR’s headquarters

Police on Monday began initial investigations into a shooting incident at the headquarters of the People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR) one day earlier. Head of the Criminal Investigations Department, Senior Superintendent Leslie James said police have been initial investigations. No one has been arrested and the identity of the man has not yet been established.  Leader of the PNCR, David ...

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Investigators studying AFC’s complaint against Finance Minister

Police have been studying a complaint lodged by the Alliance For Change (AFC) against Finance Minister, Dr. Ashni Singh for spending monies from the Consolidated Fund on programmes and projects that have been already voted down by the opposition-controlled House during the budget process. Police Commissioner, Seelall Persaud said investigators were also due to seek advice from the Director of ...

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No rigging, no padding at PNCR elections- Granger

Leader of the People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR), David Granger Sunday evening denied that the elections machinery facilitated rigging and padding of the delegates list to sweep him back at the helm of the party.  “These things are not true” he told a news conference at the end of the three-day 18th biennial congress that was marred by allegations by ...

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