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Sunday, October 20, 2019

Newly-wed Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas have Hindu ceremony

Bollywood star Priyanka Chopra and US singer Nick Jonas are marrying in a Hindu ceremony, a day after exchanging vows according to Christian tradition. The...

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas marry in India

BBC- Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra have married in a Christian ceremony at a royal palace in India. The Bollywood superstar and the Texan singer,...

UNESCO adds reggae to global cultural heritage list

PORT LOUIS, Mauritius (AFP) — Reggae music, whose chill, lilting grooves won international fame thanks to artists like Bob Marley, on Thursday secured a...

IAC launches annual Christmas Toy Drive

The Indian Action Committee (IAC) wishes to advise the general public, that the organization has launched its annual Christmas Toy Drive for the less...

Stan Lee: Marvel Comics co-creator dies aged 95

BBC- American writer and Marvel Comics co-creator Stan Lee has died at the age of 95. Lee and Jack Kirby founded the company in 1961,...

Sterling Products Limited takes Ice-cream magic to Enmore

-adds new Igloo Parlour A new Igloo Ice Cream outlet at the Enmore mall, East Coast Demerara is using the magic of sweet treats...

Diwali ushered in with the lighting of National Diya by HSS

The Festival of Lights, Diwali, was on Sunday night kick-started at Rahaman’s Park, Greater Georgetown with the annual lighting of the National Diya. The lighting...

HSS hosting National Diya light up on Sunday

The Festival of Lights celebrations is expected to kick-start with the annual “National Diya Light-up” which is being held on Sunday at Rahaman’s Park,...

Trinidad Calypso icon, The Might Shadow dead at 77

(Trinidad Guardian) Pim, pom, pi, di, pom, pom…The ‘Bass Man’ is gone! Win­ston “The Mighty Shad­ow” Bai­ley passed away yes­ter­day at 3.50 am at the Er­ic...

Recent Articles

Man allegedly sets house on fire

A dwelling house at Tumanturi Village, Potaro River, Region Eight  (Potaro-Siparuni)  was completely razed by fire between Friday evening and Saturday morning leaving the...

Several arrested in Diamond, Grove, Craig Police operation

Several persons were arrested on the East Bank of Demerara (EBD) on Saturday morning during a four-hour Police operation. Region Four (Demerara-Mahaica) EBD Sub-Division Commander,...

Govt distances self from NAREI citrus fruits importation ban

…Agri Minister suggests higher tariffs One day after the National Agriculture Research and Extension Institute (NAREI) Chief Executive Officer announced that it is completely restricting...

Major AFC financier cites Guyana’s economic woes as split from party

A major Alliance For Change (AFC) financier, who has backed the party for years, has parted ways with the party to found a party...

Toothless oil spill plan mandates operators to clean up spills

…but Govt to cover cleanup costs if operators duck responsibilities The draft National Oil Spill Contingency Plan shows that while operators are obligated to clean...

Stop selling plantain chips & get into manufacturing – Granger tells Berbicians

In what is considered a complete backpedaling of a his previous advice to young Guyanese, President David Granger has called on Berbicians to stop...

President back in Cuba for medical check-up  

President David Granger left Guyana this morning (Saturday, October 19, 2019) for the Republic of Cuba to undergo another medical check-up. He is accompanied by...

Ban imposed on importation of citrus fruits

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the National Agriculture Research and Extension Institute (NAREI), Dr Oudho Homenauth has announced that while there is no ban...

Nephew who beheaded uncle found guilty

Twenty-nine-year-old Dwayne Tappin was earlier today found guilty by a 12-member jury for murdering his uncle back in 2017 at Better Hope, East Coast...

PNC/R Executive deflects blame for constitutional reform failure

Executive Member of the People’s National Congress Reform – the leading party in the APNU alliance, Gary Best, has sought to deflect blame for...