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THE EDITOR: Minister Vasant Bharath’s high praises and positive reinforcement of the second hunger striker, Ravi Maharaj, as opposed to the first hunger striker, Dr Wayne Kublalsingh, only leave me with greater suspicion as to why the 29-year-old man started the process.

THE EDITOR: If we want to foretell the future history of Trinidad and Tobago and the Caribbean, the correct place would be in the stars, the universe. Since we are told that the universe is expanding from a fixed very dense point. And that at some time it might contract again to the very fixed point. That is, time would move, as it were backwards. (...)

THE EDITOR: I have been very frustrated by the fact that Dr Kublalsingh can take it upon himself to fast against the Debe to Mon Desir section of the Point Fortin Highway without doing proper consultation from the public, especially those in the area.

THE EDITOR: I always felt that the T20 type of ‘non cricket’ would eventually be the end of the beautiful game as we know it. The entertainment value of the T20 format is exactly what it is “entertainment” and is good for those who need instant gratification. It provides the ideal stage for players who, among others of quality, of sheer mediocrity(...)

THE EDITOR: We are cricket fans, because of the players, and not the administrators.

THE EDITOR: Cricket, like any other sport, needs spectator support to survive and to pay the players. Over the last few years, the measly crowds that have turned up to see ODI and Test matches in the West Indies have indicated that there is a loss of interest in the game in the region.

THE EDITOR: The result of the withdrawal of the West Indies team from India is most likely going to mean that no test playing country will be keen to play the West Indies again.

THE EDITOR: I always felt that the T20 type of ‘non cricket’ would eventually be the end of the beautiful game as we know it. The entertainment value of the T20 format is exactly what it is “entertainment” and is good for those who need instant gratification. It provides the ideal stage for players who, among others of quality, of sheer mediocrity(...)

THE EDITOR: In a delightful counterpoint to the near hysterical rant from our un-elected Minister of National Security on October 16, announcing the presence of some 110,000 illegal immigrants in Trinidad and Tobago, the media blandly report that a Jamaican national has been crowned Miss Divali Nagar. Yes, a Jamaican national is crowned Miss Divali(...)



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