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Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Rana and Russell hand Daredevils a drubbing

Kolkata Knight Riders 200 for 9 (Rana 59, Russell 41, Tewatia 3-18) beat Delhi Daredevils 129 (Maxwell 47, Pant 43, Narine 3-18, Kuldeep 3-32)...

Table Tennis Association sets fitness test for February 8

- The Guyana Table Tennis Association (GTTA) will host a fitness test for players on February 08 at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall. Technical...

CPL 2018: Guptill ready for fresh challenge with Tridents

Martin Guptill is getting ready for the upcoming Hero Caribbean Premier League where he will be playing for his new team, the Barbados Tridents....

Shoaib Malik to captain Guyana Amazon Warriors

Veteran all-rounder Shoaib Malik will lead local franchise; Guyana Amazon Warriors in their 2018 Hero Caribbean Premier League campaign which bowls off from August...

Russell signs on for Nottinghamshire

NOTTINGHAM, England, CMC - West Indies globe-trotting T20 superstar Andre Russell will play four matches for Nottinghamshire in England’s T20 blast currently underway. Officials of...

Martin Guptill eases Mumbai Indians’ top order woes

Playing in his second IPL game of the season, Martin Guptill played a vital knock for Mumbai Indians on Sunday. Consigned to the sidelines, Guptill...

Limacol Football teams rewarded handsomely

The top teams and the various standout performers of the recently concluded second Petra Organised Limacol Round-robin Knock-out Football Tournament were presented with their...

NaMilCo supports Boyce/Jefford Classic

- The National Milling Company (NaMilCo) has partnered with the organizers of the Boyce/Jefford Track and Field Classic for the first time to...

Australia cricket team warned about Zika virus risks ahead of Caribbean tour in June

Mosquito-borne virus has been detected in Guyana, which is due to stage two games in tournament featuring host nation, Aussies and South Africa  REUTERS:...

CPL 2017: Gayle, Lewis lead Patriots into playoffs

By Peter Della Penna St Kitts & Nevis Patriots 208 for 3 (Gayle 71*, Lewis 69) beat Jamaica Tallawahs 171 for 7 (Griffiths 42, Shamsi...

Recent Articles

Political attacks take new twist

…impugn integrity of Times Media Group The concept of “fake news” has been advanced to another level in Guyana whereby phoney websites and social media...

Massive reduction of polling places by GECOM

…sure, to induce chaos, voter suppression – PPP/C Chief Scrutineer The People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C), in working out the logistics of ensuring that voters are...

Alleged notorious AK-47 gang busted during road block  

Member of the Major Crime Unit of the Guyana Police Force have arrested four members of an alleged notorious AK-47 gang. The men were intercepted...

“Don’t be seduced by ‘new’ promises from coalition” – Jagdeo

Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo on Sunday urged Guyanese not to be seduced once again by the fallacious promises made by the incumbent APNU/AFC coalition. He...

Cop flung from ATV after avoiding pothole

…suffers head injuries en route to crime scene A police constable is now battling for his life in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at the...

Motorcyclist dies after losing control of bike 

One day after 37-year-old Veyjai Idrogo of Lot 4 Parika, East Bank Essequibo, was involved in a motor vehicle accident on the De Kenderen...

Teen killed in hit and run

A teenager was killed on Friday last following a hit and run accident along the Farm Public Road, East Bank Essequibo, Region Three (Essequibo...

5 suspected bandits arrested with gun, ammo

Five suspected bandits were arrested after they were caught with an illegal firearm and several matching rounds of ammunition in their possession. The discovery and...

Fire destroys Regent Street businesses

Sachi building on Regent Street was completely destroyed this morning, after a fire broke out, damaging all merchandises stored inside. Based on information received, the...

PPP/C to implement anti-crime fighting strategy

People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) Prime Ministerial Candidate, Retired Brigadier Mark Phillips on Sunday said that safer communities were needed for Guyana to attract foreign...