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THE EDITOR: As the days count down, Dr Wayne Kublalsingh has allegedly beaten the odds. We are currently well over 40 days of his hunger-strike, though admittedly he accepts that he may not be able to go on much longer. It is indeed commendable that this individual has shown great courage having been able to withstand the physical, mental and emoti(...)

THE EDITOR: I read a letter from M Jones concerning scratch bombs etc and the fact that nothing is done about this illegal behaviour.

THE EDITOR: Any wise gunman or illegal gun owners know, there are many days in the year when they can wait to test and fire their weapons to make sure it’s working right. Those days are August 31, Divali, Eid, Emancipation Day, Baptist Day, Christmas time, Old Year/New Year night, and all other numerous holidays in sweet TT.

THE EDITOR: Madame Prime Minister, this has gone on for way too long. My university colleagues in the UK are saying that the Prime Minister is heartless and cowardly because she refuses to engage in mediation with the HRM to bring a resolution to this impasse.

THE EDITOR: Being a new nation of 1.3 million people and having shook off our colonial past in 1979, the question is, are we as a nation heading for first world status or are we stagnant in thoughts and action?

THE EDITOR: Benevolent, charismatic, commanding, composed, comprehensive and magnanimous are just a few words to describe a good leader.

THE EDITOR: Change is inevitable and as a result, involuntarily nothing remains the same. Strange enough, change can be a source of fear and unhappiness. It has always been a mystery as to why people resist it so deeply and struggle against it so desperately.

THE EDITOR: On a daily basis between 7-8 am at the Munroe Road exit going south into the Charlieville Main Road from the highway, there is traffic chaos and gridlock.

THE EDITOR: “No secret list” is the heading of an article on the 2014 scholarships which was published by Newsday on October 22, 2014. The explanation that was given by the Chief Education Officer, Harrilal Seecharan on the delay for finalising the scholarship list seems reasonable.

THE EDITOR: I write with particular reference to a headline “Carry your sick children to doctor not pastor” as published in your letters to the editor’s page.

THE EDITOR: Prior to 1884, the African community celebrated Camboulay with processions in the streets. The East Indians also held Hosay processions commemorating the deaths of Hassan and Hosein, the grandsons of the Holy Prophet Muhammad.



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