Tag: Dr. Kumar Mahabir

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With whom should UNC join? (Part 2 of 3)

With whom should UNC join? (Part 2 of 3)

There is much discussion on whether the Opposition United National Congress (UNC)...

Opinions
With whom should UNC join? (Part 1 of 3)

With whom should UNC join? (Part 1 of 3)

There is much discussion on whether the Opposition United National Congress (UNC)...

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Trinidadians blamed for Guyanese political crisis

Trinidadians blamed for Guyanese political crisis

The People’s National Congress (PNC)-led coalition government in Guyana has refused...

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Prime Minister Rowley can’t count Indians

Prime Minister Rowley can’t count Indians

A few days ago, Prime Minster Dr Keith Rowley lashed out at mainly Indo-Trinidadian...

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Naipaul’s multi-racial school friends in Trinidad

Naipaul’s multi-racial school friends in Trinidad

V.S. Naipaul wrote: “I never ceased to feel a stranger. I saw people of other groups...

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Racial imbalance in the police service:  Defending attorney Israel Khan

Racial imbalance in the police service: Defending attorney...

I wish to take issue with the editorial in the Trinidad and Tobago Express dated...

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That offensive curry advertisement

That offensive curry advertisement

The Omega 3-6-9 Complex advertisement on the nation’s highways - and now on TV -...

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Due process not followed in UTT firings  [Part 2 of 4]

Due process not followed in UTT firings [Part 2 of 4]

Due process was not followed by the University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) in dismissing...

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 Due process not followed in university firings

Due process not followed in university firings

Due process was not followed by the University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) in dismissing...

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The Hare Krishna Sect in Trinidad

The Hare Krishna Sect in Trinidad

The Hare Krishna Movement is the popular name for the International Society for...

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Link emancipation to indentureship and reparations

Link emancipation to indentureship and reparations

Every year since 1985, the emancipation of enslaved Africans is celebrated in Trinidad...

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