Secretary of the Medical Board of Trinidad and Tobago Dr Seetharaman Hariharan said yesterday he did not know who was the doctor at the heart of the controversial surgery in which cocaine pellets were removed from a patient’s stomach and handed back to him.
Speaking to the Express via telephone, Hariharan said the board was aware of the public interest in the matter.
ACTING Police Commissioner Stephen Williams yesterday said he had no comments to make in response to Attorney General Anand Ramlogan’s call for a deeper probe into the matter of the controversial cocaine surgery.
HUNGER striker Dr Wayne Kublalsingh said remarks by Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar that she has washed her hands of the Highway ReRoute Movement (HRM) were “not very helpful or coordinated”.
Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions, Kathy-Ann Waterman-Latchoo, will soon be taking up a judgeship in St Vincent and the Grenadines.
THE Highway Re-Route Movement (HRM) will have to wait until at least next January to know whether it will be allowed to call environmental experts to testify in the constitutional motion that it has filed.
ACTIVIST Gary Aboud yesterday warned that Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar will bring upon herself “a curse that will haunt her descendants” unless she acts with compassion to save hunger striker Dr Wayne Kublalsingh.
A group that includes a number of former Congress of the People (COP) heavyweights has written to President Anthony Carmona, seeking his intervention to save the life of hunger striker Dr Wayne Kublalsingh.
THE last time Ricardo Ramsaroop saw his daughter was eight years ago when she was a baby.
A MARKET vendor who allegedly kidnapped a nine-year-old girl was denied bail yesterday.
Fazeed “Poodle” Azim Karim of Felicity, who claimed he was beaten while in police custody, was advised that he could apply to a judge for bail.
A HANDYMAN who allegedly stole a woman’s $40 tiger print underwear after he broke into her house has been ordered to have no contact with the woman he claimed once employed him.
MANY illegal immigrants entering this country have resorted to entering into “sham marriages and marriages of convenience” as a means of regularising their resident status here, National Security Minister Gary Griffith has said.
NO tax dollars were misused when Trinidad and Tobago’s four-time Olympic medallist Ato Boldon went to Australia in April 2010 on the invitation of Senator Nova Peris, an independent audit has shown.
The Uruguayan government announces the start of registration for licensed cannabis growers as part of its plan to legalise the drug.
British nationals in Trinidad and Tobago and other nations around the world are being urged by the United Kingdom’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office “to be vigilant at this time” due to a heightened global terrorism threat against them and “British interests.”
PUBLIC Services Association (PSA) president Watson Duke stated yesterday that amid fears over the deadly Ebola virus, a Liberian national passed through this country last week without any proper protocols being followed.
The mother of missing fisherman, Ian Dookie, has promised to never give up searching for her second-born child.
A Sangre Grande family is in mourning following the murder of a 31-year-old father of four on Thursday afternoon.
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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – The West Indies Cricket Board will have to cough up nearly US$42 million in order to stave off a lawsuit from the Indian Cricket Board (BCCI), stemming from the abandoned...
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It is time to have a new face to the Integrity Commission, outgoing chairman Ken Gordon said yesterday.