Author: Dool Hanomansingh

Dool Hanomansingh, BA Degree in History (UWI), is a school teacher, researcher and writer. His publications include Doon Pandit-His Life and Times; Pandits and Politics-a Study of the Divine Life Society and Profiles of Nation Builders. Dool Hanomansingh served with the Hindu Jawaan Sangh and the Hindu Seva Sangh. He is currently the editor o f ICDN.TODAY.
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Orange Valley Mandir: A Shining Star in the Hindu Galaxy

Orange Valley Mandir: A Shining Star in the Hindu Galaxy

The Orange Valley Vishnu Mandir is a mandir with a difference. Apart from its regular...

Columns
Reparation-More Harm than Good

Reparation-More Harm than Good

Caricom appears to be more eager to address the historical wrongs of yesteryears...

Features
Wealth and Sustainable Development-a Hindu Perspective

Wealth and Sustainable Development-a Hindu Perspective

Hinduism is not a body of dogmas but a way of life that is very much involved in...

Features
Raksha Bandhan-Strengthening Community Bonds

Raksha Bandhan-Strengthening Community Bonds

Raksha Bandhan celebrates the strong protecting the weak. The killing of Videsh...

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Searching for the next Chandragupta

Searching for the next Chandragupta

Mahatma Gandhi did not only smile, pray and clean drains but also launched a nationwide...

Columns
Race Talk is for Africans, not Indians

Race Talk is for Africans, not Indians

Race talk in Trinidad and Tobago is for Africans, not Indians. Barry Padarath, Member...

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Debe Flood Victims Abandoned by Government

Debe Flood Victims Abandoned by Government

Are the people of Debe citizens of Trinidad and Tobago? If they are, then, how does...

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The Mother Teresa’s Enterprise

The Mother Teresa’s Enterprise

It is an insult to Indo- Trinidadians to project Mother Teresa in school text books...

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Courtiers, Parasites and Pilloukis

Courtiers, Parasites and Pilloukis

As we mark the anniversary of the labour uprising of 1937 (June 19) tribute must...

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Social change cannot be legislated, Father Hariss

Social change cannot be legislated, Father Hariss

Archbishop of Port of Spain, Father Joseph Harris conveyed his happiness that the...

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Ramayan with a Difference

Ramayan with a Difference

A Five-Night Ramayan Yagya (26-30 May, 2017), at Bamboo Grove No1 Mandir, Valsayn...

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Party First; Constitution Out!

Party First; Constitution Out!

T&T is in crisis.  Personal benefits and gains are placed above constitution and...

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“We protect our own”

“We protect our own”

The PNM has always boasted that it protects its own. This may be commendable but...

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Afghanistan is far from order

Afghanistan is far from order

My heart goes out to the 400 wounded and the more than 90 dead in the recent suicide...

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Rowley’s anti-Caroni Moves

Rowley’s anti-Caroni Moves

Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley expressed bewilderment and shock that Caroni Green...

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 The Making of a Holiday-Indian Arrival Day

The Making of a Holiday-Indian Arrival Day

As we celebrate Indian Arrival Day in Trinidad, we must salute the strength and...

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