Author: Dr Tara Singh

THE WRITER was a lecturer at the University of Guyana and was a Senior Commonwealth Scholar as well as a Fulbright Scholar. He heads an NGO that does humanitarian work in the Caribbean.
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SOCU File Charges against  MP Irfaan Ali: Alleges he Undervalued Pradoville2 Lands by $(G)250 million: Really!

SOCU File Charges against MP Irfaan Ali: Alleges he Undervalued...

The 19 charges filed against former PPP Minister of Housing and Tourism didn’t come...

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Thinking of the Caribbean Court of Justice:  Why after 13 Years, only 4 Caricom States are Members?

Thinking of the Caribbean Court of Justice: Why after 13...

The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) has once again come under the political microscope....

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The Narco-State Polemics:  Was Guyana a Narco-State under the PPP?

The Narco-State Polemics: Was Guyana a Narco-State under...

Symbolic interactionists tell us that if we put a label onto a person or an organization without first thinking...

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Dismissal of UTT Staff: Did the University Explore Other Options?

Dismissal of UTT Staff: Did the University Explore Other...

If you are a top corporate executive or a top government or state agency administrator...

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Black Empowerment: A Neglected Aspect of Governance

Black Empowerment: A Neglected Aspect of Governance

Well known political analyst and Working People's Alliance (WPA) executive member,...

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The 180th Anniversary of East Indians’ Presence in Guyana: Was not a Time for Celebration but Rather for Reflection

The 180th Anniversary of East Indians’ Presence in Guyana:...

It was sugar that brought our fore-parents to Guyana to build a better life, and...

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173rd Anniversary of Indians’ Arrival in Jamaica: Commemoration Conducted with Dignity and Cultural Pride

173rd Anniversary of Indians’ Arrival in Jamaica: Commemoration...

We have inherited many cultural values from our fore-parents who brought these with...

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Fighting to Prevent Executive Excesses: Is not a Mockery of the Judicial System!

Fighting to Prevent Executive Excesses: Is not a Mockery...

Guyana’s Prime Minister, Moses Nagamootoo, describes the PPP’s filing of private...

Features
The Bedrock of Thought, Culture & Civilization - The Rig Veda Exalted to its Rightful Position

The Bedrock of Thought, Culture & Civilization - The Rig...

The 4 Vedas have been the “the bedrock of thought, culture and civilization; not...

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Closure of Sugar Estates Does not Mean Closure of Workers’ Lives: Re-Casting Sugar Industry Debate  to Center Stage

Closure of Sugar Estates Does not Mean Closure of Workers’...

When any government cannot give a simple answer to a simple question, it's time...

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Blinded by their Pre-Occupation with Revenues: The PNC-Led Coalition is Stumbling on Economic and Human Development

Blinded by their Pre-Occupation with Revenues: The PNC-Led...

I had advanced the thesis about two years ago that the PNC led government has an...

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Fascinating Movie,  ‘Black Panther’ : Indo-Caribbean Leaders Hope it will Improve Ethnic Relations!

Fascinating Movie, ‘Black Panther’ : Indo-Caribbean Leaders...

Two prominent Indo-Caribbean scholars and community analysts, Dr Kumar Mahabir of...

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Can a Guyana President Run for a Third Term in that Office? Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) to Rule Shortly on This!

Can a Guyana President Run for a Third Term in that Office?...

In a few weeks' time, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) will rule on whether...

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Constitutional Reform is Languishing: PNC-Led Coalition’s Lofty Rhetoric does not Match Action

Constitutional Reform is Languishing: PNC-Led Coalition’s...

A recurring mantra of the PNC-led coalition while they occupied the opposition seats...

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The PNC-led Coalition's Style of Governance: Utilizing their 3-D Tools to Maximum Advantage!

The PNC-led Coalition's Style of Governance: Utilizing...

A good friend says that the style of governance by the PNC-led coalition is remarkable...

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Descendants of Indian Immigrants: A Case for Reparatory Justice!

Descendants of Indian Immigrants: A Case for Reparatory...

On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the abolition of recruitment in the...

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