Dear Editor,I would like to express my sincere thanks and gratitude to the President for being the only President in our country’s history to clearly outline the requirements for someone to fill the vacant position of Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission. Bravo, Mr President!Now that you have done that, can you now let us know what is/are the requirement(s) for someone holding the position of a Minister of the Government? It would appear to me that most of the persons currently serving as Ministers may not be able to confirm with your standard. Some of them are total failures and an embarrassment to our Government and people.While you are at that, Mr. President, it would be helpful if you can also let us know what qualities a person must possess to respectively be President and Prime Minister of our country. My gut feeling is that the current holders are not qualified to hold those positions.I need your help, Mr President.Sincerely,Charles Sugrim
Dear Editor,We have seen total disrespect for the people of Guyana. President Granger and his advisers have shown total disregard for the Constitution and the very honourable courts. Such delaying tactics must cease, and the only way is by means of sanctions against Guyana, and in particular, financial sanctions – which would halt all banking transactions to and from Guyana.Such sanctions are to be withdrawn once there are free and fair elections according to the Constitution and the CCJ.With the Government presently engrossed with their survival, the investors and oil companies must be gleaming and rubbing their hands saying let it continue as long as possible so there is no interference with their operations. The Government forgot their responsibility to all Guyanese. They are the losers.Finally, I think President Granger should extricate himself from the shell where he is cocooned by his not so clever advisers, and show the nation that he is at least trying to be a statesman with respect for the people of Guyana, its Constitution and the law.Sincerely,Quin Anderson
Three persons, all of whom reside at Lot 13 Field Barnwell, Mocha, East Bank Demerara, were on Friday brought before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts, accused of stealing 4 doors from a building under construction at Providence, East Bank Demerara.Sween Evon, 27, Roy Nurse, 41 and Timacy Kameroon, 22, all pleaded not guilty to the joint charge of simple larceny.It was alleged that on October 3, 2016 at Providence, the trio stole two pine doors valued $45,000 and two Purpleheart doors valued $32,000, property of Yomattie Seetaram. Prosecution facts revealed that the two men and woman stole the doors off a building under construction. The doors were recovered at the defendants’ residence.The unrepresented defendants were granted bail altogether in the sum of $15,000. They are scheduled to make their next court appearance on October 25, 2016.
Satesh Hamid of Amelia’s Ward, Mackenzie, Linden, was on Wednesday fined ,000 for the offence of dangerous driving and 00 for driving under the influence of alcohol.He pleaded guilty to the charges which stated that on December 10 he drove along Amelia’s Ward Public Road in a manner dangerous to the public and while his breath alcohol level exceeded the prescribed limit.According to facts of the case, he was intercepted by ranks on the said date where a breathalyzer test was conducted.
20 20 20 The 2015/16 Premier League came to a close on Sunday afternoon.There is still one game to play, as Manchester United are still to take on Bournemouth following the abandonment of their clash at Old Trafford.However, that fixture cannot change too much in the table, as United would have to win 19-0 to claim a place in the top four.It has been an enjoyable season, which has seen Leicester complete their fairytale by winning the league, while all the traditional ‘big’ top flight teams have collapsed in various manners.But it is now over, and players and supporters can start preparing for a summer of football, with Euro 2016 just around the corner.So, to celebrate the end of another great Premier League season, talkSPORT collected some of the best pictures from the final day action.Click the right arrow, above, to scroll through the gallery… 20 20 20 John Terry completes a lap of honour around Stamford Bridge as his Chelsea future remains up in the air. Click the right arrow, above, to see the full gallery… Old Trafford was cleared amid a security threat prior to kickoff in Manchester United v Bournemouth. The game is set to be played this coming week Claudio Ranieri received a rousing reception at Stamford Bridge, after leading Leicester to the Premier League title. The Foxes drew 1-1 against the Blues after goals from Cesc Fabregas and Danny Drinkwater 20 20 Rafa Benitez applauds Newcastle’s fans following the incredible win. There is still no knowing whether the Spaniard will remain at St James’ Park for next season 20 An Arsenal fan discovers Spurs are losing 5-1, which brings the return of ‘St Totteringham’s Day’ 20 Tim Howard is given a guard of honour by his Everton teammates ahead of his 414th and final appearance Andre Ayew’s deflected free-kick means Manuel Pellegrini’s last game as Manchester City boss ends in a 1-1 draw with Swansea. Ronald Koeman celebrates with his players after Southampton beat Crystal Palace 4-1 to secure Europa League football. The Dutch boss is reportedly a target for Everton 20 20 Mame Biram Diouf celebrates with Stoke’s supporters after scoring a late goal to secure a 2-1 victory over high-flying West Ham Daryl Janmaat scored the final goal in Newcastle’s impossible-to-believe 5-1 win over Spurs. Georginio Wijnaldum, Aleksandar Mitrovic and Rolando Aarons scored the other goals 20 After the game, Arsene Wenger paraded around the Emirates. The Frenchman has come under criticism this season by a section of the Arsenal faithful 20 The game also spelled the end of Tomas Rosicky’s decade-long Arsenal career. The Czech midfielder leaves the Emirates with 246 games and 28 goals to his name. Mikel Arteta is also leaving the Gunners this summer However, the Chilean did secure Champions League qualification ahead of Pep Guardiola’s arrival, and he gave his suit jacket to a fan as a parting gift as he gets ready to depart the Etihad. 20 Quique Sanchez Flores applauds the Watford support in his last game in charge of the Hornets. The Spaniard is to depart Vicarage Road this summer, after leading the club to a 13th placed finish and an FA Cup semi-final 20 20 20 20 Jordon Ibe scored Liverpool’s final Premier League goal of the season, as the Reds prepare to take on Sevilla in the Europa League final on Wednesday Legendary musician, and famous Watford fan, Elton John was at Vicarage Road to watch the Hornets draw 2-2 with Sunderland in Flores’ last game 20 The Eagles’ dreadful 2016 form continues, and Alan Pardew will be hoping his team put in an improved performance in the FA Cup final next weekend The Gunners beat Aston Villa 4-0, securing second place in the Premier League table. Olivier Giroud hit a hat-trick against the hapless Villa defence Goalkeeper Darren Randolph attempts to draw the tie level, but the loss means the Hammers fell out of the Europa League qualification places. They are now relying on Manchester United to beat Crystal Palace in the FA Cup final to scrape a place in Europe’s secondary competition Mauricio Pochettino shows his distaste at Spurs’ performance, with the defeat meaning they finished behind Arsenal for the 21st consecutive season
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! It’s a sad commentary on California’s bureaucracy that the governor’s reformer for prisons is leaving after less than two years because he just couldn’t get support for cleaning up the shameful prison system. California’s Secretary of Corrections Roderick Q. Hickman apparently had enough wrangling with the entrenched bureaucracy and the corrections workers unions. “The special interests we’re up against are just too powerful to get much done in the current environment,” he said. Hickman was appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to clean up a system plagued by inhumane conditions and violence. In all, it’s an object lesson in the intractability of the bureaucracy that’s supposed to serve the public and really only serves itself.
Rescuers have located all seven of the initial group of overdue cavers. Two of the seven were escorted from the cave and treated for hypothermia and exposure. Indiana Conservation Officers, along with National Cave Rescue Commission (NCRC) trained personnel are actively coordinating a search and rescue of 7 overdue cavers in Binkley’s Cave near Corydon. The remaining five are currently being assisted from the cave by additional rescue personnel, and are still several hours from the cave entrance. A group of seven experienced cavers were conducting a survey of the cave and failed to exit the cave early Sunday morning as expected. The group was expected to exit after a 15 hour trip. High water levels in the cave have hampered search efforts in the area of the cave where the group was to be surveying. The remaining five overdue cavers were extricated at approximately 3:00 a.m., and were treated for hypothermia and exposure. Assisting agencies include Harrison County Emergency Management, Harrison County EMS, Harrison Township Fire Department, and American Red Cross. National Cave Rescue Commission (NCRC) trained personnel, National Speleological Society, (NSS), and other volunteer cavers and grotto members are participating in the recovery effort.
The juvenile was not wearing a helmet at the time of the crash. The juvenile was airlifted to the University of Cincinnati Hospital for injuries sustained. The extent of the juvenile’s injuries are not known at this time. Indiana Conservation Officers, Dearborn County Deputies and Manchester Fire and EMS arrived shortly after the crash occurred. The crash is currently under investigation. The juvenile lost control of the ORV and hit a tree, ejecting him approximately eight feet down and into a creek. Witnesses quickly pulled him from the creek and called 911. Indiana Conservation Officers are investigating an Off Road Vehicle (ORV) crash that seriously injured a fourteen year old juvenile.At approximately 2:30 p.m. today, a fourteen year old juvenile was operating a 2000 Honda Rancher ES 350 ORV on private property at the 22000 block of Shale Road in Sunman, Indiana. According to witnesses who were riding with the juvenile, they had been riding on the county roadway and entered the driveway of the private property.
Northern Iowa coach Mark Farley says a demanding early schedule has help the Panther offense mature.The 12th ranked Panthers hit on several big plays in a 42-27 win over South Dakota.Audio Playerhttp://kiwaradio.com/files/mfmizz1.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.The Panthers will be in search of their first road win this week with a visit to Missouri State.Audio Playerhttp://kiwaradio.com/files/mfmizz2.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.UNI’s three road losses have been at Iowa State, fifth ranked Weber State and top ranked North Dakota State.Audio Playerhttp://kiwaradio.com/files/mfmizz3.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Missouri State is 1-5 and the Bears are coming off a 22-0 loss at North Dakota State.Audio Playerhttp://kiwaradio.com/files/mfmizz4.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Farley says the Panther defense faces a challenge against a Missouri State offense that wants to spread the field.Audio Playerhttp://kiwaradio.com/files/mfmizz5.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Kick off is at 2 pm at Missouri State.
richard macmanus A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… The open identity system OpenID 2.0 was launched today at the Internet Identity Workshop in Mountain View, after what Marshall Kirkpatrick recently described as “a long, long time of political infighting over either semi-relevant minutea or deal-breaking technical details.” The new version improves security and usability — and will hopefully be the catalyst for more Internet companies to adopt it.According to the announcement, more than 8,000 Web sites currently accept OpenID and this figure is growing by five percent per week – although Marshall mentioned in his post that this figure is down from 7% in February. But support for OpenID is gradually growing; just last week Google Blogger unveiled support in the next version of Blogger. A number of Internet companies, such as digg, have promised to implement OpenID once 2.0 arrived.Marshall wrote an in-depth critique of OpenID 2.0 a week ago, which I encourage you to read to fully understand the significance of this announcement. OpenID is the way of the future for identity on the Web, so expect more adoption – and deeper support from existing adoptees such as AOL, Google and Microsoft – in 2008 and beyond. Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Related Posts Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Tags:#news#web 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market